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2007 Washburn Football Schedule

Date Opponent Place Time Aug. 25 Chadron State Yager Stadium noon Sept. 1 at Colorado Mines Golden, Colo. 1 p.m. Sept. 8 Open Date Sept. 15 Fort Hays State - Family Day Yager Stadium 1 p.m. Sept. 22 Central Missouri Yager Stadium 1 p.m. Sept. 29 at Missouri Western St. Joseph, Mo. 2 p.m. Oct. 6 Missouri Southern Yager Stadium 1 p.m. Oct. 13 at Emporia State Emporia, Kan. 1 p.m. Oct. 20 Truman - Homecoming Yager Stadium 1 p.m. Oct. 27 at Northwest Missouri Maryville, Mo. 1:30 p.m. Nov. 3 Pittsburg State - Senior Day Yager Stadium 1 p.m. Nov. 10 at Southwest Baptist Bolivar, Mo. 1:30 p.m. Nov. 17 First Round NCAA Playoffs TBA noon Nov. 24 Second Round NCAA Playoffs TBA noon Dec. 1 NCAA Quarterfinals TBA noon Dec. 8 NCAA Semifinals TBA noon Dec. 15 NCAA Championship Game Florence, Alabama TBA Home Games - played at Yager Stadium at Moore Bowl (7,200) *Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Game Times listed CST - subject to change

Quick Facts

Name of School Washburn University City/Zip Topeka, KS 66621 Founded 1865 Enrollment 7,400 Nickname Ichabods School Colors Yale Blue and White Stadium/Capacity Yager Stadium at Moore Bowl / 7,200 Surface Sportexe Field Affiliation NCAA Division II Conference Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association President Dr. Jerry Farley Athletics Director Loren Ferre’ Ticket Office Phone 785-670-2637 First year of football 1891 Overall all-time record 475-533-44 (.467) - 116th upcoming season No. of years in national playoffs 5 Last Postseason Playoff Opponent Northwest Missouri lost 31-21 in 2005 NCAA Second Round Playoffs (11/19/05) Last Non-playoff Postseason Appearance 12/4/04 vs Northern State in the 2004 Mineral Water Bowl - won 36-33 Sports Information Sports Information Director SID office phone SID E-Mail Assistant SID SID fax Press Box phone Washburn Athletics Web Site Coaching Staff Head coach Alma mater, Yr. Career/Record at Washburn (yrs) Best time/day to call Offensive/Defensive Schemes Team Information 2006 Overall Record 2006 Conference Finish Position Starters Returning Position Starters Lost

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Gene Cassell 785.670-1791 gene.cassell@washburn.edu Jeremy Wangler 785-670-1091 785.670-1563 www.wusports.com Craig Schurig Colorado School of Mines, 1987 32-25, 6th season 10 a.m. to noon West Coast-Pro Set / 4-4 7-4 6-3 MIAA / 4th 14 (6 Off / 7 Def / 1 Spec.) 11 (5 Off / 5 Def / 1 Spec.)

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1 In Five Years 2 2007 Schedule 4 Media Information PLAYERS 6 2007 Ichabod Roster 7 Pronunciation Guide 8 Preseason Depth Chart 9 Season Preview 13 Returning Player Profiles 31 Newcomers 34 Miscellaneous Player Information 35 Ichabods In The Kansas Shrine Bowl 35 What’s An Ichabod? 36 Ichabods From Kansas COACHES 38 Head Coach Craig Schurig 41 Brian Miller 42 Chris Brown 43 Rob Robinson 44 David Trupp 45 Cooper Harris 46 Graduate Assistants/Support Staff OPPONENTS 48 Chadron State University 49 Colorado School of Mines 50 Fort Hays State University 51 University of Central Missouri 52 Missouri Western State University 53 Missouri Southern State University 54 Emporia State University 55 Truman State Universtity 56 Northwest Missouri State University 57 Pittsburg State University 58 Southwest Baptist University 59 2007 Opponents Composite Schedule 60 Opponents Game-by-Game Series History

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83 THE MIAA

95 127 RECORD BOOK HISTORY

REVIEW 62 Season Notebook 63 Season Award Winners 64 2006 Final Statistics 66 2006 Final Defensive Statistics 67 2006 Defensive Game-by-Game Statistics 68 2006 Offensive Game-by-Game Statistics 70 2006 Superlatives 71 2006 Starting Lineups/Career Starts 72 Colorado Mines Recap 73 Western Washington Recap 74 Central Missouri Recap 75 Fort Hays State Recap 76 Southwest Baptist Recap 77 Pittsburg State Recap 78 Northwest Missouri Recap 79 Truman Recap 80 Emporia State Recap 81 Missouri Southern Recap 82 Missouri Western Recap THE MIAA 84 Final MIAA Standings/All-MIAA Teams 85 Final 2006 MIAA Team Statistics 87 Final 2006 MIAA Individual Statistics 89 All-Time MIAA Standings 90 MIAA Record Book 93 About the MIAA 94 MIAA All-Time Champions RECORD BOOK 96 Individual Rushing 98 Individual Passing 100 Individual Receiving 102 Individual Total Offense 103 Individual All Purpose Yards 104 Individual Kickoff Returns 105 Individual Punt Returns 106 Individual Scoring

Credits The 2007 Washburn University Football Media Guide was written and designed by Gene Cassell, sports information director. The book was edited by Regina Cassell, Louisa Schurig and Jeremy Wangler. Players’ mug shots and some action photos were also taken by Cassell. Additional action photos were taken by Chad Hickman, Scott Sewell and Aaron Defenbaugh. Campus photos were provided by Peggy Clark, Washburn University photographer. Coaches and player photos

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107 Individual Punting 108 Individual Defense 109 Yearly Leaders 112 Milestone Wins 113 Ichabod Team Records 114 Ichabod Charts 115 Ichabod Most Valuable Players 116 Ichabod Football History/Conference Ties 117 Postseason Games Recaps 120 Posteason Games Record Book 122 Conference Champions/Postseason Teams HISTORY 128 Ichabod All-Americans/Postseason Honors 131 Ichabods In The Pros/NFL Draft 132 2006 NFL Pro Day 133 All-time Roster/Lettermen (1946-2006) 135 Ichabod Yearly Summary 137 Ichabod Coaching Records 138 Who Threw the First Forward Pass? 138 All-Time Game Results 148 2008-2011 Future Schedules 149 Ichabods in the National Polls 150 All-Time Record Versus Opponents 151 All Opponents Series History ABOUT WASHBURN 156 About Washburn 157 President Dr. Jerry Farley 158 2004-05 Athletics in Review 158 Athletics Director Loren Ferre’ 159 Washburn in the MIAA 160 Athletics Administrative Staff 161 Coaches And Staff 162 Washburn Staff Directory 163 About Topeka 164 Yager Stadium 166 Washburn Facilities

of opposing schools courtesy of each respective school’s sports information office. Topeka photos courtesy of Topeka Visitor and Convention Bureau. Heartland Park photos courtesy of Heartland Park, Topeka. Historical photos from Kaw Yearbook and Washburn Bulletin. 1986 NAIA Playoff game courtesy of PSU SID Dan Wilkes. Atlanta Falcons photos of Trey Lewis courtesty of Jimmy Cribb. The guide was printed by Multi-Ad Printers, Inc., Peoria, Ill.

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Media information

Washburn

The 2007 Washburn University Football Media Guide is intended to provide information for writers, broadcasters, sports editors, sports information personnel and fans who follow the Ichabods. Material in the guide was current as of the printing deadline of June 28, 2007. Additional information is available in the Washburn Sports Information Office and through weekly releases available to personnel from accredited media outlets covering the Ichabods. Washburn University is in Topeka, Kan., at the intersection of 21st Street and Washburn Avenue. Yager Stadium is located west of the Petro Allied Health Center in the center of campus. Media parking is located on the west side of the press box in the parking area north of the practice fields with entrance through a pass game.. The Washburn University Sports Information Office is located in room No. 200 D-E of the Petro Allied Health Center. Office hours are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday though Friday. Phone: (785) 670-1791 ; Fax: (785) 231.1091. You may e-mail the SID office at gene.cassell@washburn.edu. Media Credentials are available to personnel from accredited media outlets by contacting Gene Cassell, sports information director, Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas 66621. Credentials are available 90 minutes prior to kickoff at the Will Call window at the northwest entrance of Yager Stadium. All media seating

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is in the Bianchino Pavilion on the west side of Yager Stadium on the third level. Press box space is reserved on a game-by-game basis and space is limited. Please contact the Sports Information Office at least one week before the game date to ensure a seat in the press box. Radio Stations wishing to broadcast from Yager Stadium should make broadcast requests through the Sports Information Office at least one week in advance. One courtesy line will be made available to the official station of each visiting team. Additional stations wishing to broadcast must install their own line. Telephone lines for writers to file their stories are available in Bianchino Pavilion. There are plenty of telephone lines for writers to file stories and photographers to wire photos as well as wireless internet. Media Services include a game program and lineups, plus statistics and game notes for each team. Halftime stats are provided as well as individual and team stats and a play-by-play summary. Statistics are kept on the Automated Scorebook computer system by MRR Systems. Refresh­ments are available before each game. Postgame Interviews with Coach Craig Schurig are available to media personnel after his brief meeting with the team immediately following the game. Players and coaches will be made available on the field for interviews. Interviews during the week can be arranged by calling the Sports Information Office.

Washburn football games are broadcast in northeast Kansas on one of the strongest stations in the Midwest - AM580 WIBW Topeka and on KTPK 106.9 FM. Bruce Steinbrock is the play-by-play voice of the Ichabods and former Ichabod quarterback and assistant coach Mark Elliott, will provide color commentary. The AM580 signal has a signal strength of six states. Select games will be broadcasted on KTPK 106.9. All Washburn Ichabod games will also be broadcast on the World Wide Web at www.wusports.com by following the links to listen to the games.

Covering the Ichabods PRINT Topeka Capital-Journal 785.295.1188 785.295.1230 Fax 616 Jefferson, Topeka, KS 66607 1.800.777.7171 Sports Editor: Eric Turner WU Beat Writer: Ken Corbitt 785.295.1123

Kansas City Star 816.234.4355 816.234.4360 Fax 1729 Grand Ave., Kansas City, MO 64108 Small College Beat Writer: David Boyce Salina Journal 785.827.6363 785.827.6060 Fax P.O. Box 779, Salina, KS 67401 800.827.6363

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Wichita Eagle 800.825.6397 316.268.6536 Fax 825 East Douglas, Wichita, KS 67201 Small College Beat Writer Hutchinson News 800.766.5772 316.662.4186 Fax P.O. Box 190, Hutchinson KS, 67504 Sports Editor Washburn Review 785.233.3211 785.231.1035 Fax 1700 SW College, Topeka, KS 66621 Sports Editor

“Thursday’s with Mark”

On March 8, 2006, the Washburn Ichabod team lost a devoted fan in Mark Stueve, who was on the sidelines with the players for all of their games during their 2005 MIAA Championship season, to a three-year battle with cancer. On Thursdays during the season, Mark would lead the players in a motivational talk every week of the season. For the second straight season, the Ichabods will continue that tradition as different speakers through out the area will talk with the team the week of football games.

Ichabods’ Travel Itinerary Sept. 1, 2007 Colorado School of Mines Leave: Aug. 30, 2 p.m. via charter bus Lodging: Boulder Broker Inn 555 30th; Boulder, Colo., 80303 (303) 444-3330 Return: Sept. 1 following the game Sept. 29, 2007 Missouri Western Leave: Sept. 28 at 4 p.m. via charter bus Lodging: Holiday Inn Riverfront 102 South 3rd Street St. Joseph, Mo. 64501 (816) 279-8000 Return: Sept. 29 following the game

Bruce Steinbrock

Mark Elliott

RADIO STATIONS WIBW (580AM/94.5FM) 785.297.9797 785.272.3536 Fax P.O. Box 119, Topeka, KS 66601 Sports Department: Bruce Steinbrock

TV STATIONS KSNT-27 (NBC) 785.582.3222 785.582.5283 Fax P.O. Box 2700, Topeka, KS 66601 Sports Director: Lance Veeser

WIRE SERVICES Associated Press 800.852.4844 816.421.3590 Fax 215 West Pershing, Kansas City, MO 64108

WIBW-13 (CBS) 785.272.7030 785.271.0418 Fax P.O. Box 119, Topeka, KS 66601 Sports Director: Mark Ewing KTKA-49 (ABC) 785.273.4949 785.215.8495 Fax 2121 SW Chelsea Dr. Topeka, KS 66614 Sports Director: Nic Griffith

Oct. 13, 2007 Emporia State Leave: Oct. 13 at 9 a.m. via charter bus Return: Oct. 13 following the game Oct. 27, 2007 Northwest Missouri Leave: Oct. 26 at 4 p.m. via charter bus Lodging: Holiday Inn Riverfront 102 South 3rd Street St. Joseph, Mo. 64501 (816) 279-8000 Return: Oct. 27 following the game Nov. 10, 2007 Southwest Baptist Leave: Nov. 9 at 2:30 p.m. via charter bus Lodging: Springfield Clarion 333 South Glenstone Springfield, Mo. 65804 (417) 883-6550 Return: Oct. 27 following the game

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Alphabetical Roster 15 20 77 1 80 89 35 73 10 92 98 26 8 31 2 19 74 21 63 64 33 29 52 48 38 83 57 82 46 56 49 30 61 11 96 13 14 86 62 93 47 87 37 91 90 81

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Paul Abron WR Zeke Adair DB Erin Beck FS Ben Bianchino DE Lloyd Bias WR Mitch Birt DE John Blessington TE Ben Boswell P Bill Boyer OL Jordan Brill QB Eric Butler DT Victor Butler DL Garrett Chumley WR Brad Cole WR Kyler Connell LB Justin Cooper RB Casey Curran FS David Demars OL Jeremy Dillard FS Chris Durkin LB Eric Eisenbarth OL Adam Ewy LB Jake Forck DB D.J. Frommoethelydo DL Nathan Gaswick LB Ryan Geist LB Derek George DB Terry Grimmett WR Grant Hajek OL Joe Hastings WR Brad Haug FB Aaron Hicks LB Austin Hills P Seth Homolka FB Travis Hubbel LB Jeff Hughes WR Jake Iverson QB Brandon Jackson DE Raphaelle Jones LB Cameron Kasel QB Blake Kasselman WR Andy Kavanaugh OL Chris Ketter DE Andrew Knight PK/P Cameron Knox TE Michael Krajicek LB Josh Larsen DE Freddie D. Lavan, Jr. DB Eric Lawrence DE Jake Lebahn WR

No. Name

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58

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Lloyd Bias WR Justin Cooper RB Ra’Shawn Mosley*** RB Ray Trice LB Will McClain DB Marty Pfannenstiel FS Drameagon Powers* WR Brad Cole* WR Dane Simoneau QB Jordan Brill*** QB Jake Iverson QB Cary Williams** DB Raphaelle Jones LB Cameron Kasel QB Zeke Adair DB Michael Wilhoite* LB Bruce Ringwood* LB Brandon Walker** RB Casey Curran FS Erin Beck*** FS Jeremy Dillard FS Terrence Lowe RB Jarod Tetuan*** FS Henry Talley III*** DB Dominic Martin FS Garrett Chumley WR Marcus Shanahan FS Josh Torrez RB Jake Forck* DB Seth Homolka FB Kyler Connell LB James Martin*** TE Adam Ewy*** LB Lincoln White LB Ben Boswell*** P Joe Wallace RB Michael Krajicek* LB Ryan Geist LB Brahn Marrs PK/P Ben Muir DE Zach Livingston LB Luke Schuckman LB Zach Watkins* LB Jahmil Taylor LB Justin Torrez FS Brad Haug* FB Andrew Knight PK/P Nathan Gaswick* LB Austin Hills P Erik Thomas OL Nick Schauman FS D.J. Frommoethelydo DL Thadd Taylor OL Richard Zwaduk OL Jeremy Schuck DL Aaron Hicks*** LB Grant Hajek OL Jake Righter LB

6-1 5-11 5-10 6-1 5-10 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-1 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-1 5-10 5-11 6-0 5-8 5-11 6-1 5-11 6-2 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-0 6-0 5-9 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-1 5-11 5-10 5-8 6-1 6-2 6-1 5-10 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-0

Wt Cl. City, State/Previous School

170 200 200 195 200 195 205 205 190 225 210 190 203 205 175 215 227 215 185 195 170 180 198 204 180 170 192 215 181 220 215 240 210 203 179 175 220 215 190 250 219 215 230 205 175 224 160 200 225 280 197 265 275 285 285 227 275 180

Fr. Aurora, Colo./Grandview HS Fr. Denver, Colo./Overland HS Sr. San Antonio, Texas/Southwest HS RS-Fr. Kansas City, Mo./Park Hill South HS Jr. Houston, Texas/Arizona Western CC Fr. Silver Lake, Kan./Silver Lake HS So. Elkhart, Texas/Elkhart HS So. Kansas City, Mo./Northern Iowa/NKC HS Fr. Salina, Kan./Sacred Heart HS Sr. Elkhorn, Neb./Elkhorn HS RS-Fr. Lincoln, Neb./Lincoln North Star HS Sr. Miami, Fla./Fordham University Fr. Citrus Heights, Calif./Del Campo HS Fr. Wichita, Kan./Wichita Heights HS Jr. Wichita, Kan./Dodge City CC/Southeast HS So. Topeka, Kan./Highland Park HS Jr. Blue Springs, Mo./Kansas Jr. Garland, Texas/Lakeview HS Fr. Leawood, Kan./Blue Valley North HS Sr. Claflin, Kan./Claflin HS Fr. Paola, Kan./Paola HS RS-Fr. Alamogordo, N.M./Alamogordo HS Sr. Topeka, Kan./Hayden HS Sr. Kansas City, Mo./Park Hill South HS Fr. Kansas City, Mo./North Kansas City HS RS-Fr. Bonner Springs, Kan./Basehor-Linwood HS So. Elkhorn, Neb./Elkhorn HS RS-Fr. Topeka, Kan./Hayden HS Jr. Paola, Kan./Paola HS RS-Fr. Great Bend, Kan./Great Bend HS Fr. Claflin, Kan./Claflin HS Sr. Topeka, Kan./Hayden HS Sr. Maize, Kan./Maize HS/Cowley County So. Jupiter, Fla./Dwyer HS Sr. Lenexa, Kan./Shawnee Mission West HS Fr. Arkansas City, Kan./Arkansas City HS So. Gretna, Neb./Gretna HS Fr. Topeka, Kan./Hayden HS RS-Fr. Salina, Kan./Salina Sacred Heart HS So. Belton, Mo./Belton HS Fr. Harrisonville, Mo./Harrisonville HS RS-Fr. Wichita, Kan./Bishop Carroll HS So. Independence, Mo./Truman HS Fr. Aurora, Colo./Grandview HS Fr. Topeka, Kan./Hayden HS So. Seneca, Kan./B&B Baileyville HS Fr. Raytown, Mo./Raytown South HS So. Imperial, Neb./Chase County HS RS-Fr. Burlington, Kan./Burlington HS Jr. Garden City, Kan./Garden City CC RS-Fr. Great Bend, Kan./Great Bend HS Jr. San Ramon, Calif./Diablo Valley RS-Fr. Topeka, Kan./Seaman HS Fr. Topeka, Kan./Washburn Rural HS Fr. Urbandale, Iowa/Dowling Catholic HS Sr. Olathe, Kan./Olathe North HS So. Omaha, Neb./Millard North HS Sr. Overland Park, Kan./Blue Valley HS

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Marcus Mau WR Joey Russell OL Jeff Hughes WR Andy Kavanaugh** OL Chris Durkin LB Eric Eisenbarth*** OL Jeff Rickard*** OL Ty Lewis OL Trent Stanley* OL Bill Boyer OL David Demars OL Ian Vistine OL Ben Bianchino* DE Ian Williams DT Brian Strand* OL Mitch Birt** DE Jake Lebahn*** WR Joe Hastings WR Terry Grimmett WR Brody Schuler WR Trent Stepps WR Blake Kasselman WR Cameron Knox TE Ben Ramsey* TE John Blessington TE Eric Lawrence** DE Josh Larsen DE Eric Butler DT Chris Ketter DE Dustin Moyer** DE Martell Underwood DL Brandon Jackson* DE Cory Walker DE Victor Butler DL Brett Payne DT Paul Abron WR Derek George DB Travis Hubbel LB Freddie D. Lavan, Jr. DB Jamar Mosley RB Ryan Mertz WR Dakota Palan-Johnson DE Alan Schoonover LB *=Number of Letters

Wt Cl. City, State/Previous School

5-10 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-6 6-5 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-4 6-0 6-0 5-10 5-10 6-5 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-0 6-0 5-11 5-9 5-10 6-7 6-2 5-10

190 300 180 294 220 285 296 283 287 305 275 295 270 290 306 255 215 185 190 185 190 195 255 244 231 255 220 305 220 252 285 295 205 310 275 190 190 210 180 190 210 210 198

Fr. Roeland Park, Kan./Shawnee Mission North HS Jr. Topeka, Kan./Highland CC/Hayden HS Fr. Tonganoxie, Kan./Tonganoxie HS Jr. Lohrville, Iowa/Southern Cal HS So. Eudora, Kan./Eudora HS Sr. Holton, Kan./Holton HS Sr. Westminster, Colo./Standley Lake HS RS-Fr. Denver, Colo./Jefferson Academy Sr. Tecumseh, Kan./Coffeyville CC RS-Fr. Lakewood, Colo./Green Mountain HS RS-Fr. St. Marys, Kan./St. Marys HS RS-Fr. Blue Springs, Mo./Blue Springs HS So. Overland Park, Kan./Blue Valley West HS Fr. Raytown, Mo./Raytown South HS Sr. Venango, Neb./Nebraska Wesleyan Jr. Omaha, Neb./Millard North HS Sr. Salina, Kan./Salina Central HS So. Wichita, Kan./Bishop Carroll HS Fr. Kansas City, Mo./Raytown South HS RS-Fr. Topeka, Kan./Hayden HS Jr. Fort Scott, Kan./Coffeyville CC RS-Fr. Bonner Springs, Kan./Bonner Springs HS RS-Fr. Minneapolis, Kan./Minneapolis HS Sr. Scott City, Kan./Troy Fr. Auburn, Iowa/Southern Cal HS Jr. Belleglade, Fla./Glades Central Comm. HS So. Gretna, Neb./Gretna HS Sr. Leawood, Kan./Kansas/Northeast HS RS-Fr. Lecompton, Kan./Lecompton HS Jr. Eudora, Kan./Eudora HS Jr. Vallejo, Calif./Sacramento City/Jesse Bethel HS So. Kansas City, Mo./Liberty HS Fr. Paola, Kan./Paola HS Fr. Leavenworth, Kan./Leavenworth HS RS-Fr. Amarillo, Texas/Randall HS So. Kansas City, Mo./Wyandotte HS Fr. Gardner, Kan./Garder-Edgerton HS Fr. Bonner Springs, Kan./Bonner Springs HS Fr. Rosenhayn, N.J./Delsea HS Fr. San Antonio, Texas/Southwest HS Fr. St. Charles, Mo./Francis Howell Central HS Fr. Denver, Colo./Arapahoe HS Jr. Valley Falls, Kan./Kansas State/Valley Falls HS

Pronunciation Guide 6 7 9 14 23 30 33 37 38 40

Marty Pfannenstiel Drameagon Powers Dane SIMONEAU Cameron KASEL Jarod TETUAN Seth Homolka Adam EWY Michael Krajicek Ryan GEIST Ben MUIR

FAN-in-steal DRAH-mee-gone SIM-A-know castle Tet-juan HUHL-mole-ka A-vee CRY-Check GUY-st Me-yurr

46 52 54 57 58 77

Brad HAUG How-g D.J. Frommoethelydo fRO-moe-thee-lie-do Richard ZWADUK Z-WHA-Duck Grant HAJEK HAY-check Jake RIGHTER Rick-ter Ben Bianchino Bee-an-keno

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Ty Lewis OL Zach Livingston LB Terrence Lowe RB Brahn Marrs PK/P Dominic Martin FS James Martin TE Marcus Mau WR Will McClain DB Ryan Mertz WR Jamar Mosley RB Ra’Shawn Mosley RB Dustin Moyer DE Ben Muir DE Dakota Palan-Johnson DE Brett Payne DT Marty Pfannenstiel FS Drameagon Powers WR Ben Ramsey TE Jeff Rickard OL Jake Righter LB Bruce Ringwood LB Joey Russell OL Nick Schauman FS Alan Schoonover LB Jeremy Schuck DL Luke Schuckman LB Brody Schuler WR Marcus Shanahan FS Dane Simoneau QB Trent Stanley OL Trent Stepps WR Brian Strand OL Henry Talley III DB Jahmil Taylor LB Thadd Taylor OL Jarod Tetuan FS Erik Thomas OL Josh Torrez RB Justin Torrez FS Ray Trice LB Martell Underwood DL Ian Vistine OL Cory Walker DE Brandon Walker RB Joe Wallace RB Zach Watkins LB Lincoln White LB Michael Wilhoite LB Ian Williams DT Cary Williams DB Richard Zwaduk OL

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Offense

Quarterback 10 Jordan Brill 11 Jake Iverson Running Back 3 Ra’Shawn Mosley 18 Brandon Walker Fullback 46 Brad Haug 30 Seth Holmoka Wide Receiver (X) 81 Jake Lebahn 7 Drameagon Powers Wide Receiver (Z) 8 Brad Cole 82 Joe Hastings Tight End (Y) 32 James Martin 80 Ben Ramsey Left Tackle 64 Eric Eisenbarth 73 Bill Boyer Left Guard 71 Trent Stanley 67 Ty Lewis Center 79 Brian Strand 57 Grant Hajek Right Guard 65 Jeff Rickard 50 Erik Thomas RIght Tackle 62 Andy Kavanaugh 75 Ian Vistine

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2007 preseason depth chart

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Defense 6-4, 225, Sr. 6-5, 210, RS-Fr. 5-10, 200, Sr. 6-1, 215, Jr. 5-10, 224, So. 6-1, 220, RS-Fr. 6-4, 215, Sr. 6-3, 205, So. 6-3, 205, So. 6-0, 185, So. 6-2, 240, Sr. 6-2, 244, Sr. 6-2, 285, Sr. 6-4, 305, RS-Fr. 6-3, 287, Sr. 6-2, 283, RS-Fr. 6-4, 306, Sr. 6-2, 275, So. 6-3, 296, Sr. 6-1, 280, Jr. 6-3, 294, Jr. 6-6, 295, RS-Fr.

Transfers

15 Zeke Adair 95 Martell Underwood

Special Teams Punter 35 Ben Boswell 6-0, 179, Sr. 49 Austin Hills 6-2, 225, RS-Fr. Placekicker/Kickoffs 39 Brahn Marrs 6-0, 190, RS-Fr. 47 Andrew Knight 5-8, 160, Fr. Holder 23 Jarod Tetuan 5-11, 198, Sr. Short Snapper (field goal attempts) 43 Zach Watkins 6-0, 230, So. 56 Aaron Hicks 6-0, 227, Sr.

Note: Depth chart as of June 12

True Freshman

Offense Defensive End 80 Mitch Birt 6-2, 255, Jr. 1 Lloyd Bias 94 Dustin Moyer 6-2, 252, Jr. 2 Justin Cooper 9 Dane Simoneau Defensive Tackle 14 Cameron Kasel 96 Brandon Jackson 6-2, 295, So. 36 Joe Wallace 52 D.J. Frommoethelydo 6-2, 265, Jr. 54 Richard Zwaduk Defensive Tackle 59 Marcus Mau 77 Ben Bianchino 6-5, 270, So. 83 Terry Grimmett 95 Martell Underwood 6-2, 285, Jr. 89 John Blessington Jamar Mosley Defensive End 90 Eric Lawrence 6-2, 255, Jr. Ryan Mertz 40 Ben Muir 6-2, 250, So. Defense 5 Freddie D. Lavan, Jr. Outside Linebacker 6 Marty Pfannenstiel 33 Adam Ewy 6-1, 210, Sr. 13 Raphaelle Jones 4 Ray Trice 6-1, 195, RS-Fr. 19 Casey Curran Inside Linebacker 21 Jeremy Dillard 17 Bruce Ringwood 6-0, 227, Jr. 25 Dominic Martin 56 Aaron Hicks 6-0, 227, Sr. 31 Kyler Connell 38 Ryan Geist Inside Linebacker 43 Zach Watkins 6-0, 230, So. 41 Zach Livingston 37 Michael Krajicek 6-0, 220, So. 44 Jahmil Taylor 45 Justin Torrez Outside Linebacker 55 Jeremy Schuck 16 Michael Wilhoite 6-2, 215, So. 78 Ian Williams 48 Nathan Gaswick 6-1, 200, So. 97 Cory Walker Left Cornerback 98 Victor Butler 24 Henry Talley 6-1, 204, Sr. Derek George 29 Jake Forck 6-0, 181, Jr. Travis Hubbel Dakota Palan-Johnson Right Cornerback 12 Cary Williams 6-2, 190, Sr. 15 Zeke Adair 5-10, 175, Jr. Seniors Free Safety 92 Eric Butler 23 Jarod Tetuan 5-11, 198, Sr. Juniors 20 Erin Beck 5-11, 195, Sr. 5 Will McClain

Long Snapper (punts) 43 Zach Watkins 6-0, 230, So. 56 Aaron Hicks 6-0, 227, Sr. Punt Returners (no specific order) 23 Jarod Tetuan 5-11, 198, Sr. 3 Ra’Shawn Mosley 5-10, 200, Sr. 8 Brad Cole 6-3, 205, So. Kickoff Returners (no specific order) 12 Cary Williams 6-2, 190, Sr. 22 Terrance Lowe 5-8, 180, RS-Fr. 18 Brandon Walker 6-1, 215, Jr.

6-1, 170 5-11, 200 6-3, 190 6-1, 205 5-9, 175 6-1, 285 5-10, 190 6-0, 190 6-4, 231 5-10, 190 6-7, 210

DB FS LB FS FS FS LB LB LB LB FS DL DT DE DL DB LB DE

5-9, 180 6-2, 195 6-3, 203 5-10, 185 6-0, 170 5-11, 180 6-1, 215 5-11, 215 6-0, 219 6-1, 205 5-11, 175 6-2, 285 6-2, 290 6-3, 205 6-2, 310 6-0, 190 5-11, 210 6-2, 210

DT

6-2, 305

DB DB DL

5-10, 200 5-10, 175 6-2, 285

Pronunciation Guide 6 Marty Pfannenstiel FAN-in-steal 7 Drameagon Powers DRAH-mee-gone 9 Dane SIMONEAU SIM-A-know 14 Cameron KASEL castle 23 Jarod TETUAN Tet-juan 30 Seth Homolka HUHL-mole-ka 33 Adam EWY A-vee 37 Michael Krajicek CRY-Check 38 Ryan GEIST GUY-st 40 Ben MUIR Me-yurr 46 Brad HAUG How-g 52 D.J. Frommoethelydo fRO-moe-thee-lie-do 54 Richard ZWADUK Z-WHA-Duck 57 Grant HAJEK HAY-check 58 Jake RIGHTER Rick-ter 77 Ben Bianchino Bee-an-keno

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2007 Season Preview

Ichabods aiming for 4th straight winnng season Washburn primed for return to NCAA Playoffs

By Gene Cassell Washburn Sports Information Director Looking to continue the wave of momentum from three straight winning seasons, the Washburn Ichabod football team enters the 2007 season with a continued sense of urgency. “Even though we recorded a winning season, we were not satisfied,” sixth-year head coach Craig Schurig said. “We believed we were better than our record and this season we want to improve first on our record and by doing that we believe we will improve our season by reaching the playoffs.” With last season’s 7-4 record and fourth place finish in the MIAA, the Ichabods recorded their third straight winning season – something the program has not done since a run from the 1986 to 1988 seasons when the Ichabods averaged seven wins a season. The Ichabods return 15 starters this season with six on offense and eight on defense with one special teams returner. “We will have experience in our starters and our back ups,” Schurig said. “The players who are in the two deep as back ups could start if necessary and they learned a lot playing last

season. After five seasons, we really have the depth to compete and fill in gaps should we need to.”

The Offense The Ichabods return six starters on offense from last season and two more who have started at least six games in their careers at Washburn. “We really feel this could be one of the best offenses we’ve had in five seasons.” Schurig said. “We really want to keep an uptempo offense and control the ball and clock keeping the opponent’s defense on the field.” Quarterback Who’s Back: Senior quarterback Jordan Brill started six games in 2006 passing for 1,348 yards and 11 touchdowns. For his career he has passed for 4,665 yards, which is fourth on the all-time chart needing 1,861 yards to move into the top slot. His .568 pass completion percentage is the best in school history. Entering the season as the back up is redshirt freshman Jake Iverson. Iverson passed for 2,641 yards as a senior at

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Lincoln’s North Star High School in Nebraska. Who’s New: The Ichabods landed two of the best prep quarterbacks in the state who both played in the Kansas Shrine Bowl following their senior season. Wichita’s Cameron Kasel passed for 2,704 yards and 29 touchdowns as a senior and earned Top 11 honors by the Topeka Capital Journal and the Wichita Eagle. Salina’s Dane Simoneau passed for 3,160 yards and 30 touchdowns as a senior finishing his career with more than 8,000 yards passing and 71 touchdown strikes through the air. Notable: Brill has started 19 games in his Washburn career and has an overall record of 13-6 as the Ichabods’ starting quarterback. Quotable: “Jordan has really worked hard to return to form coming into his senior season,” Schurig said. “He is our teamleader and has a deep desire to win.”

Running Back Who’s Back: Senior Ra’Shawn Mosley returns after leading the Ichabods as a junior with 690 yards rushing on 100 carries in eight games. His 86 yards per game would have been fourth in the MIAA if he would have played in one more game. He has 2,217 career rushing yards, which rank third all-time at Washburn to go with 22 touchdowns. Entering the season No. 2 on the depth chart is junior Brandon Walker. At Washburn Walker has played running back, wide receiver and quarterback, but this season he will concentrate on the offensive backfield. Walker rushed for 431 yards and five touchdowns last season. Also looking for time in the rotation will be redshirt freshmen Terrance Lowe and Josh Torrez. The Ichabods will have sophomore Brad Haug at fullback and a converted defensive lineman in redshirt freshman Seth Homolka. Haug saw action in eight games with 23 yards rushing. Who’s New: The Ichabods signed Justin Cooper, who rushed for 867 yards on 107 carries averaging 8.1 yards per attempt. He was a first team all-league pick and a second team all-state choice and his team’s MVP at Overland High School outside of Denver, Colo. Notable: The Ichabods have had four 1,000-yard rushers under the current coaching regime. Quotable: “We have depth at running back, but we need to stay healthy,” Schurig said. “With the quality of running backs we have we need to run hard and rotate to keep everyone fresh.

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We also want to get more production out of our fullbacks.”

Wide Receivers Who’s Back: The Ichabods will have the youngest group on offense in the wide receivers corps. The lone senior is Jake Lebahn, who started three games last season while playing in all 11 games. He had 15 receptions last season for 245 yards and two touchdowns at the “X” position. Starting at the other wide out is sophomore Brad Cole. Cole joined the Ichabods last season as a transfer from Northern Iowa and played in nine games for Washburn in the backfield. A pair of sophomores are No. 2 on the depth chart in Joe Hastings and Drameagon Powers. Hastings played in three games as a redshirt freshman and Powers picked up five receptions for 59 yards. Also looking for time will be junior Trent Stepps along with redshirt freshman Brody Schuler. Who’s New: The Ichabods have added Lloyd Bias from Aurora, Colo., and Terry Grimmett, from Kansas City. Bias had six touchdown receptions and 396 receiving yards as a senior and also had 22 carries for 189 yards and two more scores. Grimmett is a converted high school quarterback. Notable: The Ichabods will have to make up for the loss of all-time leading receiver Sam Sissom who finished his career with 191 receptions and 3,288 yards along with 40 touchdown catches – the most in MIAA history. Quotable: “We’re young at the receiver’s position, but we feel we have a very talented group. They are strong and fast and should create big plays for our offense,” Schurig said. Tight End Who’s Back: The Ichabods will return two who started last season in seniors James Martin and Ben Ramsey. Martin snagged three catches for 83 yards and Ramsey picked up seven receptions with three of them going for touchdowns. Other tight ends on the roster include redshirt freshman Cameron Knox. Who’s New: The Ichabods signed John Blessington, a 6-4 freshman from Auburn, Iowa, who was a two-time first team all-district pick and an Iowa Shrine Bowl participant. Notable: The Ichabod duo of Martin and Ramsey made the most of their receptions last season averaging a combined 17.5 yards per reception with three scores. Quotable: “Our tight ends are used for more than just

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The Defense The Ichabods return eight starters from last season’s squad that allowed 16.4 points per game, which ranked second in the MIAA allowing just over 100 yards rushing per game, which was third in the MIAA. “We will have experience on the defense,” Schurig said. “Our

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defense had a great spring and this should be the fastest defense we have had.”

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Defensive Line Who’s Back: On the line for the Ichabods are three returnees who have starting in juniors Mitch Birt and Eric Lawrence and senior Dustin Moyer. Lawrence has started every game of his Washburn career recording 80 tackles with 23 for loss and 11 sacks. Birt played in 10 games as a sophomore and started eight games as a redshirt freshman before missing the 2005 season with a knee injury. Moyer enters the season as a back up at one defensive end. The Ichabods lost both defensive tackles from last season in Cody Huenfeld and 2006 MIAA Most Valuable Player, All-American and 2007 NFL Draft Pick Trey Lewis. Looking to fill those shoes are sophomores Brandon Jackson and Ben Bianchino. Jackson played in 10 games recording 13 tackles with four for loss and Bianchino played in six games – mainly in the defensive end rotation. Also back is D.J. Frommoethelydo, who moved over from the offensive line along with redshirt freshman Brett Payne. Who’s New: The Ichabods picked up a pair of transfers in junior Martell Underwood, who joined Washburn for spring practices and senior transfer Eric Butler. Underwood was an honorable mention all-conference pick at Sacramento City College and Butler is a senior transfer from Kansas who played in 12 games for the Jayhawks in 2005 and Ben Muir, who is moving up from a linebacker’s position. The Ichabods signed five incoming freshman this season in Jeremy Schuck, Ian Williams, Cory Walker, Victory Butler and Dakota Palan-Johnson who will all most likely redshirt this season. Notable: The Ichabods have only 45 combined career starts on the defensive line returning this season and will have to replace Huenefeld and Lewis who started a total of 51 games between the two. Quotable: “Our depth on the defensive line in returning starters and back ups will be a positive for us and the new players we have will have an impact immediately for us,” Schurig said.

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Linebackers Who’s Back: The Ichabods have their most experienced group of defenders coming back in the linebacking corps. The Ichabods will be led by 2006 MIAA Freshman of the Year in

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pass receptions,” Schurig said. “We use them in our blocking schemes and split them out as wide receivers too. We are always looking for ways to utilize their skills to help the team.” Offensive Line Who’s Back: The Ichabods are the most experienced on the offensive line as they have a combined 68 starts in the trenches. Senior all-MIAA pick Jeff Rickard has started the last 23 games on the line for Washburn, including the last 12 at right tackle. However, this season, Rickard is moving to right guard, where he started 12 games as a sophomore during the 2005 season. At left tackle is senior Eric Eisenbarth, who is moving outside from left guard where he started 11 games last season. Senior Trent Stanley is moving from right guard to left guard to start the season. Stanley started all 11 games on the right side as a junior. Junior Andy Kavanaugh returns to his right tackle spot after starting the last 16 games. Prior to holding down the right tackle spot, Kavanaugh started seven games at left tackle. Senior Brian Strand enters the fall as the starting center – the lone position on the offensive line where the Ichabods enter the season without any career starts. Strand played in five games last season at right guard. Junior redshirt Erik Thomas, along with four redhshirt freshmen will provide depth on the line. Bill Boyer, Ty Lewis, and Ian Vistine are in their second year of the program and sophomore Grant Hajek will back up at center. The Ichabods have three others in redshirt junior Joey Russell along with redshirt freshmen Thadd Taylor and David Demars who will also provide depth on the offensive line. Notable: Last season was the first year since 2002 the Ichabods did not have a 1,000 yard rusher. Quotable: “We are experienced on the offensive line and they are very versatile,” Schurig said. “We have players who have and can play more than one spot on the offensive line and in our five seasons here, our size, strength, stamina and speed have all improved, which is necessary to compete in our conference.”


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Zach Watkins, who led the conference with 100 tackles from his inside linebacker’s spot. Joining Watkins on the inside will be junior Bruce Ringwood who started the final 10 games of last season and finished with 53 tackles and 13 for loss en route to second team all-MIAA honors. Returning to inside will also be sophomore Michael Krajicek and senior Aaron Hicks. At outside linebacker, senior Adam Ewy has started a total of six games with five coming on the right side and the other on the left. Ewy, who moved from free safety from the 2004 season to linebacker, has 129 career tackles. At the other outside spot is Michael Wilhoite, who played in nine games as a redshirt freshman after making the switch from free safety. Looking for time entering the season at No. 2 on the outside linebacker depth chart will be sophomore Nathan Gaswick and redshirt freshman Ray Trice. Gaswick played in six games last season recording four tackles and an interception. Also looking for playing time will be sophomores Lincoln White and Chris Durkin along with redshirt freshman Luke Schuckman. Who’s New: The Ichabods signed six linebackers in their 2007 recruiting class in Raphaelle Jones, Kyler Connell, Ryan Geist, Zach Livingston, Jahmil Taylor and Travis Hubbel, who should all redshirt this season. Notable: A linebacker has led the Ichabods in tackles four of the five seasons under defensive coordinator Chris Brown and the Ichabods’ 4-4 system. The lone year someone other than a linebacker led the team in stops was in 2002 when a free safety led the team in tackles. Quotable: “This defense is built for linebackers,” Schurig said. “We expect continued success out of our group this season and look for them to improve on last season’s outstanding year.”

Defensive Secondary Who’s Back: The Ichabods return one starter at cornerback in senior Cary Williams, who started 11 games as a junior and picked off four passes recording 38 total tackles with nine pass break ups. Entering the season as the starter on the other side is senior Henry Talley. Talley, who began his career at Washburn at cornerback before moving to safety, is now returning to a cornerback spot for his final season. Talley has 46 career tackles and two interceptions. Junior Jake Forck will add depth at cornerback on the left side this season. Forck played in seven games last season. At safety, a pair of seniors with a combined

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20 starts return in Jarod Tetuan and Erin Beck. Tetuan started all 11 games last season and recorded 66 tackles and has 117 for his career. Beck has 92 career stops with three interceptions. Sophomore Marcus Shanahan will look for time at free safety. Who’s New: The Ichabods added a pair of transfer cornerbacks in Zeke Adair, who joined the Ichabods for spring practice and Will McClain who will be here in the fall. Adair was a second team all-conference pick at Dodge City Community College and McClain started all 11 games at Arizona Western Community College recording 45 tackles, eight pass break ups and two interceptions. The Ichabods added five defensive secondary signees to their 2007 class in freshmen Freddie Lavan, Jr., Casey Curran, Jeremy Dillard, Dominic Martin and Justin Torrez. Notable: The Ichabods will be without their all-time leader in interceptions in All-American Fletcher Terrell, who finished with 22 career pick offs. Quotable: “We’re confident in our defensive backs to be able to shutdown our opponent’s best receivers each week,” Shurig said. “They are fast and physical on the outside and our free safeties have good anticipation in their coverages.”

Special Teams Who’s Back: The Ichabods return one special team player who saw action in senior punter Ben Boswell. Boswell averaged 35.2 yards per punt last season including a 70-yard bomb against Central Missouri en route to MIAA Player of the Week honors. Also returning is redshirt freshman punter Austin Hills. The placekicking duties will be handled by redshirt freshman Brahn Marrs who kicked in the spring for the Ichabods. Jarod Tetuan will be the holder on placekicks for the second straight season and Zach Watkins will be the deep snapper. Tetuan will also look to return punts along with Ra’Shawn Mosley and Brad Cole and Cary Williams, Terrance Lowe and Brandon Walker will lead the kickoff return team. Who’s New: The Ichabods have added freshman placekicker Andrew Knight who hit 14 of 15 extra point attempts while averaging 37 yards per punt. Notable: This is the first season in the last four the Ichabods will be breaking in a new placekicker as Connor Sabel wrapped up his playing career for the Ichabods with 196 career points. Quotable: “Our return teams will be solid as always and we are looking for more consistant production from our kicking game when called upon,” Schurig said.

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Wide Receiver Kansas City, Kan. Wyandotte High School 6-0 • 190 • Sophomore At Washburn: Joined the Ichabods in the spring for drills. Background: Named baseball team MVP and captain his junior and senior seasons …led team in RBI, batting average, stolen bases and walks. Personal: Born March 7, 1987 … son of Eveylyn Abron … majoring in communications.

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Zeke Adair Defensive Back

Wichita, Kan. Dodge City CC/ Southeast High School 5-10 • 175 • Junior At Washburn: Transferred to Washburn for the spring semester of drills entering the fall as the No. 2 cornerback on the right side. Background: As a sophomore at Dodge City, he played in eight games recording 24 solo tackles and 37 total with three for loss, an interception, a forced fumble and a blocked kick earning second team all-conference honors … also averaged 9.8 yards a punt return … at Wichita Southeast, he was an all-city pick and voted team captain. Personal: Born May 7, 1986 … son of Keith Adair …majoring in criminal justice.

Erin Beck Free Safety Claflin, Kan. Claflin High School 5-11 • 195 • Senior

At Washburn: Has played in 33 games at Washburn and has six starts with 92 career tackles, five pass break-ups and three interceptions. In 2006: Played in 10 games recording 23 tackles and 11 solo stops … recorded a season-high five tackles at Pittsburg State. In 2005: Played in 11 games starting six before missing the final game with an injury … recorded 38 tackles including 11 solo stops with four pass break ups and two interceptions … had a career-high 10 tackles against Western Washington … a member of the MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2004: Played in all 12 games recording 14 solo and 17 assisted tackles … also had an interception and a pass break-up. In 2003: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Was an all-state and all-league pick at quarterback and an all-league honorable mention choice at defensive back … passed for 1,372 yards and 19 touchdowns … a Great Bend Tribune all-area first team selection at quarterback and Wichita Eagle all-State honorable mention selection at quarterback. Personal: Born Jan. 29, 1985 … son of Fred and Karlynn Beck … older brother Evin finished his two-year career with the Ichabods in 2004 … majoring in physical education. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2004 14 17 31 1 0/0 0/0 0 0 1 2005 11 27 38 4 0/0 0/0 0 0 2 2006 11 12 23 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 Totals 36 56 92 5 0/0 0/0 0 0 3

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Paul Abron, Zeke Adair, Erin Beck 13 Ben Bianchino, Mitch Birt, Ben Boswell 14 Bill Boyer, Jordan Brill, Eric Butler, Clayton Calder 15 Garrett Chumley, Brad Cole, David Demars, Chris Durkin, Eric Eisenbarth 16 Adam Ewy, Jake Forck 17 D.J. Frommoethelydo, Nathan Gaswick, Grant Hajek, Joe Hastings, John Hattrup 18 Brad Haug, Aaron Hicks, Austin Hills, Seth Homolka, Jake Iverson 19 Brandon Jackson, Blake Kasselman, Andy Kavanaugh, Chris Ketter, Cameron Knox 20 Michael Krajicek, Josh Larsen, Eric Lawrence, Jake Lebahn 21 Ty Lewis, Terrence Lowe, Brahn Marrs, James Martin 22 Ra’Shawn Mosley, Dustin Moyer 23 Ben Muir, Drameagon Powers, Brett Payne, Ben Ramsey 24 Jeff Rickard, Jake Righter, Bruce Ringwood, Joey Russell 25 Nick Schamaun, Alan Schooover, Luke Schuckman, Brody Schuler, Marcus Shanahan, Trent Stanley 26 Trent Stepps, Brian Strand, Henry Talley 27 Thad Taylor, Jarod Tetuan, Erik Thomas, Josh Torrez 28 Ray Trice, Martell Underwood, Ian Vistine, Brandon Walker 29 Zach Watkins, Lincoln White, Michael Wilhoite 30 Cary Williams 31 Ichabod Newcomers 31-33


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Overland Park, Kan. Blue Valley West High School 6-5 • 270 • Sophomore At Washburn: Enters his sophomore season as the starting right tackle on the defensive line. In 2006: Saw action in six games recording four total tackles with two solo and two assisted stops … also recorded a sack against Fort Hays State for eight yards. In 2005: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Selected honorable mention all-league defensive line as a junior … first team all-league as a senior … second team all-Johnson County defensive line as a senior … all-Sun County defensive lineman as a senior … named Blue Valley’s Defensive MVP as a senior … all-league scholar athlete as a junior and senior … participated in Mo-Kan all-Star game. Personal: Born on Jan. 22, 1987 … son of Bernie and Marilyn Bianchino … majoring in political science/business … father played football at Washburn from 1966-70. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2006 2 2 4 0 2/8 1/8 0 0 0 Totals 2 2 4 0 2/8 1/8 0 0 0

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Mitch Birt Defensive End Omaha, Neb. Millard North High School 6-2 • 255 • Junior At Washburn: Returns to the defensive line and enters the fall as one of the starting defensive ends … has recorded 38 tackles with eight for loss and two sacks. In 2006: Played in 10 games recording 11 solo tackles and 24 total with four tackles for loss, a sack and a pass break up … named to the MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll … recorded a career-high seven tackles with five solo stops at Truman. In 2005: Missed the entire season after suffering a knee injury in preseason camp receiving a medical redshirt. In 2004: Played in all 12

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games starting eight recording 14 tackles and four tackles for loss … recorded a sack … scored a touchdown on a fumble recovery against Northwest Missouri. In 2003: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Was named first team Nebraska super state, all-state, allNebraska, all-metro and all-district as a senior at Millard North at defensive end after lettering his junior and senior seasons. Personal: Born June 20, 1985 … son of Randall and Christine Birt … majoring in biology/pre-med. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2004 6 8 14 0 4/12 1/3 0 1 0 2005 sat out the season with a medical redshirt 2006 11 13 24 1 4/13 1/1 0 0 0 Totals 17 21 38 1 8/25 2/4 0 1 0

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Ben Boswell Punter

Lenexa, Kan. Shawnee Mission West High School 6-0 • 179 • Senior At Washburn: Enters senior season as the No. 1 punter. In 2006: Earned honorable mention all-MIAA honors after averaging 35.2 yards per punt with six over 50 yards and 18 inside the 20 yard line … named MIAA’s Special Teams Player of the Week following the Central Missouri game on Sept. 9 after he averaged 42.1 yards per punt including a career-long 70 yard punt with two other attempts over 50 yards … named the Ichabods’ Special Teams Player of the Year … named to MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2005: Played in two games last season and recorded five punts for 159 yards for a 39.8 yard average … had a season-long 46-yard punt against Missouri Western … a member of the MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2004: Sat out the season as a medical redshirt … a member of the MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2003: Played in eight games taking over punting duties four games into the season and averaged 31.6 yards per punt on 36 attempts … had 1,136 yards punting including a career-high 52 yard attempt against Pittsburg State - a game in which he had 10 punts. Background: Was a first team all-Sunflower League, all-Sun County and all-state punter at Shawnee Mission West in 2002 … was named Shawnee Mission West’s Co-MVP and was the team’s Defensive Player of the Year as a senior. Personal: Born Nov. 16, 1984 … son of Brad and Pat Boswell … majoring in business. Punting No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd 2003 36 1136 31.6 52 1 10 8 2 2004 sat out the season with a medical redshirt 2005 5 180 36.0 46 1 0 1 0 2006 56 1974 35.2 70 3 15 18 0 Totals 97 3290 33.9 70 5 25 27 2

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Jordan Brill Quarterback Elkhorn, Neb. Elkhorn High School 6-4 • 225 • Senior At Washburn: Returns to the starting quarterback position after starting six games pasing for 11 touchdowns and 1,348 yards … enters senior season with 4,665 passing yards which is fourth on the all-time chart needing 1,861 passing yards and 14 touchdown passes to move into first all-time on both charts. In 2006: Started the first six games of the season playing with a shoulder injury passing for 1,348 yards and 11 touchdowns averaging more than 224 yards per game through the air … named MIAA Offensive Player of the Week after passing for 309 yards and five touchdowns in seasonopener against Colorado Mines …passed for 330

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Garrett Chumley Wide Receiver

Bonner Springs, Kan. Basehor-Linwood High School 6-2 • 170 • RS-Fr. At Washburn: Will look for time on special teams and in the wide receiving corps. In 2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: A three-year letterman in football, two in baseball and one in basketball … honorable mention all-league punter as a senior … named special teams player of the year … co-captain of football team as a senior and captain of basketball team … a three-year member of the National Honor Society and a Kansas Honor Scholar. Personal: Born March 19, 1988 … son of Mike and Brenda Chumley … majoring in law enforcement.

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Brad Cole Wide Receiver

Kansas City, Mo. Northern Iowa/North High School 6-3 • 205 • Sophomore At Washburn: Enters the fall as the starting “Z” wide receiver after a productive first season at Washburn … will also see time on special teams. In 2006: Played in nine games with 11 rushing attempts for 64 yards

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Lakewood, Colo. Green Mountain High School 6-4 • 305 • RS-Fr. At Washburn: Enters the fall as the No. 2 left tackle on the offensive line. Background: A SuperPrep all-Midlands performer … Rivals.com ranked him as the No. 24 overall prospect in the state of Colorado … a two-way starter on offense (right tackle) and defense (tackle), he earned first-team all-state (4A) honors by both the Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News as a senior while garnering first-team all-JeffCo League honors as junior and senior (he was second-team all-state as a junior) … he had 41 pancake blocks as a senior and had 25 as a junior … had 36 tackles as a senior and 32 as a junior, when he also had an interception … he played basketball through his sophomore year and also lettered in wrestling and track finishing third in the state in the discus and 10th in the state in the shot put as a junior. Personal: Born February 15, 1988 … son of George and Holly Boyer … majoring in business.

yards the following week against Western Washington. In 2005: Started all 12 games and passed for a school-record 2,775 yards completing 168 of 297 passes with 24 touchdowns … passing total also set a sophomore record … passed for a career-high 348 yards in season opener against Colorado Mines … was 16th in the nation in passing efficiency with a 153.0 ranking and 46th in the nation in total offense with 219.2 yards per game … tossed five touchdown passes against Central Washington … an honorable mention all-MIAA pick. In 2004: Started one game against No. 3 ranked Pittsburg State on the road and appeared in seven games overall … passed for 542 yards completing 45 of 80 passing attempts with five touchdowns … completed 56 percent of his passes. In 2003: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Was an all-league, all-district and honorable mention allstate selection for Elkhorn High as a senior … was a 2003 Nebraska Shrine Bowl participant … a three-year basketball letterwinner and an honorable mention all-league pick … a two-year letterwinner in baseball and one in track. Personal: Born Oct. 26, 1984 … son of Jason and Nancy Brill … majoring in physical education. Passing C A Int. Pct. Yds TD Long Avg/C Avg/G 2004 45 80 2 .562 542 5 50 6.8 77.4 2005 168 297 13 .566 2775 24 82 16.5 231.2 2006 79 137 6 .577 1348 11 74 17.1 224.7 Totals 292 514 21 .568 4665 40 82 15.9 186.6 Rushing No. Yds Avg TD Long 2004 13 -12 -0.9 0 13 2005 45 -145 -3.2 0 8 2006 17 -55 -3.2 0 11 Totals 75 -212 -2.8 0 13


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including a 23-yard run against Colorado Mines … had six solo tackles on special team coverage units … was a three-time special teams player of the week. Background: Redshirted his freshman season at Northern Iowa … recruited by Washburn out of high school … earned three letters each in basketball and football, two in track … rushed for a career school record 3,189 yards and 25 touchdowns … was a 2004 all-conference, all-district and all-state tailback … also holds school record for rushing yards in a season with 2,011 and in a single game with 382 … the latter being the eighth best rushing game in state history … a two-time all-district sprinter, 2004 all-sectional sprinter. Personal: Born March 4, 1987 … son of Vicki Cole … majoring in athletic training. Rushing No. Yds Avg TD Long Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2006 11 64 5.8 0 23 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 11 64 5.8 0 23 0 0 0 0 0

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St. Marys, Kan. St. Marys High School 6-4 • 275 • RS-Fr. At Washburn: Will look for time on the offensive line coming off his redshirt freshman season. In 2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Named first team all-state and all-league as a senior on the offensive line … as a junior, he was a first team all-league and honorable mention all-state pick on the offensive line … was an honorable mention all-league defensive lineman as a sophomore … a four-year football and wrestling letterman for the Bears … was league champion wrestler as a junior and state qualifier … an academic all-league selection four years … a 2006 Kansas Shrine Bowl participant. Personal: Born Dec. 18, 1987 … son of Fred and Kitty Demars … majoring in computer information science.

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Chris Durkin Linebacker

Eudora, Kan. Eudora High School 6-0 • 220 • Sophomore At Washburn: Will look for playing time on special teams and in the linebacking corps. In 2006: Practiced, but did not appear in any games … named work-team defensive player of the week following the Colorado Mines game the first week of the season. In 2005: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: A first team all-state defensive selection at linebacker … set school tackle record with 133 as a senior … helped team to a district title as a junior, earning honorable mention all-state honors. Personal: Born Sept. 5, 1986 … son of Don and Monica Durkin … undecided on major.

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Eric Eisenbarth Holton, Kan. Holton High School 6-2 • 285 • Senior At Washburn: Has played both offensive and defensive lines for the Ichabods making the switch to the offensive line full time for the start of his junior season … enters the fall as the starting left tackle after starting all 11 games at left guard last season. In 2006: Started all 11 games at left guard … named Ichabods’ offensive lineman of the week three times … received

honorable mention all-MIAA honors. In 2005: Played in 11 games on both the offensive and defensive lines starting four at right tackle … recorded 12 tackles, including two for loss. In 2004: Played in eight games as a true freshman recording 10 tackles including two for loss and two sacks. Background: Was a three-year starting letterman and was a first team all-Big 7 selection on the offensive and defensive lines as a junior and a senior … also a first team all-county offensive and defensive line selection as a junior and senior … a first team all-state class 4A selection by the Capital Journal, the Wichita Eagle and the Kansas Coaches Association on the offensive line and honorable mention all-state as a junior … a third team all-state pick on the defensive line by the Capital Journal as a senior … a member of the 2003 4A champions … a 2004 Kansas Shrine Bowl participant. Personal: Born on Aug. 22, 1985 … son of Charles and Rebecca Eisenbarth … majoring in corrections. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2004 3 7 10 0 2/11 2/11 0 0 0 2005 3 9 12 0 2/4 0/0 0 0 0 2006 1 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 Totals 7 16 23 0 4/15 2/11 0 0 0

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At Washburn: Enters the season as the No. 2 cornerback on the left side … will also see time on special teams. In 2006: Played in seven games recording two solo stops and three total tackles with a pass break up … named work-team defensive player of the week after the Western Washington game … a member of the MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2005: Played in six games recording one tackle. In 2004: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Was a two-year all-conference selection and captain as a senior … a member of the National Honor Society and a two-year track letterman. Personal: Born May 27, 1986 … son of Stanley and Katie Forck … majoring in biology. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2005 0 1 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 2006 2 1 3 1 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 Totals 2 2 4 1 0/0 0/0 0 0 0

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D.J. Frommoethelydo Defensive Line

San Ramon, Calif. Diablo Valley College 6-2 • 265 • Junior At Washburn: Enters the season as the No. 2 defensive tackle … started last season on the offensive line before moving to the defensive side of the ball. In 2006: Played in one game against Fort Hays State and missed the rest of the season with an injury receiving a medical redshirt. Background: Was an all-conference pick at Diablo Valley … was a first team all-conference, all-region and all-city pick in high school. Personal: Born June 1, 1986 … son of Donna Frommoethelydo … majoring in physical education. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2006 0 1 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 Totals 0 1 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0

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Maize, Kan. Cowley County/Maize High School 6-1 • 210 • Senior At Washburn: Enters senior season as one of the two starting outside linebackers … In 2006: Started the final five games of the season and played in all 11 at linebacker recording 42 total tackles with 20 solo stops and six tackles for loss … also had five pass break ups and an interception against Northwest Missouri … recorded two sacks for 19 yards and also had a forced fumble … named the Ichabods’ Six-Second Competitor of the year … received the Big Hit Award after three games … named to the MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll … received Capitol Federal’s True Blue Savings Scholar Athlete Award. In 2005: Played in seven games starting five after missing part of the season with a concussion … recorded 38 tackles, including a career-high 14 against Missouri Western … also had two pass break ups and a tackle for loss … a member of the MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2004: Started five games and played in nine … was fourth on the team in tackles with 49 total stops including 25 solo tackles … also had four pass break-ups and one fumble recovery. Background: Was a first team all-league selection at wide receiver and defensive back and was all-state all-6A at defensive back … he finished in the top 10 in rushing and receiving in the league … transferred from Cowley County where he played baseball. Personal: Born Jan. 28, 1984 … son of Randy and Lorra Ewy … majoring in history. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2004 25 24 49 4 0/0 0/0 0 1 0 2005 13 25 38 2 1/0 0/0 0 0 0 2006 20 22 42 5 6/34 2/19 1 0 1 Totals 58 71 129 11 7/34 2/19 1 1 1

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Linebacker Imperial, Neb. Chase County High School 6-1 • 200 • Sophomore At Washburn: Enters the fall as one of the No. 2 inside linebackers … will also see time on special teams. In 2006: Played in six games recording four total tackles with two solo stops and an interception against Southwest Baptist. In 2005: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Named to the all-district team following his sophomore, junior and senior seasons … an honorable mention all-state pick as a junior and senior … named academic all-state as a junior and senior … 29-5 in his prep career … led Class C-1 in punting as a senior with a 44.3 yards per punt … recorded 118 tackles with two interceptions as a senior … graduated first in class with a perfect 4.0 GPA in high school. Personal: Born on Sept. 3, 1986 … son of Doug and Judy Gaswick … majoring in accounting. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2006 2 2 4 1 0/0 0/0 0 0 1 Totals 2 2 4 1 0/0 0/0 0 0 1

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Grant Hajek Offensive Center

Omaha, Neb. Millard North High School 6-2 • 275 • Sophomore At Washburn: Enters the season as the No. 2 center on the offensive line. In 2006: Played in three games on the offensive line. In 2005: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: A first team all-state, all-league and all-district selection … a Super State Class A First team pick … three-year letterwinner … a 2005 Nebraska Shrine Bowl participant. Personal: Born on Jan. 18, 1987 … son of David and Stephanie Hajek … majoring in biology/pre-med … father played football at NebraskaOmaha.

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Joe Hastings Wide Receiver

Wichita, Kan. Bishop Carroll High School 6-0 • 185 • Sophomore At Washburn: Enters the season as the No. 2 “Z” wide receiver … will also see time on special teams. In 2006: Appeared in three games, but did not have a reception. In 2005: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Had 14 receptions for 229 yards with four touchdowns as a senior. Personal: Born on May 5, 1987 … son of John and Stephanie Hastings … majoring in biology. Rushing No. Yds Avg TD Long Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2006 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Brad Haug Fullback

Seneca, Kan. Baileyville B&B High School 5-10 • 224 • Sophomore At Washburn: Enters the season as the starting fullback. In 2006: Appeared in eight games recording four rushes for 23 yards including 19 against Southwest Baptist … also had three tackles on special teams. In 2005: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: A two-time first team all-league pick on defense … a one-time selection for first team all-league offense, first team all-district offense and defense and first team all-state … a 2005 Kansas Shrine Bowl participant. Personal: Born on Aug. 20, 1986 … son of John and Linda Haug … majoring in business. Rushing No. Yds Avg TD Long Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2006 4 23 5.8 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 4 23 5.8 0 9 0 0 0 0 0

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Aaron Hicks

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against Emporia State. In 2004: Played in eight games recording three tackles and a had a forced fumble. In 2003: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Was named first team all-state, all-county, all-league and all-metro at linebacker … also named baseball team’s outstanding senior player. Personal: Born Jan. 24, 1985 … son of Rick and Lynn Hicks … majoring in secondary education/history. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2004 1 2 3 0 0/0 0/0 1 0 0 2005 7 9 16 0 0/0 0/0 0 1 0 2006 7 13 20 1 1/0 0/0 1 0 0 Totals 15 24 39 1 1/0 0/0 2 1 0

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Fullback Great Bend, Kan. Great Bend High School 6-1 • 220 • RS-Fr. At Washburn: Joined the Ichabods in the spring for drills … enters the fall as the No. 2 fullback. Background: In high school, was a three-time all-league pick leading the conference in sacks two seasons … named team MVP as a senior … an honorable mention all-state pick as a junior and an all-state pick as a senior … selected to the 2006 Kansas Shrine Bowl. Personal: Born Nov. 3, 1987 … son of James and Kathrine Homolka … older brother Cullen is in his second season as a graduate assistant coach for the Ichabods … majoring in math education.

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Jake Iverson Quarterback

Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln North Star High School 6-5 • 210 • RS-Fr. At Washburn: Enters the season as the backup quarterback after redshirting last season. In 2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named work team offensive player of the week twice following the Colorado Mines and Southwest Baptist games … appeared in eight baseball games for the Washburn baseball team recording a 1-1 record in 18 innings pitched. Background: Passed for 2,641 yards as a senior … named team’s most valuable player … an all-city pick as a senior … named EA Sports Elite 11 Quarterback at Las Vegas camp and received Elite Quarterback rating at Nike Camp in Manhattan, Kan. … named honorable mention Class A super state … named honorable mention all-state by the Omaha WorldHerald. Personal: Born Feb. 22, 1988 … son of Ronald and Cathy Iverson … majoring in business.

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Austin Hills Punter Burlington, Kan. Burlington High School 6-2 • 225 • RS-Fr.

At Washburn: Enters the fall season as the No. 2 punter on the depth chart. In 2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Played tackle on offense and defense as well as handling punting duties … also played basketball and baseball. Personal: Born July 15, 1988 … son of Jim and Barb Hills … majoring in pre-med (biology).

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Kansas City, Mo. Liberty High School 6-2 • 295 • Sophomore At Washburn: Enters the season as the starting left tackle on the defensive line. In 2006: Played in 10 games on the defensive line recording 13 total tackles with five solo stops and eight assisted tackles … also had four tackles for loss and two sacks … named Ichabod defensive lineman of the week after the Central

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Olathe, Kan. Olathe North High School 6-0 • 227 • Senior At Washburn: Enters camp as one of the No. 2 inside linebackers … will also handle snapping duties on special teams. In 2006: Played in nine games as a junior … recorded 20 total tackles with seven solo stops and one tackle for loss also had a forced fumble and a pass break up. In 2005: Played in all 12 games recording 16 tackles, including a careerhigh nine stops against Southwest Baptist … also had a fumble recovery

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Missouri game. In 2005: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: A first team all-league and all-state honorable mention defensive lineman as a junior … as a senior was named second team allleague. Personal: Born on Oct. 11, 1986 … son of Alvinn and Cynthia Jackson … majoring in law enforcement. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2006 5 8 13 0 4/8 2/5 0 0 0 Totals 5 8 13 0 4/8 2/5 0 0 0

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Blake Kasselman Wide Receiver

Bonner Springs, Kan. Bonner Springs High School 6-5 • 195 • RS-Fr. At Washburn: Will look for time in the receivers rotation and on special teams. In 2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Had 33 catches for 454 yards and five touchdowns as a senior … recorded a 3.8 grade point average Personal: Born July 17, 1987 … son of Lew and Linda Kasselman … majoring in mass media.

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Andy Kavanaugh Offensive Tackle

Lohrville, Iowa Southern Cal High School 6-3 • 294 • Junior At Washburn: Enters the fall camp as the starting right tackle where he has started the last 16 games. In 2006: Started all 11 games at right tackle for the Ichabods … named Ichabods’ offensive lineman of the week two times - once following Colorado Mines game and Truman. In 2005: Started the first five games of the season at right tackle before starting the remaining seven games at left tackle. In 2004: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Was a three-time all-district defensive tackle and two-time all-state defensive tackle recording 171 career tackles … high school career record was 31-9 winning the 2000 state championship … a three-time state qualifier in wrestling placing fourth at 275 as a junior and second as a senior … finished prep career as school leader in wins with 155 and pins with 100 … played in 2004 Iowa Shrine Bowl game. Personal: Born on June 11, 1985 … son of John and Connie Kavanaugh … majoring in elementary education.

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Chris Ketter Defensive End

Lecompton, Kan. Perry-Lecompton High School 6-3 • 220 • RS-Fr. At Washburn: Will look for time on special teams and the defensive line rotation. In 2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: A four-year letterman who was named first team all-league on the offensive and defensive lines … an all-area pick by the Lawrence Journal World … named all-state class 4A honorable mention … three-year letterman in basketball and baseball … a member of the National Honor Society and three-year honor roll member. Personal: Born Sept. 19, 1987 … son of Philip and Nancy Ketter … majoring in pre-med/biology.

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Cameron Knox Tight End

Minneapolis, Kan. Minneapolis High School 6-2 • 255 • RS-Fr. At Washburn: Will look for time at tight end and on special teams. In 2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt … was named work team defensive player of the week following the Fort Hays State game. Background: Was an honorable mention all-league pick at fullback as a freshman and as a senior after earning all-league honors as a sophomore. Personal: Born Dec. 27, 1987 … son of Tammy and the late Troy Knox … undecided on major.

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Michael Krajicek Linebacker

Gretna, Neb. Gretna High School 6-0 • 220 • Sophomore At Washburn: Enters season as the No. 2 inside linebacker on the right side. In 2006: Played in all 11 games at an inside linebackers position recording 47 total tackles with 21 solo stops and three tackles for loss … also had an interception in his first collegiate game against Colorado Mines … recorded a sack against Southwest Baptist …had a career-high six total tackles four times. In 2005: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: A three-year letterwinner … a two-time first team


all-league pick … a two-time all-district selection … two-time all-area pick … first team all-state pick at running back … an all-state football selection by the Omaha World-Herald, the Lincoln Journal Star and the Huskerland Report … school record holder for rushing yards in a single game (285), single-season rushing (1,508), longest run from scrimmage for a touchdown (95), touchdowns in a season (23), career solo tackles (132) … a three-time qualifier for the state wrestling tournament … a three-time qualifier for the state track meet … member of the 4x100m gold medal team as a sophomore … is the 200m league record holder … a 2005 Nebraska Shrine Bowl participant. Personal: Born on March 24, 1987 … son of Joe and Jeanne Krajicek … majoring in criminal justice. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2006 21 26 47 2 3/8 1/4 0 0 1 Totals 21 26 47 2 3/8 1/4 0 0 1

Josh Larsen Defensive End

Gretna, Neb. Gretna High School 6-1 • 220 • Sophomore At Washburn: Will look for time on the defensive line and special teams. In 2006: Practiced, but did not appear in any games. Background: Named an all-state offensive lineman as a senior and was a two-time all-conference pick at defensive end. Personal: Born June 14, 1986 … son of James and Michelle Larsen … undecided on major. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2006 0 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 Totals 0 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0

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Eric Lawrence Defensive End Belleglade, Fla. Glades Central Comm. High School 6-2 • 255 • Junior At Washburn: Returns to his starting defensive end position having started all 23 games of his Washburn career … has recorded 80 career tackles with 23 tackles for loss and 11 sacks. In 2006: Started all 11 games on the defensive line and recorded 18 solo tackles with 29 total stops … had 12 tackles for loss and five sacks with five pass break ups … earned honorable mention all-MIAA honors … a two-time Ichabod winner of the defensive lineman of the week award following the Western Washington

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Jake Lebahn Wide Receiver

Salina, Kan. Salina Central High School 6-4 • 215 • Senior At Washburn: Enters the fall as the starting “X” wide receiver … has 37 career receptions for 665 yards and seven touchdowns … also has nine career special teams tackles. In 2006: Played in all 11 games while starting three recording 15 receptions for 245 yards and two touchdowns … also had four tackles on special teams … was a twotime Ichabods’ special teams player of the week and earned the offensive skill player of the week after the Emporia State game … named to the MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2005: Played in all 12 games starting two recording 19 receptions for 372 yards and five touchdowns … also scored a touchdown on a blocked punt return against Southwest Baptist … recorded five tackles on special teams and blocked a punt … averaged 19.6 yards per reception including a 52-yard score against Emporia State … a member of the MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll and a recipient of one of two Capitol Federal’s “True Blue” Scholarships. In 2004: Played in seven games grabbing three receptions for 48 yards including a 24-yard catch against Pittsburg State … made a point after touchdown block against Missouri Western on homecoming, keeping the score tied at 23. In 2003: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Part of two state champion 5A football teams as a Mustang

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and Southwest Baptist games … had a career-high seven tackles against Missouri Southern with a sack and two tackles for loss. In 2005: Started all 12 games as a redshirt freshman at right defensive end recording 51 tackles, including 21 solo stops and 11 tackles for loss with two pass break ups and a forced fumble … also had six sacks and an interception against Emporia State … an honorable mention all-MIAA pick. In 2004: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Was named Class 3A Defensive Player of the Year as well as first team all-league, all-area and all-state … was a starter in the 2004 Outback Bowl and named MVP of his high school’s defense. Personal: Born Feb. 6, 2004 … son of Eric Sr., and Dorothy Lawrence … majoring in sociology. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2005 21 30 51 2 11/31 6/22 1 0 1 2006 18 11 29 5 12/55 5/23 0 0 0 Totals 39 41 80 7 23/86 11/45 1 0 1


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and a second team all-conference wide receiver as a senior … a Salina Journal all-county first team selection in basketball … a state qualifier in the high jump and in the 110m hurdles. Personal: Born July 10, 1984 … son of Trent and Wendy Lebahn … majoring in mass media. Rushing No. Yds Avg TD Long Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2004 0 0 0.0 0 0 3 48 16.0 0 24 2005 0 0 0.0 0 0 19 372 19.6 5 52 2006 0 0 0.0 0 0 15 245 16.3 2 40 Totals 0 0 0.0 0 0 37 665 18.0 7 52

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Personal: Born July 24, 1987 … son of Donnie and Mona Marrs … majoring in business.

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Ty Lewis Offensive Guard

Denver, Colo. Jefferson Academy 6-2 • 283 • RS-Fr. At Washburn: Enters the season as the No. 2 left guard on the offensive line. In 2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Named second team all-state and first team all-league as a senior … named first team all-league as a sophomore … a second team all-league and all-state in basketball as a junior … an academic honorable mention all-state pick as a freshman, sophomore, junior and senior. Personal: Born Jan. 18, 1987 … son of Vincent and Diana Lewis … undecided on major.

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Terrence Lowe Running Back

Alamogordo, N.M. Alamogordo High School 5-8 • 180 • RS-Fr. At Washburn: Will look for time on special teams and in the running back rotation. In 2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt … was named the work team offensive player of the week following the Central Missouri game. Background: Was a two-year first team all-district pick and a first team all-state selection as a senior … named freshman and junior varsity team MVP … received Tiger Pride Award. Personal: Born March 18, 1988 … son of Jasper and Brenda Lowe … undecided on major.

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Brahn Marrs Placekicker

Salina, Kan. Sacred Heart High School 6-0 • 190 • RS-Fr. At Washburn: Enters the season as the starting placekicker. In 2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: A two-time honorable mention all-state placekicker as a junior and senior … named honorable mention all-state as a linebacker as a senior … first team all-league and all-area kicker as a sophomore, junior and senior … named to academic honor roll.

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James Martin Topeka, Kan. Hayden High School 6-2 • 240 • Senior At Washburn: Returns to his starting tight end position where he has started the last 11 games. In 2006: Started all 11 games at tight end … averaged 27.7 yards per reception picking up three catches for 83 yards including a 53yard reception against Southwest Baptist … received the Big Hit Award the week following the Emporia State game … a member of the MIAA C o m m i s s i o n e r ’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2005: Played in 11 games and recorded a special teams tackle … used primarily as a blocking back … a member of the MIAA C o m m i s s i o n e r ’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2004: Played in 10 games as a true freshman used mainly as a

blocking back. Background: Was a two-time honorable mention all-4A pick. He was a two-time all-city selection and two-time all-conference pick earning unanimous all-Centennial League at tight end as a senior and second-team honors at linebacker. Personal: Born on March 19, 1986 … son of Jim and Sandy Martin. … majoring in business. Rushing No. Yds Avg TD Long Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2004 1 5 5.0 0 5 0 0 0.0 0 0 2005 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 2006 0 0 0.0 0 0 3 83 27.7 0 53 Totals 1 5 5.0 0 5 3 83 27.7 0 53

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Defensive End Eudora, Kan. Eudora High School 6-2 • 252 • Junior At Washburn: Returns to his defensive end position after starting the last 11 games … has 36 career tackles with 13 for loss and six sacks in 14 career starts. In 2006: Started all 11 games recording nine tackles with five for loss… also had two sacks for nine yards … a member of the MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2005: Played in two games before missing remainder of the season with a knee injury before redshirting … recorded three tackles including two sacks with a pass break up. In 2004: Played in all 12 games starting three recording 20 total tackles with a pass break up and two tackles for loss … also had a sack. In 2003: Played in two games recording four tackles for loss and one sack before suffering a season-ending elbow injury and received a medical redshirt. Background: An all-Class 4A selection as a defensive lineman and was all-Frontier League on defense and offense as a junior and senior … named to the Lawrence Journal World’s all-area team as a junior and senior and an honorable mention all-state selection as a junior … named Wichita Eagle’s all-state offensive team and to the coaches all-4A defensive squad plus the Kansas City Star’s all-metro second team defense and was named to KCPrepFootball.com’s all-metro honorable mention team … league champ in shot put. Personal: Born on Nov. 12, 1984 … son of Rod and Nancy Moyer. … majoring in political science. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2003* 0 4 4 0 4/6 1/3 0 0 0 2004 8 12 20 1 2/3 1/2 0 0 0 2005** 1 2 3 1 2/1 2/1 0 0 0 2006 6 3 9 0 5/11 2/9 0 0 0 Totals 15 21 36 2 13/21 6/15 0 0 0 *received medical redshirt after injuring elbow **sat out the season as a redshirt after suffering knee injury

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Ben Muir Defensive End

Belton, Mo. Belton High School 6-2 • 250 • Sophomore At Washburn: Making the switch from linebacker to defensive end to start his sophomore season … enters fall camps at No. 2 on the depth chart. In 2006: Appeared in one game … a two-time winner of the work team

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San Antonio, Texas Southwest High School 5-10 • 200 • Senior At Washburn: Enters the fall as the starting running back where he has started two games last season and seven as a sophomore … has 2,217 career rushing yards, which ranks third alltime at Washburn … has had six 100-yard rushing games and has recorded 22 rushing touchdowns. In 2006: Played in eight games starting two while rushing for 690 yards and seven touchdowns … 86.2 yards per game rushing average would have ranked fourth in the MIAA had he played in 75 percent of the games … also had two receptions for 11 yards out of the backfield … rushed for a career-high 193 yards against Southwest Baptist on 15 carries … named Ichabods’ offensive skill player of the week following the SBU and Truman games. In 2005: Rushed for 443 yards on 78 carries and four touchdowns playing in eight games as a sophomore … also had seven receptions for 27 yards out of the backfield and three punt returns for 19 yards. In 2004: Was named honorable mention all-MIAA after rushing for 1,084 yards on 215 attempts with 11 touchdowns … averaged 90.3 yards per game … rushed for 170 yards and three touchdown runs against Missouri Western … also had 12 receptions for 60 yards … rushing total was third highest single-season mark in school history and set the Washburn freshman rushing record … also had three kickoff returns for 58 yards. Background: Rushed for 2,330 yards and 27 touchdowns as a junior en route to first team all-city and all-state honors averaging 7.9 yards per carry … as a senior, rushed for 1,500 yards and 17 touchdowns and was named a U.S. Army All-American … rushed for 389 yards and six touchdowns in one game … rushed for 756 yards and seven touchdowns as a sophomore … also ran track. Personal: Born on July 10, 1984 … son of Debra Mosley … majoring in corrections. Rushing/Receiving Rushing No. Yds Avg TD Long Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2004 215 1,084 5.0 11 63 12 60 5.0 0 35 2005 78 443 5.7 4 32 7 27 3.9 0 14 2006 100 690 6.9 7 53 2 11 5.5 0 6 Totals 393 2217 5.6 22 63 21 98 4.7 0 35

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defensive player of the week following the Western Washington and Missouri Southern games. In 2005: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Was named all-conference after his junior and senior seasons at Belton High School. Personal: Born on Feb. 11, 1987 … son of Marion Muir … majoring in history. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2006 0 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 Totals 0 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0

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Brett Payne Defensive Tackle

Amarillo, Texas Randall High School 6-3 • 275 • RS-Fr. At Washburn: Will look for time in the defensive line rotation after redshirting his freshman year. Background: A three-year letterman … named first team all-district as a junior and named second team all-district at offensive line as a senior and honorable mention defensive line ...named to all-metro team by the Amarillo Globe … member of west squad in West Texas All-Star Classic … a three-time district champ in wrestling … four-time regional qualifier and regional champ as a junior … two-time state qualifier and finished fourth as a senior … also threw shot put in track. Personal: Born Nov. 19, 1987 … son of Johnny and Becky Payne … undecided on major.

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Drameagon Powers Wide Receiver Elkhart, Texas Elkhart High School 6-3 • 205 • Sophomore

At Washburn: Enters the fall as the No. 2 “X” wide receiver … will also see time on special teams. In 2006: Played in six games recording five receptions for 59 yards … had a career-long 26-yard reception against Southwest Baptist. In 2005: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: As a junior at Elkhart High, he had 43 catches for 571 yards and eight touchdowns … named all-district and all-area second team … as a senior, had 46 receptions for 980 yards and 13 touchdowns en route to first team all-district, all-area and all-state honors … also an all-area and all-district free safety … named first team all-district and all-area as a junior and senior in basketball. Personal: Born on Aug. 1, 1987 … son of Philip Powers and Sharon Paris … majoring in corrections. Rushing No. Yds Avg TD Long Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2006 0 0 0.0 0 0 5 59 11.8 0 26 Totals 0 0 0.0 0 0 5 59 11.8 0 26

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Ben Ramsey Tight End Scott City, Kan. Troy/Dodge City CC/ Scott Comm. HS 6-2 • 244 • Senior

At Washburn: Enters the fall as the No. 2 tight end after playing in 10 games as a redshirt junior. In 2006: Played in 10 games and started four … had seven receptions for 92 yards with three touchdowns … had a careerlong 52-yard reception against Southwest Baptist …had four receptions against Fort Hays State for 34 yards. Background: A transfer from Troy where he received a medical redshirt during the 2005 season … had 20 receptions and three touchdowns at Dodge City Community College … was a preseason All-American and was named all-Jayhawk Conference … an honorable mention all-state selection his senior year at Scott Community High School … was state runner up on the wrestling team as a senior and posted a record of 36-5 that season. Personal: Born on March 19, 1983 … son of Dan and Sara Ramsey … majoring in accounting. Rushing No. Yds Avg TD Long Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2006 0 0 0.0 0 0 7 92 13.1 3 52 Totals 0 0 0.0 0 0 7 92 13.1 3 52

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Jeff Rickard Offensive Guard

Westminster, Colo. Standley Lake High School 6-3 • 296 • Senior At Washburn: Returns to his starting right guard spot on the offensive line where he has started 23 straight games … has also started 11 games at left tackle as a redshirt freshman … has started all 34 possible games of his Washburn career on the offensive line. In 2006: Started all 11 games at right guard where he earned second team all-MIAA honors … named the team’s offensive lineman of the week following the Central Missouri game. In 2005: Started all 12 games at right guard … was an honorable mention

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Jake Righter Linebacker

Overland Park, Kan. Blue Valley West High School 5-10 • 180 • Senior At Washburn: Will look for time on special teams and in the linebacking corps at Washburn. In 2006: Practiced, but did not appear in any games. In 2005: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Named football Iron Man and team’s defensive MVP …was a second team all-EKL pick at linebacker and an honorable mention allSun County selection … was also a state qualifier as a junior and senior and the EKL champion in the shot put. Personal: Born on Nov. 30, 1984 … son of Randy and Peggy Righter … majoring in physical education.

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Bruce Ringwood Linebacker

Blue Springs, Mo. Blue Springs High School 6-0 • 227 • Junior At Washburn: Returns to his starting inside linebackers position after starting 10 games as a sophomore. In 2006: Started the final 10 games of the season while playing in all 11 recording 53 total tackles with 29 solo stops … recorded 13 tackles for loss and three sacks with a fumble recovery … named second team all-MIAA … received the Ichabod weekly awards for Big Hit four times, defensive skill player and defensive lineman of the week awards one time each … had a career-high 13 tackles with seven solo stops against Northwest Missouri with two sacks and five tackles for loss and a forced fumble. Background: A transfer from Kansas where he redshirted the 2003 season and received a medical redshirt in 2004 after appearing part of the season on the scout team … a 2003 graduate of Blue Springs High School … presented the Buchanan Award as the area’s top big-school lineman/linebacker in 2002 … ranked as the No. 69 high school linebacker in the nation by

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Joey Russell Offensive Line

Topeka, Kan. Highland CC/Hayden High School 6-5 • 300 • Junior At Washburn: Will compete for time on the offensive line. In 2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Was an all-Jayhawk conference pick at Highland. … named all-city and all-league at Hayden. Personal: Born May 27, 1986 … son of Dennis and Janna Russell … majoring in athletic training.

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Nick Schamaun Free Safety

Great Bend, Kan. Great Bend High School 5-10 • 197 • Sophomore At Washburn: Moving from linebacker to free safety to start his sophomore season … will also compete for time on special teams. In 2006: Practiced, but did not appear in any games … named the Ichabods’ work-team defensive player of the week after the Southwest Baptist and Pittsburg Sate games. In 2005: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Named first team all-area and all-league … a three-year letterwinner. Personal: Born on Jan. 17, 1987 … son of Steve and Sheryl Schamaun … majoring in history. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2006 0 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 Totals 0 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0

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Rivals.com … was listed as the No. 1 linebacker in the Kansas City area by MoKanFootball. com … made 112 total tackles and three sacks for Blue Springs as a senior … was an instrumental part of the Wildcats’ four conference championships and three district championships in 2000, 2001 and 2002 and the Missouri 5A state championship in 2001 … earned 12 letters in football, wrestling and track. Personal: Born Jan. 13, 1985 … son of Bruce and Vickie Ringwood … major in psychology. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL 2006 29 24 53 2 13/35 Totals 29 24 53 2 13/35

all-MIAA pick. In 2004: Played in eight games on the offensive line as a true freshman. Background: Was a second team all-league selection as a sophomore and then was named first team all-league as a junior and senior … also long-snapped … finished fifth in the state in wrestling as a junior. Personal: Born on Sept. 10, 1985 … son of John and Susan Rickard … majoring in physics … sister Jennifer threw shot, discus and hammer at Adams State … sister Colleen swam at Hillsdale.


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Linebacker Valley Falls, Kan. Kansas State/Valley Falls High School 5-10 • 198 • Junior At Washburn: Will compete for time at linebacker and on special teams. In 2006: Practiced, but did not appear in any games. In 2005: Practiced, but did not appear in any games. In 2004: Redshirted the season at Kansas State. Background: A four year starter at Valley Falls … earned second team all-league as a running back and at safety as a sophomore … as a junior, was a second team all-league pick at running back and honorable mention at linebacker … named all-league at running back and safety as a senior season … also named second team all-state class 2A at safety and at runningback as a senior … a four-year letterman in basketball leading the team his junior and senior seasons in scoring and in assists. Personal: Born July 7, 1985 … son of Bill Schoonover and Mary Lederer … majoring in physical education.

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Luke Schuckman Linebacker

Wichita, Kan. Bishop Carroll High School 5-11 • 215 • RS-Fr. At Washburn: Will look for time in the linebacking corps and on special teams. In 2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: A two-time first team all-state linebacker pick following his junior and senior seasons … named to Kansas Football Coaches Association all-state first team as a senior … named to Kansas Top Eleven second team as a senior … two time all-metro first team pick as a junior and senior … named first team all-league as a junior and senior … also on Golden Eagles state baseball championship team in 2005 … named to 2006 Kansas Shrine Bowl. Personal: Born Sept. 9, 1987 … son of Larry and Toni Schuckman … majoring in business.

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Brody Schuler Wide Receiver

Topeka, Kan. Hayden High School 5-10 • 185 • RS-Fr. At Washburn: Will compete for time on special teams and in the wide receiving rotation. In 2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Played both football and baseball at Hayden High School. Personal: Born May 6, 1988 … son of George and Kelli Schuler … undecided on major.

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Marcus Shanahan Free Safety

Elkhorn, Neb. Elkhorn High School 6-1 • 192 • Sophomore At Washburn: Will compete for time on special teams and in the defensive backfield. In 2006: Practiced, but did not appear in any games … was a two-time winner of the Ichabods’ work team defensive player of the week following the Southwest Baptist and Pittsburg State games. In 2005: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: An all-state defensive pick and all-Omaha area selection … all-district selection as a junior and senior … defensive captain … a twotime state qualifier in track. Personal: Born Jan. 28, 1987 … son of Greg and June Shanahan … majoring in business.

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Trent Stanley Offensive Guard

Tecumseh, Kan. Coffeyville CC/ Shawnee Heights HS 6-3 • 287 • Senior At Washburn: Returns to his right guard position after starting all 11 games last season after transferring from Coffeyville Community College. In 2006: Started all 11 games at right guard … was twice named the Ichabods’ offensive lineman of the week following the Pittsburg State and Missouri Southern games … received Ichabod Big Hit of the week award following the Pittsburg State game. Background: Named a second team NJCAA All-American … was voted first-team all-Jayhawk Conference honors as a senior and second team as a junior … lead blocker on one of the conference’s top offenses that averaged over 41 points and 290 rushing yards per game. Personal: Born Oct. 16, 1985 … son of Jerry and Renae Stanley … majoring in law enforcement.

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Trent Stepps Wide Receiver

Fort Scott, Kan. Coffeyville CC/Fort Scott High School 5-10 • 190 • Junior At Washburn: Making transition from quarterback to wide receiver for

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Henry Talley Defensive Back

Kansas City, Mo. Park Hill South High School 6-1 • 204 • Senior At Washburn: Moving from linebacker back to cornerback to start senior season where he enters No. 1 on the depth chart on the left side … has played in 31 career games with 46 tackles and two interceptions. In 2006: Played in 10 games as a junior recording nine tackles with five solo tackles … also had a tackle for loss … pulled down an interception against Missouri Southern … received the Ichabods’ Big Hit award following the Emporia State game. In 2005: Played in all 11 games recording 31 tackles including 24 solo stops with a tackle for loss … had a career-high 10 tackles with eight solo tackles against Southwest Baptist … also had a pass break up and a fumble

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Thadd Taylor Offensive Line

Topeka, Kan. Seaman High School 6-3 • 275 • RS-Fr. At Washburn: Will look for time in the offensive line rotation after redshirting as a freshman. In 2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named Ichabods’ work team offensive player of the week following the Missouri Southern game. Background: An honorable mention all-city pick and co-captain of the Viking football team … named second team all-city in wrestling and finished sixth as a junior and senior at state … also threw shot and discus in track. Personal: Born Jan. 22, 1988 … son of Richard and Tamara Taylor … majoring in business.

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Venango, Neb. Nebraska Wesleyan/ Chase County HS 6-4 • 306 • Junior At Washburn: Enters the season as the starting center after playing part of junior season as a right guard. In 2006: Played in five games on the offensive line at right guard. In 2005: Played in two games on the offensive line. In 2004: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: A transfer from Nebraska Wesleyan where he played in three games … at Chase County High School, he was an all-state and alldistrict selection. Personal: Born on May 26, 1985 … son of Wayne and Agnes Strand … majoring in elementary education.

recovery. In 2004: Played in seven games gaining five solo tackles and one assisted tackle … had four pass break-ups and an interception which he returned 36 yards against Langston. In 2003: Played in two games for the Ichabods before suffering an injury receiving a medical redshirt. In 2002: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Was a two-year member of the all-conference first team as well as a two-time all-district selection and two-time all-metro selection … as a three-year starter he recorded 31 receptions for 641 yards and four touchdowns … averaged 19.4 yards per punt return for his career taking one back for a touchdown … on defense he recorded 14 career interceptions returning one for a touchdown gaining two blocked punts … as a junior, he recorded nine interceptions. Personal: Born Sept. 4, 1983 … son of Henry and Deborah Talley. … majoring in human services. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2003 0 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 2004 5 1 6 4 0/0 0/0 0 0 1 2005 24 7 31 1 1/5 0/0 0 1 0 2006 5 4 9 2 1/0 0/0 0 0 1 Totals 34 12 46 7 2/5 0/0 0 1 2


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Free Safety Topeka, Kan. Hayden High School 5-11 • 198 • Senior

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Jarod Tetuan

At Washburn: Returns to the free safety position after starting all 11 games last season … has also returned punts, with a career average of 13.2, which is the highest punt return average in school history … is also the holder on field goal and point after kick attempts In 2006: Started all 11 games at free safety recording 66 tackles, which was second on the team … finished with 38 solo tackles, one tackle for loss and five pass break ups along with two interceptions … had four punt returns for 20 yards … named Ichabods’ defensive skill player of the week three times following the Western Washington, Truman and Emporia State games. In 2005: Played in nine games playing on both sides of the football recording 46 tackles with a pass break up and a forced fumble … also had seven receptions for 141 yards and two touchdowns … averaged 11.0 yards per punt return and 15.7 yards per kickoff return. … had a career-high 12 tackles with nine solo against Pittsburg State. In 2004: Played in all 12 games collecting 14 receptions for 217 yards and three touchdowns … had five special teams tackles … also had six rushing attempts for 41 yards … was seventh in the MIAA in kick return average with 20.6 yards per return. In 2003: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: A two-time all-city pick, he tallied 1,844 yards of total offense as a senior, including 1,425 rushing yards … scored 23 touchdowns and passed for four touchdowns … named The Capital-Journal's all-4A quarterback and was a unanimous all-Centennial League and first team 4A all-state quarterback selection … earned first-team all-league honors as a returner … played in the 2003 Shrine Bowl. Personal: Born May 22, 1985 … son of John and Theresa Tetuan … majoring in physical education … his brother John was a pitcher at Wichita State and in the Colorado Rockies farm system and his brother Jesse played free safety at Kansas State. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2004 1 4 5 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 2005 26 20 46 1 0/0 0/0 1 0 0 2006 38 28 66 5 1/1 0/0 0 0 2 Totals 65 52 117 6 1/1 0/0 1 0 2 Rush No. Yds Avg TD Long Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2004 6 41 6.8 0 17 14 217 15.5 3 40 2005 1 4 4.0 0 4 7 141 20.1 2 49 2006 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 Totals 7 45 6.4 0 17 21 358 17.0 5 49

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KOR Yds Avg Long TD PR Yds Avg Long TD 2004 16 329 0.0 76 0 8 161 20.1 48 0 2005 6 94 0.0 26 0 10 110 11.0 20 0 2006 0 0 0.0 0 0 4 20 5.0 9 0 Totals 22 423 0 76 0 22 291 13.2 48 0

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Erik Thomas Offensive Guard

Garden City, Kan. Garden City CC/ Garden City HS 6-1 • 280 • Junior At Washburn: Enters the fall as the No. 2 right guard on the offensive line. In 2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: A transfer from Garden City Community College where he earned second team all-conference as a sophomore … was a 6A all-state pick at Garden City High School. Personal: Born Oct. 6, 1985 … son of LeRoy and Victoria Thomas … majoring in exercise physiology.

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Josh Torrez Running Back

Topeka, Kan. Hayden High School 6-0 • 215 • RS-Fr. At Washburn: Will look for time in the running back rotation and on special teams. In 2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the Ichabods’ offensive work team player of the week following the Southwest Baptist game. Background: Named first team all-state Class 4A running back and Kansas Coaches all-state team as a senior … named co-city offensive player of the year and to all-city team after rushing for 1,675 yards and scoring 31 touchdowns … a first-team all-Centennial League selection at running back and was second-team all-league on defense at safety as a senior … an all-Centennial League pick at safety as a junior … named best in city and league three straight seasons in track in the javelin throw. Personal: Born Aug. 29, 1987 … son of Greg and Molly Torrez … majoring in pre-dentistry … younger brother Josh is a freshman free safety for the Ichabods.

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Ray Trice Linebacker

Kansas City, Mo. Park Hill South High School 6-1 • 195 • RS-Fr. At Washburn: Enters the season as a No. 2 outside linebacker … will also see time on special teams. In 2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the Ichabods’ defensive work team player of the week following the Truman and Missouri Western games. Background: A three-time all-league pick following his sophomore, junior

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and senior seasons … named all-district and all-Northland as a junior and senior … named second team all-metro as a senior and all-state as a senior … also named first team class 5A all-state … set school record for most sacks in a season … also a three-year starter in basketball earning all-league honors as a sophomore and junior, all-district as a junior, all-Northland as a junior, honorable mention all-metro as a sophomore, second team allmetro as a junior … is the career scoring leader … also ran track. Personal: Born Oct. 2, 1987 … son of Jeremy Crockett and Piper Walker … majoring in mass media.

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Martell Underwood Defensive Tackle

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Ian Vistine Offensive Tackle

Blue Springs, Mo. Blue Springs High School 6-6 • 295 • RS-Fr. At Washburn: Enters the season as a No. 2 right tackle after redshirting as a freshman. In 2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named Ichabods’ offensive work team player of the week following the Emporia State game. Background: Named honorable mention all-league on the offensive line … named honorable mention all-area offensive line by the Independence Examiner … a two year lettermen on the offensive line for the Wildcats … also lettered in track two seasons. Personal: Born Aug. 29, 1987 … son of Greg Vistine and Tammy Kaiser … majoring in math education.

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Brandon Walker Running Back

Garland, Texas Lake View High School 6-1 • 215 • Junior At Washburn: An all-around athlete who saw time at quarterback, running back, wide receiver and on kickoff returns teams … enters fall as the No. 2 running back on the depth chart.

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Zach Watkins Linebacker

Independence, Mo. Truman High School 6-0 • 230 • Sophomore At Washburn: Returns to his inside linebackers position after starting all 11 games as a redshirt freshman en route to MIAA Freshman of the Year honors. In 2006: A second team CoSIDA/Daktronics all-region pick after leading the MIAA and the Ichabods with 100 tackles including 44 solo stops … earned honorable mention all-MIAA honors … finished with 11 tackles for loss with two sacks … returned an interception 19 yards for a touchdown against Emporia State and a fumble 72 yards for a touchdown against Northwest Missouri … the 2006 MIAA and Ichabod Freshman of the Year was named to MIAA’s all-academic team … recorded a careerhigh 16 tackles against Missouri Southern tying him for the fifth highest single game total since 1997 … named Ichabods’ defensive skill player of the week after the Fort Hays State and Missouri Southern games. In 2005: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

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Vallejo, Calif. Sacramento City/Bethel High School 6-2 • 285 • Junior At Washburn: Enters the season as a No. 2 defensive tackle after joining the Ichabods in the spring. Background: At Sacramento City College, he was an honorable mention all-league pick as a sophomore after recording 27 tackles including six tackles for loss and two sacks … at Jesse Bethel High School, he was an all-league pick as a junior and senior … he recorded 110 tackles and seven sacks as a senior en route to honorable mention all-metro honors. Personal: Born Feb. 1, 1987 … son of Marvin Underwood and Barbara Mitchell … majoring in corrections … his brother Marviel is a safety for the Green Bay Packers after being selected in the fourth round of the 2005 NFL Draft.

In 2006: Played in all 11 games rushing for 431 yards on 116 carries and five touchdowns … also passed for 79 yards and one touchdown …picked up two receptions for 18 yards … rushed for career-high 114 yards on 21 carries against Emporia State … named Ichabods’ offensive skill player of the week following the Central Missouri, Northwest Missouri and Missouri Western games. In 2005: Played in 10 games recording 348 yards rushing on 57 carries and three touchdowns, including a 78-yard rush against Western Washington - the longest rush of the season for the Ichabods … also completed 2-of-3 passes for 19 yards … had one reception for seven yards and one kickoff return for 22 yards. In 2004: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Rushed for 500 yards and eight touchdowns and passed for 484 yards and was named one of Dallas’ top 100 recruits as a senior. Personal: Born on Aug. 21, 1985 … son of Charles and Cheryl Bean … majoring in corrections. Passing C A Int. Pct. Yds TD Long Avg/C Avg/G 2005 2 3 0 .667 19 0 14 9.5 1.9 2006 4 13 2 .308 79 1 23 19.8 7.2 Totals 6 16 2 .375 98 1 23 16.3 4.5 Rush No. Yds Avg TD Long Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2005 57 348 6.1 3 78 1 7 7.0 0 7 2006 116 431 3.7 5 28 2 18 9.0 0 12 Totals 173 779 4.5 8 78 3 25 8.3 0 12


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Background: Football and basketball captain two seasons … named Most Inspirational Player in 2004 … named all-conference and all-area as a junior and all-conference, all-area, all-metro, all-district, all-Metro Sports Television and first team all-state as a senior after recording 151 total tackles including 120 solo stops with one interception, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and 32 tackles for loss …graduated with a 4.35 GPA which was 11th in his graduation class of 386. Personal: Born Jan. 31, 1987 … son of Bruce and Jayme Watkins … majoring in business. S/YL FF FR INT 2/10 0 3 1 2/10 0 3 1

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Linebacker Topeka, Kan. Highland Park High School 6-0 • 203 • Sophomore

At Washburn: Enters the fall as a starting outside linebacker … will also see time on special teams. In 2006: Played in nine games after making the switch from free safety to outside linebacker … recorded six tackles with four solo stops … saw action on special teams recording two fair catch kickoffs. In 2005: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: A three-year letterman in football … a second team all-league pick at defensive back … a member of the National Honor Society and National Honor Roll. Personal: Born on Dec. 7, 1986 … son of Greg Wilhoite and Jan Buckheim … majoring in business management. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2006 4 2 6 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 Totals 4 2 6 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0

Linebacker Jupiter, Fla. Dwyer High School 6-0 • 203 • Sophomore At Washburn: Enters the fall season as a backup inside linebacker … could also see time on special teams. In 2006: Practiced, but did not appear in any games. In 2005: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Played his prep ball at Dwyer High School … also played fullback and participated in power lifting. Personal: Born on Aug. 4, 1987 … son of Lincoln and Joy White … majoring in physical education. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2006 0 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 Totals 0 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0

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Cary Williams Defensive Back Miami, Fla. Fordham/Madonna College Preparatory 6-2 • 185 • Senior At Washburn: Returns to his right cornerback position where he started all 11 games as a junior … will also play on kickoffs return teams. In 2006: Started all 11 games recording 38 total tackles with 30 solo stops … also had four interceptions and nine pass break ups … named the MIAA’s Defensive Player of the Week following the Colorado Mines game in the season opener after he recorded two interceptions and three pass break ups … also had 10 kickoff returns for 202 yards … named the


Ichabods defensive skill player of the week once following the Mines game and the special teams player of the week after the Northwest Missouri game. In 2005: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Played in nine games at Fordham leading the team in kick return average with 19.7 yards per return as a freshman. Personal: Born on Dec. 23, 1984 … son of Calvin and Trina Golson … majoring in physical education. Tackles UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2006 30 8 38 9 1/2 0/0 0 0 4 Totals 30 8 38 9 1/2 0/0 0 0 4 KOR Yds Avg Long TD PR Yds Avg Long TD 2006 10 202 20.2 29 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 Totals 10 202 20.0 29 0 0 0 0.0 0 0

Lloyd Bias

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Aurora, Colo./Grandview High School 6-1 • 170 • Freshman

Background: Recorded 30 receptions for 396 yards and six touchdowns as a senior earning all-state honorable mention honors … also had 22 rushes for 189 yards and two touchdowns … named first team all-league and all-state in track and field. Personal: Born Jan. 18, 1989 … son of Larry and Kathye Bias … anticipated major is business management … brother LaRoy played wide receiver at Kansas State from 1999-2003 … cousin of the late Len Bias, second round 1986 NBA draft pick out of Maryland by the Boston Celtics.

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Tight End

Auburn, Iowa/Southern Cal High School 6-4 • 231 • Freshman

Background: A two-time all-district first team selection at both tight end and defensive end … earned first team all-state defensive end honors … will play in the Iowa Shrine Bowl … named third team all-league in basketball and has recorded more than 1,000 points and holds the school record for rebounds. Personal: Born Nov. 29, 1988 … son of Gerry and Kay Blessington … anticipated major is biology.

Eric Butler

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Leawood, Kan./Northeast High School/Kansas 6-2 • 305 • Senior

At Washburn: Joins Ichabods for senior season. Background: As a junior in 2005 at Kansas, he appeared in all 12 games and finished the season with 12 total tackles including eight solo stops … he collected three tackles for loss, including a pair of quarterback sacks … and a fumble recovery … before playing at KU, he played one season at Avila … in high school at Kansas City Northeast, he was a four-year letterman and also lettered three years in track and field … he was named all-City as a fullback and defensive end. Personal: Born June 9, 1983 … son of Ella Butler … has 5-year old daughter named Angelina with wife Chantel … majoring in accounting.

Victor Butler

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Justin Cooper

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Denver, Colo./Overland High School 5-11 • 200 • Freshman

Background: Rushed for 867 yards on 107 attempts averaging 8.1 yards per carry with nine touchdowns as a senior en route to first team all-league honors and second team all-state honors … also named team’s most valuable player … had eight receptions for 138 yards and a touchdown … as a junior he rushed for 673 yards and two touchdowns … as a senior on defense he recorded 66 tackles with 39 solo stops along with four sacks and one fumble recovery at outside linebacker. Personal: Born June 6, 1989 … son of Rhonda Hickman … anticipated major is business.

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Free Safety

Leawood, Kan./Blue Valley North High School 5-10 • 185 • Freshman

Background: Rushed for 2,043 yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior for the Mustangs … had 64 tackles and six interceptions … named first team all-metro defensive back by Metro Sports … named all-class 6A by the Topeka Capital Journal … played in the Kansas Shrine Bowl and the Greater Kansas City Football Coaches Association all-star game … named 810 WHB all-metro first team defensive back … honorable mention all-metro as a junior … named allstate in baseball as a senior. Personal: Born Jan. 9, 1989 … son of Dean and Terri Curran … undecided on major.

Jeremy Dillard

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Free Safety

Paola, Kan./Paola High School 6-0 • 170 • Freshman

Background: Named to Kansas Coaches Association Top 11 all-class team as well as first team all-league quarterback and defensive back … earned TriCounty Offensive Player of the Year, first team quarterback and defensive back honors … named second team all-class by the Wichita Eagle and Topeka CapitalJournal … named first team all-state defensive back by the Eagle and honorable mention all-state by Capital-Journal … named first team all-state quarterback by Capital-Journal and by the Kansas Football Coaches Association … named honorable mention all-Missouri/Kansas metro … named Kansassports.com 4A Defensive Player of the Year as well as first team all-state defensive back and first team all-state defensive back … named to 2007 Kansas Shrine Bowl. Personal: Born Oct. 20, 1988 … son of Jason Robinson and Brenda Dillard … undecided on major.

Ryan Geist

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Topeka, Kan./Hayden High School 5-11 • 215 • Freshman

Background: Was a four-year letter winner for the Wildcats earning all-city and Topeka Capital Journal top 11 honors … led city schools with 1,105 rushing yards … named first team all-league defense and the defensive player of the year … a first team all-state pick on defense and third team all-state, all-class pick … named Wildcats’ most valuable player on defense and offense and team captain … named to the 2007 Kansas Shrine Bowl. Personal: Born June 11, 1988 … son of Mike and Debbie Geist … older sister Amanda was a four-year letterwinner for the Lady Blues soccer team … anticipated major is accounting/business.

Leavenworth, Kan./Leavenworth High School 6-2 • 310 • Freshman

Background: A two-time all-league selection on both offense and defense … also a state qualifier in track in discus and shot put … an all-state pick as a defensive lineman as a junior … in track he was an all-state and all-Sunflower League … honorable mention all-state and all-league pick as a senior … played

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in the Kansas City Metro Classic. Personal: Born Jan. 15, 1989 … son of Victor and Cynthia Butler … anticipated major is business.


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Derek George

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Punter/Placekicker

Background: Named first team all-conference in football and basketball earning MVP honors in both sports … named all-sun team in basketball …owns school record in 4x400m relay, 4x800m relay and 800m run… earned honorable mention all-state honors in basketball. Personal: Born April 15, 1989 … son of Terry and Kerry George … undecided on major.

Background: Averaged 37 yards a punt as a senior including an 80-yard kick in 49 attempts while hitting 14 of 15 extra points and all eight field goal attempts including a 41-yard conversion … averaged 40 yards per punt as a junior hitting 27 of 31 extra points … named first team all-league placekicker four times and named three-time first team all-league punter … also named first team all-area by Independence Examiner punter as a junior and senior … earned first team all-district honors as a junior as well as honorable mention all-metro accolades by Metro Sports, the Kansas City Star and Independence Examiner … also a four-year letterman in soccer earning first team all-league while being named the offensive defensive player of the year as well as first team all-district and all-area. Personal: Born May 10, 1989 … son of Ken and Connie Knight … undecided on major.

Gardner, Kan./Gardner-Edgerton High School 6-0 • 190 • Freshman

Terry Grimmett

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Wide Receiver

Kansas City, Mo./Raytown South High School 6-0 • 190 • Freshman

Background: Played quarterback for the Cardinals where he rushed for 590 yards as a senior with nine touchdowns and passed for 493 yards and three scores … named honorable mention all-league quarterback and honorable mention all-area by the Independence Examiner … named first team all-league quarterback as a junior after passing for 1,065 yards and nine touchdowns while rushing for 830 yards and seven touchdowns … named team’s offensive MVP as a senior … a state track qualifier in the long jump, triple jump and discus. Personal: Born Jan. 5, 1989 … son of Bobbie Palmer-Grimmett … undecided on major.

Jeff Hughes

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Wide Receiver

Tonganoxie, Kan./Tonganonxie High School 6-2 • 180 • Freshman

Background: Named all-area player of the year by the Lawrence Journal-World … named first team all-league quarterback … played in the Mo-Kan All-Star game … recorded nearly 1,900 yards of total offense and 22 touchdowns … also recorded 41 tackles and three interceptions. Personal: Born on July 27, 1988 … son of Steve and Vickie Hughes … anticipated major is sports management.

Raphaelle Jones

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Linebacker

Citrus Heights, Calif./Del Campo High School 6-3 • 203 • Freshman

Background: A first team all-league and all-section selection and a second team all-city pick as a senior after recording 52 total tackles with 20 solo stops and two sacks … also had an interception … named second team all-league as a junior … also played basketball and ran track. Personal: Born Feb. 22, 1989 … son of Dwayne Bobbit and Sylvia Jones … aniticpated major is criminal justice.

Cameron Kasel

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Quarterback

Wichita, Kan./Wichita Heights High School 6-1 • 205 • Freshman

Background: Passed for 2,704 yards and 29 touchdowns and rushed for 13 touchdowns as a senior earning Topeka Capital Journal and Wichita Eagle Top 11 honors … named to Kansas Coaches Association Top 11 as well as first team all-state class 6A … a two-time all-city pick, two-time all-metro pick passing for more than 5,000 yards and 50 touchdowns in his career … also named first team all-state in baseball three times … a three-time all-metro pick and a threetime all-league pick … named to the 2007 Kansas Shrine Bowl. Personal: Born Dec. 16, 1988 … son of Alan and Tammy Kasel … anticipated major is business or law.

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Raytown, Mo./Raytown South High School 5-8 • 160 • Freshman

Freddie Lavan, Jr. Cornerback

Rosenhayn, N.J./Delsea High School 5-9 • 180 • Freshman

Background: Earned first team all-league honors in 2005 and 2006 … named second team all-state running back … team won the state title … in track and field, won the 4x200 winter state championship … track team won state title in 2005 … at Cumberland Regional High School, he recorded 1,600 all-purpose yards as a freshman and finished as stat runner up in the 100m dash as a freshman. Personal: Born March 31, 1988 … son of Freddie Lavan, Sr., and Barbara Earling … anticipated major is business.

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Linebacker

Harrisonville, Mo./Harrisonville High School 6-0 • 219 • Freshman

Background: Earned first team all-league and all-district honors as a junior and senior … named first team all-Cass County, all-metro, and all-state as a senior … named the Defensive Player of the Year in class 3A after recording 153 total tackles with nine sacks, 21 tackles for loss and three interceptions … part of three state championship football teams … finished with 371 total tackles for his career with 178 solo stops, four interceptions, 16 sacks and 40 tackles for loss … also played baseball. Personal: Born March 13, 1989 … son of Tony and Cynthia Livingston … undecided on major … father played football at Central Methodist College in Fayette, Mo.

Will McClain

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Cornerback

Houston, Texas/Arizona Western CC 5-10 • 200 • Junior

Background: Recorded 45 tackles, 8 pass break ups with two interceptions starting the entire season at cornerback as a sophomore … he played as a nickleback as a freshman … named first team defense by two organizations at Edmond Sante Fe High School. Personal: Born Oct. 3, 1986 … son of Lawrence McClain and Berneice Myles … majoring in sports management or criminal justice.

Dominic Martin

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Free Safety

Kansas City, Mo./North Kansas City High School 5-11 • 180 • Freshman

Background: Named all-league wide receiver after leading team in touchdown receptions … named all-league defensive back as a senior after leading team in interceptions … named all-league defensive back as a junior. Personal: Born Sept. 8, 1988 … son of Irene Dydell … undecided on major.

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Ryan Mertz

Jahmil Taylor

Wide Receiver

Linebacker

St. Charles, Mo./Francis Howell Central High School 6-7 • 210 • Freshman

Background: Finished career as school’s all-time leader in receptions and yards … named all-league and all-district as a junior earning second team all-state honors … was a second team all-league pick as a senior. Personal: Born June 6, 1989 … son of Kenton and Cathy Mertz … majoring in business.

Jamar Mosley

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Aurora, Colo./Grandview High School 6-1 • 205 • Freshman

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Background: Recorded 30 tackles with 13 solo stops, three sacks and an interception … had one receiving touchdown at tight end … named all-city, all-league and all-state as well as defensive most valuable player. Personal: Born Oct. 2, 1988 … son of Dave Bolen... undecided on major.

Justin Torrez

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Topeka, Kan./Hayden High School 5-11 • 175 • Freshman

San Antonio, Texas/Southwest High School 5-10 • 190 • Freshman

Dakota Palan-Johnson

Background: A three-year lettermen on the Wildcat football team and co-captain as a senior … a four-year letterwinner on the wrestling team and captain. Personal: Born Jan. 6, 1989 … son of Greg and Molly Torrez … anticipated major is emergency response … older brother Josh is a redshirt freshman running back for the Ichabods.

Corey Walker

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Defensive End

Defensive End

Paola, Kan./Paola High School 6-3 • 205 • Freshman

Denver, Colo./Arapahoe High School 6-2 • 210 • Freshman

Background: Named second team all-league … a state qualifier in the discus in track. Personal: Born Jan. 2, 1989 … son of Gene Johnson and Scherise Palan … anticipated major is business.

Marty Pfannenstiel

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Silver Lake, Kan./Silver Lake High School 6-2 • 195 • Freshman

Background: A first team all-state class 3A pick at wide receiver as well as Topeka Capital Journal Top 11 all-state, all-class pick … a four-year letterwinner and three-year starter on offense and defense at safety … a two-year all-league pick on both offense and defense … was a four-year letterwinner in basketball and three-year starter earning unanimous first team all-league honors … an honorable mention all-state pick … a three-year letterwinner in track and three-time state qualifier … holds the league record in the 110m high hurdles … named to the 2007 Kansas Shrine Bowl. Personal: Born Jan. 31, 1989 … son of Larry and Rita Pfannenstiel … anticipated major is pre-dentistry.

Jeremy Schuck

Background: Named to honorable mention all-state teams of the Topeka Capital Journal, Wichita Eagle, Kansas Coaches Association … named honorable mention all-conference … an honorable mention all-league pick in basketball … named to the 2007 Kansas Shrine Bowl. Personal: Born Aug. 26, 1989 … son of Veronica Walker … undecided on major.

Ian Williams

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Defensive Line

Urbandale, Iowa/Dowling Catholic High School 6-2 • 285 • Freshman

Background: Named a three-year all-league pick and named an elite pick allleague as a senior … named all-state class 4A on the defensive line. Personal: Born Jan. 16, 1989 … son of Dan and Julie Schuck … anticipated major is sports management.

Raytown, Mo./Raytown South High School 6-2 • 290 • Freshman

Background: Recorded 58 tackles as a senior including three sacks, nine tackles for loss with three forced fumbles and one recovery earning first team all-league honors on defense and second team honors on the offensive line at center … named honorable mention all-conference as a junior on the offensive line. Personal: Born March 17, 1989 … son of Dell Stovall and Denise Williams … anticipated major is education.

Richard Zwaduk

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Offensive Line

Topeka, Kan./Washburn Rural High School 6-1 • 285 • Freshman

Background: Was a three year letterwinner for the Junior Blues and a two-year starter … an honor roll member and Kansas Shrine Bowl nominee … a fouryear letterwinner for wresting and weightlifting. Personal: Born Aug. 28, 1989 … son of Alan and Rosie Zwaduk … anticipated major is history.

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Quarterback

Salina, Kan./Sacred Heart High School 6-3 • 190 • Freshman

Background: Completed 190 of 322 passing attempts for 3,160 yards and 30 touchdowns … rushed for 774 yards on 134 carries with 20 touchdowns … passed for 8,020 yards and 71 touchdowns ranking second in Kansas high school passing yard history … rushed for 29 touchdowns in his career … a first team 3A all-state selection and second team all-state, all-class pick … named to the 2007 Kansas Shrine Bowl.... also played basketball and baseball. Personal: Born April 16, 1989 … son of Don and Jennifer Simoneau … anticipated major is business management.

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Background: Rushed for 214 yards on 28 carries with one touchdown in a playoff victory … as a junior he rushed for 696 yards and gained 1,400 all-purpose yards … named second team all-district as a senior. Personal: Born June 6, 1989 … son of Debra Mosley … younger brother of senior running back Ra’Shawn Mosley … undecided on major.

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1 6 3 Squad Hometowns Kansas (53)

Bonner Springs: Garrett Chumley, Travis Hubbel, Blake Kasselman Burtlington: Austin Hills Claflin: Erin Beck, Kyler Connell Eudora: Chris Durkin, Dustin Moyer Fort Scott: Trent Stepps Garden City: Erik Thomas Gardner: Derek George Great Bend: Seth Homolka, Nick Schauman Holton: Eric Eisenbarth Leavenworth: Victor Butler Leawood: Eric Butler, Casey Curran Lecompton: Chris Ketter Lenexa: Ben Boswell Maize: Adam Ewy Minneapolis: Cameron Knox Olathe: Aaron Hicks Overland Park: Ben Bianchino, Jake Righter Paola: Jeremy Dillard, Jake Forck, Cory Walker Roeland Park: Marcus Mau Salina: Jake Lebahn, Brahn Marrs, Dane Simoneau

Scott City: Ben Ramsey Seneca: Brad Haug Silver: Lake Marty Pfannenstiel St. Marys: David Demars Tecumseh: Trent Stanley Tonganoxie: Jeff Hughes Topeka: Ryan Geist, James Martin, Joey Russell, Brody Schuler, Thadd Taylor, Jarod Tetuan, Josh Torrez, Justin Torrez, Michael Wilhoite, Richard Zwaduk Valley Falls: Alan Schoonover Wichita: Zeke Adair, Joe Hastings, Cameron Kasel, Luke Schuckman

Missouri (15)

Belton: Ben Muir Blue Springs: Bruce Ringwood, Ian Vistine Harrisonville: Zach Livingston Independence: Zach Watkins Kansas City: Ray Trice, Brad Cole, Henry Talley III, Dominic Martin, Terry Grimmett, Brandon Jackson, Paul Abron Raytown: Andrew Knight, Ian Williams

St. Charles: Ryan Mertz

Nebraska (9)

Elkhorn: Jordan Brill, Marcus Shanahan Gretna: Michael Krajicek, Josh Larsen Imperial: Nathan Gaswick Lincoln: Jake Iverson Omaha: Grant Hajek, Mitch Birt Venango: Brian Strand

Colorado (7)

Aurora: Lloyd Bias, Jahmil Taylor Denver: Justin Cooper, Ty Lewis, Dakota PalanJohnson Lakewood: Bill Boyer Westminster: Jeff Rickard

Texas (6)

Amarillo: Brett Payne Elkhart: Drameagon Powers Garland: Brandon Walker Houston: Will McClain San Antonio: Ra’Shawn Mosley, Jamar Mosley

Squad In-season Birthdays August Drameagon Powers Lincoln White Brad Haug Brandon Walker Eric Eisenbarth Corey Walker Richard Zwaduk Josh Torrez Ian Vistine September Clayton Calder Nathan Gaswick

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1, 1987 4, 1987 20, 1986 21, 1985 22, 1985 26, 1989 28, 1989 29, 1987 29, 1987 2, 1986 3, 1986

California (3)

Citrus Heights: Raphaelle Jones San Ramon: D.J. Frommoethelydo Vallejo: Martell Underwood

Florida (3)

Belleglade: Eric Lawrence Jupiter: Lincoln White Miami: Cary Williams

Iowa (3)

Auburn: John Blessington Lohrville: Andy Kavanaugh Urbandale: Jeremy Schuck

New Jersey (1)

Rosenhayn: Freddie D. Lavan, Jr.

New Mexico (1)

Alamogordo: Terrence Lowe

Squad Notes

Henry Talley Chris Durkin Dominic Martin Luke Schuckman Jeff Rickard Chris Ketter

4, 1983 5, 1986 8, 1988 9, 1987 10, 1985 19, 1987

October Trent Stepps Ray Trice Jahmil Taylor Will McClain Erik Thomas Brandon Jackson

1, 1985 2, 1987 2, 1988 3, 1986 6, 1985 11, 1986

Trent Stanley Jeremy Dillard Jordan Brill

16, 1985 20, 1988 26, 1984

November Seth Homolka Dustin Moyer Ben Boswell Brett Payne John Blessington Jake Righter

3, 1987 12, 1984 16, 1984 19, 1987 29, 1988 30, 1984

Breakdown by Class Seniors 18 Juniors 15 Sophomores 17 Redshirt Freshman 20 Freshman 31 Totals 101 By Side of the Ball Offense Defense Special Teams Totals

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By Position Cornerbacks Free Safties Linebackers Offensive Linemen Defensive Linemen Quarterbacks Running Backs Placekicers/Punters Tight Ends Fullbacks Wide Receivers Totals

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Intro

Kansas Shrine Bowl Participants signed by Washburn 2007 Casey Curran Jeremy Dillard Ryan Geist Cameron Kasel Marty Pfannenstiel Dane Simoneau Corey Walker

2004 Eric Eisenbarth Jacob Krause Kyle Kruger Brent Meter Steve Schuster

2005 Brad Haug Kyle Ingenthron Drew Bietau

2002 Chris McCann Jim Holland Cory Tinklin

1999 Jason Ross Kipp Connell 1998 Kevin Pierce 1997 Dan Wilson Cody Snyder 1996 Chris Gleisberg

1994 Joe Busby Keith Newbery 1993 Joe Schartz 1992 Beau Caryl Michael Dritlein Robert Goeden 1991 Floyd Johnson 1989 Kevin Cummings 1988 Doug Terry

1987 Matt Marple

Opponents Review

1985 Aaron Finney

MIAA Records

1984 Troy Slusser Joe Witham

History Washburn

1983 Scott Holloman 1982 Jim Collins 1978 Fred Palensky 1976 Steve Guilfoyle

The Story Behind Mr. Ichabod The name “Ichabod” was derived from the first name of characteristics associated with the mascot. During the Ichabod Washburn, an early benefactor of the university. 1937-38 school year, the editors of the KAW yearbook Ichabod Washburn was born in Kingston, Mass., on Aug. decided that such items were important to the university 11, 1798. and began to accept suggestions for a design of Mr. In 1831, he began what was his life Ichabod. The adopted design was drawn by Bradbury Thompson (BA ’34). work - and the pride of Worchester, Mass., The following ex­planatory material - when he essayed the drawing of wire. He ac­companied the first representation of an was co-founder of Washburn and Moen Manufacturing (later American Steel Ichabod in the KAW: “He has courage and and Wire). enthusiasm as shown by his brisk walk. He is democratic and courteHis own lack of formal educaous, for he tips his hat as he tion made him acutely aware of its passes. Sincere in his search importance. When approached by the for truth and knowledge, he residents of Topeka to help save the ailing Lincoln College, Ichabod Washburn studiously carries a book under his arm. His friendly smile makes responded with a $25,000 gift. In May, you like him. He is neatly dressed 1869, Lincoln College was renamed and he fits well into his generation Washburn College in recognition … but adopts himself with equal of his outstanding contribution. ease to any change in life. Until 1938, there was no graphic representation or any particular 2007 Ichabod Football Media guide

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2006 Seth Holmoka David Demars Luke Schuckman

2003 Trevor Hamilton Zach Hemmerling Matt Koehn A.J. Patterson Jarod Tetuan

2000 Joe Corcoran Jake Lawrence Bo Kobuszewski

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Recruiting in-state priority No. 1 for the Ichabod coaching staff

Players Coaches Opponents

The 2007 Washburn Ichabod roster features 53 homegrown Kansans. In only his sixth season as the Ichabods’ head coach, Craig Schurig has put a premium on recruiting the best players in Kansas.

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Ichabods from Kansas

Washburn

“Our first recruiting priority will always be in Kansas. We should and will do the best job contacting the best players in Kansas and recruit them to Washburn. For high school seniors, we want to be their first choice for college based on our program and the University.” ­—

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No. Name. . . . . . . . Hometown 6 9 14 15 16 19 20 21 23 26 28 29 30 31 32 33 35 36 38 39 42 45 46 49 50 51 53 54 56 58 59 60 61 63 64 71 74 77 81 82 84 85 86 87 88 92 93 94 97 98

Marty Pfannenstiel Silver Lake Dane Simoneau Salina Cameron Kasel Wichita Zeke Adair Wichita Michael Wilhoite Topeka Casey Curran Leawood Erin Beck Claflin Jeremy Dillard Paola Jarod Tetuan Topeka Garrett Chumley Bonner Springs Josh Torrez Topeka Jake Forck Paola Seth Homolka Great Bend Kyler Connell Claflin James Martin Topeka Adam Ewy Maize Ben Boswell Lenexa Joe Wallace Arkansas City Ryan Geist Topeka Brahn Marrs Salina Luke Schuckman Wichita Justin Torrez Topeka Brad Haug Seneca Austin Hills Burlington Erik Thomas Garden City Nick Schauman Great Bend Thadd Taylor Topeka Richard Zwaduk Topeka Aaron Hicks Olathe Jake Righter Overland Park Marcus Mau Roeland Park Joey Russell Topeka Jeff Hughes Tonganoxie Chris Durkin Eudora Eric Eisenbarth Holton Trent Stanley Tecumseh David Demars St. Marys Ben Bianchino Overland Park Jake Lebahn Salina Joe Hastings Wichita Brody Schuler Topeka Trent Stepps Fort Scott Blake Kasselman Bonner Springs Cameron Knox Minneapolis Ben Ramsey Scott City Eric Butler Leawood Chris Ketter Lecompton Dustin Moyer Eudora Cory Walker Paola Victor Butler Leavenworth Travis Hubbel Bonner Springs Alan Schoonover Valley Falls Derek George Gardner


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Head coach Craig schurig

Washburn

Head Coach

Craig Schurig Sixth Season at Washburn • 32-25 overall

In five seasons as the Ichabods’ head coach, Craig Schurig has led the Washburn football program to a new level after building on a 2004 Mineral Water Bowl Championship. The Ichabods posted their first NCAA Playoff appearance as well as Washburn’s first MIAA Championship in 2005. Schurig earned the MIAA’s Coach of the Year for his efforts leading the Ichabods that season. The conference championship was the first by the Ichabods since the 1983 season. He was also named the AFCA’s The Schurig File Region 3 Coach of the Year at WU: Sixth Year. Birthdate: March 2, 1965 Following the 2006 seaWife: Louisa Children: Samantha, Mitchell, Michael son, the Ichabods recordCollege: Colorado Mines, 1987 ed a 7-4 record securing their third straight winCoaching Experience ning season for the first 2002- WU (head coach/quarterbacks) time since the 1986 to 1996-2001 Pittsburg State (defensive backs/punt team) 1993-95 Pittsburg State (tight ends) 1988 campaigns. 1992 Colorado Mines (running backs) Washburn finished Playing Experience the 2005 season with a 1983-86 Colorado Mines (defensive back) school-record nine wins and a 7-1 mark in confer38

ence play. The 2004 season saw the Ichabods record their first winning season since 1999 and their first postseason win since 1986 with a 36-33 win over Northern State in the Mineral Water Bowl. Schurig was named the Ichabod head coach on Dec. 28, 2001 after coaching for nearly a decade in a winning program. Schurig has brought the knowledge of success, a winning attitude and a new intensity to the Ichabod football program. In his four seasons at Washburn, the Ichabods have had five All-American selections, one MIAA Most Valuable Defensive Player, four MIAA Freshman of the Year and 51 players receive all-MIAA honors. He has been equally on task with players in the classroom with 63 Ichabods named to the MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll, including two Academic All-Americans. While under Schurig, the Ichabod football program has also seen sweeping changes in facilities with the improvements to Yager Stadium including a new artificial turf and equipment upgrades in the weight room. While on the Pittsburg State coaching staff, Schurig was a part of an NCAA national

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Schurig’s Career Coaching Record Overall Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

School Washburn Washburn Washburn Washburn Washburn

5-season total

W L 3 8 5 6 8 4 9 3 7 4

Pct. .272 .454 .667 .750 .636

Players

MIAA W L 3 6 3 6 6 3 7 1 6 3

Pct. .333 .333 .667 .875 .667

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Finish 6th 6th 3rd 1st 4th

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Notes none none Mineral Water Bowl Champs NCAA Second Round Playoffs Third straight winning season - first since 1986-88

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Missouri Western 2-3 1-0

Chadron State

0-0

Northwest Missouri 1-5

Colorado Mines

2-1

Pittsburg State

Emporia State

4-1

Southwest Baptist 4-1

Fort Hays State

2-1

Truman

Langston

2-0

Western Washington 1-1

Missouri Southern 4-1

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Northern State

3-0

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History

Central Washington 0-1

Missouri-Rolla

Opponents

Records

Schurig vs All Opponents Central Missouri

Coaches

1-4 3-2

Wisconsin-LaCrosse 0-1

finalist squad in 1995, four MIAA Championship teams and eight NCAA Division II Playoff teams. He helped guide one of the top defenses in Division II, including the top-ranked defensive squad in 1999. Prior to working with the defensive backs, he worked three seasons with the Gorillas’ tight ends. Before arriving at Pittsburg State, Schurig spent the 1992 season as a volunteer assistant coach at his alma mater, Colorado School of Mines joining the Gorillas in 1993. Schurig, a Willingboro, N.J., native, was a four-year letterman as a defensive back at Colorado Mines and was selected team captain as a senior. He earned second-team all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference honors as a senior. He graduated in 1987 with a bachelor’s degree in petroleum engineering. Schurig earned a master’s degree in physical education at Pittsburg State in 1996. Craig and his wife, Louisa, have a daughter, Samantha, and two sons, Mitchell and Michael.

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single Game records under schurig

Washburn

Team Game Records Under Schurig Most 1. 57 2. 55 3. 52

carries Missouri Southern at Truman Emporia State

Most touchdown passes 1. 5 times most recently on Colorado Mines

10/29/05 10/21/06 10/28/06

Most 1. 89 2. 86 3. 85

9/02/06

total offense plays (rush/pass) at Missouri Western 11/08/03 47/42 at Pittsburg State 10/02/04 46/40 vs Northern State 12/04/04 47/38

Most net yards rushing 1. 382 Missouri Southern 2. 361 at Missouri-Rolla 3. 357 Southwest Baptist

10/29/05 11/9/02 9/30/06

Most 1. 42 42 3. 40

passes attempted at Missouri Western Missouri Western four times

11/08/03 10/26/02

Most total offense yards gained 1. 644 Southwest Baptist 9/30/06 357/287 2. 612 at Missouri-Rolla 11/9/02 361/251 3. 583 Missouri Southern 10/29/05 382/201

Most 1. 23 23 3. 22

passes completed vs Northern State at Pittsburg State four times

12/04/04 10/02/04

Most all-purpose yards gained 1. 869 Southwest Baptist 9/30/06 2. 737 Missouri Southern 11/15/03 3. 735 at Missouri Southern 11/06/04

Most passing yards 1. 400 vs Northern State 2. 348 at Colorado Mines 3. 333 at Central Washington

Most 1. 62 2. 58 3. 56

12/04/04 8/27/05 9/17/05

points scored at Truman at Missouri Southern two times

9/18/04 11/06/04

Most touchdowns scored 1. 9 at Truman 2. 8 three times

9/18/04

Most punt return yards (returns) 1. 129 at Missouri Southern 11/06/04 (3) 2. 98 at Truman 9/18/04 (4) 3. 76 Missouri-Rolla 10/25/03 (6) Most interception returns 1. 4 at Colorado Mines 2. 3 eight times

8/27/05

Most interception return yards (returns) 1. 98 Missouri Southern 11/15/03 (2) 2. 84 at Emporia State 9/20/03 (2) 3. 74 Southwest Baptist 9/30/06 (3) Most fumbles forced 1. 5 Wisconsin-La Crosse 2. 4 at Missouri-Rolla 3. three times

Most tackles (solo-assisted) 1. 108 at Southwest Baptist 9/23/05 56-52 2. 105 Emporia State 9/11/04 39-66 3. 100 Northwest Mo. St. 10/05/02 34-66 Most QB sacks (solo-assisted) 1. 6.0 at Colorado Mines 8/27/05 6.0 at Northwest Missouri 10/08/05 6.0 Truman 10/15/05 6.0 Missouri-Rolla 10/25/03 6.0 Fort Hays State 9/13/03 Most 1. 10 2. 9 3. 8

pass breakups Missouri Western Truman two times

2-4 4-2 2-4 2-4 2-4

11/11/06 10/15/05

9/07/02 11/9/02

Individual Game Records Under Schurig Most 1. 34 2. 33 3. 31

carries Hearn,Trent Missouri Southern Hearn,Trent at Northwest Missouri Mosley,Ra’Shawn at Missouri Southern

11/15/03 10/08/05 11/06/04

Most net yards rushing (carries) 1. 193 Mosley,Ra’Shawn Southwest Baptist 2. 178 Hearn,Trent Truman 3. 175 Hearn,Trent Missouri-Rolla

9/30/06 (15) 10/15/05 (27) 10/25/03 (29)

Most rushing TDs scored 1. 4 Hearn,Trent Missouri Southern 2. 3 six times

11/15/03

Longest rush from scrimmage 1. 78 Walker,Brandon Western Washington 2. 76 Hearn,Trent Truman 3. 66 Hearn,Trent Missouri Southern

9/03/05 10/15/05 10/29/05

Most 1. 42 2. 39 39 4. 38

passes attempted Hickel,Dustin Missouri Western Brill,Jordan Truman Brill,Jordan at Central Washington two times

10/26/02 10/15/05 9/17/05

Most 1. 23 2. 22 3. 21

passes completed Schuerman,Tyler vs Northern State Schuerman,Tyler Southwest Bapitst two times

Most 1. 3 3 3 3

TD receptions Odupitan,Mike Sissom,Sam Sissom,Sam Sissom,Sam

at Missouri Southern at Colorado Mines Missouri Western at Missouri Southern

Longest pass reception 1. 86 Sissom,Sam Emporia State 2. 82 Sissom,Sam at Colorado Mines 3. 74 Sissom,Sam at Western Washington Most 1. 54 2. 51 3. 49

11/06/04 8/27/05 10/26/02 9/28/02 9/11/04 8/27/05 9/09/06

total offense plays (rush/pass) Hickel,Dustin Missouri Western 10/26/02 12/42 Hickel,Dustin at Truman Univ. 10/12/02 22/29 Schuerman,Tyler at Missouri Western 11/08/03 15/34

Most total offense yards gained (rush/pass) 1. 446 Schuerman,Tyler vs Northern State 12/04/04 46/400 2. 386 Hickel,Dustin Missouri Western 10/26/02 67/319 3. 340 Schuerman,Tyler at Missouri-Rolla 10/16/04 87/253 Most all-purpose yards gained 1. 251 Sissom,Sam vs Northern State 2. 231 Sissom,Sam at Colorado Mines 3. 223 Sissom,Sam at Missouri Southern

12/04/04 8/27/05 11/06/04

12/04/04 10/09/04

Most 1. 35 2. 34 3. 31

11/15/03 10/08/05

vs Northern State at Colorado Mines at Western Washington

12/04/04 8/27/05 9/09/06

Most points scored 1. 24 Hearn,Trent 2. 18 10 times

touchdown passes Brill,Jordan Colorado Mines Brill,Jordan at Central Washington Schuerman,Tyler at Missouri Southern four times

9/02/06 9/17/05 11/06/04

Longest pass completion 1. 86 Schuerman,Tyler Emporia State 2. 82 Brill,Jordan at Colorado Mines 3. 74 Brill,Jordan at Western Washington

9/11/04 8/27/05 9/09/06

Most passing yards 1. 400 Schuerman,Tyler 2. 348 Brill,Jordan 3. 330 Brill,Jordan Most 1. 5 5 5 4. 4

Most 1. 11 2. 10 3. 9

passes caught Sissom,Sam vs Northern State Sissom,Sam Southwest Bapitst Sissom,Sam at Missouri Western

Most yards receiving (receptions) 1. 231 Sissom,Sam at Colorado Mines 2. 216 Sissom,Sam vs Northern State 3. 214 Sissom,Sam at Western Washington

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12/04/04 10/09/04 11/08/03 8/27/05 (7) 12/04/04 (11) 9/09/06 (7)

all-purpose attempts Hearn,Trent Missouri Southern Hearn,Trent at Northwest Missouri two times

Longest field goal made 1. 41 Sabel,Connor Western Washington 2. 38 Sabel,Connor Colorado Mines 3. 36 DeKosky,Aaron Wisconsin-La Crosse

9/03/05 9/02/06 9/07/02

Longest punt 1. 85 Massey,Curtis 2. 70 Boswell,Ben 3. 65 Roth,Eric

Missouri Southern at Central Missouri Pittsburg St.

10/29/05 9/16/06 9/21/02

Longest punt return 1. 66 Sissom,Sam 2. 49 Sissom,Sam 3. 48 Tetuan,Jarod

at Missouri Southern Missouri Southern at Truman

11/06/04 11/15/03 9/18/04

Longest kick return 1. 100 Terrell,Fletcher 2. 89 Odupitan,Mike 3. 83 Terrell,Fletcher

Central Mo. St. Missouri Southern Pittsburg State

9/10/05 11/15/03 10/01/05

return Southwest Baptist Emporia State at Emporia State

9/30/06 9/11/04 10/22/05

Longest interception 1. 74 Neal,Aaron 2. 69 Terrell,Fletcher 3. 66 Terrell,Fletcher

Longest fumble return 1. 72 Watkins,Zach Northwest Missouri 2. 43 Taylor,Eric Fort Hays State 3. 10 Stuckey,Calvin at Missouri-Rolla

Missouri Southern

11/15/03

Most 1. 19 2. 18 18

Most touchdowns scored 1. 4 Hearn,Trent Missouri Southern 2. 3 10 times

11/15/03

Most quarterback sacks 1. 3.0 Lewis,Trey at Northwest Missouri 10/08/052-1

Most 1. 8 8 8 4. 7

extra points made by kicking Sabel,Connor at Truman Sabel,Connor at Southwest Baptist Sabel,Connor Southwest Baptist three times

9/18/04 9/23/05 9/30/06

Most 1. 11 2. 10 3. 8

points scored by kicking Sabel,Connor Colorado Mines Sabel,Connor at Missouri Southern four times

9/02/06 11/06/04

Most 1. 2 2 3. 1

field goals made Banion,Derek Truman Sabel,Connor Colorado Mines 12 times

9/27/03 9/02/06

tackles Corcoran,Joe Gonzalez,Mike Gould,Grant

10/14/06 9/13/03 10/16/04

Northwest Mo. St. Pittsburg State Emporia State

Most tackles for loss 1. 5.0 Gonzalez,Mike at Missouri Western 5.0 Ringwood,Bruce Northwest Missouri

10/05/0210-9 10/01/0510-8 9/11/046-12

11/05/050-1 10/14/063-1

Most fumbles forced 1. 2 Crain,Corey Wisconsin-La Crosse 2 Gonzalez,Mike Pittsburg State

9/07/02 10/01/05

Most fumbles recovered 1. 2 Gonzalez,Mike Pittsburg State

10/01/05

Most pass breakups 1. 4 Terrell,Fletcher at Missouri Southern

11/06/04

Most blocked kicks 1. 2 Terrell,Fletcher

10/08/05

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Brian Miller

Players

Offensive Coordinator

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Brian and Michelle Miller with son Alex and daughter Bailey - oldest son Matt not pictured

Colo., was the offensive coordinator at Minnesota-Crookston from 1997 to 2001. Prior to coaching at UMC, Miller coached for the Northern State Wolves, where he was special teams coordinator, and coached defensive line and running backs, each for a season. Miller graduated in 1989 with a bachelor of arts degree from Hastings College in Nebraska, and a master of science from St. Cloud State. He and his wife Michelle reside in Topeka and have three children; sons Matt and Alex and daugh­ter Bailey. Year at WU: Birthdate: Wife: Children: College:

The Miller File Sixth Sept. 29, 1967 Michelle Matt, Bailey and Alex Hastings, 1989

Coaching Experience 2002- WU (offensive coordinator/offensive line) 1997-2001 Minnesota-Crookston (offensive coordinator) 1995-1996 Northern State (special teams coordinator/ defensive line/running backs) 1993-94 St. Cloud State (running backs) Playing Experience 1985-88 Hastings (linebacker)

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Brian Miller begins his sixth season as the Ichabods’ offensive coordinator and offensive line coach. In five seasons at the helm of the Ichabod offense, the squads have recorded four of the top nine passing seasons in school history and four of the top seven total offensive years in Washburn history. Three of the top five rushing seasons have been under Miller’s offensive linemen and three 1,000yard rushers. Miller has coached one second team All-American offensive lineman, one first team all-region selection and six all-MIAA picks. In 2005, the Ichabods set new school offensive records for most passing yards, total offense, passing touchdowns, first downs and points in a season while recording threestraight 1,000 yard running backs. M i l l e r, a native of Golden,


Chris Brown

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Defensive Coordinator

Players

Chris Brown is in his sixth season as the Ichabods’ defensive coordinator and defensive secondary coach. While at Washburn, Brown has coached the 2006 MIAA Most Valuable Defensive Player and the Atlanta Falcons’ sixth-round 2007 NFL Draftee in Trey Lewis and a two-time All-American in Fletcher Terrell, two all-region picks and two all-MIAA selections. In each of the previous five seasons as the Ichabods defensive coordinator, Washburn’s defense has improved each season. The Ichabods allowed only 16 points per game in 2006 and in 2005, the Ichabods forced an MIAA-leading 30 turnovers and allowed 3.7 yards per carry. In 2005, the Ichabods also recorded 29 sacks, which were the most since the 2000 season and the combined total of the previous three seasons. Brown came to Washburn after spending three seasons as the secondary coach at Liberal High School where the Redskins compiled a 37-5 record from 1998-2001. Brown, a native of Liberal, Kan., is a 1996 graduate of Pittsburg State University where he recorded 470 tackles in 43 starts in his career at free safety. He is one of only three Gorillas to earn All-American honors three times. He was a unanimous first

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team All-American selection his senior season and was named the CNN Division II National Player of the Year in 1995. In the championship game as a freshman he recorded a record 21 tackles against Jacksonville State. He was also named to the NCAA Quarter Century Team from all players from 1975 to 1999 at free safety. Brown was inducted into the Pittsburg State Athletic Hall of Fame in 2006 He and his wife, Daphne, live in Topeka with their boys, Hunter and Hayden.

Year at WU: Birthdate: Wife: Children: College:

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The Brown File Sixth July 3, 1974 Daphne Hunter and Hayden Pittsburg State, 1996

Coaching Experience 2002- WU (defensive coordinator/defensive backs) 1998-2001 Liberal High School (defensive coordinator) Playing Experience 1992-95 Pittsburg State (free safety)

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Rob Robinson

Players

Running backs / Recruiting Coordinator

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Rob and Jessica Robinson and sons Beckett and Tabor

Robinson spent one season at Pittsburg State as a graduate assistant, coaching the defensive backs with Ichabod head coach Craig Schurig. Robinson is a 2000 graduate from William Jewell College in Liberty, Mo. He was a four-year letterman for the Cardinals at fullback, playing on special teams as well. He was named the 1997 and 1998 Special Teams Player of the Year and was an all-conference selection his junior season. As a senior he was named to the Player’s Council and was a third team all-HAAC selection. Robinson is married to the former Jessica Channels. They have two sons, Tabor and Beckett. Year at WU: Birthdate: Wife: Children: College:

The Robinson File Sixth Sept. 25, 1977 Jessica Tabor William Jewell, 2000

Coaching Experience 2007- WU (running backs/recruiting coordinator) 2002-06 WU (wide receivers/recruiting coordinator) 2001-02 Pittsburg State (defensive backs) Playing Experience 1997-2000 William Jewell (fullback)

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Rob Robinson is in his sixth season on the Ichabod coaching staff. He will direct Washburn’s running backs for the first time after spending the previous five seasons as the wide receivers coach. He also will coordinate the kickoff return team and lead the ‘Bods recruiting efforts as the coordinator. While at Washburn, Robinson has coached four of the top seven receivers in school history as well as two all-MIAA selections and an all-region receiver as well as Sam Sissom, the No. 4 receiver all-time in the MIAA and Washburn’s career leader. In 2004, he coached only the Washburn third receiver to reach at least 1,000 yards as the Ichabods broke the school record for most passing yards in a season.


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David Trupp

Players

Defensive Line/ Speed, Strength and Conditioning Coordinator

Coaches

David Trupp, C.S.C.S., is in his sixth season as the Ichabods’ defensive line coach and the strength and conditioning coordinator. He also coaches the kickoff team. Trupp has also attained his Level 1, Olympic Certification training. While at Washburn, he has coached five all-MIAA selections on the defensive line and the 2006 Defensive Player of the Year and 2007 sixth round draft choice by the Atlanta Falcons in Trey Lewis. Trupp spent the 2001 season as the def ensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Monett (Mo.) High School. From 1996 to December 1998, Trupp was the defensive tackle coach and an off-season strength and conditioning supervisor while completing his master’s degree at Pitt State. Trupp received his teaching certificate in 1992 from Washburn after completing his bachelor of science

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degree from Baker University. He was also a member of the Nebraska Cornhusker’s football team from 1986 to 1987 before transferring to Baker. He coached at Washburn Rural High School, Topeka High School and Hayden High School. He played high school football at Washburn Rural High School. Trupp and his wife Jean have one son, Connor and one daughter, Keira. The Trupps live in Topeka. Year at WU: Birthdate: Wife: Children: College:

The Trupp File Sixth Feb. 26, 1968 Jean Connor and Keira Baker, 1991

Coaching Experience 2002- WU (defensive line/strength and conditioning) 2001-02 Monett High School (defensive coordinator) 1996-98 Pittsburg State (defensive line/strength and conditioning) Playing Experience 1990 Baker (linebacker) 1986-87 Nebraska (linebacker)

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Cooper Harris

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Linebackers/Special Teams Coordinator

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Summer and Cooper Harris

Pitt State, Harris recorded 241 tackles in 31 games, which ranks eighth on the Gorillas’ all-time tackles chart. He recorded 17 in the 1992 NCAA national championship game against Jacksonville State. Before transferring to Pittsburg State, Harris was an honorable mention all-America and first team all-conference choice at Independence Community College. He was also the team captain and chosen as the team’s Most Valuable Player. Cooper’s father Wayne is in the Canadian Football League’s Hall of Fame and the College Football Hall of Fame. Cooper and his wife Summer, Washburn’s marketing and ticket coordinator, live in Topeka. Year at WU: Birthdate: Wife: Children: College:

The Harris File Sixth Oct. 15, 1970 Summer None Pittsburg State, 1995

Coaching Experience 2002- WU (linebackers/special teams coord.) 2001-02 North Dakota graduate assistant (Tight Ends) 2000-01 Aberhart High School (defensive coord.) Playing Experience 1991-92 Independence Community College 1992-94 Pittsburg State 1995-2000 Canadian Football League

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Cooper Harris is in his sixth season with the Ichabods after spending one season as graduate assistant for the 2001 NCAA Division II Champion North Dakota Fighting Sioux. He coaches the Ichabod linebacking corps and is also the Ichabod special teams coordinator. At Washburn he has coached four of the top 10 tacklers in Ichabod history as well as one All-American linebacker in Grant Gould, four all-region picks and four all-MIAA first or second team picks. In 2000, Harris served as defensive coordinator at William Aberhart High School in Calgary, Alberta. He helped coach the team to a city championship. Harris played in the Canadian Football League from 1995-2000 for Toronto and Hamilton. He was a linebacker, special teams captain and special teams MVP in 1998 for Hamilton and was a member of two Grey Cup champion teams in Hamilton and Toronto. A native of Calgary, Alberta, Harris graduated from Pittsburg State in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. Harris has also finished his master’s degree in sports psychology from the University of North Dakota. Harris played for the Gorillas from 1992-1994, earning second team all-conference honors in 1993 and first team all-conference honors in 1994. As a senior, Harris was a team captain and most valuable defensive player at linebacker. A t

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Cullen Homolka

Cullen Homolka is in his second season as a graduate assistant at Washburn after a three-year career at running back at Kansas. He is going to coach the wide receivers this year after coaching the running backs last year at Washburn. He was a three-time member of the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll. He played on special teams and on offense and was part of the 2005 Fort Worth Bowl Champion Jayhawks and he also played in the 2003 Tangerine Bowl. Before enrolling at Kansas, he was an honorable mention All-American and named first team all-conference fullback at Garden City Community College. He is a Claflin, Kan., native and the son of James and Katherin Homolka and graduated from Kansas with a degree in history in 2006. He is working on his graduate degree from Washburn in administration.

Joe Wallace

Joe Wallace is in his first season as an Ichabod graduate assistant. He will work with the offensive lineman this season. He is a 2001 graduate of Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa, where he was a two-time letterwinner playing the nose guard position. He led the defensive line in tackles as a junior while receiving the coaches award and elected captain as a senior. Most recently, he taught business education and was an assistant football coach leading the offensive line at his alma mater, Regina High School in Iowa, City, Iowa. His 2005 team won the class 1A state championship - the first in school history. He is the son of Mike and Mary Ann Wallace. He is working on his graduate degree from Washburn in educational administration.

Brock Luke

Brock Luke begins his second season as a graduate assistant at Washburn. He comes to Washburn after graduating from Clarion University in Pennsylvania with a degree in management. He was a three-year starter at inside linebacker playing for his father Malen. He will work with the defensive line after working last season with the offensive line. He was an all-conference nominee as a senior after recording 39 tackles including 15 solo stops with eight tackles for loss and three sacks with an interception. Luke and his wife Stephanie were married on June 9, 2007. He is the son of Malen and Hedy Luke. He is working on his graduate degree in administration at Washburn.

Oscar Rodriquez

Oscar Rodriquez is in his second season as a graduate assistant at Washburn. He will assist coaching the defensive backs. In 2004, he coached the safeties at Fort Hays State and in 2005 he was at Randall High School in Texas coaching the defensive backs and track. Rodriquez was a two-time all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference pick at strong safety at Fort Hays State. He led the Tigers with eight tackles in the opening game in Yager Stadium. Before playing for the Tigers, he was a two-year standout at Coffeyville Community College. The Liberal, Kan., native was named all-state, all-conference selection and named defensive back of the year for the Redskins going 44-4 in his high school career. He also played for Washburn’s defensive coordinator Chris Brown at Liberal High School. He is a 2005 graduate of Fort Hays State and he is working on his master’s in administration at Washburn.

Frank Crosson

Frank Crosson is in his second season as a volunteer assistant at Washburn. He will work with the tight ends this season. Crosson has more than 30 years of coaching experience after graduating from Ottawa in 1977. He received his master’s degree from Pittsburg State in 1984. He has had coaching stints at the collegiate level at Ottawa, Missouri Southern, Cameron and Emporia State and the prep level at North Garland (Texas), Shawnee Heights, Topeka and Hayden High Schools. Crosson and his wife for 25 years, Karin, have three children.

Team Support Joan Bayens Academic Support

Joan Bayens is in her second season as the academic coach for Washburn Athletics. She is focused on helping student athletes in various areas such as time management, study/work ethic, attendance in class and general tutoring. She enjoys having additional “sons” and is thought of as “Momma Joan” by many of the football players. She is a 1980 graduate of Washburn and she received a master of administration of justice from Wichita State University in 1982. Prior to her volunteer work with Washburn, Bayens has worked in various positions within the State of Kansas. Joan is married to Gary Bayens, also a Washburn alumnus and chair of the criminal justice department. They have four children, one is an alumnus of Washburn, one is attending Washburn, and one will be attending Washburn in 2007.

Pastor T.D. Hicks Team Chaplain

Pastor T.D. Hicks was raised in the Denver, Colo., area and graduated from Gateway High School where he was an outstanding football player. He attended Prairie View A&M University in Prairie View, Texas and Houston Bible Institute in Houston, Texas. In June 2004, Pastor Hicks was called to pastor the Antioch Missionary Baptist Church in Topeka. This will be his second year as chaplain for the Washburn University football team. Rev. Hicks is a devoted husband to Joan and the proud father of a son, DeAndre Tyrel and a daughter named Tracee.

Washburn Assistant Coaches 1961-present Bill Bachman 1983-84 Dennis Bean 1974-78 Duke Benz 1967-68 Travis Boulware 1985-86 Chris Brown 2002-pr Dennis Caryl 1985-89 Jack Clanton 1966-68 Mark Clark 1982 Bill Danenhauer 1985-89 Charlie Dieker 1983-90 Dave DiMaggio 1983-85, 1989

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Larry Elliott 1966-73, 1983-84 Mark Elliott 1985 Ray Glaze 1962 Cooper Harris 2002-pr John Harting 1963 Ron Heck 1964-65 Keith Herlting 1983-84 Jake Hunter 2001 Clay Johnson 1971-77 Bob Jones 1965 Jack Keelan 1962

B.D. Kennedy 1991-2001 Gary Kershner 1964 Brian Kramer 1985 Keita Malloy 2001 Marion McDonald 1962-63 Mike McGraw 1979-81, 1984 Jerry McMillan 1990 Brian Miller 2002-pr Dale Neely 1962-63 Bob Noblitt 1969-70 David Noblitt 1971-74

Rance Olison Dale Perine Todd Rundle Phil Ramsey Rob Robinson Mike Rutherford Tim Saylor Mike Schartz Leon Shelinbarger Norman Short Ralph Smith

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Jim Steele 1985 John Strollo 1983 Scott Swofford 1979-80 Terry Szucs 1981-82 Fred Thompson 1964 Rodger Tiesing 1973 David Trupp 2002-pr Max VanLaningham 1978 Mike Waldie 2001 Steve Walter 1985-95 Andy Williams 1990-2000


OPPONENTS

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Game 1 vs Chadron State university

Washburn

Aug. 25 in topeka (Yager stadium) • 12 p.m. cst

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General Information

Date Aug. 25 Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

Name: Chadron State University Location: Chadron, Neb. Founded: 1911 Enrollment: 2,800 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: Rocky Mountain Nickname: Eagles Colors: Cardinal and White President: Dr. Janie Park Athletics Director: Brad Smith Stadium: Elliott Field/Beebe Stadium (3,500) Playing Surface: Natural Grass

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Bill O’Boyle (Western Illinois, 1987) Record at CSC: 16-7 (2 years) Overall Record: same Best time to reach

O’Boyle: Mornings Football Office Phone: (308) 432-6281 Assistant Coaches: Todd Auer (Defensive coordinator) Chris Stein (Quarterbacks) Jas Bains (Defensive backs) John Reiners (Running backs) Jared Jackson (Wide Receivers) Jamie Waldo (Kickers/special teams)

Sports Information

Football Contact: Con Marshall Email: cmarshall@csc.edu Office Phone: (308) 432-6281 Home Phone: (308) 432-4372 SID Fax: (308) 432-6466 Internet Address: www2.csc.edu/athletics Overnight Address: 1000 Main Street Chadron, Neb. 69337

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Opponent Washburn Wayne State Northern Colorado OPEN Colorado Mines New Mexico Highlands Western New Mexico Fort Lewis Nebraska-Kearney Mesa State Western State Adams State

Time noon noon 1 p.m. noon 1:30 p.m. noon noon noon noon noon noon

2006 Results (12-1, 8-0 RMAC)

Senior Running Back Danny Woodhead

Eagles Outlook

2006 Record: 12-1 RMAC Record/Place: 8-0/1st Postseason: L, NCAA Regional final to Northwest Missouri 28-21, 12/2/07 Final Ranking: 4 Basic Offense: Pro I Basic Defense: 4-3 Returning Starters: 18 Offense (7): WR Landon Ehlers, FL Bryce Jarzynka, FL Logan Stropko, OT John Strand, OC Chance Galey, QB Joe McLain, RB Danny Woodhead Defense (9): DE Barton Cron, DE Jared Koester, DT Josh Knouse, LB Austin Bailey, LB Zach Wheeler, CB Beau Wendling, CD Eric Roth, S Trevor Hyatt, S Paul Schweger Special Teams (2): PK Travis Atter, LS Jayce Dueland, PR Micha Smith Lettermen Returning: 53 Offense - 28, Defense - 25, Specialty - 1 Lettermen Lost: 16 Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. TD Joe McLain 231 139 9 1,668 16 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Danny Woodhead 344 2,756 8.0 34 212.0 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Logan Stropko 46 513 11.2 4 39.5 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks TFL Austin Bailey 59 28 87 4/33 13/75

Date Opponent Time Sept. 2 at Mary W 21-3 Sept. 9 at Montana State W 35-24 Sept. 16 at Wayne State W 38-14 Sept. 23 Colorado Mines W 57-0 Sept. 30 at New Mexico Highlands W 40-20 Oct. 7 Western New Mexico W 35-7 Oct. 14 Fort Lewis W 40-27 Oct. 21 Nebraska-Kearney W 31-12 Oct. 28 Mesa State W 27-19 Nov. 4 Western State W 47-0 Nov. 11 at Adams State W 44-28 Nov. 25 No. 9 West Texas A&M^ W 43-17 Dec. 2 at No. 2 Northwest Missouri^L 21-28 ^NCAA Playoffs

Series Information Series Record: First meeting First Meeting: n/a Last Meeting: n/a Last WU win: n/a Last CSC win: n/a Largest WU win: n/a Largest CSC win: n/a

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Date first meeting

Bod Bits

Score

Location

• This season’s opener between the two schools will be the first meeting in the series • The Eagles are the first of two Rocky Mountain Conference teams the Ichabods will play this season • The Eagles return Harlon Hill trophy winner, senior tailback Danny Woodhead, who rushed for 2,756 yards, the most ever for a college running back of any division • The Eagles’ starting offensive tackle John Strand is the cousin of Ichabod starting center Brian Strand.

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2007 Schedule Date Sept. 1

Opponent Washburn

General Information

Time noon

at Fort Hays State 7 p.m. at Adams State 1 p.m. Chadron State noon at Oklahoma Panhandle TBA at New Mexico Highlands TBA Western New Mexico noon at Fort Lewis noon Nebraska-Kearney noon at Mesa State noon Western State noon

Date Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11

Opponent at No. 17 Washburn Fort Hays State Adams State at No. 20 Chadron State Oklahoma Panhandle New Mexico Highlands at Western New Mexico Fort Lewis at Nebraska-Kearney Mesa State at Western State

2006 Results (4-7, 2-6 RMAC)

Time L 21-41 W 31-24 L 7-26 L 0-57 W 69-0 L 16-19 W 10-6 L 34-41 W 20-14 L 22-28 L 13-21

Series Information

Series Record: WU leads 10-4 First Meeting: WU 13, CSM 0 (1953) Last Meeting: WU 41-21 (9/2/2006) in Topeka Last WU win: 41-21 (9/2/2006) in Topeka Last CSM win: 34-27 (8/28/2004) in Topeka Largest WU win: 26-6 (1957); 41-21 (9/2/06) Largest CSM win: 34-16 (10/6/1962) in Golden

Last 10 Meetings

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Date 1957 1958 1959 Oct. 7, 1961 Oct. 6, 1962 Oct. 5, 1963 Oct. 3, 1964 Aug. 28, 2004 Aug. 27, 2005 Sept. 2, 2006

Bod Bits

Score W 26-6 L 12-13 W 14-13 W 20-6 L 16-34 L 13-22 W 16-0 L 27-34 W 28-17 W 41-21

Location

Golden Topeka Golden Topeka Golden Topeka

• Fourth game of an original four-game contract that has been extended another two seasons into a six game series ending in 2009 • Ichabod head coach Craig Schurig is a 1987 alum of School of Mines where he was team captain as a senior • Ichabod offensive coordinator Brian Miller is a Golden, Colo., native

Players

Name: Colorado School of Mines Location: Golden, Colorado Founded: 1874 Enrollment: 3,200 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: Rocky Mountain Nickname: Orediggers Colors: Silver and Gray President: Dr. John Trefny Athletics Director: Tom Spicer Stadium: Brooks Field (3,500) Playing Surface: Natural Grass

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Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Bob Stitt (Doane, 1986) Record at CSM: 44-34 (7 years) Overall Record: same Best time to reach Stitt: Mornings

Senior Placekicker Aaron Abel

Orediggers Outlook

2006 Record: 4-7 RMAC Record/Place: 2-6/T8th Postseason: n/a Final Ranking: n/a Basic Offense: Pro I Basic Defense: 4-3 Returning Starters: 16 Offense (7): HB Corey Huck, WR Drek Dykstra, WR Brent Dickinson, RG Stephen Immel, LT James Reeves, LG James Tyree, RT Zach Meints Defense (7): DT Marin Richardson, DE Danny Sorenson, LB Hunter Wardlaw, LB A.J. Montalvo, S Nick Haniszewski, CB Kevin Folly-Kossi, S Ben Tiller Special Teams (2): PK Aaron Abel, P Ryan Schietinger Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. Grant Mehl 249 157 9 1736 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Corey Huck 9 30 3.3 0 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Derek Dykstra 47 499 10.6 2 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks Hunter Wardlaw 33 61 94 4/38

TD 10 Ypg. 3.8 Ypg. 45.4 TFL 8/44

Football Office Phone: (303) 273-3365 Assistant Coaches: Chad Bostwick (Offensive line) Jason Koltz (Linebackers/special teams) Marty Heaton (Defensive coordinator) Clem Grinstead (Running backs) Clint Rountree (Wide receivers) Stacy Coryell (Defensive line) Keith Wilson (Strength and conditioning) Brent Symons (Assistant offensive line)

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Football Contact: Gregory Murphy Email: gjmurphy@mines.edu Office Phone: (303) 273-3095 Home Phone: (720) 987-8807 SID Fax: (303) 384-2380 Press Box Phone: (303) 273-3047 Internet Address: athletics.mines.edu Overnight Address: 1500 Illinois Street Golden, CO 80401

Travel Information Leave: Aug. 30, 2 p.m. via charter bus Lodging: Boulder Broker Inn 555 30th; Boulder, Colo., 80303 (303) 444-3330 Return: Sept. 1 following the game

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Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

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Game 3 vs Fort Hays state University

Washburn

Sept. 15 in Topeka (Yager stadium) • 1 p.m. cst

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General Information Name: Fort Hays State University Location: Hays, Kan. Founded: 1902 Enrollment: 9,000 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: MIAA Nickname: Tigers Colors: Black and Gold President: Dr. Edward Hammond Athletics Director: Curtis Hammeke Stadium: Lewis Field (6,362) Playing Surface: Poligras

Mornings Football Office Phone: (785) 628-4399 Assistant Coaches: Doug McFadden (Defensive Secondary/ Special Teams) Shawn Mennenga (Defensive Coordinator) A.J. Blazek (Offensive Coordinator) Phil Ockinga (Wide Receivers) Roger Veliquette (GA/Tight Ends) Connor Jostes (GA/Quarterbacks) Greg Bryant (GA/Defensive Line) Brent O’Brien (GA/Safeties)

Sports Information

Football Contact: Ryan Prickett Email: rpricket@fhsu.edu Office Phone: (785) 628-5903 SID Fax: (785) 628-4383 Press Box Phone: (785) 628-5800/5316 Internet Address: www.fhsuathletics.com

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Opponent Western State Colorado Mines at Washburn Emporia State at Truman Missouri Western at Missouri Southern Northwest Missouri at Pittsurg State Southwest Baptist at Central Missouri

Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. TBA 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 1:30 p.m.

Date Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11

Opponent Result Texas A&M-Commerce L 14-17 at Colorado Mines L 24-31 at Emporia State L 10-48 No. 22 Washburn L 7-37 Central Missouri L 14-37 at Southwest Baptist L 21-29 No. 11 Pittsburg State L 28-35 at No. 2 Northwest Missouri L 0-59 Missouri Southern W 10-0 at No. 13 Missouri Western L 10-24 Truman L 15-40

2006 Results (1-10, 1-8 MIAA)

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Kevin Verdugo (Colorado State, 1991) Record at FHSU: 3-18 (2 years) Overall Record: same Best time to reach Verdugo:

Date Aug. 25 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

Senior Running Back Jordan Hickel

Series Information

Tiger Outlook

2006 Record: 1-10 MIAA Record/Place: 1-8/T9th Postseason: None Final Ranking: None Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: 4-3 Returning Starters: 18 Offense (6): OL Ryan Taillon, OL Craig Parent, OL Jordan Strickler, WR Cody Witte, RB Jordan Hickel, QB Shane Jackson Defense (6): DL Albert Rodriguez, DL Charlie Carr, LB Zach Scruggs, DB Gordan Butler, DB C.J. Lovett Special Teams (6): PK Justin Barr, P Tyler Elder, KOR C.J. Lovett, KOR Trevor Zott, PR Trevor Zott, H Tyler Elder, LS Joey Cotten Lettermen Returning: 33 Offense - 14, Defense - 17, Specialty - 2 Lettermen Lost: 21 Offense - 14, Defense - 7, Specialty - 0 Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. Shane Jackson 238 131 12 1266 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Jordan Hickel 203 681 3.4 6 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Cody Witte 20 235 11.8 0 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks Zach Scruggs 23 23 46 0/0

TD 6 Ypg. 61.9 Ypg. 23.5 TFL 1/1

Series Record: WU leads 36-22-3 First Meeting: WU 7-6 in 1919 Last Meeting: WU 37-7 (9/23/06) in Hays Last WU win: 37-7 (9/23/06) in Hays Last FHSU win: 37-29 (9/14/02) in Hays Largest WU win: 46-0 (11/9/63) in Topeka Largest FSHU win: 35-0 (10/14/67) in Topeka

Last 10 Meetings

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Date Oct. 25, 1986 Nov. 7, 1987 Nov. 5, 1988 Sept. 14, 1996 Sept. 13, 1997 Sept. 12, 1998 Sept. 11, 1999 Sept. 14, 2002 Sept. 13, 2003 Sept. 23, 2006

Bod Bits

Score W 40-35 W 49-12 L 14-22 L 6-21 W 31-14 L 12-24 W 17-14 L 29-37 W 28-4 W 37-7

Location Hays Topeka Hays Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays

• Ichabod graduate assistant coach Oscar Rodriquez was a two-year leterman for the Tigers and coached one year as a student assistant • The last time the Tigers played in Yager Stadium was on Sept. 13, 2003 in the opener of the renovated stadium • The Ichabods have won four straight over the Tigers in Topeka … the Tigers have not won in Topeka since Oct. 26, 1985 in a 30-0 win

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General Information

2007 Schedule

Opponent Time at Minnesota State, Mankato 7 p.m Concordia-St. Paul 1:30 p.m. Truman 1:30 p.m. at Washburn 1 p.m. Pittsburg State 1:30 p.m. at Emporia State 1 p.m. at Northwest Missouri 1 p.m. Missouri Southern 1:30 p.m. at Southwest Baptist 1:30 p.m. at Missouri Western 2 p.m. Fort Hays State 1:30 p.m.

Date Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11

Opponent Result at Lincoln W 78-0 Dakota State W 52-0 No. 25 Washburn L 10-14 at Truman L 21-24 at Fort Hays State W 37-14 No. 17 Missouri Western L 20-30 Southwest Baptist W 49-24 at Missouri Southern W 26-31 No. 2 Northwest Missouri L 14-31 Emporia State W 48-21 at No. 16 Pittsburg State L 30-35

2006 Results (5-6, 3-6 MIAA)

Series Information

Series Record: UCM leads 19-17-2 First Meeting: WU 6, UCM 0 (1902) Last Meeting: WU 14-10 (9/16/06) in Warrensburg Last WU win: 14-10 (9/16/06) in Warrensburg Last UCM win: 47-21 (10/23/2004) in Warrensburg Largest WU win: 34-0 (9/28/1963) in Topeka Largest UCM win: 37-0 (11/7/1998) in Topeka

Last 10 Meetings

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Date Nov. 8, 1997 Nov. 7, 1998 Sept. 30, 1999 Sept. 30, 2000 Oct. 11, 2001 Oct. 19, 2002 Nov. 1, 2003 Oct. 23, 2004 Sept. 10, 2005 Sept. 16, 2006

Bod Bits

Score L 14-20 L 0-37 L 18-32 L 17-28 L 34-58 L 21-55 L 28-49 L 21-47 W 42-27 W 14-10

Location Warrensburg Topeka Topeka Warrensburg Topeka Warrensburg Topeka Warrensburg Topeka Warrensburg

• The Ichabods have won two straight over the Mules for the first time since picking up backto-back wins during the 1995 and 1996 seasons • The Ichabods snapped a four-game losing streak to the Mules in Topeka during the 2005 season in a 42-27 win on Sept. 10 • The Ichabods won for the first time in Warrensburg last season in a 14-10 win on Sept. 16, 2006 - breaking a four-game slide

Players

Name: University of Central Missouri Location: Warrensburg, Mo. Founded: 1871 Enrollment: 11,000 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: MIAA Nickname: Mules Colors: Cardinal and black President: Dr. Aaron Podolefsky Athletics Director: Jerry Hughes Stadium: Walton Stadium Playing Surface: Sprinturf

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Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Willie Fritz (Pittsburg State, 1983) Record at UCM: 75-36 (10 years) Overall Record: same Best time to reach Fritz: Mornings

Senior Free Safety Kendall Ricketts

Mules Outlook

2006 Record: 5-6 MIAA Record/Place: 3-6/T6th Postseason: none Final Ranking: n/a Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: 4-4 Returning Starters: 14 Offense (5): LG Mike Gunselman, WR Rolando Sawyer, LT Matt Ochsnder, RT Jon Brooks, RG A.J. Baugh Defense (8): DB Randy Shephder, FS Kendall Ricketts, SS John Samia, LB Adrian Singletary, NG Tyler Nay, DE Dallas Bryant, DB Bruce Williams, DB Justin Brown Specialty (1): P Matt Frankel Lettermen Returning: 16 Offense - 5, Defense - 7, Specialty - 3 Lettermen Lost: 12 Offense - 6, Defense - 6, Specialty - 0 Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. Eric Czerniewski 21 13 0 143 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Jeremy Braden 90 499 5.5 4 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Jason McCartney 24 399 16.6 5 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks Kendall Ricketts 39 56 95 0/0

Football Office Phone: (660) 543-8297 Assistant Coaches: Scott Grinde (Offensive line) Jeff Conway (Offensive coordinator/ Quarterbacks) Gregg Nesbitt (Co-defensive coordinator) Chuck Clemens (Co-defensive coordinator/ Defensive line) Theron Aych (Wide receivers)

Sports Information

Football Contact: Rob McCutcheon Email: rmccutcheon@ucmo.edu Office Phone: (660) 543-4312 Cell Phone: (660) 441-1845 SID Fax: (660) 543-8034 Press Box Phone: (660) 543-8198 Internet Address: www.cmsu.edu/athletic Overnight Address: Multipurpose Building Warrensburg, Mo. 64093

TD 1 Ypg. 45.4 Ypg. 36.3 TFL 4/8

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Game 4 vs University of Central Missouri

Date Aug. 23 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

Intro


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Game 5 vs Missouri western state university

Washburn

Sept. 29 in St. joseph (Spratt memorial stadium) • 2 p.m. cst

General Information

2007 Schedule

Coaching Staff

2006 Results (9-3, 7-2 MIAA)

Name: Missouri Western State University Location: St. Joseph, Mo. Founded: 1969 Enrollment: 5,500 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: MIAA Nickname: Griffons Colors: Black and gold President: Dr. James Scanlon Athletics Director: Mark Linder Stadium: Spratt Memorial Playing Surface: Prograss

Date Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

Head Coach: Jerry Partridge (Missouri Western, 1985) Record at MWSU: 71-43 (10 years) Overall Record: same Best time to reach

Partridge: Mornings Football Office Phone: (816) 271-4499 Assistant Coaches: Tyler Fenwick (Offensive coordinator) Matt Williamson (Defensive coordinator) Jay Eilers (Offensive line) Regi Trotter (Secondary) Chris Eads (Linebackers) Aaron Bell (Wide Receviers)

Sports Information

Football Contact: TBA Office Phone: (816) 271-4257 SID Fax: (816) 271-4544 Press Box Phone: (816) 271-4257 Internet Address: www.gogriffons.com Overnight Address: 4525 Downs Drive St. Joseph, Mo. 64507

Travel Information

Leave: Sept. 28 at 4 p.m. via charter bus Lodging: Holiday Inn Riverfront 102 South 3rd Street St. Joseph, Mo. 64501 (816) 279-8000 Return: Sept. 29 following the game

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Junior Offenisve Lineman Roger Allen

Griffon Outlook

2006 Record: 9-3 MIAA Record/Place: 7-2/T2nd Postseason: NCAA First round playoffs - Lost 28-26 to Midwestern State, 11/18/06 Final Ranking: 16 Basic Offense: Multiple spread Basic Defense: 4-3 Returning Starters: 13 Offense (6): OL Roger Allen, WR Joey Harris, OL Travis Kinkaid, OL Nathan Martin, OL Todd Shelton, OL Patrick St. Louis Defense (5): DB J.R. Graham, LB Seth Hane, DB Chauncey Mayfield, LB Chris Pulver, LB Jacob Schoonover Special Teams (2): PK Dustin Strickler, P Jamie Hanson Lettermen Returning: 35 Offense - 17, Defense - 15, Specialty - 3 Lettermen Lost: 11 Offense - 5, Defense 6, Specialty - 0 Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. no quarterbacks returning Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD no returning running backs Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Andrew Mead 21 264 12.6 2 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks J.R. Graham 35 36 71 1/1

TD Ypg. Ypg. 24.0 TFL 2/2

Opponent Baker at Minnesota-Duluth Northwest Missouri at Pittsburg State Washburn at Fort Hays State Southwest Baptist at Emporia State Missouri Southern Central Missouri at Truman

Time 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA TBA TBA

Date Opponent Result Aug. 31 at Central Oklahoma WOT 32-29 Sept. 09 St. Cloud State W 27-14 Sept. 16 Pittsburg State W 48-35 Sept. 23 at No. 2 Northwest Missouri L 21-24 Sept. 30 Truman W 38-13 Oct. 7 at Central Missouri W 30-20 Oct. 14 at Missouri Southern W 24-17 Oct. 21 Emporia State W 24-12 Oct. 28 at Southwest Baptist W 24-21 Nov. 4 Fort Hays State W 24-10 Nov. 11 at Washburn L 3-16 Nov. 18 at No. 18 Midwestern State^ L 26-28 ^NCAA First Round Playoffs

Series Information

Series Record: MWSU leads 19-14-2 First Meeting: WU 58, MWSU 3 (9/16/72) in Topeka Last Meeting: WU 16-3 (11/11/06) in Topeka Last WU win: 16-3 (11/11/06) in Topeka Last MWSU win: 28-21ot (11/5/05) in St. Joseph Largest WU win: 58-3 (9/16/1972) in Topeka Largest MWSU win: 52-0 (11/7/1981) in St. Joseph

Last 10 Meetings

for complete series history, turn to page 60

Date Oct. 18, 1997 Oct. 17, 1998 Sept. 25, 1999 Sept. 23, 2000 Oct. 20, 2001 Oct. 26, 2002 Nov. 8, 2003 Oct. 30, 2004 Nov. 5, 2005 Nov. 11, 2006

Bod Bits

Score L 12-13 W 35-27 L 10-35 L 13-23 L 6-27 L2OT 28-34 L 14-30 W 30-23 LOT 21-28 W 16-3

Location St. Joseph Topeka St. Joseph Topeka St. Joseph Topeka St. Joseph Topeka St. Joseph Topeka

• The Ichabods topped the Griffons for the second straight time in Topeka in 2007 • The Ichabods have not won in St. Joseph since a 21-10 win on Nov. 10, 1990 - a streak of eight straight games

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2007 Schedule

Opponent at Haskell Harding Pittsburg State at Southwest Baptist Emporia State at Washburn Fort Hays State at Central Missouri at Missouri Western Truman at Northwest Missouri

Time 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1:30 p.m. TBA 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

Date Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11

Opponent Ouachita Baptist at Harding Southwest Baptist No. 13 at Pittsburg State No. 2 Northwest Missouri at Truman No. 17 Missouri Western Central Missouri at Fort Hays State Washburn at Emporia State

Result W 28-22 W 30-27 W 42-21 L 24-48 L 7-24 L 28-35 L 17-24 W 31-26 L 0-10 L 13-14 W 34-33

General Information

2006 Results (5-6, 3-6/6th MIAA)

Series Information

Series Record: MSSU leads 20-16-1 First Meeting: Tie, 21-21 (10/17/1970) in Joplin Last Meeting: WU 14-13 (11/4/06) in Joplin Last WU win: 14-13 (11/4/06) in Joplin Last MSSU win: 52-28 (9/28/2002) in Joplin Largest WU win: 25-7 (9/27/1986) in Joplin Largest MSSU win: 44-14 (10/3/1992) in Joplin

Last 10 Meetings

for complete series history, turn to page 60

Date Oct. 23, 1997 Oct. 24, 1998 Sept. 18, 1999 Sept. 16, 2000 Sept. 22, 2001 Sept. 28, 2002 Nov. 15, 2003 Nov. 6, 2004 Oct. 29, 2005 Nov. 4, 2006

Score L 14-17 W 49-37 W 35-28 W 24-22 W 29-28 L 28-52 W 38-35 W 58-43 W 49-35 W 14-13

Location Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin

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Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Bart Tatum (Austin College, 1991) Record at MSSU: 5-6 (1 year) Overall Record: Same Best time to reach Tatum:

Junior Quarterback Adam Hinspeter

Lion Outlook

2006 Record: 5-6 MIAA Record/Place: 3-6/6th Postseason: none Final Ranking: none Basic Offense: Multiple Pro Basic Defense: 4-4 Returning Starters: 16 Offense (8): TE Korie Henry, QB Adam Hinspeter, WR Colin Bado, RB Robbell Newman, FB Anthon Alono, OL Ryan McCluskey, OL Matt Stout, WR Isaac Norman Defense (6): DB Mark Watson, DB Kellen Anderson, LB Rudy Mascaro, DL Elbert Johnson, LB Jared Brawnder, DE B.J. Russow Special Teams (2): PK Brian Malette, LS Dustin Johnson Lettermen Returning: 49 Lettermen Lost: 21

Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. Adam Hinspeter 374 248 11 2527 • The Ichabods have won eight of the last nine Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD meetings between the two schools Ronnie Newman 131 643 4.7 5 • The Ichabods won their fourth straight meeting in Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Joplin last season Colin Bado 88 953 10.8 4 • The last 10 games have had a winning margin of Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks 8.2 points Jared Brawner 21 43 64 2/7

Bod Bits

Players

Name: Missouri Southern State University Location: Joplin, Mo. Founded: 1968 Enrollment: 5,740 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: MIAA Nickname: Lions Colors: Green and white President: Dr. Julio S. Leon Athletics Director: Sallie Beard Stadium: Fred G. Hughes Stadium Playing Surface: Sprint Turf

Mornings Football Office Phone: (417) 625-9317 Assistant Coaches: Daryl Daye (Defensive coordinator) Matt Karleskint (Co-offensive coordinator/ offensive backs) Casey Meile (Co-offensive coordinator/ offensive line) John Tatum (Running backs) Mike Mutz (Recruiting/Safeties) Matt Plunkett (Wide receivers)

Sports Information

Football Contact: Justin Maskus Email: maskus-j@mssu.edu Office Phone: (417) 625-9359 Home Phone: 417-499-7899 SID Fax: (417) 625-9397 Press Box Phone: (417) 659-4384 Internet Address: www.mssu.edu/athletics Overnight Address: 3950 E. Newman Rd. Joplin, Mo. 64801

TD 15 Ypg. 56.2 Ypg. 86.6 TFL 7/17

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Game 6 vs Missouri southern state university

Date Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

Intro


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Game 7 vs Emporia state university

Washburn

Oct. 13 in Emporia (Welch stadium) • 1 p.m. cst

General Information

2007 Schedule

Coaching Staff

2006 Results (3-8, 2-7 MIAA)

Name: Emporia State University Location: Emporia, Kan. Founded: 1863 Enrollment: 6,528 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: MIAA Nickname: Hornets Colors: Old gold and black President: Dr. Kay Schallenkamp Athletics Director: Kent Weiser Stadium: Welch Stadium Playing Surface: Super Turf

Head Coach: Garin Higgins (Emporia State, 1992) Record at ESU: first season Overall Record: 51-9 (5 years) Best time to reach Higgins: Mornings

Football Office Phone: (620) 341-5504 Assistant Coaches: Spence Nowinsky (Defensive line) Ken Gordon (Defensive coordinator) Travis Fox (Offensive line) Gary Manuel (Running backs) Danny Cavender (Tight Ends) Jonathan Beasley (Quarterbacks) Joey Boese (Safties) Jordan Malone (Cornerbacks) Matt Martin (Linebackers)

Sports Information

Football Contact: Don Weast Email: weastdon@emporia.edu Office Phone: (620) 341-5526 Home Phone: (620) 342-6406 SID Fax: (620) 341-5808 Press Box Phone: (620) 341-5020 Internet Address: www.emporia.edu/athletics Overnight Address: 1200 Commercial Emporia, Kan. 66801

Travel Information

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Junior Punter Johnny Torres

Hornet Outlook

2006 Record: 3-8 MIAA Record/Place: 2-7/8th Postseason: none Final Ranking: n/a Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: 4-3 Returning Starters: 17 Offense (9): QB Ben Purkeypile, RB Seville Ko, OL Joel Griffiths, OL Josh Koerkenmeier, OL Luke Costello, OL Matt Ferris OL Cecil Wattree, FB/TE Lucas Sullivan, WR Shawn Partridge Defense (7): DL Junis McDowell, DL Matt McClain, DL A.J. Franklin, LB Matt Demicoli, LB AJ Brinkman, DB Jake Richter, DB Emmanuel Howard Special Teams (1): P Johnny Torres Lettermen Returning: 36 Offense - 18, Defense - 17, Specialty - 1 Lettermen Lost: 24 Offense - 11, Defense - 12, Specialty - 1 Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. TD Ben Purkeypile 234 122 8 1,525 17 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Seville Ko 171 798 4.7 5 72.5 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Sean Partridge 24 302 12.6 4 27.5 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks TFL Jake Richter 49 34 83 0/0 3/2

Date Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

Opponent at Western State at Central Oklahoma Southwest Baptist at Fort Hays State at Missouri Southern Central Missouri Washburn Missouri Western at Truman Northwest Missouri at Pittsburg State

Time 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m.

Date Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11

Opponent Result at Oklahoma Panhandle W 69-6 No. 15 Winona State L 18-21 Fort Hays State W 48-10 at Southwest Baptist W 35-31 No. 13 Pittsburg State L4ot 57-59 No. 2 at Northwest Missouri L 17-49 Truman L 13-14 at Missouri Western L 12-24 at Washburn L 6-37 at Central Missouri L 21-48 Missouri Southern L 33-34

Series Information

Series Record: ESU leads 51-46-6 First Meeting: ESU 11, WU 0 (1899) Last Meeting: WU 37-6 (10/28/06) in Topeka Last WU win: 37-6 (10/28/06) in Topeka Last ESU win: 35-28, OT (9/20/2003) in Emporia Largest WU win: 41-7 (10/1/83) in Topeka, (1913) Largest ESU win: 45-6 (1928)

Last 10 Meetings

for complete series history, turn to page 60

Date Oct. 30, 1997 Oct. 29, 1998 Nov. 13, 1999 Nov. 11, 2000 Oct. 27, 2001 Nov. 2, 2002 Sept. 20, 2003 Sept. 11, 2004 Oct. 22, 2005 Oct. 28, 2006

Bod Bits

Score L 35-64 L 27-35 L 20-45 L 21-35 L 19-38 W 34-21 LOT 28-35 W 28-10 W 42-14 W 37-6

Location Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka

• The Ichabods have won four of the last five meetings • The Ichabods snapped a seven game losing streak in Emporia on Oct. 22, 2005 • The teams have met 104 times, the most active series in the NCAA Division II ranks • Washburn has won three straight meetings in Topeka

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Oct. 20 in Topeka (Yager stadium) • homecoming • 1 p.m. cst

2007 Schedule

Opponent at Missouri-Rolla Upper Iowa at Central Missouri at Northwest Missouri Fort Hays State at Southwest Baptist Pittsburg State at Washburn Emporia State at Missouri Southern Missouri Western

Time 6:30 p.m. TBA 1:30 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA

Date Aug. 24 Sept. 2 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11

Opponent at Minnesota St.-Mankato at Winona State Northwest Missouri Central Missouri at Missouri Western Missouri Southern at Emporia State Washburn at Pittsburg State Southwest Baptist at Fort Hays State

Result L 16-34 L 13-24 L 10-31 W 24-21 L 13-38 W 35-28 W 14-13 W 21-7 L 21-45 W 45-28 W 40-15

General Information

2006 Results (6-5, 6-3 MIAA)

Series Information

Series Record: TSU leads 18-6 First Meeting: TSU 26, WU 13 (1958) Last Meeting: TSU 21-7 (10/21/06) in Kirksville Last WU win: 21-14 (10/15/05) in Topeka Last TSU win: 21-7 (10/21/06) in Kirksville Largest WU win: 62-0 (9/18/2004) in Kirksville Largest TSU win: 39-0 (9/22/1962) in Kirksville

Last 10 Meetings

for complete series history, turn to page 60

Date Oct. 11, 1997 Oct. 10, 1998 Nov. 6, 1999 Nov. 4, 2000 Oct. 6, 2001 Oct. 12, 2002 Sept. 27, 2003 Sept. 18, 2004 Oct. 15, 2005 Oct. 21, 2006

Bod Bits

Score L 7-37 L 28-38 W 52-18 L 42-45 L 26-27 W 26-21 L 6-12 W 62-0 W 21-14 L 7-21

Location Topeka Kirksville Topeka Kirksville Topeka Kirksville Topeka Kirksville Topeka Kirksville

• The Ichabods have won four of the last eight meetings • The 2004 meeting with an Ichabod 62-0 win was the largest in the series and Washburn’s fourth largest margin of victory in any game in school history • The Ichabods are 4-8 in the last 12 games in played in Topeka

Players

Name: Truman State University Location: Kirkville, Mo. Founded: 1867 Enrollment: 5,800 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: MIAA Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Purple and White President: Dr. Barbara Dixon Athletics Director: Jerry Wollmering Stadium: Stokes Stadium Playing Surface: Grass

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Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Shannon Currier (Hamline, 1993) Record at TSU: 10-23 (3 years) Overall Record: 42-35 (7 years) Best time to reach Currier:

Junior Quarterback Matt Ticich

Bulldog Outlook

2006 Record: 6-5 MIAA Record/Place: 6-3/T4th Postseason: none Final Ranking: none Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: 3-4 Returning Starters: 14 Offense (5): LT Jon Franz, RG Jon Gialds, WR Vanness Emkpae, RB Jake Cunningham, QB Matt Ticich Defense (6): SS Jesse Cooper, DE Les Hammers, DE Richard Schroeder, CB James Tabuteau, LB Kyle Glenn, LB Eric Sternberg Special Teams (3): P/PK Mickey Massuci, PR Derek Rodriguez, KOR Jake Cunningham Lettermen Returning: 50 Offense - 17, Defense - 15, Specialty - 18 Lettermen Lost: 20 Offense - 8, Defense - 6, Specialty - 6 Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. Matt Ticich 340 170 9 2085 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Matt Ticich 167 678 4.1 9 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Vanness Emokpae 21 262 12.5 5 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks Jesse Cooper 39 34 73 2/20

Mornings Football Office Phone: (660) 785-4252 Assistant Coaches: Aaron Vlcko (Offensive coordinator) Wallie Kuchinski (Defensive coordinator) Nate Holtz (Linebackers) Seth Harrell (Outside linebackers) Jack Glassock (Defensive line) John Thomas (Wide receivers)

Sports Information

Football Contact: Kevin White Email: kwhite@truman.edu Office Phone: (660) 785-4276 SID Cell: (660) 626-7920 SID Fax: (660) 785-7475 Press Box Phone: (660) 785-4276 Internet Address: gobulldogs.truman.edu Overnight Address: 100 E. Normal Kirk Building 215 Kirksville, Mo. 63501-4221

TD 15 Ypg. 61.6 Ypg. 23.8 TFL 4/23

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Game 8 vs Truman state university

Date Aug. 25 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

Intro


Intro Players Coaches Opponents Review MIAA Records History

Game 9 vs Northwest Missouri State University

Washburn

Oct. 27 in maryville (Bearcat stadium) • 1:30 p.m. cst

General Information

2007 Schedule

Coaching Staff

2006 Results (14-1, 9-0 MIAA)

Name: Northwest Missouri State University Location: Maryville, Mo. Founded: 1905 Enrollment: 6,350 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: MIAA Nickname: Bearcats Colors: Forest green and white President: Dr. Dean L. Hubbard Athletics Director: Dr. Bob Boerigter Stadium: Bearcat Stadium Playing Surface: Synthetic Head Coach: Mel Tjeerdsma (South Dakota, 1967) Record at NWMSU: 132-36 (13 years) Overall Record: 191-75-4 (23 years) Best time to reach Tjeerdsma:

Mornings Football Office Phone: (660) 562-1311 Assistant Coaches: Scott Bostwick (Defensive coordinator/ linebackers) Adam Dorrel (Offensive line/running game coordinator) Charlie Flohr (Passing game coordinator/ receivers/recruiting) Will Wagner (Secondary) Rich Wright (Defensive line/strength)

Sports Information

Football Contact: TBA Student Assistant: Jerad Verner Verner’s Email: s260440@nwmissouri.edu Office Phone: (660) 562-1118 Home Phone: TBA SID Fax: (660) 562-1582 Press Box Phone: (660) 562-1072 Internet Address: www.northwestbearcats.com Overnight Address: Lamkin Activity Center 800 University Drive Maryville, Mo. 64468

Travel Information

Leave: Oct. 26 at 4 p.m. via charter bus Lodging: Holiday Inn Riverfront 102 South 3rd Street St. Joseph, Mo. 64501 (816) 279-8000 Return: Oct. 27 following the game

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Senior Running Back Xavier Omon

Bearcat Outlook

2006 Record: 14-1 MIAA Record/Place: 9-0/1st Postseason: L in NCAA Division II Championship game to Grand Valley State 17-14 Final Ranking: No. 2 Basic Offense: Multiple/Spread Basic Defense: 4-3 Returning Starters: 16 Offense (8): OL Reid Kirby, QB Josh Mathews, OL Matt Nelson, RB Xavier Omon, OL Tom Pestock, TE Mike Peterson, WR Raphael Robinson, WR Kendall Wright Defense (5): DT Terry Bilbro, SS Myles Burnsides, CB Brandon Clayton, MLB Jared Erspamer, DE Dallas Flynn Special Teams (3): PK Tommy Frevert, LS Cody Lanus, H Josh Mathews Lettermen Returning: 45 Offense - 25, Defense - 18, Specialty - 2 Lettermen Lost: 15 Offense - 4, Defense - 10, Specialty - 1 Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. Josh Mathews 381 251 9 3336 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Xavier Omon 343 1518 4.4 22 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Kendall Wright 83 1151 13.9 5 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks Jared Erspamer 48 14 72 2/8

TD 23 Ypg. 116.7 Ypg. 76.7 TFL 9/21

Date Aug. 23 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

Opponent Arkansas Tech at Nebraska-Omaha at Missouri Western Truman State Southwest Baptist vs Pittsburg State Central Missouri at Fort Hays State Washburn at Emporia State Missouri Southern

Time 7:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

Date Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 25 Dec. 2 Dec. 10 Dec. 16

Opponent Result Minnesota State W 31-14 No. 10 Nebraska-Omaha W 31-0 at Truman State W 31-10 No. 16 Missouri Western W 24-21 at Missouri Southern W 24-7 Emporia State W 49-17 at Washburn W 31-26 Fort Hays State W 59-0 Central Missouri W 31-14 No. 8 vs Pittsburg State W 41-14 Southwest Baptist W 55-9 No. 18 Midwestern State# W 27-0 No. 7 Chadron State# W 28-21 No. 6 Bloomsburg# W 33-3 No. 1 Grand Valley State## L 14-17

#-NCAA Playoffs ##-NCAA Championship Game

Series Information

Series Record: NWMSU leads 21-6 First Meeting: NWMSU 7, WU 6 (1940) Last Meeting: NWMSU 31-26 (10/14/06) in Topeka Last WU win: 31-28 (10/8/05) in Maryville Last NWMSU win: 31-26 (10/14/06) in Topeka Largest WU win: 48-14 (10/8/1994) in Topeka Largest NWMSU win: 47-0 (9/8/1984) in Maryville

Last 10 Meetings

for complete series history, turn to page 60

Date Score Oct. 3, 1998 L 31-38 Oct. 30, 1999 L 10-35 Oct. 28, 2000 L 21-63 Sept. 29, 2001 L 17-52 Oct. 5, 2002 L 13-48 Oct. 4, 2003 L 14-45 Sept. 25, 2004 L 21-49 Oct. 8, 2005 W 31-28 Nov. 19, 2005* L 32-42 Oct. 14, 2006 L 26-31 *-NCAA Second round of playoffs

Bod Bits

Location Topeka Maryville Topeka Maryville Topeka Maryville Topeka Maryville Topeka Topeka

• The Ichabods will be the Bearcats’ homecoming game this season in Maryville

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Nov. 3 in Topeka (Yager Stadium) • 1 p.m. CST

2007 Schedule Date Aug. 25 Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

General Information

Opponent Time Texas A&M-Commerce 7 p.m. East Central 7 p.m. Open at Missouri Southern 6 p.m. Missouri Western 2 p.m. at Central Missouri 1:30 p.m. vs Northwest Missouri 2 p.m. at Truman 2 p.m. at Southwest Baptist 1:30 p.m. Fort Hays State 2 p.m. at Washburn 1 p.m. Emporia State 2 p.m.

Series Information

Series Record: PSU leads 59-19-1 First Meeting: WU 7, PSU 0 (1920) Last Meeting: PSU 29-14 (10/7/06) in Pittsburg Last WU win: WU 35-34 OT (10/2/05) in Topeka Last PSU win: 29-14 (10/7/06) in Pittsburg Largest WU win: 36-13 (1953) Largest PSU win: 61-0 (10/28/1989) in Pittsburg

Last 10 Meetings

for complete series history, turn to page 60

Date Nov. 15, 1997 Nov. 14, 1998 Oct. 23, 1999 Oct. 21, 2000 Sept. 15, 2001 Sept. 21, 2002 Oct. 11, 2003 Oct. 2, 2004 Oct. 1, 2005 Oct. 10, 2006

Bod Bits

Score L 11-40 L 12-72 L 8-27 L 28-31 L 21-51 L 14-47 L 10-37 L 14-70 Wot 35-34 L 29-14

Location Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Pittsburg Topeka Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg

• The Ichabods snapped a 25-game losing streak to the Gorillas on Oct. 1, 2005 with a 35-34 overtime win in Topeka • The last win in Pittsburg for Washburn was on Oct. 29, 1977 in a 28-21 victory over the Gorillas - a streak of 16 games

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Coaching Staff

Junior Quarterback Mark Smith

Gorillas Outlook

2006 Record: 10-2 MIAA Record/Place: 7-2/T2nd Postseason: W 35-27 vs Bemidji State in Minderal Water Bowl Final Ranking: 11th Basic Offense: Multiple/Option Basic Defense: 4-4 Returning Starters: 18 Offense (9): TE Brian Barta, WR Pierce Curran, OC Drew Brown, OG Travis Greer, OG Kendall MOlz, OT Shane McGinnis, OT Zac Robinson, QB Mark Smith, FB Tyler Collums Defense (9): DE Evandall Williams, DT Rashad Pittman, DT Reggie Young, LB Trac Hendrix, LB Rusty Morgan, LB Jason Northern, DB Nick Dellasega, DB Bryan McMurtrey, DB Geoff Tisdale Special Teams (0): none Lettermen Returning: 45 Offense - 21, Defense - 23, Specialty - 1 Lettermen Lost: 14 Offense - 9, Defense - 3, Specialty - 2 Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. TD Geno Waters 129 86 7 1379 14 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Mark Smith 48 291 6.1 7 48.5 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Caleb Farabi 22 172 7.8 1 14.3 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks TFL Jason Northern 61 47 108 2/9 5/14

Head Coach: Chuck Broyles (Pittsburg State, 1970) Record at PSU: 174-36-2 (17 years) Overall Record: same Best time to reach Broyles:

Mornings Football Office Phone: (620) 235-4389 Assistant Coaches: Tim Beck (Offensive coordinator) Anton Stewart (Defensive coordinator) Lance Cullen (Defensive backs) Bill Kroenke (Offensive line) John Pierce (Running backs) Carl Roth (Linebackers)

Sports Information

Football Contact: Dan Wilkes Email: dwilkes@pittstate.edu Office Phone: (620) 235-4147 Home Phone: (620) 232-6601 SID Fax: (620) 235-4149 Press Box Phone: (620) 235-4869 Internet Address: www.pittstategorillas.com Overnight Address: Weede P.E. Building Room 235 Pittsburg, Kan. 66762

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Game 10 vs Pittsburg State university

Date Opponent Result Sept. 2 at East Central W 52-12 Sept. 9 Panhandle State W 87-0 Sept. 16 at Missouri Western L 35-48 Sept. 23 Missouri Southern W 48-24 Sept. 30 at Emporia State W4OT 59-57 Oct. 7 No. 19 Washburn W 29-14 Oct. 14 at Fort Hays State W 35-28 Oct. 21 Southwest Baptist W 63-20 Oct. 28 Truman State W 45-21 Nov. 4 vs No. 2 Northwest Missouri L 14-41 Nov. 11 Central Missouri W 35-30 Dec. 2 vs No. 23 Bemidji State# W 35-27 # Mineral Water Bowl - Excelsior Springs, Mo.

Players

Name: Pittsburg State University Location: Pittsburg, Kan. Founded: 1903 Enrollment: 6,750 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: MIAA Nickname: Gorillas Colors: Crimson and gold President: Dr. Tom Bryant Athletics Director: Chuck Broyles Stadium: Brandenburg Field/Carnie Smith Playing Surface: Field Turf

2006 Results (10-2, 7-2 MIAA)

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Intro Players Coaches Opponents Review MIAA Records History

game 11 vs Southwest Baptist University

Washburn

Nov. 10 in bolivar (Plaster stadium) • 1:30 p.m. cst

General Information

2007 Schedule

Coaching Staff

2006 Results (1-10, 1-8 MIAA)

Name: Southwest Baptist University Location: Bolivar, Mo. Founded: 1878 Enrollment: 3,500 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: MIAA Nickname: Bearcats Colors: Purple and white President: Dr. C. Pat Taylor Athletics Director: Brent Goode Stadium: Plaster Stadium Playing Surface: Grass

Head Coach: Keith Allen (Oklahoma, 1997) Record at SBU: first season Overall Record: first season Best time to reach Allen: Mornings

Football Office Phone: (417) 328-1798 Assistant Coaches: Robbie Brown (Offensive coordinator) J.C. Dawkins (Wide receivers) Tracy Hayworth (Defensive line) E.J. Junior (Linebackers) David Rogers (Tight ends/running backs) Zack Wilkerson (Cornerbacks)

Sports Information

Football Contact: Mike Pitts Email: mpitts@sbuniv.edu Office Phone: (417) 328-1799 Home Phone: (417) 326-5103 Cell Phone: (417) 328-8474 SID Fax: (417) 328-1745 Press Box Phone: (417) 328-1778 Internet Address: www.sbuniv.edu/athletics Overnight Address: Plaster Sports Center Bolivar, Mo. 65613

Travel Information

Leave: Nov. 9 at 2:30 p.m. via charter bus Lodging: Springfield Clarion 333 South Glenstone Springfield, Mo. 65804 (417) 883-6550 Return: Oct. 27 following the game

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Opponent at Harding at Southeast Missouri at Emporia State Missouri Southern at Northwest Missouri Truman at Missouri Western Pittsburg State Central Missouri at Fort Hays State Washburn

Time 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 1:30 p.m.

Date Aug. 31 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14

Opponent Harding at Missouri State at Missouri Southern Emporia State at No. 20 Washburn Fort Hays State

Result L 30-42 L 14-45 L 21-42 L 31-35 L 23-56 W 39-21

Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11

Senior Free Safety Dontrallius Burrows

Bearcat Outlook

2006 Record: 1-10 MIAA Record/Place: 1-8/10th Postseason: none Final Ranking: n/a Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: 4-2 Returning Starters: 13 Offense (7): WR Derrick Foster, WR Nick Smart, TE Joshua Vaughn, OL Austin Osment, OL Chris Gardner, OL Michael Rogers, OL Josh Schrader Defense (6): LB Jarred Schumpert, CB Lester Shelton, FS Dontrallius Burrows, CB Tony Holman, DL Kyle Swallows, DB Tryon Stigers Special Teams (0): none Lettermen Returning: 33 Offense - 18, Defense 14, Specialty - 1 Lettermen Lost: 23 Offense - 10, Defense 11, Specialty - 2 Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. John McCoy 168 88 11 1152 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Desmond Mays 51 196 3.8 2 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Nick Smart 56 860 15.4 7 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks Jarred Schumpert 40 36 76 3/24

Date Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

TD 8 Ypg. 19.6 Ypg. 86.0 TFL 9/33

at Central Missouri L 24-49 at No. 10 Pittsburg State L 20-63 No. 16 Missouri Western L 21-24 at Truman State L 28-45 No.2 Northwest Missouri L 9-55

Series Information

Series Record: WU leads 13-5 First Meeting: SBU 34, WU 19 (11/4/1989) in Bolivar Last Meeting: WU 56-23 (9/30/06) in Topeka Last WU win: 56-23 (9/30/06) in Topeka Last SBU win: 26-20 (11/16/2002) Largest WU win: 58-21 (10/14/2000) in Topeka Largest SBU win: 38-20 (11/10/2001) in Topeka

Last 10 Meetings

for complete series history, turn to page 60

Date Sept. 20, 1997 Sept. 19, 1998 Oct. 14, 1999 Oct. 14, 2000 Nov. 10, 2001 Nov. 16, 2002 Oct. 18, 2003 Oct. 9, 2004 Sept. 23, 2005 Sept. 30, 2006

Bod Bits

Score W 25-7 LOT 20-26 W 36-0 W 58-21 L 20-48 L 20-26 W 41-37 W 38-35 W 56-21 W 56-23

Location Bolivar Topeka Bolivar Topeka Topeka Bolivar Bolivar Topeka Bolivar Topeka

• The Ichabods have won 10 of the last 13 overall meetings • The Ichabods have won seven of nine meetings in Topeka • The Ichabods have won six of the nine meetings in Bolivar

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Aug. 25

Sept. 1

Sept. 8

at Washburn noon

Wayne State noon

at Northern Colorado 1 p.m.

OPEN

Washburn 1 p.m.

Western State 7 p.m.

OPEN

(Aug.23) Minn. St. 7 p.m.

OPEN

OPEN

Baker TBA

OPEN

at MissouriRolla 6:30 p.m.

(Aug. 23) Arkansas Tech 7:30 p.m.

OPEN

at Fort Hays at Adams State State 7 p.m. 1 p.m. Colorado at Mines Washburn 7 p.m. 1 p.m. ConcordiaSt. Paul 1:30 p.m. at Minn.Duluth 6 p.m. Harding 6 p.m. at Central Oklahoma 6 p.m.

Chadron State noon Emporia State 7 p.m.

Truman 1:30 p.m.

at Washburn 1 p.m.

Northwest Missouri 6 p.m.

at Pittsburg State 2 p.m.

at Okla. Panhandle TBA

at Truman TBA Pittsburg State 1:30 p.m. Washburn 2 p.m.

Pittsburg at Southwest Emporia State Baptist State 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. Southwest at Fort Hays at Missouri Baptist State Southern 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. at Central Missouri 1:30 p.m.

OPEN

Upper Iowa TBA

OPEN

at Nebraska- at Missouri Omaha Western 6 p.m. 6 p.m.

at Missouri Texas A&MEast Central OPEN Southern Commerce 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. (Aug. 30) at Southeast at Emporia OPEN at Harding Missouri State 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m.

Oct. 6

at Colorado New Mexico at Western Mines Higlands New Mexico noon 1:30 p.m. noon

at Northwest Missouri 1 p.m. Truman 1 p.m. Missouri Western 2 p.m. Missouri Southern 6 p.m.

Fort Hays State TBA

Southwest Baptist 6 p.m.

Oct. 13

Oct. 20

Oct. 27

Nov. 3

Nov. 10

Fort Lewis noon

at NebraskaKearney noon

Mesa State noon

at Western State noon

Adams State noon

at N.M. Western at Fort Highlands New Mexico Lewis TBA noon noon Missouri at Missouri Northwest Western Southern Missouri 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m.

at Emporia at Northwest Missouri State 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

at Fort Hays State 2 p.m. at Washburn 1 p.m. Central Missouri 1 p.m.

at Southwest Baptist 2 p.m. vs Pittsburg State 2 p.m.

Southwest Baptist 1:30 p.m. Fort Hays State 1 p.m.

Washburn 1 p.m. Pittsburg State 2 p.m. Central Missouri 1 p.m.

Missouri Southern 1:30 p.m.

at Emporia State 1 p.m. at Central Missouri 1:30 p.m. Missouri Western 1 p.m.

NebraskaKearney noon at Pittsburg State 2 p.m.

Missouri Southern 1:30 p.m.

at Missouri Western 1:30 p.m. at Truman 2 p.m.

at Washburn 1 p.m.

Western State noon at Central Missouri 1:30 p.m.

Central Missouri 2 p.m.

at Truman TBA

Fort Hays State 1:30 p.m.

at Northwest Missouri 1 p.m. Northwest at Pittsburg Missouri State 1 p.m. 2 p.m. Truman 1 p.m.

Emporia State 2 p.m.

at Missouri Southern 1 p.m.

Fort Hays State 2 p.m. Central Missouri 1:30 p.m.

Emporia at State Washburn 2 p.m. 1 p.m. at Fort Hays Washburn State 1:30 p.m. 2 p.m.

at Fort Hays Washburn State 1:30 p.m. 2 p.m.

at Southwest at Central vs Northwest at Truman Missouri Baptist Missouri 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. at Northwest at Missouri Pittsburg Truman Missouri Western State 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m.

Players

at Mesa State noon Southwest Baptist 2 p.m.

at Southwest at Missouri Baptist Western 1:30 p.m. 2 p.m.

at Emporia State 1 p.m.

Missouri Western TBA

Missouri Southern 1 p.m.

Thursday, Aug. 23 Saturday, Sept. 22 UCM @ Minnesota State-Mankato. . . . . . . . . . 7 p.m. *TSU @ NWMSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. Arkansas Tech @ NWMSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 p.m. *UCM @ WU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. *MWSU @ PSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 25 *MSSU @ SBU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. Chadron (Neb.) State @ WU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Noon *ESU @ FHSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 p.m. TSU @ Missouri-Rolla. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6:30 p.m. Texas A&M-Commerce @ PSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29 Western (Colo.) State @ FHSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 p.m. *FHSU @ TSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TBA *PSU @ UCM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:30 p.m. *WU @ MWSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 30 MSSU @ Haskell Indian Nations (Kan.). . . . . . 6 p.m. *ESU @ MSSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. SBU @ Harding (Ark.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. *SBU @ NWMSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 27 *UCM @ SBU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:30 p.m. *MSSU @ MWSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:30 p.m. *WU @ NWMSU (HC). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:30 p.m. *ESU @ TSU (HC). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 p.m. *FHSU @ PSU (HC). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 1 WU @ Colorado Mines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Noon ESU @ Western (Colo.) State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 p.m. Baker (Kan.) @ MWSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. East Central (Okla.) @ PSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 6 *MSSU @ WU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. *UCM @ ESU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. *MWSU @ FHSU (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 p.m. *NWMSU vs. PSU at Arrowhead, Kansas City. 2 p.m. *TSU @ SBU (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 10 *MWSU @ TSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TBA *MSSU @ NWMSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. *FHSU @ UCM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:30 p.m. *WU @ SBU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:30 p.m. *ESU @ PSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 13 *UCM @ NWMSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. *WU @ ESU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. *SBU @ MWSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:30 p.m. *FHSU @ MSSU (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 p.m. *PSU @ TSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 17 First Round NCAA Division II Playoffs . . . . . . . TBD

Saturday, Sept. 8 Upper Iowa @ TSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TBA Concordia-St. Paul (Minn.) @ UCM. . . . . . . 1:30 p.m. ESU @ Central Oklahoma. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. Harding (Ark.) @ MSSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. MWSU @ Minnesota-Duluth. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. NWMSU @ Nebraska-Omaha. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. SBU @ Southeast Missouri State. . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. Colorado Mines @ FHSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 20 *MWSU @ ESU (HC). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15 *TSU @ WU (WU) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. *FHSU @ WU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. *MSSU @ UCM (HC). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:30 p.m. *SBU @ ESU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 p.m. *PSU @ SBU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:30 p.m. *TSU @ UCM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:30 p.m. *NWMSU @ FHSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 p.m. *NWMSU @ MWSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. *PSU @ MSSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 3 *NWMSU @ ESU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. *PSU @ WU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. *UCM @ MWSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:30 p.m. *SBU @ FHSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 p.m. *TSU @ MSSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 24 Second Round NCAA Division II Playoffs. . . . . TBD Saturday, Dec. 1 Quarterfinals NCAA Division II Playoffs . . . . . . TBD Mineral Water Bowl @ Excelsior Springs, Mo. . 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8 Semifinals NCAA Division II Playoffs. . . . . . . . . TBD Saturday, Dec. 15 NCAA Division II Championship Game. . . . . . TBD *= MIAA Game. Schedule as of June 12, 2007.

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Coaches Opponents Review MIAA Records History Washburn

2007 Opponents composite schedule

OPEN

(Aug. 30) at Haskell 7 p.m. at Western State 2 p.m.

Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29


Intro Players Coaches Opponents Review MIAA Records History

series history with 2007 opponents

Washburn

Chadron State (0-0) First meeting in 2007 Colorado Mines (10-4) 1953 W 13-0 1954 W 13-10 1955 W 13-7 1956 W 13-0 1957 W 26-6 1958 L 12-13 1959 W 14-13 O7 1961 W 20-6 O6 1962 L 16-34 O5 1963 L 13-22 O3 1964 W 16-0 A28 2004 L 27-34 A27 2005 W 28-17 S2 2006 W 41-21 Fort Hays State (36-22-3) 1919 W 7-6 1928 L 2-6 1929 W 27-0 1930 W 31-7 1931 W 27-7 1932 W 12-0 1933 T 0-0 1934 L 23-12 1935 L 6-12 1941 W 21-0 1942 W 21-13 1946 T 20-20 1947 W 47-14 1948 T 6-6 1949 W 35-13 1950 W 7-0 1951 W 34-6 1952 W 20-14 1953 L 6-7 1954 L 6-27 1955 W 27-7 1956 W 32-19 1957 L 16-19 1958 W 19-6 1959 W 19-12 1960 W 33-7 N11 1961 L 7-14 N10 1962 L 14-33 N9 1963 W 46-0 O17 1964 W 14-7 O16 1965 L 0-25 O15 1966 L 0-7 O14 1967 L 0-35 O12 1968 W 9-6 O11 1969 W 27-6 O10 1970 L 8-27 O9 1971 W 34-10 O14 1972 W 31-29 O13 1973 W 19-14 O26 1974 W 14-7 O25 1975 W 27-8 O30 1976 W 23-19 N12 1977 W 30-22 N11 1978 L 10-17 O20 1979 L 6-20 O18 1980 L 17-28 O31 1981 L 0-7 O30 1982 L 7-34 O22 1983 W 24-3 O20 1984 W 26-14 O26 1985 L 0-30 O25 1986 W 40-35 N7 1987 W 49-12 N5 1988 L 14-22 S14 1996 L 6-21 S13 1997 W 31-14 S12 1998 L 12-24 S11 1999 W 17-14 S14 2002 L 29-37 S13 2003 W 28-4 S23 2006 W 37-7

Golden Topeka Golden Topeka Golden Topeka

Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Topeka Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Topeka Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays

S26 S25 S24 S23 S21 S20 S21 S20 S19 S17 S9 S8 O19 O17 S25 S24 O7 O12 N8 N7 S30 S30 O11 O19 N1 O23 S10 S16

1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

W T L L L L W W L W L L L W L L W W L L L L L L L L W W

31-0 7-7 7-38 0-14 0-34 0-17 31-3 37-14 17-26 28-27 7-29 7-24 0-21 13-10 19-41 10-43 37-21 23-7 14-20 0-37 18-32 17-28 34-58 21-55 28-49 21-47 42-27 14-10

Warrensburg Topeka Warrensburg Topeka Warrensburg Topeka Warrensburg Topeka Topeka Warrensburg Warrensburg Topeka Warrensburg Topeka Warrensburg Topeka Warrensburg Topeka Warrensburg Topeka Topeka Warrensburg Topeka Warrensburg Topeka Warrensburg Topeka Warrensburg

Missouri Western (14-19-2) S16 1972 W 58-3 S15 1973 T 13-13 S21 1974 W 37-0 S20 1975 L 24-27 S18 1976 W 26-15 O22 1977 T 7-7 O21 1978 L 25-53 O27 1979 W 23-21 O25 1980 L 14-45 N7 1981 L 0-52 N6 1982 L 21-37 O29 1983 W 24-21 O27 1984 L 21-37 N2 1985 L 10-13 N1 1986 W 21-14 O3 1987 W 31-6 O1 1988 W 17-10 N11 1989 W 28-21 N10 1990 W 21-10 N16 1991 L 23-35 N14 1992 L 17-41 O23 1993 L 10-41 O22 1994 L 28-60 S16 1995 L 6-17 S21 1996 W 21-7 O18 1997 L 12-13 O17 1998 W 35-27 S25 1999 L 10-35 S23 2000 L 13-23 O20 2001 L 6-27 O26 2002 L2OT 28-34 N8 2003 L 14-30 O30 2004 W 30-23 N5 2005 LOT 21-28 N11 2006 W 16-3

Missouri Southern (16-20-1) O17 1970 T 21-21 016 1971 L 10-14 O21 1972 L 3-14 O19 1973 W 9-3 N2 1974 W 35-17 N1 1975 L 9-21 O23 1976 L 21-35 O8 1977 L 21-38 O7 1978 L 7-20 N10 1979 W 20-19 N8 1980 L 9-35 O3 1981 L 0-12 O2 1982 L 0-20 N12 1983 W 24-10 N10 1984 W 31-29 S28 1985 W 19-6 Central Missouri (17-19-2) S27 1986 W 25-7 1902 W 6-0 O24 1987 L 14-32 1914 W 6-0 O22 1988 W 35-23 1915 W 19-7 S23 1989 L 6-21 1943 T 0-0 S22 1990 L 3-30 1944 W 12-2 O5 1991 L 6-31 1945 W 25-0 O3 1992 L 14-44 1960 L 14-35 S29 1961 W 27-15 Topeka O30 1993 L 21-36 S29 1962 W 20-0 Warrensburg O29 1994 L 16-38 S28 1963 W 34-0 Topeka N11 1995 L 0-25

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Topeka St. Joseph Topeka St. Joseph Topeka Topeka Topeka St. Joseph Topeka St. Joseph St. Joseph St. Joseph Topeka St. Joseph Topeka St. Joseph Topeka Topeka St. Joseph St. Joseph Topeka St. Joseph Topeka St. Joseph Topeka St. Joseph Topeka St. Joseph Topeka St. Joseph Topeka St. Joseph Topeka St. Joseph Topeka Joplin Topeka Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Topeka Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Joplin Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka

N16 O23 O24 S18 S16 S22 S28 N15 N6 O29 N4

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

L L W W W W L W W W W

31-32 14-17 49-37 35-28 24-22 29-28 28-52 38-35 58-43 49-35 14-13

Emporia State (46-51-6) 1899 L 0-11 1901 W 6-0 1902 W 6-0 1903 T 0-0 1904 W 21-0 1905 W 29-6 1906 W 6-0 1907 W 18-0 1908 W 6-0 1909 W 24-6 1910 L 12-14 1911 W 8-0 1912 L 6-7 1913 W 41-7 1914 L 0-19 1915 T 7-7 1916 L 7-23 1917 T 0-0 1918 W 22-3 1919 W 20-6 1920 T 7-7 1921 W 10-7 1922 L 0-34 1923 T 7-7 1924 L 0-18 1925 L 0-6 1926 L 0-35 1927 L 7-20 1928 L 6-45 1929 W 6-2 1930 W 13-6 1931 W 20-7 1932 T 0-0 1933 L 6-7 1934 L 6-14 1935 W 12-7 1936 L 7-14 1937 L 6-12 1938 W 19-6 1939 W 12-0 1940 L 7-38 1941 L 12-20 1942 L 0-12 1946 W 20-12 1947 L 6-12 1948 L 0-7 1949 L 14-19 1950 L 19-27 1951 W 14-13 1952 L 6-7 1953 W 21-0 1954 W 14-6 1955 W 26-6 1956 W 34-6 1957 W 25-0 1958 L 6-27 1959 L 13-24 1960 L 6-7 O13 1961 L 10-26 O13 1962 W 7-6 O12 1963 W 32-6 N14 1964 W 19-6 N13 1965 W 21-0 S10 1966 L 0-14 N12 1966 L 6-12 N11 1967 L 7-34 N9 1968 L 19-47 N8 1969 L 14-28 N7 1970 W 34-21 N6 1971 L 0-3 N11 1972 L 7-41 N10 1973 W 20-10 O5 1974 W 36-15 O4 1975 W 42-13 O9 1976 W 21-0 O1 1977 W 40-12 S30 1978 W 17-7 S29 1979 L 11-17 S27 1980 L 7-45 O10 1981 W 17-10

Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin

O9 O1 S29 O5 O4 N14 N12 O12 O10 N6 N5 S30 O5 O30 O29 N13 N11 O27 N2 S20 S11 O22 O28

1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

L W L W L W W L L L L L L L L L L L W LOT W W W

Truman (6-18) 1958 L 1959 L 1960 L S22 1961 L 22 1962 L S21 1963 W S16 1989 W S15 1990 L S21 1991 L S19 1992 L O16 1993 L O15 1994 L S23 1995 L S28 1996 L O11 1997 L O10 1998 L N6 1999 W N4 2000 L O6 2001 L O12 2002 W S27 2003 L S18 2004 W O15 2005 W O21 2006 L

Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Emporia Topeka Emporia Emporia Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka

13-20 41-7 0-14 25-18 16-22 28-21 59-46 18-49 18-25 19-37 7-43 24-25 35-40 35-64 27-35 20-45 21-35 19-38 34-21 28-35 28-10 42-14 37-6

Topeka Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka

13-26 0-6 12-39 9-27 0-39 7-6 21-3 17-44 7-14 8-42 0-34 31-50 17-41 21-38 7-37 28-38 52-18 42-45 26-27 26-21 6-12 62-0 21-14 7-21

Topeka Kirksville Topeka Topeka Topeka Topeka Kirksville Topeka Kirksville Topeka Kirksville Topeka Kirksville Topeka Kirksville Topeka Kirksville Topeka Kirksville Topeka Kirksville

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2006 In Review

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Winning, Winning, Winning

For the third straight season, the Washburn Ichabods recorded an above .500 record after completing the 2006 campaign with a 7-4 record. This feat marks the first time since the 1986 through 1988 seasons the program has recorded three straight winning years coming off a 9-3 record in 2005 and an 8-4 record in 2004.

Records shattered

The Ichabods broke several school, MIAA and NCAA records during the 2006 season. Sam Sissom became the Ichabods’ and the MIAA’s all-time leader in touchdown receptions after he pulled down 40 for his career. Sissom also snapped the Washburn record for recepions with 191 and 3,288 reception yards. Trent Hearn broke five career records in 2006 as he became Washburn’s alltime leading rusher with 3,154 yards. He also broke the school high-water mark with his 48 rushing touchdowns, 679 career rushing attempts while becoming Washburn’s all-time leader with 296 career points. Fletcher Terrell added to his career interception record by picking off five passes giving him 22 for his career. He also set the NCAA record for passes defended with 70.

NFL Drafted

Trey Lewis, a first team All-American by several organizations, was the sixth round draft choice of the Atlanta Falcons and the 185th overall pick. He was the first Ichabod to be drafted since 1988 when linebacker Troy Stedman was picked by the Kansas Chiefs and only the fourth Ichabod overall to be picked in the NFL draft.

Schurig after five years

Ichabod head coach Craig Schurig is 32-25 entering his sixth season on the Washburn sidelines. The 32 wins is the most wins by any coach after five years topping Ernest Berg who recorded 30 in his first five seasons at Washburn. Larry Elliott recorded 28 wins and Dick Godlove had 26 wins after five seasons as the Ichabod football coach.

All-America Honors

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American honors as defensive tackle Trey Lewis and Fletcher Terrell were honored. Lewis became the first Ichabod since 1964 to be named to the Associated Press Little All-American team as well as becoming the second Ichabod named to the American Football Coaches Association first team while also receiving Football Gazette first team honors. Terrell was named D2football.com second team and Football Gazette Third Team All-American accolades.

All-MIAA Honors

The Ichabods picked up two of the four largest individual honors on the allMIAA teams as Trey Lewis was named the league’s Most Valuable Defensive Player and Zach Watkins was picked as the MIAA’s Freshman of the Year. Lewis was a unanimous pick on the defensive line and Fletcher Terrell was a first team pick at defensive back as well as an honorable mention selection as a kickoff returner. Running back Trent Hearn was a second team choice along with offensive lineman Jeff Rickard and linebacker Bruce Ringwood. Receiving honorable mention allMIAA honors were Sam Sissom, Eric Eisenbarth, Eric Lawrence, Zach Watkins and Ben Boswell.

Classroom Success

The Ichabods had a successful year in the classroom as well. Zach Watkins received MIAA All-Academic Team honors after recording a 3.68 GPA. Watkins was also placed on the MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll along with Jeremy Assal, Mitch Birt, Ben Boswell, Adam Ewy, Jake Forck, Jake Lebahn, Tommy Mangino, James Martin, Dustin Moyer, Dan Schneider and Mark Scott.

Crowd Support

The Ichabods have had tremendous fan support in Yager Stadium. Washburn finished the 2006 season with an average attendance of 6,177 per game in five home outings. That total ranked fourth in the MIAA and 19th in the country out of all NCAA Division II schools. Based on the stadium capacity of 7,200 - the Ichabods played in front of an 85 percent full stadium in each of its five home games.

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Intro

2006 Washburn Football Honors #2 Fletcher Terrell • DB

#64 Eric Eisenbarth • OL

#80 Mitch Birt • DE

MIAA Defensive Player of the Week (11/11 vs MWSU) D2Football.com All-American Second Team Football Gazette All-American Third Team CoSIDA/Daktronics First Team All-Region Football Gazette First Team All-Region First Team All-MIAA Defensive Back Honorable Mention All-MIAA Kickoff Returner

Honorable Mention All-MIAA

MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll

#65 Jeff Rickard • OL

#83 Sam Sissom • WR

Second Team All-MIAA

Honorable Mention All-MIAA

#76 Trey Lewis • DT

#81 Jake Lebahn • WR

NFL Draft Sixth Round Selection of Atlanta Falcons Associated Press Little First Team All-American Football Gazette First Team All-American AFCA First Team All-American D2Football.com Second Team All-American CoSIDA/Daktronics First Team All-Region Football Gazette First Team All-Region Texas vs the Nation Postseason All-Star Game MIAA Most Valuable Defensive Player First Team All-MIAA Ichabods’ Defensive MVP Ichabods’ Team MVP

MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll

#6 Trent Hearn • RB Second Team All-MIAA Ichabods’ Offensive MVP MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll

#10 Jordan Brill • QB MIAA Offensive Player of the Week (9/2 vs CSM)

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#85 Mark Scott • TE MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll

History

#90 Eric Lawrence • DE

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2006 In Review

#9 Tommy Mangino • QB

Players

#94 Dustin Moyer • DE MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll

#12 Cary Williams • DB MIAA Defensive Player of the Week (9/2 vs CSM)

#17 Bruce Ringwood • LB Second Team All-MIAA

#22 Aaron Neal • LB MIAA Defensive Player of the Week (9/30 vs SBU)

#29 Jake Forck • DB MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll

#32 James Martin • TE MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll

#33 Adam Ewy • LB MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll Ichabods’ Six-Second Competitor

#35 Ben Boswell • P MIAA Special Teams Player of the Week (9/10 vs UCM) Honorable Mention All-MIAA MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll Ichabods’ Special Teams MVP

#43 Zach Watkins • LB MIAA Freshman of the Year CoSIDA/Daktronics Second Team All-Region Honorable Mention All-MIAA MIAA All-Academic Team Ichabods’ Freshman of the Year

#49 Jeremy Assal • LB MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll

#54 Dan Schneider • OL MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll

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2006 Results (7-4, 6-3 MIAA) Date Opponent Sep 02 COLORADO MINES Sep 09 at Western Washington *Sep 16 at #19 Central Missouri *Sep 23 at Fort Hays State *Sep 30 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST *Oct 07 at #11 Pittsburg State *Oct 14 #2 NORTHWEST MISSOURI *Oct 21 at Truman *Oct 28 EMPORIA STATE *Nov 04 at Missouri Southern *Nov 11 #11 MISSOURI WESTERN *MIAA Game

Team Statistics

SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Att-Comp-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS INT RETURNS: #-YARDS KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS Average Per Game PUNTS-YARDS Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-YARDS MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st Washburn 72 Opponents 42

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Score Time Attend W 41-21 2:35 6762 L 13-16 2:34 1800 W 14-10 2:29 9970 W 37-7 2:42 2468 W 56-23 3:01 6527 L 14-29 2:55 8577 L 26-31 2:35 6103 L 7-21 2:14 2500 W 37-6 2:45 6093 W 14-13 2:48 3215 W 16-3 2:40 6010

WU OPP 275 180 25.0 16.4 165 183 82 66 72 105 11 12 1787 1185 2063 1551 276 366 427 369 4.2 3.2 162.5 107.7 23 7 1827 2197 217-110-11 346-190-17 8.4 6.3 16.6 11.6 166.1 199.7 12 13 3614 3382 644 715 5.6 4.7 328.5 307.5 34-723 38-845 29-257 15-142 17-141 11-89 21.3 22.2 8.9 9.5 8.3 8.1 19-10 13-5 76-626 49-425 56.9 38.6 59-2019 58-1836 34.2 31.7 30.8 26.5 28:34 31:26 50/141 57/158 35% 36% 7/13 8/26 54% 31% 25-178 17-109 0 0 38 21 4-10 12-16 0-0 0-0 29-41 71% 23-33 70% 26-41 63% 15-33 45% 31-33 94% 16-19 84% 31495 28530 5/6299 6/4755 3rd 89 35

4th Total 50 275 45 180

Trent Hearn

Individual Statistics Rushing GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G Mosley,Ra’Shawn 8 100 731 41 690 6.9 7 53 86.2 Hearn,Trent 11 143 601 44 557 3.9 9 33 50.6 Walker,Brandon 11 116 487 56 431 3.7 5 28 39.2 Brown,Chris 10 17 96 2 94 5.5 2 34 9.4 Cole,Brad 9 11 65 1 64 5.8 0 23 7.1 Haug,Brad 8 4 23 0 23 5.8 0 9 2.9 Gardiner,Aaron 10 1 12 0 12 12.0 0 12 1.2 Kavanaugh,Andy 10 0 5 0 5 0.0 0 0 0.5 Brackenbury,Damian 9 1 3 0 3 3.0 0 3 0.3 Minikwu,Taurence 11 1 2 0 2 2.0 0 2 0.2 Mangino,Tommy 2 1 0 3 -3 -3.0 0 0 -1.5 Wofford,Beau 6 9 12 20 -8 -0.9 0 4 -1.3 TEAM 8 6 0 28 -28 -4.7 0 0 -3.5 Brill,Jordan 6 17 26 81 -55 -3.2 0 11 -9.2 Total 11 427 2063 276 1787 4.2 23 53 162.5 Opponents 11 369 1551 366 1185 3.2 7 43 107.7 PASSING G Effic Att-Cmp-Int Brill,Jordan 6 158.05 79-137-6 Wofford,Beau 6 83.59 26-60-3 Walker,Brandon 11 76.43 4-13-2 TEAM 8 0.00 0-2-0 Sissom,Sam 11 0.00 0-2-0 Mangino,Tommy 2 222.20 1-2-0 Mosley,Ra’Shawn 8 0.00 0-1-0 Total 11 129.52 110-217-11 Opponents 11 110.82 190-346-17 RECEIVING G No. Sissom,Sam 11 39 Gardiner,Aaron 10 25 Lebahn,Jake 11 15 Hearn,Trent 11 8 Ramsey,Ben 10 7 Powers,Drameagon6 5 Martin,James 10 3 Minikwu,Taurence 11 3 Walker,Brandon 11 2 Mosley,Ra’Shawn 8 2 Brown,Matt 2 1 Total 11 110 Opponents 11 190

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Pct 57.7 43.3 30.8 0.0 0.0 50.0 0.0 50.7 54.9

Yds TD Lng Avg/G 1348 11 74 224.7 359 0 43 59.8 79 1 23 7.2 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 41 0 41 20.5 0 0 0 0.0 1827 12 74 166.1 2197 13 83 199.7

Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G 674 17.3 4 74 61.3 496 19.8 2 49 49.6 245 16.3 2 40 22.3 94 11.8 1 49 8.5 92 13.1 3 52 9.2 59 11.8 0 26 9.8 83 27.7 0 53 8.3 14 4.7 0 6 1.3 18 9.0 0 12 1.6 11 5.5 0 6 1.4 41 41.0 0 41 20.5 1827 16.6 12 74 166.1 2197 11.6 13 83 199.7


FUMBLE RETURNS No. Watkins,Zach 1 Total 1 Opponents 1 PUNTING Boswell,Ben TEAM Total Opponents

PUNT RETURNS Sissom,Sam Tetuan,Jarod Terrell,Fletcher Martin,James Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg TD Long 23 200 8.7 0 36 4 20 5.0 0 9 1 22 22.0 0 0 1 15 15.0 0 15 29 257 8.9 0 36 15 142 9.5 0 21

INTERCEPTIONS Terrell,Fletcher Williams,Cary Tetuan,Jarod Krajicek,Michael Gaswick,Nathan Ewy,Adam Talley,Henry Neal,Aaron Watkins,Zach Total Opponents

No. 5 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 17 11

Yds Avg TD Long 30 6.0 0 17 10 2.5 0 10 0 0.0 0 0 4 4.0 0 4 0 0.0 0 0 4 4.0 0 4 0 0.0 0 0 74 74.0 1 74 19 19.0 1 19 141 8.3 2 74 89 8.1 0 24

PAT PAT SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Hearn,Trent 10 0-0 0-0 1-1 Sabel,Connor 0 4-10 31-33 0-0 Mosley,Ra’Shawn 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 Walker,Brandon 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 Sissom,Sam 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 Ramsey,Ben 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 Brown,Chris 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 Watkins,Zach 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 Gardiner,Aaron 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 Lebahn,Jake 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 Neal,Aaron 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 TEAM 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Tetuan,Jarod 0 0-0 0-0 0-2 Total 38 4-10 31-33 1-3 Opponents 21 12-16 16-19 0-0 KICK RETURNS Terrell,Fletcher Williams,Cary Gardiner,Aaron Wilhoite,Michael Burgess,Marquetis Martin,James Sissom,Sam Total Opponents

No. 15 10 4 2 1 1 1 34 38

PAT PAT Rcv Pass Saf PTS 0 0-0 0 62 0 0-0 0 43 0 0-0 0 42 0 0-0 0 30 0 0-0 0 24 0 0-0 0 18 0 0-0 0 12 0 0-0 0 12 0 0-0 0 12 0 0-0 0 12 0 0-0 0 6 0 0-0 1 2 0 0-2 0 0 0 0-2 1 275 1 1-2 0 180

Yds Avg TD Long 385 25.7 0 55 202 20.2 0 29 106 26.5 0 39 0 0.0 0 0 16 16.0 0 16 -1 -1.0 0 0 15 15.0 0 15 723 21.3 0 55 845 22.2 0 50

No. Yds Avg Long TB 56 1974 35.2 70 3 3 45 15.0 29 0 59 2019 34.2 70 3 58 1836 31.7 48 2

TOTAL OFFENSE G Plays Brill,Jordan 6 154 Mosley,Ra’Shawn 8 101 Hearn,Trent 11 143 Walker,Brandon 11 129 Wofford,Beau 6 69 Brown,Chris 10 17 Cole,Brad 9 11 Mangino,Tommy 2 3 Haug,Brad 8 4 Gardiner,Aaron 10 1 Kavanaugh,Andy 10 0 Brackenbury,Damian 9 1 Minikwu,Taurence 11 1 TEAM 8 8 Total 11 644 Opponents 11 715 FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Sabel,Connor 4-10 FG SEQUENCE Colorado Mines Western Washington Central Missouri Fort Hays State Southwest Baptist Pittsburg State Northwest Missouri Truman Emporia State Missouri Southern Missouri Western

Rush -55 690 557 431 -8 94 64 -3 23 12 5 3 2 -28 1787 1185

Players FC 15 0 15 8

I20 Blkd 18 0 0 3 18 3 11 2

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Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Blk 40.0 0-0 2-2 2-6 0-2 0-0 0 Washburn OPPONENTS (36),(38) 35 (24),(33),(40) - 17,(44) (25),36 48 (29) - (27),(26),31,(38) - 38,(40) - (23) 32 (45),(27) 42,39 (24),34

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Pass Total Avg/G 1348 1293 215.5 0 690 86.2 0 557 50.6 79 510 46.4 359 351 58.5 0 94 9.4 0 64 7.1 41 38 19.0 0 23 2.9 0 12 1.2 0 5 0.5 0 3 0.3 0 2 0.2 0 -28 -3.5 1827 3614 328.5 2197 3382 307.5

ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR Sissom,Sam 11 0 674 200 Mosley,Ra’Shawn 8 690 11 0 Hearn,Trent 11 557 94 0 Gardiner,Aaron 10 12 496 0 Walker,Brandon 11 431 18 0 Terrell,Fletcher 11 0 0 22 Lebahn,Jake 11 0 245 0 Williams,Cary 11 0 0 0 Martin,James 10 0 83 15 Brown,Chris 10 94 0 0 Ramsey,Ben 10 0 92 0 Neal,Aaron 11 0 0 0 Cole,Brad 9 64 0 0 Powers,Drameagon 6 0 59 0 Brown,Matt 2 0 41 0 Haug,Brad 8 23 0 0 Tetuan,Jarod 11 0 0 20 Watkins,Zach 11 0 0 0 Minikwu,Taurence 11 2 14 0 Burgess,Marquetis 9 0 0 0 Kavanaugh,Andy 10 5 0 0 Krajicek,Michael 11 0 0 0 Ewy,Adam 11 0 0 0 Brackenbury,Damian 9 3 0 0 Mangino,Tommy 2 -3 0 0 Wofford,Beau 6 -8 0 0 TEAM 8 -28 0 0 Brill,Jordan 6 -55 0 0 Total 11 1787 1827 257 Opponents 11 1185 2197 142

Coaches

KOR IR Tot Avg/G 15 0 889 80.8 0 0 701 87.6 0 0 651 59.2 106 0 614 61.4 0 0 449 40.8 385 30 437 39.7 0 0 245 22.3 202 10 212 19.3 -1 0 97 9.7 0 0 94 9.4 0 0 92 9.2 0 74 74 6.7 0 0 64 7.1 0 0 59 9.8 0 0 41 20.5 0 0 23 2.9 0 0 20 1.8 0 19 19 1.7 0 0 16 1.5 16 0 16 1.8 0 0 5 0.5 0 4 4 0.4 0 4 4 0.4 0 0 3 0.3 0 0 -3 -1.5 0 0 -8 -1.3 0 0 -28 -3.5 0 0 -55 -9.2 723 141 4735 430.5 845 89 4458 405.3

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Zach Watkins

Jarod Tetuan

Trey Lewis

Defensive Statistics GP-GS UT AT TT TFL Watkins,Zach 11-10 44 56 100 11-20 Tetuan,Jarod 11-11 38 28 66 1-1 Lewis,Trey 11-11 26 36 62 10-33 Neal,Aaron 11-10 32 28 60 10-39 Ringwood,Bruce 11-10 29 24 53 13-35 Krajicek,Michael 11-1 21 26 47 3-8 Ewy,Adam 11-4 20 22 42 6-34 Terrell,Fletcher 11-11 26 14 40 1-8 Williams,Cary 11-11 30 8 38 1-2 Lawrence,Eric 11-11 18 11 29 12-55 Sims,Roy 11-9 9 17 26 7-8 Birt,Mitch 10-2 11 13 24 4-13 Beck,Erin 10-0 11 12 23 . Hicks,Aaron 9-0 7 13 20 1-0 Brown,Chris 10-7 7 11 18 3-5 Huenefeld,Cody 10-2 2 11 13 7-17 Tossie,Sam 6-0 6 7 13 1-1 Jackson,Brandon 10-0 5 8 13 4-8 Moyer,Dustin 11-9 6 3 9 5-11 Talley,Henry 10-0 5 4 9 1-0 Wilhoite,Michael 9-0 4 2 6 . Cole,Brad 9-0 6 . 6 . Burgess,Marquetis 9-0 3 2 5 . Gaswick,Nathan 6-0 2 2 4 . Bianchino,Ben 6-0 2 2 4 2-8 Martin,James 10-10 2 2 4 . Sissom,Sam 11-11 3 1 4 . Lebahn,Jake 11-1 3 1 4 . Haug,Brad 8-0 2 1 3 . Forck,Jake 7-0 2 1 3 . . Kavanaugh,Andy 10-10 2 . 2 . Frommoethelydo,D.J. 1-0 . 1 1 . Sabel,Connor 11-0 1 . 1 . Trumpp,Bryce 1-0 1 . 1 . Wofford,Beau 6-4 1 . 1 . Eisenbarth,Eric 11-11 1 . 1 . Ramsey,Ben 10-2 1 . 1 . Moller,Josh 1-0 1 . 1 . TEAM 8-0 . . . . Total 11-0 390 367 757 103-306 Opponents 11-0 386 268 654 68-226

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Int-Yds 1-19 2-0 . 1-74 . 1-4 1-4 5-30 4-10 . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . 1-0 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . 17-141 11-89

PD . 3 2 1 2 1 4 7 5 5 . 1 . 1 5 . . . . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 29

QBH 2 . 2 . . . . . . 2 . . . . . 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 5

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FF BLK . . . . 1 1 2 . 1 . . . 1 . . 1 . . . . . 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 6 4 11 3

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Game by Game Tackles - at least 9 total tackles UA-A TOT CSM 44-56 100 6-5 38-28 66 3-5 26-36 62 1-3 32-28 60 5-4 29-24 53 1-3 21-26 47 1-3 20-22 42 0-3 26-14 40 4-2 30-8 38 1-0 18-11 29 2-1 9-17 26 1-4 11-13 24 1-1 11-12 23 0-3 7-13 20 1-5 7-11 18 1-1 6-7 13 DNP 5-8 13 - 2-11 13 0-1 5-4 9 - 6-3 9 1-0

WWU CMSU 3-3 6-5 4-4 3-3 3-1 1-4 5-0 2-1 2-1 1-1 1-5 3-3 3-1 2-1 0-3 2-3 3-3 3-1 6-0 1-1 4-0 1-2 DNP 1-0 DNP 0-1 - 2-4 0-1 1-4 DNP - DNP 2-3 DNP 1-0 DNP - 2-0 -

FHSU 4-4 5-2 2-6 1-3 1-3 2-2 1-0 3-0 1-0 - 0-2 0-4 - - 1-2 2-1 2-2 1-2 - 0-1

SBU 3-3 - 2-3 5-1 2-3 2-2 2-0 3-0 1-1 1-1 0-2 1-0 1-3 2-0 2-2 4-1 0-1 - 0-2 1-1

PSU 2-6 2-2 3-6 3-3 3-3 0-6 0-3 2-1 7-1 1-1 0-4 1-1 2-3 1-2 1-1 0-3 0-1 - 1-2 0-1

NWMSU TSU ESU 2-9 4-1 2-2 6-3 7-1 5-3 2-2 2-2 2-2 4-8 - 1-3 7-5 2-0 6-1 4-0 3-1 2-0 2-1 2-3 2-2 4-1 1-0 2-0 3-0 3-0 0-1 2-1 2-0 - 2-0 - - 2-3 5-2 0-1 1-1 - 1-0 1-1 0-1 - - DNP - DNP - DNP - - 1-1 0-3 0-1 0-2 1-0 - 2-0 - 1-0 -

MSSU 4-12 2-4 5-2 3-1 3-1 2-4 4-3 3-1 4-1 2-5 - - 4-0 DNP 1-0 0-2 - 0-1 1-0 -

MWSU 8-6 1-1 3-5 3-4 1-3 1-0 2-5 2-3 4-0 1-1 1-3 0-1 2-1 DNP DNP 0-1 1-0

WWU CMSU - - 1-1 1-3 1-5 3-3 2-11 - 2-9 - - 1-1 DNP 1-10 2-8 - 1-5 - DNP 2-4 DNP 1-10 - - - - DNP 1-0 - - DNP - DNP - - - 1-2 - - 1-0

FHSU 1-6 - - 2-1 - 1-1 1-1 - 1-0 1-2 1-1 1-1 - 1-8 - - - - - -

SBU 1-0 1-4 1-1 - 1-9 1-1 - 1-5 1-4 1-2 - 2-4 1-4 - - 1-1 1-0 1-8 - -

PSU - 1-3 1-1 2-6 1-1 2-0 - - - - - - 1-0 DNP - - - - - -

NWMSU TSU ESU 5-18 1-2 3-5 2-22 1-1 - 2-5 - 1-1 1-1 - 1-3 2-2 - - 1-2 - - 1-1 1-2 1-1 1-10 - - - 1-1 - - - - 1-1 1-1 - - DNP - - 1-4 - DNP - - - 1-1 - DNP - DNP - - - - - - - - - - - -

MSSU 1-3 2-10 - 1-9 2-15 - 1-0 1-9 - - - - - DNP - - - - - -

MWSU 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-2 1-1 DNP -

WWU CMSU 1-0 1-3 1-7 - 1-8 - - - DNP 1-3 1-5 - 1-5 - - - - - - - - - DNP 1-10 DNP - DNP 1-10

FHSU - - - 1-6 1-2 - - 1-1 - - - - 1-8 -

SBU 1-4 1-9 - - - - 1-4 1-1 - 1-4 - - - -

PSU - - 1-5 - - - - - - - - - DNP -

NWMSU TSU ESU - - - - - - - - 1-3 2-15 - - - - - 1-5 - - - - - - DNP - 1-10 - - - - - - - - - - - DNP - - - - -

MSSU 1-9 1-11 1-9 - - - - - 1-9 - - - DNP -

MWSU DNP -

Game by Game Tackles For Loss - at least 5 TFL

Ringwood,Bruce Lawrence,Eric Watkins,Zach Lewis,Trey Neal,Aaron Sims,Roy Huenefeld,Cody Ewy,Adam Moyer,Dustin Jackson,Brandon Birt,Mitch Brown,Chris Krajicek,Michael Bianchino,Ben Tetuan,Jarod Tossie,Sam Talley,Henry Terrell,Fletcher Williams,Cary Hicks,Aaron

UA-A TOT CSM 10-3 13 - 8-4 12 2-10 3-8 11 1-3 5-5 10 1-2 6-4 10 2-3 1-6 7 1-3 1-6 7 1-2 5-1 6 - 4-1 5 - 0-4 4 - 1-3 4 - 1-2 3 - 1-2 3 - 1-1 2 - 1-0 1 - 1-0 1 DNP 0-1 1 - 1-0 1 - 1-0 1 - 0-1 1 -

Game by Game Sacks

Lawrence,Eric Neal,Aaron Lewis,Trey Ringwood,Bruce Jackson,Brandon Watkins,Zach Moyer,Dustin Brown,Chris Ewy,Adam Krajicek,Michael Sims,Roy Huenefeld,Cody Bianchino,Ben Birt,Mitch

UA-A TOT CSM 3-2 5 1-7 3-1 4 1-2 4-0 4 - 2-1 3 - 0-2 2 - 1-1 2 - 2-0 2 - 1-1 2 - 2-0 2 - 0-1 1 - 0-1 1 1-3 1-0 1 - 1-0 1 - 1-0 1 -

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Watkins,Zach Tetuan,Jarod Lewis,Trey Neal,Aaron Ringwood,Bruce Krajicek,Michael Ewy,Adam Terrell,Fletcher Williams,Cary Lawrence,Eric Sims,Roy Birt,Mitch Beck,Erin Hicks,Aaron Brown,Chris Tossie,Sam Jackson,Brandon Huenefeld,Cody Talley,Henry Moyer,Dustin


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Jordan Brill

Passing Jordan Brill ATT CMP INT PCT YDS TD LNG Colorado Mines 27 18 0 66.7 309 5 49 Western Washington 29 15 2 51.7 330 1 74 Central Missouri 18 10 0 55.6 111 0 31 Fort Hays State 24 13 0 54.2 162 3 40 Southwest Baptist 16 10 1 62.5 246 1 53 Pittsburg State 23 13 3 56.5 190 1 49 TOTALS 137 79 6 57.7 1348 11 74 Beau Wofford ATT CMP INT PCT YDS TD LNG Fort Hays State 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Southwest Baptist 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Northwest Missouri 12 5 0 41.7 69 0 34 Truman 7 3 1 42.9 19 0 14 Emporia State 19 11 2 57.9 170 0 43 Missouri Southern 19 7 0 36.8 101 0 30 TOTALS 60 26 3 43.3 359 0 43 Brandon Walker ATT CMP INT PCT YDS TD LNG Northwest Missouri 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 Missouri Western 11 4 1 36.4 79 1 23 TOTALS 13 4 2 30.8 79 1 23 Tommy Mangino ATT CMP INT PCT YDS TD LNG Southwest Baptist 2 1 0 50 41 0 41 TOTALS 2 1 0 50 41 0 41

Ra’Shawn Mosley ATT GN LS NET TD LNG Central Missouri 11 77 0 77 0 41 Fort Hays State 13 68 5 63 1 17 Southwest Baptist 15 193 0 193 2 40 Pittsburg State 15 105 8 97 1 20 Northwest Missouri 10 97 3 94 1 53 Truman 17 59 12 47 1 9 Emporia State 13 75 13 62 1 24 Missouri Western 6 57 0 57 0 33 Totals 100 731 41 690 7 53

YPC 7.0 4.8 12.9 6.5 9.4 2.8 4.8 9.5 6.9

Trent Hearn ATT GN LS NET TD LNG Colorado Mines 22 106 7 99 0 26 Western Washington 22 79 11 68 1 11 Central Missouri 13 46 0 46 2 8 Fort Hays State 10 23 0 23 0 7 Southwest Baptist 6 51 0 51 2 19 Pittsburg State 8 23 0 23 0 6 Northwest Missouri 12 40 7 33 2 28 Truman 16 56 4 52 0 11 Emporia State 7 29 1 28 1 9 Missouri Southern 14 66 4 62 0 33 Missouri Western 13 82 10 72 1 28 Totals 143 601 44 557 9 33

YPC 4.5 3.1 3.5 2.3 8.5 2.9 2.8 3.2 4.0 4.4 5.5 3.9

Brandon Walker ATT GN LS NET TD LNG Colorado Mines 7 19 0 19 0 5 Western Washington 4 7 0 7 0 3 Central Missouri 5 27 1 26 0 13 Fort Hays State 6 31 10 21 1 14 Southwest Baptist 20 106 1 105 2 12 Pittsburg State 4 15 4 11 0 7 Northwest Missouri 7 21 0 21 0 7 Truman 14 52 13 39 0 18 Emporia State 21 117 3 114 1 28 Missouri Southern 10 45 5 40 1 15 Missouri Western 18 47 19 28 0 13 Totals 116 487 56 431 5 28

YPC 2.7 1.8 5.2 3.5 5.2 2.8 3.0 2.8 5.4 4.0 1.6 3.7

Chris Brown ATT GN LS NET TD LNG Emporia State 6 25 0 25 1 12 Missouri Southern 7 54 0 54 1 34 Missouri Western 4 17 2 15 0 16 Totals 17 96 2 94 2 34

YPC 4.2 7.7 3.8 5.5

Brad Cole ATT GN LS NET TD LNG Colorado Mines 5 29 0 29 0 23 Truman 4 17 1 16 0 12 Emporia State 2 19 0 19 0 10 Totals 11 65 1 64 0 23

YPC 5.8 4.0 9.5 5.8

Brad Haug ATT GN LS NET TD LNG Fort Hays State 1 4 0 4 0 4 Southwest Baptist 3 19 0 19 0 9 Totals 4 23 0 23 0 9

YPC 4.0 6.3 5.8

Beau Wofford ATT GN LS NET TD LNG Fort Hays State 1 4 0 4 0 4 Truman 2 2 0 2 0 2 Emporia State 3 6 6 0 0 4 Missouri Southern 3 0 14 -14 0 0 Totals 9 12 20 -8 0 4

YPC 4.0 1.0 0.0 -4.7 -0.9

Jordan Brill ATT GN LS NET TD LNG Colorado Mines 4 1 -28 -27 0 1 Western Washington 3 9 12 -3 0 9 Central Missouri 4 11 19 -8 0 11 Fort Hays State 2 5 4 1 0 5 Southwest Baptist 1 0 8 -8 0 0 Pittsburg State 3 0 10 -10 0 0 Totals 17 26 81 -55 0 11

YPC -6.8 -1.0 -2.0 0.5 -8.0 -3.3 -3.2

Sam Sissom

Receiving Sam Sissom REC Colorado Mines 4 Western Washington 7 Central Missouri 4 Fort Hays State 5 Southwest Baptist 3 Pittsburg State 4 Northwest Missouri 2 Emporia State 2 Missouri Southern 5 Missouri Western 3 Totals 39

YDS TD LNG 93 1 48 214 0 74 28 0 16 63 1 27 71 1 40 55 0 25 12 0 16 28 0 21 53 0 18 57 1 23 674 4 74

Aaron Gardiner REC Colorado Mines 6 Western Washington 4 Southwest Baptist 2 Pittsburg State 2 Northwest Missouri 3 Truman 2 Emporia State 4 Missouri Southern 2 Totals 25

YDS TD LNG 128 2 49 89 0 44 29 0 19 40 0 32 57 0 34 15 0 14 90 0 43 48 0 30 496 2 49

Jake Lebahn REC Colorado Mines 3 Western Washington 2 Central Missouri 3 Fort Hays State 2 Pittsburg State 1 Emporia State 4 Totals 15

YDS TD LNG 55 1 24 20 0 12 66 0 31 55 1 40 11 0 11 38 0 15 245 2 40

Trent Hearn Colorado Mines Fort Hays State Pittsburg State Truman Totals

REC 1 1 5 1 8

YDS TD LNG 8 0 8 4 0 4 78 1 49 4 0 4 94 1 49

Ben Ramsey REC Colorado Mines 1 Western Washington 1 Fort Hays State 4 Southwest Baptist 1 Totals 7

YDS TD LNG 3 1 3 3 1 3 34 1 16 52 0 52 92 3 52

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Drameagon Powers REC Central Missouri 1 Southwest Baptist 2 Pittsburg State 1 Emporia State 1 Totals 5

YDS TD LNG 6 0 6 33 0 26 6 0 6 14 0 14 59 0 26

James Martin Southwest Baptist Missouri Western Totals

REC 2 1 3

YDS TD LNG 61 0 53 22 0 22 83 0 53

Taurence Minikwu REC Colorado Mines 2 Western Washington 1 Totals 3

YDS TD LNG 10 0 6 4 0 4 14 0 6

Brandon Walker Colorado Mines Central Missouri Totals Ra’Shawn Mosley Central Missouri Fort Hays State Totals

REC 1 1 2 REC 1 1 2

YDS TD LNG 12 0 12 6 0 6 18 0 12 YDS TD LNG 5 0 5 6 0 6 11 0 6

Matt Brown Southwest Baptist Totals

REC 1 1

YDS TD LNG 41 0 41 41 0 41

Punt/Kickoff Returns Kickoff Returns Punt Returns Sam Sissom NO YDS LNG NO YDS LNG Colorado Mines - - - 1 36 36 Western Washington - - - 1 6 6 Central Missouri - - - 1 1 1 Fort Hays State - - - 6 33 14 Southwest Baptist - - - 2 10 10 Northwest Missouri - - - 1 27 27 Truman - - - 4 11 5 Emporia State - - - 3 30 13 Missouri Southern - - - 2 16 10 Missouri Western 1 15 15 2 30 15 Totals 1 15 15 23 200 36

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Kickoff Returns Punt Returns Jarod Tetuan NO YDS LNG NO YDS LNG Colorado Mines - - - 1 2 2 Western Washington 1 4 4 - - Central Missouri - - - 1 5 5 Truman - - - 1 9 9 Totals 1 4 4 3 16 9 \ Kickoff Returns Punt Returns James Martin NO YDS LNG NO YDS LNG Colorado Mines 1 -1 -1 - - Fort Hays State - - - 1 15 15 Totals 1 -1 -1 1 15 15

Records

Kickoff Returns Punt Returns Cary Williams NO YDS LNG NO YDS LNG Central Missouri - - - 1 9 9 Pittsburg State 2 45 23 - - Northwest Missouri 3 78 29 - - Truman 1 19 19 - - Emporia State 1 3 3 - - Missouri Southern 1 24 24 - - Totals 10 202 29 1 9 9 Kickoff Returns Punt Returns Aaron Gardiner NO YDS LNG NO YDS LNG Pittsburg State 2 62 39 - - Northwest Missouri 1 21 21 - - Missouri Southern 1 23 23 - - Totals 4 106 39 - - Kickoff Returns Punt Returns Marquetis Burgess NO YDS LNG NO YDS LNG Southwest Baptist - - - 1 16 16 Totals - - - 1 16 16 Kickoff Returns Punt Returns Michael Wilhoite NO YDS LNG NO YDS LNG Truman 2 0 0 - - Totals 2 0 0 - - -

Interception Returns Fletcher Terrell Fort Hays State Southwest Baptist Emporia State Missouri Western Totals

NO YDS TD LNG 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 17 0 17 2 13 0 13 5 30 0 17

Cary Williams Colorado Mines Totals

NO YDS TD LNG 2 10 0 10 2 10 0 10

Jarod Tetuan Fort Hays State Northwest Missouri Totals

NO YDS TD LNG 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

Michael Krajicek Colorado Mines Totals

NO YDS TD LNG 1 4 0 4 1 4 0 4

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Aaron Gardiner Henry Talley Missouri Southern Totals

NO YDS TD LNG 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

Nathan Gaswick Colorado Mines Totals

NO YDS TD LNG 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

Adam Ewy Northwest Missouri Totals

NO YDS TD LNG 1 4 0 4 1 4 0 4

Aaron Neal Southwest Baptist Totals

NO YDS TD LNG 1 74 1 74 1 74 1 74

Zach Watkins Emporia State Totals

NO YDS TD LNG 1 19 0 19 1 19 0 19

Fumble Returns Zach Watkins Northwest Missouri Totals

NO YDS TD LNG 1 72 1 72 1 72 1 72

Punting Ben Boswell NO YDS AVG LNG TB Colorado Mines 2 74 37.0 40 0 Western Washington 4 135 33.8 45 0 Central Missouri 7 295 42.1 70 2 Fort Hays State 6 167 27.8 44 0 Southwest Baptist 3 14 38.0 47 0 Pittsburg State 6 228 38.0 47 0 Northwest Missouri 5 195 39.0 52 0 Truman 6 219 363.5 53 0 Emporia State 2 67 33.5 34 0 Missouri Southern 8 260 32.5 54 1 Missouri Western 7 220 31.4 45 0 Totals 56 1974 35.2 70 3

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Brandon Walker

Kickoff Returns Punt Returns Fletcher Terrell NO YDS LNG NO YDS LNG Western Washington 2 31 17 - - Central Missouri 1 26 26 - - Fort Hays State - - - 1 32 32 Southwest Baptist 4 125 47 - - Pittsburg State 2 69 55 - - Truman 1 30 30 - - Emporia State - - - 1 22 22 Missouri Western 2 33 26 - - Totals 15 385 55 2 54 32


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Washburn Individual Superlatives Rushes 22 Yards Rushing 193 TD Rushes 2 Long Rush 53 Pass attempts 29 Pass completions 18 Yards Passing 330 TD Passes 5 Long Pass 74 Receptions 7 Yards Receiving 214 TD Receptions 2 Long Reception 74 Field Goals 2 Long Field Goal 38 Punts 8 Punting Avg 42.1 Long Punt 70 Long Punt Return 36 Long Kickoff Return 55 Tackles 16 Sacks 2.0 Tackles For Loss 5.0 Interceptions 2

Hearn,Trent vs Colorado Mines (Sep 02) Hearn,Trent at Western Washington (Sep 09) Mosley,Ra’Shawn vs Southwest Baptist (Sep 30) Hearn,Trent at Central Missouri (Sep 16) Mosley,Ra’Shawn vs Southwest Baptist (Sep 30) Hearn,Trent vs Southwest Baptist (Sep 30) Walker,Brandon vs Southwest Baptist (Sep 30) Hearn,Trent vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 14) Mosley,Ra’Shawn vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 14) Brill,Jordan at Western Washington (Sep 09) Brill,Jordan vs Colorado Mines (Sep 02) Brill,Jordan at Western Washington (Sep 09) Brill,Jordan vs Colorado Mines (Sep 02) Brill,Jordan at Western Washington (Sep 09) Sissom,Sam at Western Washington (Sep 09) Sissom,Sam at Western Washington (Sep 09) Gardiner,Aaron vs Colorado Mines (Sep 02) Sissom,Sam at Western Washington (Sep 09) Sabel,Connor vs Colorado Mines (Sep 02) Sabel,Connor vs Colorado Mines (Sep 02) Boswell,Ben at Missouri Southern (Nov 04) Boswell,Ben at Central Missouri (Sep 16) Boswell,Ben at Central Missouri (Sep 16) Sissom,Sam vs Colorado Mines (Sep 02) Terrell,Fletcher at Pittsburg State (Oct 07) Watkins,Zach at Missouri Southern (Nov 04) Ringwood,Bruce vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 14) Ringwood,Bruce vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 14) Williams,Cary vs Colorado Mines (Sep 02) Terrell,Fletcher vs Missouri Western (Nov 11)

Washburn Team Superlatives Rushes 55 Yards Rushing 357 Yards Per Rush 7.8 TD Rushes 6 Pass attempts 29 Pass completions 18 Yards Passing 330 Yards Per Pass 14.4 TD Passes 5 Total Plays 73 Total Offense 644 Yards Per Play 9.8 Points 56 Sacks By 4 First Downs 24 Penalties 12 Penalty Yards 108 Turnovers 6 Interceptions By 3

at Truman (Oct 21) vs Southwest Baptist (Sep 30) vs Southwest Baptist (Sep 30) vs Southwest Baptist (Sep 30) at Western Washington (Sep 09) vs Colorado Mines (Sep 02) at Western Washington (Sep 09) vs Southwest Baptist (Sep 30) vs Colorado Mines (Sep 02) vs Emporia State (Oct 28) vs Southwest Baptist (Sep 30) vs Southwest Baptist (Sep 30) vs Southwest Baptist (Sep 30) at Western Washington (Sep 09) vs Southwest Baptist (Sep 30) at Missouri Southern (Nov 04) vs Southwest Baptist (Sep 30) vs Southwest Baptist (Sep 30) at Pittsburg State (Oct 07) at Pittsburg State (Oct 07) at Truman (Oct 21) vs Colorado Mines (Sep 02) vs Southwest Baptist (Sep 30)

Ra’Shawn Mosley rushed for a season-high 193 yards against Southwest Baptist.

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Opponent Individual Superlatives Rushes 35 Yards Rushing 153 TD Rushes 2 Long Rush 43 Pass attempts 47 Pass completions 29 Yards Passing 347 TD Passes 3 Long Pass 83 Receptions 13 Yards Receiving 179 TD Receptions 2 Long Reception 83 Field Goals 3 Long Field Goal 45 Punts 9 Punting Avg 44.5 Long Punt 48 Long Punt Return 21 Long Kickoff Return 50 Tackles 18 Sacks 2.0 Tackles For Loss 3.0 Interceptions 2

Omon,Xavier, vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 14) Race,Germaine, at Pittsburg State (Oct 07) Mehl,Garrett, vs Colorado Mines (Sep 02) Ticich,Matt, at Truman (Oct 21) White,Jeremiah, vs Missouri Western (Nov 11) Landess,Matt, vs Missouri Western (Nov 11) Hinspeter,Adam, at Missouri Southern (Nov 04) Mehl,Garrett, vs Colorado Mines (Sep 02) Hinspeter,Adam, at Missouri Southern (Nov 04) Mathews,Josh, vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 14) Waters,Geno, at Pittsburg State (Oct 07) Mathews,Josh, vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 14) Mathews,Josh, vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 14) Dyktra,Derek, vs Colorado Mines (Sep 02) Wright,Kendall, vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 14) Peterson,Mike, vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 14) Wright,Kendall, vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 14) Smith,Robby, at Western Washington (Sep 09) Alleman,Nathan, at Pittsburg State (Oct 07) Malette,Brian, at Missouri Southern (Nov 04) Elder,Tyler, at Fort Hays State (Sep 23) Hanson,Jamie, vs Missouri Western (Nov 11) Frankel,Matt, at Central Missouri (Sep 16) Bowers,Tim, vs Southwest Baptist (Sep 30) McClellan,Todd, at Western Washington (Sep 09) Wright,Kendall, vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 14) Richter,Jake, vs Emporia State (Oct 28) Sprague,Danny, vs Colorado Mines (Sep 02) Russow,B.J., at Missouri Southern (Nov 04) Sprague,Danny, vs Colorado Mines (Sep 02) Simmons,Shane, at Western Washington (Sep 09) Harness,Ben, vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 14) Cobbins,Michael, vs Missouri Western (Nov 11) Richter,Jake, vs Emporia State (Oct 28)

Opponent Team Superlatives Rushes 44 Yards Rushing 296 Yards Per Rush 6.7 TD Rushes 2 Pass attempts 47 Pass completions 29 Yards Passing 347 Yards Per Pass 11.8 TD Passes 3 Total Plays 77 Total Offense 544 Yards Per Play 8.4 Points 31 Sacks By 3 First Downs 25 Penalties 7 Penalty Yards 71 Turnovers 4 Interceptions By 3

at Pittsburg State (Oct 07) vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 14) at Truman (Oct 21) at Pittsburg State (Oct 07) at Pittsburg State (Oct 07) vs Colorado Mines (Sep 02) at Truman (Oct 21) at Missouri Southern (Nov 04) vs Colorado Mines (Sep 02) at Missouri Southern (Nov 04) vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 14) at Pittsburg State (Oct 07) at Pittsburg State (Oct 07) vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 14) at Missouri Southern (Nov 04) at Pittsburg State (Oct 07) at Pittsburg State (Oct 07) vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 14) vs Colorado Mines (Sep 02) at Central Missouri (Sep 16) at Pittsburg State (Oct 07) at Pittsburg State (Oct 07) vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 14) at Western Washington (Sep 09) at Pittsburg State (Oct 07) vs Missouri Western (Nov 11) at Missouri Southern (Nov 04) vs Southwest Baptist (Sep 30) at Pittsburg State (Oct 07)

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2006 Washburn Game By Game Starters Offense CSM at WWU at UCM at FHSU SBU at PSU NWMSU at TSU ESU at MSSU MWSU

TE

LT

LG

C

RG

RT

WR

WR

QB

FB

TB

PK

Martin Martin Martin Martin Martin Martin Martin Martin Martin Martin Martin

Rickard Rickard Rickard Rickard Rickard Rickard Rickard Rickard Rickard Rickard Rickard

Eisenbarth Eisenbarth Eisenbarth Eisenbarth Eisenbarth Eisenbarth Eisenbarth Eisenbarth Eisenbarth Eisenbarth Eisenbarth

Schneider Schneider Schneider Schneider Schneider Schneider Schneider Schneider Schneider Schneider Schneider

Stanley Stanley Stanley Stanley Stanley Stanley Stanley Stanley Stanley Stanley Stanley

Kavanaugh Kavanaugh Kavanaugh Kavanaugh Kavanaugh Kavanaugh Kavanaugh Kavanaugh Kavanaugh Kavanaugh Kavanaugh

Sissom Sissom Sissom Sissom Sissom Sissom Sissom Sissom Sissom Sissom Sissom

Gardiner Gardiner Lebahn Lebahn Lebahn Ramsey (TE) Gardiner Gardiner Gardiner Gardiner Gardiner

Brill Brill Brill Brill Brill Brill Wofford Wofford Wofford Wofford Wofford

Minikwu Ramsey (TE) Ramsey (TE) Ramsey (TE) Ramsey (TE) Hearn Minikwu Minikwu Minikwu Minikwu Minikwu

Hearn Hearn Hearn Hearn Mosley Mosley Hearn Hearn Hearn Hearn Hearn

Sabel Sabel Sabel Sabel Sabel Sabel Sabel Sabel Sabel Sabel Sabel

Defense CSM at WWU at UCM at FHSU SBU at PSU NWMSU at TSU ESU at MSSU MWSU

DE

DT

DT

DE

OLB

ILB

ILB

OLB

DB

DB

FS

P

Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence

Sims Sims Sims Sims Sims Sims Sims Huenefeld Huenefeld Huenefeld Huenefeld

Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis

Moyer Moyer Moyer Moyer Moyer Moyer Moyer Moyer Moyer Moyer Moyer

C. Brown C. Brown C. Brown C. Brown C. Brown C. Brown Ewy Ewy Ewy Ewy Ewy

Watkins Watkins Watkins Watkins Watkins Watkins Watkins Watkins Watkins Watkins Watkins

Hicks Ringwood Ringwood Ringwood Ringwood Ringwood Ringwood Ringwood Ringwood Ringwood Ringwood

Neal Ewy Neal Neal Neal Neal Neal Neal Neal Neal Neal

Terrell Terrell Terrell Terrell Terrell Terrell Terrell Terrell Terrell Terrell Terrell

Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams

Tetuan Tetuan Tetuan Tetuan Tetuan Tetuan Tetuan Tetuan Tetuan Tetuan Tetuan

Boswell Boswell Boswell Boswell Boswell Boswell Boswell Boswell Boswell Boswell Boswell

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RB

FB

Mosley - 9

QB

WR

Brill - 19

WR Lebahn - 5

RT

RG

Kavanaugh - 16

Rickard - 12 Stanley - 11

DE

C

DT

LG

LT

TE

Eisenbarth - 11

Rickard - 11 Kavanaugh - 7

Martin - 11 Ramsey - 5

DT

DE

Lawrence - 23

Moyer - 14 Birt - 8

CB

CB Williams - 11

OLB

ILB

ILB

OLB

Ewy - 5

Watkins - 11

Ringwood - 10 Hicks - 1

Ewy - 1

FS Tetuan - 14 Ewy - 12 Beck - 6

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2006 Season/Career Starts

Career starts by position of returning players for 2007 season

History


Intro

Washburn Rushing Hearn,Trent Cole,Brad Walker,Brandon Minikwu,Taurence Brill,Jordan Totals

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2006 in review • game 1 vs Colorado Mines

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Colorado Mines

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Passing Att-Cmp-Int Brill,Jordan 27-18-0 Totals 27-18-0

#16 Washburn 41 Sept. 2, 2006 • Yager Stadium Topeka, Kan. Attendance: 6,762

Brill’s 5 TD passes lead WU past Mines 41-21 TOPEKA, Kan. - Junior quarterback Jordan Brill passed for 309 yards and tied his career high with five touchdown passes in the win completing 18 of 27 passes as the No. 16 ranked Washburn Ichabods opened the 2006 season with a 41-21 win over the Colorado School of Mines in front of 6,762 people in Yager Stadium. Brill’s 309 yard passing performance was the third of his Washburn career and his second highest total following a 348 yard outing against the Orediggers and a 328 yard day against Central Washington last season. In two starts against the Orediggers, Brill is 32-of-52 for 657 yards and eight touchdowns. Gardiner led the Ichabods in receiving yards with 128 and six receptions with the two touchdowns and Sissom finished with four receptions for 93 yards. On the ground, Washburn’s Trent Hearn had 22 carries for 99 yards. Defensively, Washburn’s redshirt freshman linebacker Zach Watkins had 11 tackles including six solo stops with a tackle for loss. Senior linebacker Aaron Neal had nine stops. Willams had two interceptions for the Ichabods and three pass breakups.

Score by Quarters CSM Washburn

0 14

14 10

0 7 - 21 Record: (0-1) 7 10 - 41 Record: (1-0)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 12:59 WU 00:33 WU 11:42 WU 06:16 WU 00:35 CSM 00:10 CSM 3rd Quarter 06:46 WU 4th Quarter 12:05 WU 10:49 CSM 02:39 WU

Sissom,Sam 12 yd pass from Brill,Jordan (Sabel,Connor kick) Gardiner,Aaron 25 yd pass from Brill,Jordan (Sabel,Connor kick) Lebahn,Jake 17 yd pass from Brill,Jordan (Sabel,Connor kick) Sabel,Connor 36 yd field goal Dyktra,Derek 16 yd pass from Mehl,Garrett (Abel,Aaron kick blockd) Mehl,Garrett 8 yd run (Florendo,Bryan pass from Mehl,Garrett) Gardiner,Aaron 7 yd pass from Brill,Jordan (Sabel,Connor kick) Sabel,Connor 38 yd field goal Mehl,Garrett 33 yd run (Abel,Aaron kick) Ramsey,Ben 3 yd pass from Brill,Jordan (Sabel,Connor kick)

Team Stats

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

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CSM 18 20-78 246 41-29-3 61-324 0-0 0-0 6-146 0-0 4-34.0 0-0 3-15 29:27 4 of 11 2 of 3 2-3 3-28

No Gain Loss 22 106 7 5 29 0 7 19 0 1 2 0 4 1 28 39 157 35

WU 20 39-122 309 27-18-0 66-431 0-0 2-38 4-62 3-14 2-37.0 3-2 2-15 30:33 8 of 14 2 of 2 5-5 2-12

Net TD Lg Avg 99 0 26 4.5 29 0 23 5.8 19 0 5 2.7 2 0 2 2.0 -27 0 1 -6.8 122 0 26 3.1

Yds TD Long 309 5 49 309 5 49

Receiving Gardiner,Aaron Sissom,Sam Lebahn,Jake Minikwu,Taurence Walker,Brandon Hearn,Trent Ramsey,Ben Totals

No. 6 4 3 2 1 1 1 18

Yds TD Long 128 2 49 93 1 48 55 1 24 10 0 6 12 0 12 8 0 8 3 1 3 309 5 49

Punting Boswell,Ben Totals

No. 2 2

Yds Avg Long 74 37.0 40 74 37.0 40

All Returns Sissom,Sam Tetuan,Jarod Martin,James Krajicek,Michael Terrell,Fletcher Williams,Cary Totals

Punts No 1 1 0 0 0 0 2

Yds Lg 36 36 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 36

Field Goals Sabel,Connor Sabel,Connor

2nd 4th

06:16 36 yds Good 12:05 38 yds Good

Sack 3 3

In20 TB 1 0 1 0

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 0 2 39 31 1 24 24 4 62 31

Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 4 0 0 0 2 10 10 3 14 10

Colorado Mines Rushing Mehl,Garrett Florendo,Bryan Pippins,Michael Totals

No Gain Loss 12 73 12 7 21 0 1 0 4 20 94 16

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Mehl,Garrett 41-29-3 Totals 41-29-3

Net TD Lg Avg 61 2 33 5.1 21 0 8 3.0 -4 0 0 -4.0 78 2 33 3.9

Yds TD Long 246 1 28 246 1 28

Receiving Dyktra,Derek Florendo,Bryan Dickinson,Brent Curl,Michael Chacon,Brent Huck,Corey Totals

No. 13 8 3 2 2 1 29

Yds TD Long 131 1 28 52 0 15 38 0 25 12 0 8 8 0 5 5 0 5 246 1 28

Punting Schietinge,Ryan Mehl,Garrett Totals

No. 3 1 4

Yds Avg Long 105 35.0 38 31 31.0 31 136 34.0 38

All Returns Dickinson,Brent Curl,Michael Pippins,Michael Totals

Punts No 0 0 0 0

Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Field Goals none

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In20 TB 0 0 0 0 0 0

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 4 101 32 1 25 25 1 20 20 6 146 32

Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


Rushing Hearn,Trent Gardiner,Aaron Walker,Brandon Brill,Jordan Totals

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Passing Att-Cmp-Int Brill,Jordan 29-15-2 Totals 29-15-2

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Western Washington 16 Sept. 9, 2006 • Civic Stadium Bellingham, Wash. Attendance: 1,800

No Gain Loss 22 79 11 1 12 0 4 7 0 3 9 12 30 107 23

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Net TD Lg Avg 68 1 11 3.1 12 0 12 12.0 7 0 3 1.8 -3 0 9 -1.0 84 1 12 2.8

Yds TD Long 330 1 74 330 1 74

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Score by Quarters Washburn WWU

0 3

0 0

7 7

6 - 13 Record: (1-1) 6 - 16 Record: (1-1)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 02:52 WWU 3rd Quarter 13:07 WU 01:18 WWU 4th Quarter 14:56 WU 02:52 WWU 00:02 WWU

Smith,Robby 24 yd field goal Hearn,Trent 1 yd run (Sabel,Connor kick) Alley,Kellen 22 yd pass from Monrean,James (Smith,Robby kick) Ramsey,Ben 3 yd pass from Brill,Jordan (Tetuan,Jarod pass failed) Smith,Robby 33 yd field goal Smith,Robby 40 yd field goal

Team Stats

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

WU 15 30-84 330 29-15-2 59-414 0-0 2-10 2-31 0-0 4-33.8 2-1 7-65 26:54 5 of 12 0 of 1 2-4 4-25

WWU 15 33-64 215 29-17-0 62-279 0-0 3-44 2-53 2--3 7-32.6 0-0 7-67 33:06 6 of 16 0 of 0 2-2 2-12

No. 7 4 2 1 1 15

Yds TD Long 214 0 74 89 0 44 20 0 12 4 0 4 3 1 3 330 1 74

Punting Boswell,Ben Totals

No. 4 4

Yds Avg Long 135 33.8 45 135 33.8 45

All Returns Sissom,Sam Tetuan,Jarod Terrell,Fletcher Totals

Punts No 1 1 0 2

Yds Lg 6 6 4 4 0 0 10 6

Field Goals Sabel,Connor

2nd

14:55 35 yds Missed

Records History Washburn In20 TB 0 0 0 0

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 31 17 2 31 17

Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Western Washington Rushing McCarty,Calvin Garner,Craig Monrean,James Totals

No Gain Loss 25 84 13 2 6 0 6 12 25 33 102 38

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Monrean,James 29-17-0 Totals 29-17-0

Net TD Lg Avg 71 0 17 2.8 6 0 4 3.0 -13 0 7 -2.2 64 0 17 1.9

Yds TD Long 215 1 32 215 1 32

Receiving McCarty,Calvin McKee,Travis Alley,Kellen Garner,Craig Birkley,Tyler Upchurch,Brett Totals

No. 5 4 3 3 1 1 17

Yds TD Long 79 0 32 43 0 22 51 1 23 21 0 13 13 0 13 8 0 8 215 1 32

Punting Anderson,Corbin Smith,Robby Totals

No. 6 1 7

Yds Avg Long 201 33.5 42 27 27.0 27 228 32.6 42

All Returns Garner,Craig Birkley,Tyler McClellan,Todd Elliott,Chayce Van Datta,Danny Totals

Punts No 0 0 3 0 0 3

Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 44 21 0 0 0 0 44 21

Field Goals Smith,Robby Smith,Robby Smith,Robby

1st 4th 4th

02:52 24 yds Good 02:52 33 yds Good 00:02 40 yds Good

Sack 4 4

In20 TB 2 0 1 0 3 0

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 1 43 43 1 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 53 43

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Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -3 0 1 0 0 2 -3 0

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2006 in review • game 2 vs Western Washington

BELLINGHAM, Wash. - The No. 15 ranked Washburn Ichabods second trip to Washington in as many years yielded the same result in another heartbreaking loss as they fell 16-13 to Western Washington. The Vikings’ Robby Smith hit a 40-yard field goal with 2.7 seconds remaining pushing Western Washington to the win. The Ichabods took a 7-3 lead on the opening possession of the second half. Two plays after a short punt and a penalty gave Washburn the ball on the Western 36, Brill connected on a 31yard pass to Sissom to the 1, and Trent Hearn plunged over for the touchdown. WWU’s Smith tied the game with 2:32 to play, hitting a 33-yard field goal set up by a 32yard completion from quarterback James Monrean to running back Calvin McCarthy. Washburn then moved the ball to nearly midfield, but on a second-and-1 play, Western linebacker Shane Simmons dislodged the ball from Ichabod running back Trent Hearn, and safety Steve Davis recovered, giving the Vikings the ball at their own 49 with 1:51 left . After the fumble recovery, Western moved 28 yards in four plays setting up Smith’s game-winning field goal.

Receiving Sissom,Sam Gardiner,Aaron Lebahn,Jake Minikwu,Taurence Ramsey,Ben Totals


Intro

Washburn Rushing Mosley,Ra’Shawn Hearn,Trent Walker,Brandon TEAM Brill,Jordan Totals

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2006 in review • game 3 vs Central Missouri

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Passing Att-Cmp-Int Brill,Jordan 18-10-0 Totals 18-10-0

#19 Central Missouri 10 Sept. 16, 2006 • Walton Stadium Warrensburg, Mo. Attendance: 9,970

Hearn breaks rushing record in win over UCM WARRENSBURG, Mo. - The No. 25 ranked Washburn Ichabods won for the first time in Warrensburg since Oct. 7, 1995 in a 14-10 win over No. 19 Central Missouri. Washburn opened the scoring on their second drive as Trent Hearn scored from 2-yards out at the 9:17 mark of the second quarter capping a 13-play, 70-yard drive. On the drive, Hearn became Washburn’s all-time leading rusher on a second and seven from the Central 20 as he picked up the first down and passed Dino DeLisa (1983-85) as he picked up is 2,795th yard. Hearn would finish the day with 46 yards on 13 carries and two touchdown rushes. Ra’Shawn Mosley, seeing his first action of the season after suffering an ankle injury, rushed for 77 yards. Hearn finished with 46 raising his WU record total to 2,810 yards. Brill was 10 of 18 passing for 111 yards and Sam Sissom had four receptions for 28 yards and Jake Lebahn had three catches for 66 yards. Boswell averaged 42.1 yards per punt including the 70-yard boot. On defense, Washburn’s Zach Watkins had 11 tackles including six solo stops and two tackles for loss to lead Washburn.

Score by Quarters Washburn UCM

0 0

7 7

0 0

7 - 14 Record: (2-1, 1-0) 3 - 10 Record: (2-1, 0-1)

Scoring Summary 2nd Quarter 09:17 WU 05:07 UCM 4th Quarter 13:36 WU 04:25 UCM

Hearn,Trent 2 yd run (Sabel,Connor kick) Jacobsen,Matt 19 yd pass from Korrodi,Toby (Webb,Spencer kick) Hearn,Trent 2 yd run (Sabel,Connor kick), Webb,Spencer 44 yd field goal

Team Stats

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

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No Gain Loss 11 77 0 13 46 0 5 27 1 3 0 3 4 11 19 36 161 23

WU UCM 13 19 36-138 30-69 111 229 18-10-0 35-23-0 54-249 65-298 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 2-35 3-69 0-0 0-0 7-42.1 4-38.2 0-0 1-0 5-45 4-44 25:36 34:24 4 of 13 6 of 14 0 of 0 0 of 2 2-3 1-3 3-26 3-19

Net TD Lg Avg 77 0 41 7.0 46 2 8 3.5 26 0 13 5.2 -3 0 0 -1.0 -8 0 11 -2.0 138 2 41 3.8

Yds TD Long 111 0 31 111 0 31

Receiving Sissom,Sam Lebahn,Jake Walker,Brandon Powers,Drameagon Mosley,Ra’Shawn Totals

No. 4 3 1 1 1 10

Yds TD Long 28 0 16 66 0 31 6 0 6 6 0 6 5 0 5 111 0 31

Punting Boswell,Ben Totals

No. 7 7

Yds Avg Long 295 42.1 70 295 42.1 70

All Returns Sissom,Sam Williams,Cary Terrell,Fletcher Totals

Punts No 1 0 0 1

Yds Lg 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1

Sack 3 3

In20 TB 3 2 3 2

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 0 0 0 1 9 9 1 26 26 2 35 26

Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Field Goals none

Central Missouri Rushing Braden,Jeremy Caldwell,Will Korrodi,Toby Totals

No Gain Loss 15 55 1 11 38 1 4 4 26 30 97 28

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Korrodi,Toby 30-19-0 Spiegel,Mike 5-4-0 29 Totals 35-23-0

Net TD Lg Avg 54 0 13 3.6 37 0 8 3.4 -22 0 4 -5.5 69 0 13 2.3

Yds TD Long 200 1 46 0 11 0 229 1 46

Receiving Maxwell,Ted Jacobsen,Matt Spiegel,Mike Sawyer,Rolando Caldwell,Will Faddis,Brooks McCartney,Jason Mason,Seth Braden,Jeremy Totals

No. 7 5 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 23

Yds TD Long 51 0 11 68 1 19 25 0 12 23 0 13 5 0 6 46 0 46 12 0 12 1 0 1 -2 0 0 229 1 46

Punting Frankel,Matt Korrodi,Toby Totals

No. 3 1 4

Yds Avg Long 118 39.3 48 35 35.0 35 153 38.2 48

All Returns Foster,Spencer Williams,Bruce Totals

Punts No 0 0 0

Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0

Field Goals Webb,Spencer Webb,Spencer

3rd 4th

00:45 17 yds Missed 04:25 44 yds Good

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In20 TB 0 1 0 1 0 2

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 1 8 8 2 61 37 3 69 37

Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


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Washburn Rushing Mosley,Ra’Shawn Hearn,Trent Walker,Brandon Wofford,Beau Haug,Brad Brackenbury,Damian Brill,Jordan Kavanaugh,Andy Totals

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Fort Hays State 7 Sept. 23, 2006 • Lewis Field Hays, Kan. Attendance: 2,468

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Brill,Jordan 24-13-0 Wofford,Beau 2-0-0 0 Totals 26-13-0

Sissom breaks WU reception record in win

Score by Quarters 10 0

7 7

13 7 - 37 Record: (3-1, 2-0) 0 0 - 7 Record: (0-4, 0-2)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 02:54 WU 01:09 WU 2nd Quarter 12:06 WU 06:36 FHSU 3rd Quarter 05:56 WU 02:55 WU 4th Quarter 12:21 WU

Sabel,Connor 25 yd field goal Lebahn,Jake 40 yd pass from Brill,Jordan (Sabel,Connor kick) Walker,Brandon 14 yd run (Sabel,Connor kick) Hickel,Jordan 1 yd run (Barr,Justin kick) Ramsey,Ben 16 yd pass from Brill,Jordan (Sabel,Connor kick) Mosley,Ra’Shawn 5 yd run (Tetuan,Jarod pass failed) Sissom,Sam 11 yd pass from Brill,Jordan (Sabel,Connor kick)

Team Stats

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

WU 16 34-124 162 26-13-0 60-286 0-0 8-53 1-32 2-0 6-27.8 3-0 6-63 27:08 4 of 12 0 of 0 5-6 3-17

FHSU 9 41-97 66 26-6-2 67-163 0-0 2-27 3-51 0-0 10-26.1 1-0 4-32 32:52 1 of 17 4 of 6 1-1 0-0

Net TD Lg Avg 63 1 17 4.8 23 0 7 2.3 21 1 14 3.5 4 0 4 4.0 4 0 4 4.0 3 0 3 3.0 1 0 5 0.5 5 0 0 0.0 124 2 17 3.6

Yds TD Long 162 3 40 0 0 0 162 3 40

Receiving Sissom,Sam Ramsey,Ben Lebahn,Jake Mosley,Ra’Shawn Hearn,Trent Totals

No. 5 4 2 1 1 13

Yds TD Long 63 1 27 34 1 16 55 1 40 6 0 6 4 0 4 162 3 40

Punting Boswell,Ben Totals

No. 6 6

Yds Avg Long 167 27.8 44 167 27.8 44

All Returns Sissom,Sam Tetuan,Jarod Martin,James Terrell,Fletcher Totals

Punts No 6 1 1 0 8

Yds Lg 33 14 5 5 15 15 0 0 53 15

Field Goals Sabel,Connor Sabel,Connor

1st 3rd

02:54 25 yds Good 10:09 36 yds Missed

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Records

0

History Washburn

In20 TB 0 0 0 0

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 32 32 1 32 32

Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0

Fort Hays State Rushing Melton,Anthony Hickel,Jordan Elder,Tyler Dallas,Drew Black,Denzel Jackson,Shane Totals

No Gain Loss 13 47 3 19 43 1 1 25 0 4 10 8 1 0 0 3 0 16 41 125 28

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Dallas,Drew 20-4-0 49 Jackson,Shane 6-2-2 17 Totals 26-6-2 66

Net TD Lg Avg 44 0 12 3.4 42 1 9 2.2 25 0 25 25.0 2 0 7 0.5 0 0 0 0.0 -16 0 0 -5.3 97 1 25 2.4

Yds TD Long 0 22 1 0 9 2 0 22 3

Receiving Young,Jeremy Snyder,John Morris,Deonte Manwarren,Tyler Hickel,Jordan Totals

No. 2 1 1 1 1 6

Yds TD Long 11 0 8 22 0 22 16 0 16 9 0 9 8 0 8 66 0 22

Punting TEAM Elder,Tyler Totals

No. 1 9 10

Yds Avg Long -5 -5.0 0 266 29.6 38 261 26.1 38

All Returns Snyder,John Zott,Trevor Lovett,C.J. Totals

Punts No 0 2 0 2

Yds Lg 0 0 27 17 0 0 27 17

Sack

In20 TB 0 0 1 0 1 0

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 1 19 19 0 0 0 2 32 18 3 51 19

Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Field Goals none

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2006 in review • game 4 vs Fort Hays State

HAYS, Kan. - The No. 22 ranked Washburn Ichabods moved to 2-0 in the MIAA and 3-1 overall with a 37-7 win over Fort Hays State. In the win, senior wide receiver Sam Sissom became Washburn’s all-time career receptions leader with five and tied the MIAA record for touchdown receptions with his 38th. Placekicker Connor Sabel opened the scoring for the Ichabods with a 25-yard field goal at the 2:54 mark of the first quarter. After forcing a Tiger three-and-out, the Ichabods’ Jordan Brill hooked up with Jake Lebahn for a 40-yard touchdown pass to put Washburn up 10-0. In the second half, Washburn added two more Brill touchdown passes. One on a 16-yard pass to Ben Ramsey with 5:56 remaining in the third quarter and the other to Sissom on an 11-yard strike tying Northwest Missouri’s Jamaica Rector for the MIAA’s all-game career touchdown reception record. Sandwiched between the two touchdown passes was a 5-yard run by Ra’Shawn Mosley. Mosley led the Ichabods with 63 yards on the ground on 13 carries while Brill finished 13 for 24 for 162 yards and three touchdowns. Sissom finished with five receptions for 63 yards.

Washburn FHSU

No Gain Loss 13 68 5 10 23 0 6 31 10 1 4 0 1 4 0 1 3 0 2 5 4 0 5 0 34 143 19


Intro

Washburn Rushing Mosley,Ra’Shawn Walker,Brandon Hearn,Trent Haug,Brad Mangino,Tommy Brill,Jordan Totals

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Opponents Review MIAA Records History

2006 in review • game 5 vs Southwest Baptist

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Passing Att-Cmp-Int Brill,Jordan 16-10-1 Mangino,Tommy 2-1-0 41 Wofford,Beau 1-0-0 0 TEAM 1-0-0 0 Totals 20-11-1

#20 Washburn 56 Sept. 30, 2006 • Yager Stadium Topeka, Kan. Attendance: 6,527

WU scores 42 straight with 600 yards offense TOPEKA - The No. 20 Washburn Ichabods shrugged off a feisty Southwest Baptist team scoring 42 unanswered points in a 56-23 win in front of 6,527 fans for Family Day. The Ichabods jumped on the scoreboard early after taking the opening drive 49 yards in seven plays with Brandon Walker scoring from 1-yard out putting Washburn up. On the ensuing possession, the Bearcats scored on a 29-yard field goal after driving all the way to the Ichabod 12 yard line. On the Ichabods’ next possession, Jordan Brill hooked up with Sam Sissom for a 40-yard touchdown pass. The TD reception was Sissom’s 39th of his Washburn career snapping the MIAA’s record for touchdown receptions in a career passing the Jamaica Rector (Northwest Missouri) who recorded 38. To begin the second quarter, Washburn’s Aaron Neal picked off a Robert Clardy pass and returned it 74-yards for a touchdown putting the Ichabods up 35-17. On SBU’s next possession, Washburn’s Zach Watkins recovered a fumble and two plays later Mosley scampered 40-yards for a score putting the Ichabods up 42-17. The teams combined for 1,039 yards in total offense with the Ichabods recording 644 yards.

Score by Quarters SBU Washburn

10 14

No Gain Loss 15 193 0 20 106 1 6 51 0 3 19 0 1 0 3 1 0 8 46 369 12

7 0 6 - 23 Record: (0-5, 0-3) 14 21 7 - 56 Record: (4-1, 3-0)

No. 3 2 2 2 1 1 11

Yds TD Long 71 1 40 61 0 53 33 0 26 29 0 19 52 0 52 41 0 41 287 1 53

Punting Boswell,Ben Totals

No. 3 3

Yds Avg Long 114 38.0 47 114 38.0 47

All Returns Sissom,Sam Burgess,Marquetis Neal,Aaron Gaswick,Nathan Terrell,Fletcher Totals

Punts No 2 0 0 0 0 2

Yds Lg 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 10

Field Goals Sabel,Connor

4th

06:03 48 yds

Southwest Baptist

1st Quarter 12:22 WU 08:55 SBU 07:30 WU 01:41 SBU 2nd Quarter 09:52 SBU 07:29 WU 04:33 WU 3rd Quarter 11:55 WU 09:42 WU 07:54 WU 4th Quarter 13:51 WU 03:13 SBU

Rushing Clardy,Robert Foster,Derrick McCoy,John Nicholson,Moine Mays,Desmond Smart,Nick Packer,Jeremy Totals

Smart,Nick 6 yd pass from Clardy,Robert (Smith,Ryan kick) Mosley,Ra’Shawn 11 yd run (Sabel,Connor kick) Hearn,Trent 3 yd run (Sabel,Connor kick) Neal,Aaron 74 yd interception return (Sabel,Connor kick) Mosley,Ra’Shawn 40 yd run (Sabel,Connor kick) Hearn,Trent 13 yd run (Sabel,Connor kick) Walker,Brandon 1 yd run (Sabel,Connor kick) Clardy,Robert 14 yd run (Smith,Ryan kick blockd)

Team Stats

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

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SBU 17 28-88 307 40-22-3 68-395 0-0 2--4 6-124 1-22 7-35.0 2-1 6-50 29:50 4 of 14 1 of 2 3-3 1-8

WU 24 46-357 287 20-11-1 66-644 0-0 2-10 5-141 3-74 3-38.0 2-2 12-78 30:10 4 of 9 0 of 1 5-7 4-22

Yds TD Long 246 1 53 0 41 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 287 1 53

Receiving Sissom,Sam Martin,James Powers,Drameagon Gardiner,Aaron Ramsey,Ben Brown,Matt Totals

Scoring Summary Walker,Brandon 1 yd run (Sabel,Connor kick) Smith,Ryan 29 yd field goal Sissom,Sam 40 yd pass from Brill,Jordan (Sabel,Connor kick) Woodson,Robert 49 yd pass from McCoy,John (Smith,Ryan kick)

Net TD Lg Avg 193 2 40 12.9 105 2 12 5.2 51 2 19 8.5 19 0 9 6.3 -3 0 0 -3.0 -8 0 0 -8.0 357 6 40 7.8

No Gain Loss 10 63 22 3 31 0 3 15 2 7 16 6 3 7 5 1 0 1 1 0 8 28 132 44

Passing Att-Cmp-Int McCoy,John 20-10-2 Clardy,Robert 20-12-1 Totals 40-22-3

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In20 TB 2 0 2 0

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 0 0 0 1 16 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 125 47 5 141 47

Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 74 74 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 74 74

Missed

Net TD Lg Avg 41 1 38 4.1 31 0 19 10.3 13 0 7 4.3 10 0 9 1.4 2 0 4 0.7 -1 0 0 -1.0 -8 0 0 -8.0 88 1 38 3.1

Yds TD Long 180 1 49 127 1 35 307 2 49

Receiving Smart,Nick Packer,Jeremy Nicholson,Moine Pride,Durrell Mays,Desmond Woodson,Robert Thompson,Gary Tucker,Jamar Foster,Derrick Totals

No. 9 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 22

Yds TD Long 111 1 35 30 0 10 44 0 23 37 0 28 9 0 8 49 1 49 22 0 22 4 0 4 1 0 1 307 2 49

Punting Bowers,Tim Totals

No. 7 7

Yds Avg Long 245 35.0 48 245 35.0 48

All Returns Packer,Jeremy Pride,Durrell Foster,Derrick Jones,Terry Shelton,Lester Totals

Punts No 2 0 0 0 0 2

Yds Lg -4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -4 2

Field Goals Smith,Ryan

1st

08:55 29 yds

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Sack 0 4 4

In20 TB 2 0 2 0

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 0 0 0 1 22 22 4 82 33 1 20 20 0 0 0 6 124 33 Good

Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 22 22 1 22 22


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Washburn Rushing Mosley,Ra’Shawn Hearn,Trent Walker,Brandon Brill,Jordan Totals

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Passing Att-Cmp-Int Brill,Jordan 23-13-3 Mosley,Ra’Shawn 1-0-0 0 Totals 24-13-3

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#11 Pittsburg State 29 Oct. 7, 2006 • Carnie Smith Stadium Pittsburg, Kan. Attendance: 8,577

Gorillas pull away from Ichabods in 4th quarter

0 6

7 0 - 14 Record: (4-2, 3-1) 7 10 - 29 Record: (5-1, 3-1)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 10:50 PSU 08:07 WU 02:35 PSU 2nd Quarter 05:46 PSU 3rd Quarter 13:23 PSU 02:22 WU 4th Quarter 10:59 PSU 04:06 PSU

Yds TD Long 190 1 49 0 0 0 190 1 49

Receiving Hearn,Trent Sissom,Sam Gardiner,Aaron Lebahn,Jake Powers,Drameagon Totals

No. 5 4 2 1 1 13

Yds TD Long 78 1 49 55 0 25 40 0 32 11 0 11 6 0 6 190 1 49

Punting Boswell,Ben Totals

No. 6 6

Yds Avg Long 228 38.0 47 228 38.0 47

All Returns Gardiner,Aaron Williams,Cary Terrell,Fletcher Totals

Punts No 0 0 0 0

Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Review

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MIAA Records History Washburn

In20 TB 4 0 4 0

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 2 62 39 2 45 23 2 69 55 6 176 55

Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

Field Goals none

Pittsburg State

Score by Quarters 7 6

Net TD Lg Avg 97 1 20 6.5 23 0 6 2.9 11 0 7 2.8 -10 0 0 -3.3 121 1 20 4.0

Alleman,Nathan 27 yd field goal Hearn,Trent 49 yd pass from Brill,Jordan (Sabel,Connor kick) Alleman,Nathan 26 yd field goal Pray,Bryan 39 yd pass from Waters,Geno (Waters,Geno pass failed) Farabi,Caleb 17 yd pass from Waters,Geno (Alleman,Nathan kick) Mosley,Ra’Shawn 4 yd run (Sabel,Connor kick) Ryan,Derek 17 yd pass from Waters,Geno (Alleman,Nathan kick) Alleman,Nathan 38 yd field goal

Team Stats

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

WU 16 30-121 190 24-13-3 54-311 0-0 0-0 6-176 1-0 6-38.0 2-0 12-108 26:32 5 of 12 0 of 0 1-1 1-5

PSU 25 44-296 248 21-14-1 65-544 0-0 2-15 3-57 3-49 2-24.0 0-0 7-62 33:28 6 of 12 0 of 0 4-6 3-10

Rushing Race,Germaine Waters,Geno Pray,Bryan Nelson,Marques Collums,Tyler Farabi,Caleb Bean,Justin Smith,Mark TEAM Totals

No Gain Loss 25 158 5 8 61 6 1 36 0 1 26 0 2 9 0 4 8 0 1 7 0 1 3 0 1 0 1 44 308 12

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Waters,Geno 18-13-1 Smith,Mark 2-1-0 12 Farabi,Caleb 1-0-0 0 Totals 21-14-1

Net TD Lg Avg 153 0 31 6.1 55 0 41 6.9 36 0 36 36.0 26 0 26 26.0 9 0 7 4.5 8 0 6 2.0 7 0 7 7.0 3 0 3 3.0 -1 0 0 -1.0 296 0 41 6.7

Yds TD Long 236 3 39 0 12 0 0 0 0 248 3 39

Receiving Pray,Bryan Farabi,Caleb Nelson,Marques Clawson,Eric Kush,Harrison Ryan,Derek Curran,Pierce Totals

No. 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 14

Yds TD Long 108 1 39 27 1 17 45 0 32 19 0 14 17 0 17 17 1 17 15 0 15 248 3 39

Punting Stephnson,Grant Totals

No. 2 2

Yds Avg Long 48 24.0 33 48 24.0 33

All Returns Pray,Bryan Kush,Harrison West,Nathan Tisdale,Geoff Dellasega,Nick Totals

Punts No 0 2 0 0 0 2

Yds Lg 0 0 15 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 12

Field Goals Alleman,Nathan Alleman,Nathan Alleman,Nathan Alleman,Nathan

1st 1st 2nd 4th

10:50 02:35 08:43 04:06

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In20 TB 1 0 1 0

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 2 39 22 1 18 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 57 22

27 yds 26 yds 31 yds 38 yds

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Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 15 15 1 24 24 1 10 10 3 49 24

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2006 in review • game 6 vs Pittsburg State

PITTSBURG, Kan. - The No. 11 Pittsburg State Gorillas handed the No. 19 ranked Washburn Ichabods their first loss of the MIAA season in a 29-14 setback at Carnie Smith Stadium in Pittsburg.The Gorillas (5-1, 3-1 MIAA) took the first lead of the game on a Nathan Alleman 27-yard field goal, but on the next possession, Trent Hearn caught a 49-yard screen pass capping a 5-play 65-yard drive putting the Ichabods up 7-3. Another PSU field goal by Alleman cut the lead to 7-6 with 2:35 to play in the first quarter. To open the second half, PSU took the opening kickoff and traveled 75 yards in 1:26 pushing the lead to 12 at 19-7 with 13:23 remaining in the third quarter. Ra’Shawn Mosley dove in from 4-yards out with 2:22 remaining in the third quarter to cut PSU’s lead to 19-14, but it is as close as the Ichabods would get the rest of the way as the Gorillas would add a touchdown and a field goal leading to the 29-14 win. Mosley led the Ichabods on the ground with 97 yards rushing averaging 6.5 yards per carry. Sam Sissom had four receptions for 55 yards raising his career total to 3,138 passing Michael Dritleins’ Washburn total of 3,103 for first on the all-time receiving chart.

Washburn PSU

No Gain Loss 15 105 8 8 23 0 4 15 4 3 0 10 30 143 22


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Rushing Mosley,Ra’Shawn Hearn,Trent Walker,Brandon Totals

Players Coaches

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2006 in review • game 7 vs Northwest missouri

Washburn

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Wofford,Beau 12-5-0 Walker,Brandon 2-0-1 Sissom,Sam 1-0-0 Totals 15-5-1

#2 Northwest Missouri 31 Washburn 26 Oct. 14, 2006 • Yager Stadium Topeka, Kan. Attendance: 6,103

Ichabods fall short against No. 2 Bearcats TOPEKA - Zach Watkins returned a fumble 72 yards late in the fourth quarter to pull the Ichabods within five points of No. 2 Northwest Missouri State but came up short after the Bearcats ran the clock out and handed Washburn a 31-26 loss Saturday afternoon in front of 6,103 at Yager Stadium. Beau Wofford, starting in his first career game, was 5-of-12 for 69 yards in just his third game. Ra’Shawn Mosley was the leading rusher with 94 yards and a touchdown in 10 carries while Trent Hearn ran for 33 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Aaron Gardiner had 57 receiving yards in three catches. In the fourth quarter the Bearcats hit a 40-yard field goal to take a 12-point lead. Later they had the ball with under two minutes to go looking like they could hold on for a victory. Bruce Ringwood sacked Mathews at the Washburn 28 yard-line, forcing a fumble that Watkins returned 72 yards for the score with 1:53 left in the game. Sabel’s extra point was good but his onside kick attempt only went eight yards to his left before it bounced out of bounds. Ringwood and Aaron Neal led WU on defense with 12 tackles each.

Score by Quarters NWMSU Washburn

7 6

14 7

7 6

3 - 31 Record: (7-0, 5-0) 7 - 26 Record: (4-3, 3-2)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 08:03 NWMSU 04:46 WU 2nd Quarter 13:14 NWMSU 06:14 NWMSU 03:46 WU 3rd Quarter 09:37 NWMSU 04:35 WU 4th Quarter 11:40 NWMSU 01:53 WU

Peterson,Mike 14 yd pass from Mathews,Josh (Frevert,Tommy kick) Mosley,Ra’Shawn 53 yd run (Tetuan,Jarod rush failed) Omon,Xavier 1 yd run (Frevert,Tommy kick) Qaoud,Abe 27 yd pass from Mathews,Josh (Frevert,Tommy kick) Hearn,Trent 28 yd run (Sabel,Connor kick) Peterson,Mike 22 yd pass from Mathews,Josh (Frevert,Tommy kick) Hearn,Trent 1 yd run (Sabel,Connor kick failed) Frevert,Tommy 40 yd field goal Watkins,Zach 72 yd fumble recovery (Sabel,Connor kick)

Team Stats

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

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No Gain Loss 10 97 3 12 40 7 7 21 0 29 158 10

NWMSU 25 44-79 347 32-21-2 76-426 0-0 2-12 4-115 1-5 2-37.0 2-1 2-15 37:08 9 of 16 0 of 1 4-6 0-0

WU 8 29-148 69 15-5-1 44-217 1-72 1-27 4-99 2-4 6-37.3 0-0 5-48 22:52 5 of 12 0 of 0 1-1 3-30

Net TD Lg Avg 94 1 53 9.4 33 2 28 2.8 21 0 7 3.0 148 3 53 5.1

Yds TD Long 69 0 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 69 0 34

Receiving Gardiner,Aaron Sissom,Sam Totals

No. 3 2 5

Yds TD Long 57 0 34 12 0 16 69 0 34

Punting Boswell,Ben TEAM Totals

No. 5 1 6

Yds Avg Long 195 39.0 52 29 29.0 29 224 37.3 52

All Returns Gardiner,Aaron Sissom,Sam Williams,Cary Tetuan,Jarod Ewy,Adam Totals

Punts No 0 1 0 0 0 1

Yds Lg 0 0 27 27 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 27

Sack 0 0 0 0

In20 TB 2 0 0 0 2 0

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 1 21 21 0 0 0 3 78 29 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 99 29

Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 4 2 4 4

Field Goals none

Northwest Missouri Rushing Omon,Xavier TEAM Falkner,E.J. Mathews,Josh Totals

No Gain Loss 35 134 13 2 0 4 2 5 19 5 6 30 44 145 66

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Mathews,Josh 32-21-2 Totals 32-21-2

Net TD Lg Avg 121 1 11 3.5 -4 0 0 -2.0 -14 0 5 -7.0 -24 0 5 -4.8 79 1 11 1.8

Yds TD Long 347 3 83 347 3 83

Receiving Wright,Kendall Peterson,Mike Qaoud,Abe Falkner,E.J. Robinson,Raphael Omon,Xavier Totals

No. 9 4 3 2 2 1 21

Yds TD Long 179 0 83 65 2 24 49 1 27 35 0 18 18 0 10 1 0 1 347 3 83

Punting Bradshaw,Jake Totals

No. 2 2

Yds Avg Long 74 37.0 38 74 37.0 38

All Returns Wright,Kendall Falkner,E.J. LeFlore,Chris Gannan,Josh Totals

Punts No 2 0 0 0 2

Yds Lg 12 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 12

Field Goals Frevert,Tommy Frevert,Tommy

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In20 TB 0 0 0 0

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Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 5 0 0 0 1 5 5


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Truman 21 Oct. 21, 2006 • Stokes Stadium Kirksville, Mo. Attendance: 2,500

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Wofford,Beau 7-3-1 19 Totals 7-3-1 19

Ichabods record 6 turnovers in second half

Score by Quarters 7 7

0 0

0 7

0 - 7 Record: (4-4, 3-3) 7 - 21 Record: (4-4, 4-2)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 05:32 TSU 02:17 WU 3rd Quarter 13:10 TSU 4th Quarter 11:20 TSU

Ticich,Matt 1 yd run (Masucci,Mickey kick), Mosley,Ra’Shawn 5 yd run (Sabel,Connor kick) Terry,Chandler 30 yd fumble recovery (Masucci,Mickey kick) Ticich,Matt 15 yd run (Masucci,Mickey kick)

Team Stats

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

WU TSU 9 8 55-132 44-151 19 14 7-3-1 4-1-0 62-151 48-165 0-0 1-30 5-20 1--9 4-49 1-37 0-0 1-11 6-36.5 8-27.2 5-5 1-1 7-53 2-10 32:06 27:54 3 of 15 3 of 12 1 of 3 0 of 1 1-2 2-2 0-0 0-0

Net TD Lg Avg 52 0 11 3.2 47 1 9 2.8 39 0 18 2.8 16 0 12 4.0 2 0 2 1.0 -24 0 0 -12.0 132 1 18 2.4

Yds TD Long 0 14 0 0 14 0

Receiving Gardiner,Aaron Hearn,Trent Totals

No. 2 1 3

Yds TD Long 15 0 14 4 0 4 19 0 14

Punting Boswell,Ben Totals

No. 6 6

Yds Avg Long 219 36.5 53 219 36.5 53

All Returns Williams,Cary Wilhoite,Michael Tetuan,Jarod Sissom,Sam Terrell,Fletcher Totals

Punts No 0 0 1 4 0 5

Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 9 9 11 5 0 0 20 9

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In20 TB 2 0 2 0

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 1 19 19 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 30 30 4 49 30

Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Field Goals none

Truman Rushing Ticich,Matt Bembry,Marvin Kenney,Phil TEAM Totals

No Gain Loss 21 89 8 13 58 2 8 24 2 2 0 8 44 171 20

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Ticich,Matt 4-1-0 Totals 4-1-0

Net TD Lg Avg 81 2 18 3.9 56 0 37 4.3 22 0 9 2.8 -8 0 0 -4.0 151 2 37 3.4

Yds TD Long 14 0 14 14 0 14

Receiving Kenney,Phil Totals

No. 1 1

Yds TD Long 14 0 14 14 0 14

Punting Masucci,Mickey Totals

No. 8 8

Yds Avg Long 218 27.2 36 218 27.2 36

All Returns Rodriguez,Derek Sternberg,Eric Totals

Punts No 1 0 1

Yds Lg -9 0 0 0 -9 0

Sack 0 0

In20 TB 2 0 2 0

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 1 37 37 0 0 0 1 37 37

Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 1 11 11 1 11 11

Field Goals none

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2006 in review • game 8 vs Truman

KIRKSVILLE, Mo. – The Ichabods turned the ball over on six of their seven second-half possessions, setting up two Truman touchdowns as Washburn lost 21-7 to the Bulldogs. The Ichabods kept the ball on the ground for most of the day with Trent Hearn, Ra’Shawn Mosley and Brandon Walker each rushing for over 50 yards. Mosley had the lone WU touchdown on a five-yard run in the first quarter. Quarterback Beau Wofford, who threw the ball just once in the first half, was 3-for-7 for 19 yards and an interception. Truman scored first on a short rush from Mickey Masucci. WU had to punt on its next possession and then got the ball back as Fletcher Terrell recovered a TSU fumble on the return. Starting on the Truman 12-yard line, Mosley carried the ball three straight times to get the score. The Ichabods fumbled on the opening drive in the second half and TSU’s Terry Chandler returned it 30 yards for a touchdown to break the 7-7 tie. Both teams had trouble moving the ball throughout the game. Washburn had nine first downs while TSU had eight. The two teams combined for just 316 total yards of offense, including just 33 through the air.

Washburn TSU

No Gain Loss 16 56 4 17 59 12 14 52 13 4 17 1 2 2 0 2 0 24 55 186 54


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2006 in review • game 9 vs Emporia state

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Washburn 37 Oct. 28, 2006 • Yager Stadium Topeka, Kan. Attendance: 6,093

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Wofford,Beau 19-11-2 TEAM 1-0-0 Sissom,Sam 1-0-0 Totals 21-11-2

’Bods score 37 unanswered in homecoming win TOPEKA - The Washburn Ichabods snapped a three-game losing streak with a 37-6 win over arch-rival Emporia State on homecoming Saturday at Yager Stadium in the 103rd meeting between the two schools. Emporia State jumped on the board first as Lucas Sullivan caught a 14-yard pass from Ben Purkeypile capping a 51-yard drive. On the extra point attempt, ESU was called for holding pushing the attempt back 10 yards and it was wide as ESU took the early 6-0 lead. On the ensuing drive, Washburn marched 60 yards in 13 plays covering 6:21 as Trent Hearn scored from 4-yards out and Connor Sabel added the extra point giving the Ichabods a 7-6 lead late in the first quarter. It was all the scoring the Ichabods would need as Washburn then added 30 straight points leading to the final margin of 29 points. Zach Watkins intercepted a Purkeypile pass and returned it 19 yards for a score to put the Ichabods up 14-6 after the extra point. Brandon Walker finished with 114 yards on the ground on 21 carries to lead the Ichabods as Washburn gained 248 yards in rushing on 52 attempts. Washburn held the Hornets to 168 total offensive yards, compared to 418 for the Ichabods.

Score by Quarters ESU Washburn

6 7

0 0 0 - 6 Record: (3-6, 2-5) 10 14 6 - 37 Record: (5-4, 4-3)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 09:05 ESU 02:40 WU 2nd Quarter 02:28 WU 00:03 WU 3rd Quarter 09:47 WU 03:03 WU 4th Quarter 00:17 WU

Sullivan,Lucas 14 yd pass from Purkeypile,Ben (Edwards,Jeff kick failed) Hearn,Trent 4 yd run (Sabel,Connor kick) Watkins,Zach 19 yd interception return (Sabel,Connor kick) Sabel,Connor 23 yd field goal Mosley,Ra’Shawn 3 yd run (Sabel,Connor kick) Brown,Chris 1 yd run (Sabel,Connor kick) Walker,Brandon 28 yd run (Sabel,Connor kick failed)

Team Stats

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

No Gain Loss 21 117 3 13 75 13 7 29 1 6 25 0 2 19 0 3 6 6 52 271 23

ESU 13 29-111 57 25-8-2 54-168 0-0 1-13 5-100 2-8 6-28.7 1-1 2-17 23:55 5 of 12 0 of 1 1-1 1-6

WU 18 52-248 170 21-11-2 73-418 0-0 4-52 1-3 2-36 3-27.7 0-0 8-60 36:05 7 of 17 4 of 5 4-6 1-3

Yds TD Long 170 0 43 0 0 0 0 0 0 170 0 43

Receiving Gardiner,Aaron Lebahn,Jake Sissom,Sam Powers,Drameagon Totals

No. 4 4 2 1 11

Yds TD Long 90 0 43 38 0 15 28 0 21 14 0 14 170 0 43

Punting Boswell,Ben TEAM Totals

No. 2 1 3

Yds Avg Long 67 33.5 34 16 16.0 16 83 27.7 34

All Returns Sissom,Sam Williams,Cary Watkins,Zach Terrell,Fletcher Totals

Punts No 3 0 0 1 4

Yds Lg 30 13 0 0 0 0 22 0 52 13

Sack 1 0 0 1

In20 TB 1 0 0 0 1 0

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 0 0 0 1 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 3

Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 19 19 1 17 17 2 36 19

Field Goals none

Emporia State Rushing Ko,Seville Whitworth,Justin Hulings,Ryan Wieser,Justin Totals

No Gain Loss 19 70 3 7 43 4 1 4 0 2 3 2 29 120 9

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Whitworth,Justin 15-2-1 Purkeypile,Ben 10-6-1 Totals 25-8-2

Net TD Lg Avg 67 0 10 3.5 39 0 15 5.6 4 0 4 4.0 1 0 3 0.5 111 0 15 3.8

Yds TD Long 11 0 8 46 1 14 57 1 14

Receiving Sullivan,Lucas Hulings,Ryan Ko,Seville Claibourn,Lance Partridge,Sean Biggs,Jarad Totals

No. 3 1 1 1 1 1 8

Yds TD Long 15 1 14 12 0 12 8 0 8 8 0 8 8 0 8 6 0 6 57 1 14

Punting Torres,Johnny Hornets Totals

No. 5 1 6

Yds Avg Long 172 34.4 44 0 0.0 0 172 28.7 44

All Returns Hulings,Ryan Biggs,Jarad Richter,Jake Totals

Punts No 1 0 0 1

Yds Lg 13 13 0 0 0 0 13 13

Field Goals none

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Net TD Lg Avg 114 1 28 5.4 62 1 24 4.8 28 1 9 4.0 25 1 12 4.2 19 0 10 9.5 0 0 4 0.0 248 4 28 4.8

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In20 TB 0 0 0 0 0 0

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 3 75 38 2 25 15 0 0 0 5 100 38

Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 8 6 2 8 6


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No Gain Loss 14 66 4 7 54 0 10 45 5 3 0 14 34 165 23

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Wofford,Beau 19-7-0 Totals 19-7-0

Missouri Southern 13 Nov. 4, 2006 • Hughes Stadium Joplin, Mo. Attendance: 3,215

Net TD Lg Avg 62 0 33 4.4 54 1 34 7.7 40 1 15 4.0 -14 0 0 -4.7 142 2 34 4.2

Yds TD Long 101 0 30 101 0 30

No. 5 2 7

Yds TD Long 53 0 18 48 0 30 101 0 30

JOPLIN, Mo. – The Washburn Ichabods pulled out a 14-13 win over Missouri Southern to secure its third straight winning season. After forcing the Ichabods’ to punt, the Lions took possession with 1:59 remaining in the game at the Ichabods’ 34 yard line. MSSU drove to the Washburn nine. After a pair of incomplete passes and a no gain rush the Lions lined up for the potential game-winning field goal from the Washburn nine. But the snap was bad and the Ichabods took possession and ran out the final 41 seconds on the clock for the win. Washburn won despite recording only one first down in the second half as they ran 17 plays in the second half as the Ichabods had second half possession for 10:19. The Ichabod defense held the Lions to 144 yards in the second half. Sam Sissom had 53 yards in receptions on five catches and Trent Hearn rushed for 62 yards. On defense, Zach Watkins had 16 tackles including four solo stops.

Punting Boswell,Ben Totals

No. 8 8

Yds Avg Long 260 32.5 54 260 32.5 54

All Returns Sissom,Sam Gardiner,Aaron Williams,Cary Talley,Henry Totals

Punts No 2 0 0 0 2

Yds Lg 16 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 10

Field Goals Sabel,Connor

2nd

10:07 32 yds

Score by Quarters

Missouri Southern

Washburn holds on for win over Lions by 1

Washburn MSSU

7 3

7 0

0 7

0 - 14 Record: (6-4, 5-3) 3 - 13 Record: (4-6, 2-6)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 08:12 MSSU 01:16 WU 2nd Quarter 12:24 WU 3rd Quarter 01:38 MSSU 4th Quarter 04:10 MSSU

Malette,Brian 45 yd field goal Brown,Chris 34 yd run (Sabel,Connor kick)

Terry,Jonathon 25 yd pass from Hinspeter,Adam (Malette,Brian kick) Malette,Brian 27 yd field goal

Team Stats

WU 12 34-142 101 19-7-0 53-243 0-0 2-16 2-47 2-0 8-32.5 1-0 4-35 25:01 2 of 12 0 of 1 1-3 4-38

No Gain Loss 4 43 0 12 22 0 1 2 0 1 0 7 12 28 52 30 95 59

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Hinspeter,Adam 47-29-2 Totals 47-29-2

Walker,Brandon 5 yd run (Sabel,Connor kick)

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

Rushing Newman,Ronnell Colbert,Freddie Bado,Colin Team Hinspeter,Adam Totals

MSSU 22 30-36 314 47-29-2 77-350 0-0 0-0 2-34 0-0 5-35.2 1-0 5-71 34:59 6 of 16 1 of 3 2-3 2-14

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Review MIAA Records History Washburn

In20 TB 3 1 3 1

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 0 0 0 1 23 23 1 24 24 0 0 0 2 47 24

Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0

Missed

Net TD Lg Avg 43 0 31 10.8 22 0 4 1.8 2 0 2 2.0 -7 0 0 -7.0 -24 0 11 -2.0 36 0 31 1.2

Yds TD Long 314 1 26 314 1 26

Receiving Bado,Colin Norman,Isaac Terry,Jonathon Colbert,Freddie Harding,Noah Henry,Korie Aiono,Anthon Totals

No. 12 7 3 3 2 1 1 29

Yds TD Long 134 0 26 69 0 21 37 1 25 36 0 17 21 0 13 11 0 11 6 0 6 314 1 26

Punting Hawkins,Brandon Totals

No. 5 5

Yds Avg Long 176 35.2 44 176 35.2 44

All Returns Norman,Isaac Totals

Punts No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0

Field Goals Malette,Brian Malette,Brian

1st 4th

Sack 4 4

In20 TB 1 0 1 0

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 2 34 19 2 34 19

Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0

08:12 45 yds Good 04:10 27 yds Good

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2006 in review • game 10 vs Missouri southern

Receiving Sissom,Sam Gardiner,Aaron Totals

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2006 in review • game 11 vs Missouri WEstern

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#11 Missouri Western

3

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Walker,Brandon 11-4-1 79 Totals 11-4-1 79

Washburn 16 Nov. 11, 2006 • Yager Stadium Topeka, Kan. Attendance: 6,013

Ichabods wrap up season with win over Griffons TOPEKA, Kan. – The Washburn Ichabod football team wrapped up the regular season in style with a 16-3 win over No. 11 ranked Missouri Western in Yager Stadium. With the win, Washburn finishes the season with a 7-4 record and a 6-3 conference mark. Both teams struggled offensively in the first half as they combined for five first downs and 199 total yards. The Griffons scored first at the 8:30 mark in the second quarter as Dustin Strickler nailed a 24-yard drive capping a 11-play, 46-yard drive. The Ichabods special teams came through with a score as on a 4th and nine from the Griffon 24, Washburn recovered a bad snap on the punt recording a safety cutting the lead to 3-2. After forcing a punt on the Griffons’ first possession, the Ichabods took over at the Griffon 44 and notched a scoring drive as Brandon Walker, in his first start at quarterback, hit Sam Sissom for a 15-yard touchdown strike putting the Ichabods up 10-3 following a two-point conversion run by Trent Hearn. The touchdown reception by Sissom was his 40th of his career adding to his MIAA record for TD receptions in a career. Hearn finished with 3,154 for his career – the most in school history.

Score by Quarters MWSU Washburn

0 0

3 2

0 0 - 3 Record: (9-2, 7-2) 14 0 - 16 Record: (7-4, 6-3)

Scoring Summary 2nd Quarter 08:30 MWSU 04:42 WU 3rd Quarter 11:21 WU 09:21 WU

Strickler,Dusti 24 yd field goal TEAM safety Sissom,Sam 15 yd pass from Walker,Brandon(Hearn,Trent rush) Hearn,Trent 2 yd run (Tetuan,Jarod rush failed)

Team Stats

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

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MWSU 12 26-116 154 46-20-2 72-270 0-0 2-44 3-59 1--3 3-41.7 4-1 7-42 28:43 7 of 18 0 of 7 1-3 2-12

No Gain Loss 13 82 10 6 57 0 18 47 19 4 17 2 1 0 1 42 203 32

WU 14 42-171 79 11-4-1 53-250 0-0 2-30 3-48 2-13 8-27.5 1-0 8-56 31:17 3 of 13 0 of 0 2-3 0-0

Net TD Lg Avg 72 1 28 5.5 57 0 33 9.5 28 0 13 1.6 15 0 16 3.8 -1 0 0 -1.0 171 1 33 4.1

Yds TD Long 1 23 2 1 23 2

Receiving Sissom,Sam Martin,James Totals

No. 3 1 4

Yds TD Long 57 1 23 22 0 22 79 1 23

Punting Boswell,Ben TEAM Totals

No. 7 1 8

Yds Avg Long 220 31.4 45 0 0.0 0 220 27.5 45

All Returns Sissom,Sam Terrell,Fletcher Totals

Punts No 2 0 2

Yds Lg 30 15 0 0 30 15

Field Goals Sabel,Connor Sabel,Connor

1st 4th

03:51 42 yds Missed 14:02 39 yds Missed

Sack

In20 TB 0 0 0 0 0 0

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 1 15 15 2 33 26 3 48 26

Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 2 13 13 2 13 13

Missouri Western Rushing White,Jeremiah Landess,Matt Burns,Jamison TEAM Totals

No Gain Loss 12 78 1 7 76 1 5 8 0 2 0 44 26 162 46

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Landess,Matt 35-16-1 Burton,Michael 9-4-1 23 White,Jeremiah 1-0-0 0 TEAM 1-0-0 0 Totals 46-20-2

Net TD Lg Avg 77 0 43 6.4 75 0 43 10.7 8 0 3 1.6 -44 0 0 -22.0 116 0 43 4.5

Yds TD Long 131 0 17 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 154 0 17

Receiving Robinson,Gijon Harris,Joey Burns,Jamison Mead,Andrew White,Jeremiah Brooks,Jarrett Totals

No. 5 4 4 3 2 2 20

Yds TD Long 37 0 8 50 0 17 4 0 7 23 0 10 23 0 16 17 0 12 154 0 17

Punting Hanson,Jamie Landess,Matt Totals

No. 2 1 3

Yds Avg Long 89 44.5 46 36 36.0 36 125 41.7 46

All Returns Brooks,Jarrett Muhammad,Sirraj Miller,Jonathan Carbin,Greg Totals

Punts No 1 1 0 0 2

Yds Lg 15 15 29 0 0 0 0 0 44 15

Field Goals Strickler,Dustin Strickler,Dustin

2nd 2nd

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In20 TB 0 0 1 0 1 0

Kickoffs No Yds Lg 1 36 36 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 23 21 3 59 36

Interceptions No Yds Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -3 0 0 0 0 1 -3 0


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2006 MIAA In review

Washburn

2006 MIAA Final Standings

IAA M W L Pct.

Northwest Missouri (2) 9 0 Pittsburg State (14) 7 2 Missouri Western (15) 7 2 Washburn 6 3 Truman 6 3 Missouri Southern 3 6 Central Missouri 3 6 Emporia State 2 7 Fort Hays State 1 8 Southwest Baptist 1 8 ( )=Rank in AFCA National Poll

1.000 .778 .778 .667 .667 .333 .333 .222 .111 .111

Overall W L Pct.

14 10 9 7 6 5 5 3 1 1

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MIAA Coach of the Year Mel Tjeerdsma, NWMSU

MIAA Most Valuable Defensive Player Trey Lewis, DL, WU

MIAA Most Valuable Offensive Player G ermaine Race, RB, PSU

MIAA Co-Freshmen of the Year

Zach Watkins, LB, WU & C.J. Lovett, DB/KR, FHSU

.933 .833 .750 .636 .545 .455 .455 .273 .091 .091

The 2007 Ichabods are looking to return to NCAA Postseason play for the first time since 2005 and for the second time in school history.

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QB – Toby Korrodi, UCM, Sr. RB – #Xavier Omon, NWMSU, Jr. RB – ++Germaine Race, PSU, Sr. WR/KR – Jarrett Brooks, MWSU, Sr. WR – Kendall Wright, NWMSU, So. TE – Mike Peterson, NWMSU, Jr. OL – *+Allan Barbre, MSSU, Sr. OL – Roger Allen, MWSU, So. OL – Reid Kirby, NWMSU, Jr. OL – Pat Murray, TSU, Sr. OL – Zac Robinson, PSU, Jr. PK – +Nathan Alleman, PSU, Sr.

QB – Josh Mathews, NWMSU, Jr. RB – Trent Hearn, WU, Sr. RB – Jeremiah White, MWSU, Sr. WR – Colin Bado, MSSU, Jr. WR – Brian Pray, PSU, Sr. TE – Gijon Robinson, MWSU, Jr. OL – Drew Brown, PSU, Jr. OL – Joel Griffiths, ESU, So. OL – Joe Holtzclaw, NWMSU, Sr. OL – Jeff Rickard, WU, Jr. OL – Mike Rogers, SBU, Jr. OL – Mike Shelden, TSU, Sr. PK – Dustin Strickler, MWSU, So. KR – Ryan Hulings, ESU, Sr.

DL - ++Michael Cobbins, MWSU, Sr. DL - Kyle Kaiser, NWMSU, Sr. DL - +Trey Lewis, WU, Sr. DL - Devin Rutledge, MSSU, Sr. DL - Ryan Waters, NWMSU, Sr. LB - *Ben Harness, NWMSU, Sr. LB - John Matthew Fisher, MWSU, Sr. LB - Thomas Smith, NWMSU, Sr. DB - Diezeas Calbert, NWMSU, Sr. DB - J.R. Graham, MWSU, Jr. DB - +Kendall Ricketts, UCM, Jr. DB - Brandon Stribling, ESU, Sr. DB - +Fletcher Terrell, WU, Sr. P - *Jamie Hanson, MWSU, So. Five linemen and five backs selected due to ties in voting

DL – Leon Douglas, MWSU, Sr. DL – Dallas Flynn, NWMSU, Jr. DL – Les Hammers, TSU, So. DL – Ryan Meredith, PSU, Jr. LB – Jared Erspamer, NWMSU, Jr. LB – Darryl Reddick, TSU, Sr. LB – Bruce Ringwood, WU, So. LB – Adrian Singletary, UCM, So. DL – Greg Carbin, MWSU, Sr. DB – Brandon Clayton, NWMSU, So. DB – Josh Mayson, TSU, Sr. DB – Lester Shelton, SBU, Jr. P – Matt Frankel, UCM, So. Four linebackers selected due to a tie in voting

*=Unanimous selection

+=Repeat 1st team choice from 2005

++=Repeat 1st team choice from 2004, 05

#=Repeat first-team choice from 2004

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TE - Ryan King, TSU, So. TE - Ted Maxwell, UCM, Sr. FB - Lucas Sullivan, ESU, So. OL - Eric Eisenbarth, WU, Jr. OL - Travis Greer, PSU, So. OL - Mike Gunselman, UCM, So. OL - Shane McGinnis, PSU, So. OL - Gabe Frank, NWMSU, Sr. OL - Tyrone McCormick, TSU, Sr. OL - Tom Pestock, NWMSU, Jr. OL - Daryl Porter, SBU, Jr. OL - Patrick St. Louis, MWSU, Jr. OL - Ryan Taillon, FHSU, Jr. PK - Mickey Masucci, TSU, Fr. KR - Harrison Kush, PSU, So. KR- Fletcher Terrell, WU, Sr. KR- Chandler Terry, TSU, Jr.

DL - A.J. Franklin, ESU, Jr. DL -Eric Lawrence, WU, So. DL -David Martin, SBU, Sr. DL -Junis McDowell, ESU, Jr. DL -Albert Rodriguez, FHSU, Jr. DL -Ahmad Spry, MWSU, Sr. DL -Terry Bilbro, NWMSU, Jr. DL -Elbert Johnson, MSSU, Sr. DL -Kyle Mayden, MSSU, Sr. DL -Jon Miller, MWSU, Sr. DL -B.J. Russow, MSSU, Jr. LB - Hoang Mai, FHSU, Sr. LB - Jason Northern, PSU, Jr. LB - Jarred Schumpert, SBU, So. LB - Zach Watkins, WU, Fr. LB - Rod Washington, UCM, Sr. DB - Ben Augustin, MSSU, Sr.

DB - Myles Burnsides, NWMSU, Fr. DB - Jesse Cooper, TSU, Jr. DB - Nick Dellasega, PSU, Jr. DB - Brad Kester, MWSU, Sr. DB - C.J. Lovett, FHSU, Fr. DB - Bryan McMurtrey, PSU, So. DB - Jake Richter, ESU, Jr. DB - Randy Shepherd, UCM, Fr. DB - Justin Brown, UCM, Jr. DB - Moses Manga, MSSU, Sr. DB - Chauncey Mayfield, MWSU, Jr. DB - Brandon Pratt, NWMSU, Sr. P - Ben Boswell, WU, Jr.

QB - Robert Clardy, SBU, Sr. QB - Matt Ticich, TSU, So. QB - Adam Hinspeter, MSSU, So. RB - Jake Cunningham, TSU, Jr. RB - Jordan Hickel, FHSU, Jr. RB - Jamison Burns, MWSU, Sr. RB - ElRay Henry, ESU, Sr. WR - Ryan Bonner, TSU, Sr. WR - Ryan Hulings, ESU, Sr. WR - Raphael Robinson, NWMSU, So. WR - Sam Sissom, WU, Sr. WR - Nick Smart, SBU, Jr. WR - Robert Woodson, SBU, Sr. WR - Matt Jacobsen, UCM, Sr. WR - John Luke Snyder, FHSU, Sr. TE - Brian Barta, PSU, Jr.

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FG Saf 7 0 10 1 14 0 9 0 17 0 4 1 7 0 5 1 8 0 6 0

Pts Avg 537 44.8 385 35.0 509 33.9 329 29.9 321 26.8 275 25.0 260 23.6 254 23.1 252 22.9 153 13.9

TOTAL OFFENSE G 1. Pittsburg State 12 2. Northwest Missouri 15 3. Central Missouri 11 4. Southwest Baptist 11 5. Truman 11 6. Emporia State 11 7. Missouri Western 12 8. Washburn 11 9. Missouri Southern 11 10. Fort Hays State 11

Rush 3012 2541 1343 1484 1854 1713 2012 1787 934 1302

Pass Plays Yards Avg/P TD Yds/G 2446 726 5458 7.5 72 454.8 3574 998 6115 6.1 64 407.7 2992 661 4335 6.6 47 394.1 2649 727 4133 5.7 33 375.7 2143 775 3997 5.2 30 363.4 2196 713 3909 5.5 43 355.4 2169 763 4181 5.5 37 348.4 1827 644 3614 5.6 35 328.5 2527 696 3461 5.0 31 314.6 1442 720 2744 3.8 17 249.5

SCORING DEFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP 1. Northwest Missouri 15 23 19 1 1 2. Washburn 11 21 16 1 0 3. Missouri Western 12 31 25 1 0 4. Central Missouri 11 29 29 0 0 5. Truman 11 37 34 2 0 Missouri Southern 11 38 30 1 0 7. Pittsburg State 12 42 34 2 0 8. Emporia State 11 46 40 1 0 9. Fort Hays State 11 48 44 1 0 10. Southwest Baptist 11 67 64 1 0

FG Saf 4 0 12 0 8 1 7 0 8 0 8 0 10 1 5 0 11 0 3 0

Pts Avg 173 11.5 180 16.4 239 19.9 224 20.4 284 25.8 284 25.8 322 26.8 333 30.3 367 33.4 477 43.4

TOTAL DEFENSE G 1. Northwest Missouri 15 2. Missouri Western 12 3. Central Missouri 11 4. Washburn 11 5. Truman 11 6. Missouri Southern 11 7. Emporia State 11 8. Pittsburg State 12 9. Fort Hays State 11 10. Southwest Baptist 11

Rush 1129 1255 1588 1185 1409 1286 1709 2009 1876 2894

Pass Plys Yards Avg TD Yds/G 2591 895 3720 4.2 21 248.0 2293 755 3548 4.7 28 295.7 1785 711 3373 4.7 27 306.6 2197 715 3382 4.7 20 307.5 2157 718 3566 5.0 34 324.2 2487 665 3773 5.7 36 343.0 2093 687 3802 5.5 43 345.6 2402 828 4411 5.3 41 367.6 2194 632 4070 6.4 44 370.0 2634 736 5528 7.5 65 502.5

PASS OFFENSE G Att Cmp 1. Central Missouri 11 356 230 2. Southwest Baptist 11 373 219 3. Northwest Missouri 15 420 275 4. Missouri Southern 11 375 248 5. Pittsburg State 12 223 146 6. Emporia State 11 320 166 7. Truman 11 348 174 8. Missouri Western 12 322 163 9. Washburn 11 217 110 10. Fort Hays State 11 289 146

Int 5 19 9 11 10 10 9 16 11 14

Pct. 64.6 58.7 65.5 66.1 65.5 51.9 50.0 50.6 50.7 50.5

Yds Avg TD 2992 8.4 31 2649 7.1 19 3574 8.5 27 2527 6.7 15 2446 11.0 25 2196 6.9 24 2143 6.2 15 2169 6.7 19 1827 8.4 12 1442 5.0 7

Yds/G 272.0 240.8 238.3 229.7 203.8 199.6 194.8 180.8 166.1 131.1

PASS EFFICIENCY G Att Cmp 1. Pittsburg State 12 223 146 2. Central Missouri 11 356 230 3. Northwest Missouri 15 420 275 4. Missouri Southern 11 375 248 5. Washburn 11 217 110 6. Emporia State 11 320 166 7. Southwest Baptist 11 373 219 8. Missouri Western 12 322 163 9. Truman 11 348 174 10. Fort Hays State 11 289 146

Pct .655 .646 .655 .661 .507 .519 .587 .506 .500 .505

Int 10 5 9 11 11 10 19 16 9 14

Yds TD Effic 2446 25 185.6 2992 31 161.1 3574 27 153.9 2527 15 130.1 1827 12 129.5 2196 24 128.0 2649 19 125.0 2169 19 116.7 2143 15 110.8 1442 7 90.7

PASS DEFENSE G Att Cmp 1. Central Missouri 11 304 176 2. Northwest Missouri 15 465 233 3. Emporia State 11 275 148 4. Missouri Western 12 369 213 5. Truman 11 310 181 6. Fort Hays State 11 256 153 7. Washburn 11 346 190 8. Pittsburg State 12 366 215 9. Missouri Southern 11 318 171 10. Southwest Baptist 11 251 172

Int 11 19 11 16 7 9 17 14 8 8

Pct. Yds Avg TD 57.9 1785 5.9 12 50.1 2591 5.6 14 53.8 2093 7.6 16 57.7 2293 6.2 16 58.4 2157 7.0 19 59.8 2194 8.6 20 54.9 2197 6.3 13 58.7 2402 6.6 18 53.8 2487 7.8 21 68.5 2634 10.5 25

Yds/G 162.3 172.7 190.3 191.1 196.1 199.5 199.7 200.2 226.1 239.5

PASS DEF EFFICIENCY G Att Cmp 1. Northwest Missouri 15 465 233 2. Washburn 11 346 190 3. Central Missouri 11 304 176 4. Missouri Western 12 369 213 5. Pittsburg State 12 366 215 6. Emporia State 11 275 148 7. Truman 11 310 181 8. Missouri Southern 11 318 171 9. Fort Hays State 11 256 153 10. Southwest Baptist 11 251 172

Int 19 17 11 16 14 11 7 8 9 8

Pct. 50.1 54.9 57.9 57.7 58.7 53.8 58.4 53.8 59.8 68.5

Yds TD Effic 2591 14 98.7 2197 13 110.8 1785 12 113.0 2293 16 115.6 2402 18 122.5 2093 16 128.9 2157 19 132.5 2487 21 136.2 2194 20 150.5 2634 25 183.2

Yds Avg TD 3012 6.0 47 2541 4.4 37 1854 4.3 15 2012 4.6 18 1787 4.2 23 1713 4.4 19 1484 4.2 14 1343 4.4 16 1302 3.0 10 934 2.9 16

Yds/G 251.0 169.4 168.5 167.7 162.5 155.7 134.9 122.1 118.4 84.9

PUNTING G 1. Missouri Western 12 2. Central Missouri 11 3. Washburn 11 4. Missouri Southern 11 5. Emporia State 11 6. Southwest Baptist 11 7. Pittsburg State 12 8. Truman 11 9. Northwest Missouri 15 10. Fort Hays State 11

Yards Avg. TD 1129 2.6 7 1255 3.3 12 1185 3.2 7 1286 3.7 15 1409 3.5 15 1588 3.9 15 1709 4.1 27 2009 4.3 23 1876 5.0 24 2894 6.0 40

Yds/G 75.3 104.6 107.7 116.9 128.1 144.4 155.4 167.4 170.5 263.1

RED ZONE DEFENSE G RedZone 1. Northwest Missouri 15 16-26 2. Missouri Western 12 23-36 3. Washburn 11 23-33 4. Missouri Southern 11 28-39 5. Truman 11 31-43 6. Central Missouri 11 24-32 7. Emporia State 11 39-48 8. Fort Hays State 11 36-44 9. Pittsburg State 12 39-47 10. Southwest Baptist 11 49-59

RUSHING OFFENSE G Att 1. Pittsburg State 12 503 2. Northwest Missouri 15 578 3. Truman 11 427 4. Missouri Western 12 441 5. Washburn 11 427 6. Emporia State 11 393 7. Southwest Baptist 11 354 8. Central Missouri 11 305 9. Fort Hays State 11 431 10. Missouri Southern 11 321 RUSHING DEFENSE G 1. Northwest Missouri 15 2. Missouri Western 12 3. Washburn 11 4. Missouri Southern 11 5. Truman 11 6. Central Missouri 11 7. Emporia State 11 8. Pittsburg State 12 9. Fort Hays State 11 10. Southwest Baptist 11

Rushes 430 386 369 347 408 407 412 462 376 485

No. Yards Avg Ret Yds Avg Net/P 45 1683 37.4 209 4.6 1 32.3 38 1396 36.7 120 3.2 3 32.0 59 2019 34.2 142 2.4 3 30.8 45 1649 36.6 248 5.5 1 30.7 48 1702 35.5 203 4.2 2 30.4 46 1563 34.0 168 3.7 1 29.9 26 942 36.2 128 4.9 2 29.8 53 1845 34.8 288 5.4 2 28.6 49 1441 29.4 152 3.1 1 25.9 62 1856 29.9 182 2.9 4 25.7 Pct. TDs 61.5 13 63.9 17 69.7 15 71.8 21 72.1 25 75.0 19 81.2 34 81.8 26 83.0 30 83.1 47

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SCORING OFFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP 1. Pittsburg State 12 74 70 1 0 2. Central Missouri 11 51 43 2 0 3. Northwest Missouri 15 67 65 0 0 4. Emporia State 11 44 36 1 0 5. Missouri Western 12 39 32 2 0 6. Washburn 11 38 31 1 0 7. Southwest Baptist 11 34 31 1 1 8. Missouri Southern 11 34 33 0 0 9. Truman 11 33 30 0 0 10. Fort Hays State 11 19 15 3 0


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KIckoff RETURNS G Ret Yds TD Avg 1. Emporia State 11 38 886 0 23.3 2. Truman 11 37 846 0 22.9 Missouri Western 12 37 846 0 22.9 4. Pittsburg State 12 48 1043 1 21.7 5. Washburn 11 34 723 0 21.3 6. Northwest Missouri 15 28 591 0 21.1 7. Fort Hays State 11 44 896 1 20.4 8. Central Missouri 11 42 807 0 19.2 9. Missouri Southern 11 35 672 0 19.2 10. Southwest Baptist 11 56 965 0 17.2

4TH-DN CONVERSIONS G Conv Att 1. Northwest Missouri 15 10 15 2. Fort Hays State 11 23 38 3. Pittsburg State 12 6 10 4. Emporia State 11 11 19 5. Washburn 11 7 13 6. Truman 11 10 20 7. Southwest Baptist 11 7 17 8. Missouri Southern 11 8 22 9. Missouri Western 12 9 27 Central Missouri 11 4 12

Pct 66.7 60.5 60.0 57.9 53.8 50.0 41.2 36.4 33.3 33.3

SACKS AGAINST G 1. Pittsburg State 12 Truman 11 3. Washburn 11 4. Northwest Missouri 15 Central Missouri 11 6. Missouri Western 12 Southwest Baptist 11 8. Emporia State 11 Missouri Southern 11 10. Fort Hays State 11

PUNT RETURNS G Ret Yds TD Avg 1. Pittsburg State 12 20 342 0 17.1 2. Emporia State 11 22 285 1 13.0 3. Missouri Western 12 30 328 2 10.9 4. Central Missouri 11 25 265 3 10.6 5. Northwest Missouri 15 44 420 2 9.5 6. Washburn 11 29 257 0 8.9 7. Missouri Southern 11 10 81 1 8.1 8. Fort Hays State 11 13 80 0 6.2 9. Truman 11 23 106 0 4.6 10. Southwest Baptist 11 13 40 0 3.1

OPP 4TH-DN CONVERT G Conv Att 1. Washburn 11 8 26 2. Northwest Missouri 15 10 32 3. Southwest Baptist 11 5 14 4. Pittsburg State 12 11 27 5. Truman 11 8 19 6. Missouri Western 12 9 19 7. Missouri Southern 11 19 32 8. Fort Hays State 11 10 16 Central Missouri 11 15 24 10. Emporia State 11 14 21

Pct 30.8 31.2 35.7 40.7 42.1 47.4 59.4 62.5 62.5 66.7

FIELD GOALS G Made Att 1. Missouri Western 12 17 23 2. Central Missouri 11 10 16 3. Northwest Missouri 15 14 23 4. Emporia State 11 9 16 5. Missouri Southern 11 5 9 6. Pittsburg State 12 7 13 Southwest Baptist 11 7 13 8. Truman 11 8 15 9. Fort Hays State 11 6 12 10. Washburn 11 4 10

FIRST DOWNS G Rush Pass Pen Total 1. Northwest Missouri 15 149 154 18 321 2. Pittsburg State 12 149 102 11 262 3. Truman 11 108 99 21 228 4. Central Missouri 11 73 135 17 225 5. Southwest Baptist 11 81 106 21 208 6. Missouri Western 12 100 88 13 201 Emporia State 11 92 94 15 201 8. Missouri Southern 11 73 112 11 196 9. Washburn 11 82 72 11 165 10. Fort Hays State 11 80 63 15 158

3RD-DN CONVERT G Conv Att 1. Pittsburg State 12 62 118 2. Northwest Missouri 15 89 188 3. Missouri Southern 11 66 146 4. Central Missouri 11 47 119 5. Southwest Baptist 11 58 148 6. Emporia State 11 56 145 7. Truman 11 59 155 8. Missouri Western 12 57 157 9. Washburn 11 50 141 10. Fort Hays State 11 46 168

Pct 52.5 47.3 45.2 39.5 39.2 38.6 38.1 36.3 35.5 27.4

PAT KICKING G Made Att Pct 1. Pittsburg State 12 70 70 1.000 Missouri Southern 11 33 33 1.000 Fort Hays State 11 15 15 1.000 4. Northwest Missouri 15 65 67 .970 5. Southwest Baptist 11 31 32 .969 6. Truman 11 30 31 .968 7. Emporia State 11 36 38 .947 8. Washburn 11 31 33 .939 9. Central Missouri 11 43 47 .915 10. Missouri Western 12 32 35 .914

OPPONENT 1ST DOWNS G Rush Pass Pen Total 1. Central Missouri 11 87 79 16 182 2. Washburn 11 66 105 12 183 3. Missouri Southern 11 70 101 13 184 4. Fort Hays State 11 88 89 10 187 5. Emporia State 11 91 88 12 191 6. Truman 11 89 90 17 196 7. Missouri Western 12 78 108 15 201 8. Northwest Missouri 15 81 111 24 216 9. Pittsburg State 12 113 113 21 247 10. Southwest Baptist 11 136 111 9 256

OPP 3RD-DN CONVERT G Conv Att 1. Central Missouri 11 44 152 2. Emporia State 11 43 136 3. Northwest Missouri 15 66 200 4. Missouri Southern 11 46 138 5. Missouri Western 12 55 162 6. Washburn 11 57 158 7. Truman 11 54 148 8. Fort Hays State 11 47 122 9. Pittsburg State 12 71 167 10. Southwest Baptist 11 68 119

Pct 28.9 31.6 33.0 33.3 34.0 36.1 36.5 38.5 42.5 57.1

TIME OF POSSESSION G Total Time Avg/G 1. Fort Hays State 11 358:13 32:33 2. Missouri Southern 11 357:50 32:31 3. Northwest Missouri 15 469:31 31:18 4. Emporia State 11 340:09 30:55 5. Missouri Western 12 364:50 30:24 6. Southwest Baptist 11 317:14 28:50 7. Central Missouri 11 317:01 28:49 8. Washburn 11 314:14 28:34 9. Truman 11 313:49 28:31 10. Pittsburg State 12 333:39 27:48

PENALTIES G 1. Fort Hays State 11 2. Pittsburg State 12 3. Missouri Western 12 4. Missouri Southern 11 5. Southwest Baptist 11 6. Northwest Missouri 15 7. Truman 11 8. Central Missouri 11 9. Washburn 11 10. Emporia State 11

No 41 60 65 48 67 90 66 63 76 77

Yds Avg/G 350 31.8 495 41.2 516 43.0 475 43.2 479 43.5 730 48.7 553 50.3 583 53.0 626 56.9 631 57.4

OPPONENT PENALTIES G 1. Southwest Baptist 11 2. Truman 11 3. Central Missouri 11 4. Fort Hays State 11 5. Emporia State 11 6. Pittsburg State 12 7. Missouri Western 12 8. Northwest Missouri 15 9. Washburn 11 10. Missouri Southern 11

No 81 66 70 64 65 70 60 86 49 52

Yds Avg/G 758 68.9 622 56.5 599 54.5 573 52.1 568 51.6 536 44.7 484 40.3 585 39.0 425 38.6 397 36.1

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Yards 96 103 109 115 168 147 159 197 193 202 Pct .739 .625 .609 .562 .556 .538 .538 .533 .500 .400

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Individuals must have played in 75 percent of teams games RUSHING Team Cl G Att Yds Avg TD Long Yds/G 1. Race,Germaine PSU SR 12 310 1944 6.3 31 62 162.0 2. Omon,Xavier NWMSU JR 13 343 1518 4.4 22 33 116.8 3. White,Jeremiah MWSU SR 12 238 1172 4.9 9 43 97.7 4. Caldwell,Will UCM SR 9 118 687 5.8 7 37 76.3 5. Ko,Seville ESU SO 11 171 798 4.7 5 48 72.5 6. Hickel,Jordan FHSU JR 11 203 681 3.4 6 19 61.9 7. Ticich,Matt TSU SO 11 167 678 4.1 9 41 61.6 8. Newman,Ronnell MSSU SO 11 131 618 4.7 5 36 56.2 9. Nicholson,Moine SBU SR 9 117 487 4.2 4 18 54.1 10. Burns,Jamison MWSU SR 12 94 614 6.5 8 97 51.2

TOTAL OFFENSE Team Cl G 1. Ticich,Matt TSU SO 11 2. Korrodi,Toby UCM SR 11 3. Hinspeter,Adam MSSU SO 11 4. Mathews,Josh NWMSU JR 15 5. Clardy,Robert SBU SR 10 6. Landess,Matt MWSU SR 10 7. Race,Germaine PSU SR 12 8. Waters,Geno PSU FR 11 9. Purkeypile,Ben ESU SO 11 10. Jackson,Shane FHSU JR 11

Rush 678 -118 -36 -63 264 242 1944 55 -166 56

Int 5 11 9 9 8 10 8 7 12 11

Pct. 64.9 66.3 65.9 50.0 64.2 49.5 52.1 66.7 55.0 52.4

Yds TD Avg/G 2797 29 254.3 2527 15 229.7 3336 23 222.4 2085 15 189.5 1497 11 149.7 1396 8 139.6 1525 17 138.6 1379 14 125.4 1266 6 115.1 1152 8 104.7

Pass Plays Total 2085 507 2763 2797 355 2679 2527 446 2491 3336 413 3273 1497 285 1761 1396 284 1638 0 310 1944 1379 174 1434 1525 259 1359 1266 315 1322

Yds/G 251.2 243.5 226.5 218.2 176.1 163.8 162.0 130.4 123.5 120.2

RECEPTIONS/GAME Team Cl G Rec Yds TD Long Avg/C Rec/G 1. Bado,Colin MSSU JR 11 88 953 4 40 10.8 8.00 2. Smart,Nick SBU JR 10 56 860 7 57 15.4 5.60 3. Wright,Kendall NWMSU SO 15 83 1151 5 83 13.9 5.53 4. Woodson,Robert SBU SR 10 46 600 7 57 13.0 4.60 5. Snyder,John Luke FHSU SR 11 50 644 5 56 12.9 4.55 6. Brooks,Jarrett MWSU SR 11 49 807 9 51 16.5 4.45 Norman,Isaac MSSU FR 11 49 595 5 64 12.1 4.45 8. Jacobsen,Matt UCM SR 10 44 647 6 46 14.7 4.40 9. Maxwell,Ted UCM SR 11 42 479 4 47 11.4 3.82 10. Falkner,E.J. NWMSU JR 15 56 691 3 73 12.3 3.73

Int Yds TD Long 5 30 0 17 4 48 0 30 4 10 0 10 3 50 0 28 3 88 1 59 3 26 0 18 3 25 0 26 3 91 0 44 3 37 0 25 2 10 0 10

PASS EFFICIENCY Team Cl G Att Cmp 1. Waters,Geno PSU FR 11 129 86 2. Korrodi,Toby UCM SR 11 325 211 3. Mathews,Josh NWMSU JR 15 381 251 4. Clardy,Robert SBU SR 10 204 131 5. Hinspeter,Adam MSSU SO 11 374 248 6. Purkeypile,Ben ESU SO 11 234 122 7. McCoy,John SBU SO 11 168 88 8. Ticich,Matt TSU SO 11 340 170 9. Landess,Matt MWSU SR 10 216 107 10. Jackson,Shane FHSU JR 11 238 131

Int 7 5 9 8 11 8 11 9 10 12

PUNT RETURN AVG Team Cl G Ret 1. Kush,Harrison PSU SO 11 19 2. Hulings,Ryan ESU SR 11 17 3. Jacobsen,Matt UCM SR 10 12 4. Brooks,Jarrett MWSU SR 11 23 5. Wright,Kendall NWMSU SO 15 36 6. Sissom,Sam WU SR 11 23 7. Zott,Trevor FHSU FR 11 11 8. Rodriguez,Derek TSU JR 10 14 KICK RETURN AVG Team Cl G 1. Brooks,Jarrett MWSU SR 11 2. Pray,Bryan PSU SR 12 3. Terry,Chandler TSU JR 11 4. Terrell,Fletcher WU SR 11 5. Hulings,Ryan ESU SR 11 6. Norman,Isaac MSSU FR 11 7. Zott,Trevor FHSU FR 11 8. Kush,Harrison PSU SO 11 9. Mason,Seth UCM FR 11 10. Hartzler,Reuban SBU SO 11

Ret 19 25 19 15 33 16 28 13 12 12

Pct. 66.7 64.9 65.9 64.2 66.3 52.1 52.4 50.0 49.5 55.0

Int/G 0.45 0.36 0.36 0.30 0.27 0.27 0.27 0.25 0.25 0.22

Yds TD Eff. 1379 14 181.4 2797 29 163.6 3336 23 154.6 1497 11 135.8 2527 15 130.4 1525 17 124.0 1152 8 112.6 2085 15 110.8 1396 8 106.8 1266 6 98.0

Yds TD Long Avg 325 0 75 17.1 229 0 48 13.5 147 1 46 12.2 238 1 49 10.3 341 1 68 9.5 200 0 36 8.7 71 0 17 6.5 67 0 11 4.8 Yds TD Long Avg 537 0 85 28.3 676 1 85 27.0 492 0 58 25.9 385 0 55 25.7 742 0 69 22.5 332 0 39 20.8 556 0 32 19.9 256 0 30 19.7 225 0 33 18.8 219 0 27 18.2

RECEIVE YDS/GAME Team Cl G Rec Yds TD Long Avg/C Yds/G 1. Bado,Colin MSSU JR 11 88 953 4 40 10.8 86.6 2. Smart,Nick SBU JR 10 56 860 7 57 15.4 86.0 3. Pray,Bryan PSU SR 12 40 930 8 99 23.2 77.5 4. Wright,Kendall NWMSU SO 15 83 1151 5 83 13.9 76.7 5. Brooks,Jarrett MWSU SR 11 49 807 9 51 16.5 73.4 6. Jacobsen,Matt UCM SR 10 44 647 6 46 14.7 64.7 7. Sissom,Sam WU SR 11 39 674 4 74 17.3 61.3 8. Woodson,Robert SBU SR 10 46 600 7 57 13.0 60.0 9. Snyder,John Luke FHSU SR 11 50 644 5 56 12.9 58.5 10. Norman,Isaac MSSU FR 11 49 595 5 64 12.1 54.1 ALL PURPOSE Team Cl G Rush 1. Race,Germaine PSU SR 12 1944 2. Brooks,Jarrett MWSU SR 11 34 3. Hulings,Ryan ESU SR 11 91 4. Pray,Bryan PSU SR 12 85 5. Omon,Xavier NWMSU JR 13 1518 6. White,Jeremiah MWSU SR 12 1172 7. Wright,Kendall NWMSU SO 15 38 8. Bado,Colin MSSU JR 11 50 9. Caldwell,Will UCM SR 9 687 10. Ko,Seville ESU SO 11 798

Rcv PR KR Yds Avg/G 57 0 0 2001 166.8 807 238 537 1616 146.9 523 229 742 1585 144.1 930 0 676 1691 140.9 172 0 0 1690 130.0 369 0 0 1541 128.4 1151 341 219 1749 116.6 953 51 162 1216 110.5 164 0 37 888 98.7 234 0 0 1032 93.8

Aaron Neal was 28th in the MIAA in tackles and eighth in forced fumbles. He retunred this interception 74 yards for a touchdown against Southwest Baptist.

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PASSING/GAME Team Cl G Att Cmp 1. Korrodi,Toby UCM SR 11 325 211 2. Hinspeter,Adam MSSU SO 11 374 248 3. Mathews,Josh NWMSU JR 15 381 251 4. Ticich,Matt TSU SO 11 340 170 5. Clardy,Robert SBU SR 10 204 131 6. Landess,Matt MWSU SR 10 216 107 7. Purkeypile,Ben ESU SO 11 234 122 8. Waters,Geno PSU FR 11 129 86 9. Jackson,Shane FHSU JR 11 238 131 10. McCoy,John SBU SO 11 168 88

INTERCEPTIONS Team Cl G 1. Terrell,Fletcher WU SR 11 2. Lovett,C.J. FHSU FR 11 Williams,Cary WU JR 11 4. Shelton,Lester SBU JR 10 5. Ricketts,Kendall UCM JR 11 Richter,Jake ESU JR 11 Manga,Moses MSSU SR 11 8. Tisdale,Geoff PSU JR 12 Schoonover,Jacob MWSU JR 12 10. Dellasega,Nick PSU JR 9


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PUNTING Team Cl G 1. Hanson,Jamie MWSU SO 12 2. Hawkins,Brandon MSSU SR 11 3. Torres,Johnny ESU SO 11 4. Bowers,Tim SBU SR 11 5. Masucci,Mickey TSU FR 11 6. Boswell,Ben WU SR 11 7. Elder,Tyler FHSU SO 10

Punt 39 45 47 43 51 56 47

SCORING Team Cl G TD XPT 1. Race,Germaine PSU SR 12 31 0 2. Omon,Xavier NWMSU JR 13 24 0 3. Alleman,Nathan PSU SR 12 0 70 4. Frevert,Tommy NWMSU SO 15 0 65 5. Strickler,Dustin MWSU FR 12 0 32 6. Edwards,Jeff ESU SR 11 0 36 7. Hearn,Trent WU SR 11 10 0 8. Brooks,Jarrett MWSU SR 11 10 0 9. White,Jeremiah MWSU SR 12 10 0 10. Ticich,Matt TSU SO 11 9 0

Yds Long Avg 1567 57 40.2 1649 51 36.6 1702 80 36.2 1548 52 36.0 1825 59 35.8 1974 70 35.2 1560 55 33.2 FG 2XP 0 2 0 0 7 0 14 0 17 0 9 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts Pts/G 188 15.7 144 11.1 91 7.6 107 7.1 83 6.9 63 5.7 62 5.6 60 5.5 60 5.0 54 4.9

SCORING (TDs) Team Cl G TD Rush Pass Ret PAT Pts Pts/G 1. Race,Germaine PSU SR 12 31 31 0 0 1 188 15.7 2. Omon,Xavier NWMSU JR 13 24 22 2 0 0 144 11.1 3. Hearn,Trent WU SR 11 10 9 1 0 1 62 5.6 4. Brooks,Jarrett MWSU SR 11 10 0 9 1 0 60 5.5 5. White,Jeremiah MWSU SR 12 10 9 1 0 0 60 5.0 6. Ticich,Matt TSU SO 11 9 9 0 0 0 54 4.9 7. Woodson,Robert SBU SR 10 8 1 7 0 0 48 4.8 8. Caldwell,Will UCM SR 9 7 7 0 0 0 42 4.7 9. Pray,Bryan PSU SR 12 9 0 8 1 0 54 4.5 10. Jacobsen,Matt UCM SR 10 7 0 6 1 1 44 4.4 SCORING (KICK) Team Cl G 1. Alleman,Nathan PSU SR 12 2. Frevert,Tommy NWMSU SO 15 3. Strickler,Dustin MWSU FR 12 4. Edwards,Jeff ESU SR 11 5. Masucci,Mickey TSU FR 11 6. Smith,Ryan SBU SR 11 7. Malette,Brian MSSU SO 11 8. Sabel,Connor WU SR 11 9. Barr,Justin FHSU JR 11 PAT KICKING PCT Team Cl G 1. Alleman,Nathan PSU SR 12 Malette,Brian MSSU SO 11 Barr,Justin FHSU JR 11 4. Edwards,Jeff ESU SR 11 5. Frevert,Tommy NWMSU SO 15 6. Smith,Ryan SBU SR 11 7. Masucci,Mickey TSU FR 11 8. Sabel,Connor WU SR 11 9. Strickler,Dustin MWSU FR 12

PATs 70-70 65-67 32-35 36-37 30-31 31-32 33-33 31-33 15-15

FGs 7-13 14-23 17-23 9-16 8-15 7-13 5-9 4-10 6-12

Made Att 70 70 33 33 15 15 36 37 65 67 31 32 30 31 31 33 32 35

Pts 91 107 83 63 54 52 48 43 33

Pts/G 7.6 7.1 6.9 5.7 4.9 4.7 4.4 3.9 3.0 Pct. 100.0 100.0 100.0 97.3 97.0 96.9 96.8 93.9 91.4

FIELD GOALS Team Cl G 1. Strickler,Dustin MWSU FR 12 2. Frevert,Tommy NWMSU SO 15 3. Edwards,Jeff ESU SR 11 4. Masucci,Mickey TSU FR 11 5. Smith,Ryan SBU SR 11 6. Alleman,Nathan PSU SR 12 7. Barr,Justin FHSU JR 11 8. Malette,Brian MSSU SO 11 9. Sabel,Connor WU SR 11

FG FGA 17 23 14 23 9 16 8 15 7 13 7 13 6 12 5 9 4 10

Pct. 73.9 60.9 56.2 53.3 53.8 53.8 50.0 55.6 40.0

FG/G 1.42 0.93 0.82 0.73 0.64 0.58 0.55 0.45 0.36

FIELD GOAL PCT Team Cl G 1. Strickler,Dustin MWSU FR 12 2. Frevert,Tommy NWMSU SO 15 3. Edwards,Jeff ESU SR 11 4. Alleman,Nathan PSU SR 12 Smith,Ryan SBU SR 11 6. Masucci,Mickey TSU FR 11

FG FGA Long 17 23 42 14 23 41 9 16 45 7 13 47 7 13 42 8 15 45

Pct. 73.9 60.9 56.2 53.8 53.8 53.3

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TACKLES Team Cl G Pos Solo Ast Total Avg/G Sack 1. Watkins,Zach WU FR 11 LB 44 56 100 9.1 1.5 2. Northern,Jason PSU JR 12 LB 61 47 108 9.0 1.5 3. Ricketts,Kendall UCM JR 11 39 56 95 8.6 0.0 4. Richter,Jake ESU JR 11 49 34 83 7.5 0.0 Washington,Rodrick UCM SR 11 LB 37 46 83 7.5 1.0 6. Fisher,John Matthew MWSU SR 12 LB 48 36 84 7.0 1.0 Schumpert,Jarred SBU SO 11 40 37 77 7.0 3.0 Mai,Hoang FHSU SR 11 LB 39 38 77 7.0 2.0 9. Burrows,Dontrallius SBU JR 11 40 36 76 6.9 0.0 10. Cooper,Jesse TSU JR 11 DB 39 34 73 6.6 2.0 15. Tetuan,Jarod WU JR 11 DB 38 28 66 6.0 0.0 21. Lewis,Trey WU SR 11 DT 26 36 62 5.6 4.0 24. Neal,Aaron WU SR 11 LB 32 28 60 5.5 3.5 41. Ringwood,Bruce WU JR 11 LB 29 24 53 4.8 2.5 50. Krajicek,Michael WU FR 11 LB 21 26 47 4.3 0.5 SACKS Team Cl G Pos Solo Ast Yds Total Avg/G 1. Martin,David SBU SR 10 7 1 51 7.5 0.75 2. Douglas,Leon MWSU SR 12 DL 5 3 70 6.5 0.54 3. Waters,Ryan NWMSU SR 15 DE 6 3 55 7.5 0.50 Rutledge,Devin MSSU SR 11 DE 5 1 33 5.5 0.50 Meredith,Ryan PSU SR 12 5 2 15 6.0 0.50 6. Paddock,Sean NWMSU FR 15 DE 5 3 46 6.5 0.43 Flynn,Dallas NWMSU JR 15 DE 6 1 41 6.5 0.43 8. Cobbins,Michael MWSU SR 12 DL 3 3 22 4.5 0.38 9. Reddick,Darryl TSU SR 11 LB 4 0 36 4.0 0.36 Lewis,Trey WU SR 11 DT 4 0 25 4.0 0.36 TACKLES FOR LOSS Team Cl G Pos Solo Ast Yds Total Avg/G 1. Martin,David SBU SR 10 10 6 64 13.0 1.30 2. Spry,Ahmad MWSU SR 12 DL 11 7 61 14.5 1.21 3. Rutledge,Devin MSSU SR 11 DE 9 7 50 12.5 1.14 4. Cobbins,Michael MWSU SR 12 DL 9 9 53 13.5 1.12 5. Flynn,Dallas NWMSU JR 15 DE 15 2 62 16.0 1.07 6. Franklin,A.J. ESU JR 10 9 3 39 10.5 1.05 7. Ringwood,Bruce WU JR 11 LB 10 3 35 11.5 1.05 8. Douglas,Leon MWSU SR 12 DL 9 7 90 12.5 1.04 9. Kaiser,Kyle NWMSU SR 15 DT 13 3 40 14.5 0.97 10. Lawrence,Eric WU SO 11 DE 8 4 55 10.0 0.91 FUMBLES FORCED Team Cl G 1. Schumpert,Jarred SBU SO 11 Rutledge,Devin MSSU SR 11 3. Martin,David SBU SR 10 4. Berry,Johnny MSSU SR 11 Hammers,Les TSU SO 11 6. Swafford,Jared ESU SR 9 7. Paddock,Sean NWMSU FR 15 8. Whitaker,Andrew SBU FR 11 Mayson,Josh TSU SR 11 Neal,Aaron WU SR 11

Num Avg/G 4 0.36 4 0.36 3 0.30 3 0.27 3 0.27 2 0.22 3 0.20 2 0.18 2 0.18 2 0.18

FUMBLES RCVD Team Cl G 1. Jordan,Courtney TSU SO 11 2. Shepherd,Randy UCM FR 11 3. Rutledge,Devin MSSU SR 11 Watkins,Zach WU FR 11 5. McDowell,Junis ESU JR 9 6. Kaiser,Kyle NWMSU SR 15 7. Terry,Chandler TSU JR 11 Cooper,Jesse TSU JR 11 Demicoli,Matt ESU SR 11 Stigers,Tyron SBU SO 11

Num Avg/G 6 0.55 4 0.36 3 0.27 3 0.27 2 0.22 3 0.20 2 0.18 2 0.18 2 0.18 2 0.18

PASSES DEFENDED Team Cl G Brup Int Total Avg/G 1. Rutledge,Devin MSSU SR 11 13 0 13 1.18 2. Terrell,Fletcher WU SR 11 7 5 12 1.09 3. Mayson,Josh TSU SR 11 9 1 10 0.91 Manga,Moses MSSU SR 11 7 3 10 0.91 5. Williams,Cary WU JR 11 5 4 9 0.82 6. Shelton,Lester SBU JR 10 5 3 8 0.80 7. Tisdale,Geoff PSU JR 12 6 3 9 0.75 8. Augustin,Ben MSSU SR 11 8 0 8 0.73

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PSU NWMSU SEMSU MSSU SBU CMSU MWSU TSU WU UMR LU

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1991

PSU MSSU SBU CMSU TSU ESU NWMSU UMR MWSU WU

1992

PSU TSU ESU CMSU NWMSU MWSU MSSU WU SBU UMR

1993

MSSU PSU MWSU CMSU TSU ESU NWMSU UMR SBU WU

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

0 2 3 4 5 5 5 6 7 9 9

0 1.000 12 1 0 0 .800 9 3 0 0 .700 7 4 0 0 .600 6 4 0 0 .500 5 5 0 0 .500 5 6 0 0 .500 5 6 0 0 .400 4 7 0 0 .300 3 7 0 0 .100 1 9 0 0 .100 1 10 0

MIAA Overall 0 1 2 4 5 5 5 7 7 9

0 1.000 12 1 0 0 .889 9 2 0 0 .778 7 3 0 0 .556 5 5 0 0 .444 4 5 0 0 .444 4 6 0 0 .444 4 6 0 0 .222 2 8 1 0 .222 2 8 0 0 .000 0 10 0

MIAA Overall 0 2 4 4 4 5 5 5 7 8 0 2 3 3 3 5 6 7 8 8

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

.944 13 1 1 .778 8 3 0 .556 7 4 0 .556 5 6 0 .556 5 6 0 .444 5 5 0 .444 5 6 0 .389 4 6 1 .222 4 7 0 .111 1 10 0

0 1.000 14 1 0 0 .778 9 3 0 0 .667 7 3 0 0 .667 6 4 0 0 .667 6 5 0 0 .444 5 6 0 0 .333 4 6 0 0 .222 2 8 0 0 .111 2 8 0 0 .111 2 9 0

MIAA Overall 0 1 2 2 4 6 6 7 7 9

0 1.000 0 .889 1 .722 1 .722 0 .556 0 .333 0 .333 0 .222 0 .222 0 .000

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

1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

.923 .750 .636 .600 .500 .455 .455 .364 .300 .100 .091 .923 .818 .700 .500 .444 .400 .400 .227 .200 .000 .900 .727 .636 .455 .455 .500 .455 .409 .364 .091 .933 .750 .700 .600 .545 .455 .400 .200 .200 .182 .864 .727 .773 .750 .545 .300 .364 .300 .182 .000

1994

PSU TSU MWSU CMSU MSSU UMR ESU WU SBU NWMSU

1995

PSU MWSU TSU NWMSU MSSU ESU WU CMSU SBU UMR

1996

NWMSU PSU TSU MWSU MSSU ESU WU CMSU UMR SBU

1997

NWMSU PSU MSSU TSU ESU CMSU MWSU WU UMR SBU

1998

NWMSU ESU CMSU PSU TSU MWSU WU MSSU SBU UMR

1999

NWMSU PSU MWSU CMSU WU ESU TSU MSSU SBU UMR

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

MIAA Overall 0 2 3 3 4 4 5 7 7 9

0 1.000 10 1 0 0 .778 8 3 0 0 .667 8 3 0 0 .667 7 3 0 0 .556 5 5 0 1 .500 5 5 1 0 .444 5 5 0 0 .222 2 8 0 1 .167 1 8 1 0 .000 0 11 0

MIAA Overall 0 3 3 3 4 5 6 6 7 8

0 1.000 12 1 1 0 .667 7 3 1 0 .667 6 5 0 0 .667 6 5 0 0 .556 6 4 0 0 .444 5 6 0 0 .333 4 6 0 0 .333 4 6 0 0 .222 2 8 0 0 .111 1 9 0

MIAA Overall 1 1 2 4 4 4 5 7 8 9

.889 .889 .778 .556 .556 .556 .444 .222 .111 .000

11 2 8 3 7 4 7 4 6 4 5 6 4 6 4 7 3 8 0 10

.846 .727 .636 .636 .600 .455 .400 .364 .273 .000

MIAA Overall 0 1.000 1 .889 3 .667 3 .667 4 .556 5 .444 6 .333 7 .222 7 .222 9 .000

12 1 9 2 7 3 6 4 7 4 5 6 5 6 3 8 3 8 0 10

.923 .818 .700 .600 .636 .455 .455 .273 .273 .000

MIAA Overall 0 1.000 2 .778 3 .667 3 .667 3 .667 6 .333 6 .333 6 .333 7 .222 9 .000

15 0 1.000 9 2 .818 8 3 .727 7 3 .700 6 5 .545 5 6 .455 4 7 .364 3 7 .300 3 8 .273 0 11 .000

MIAA Overall

9 8 6 5 4 4 4 3 2 0

0 1.000 1 .889 3 .667 4 .556 5 .444 5 .444 5 .444 6 .333 7 .222 9 .000

14 1 10 2 7 4 7 4 6 5 5 6 4 7 5 6 2 9 0 11

.933 .833 .636 .636 .545 .455 .364 .455 .182 .000

.909 .727 .727 .700 .500 .500 .500 .200 .150 .000 ,893 .682 .545 .545 .600 .455 .400 .400 .200 .100

2000

NWMSU MWSU PSU CMSU ESU TSU WU MSSU SBU UMR

2001

PSU CMSU TSU MWSU NWMSU SBU ESU MSSU WU UMR

2002

NWMSU CMSU ESU PSU MWSU TSU MSSU WU SBU UMR

2003

CMSU ESU MWSU PSU NWMSU TSU WU SBU MSSU UMR

2004

PSU NWMSU WU CMSU ESU MSSU MWSU UMR TSU SBU

2005

WU MWSU NWMSU PSU CMSU ESU MSSU SBU TSU

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

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MIAA Overall 0 1.000 1 .889 2 .778 4 .556 4 .556 4 .556 6 .333 7 .222 8 .111 9 .000

11 8 9 7 6 6 5 2 2 2

1 4 3 4 5 5 6 9 9 9

.917 .667 .750 .636 .556 .556 .455 .182 .182 .182

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.889 .778 .667 .667 .667 .444 .333 .333 .222 .000

11 10 8 8 7 6 5 4 3 2

2 2 3 3 4 5 6 6 8 9

.846 .833 .727 .727 .636 .545 .455 .400 .273 .182

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PSU TSU SEMSU CMSU MSSU WU SBU NWMSU MWSU UMR

MIAA Overall

10 8 7 6 5 5 5 4 3 1 1

MIAA Overall 0 1.000 1 .889 3 .667 3 .667 5 .444 5 .444 6 .333 6 .333 7 .222 9 .000

12 1 10 2 9 3 8 3 6 5 6 5 5 6 3 8 3 8 0 11

.923 .833 .750 .727 .545 .545 .455 .273 .273 .000

MIAA Overall 2 2 2 2 2 5 6 7 8 9

.778 .778 .778 .778 .778 .444 .333 .222 .111 .000

9 2 .818 9 3 .750 9 3 .750 9 3 .750 8 3 .727 4 7 .364 5 6 .455 3 8 .273 1 10 .091 0 11 .000

MIAA Overall 0 1.000 1 .889 3 .667 4 .556 5 .444 5 .444 5 .444 7 .222 7 .222 8 .111

14 11 8 7 5 5 5 3 2 2

1 2 4 4 6 6 6 8 9 9

.933 .846 .667 .636 .455 .455 .455 .273 .182 .182

MIAA Overall

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9 9 11 10 7 4 3 3 2

3 3 4 4 3 6 7 8 9

.750 .750 .733 .714 .700 .400 .300 .273 .182

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MIAA Overall 0 1.000 2 .778 2 .778 3 .667 3 .667 6 .333 6 .333 7 .222 8 .111 8 .111

14 10 9 7 6 5 5 3 1 1

1 2 3 4 5 6 6 8 10 10

.933 .833 .750 .636 .545 .455 .455 .273 .091 .091

Schools: CMSU=Central Missouri State; ESU= Emporia State; FHSU=Fort Hays State; LU=Lincoln; UMR=Missouri-Rolla; MSSU=Missouri Southern; MWSU=Missouri Western ; NWMSU=Northwest Missouri State; PSU=Pittsburg State; SEMSU=Southeast Missouri State; SMSU= Southwest Missouri State; SBU= Southwest Baptist; TSU=Truman; WU=Washburn. TEAM RECORDS (Records are for all games played)

SCORING Most Points Scored Game: 94 SMSU vs. SBU, 9-24-27 Season: 837 Pittsburg St., 2004 (15 gms) Highest Scoring Average Season: 55.8 Pittsburg State, 2004 (837 pts. in 15 games) Most Touchdowns Scored Game: 15 SMSU vs. SBU, 9-24-27 Season: 116 Pittsburg St., 2004 (15 gms.) Most Conversions Made Kicking Game: 13 PSU vs. UMR, 9-25-04 Season: 109 Pittsburg St., 2004 (15 gms.) Most 2-Point Conversions Made Game: 5 ESU vs. UMR, 11-8-97 Season: 13 Emporia State, 1997 (11 games) Most Field Goals Made Game: 6 UCM vs. SEMSU, 11-2-85 Season: 20 Emporia State, 2004 (11 games) Most Defensive Extra Points Attempted Season: 2 MSSU 1996 & 1997 Most Defensive Extra Points Made Season: 1 Five times, most recently by PSU, 2004 Most Safeties Game: 3 ESU vs. UCM, 9-18-99 Season: 5 UCM, 1999 (11g) & 2003 (11 g) FIRST DOWNS Most Total First Downs Game: 37 PSU vs. SBU, 9-18-04 Season: 429 Pittsburg State, 2004 (15 games) Most First Downs Rushing Game: 29 UMR vs. LU, 10-25-86 Season: 254 Pittsburg State, 2004 (15 games) Most First Downs Passing Game: 25 ESU vs NWMSU, 11-7-92 Season: 186 Northwest Mo. State, 2002 (13 games) TOTAL OFFENSE Most Total Offensive Plays Game: 99 NWMSU vs. LU, 11-5-77; TSU vs. Southwest Missouri State, 10-5-85; UMR vs. MWSU, 11‑15‑03 Season: 1,077 Northwest Missouri State, 1999 (15 games) Most Yards Total Offense Game: 809 PSU vs. UMR, 9-25-04 Season: 8976 Pittsburg State, 2004 (15g) RUSHING Most Rushing Attempts Game: 87 PSU vs. UCM, 10-14-89 Season: 941 Pittsburg St., 1991 (15 games) Most Yards Gained Rushing Game: 627 NWMSU vs. ESU, 11-7-92 Season: 5320 Pittsburg State, 2004 (15 g)

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Highest Average Per Carry (min. 25/game) Game: 12.2 PSU vs. WU, 10-2-04 (44-538 yards) Season: 7.3 Pittsburg State, 2004 (730-5320 yards) Most Touchdowns Rushing Game: 9 WU vs. Lincoln (Mo.), 9-9-00; PSU vs. Southwestern Assemblies of God (Texas), 8‑25‑01 Season: 68 Pittsburg State, 2004 (15 games) PASSING Most Pass Attempts Game: 76 ESU vs. FHSU, 9-2-95; UMR vs. MWSU, 1115-03 Season: 623 Emporia State, 1995 (11 games) Highest Average Per Attempt Season: 10.69 Pittsburg State, 2004 (342-3656 yards) Most Pass Completions Game: 47 UMR vs. MWSU, 11-15-03 Season: 344 Northwest Mo. State, 2002 (13 games) Highest Average Per Completion Season: 21.2 Northwest Mo. State, 1992 (35-743 yards) Highest Completion Percentage Season: 71.3 Central Missouri, 2005 (196-of-275, 2298 yds.) Most Yards Gained Passing Game: 514 ESU vs. UMR, 10-7-95 Season: 4197 Northwest Mo. State, 2002 (13 games) Most Touchdowns Passing Game: 7 PSU vs. Oklahoma Panhandle State, 9-9-06 Season: 45 Pittsburg State, 2004 (15 games) PUNTING Most Punts Game: 14 SBU vs. UCM, 11-9-96; SBU vs. PSU, 10‑11‑97 Season: 98 Lincoln, 1981 (11 games) Highest Punting Average Season: 45.7 Southwest Mo. St., 1965 (49-2240 yds.) PUNT RETURNS Most Punt Returns Game: 11 UCM vs. UMR, 10-22-83 Season: 63 Pittsburg State, 1995 (14 games) Highest Average Punt Return (min. 2/game) Season: 20.3 Northwest Missouri State, 1966 (21-426 yards) Most Punt Returns for Touchdowns Game: 2 Four times, most recently: UCM vs. TSU, 9-17-05 Season: 4 Central Missouri, 2000 (11 g),2005 (10 g) KICKOFF RETURNS Most Kickoff Returns Game: 12 SBU vs. MWSU, 10-5-96; SBU vs. TSU, 9‑16‑00; TSU vs. PSU, 9-11-04 Season: 72 Southwest Baptist, 2000 (11 games) Highest Average Kickoff Return (min. 3/game) Season: 25.3 Northwest Missouri St., 2001 (35-887 yds.)

Most Kickoff Returns for Touchdowns Game: 2 TSU vs. PSU, 11-2-02 Season: 2 Eight times, most recently: Washburn, 2005 (11 games) FUMBLES Most Fumbles Game: 11 UMR vs. NWMSU, 10-29-55; SBU vs. MSSU, 9‑30‑00 Season: 54 Northwest Mo. State, 1988 (11 games) Most Fumbles Lost Game: 8 SBU vs. MSSU, 9‑30‑00 Season: 34 Southwest Baptist, 2000 (11 games) Fewest Fumbles Season: 7 Truman, 1997 (10 games) Fewest Fumbles Lost Season: 3 Truman, 1997 (10 games) PENALTIES Most Penalties Game: 19 six times, most recently: UCM vs. Quincy (Ill.), 8-28-99 Season: 136 Northwest Missouri State, 2004 (13 games) Most Yards Penalized Game: 185 UCM vs. Eastern Illinois, 10-4-69 Season: 1146 Northwest Missouri State, 2004 (13 games) Fewest Penalties Game: 0 Several Times Season: 36 Missouri-Rolla, 1990 (10 games) Fewest Yards Penalized Game: 0 Several Times Season: 278 Missouri-Rolla, 1964 (9 games) TOTAL DEFENSE Most Plays by an Opponent Game: 99 LU vs. NWMSU, 11-5-77; MWSU vs. UMR, 11‑15-03 Season: 1,054 Northwest Missouri State, 2005 (15 games) Fewest Total Yards Allowed Game: 10 PSU vs. Bacone (Okla.), 9-8-01 (-38 rush, 48 pass) Season: 1715 Missouri-Rolla, 1949 (925 rush, 790 pass) Fewest First Downs Allowed Game: 1 PSU vs. WU, 10-28-89 (1 rushing, 0 passing, 0 penalty) Season: 99 Missouri-Rolla, 1956 (61 rushing, 32 passing, 6 penalty) Most Opponent Fumbles Recovered Game: 8 MSSU vs. SBU, 9-30-00 Season: 23 UMR, 1978; MWSU 1997 Most Punts Blocked Game: 3 SBU vs. NWMSU, 9-16-95 Season: 7 Northwest Mo. State, 2007 (15 games) Most Field Goals Blocked Game: 2 PSU vs. Friends (Kan.), 9-7-91 Season: 5 Northwest Mo. State, 1989

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Most Conference Games Without a Defeat 41 Northwest Missouri State, 9‑20‑97 to 10-13-01 Most Consecutive Winning Seasons 18 Pittsburg State, 1989-present Most Consecutive Games Scoring 40-plus Points 10 Pittsburg State, 8-26 to 10-30-04 Most Consecutive Games, 300-plus Rushing 9 Pittsburg State, 9-4 to 10-30-04 Most Consecutive Games, 300-plus Passing 7 Truman, 10-19-85 to 9-6-86 INDIVIDUAL RECORDS SCORING Most Points Scored Game: 46 Brian Shay, ESU vs. UMR, 11-8-97 Season: 254 Ronald Moore, PSU, 1992 Career: 634 Germaine Race, PSU, 2003-06 Most Touchdowns Scored Game: 7 Brian Shay, ESU vs. UMR, 11-8-97 Season: 41 Ronald Moore, PSU, 1992 Career: 109 Germaine Race, PSU, 2003-06 Most Point-After Kicks Attempted Game: 13 Nathan Alleman, PSU vs. UMR, 9-25-04 Season: 112 Nathan Alleman, PSU, 2004 Career: 326 Nathan Alleman, PSU, 2003-06 Most Point-After Kicks Made Game: 13 Nathan Alleman, PSU vs. UMR, 9-25-04 Season: 109 Nathan Alleman, PSU, 2004 Career: 314 Nathan Alleman, PSU, 2003-06 Most Consecutive Point-After Kicks Made Season: 73 Luis Berlanga, NWMSU, 8-28 to 11-27-04 Career: 123 Nathan Alleman, PSU, 10-8-05 to 12-2-06 Most Two-Point Conversions Made Game: 2 Jarett Vito, ESU vs. TSU, 11-4-95 Season: 4 Ronald Moore, PSU, 1992; Jarett Vito, ESU, 1995 & 1997; Brian Shay, ESU, 1996 Career: 10 Jarett Vito, ESU, 1995-98 Most Field Goals Attempted Game: 6 Steve Huff, UCM vs. SEMSU, 11-2-85 Season: 27 David Purnell, NWMSU 1999 Career: 109 Mike Wood, SEMSU, 1974-77 Most Field Goals Made Game: 6 Steve Huff, UCM vs. SEMSU, 11-2-85 Season: 20 Justin Gray, ESU 2004 Career: 64 Mike Wood, SEMSU, 1974-77 Highest Field Goal Percentage Season (min. 10 made): 92.3 Eivind Listerud, UMR, 1993 (12-of-13) Career (min. 20 made): 75.0 Daniel Chappell, PSU, 2001-02 (21-of-28) Most Consecutive Field Goals Made 11 Josh Barcus, PSU 9-19-98 to 10-24-98 Most Points Scored by a Placekicker Game: 19 Steve Huff, UCM vs. SEMSU, 11-2-85 (6 FG, 1 PAT) Season: 144 David Purnell, NWMSU 1999 (27 FG, 69 PAT) Career: 401 Nathan Alleman, PSU 2003-06 (29 FG, 314 PAT) Most Defensive Extra Points Scored Game: 1 seven times, most recenty: Tyron Stigers, SBU vs. NWMSU, 11-11-06 Season: 1 seven times, most recenty: Tyron Stigers, SBU vs. NWMSU, 11-11-06 RUSHING Most Rushing Attempts Game: 50 Chris Brooks, UCM vs. TSU, 11-11-89 Season: 356 Ronald Moore, PSU 1992 Career: 1015 Jarrett Anderson, TSU 1993-96 Most Yards Gained Rushing Half: 226 Brian Shay, ESU vs. UCM, 11-16-96 (2nd) Game: 379 Ronald Moore, PSU vs. Portland (Ore.) State, 12-5-92 Season: 2585 Ronald Moore, PSU 1992 Career: 6985 Germaine Race, PSU 2003-06 Highest Average Per Carry

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RUSHING DEFENSE Fewest Rushing Attempts Allowed Game: 11 TSU vs. Minnesota State-Mankato, 8-24-06 Season 294 Missouri-Rolla, 1949 (8 games) Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed Game: -67 UCM vs. LU, 10-30-82 Season: 346 Missouri-Rolla, 1980 (10 games) Fewest Rushing Touchdowns Allowed Season: 1 Northwest Mo. State, 1931 (9 games) Fewest Rushing First Downs Allowed Game: 0 UCM vs. LU, 10-31-81; PSU vs. UCM, 11‑16‑91; PSU vs. Bacone (Okla.), 9-14-02 Season: 33 Missouri-Rolla, 1980 (10 games) PASSING DEFENSE Fewest Passing Attempts Allowed Game: 1 UMR vs. NWMSU, 10-13-90 Season: 94 Missouri-Rolla, 1955 (9 games) Fewest Passing Completions Allowed Game: 0 five times, most recently: MWSU vs. PSU, 9-22-01 Season: 30 Missouri-Rolla, 1951 (8 games) Fewest Passing Yards Allowed Game: 0 five times, most recently: MWSU vs. PSU, 9-22-01 Season: 456 Missouri-Rolla, 1951 (8 games) Fewest Passing Touchdowns Allowed Season: 0 Northwest Mo. State, 1931 (9 games) Fewest Passing First Downs Allowed Game: 0 nine times, most recently: PSU vs. Oklahoma Panhandle State, 9‑9-06 Season: 42 Northwest Mo. State, 1967 (9 games) Lowest Completion Percentage Allowed Season: 32.8 Missouri-Rolla, 1952 (38-116, 8 games) INTERCEPTIONS Most Interceptions Game: 8 three times, most recently: SEMSU vs. UCM, 10-1-88 Season: 35 Missouri-Rolla, 1978 (11 games) Most Interceptions Returned for Touchdowns Game: 2 PSU vs. Bacone (Okla.), 9-8-01 Season: 4 UMR, 1969 (9 games), NWMSU 2000 (11 games), PSU 2001 (11 games), PSU 2002 (11 games) SCORING DEFENSE Fewest Points Allowed Season: 6 Northwest Mo. State, 1931 (9 games) Lowest Opponent Scoring Average Season: 0.7 Northwest Mo. State, 1931 (9 games) Most Shutouts Season: 8 Northwest Mo. State, 1931 (9 games) FREQUENCIES Most Victories Season: 15 Northwest Missouri State, 1998 Most Defeats Season: 11 NWMSU, 1978 & ‘94; LU, 1976 & ‘81; UMR, 1998, ‘99, 2002, ‘03 Most 300-plus Rushing Games Season: 12 Pittsburg State, 2004 (15 games) Most 300-plus Passing Games Season: 8 Emporia State, 1995 (11 games) CONSECUTIVES Most Consecutive Victories 27 Truman, 1931-35 Most Consecutive Games Without A Defeat 27 Truman, 1931-35 (27-0-0) Most Consecutive Defeats 31 Missouri-Rolla, 2001-03 Most Consecutive Games Without Being Shutout 148 Pittsburg State, 9-2-89 to 11-17-01 Most Consecutive Shutouts Posted 7 Northwest Missouri State, 1931 Most Consecutive Games Without a Tie 300 Truman, 10-14-78 to present Most Consecutive Conference Wins 41 Northwest Missouri State, 9‑20‑97 to 10-13-01


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10-1-60; Eric Holm, TSU vs. LU, 11-8-80; Rod Smith, MSSU vs. TSU, 10-2-93 Season: 16 Tony Miles, NWMSU 1998; Lester McCoy, ESU 1999 Career: 38 Jamaica Rector, NWMSU, 2001-04 INTERCEPTIONS Most Pass Interceptions Game: 5 Gary Evans, TSU vs. UMR, 10-18-75; Bruce Johnson, LU vs. Kentucky State, 10-5-74 Season: 14 Pierre Thomas, MWSU, 2003 Career: 29 Bill Grantham, UMR, 1977-80 Most Touchdowns on Interception Returns Game: 1 Several Players Season: 2 nine times, most recently: Fletcher Terrell, WU 2005 Career: 4 Terek Wilson, PSU, 2000-03; Kendall Ricketts, UCM, 2004-present Most Consecutive Games with an Interception 8 Darin Nix, UMR, 11-6-93 to 10-8-94 TOTAL OFFENSE Most Offensive Plays Game: 85 Evan Gray, UMR vs. MWSU, 11-15-03 Season: 596 Nathan Emert, MSSU 2004 Career: 1509 Josh Chapman, MSSU, 1999-2002 Most Yards Total Offense Game: 533 Josh Chapman, MSSU vs. WU, 9-28-02 Season: 4151 Chris Greisen, NWMSU, 1999 Career: 10,168 Neal Philpot, PSU, 2001-04 ALL-PURPOSE YARDS Most All-Purpose Yards Game: 469 Brian Shay, ESU vs. WU, 10-30-97 Season: 3400 Ronald Moore, PSU 1992 Career: 9301 Brian Shay, ESU, 1995-98 PUNTING Most Punts Game: 14 Aaron Hafner, SBU vs. UCM, 11-9-96 Javon Collins, SBU vs. PSU, 10-11-97 Season: 98 John Tassi, LU, 1981 Career: 298 Dustin Penn, UMR, 1998-2001 Highest Punting Average Season (min. 35 punts): 45.95 Brian Moorman, PSU, 1997 (41-1883 yards) Career (min. 70 punts): 43.97 Brian Moorman, PSU, 1995-98 (188-8267 yards) PUNT RETURNS Most Punt Returns Game: 9 Craig Heath, UMR vs. Missouri Valley, 9-8-79; Colon McNeal, WU vs. FHSU, 9‑11-99 Season: 42 Michael Mundt, PSU, 1994; Chuckey Aiken, PSU 1995 Career: 113 Kevin NIckerson, UCM 1998-2001 Highest Average Per Punt Return Season (min. 10 ret.): 19.7 RoShawn Marshall, UCM 2005 (26-513 yds.) Career (min. 20 ret.): 21.2 Gene Huffman, UMR, 1948-51 (29-804 yds.) Most Touchdowns on Punt Returns Game: 2 Kevin Nickerson, UCM vs. Quincy (Ill.), 9‑9‑00; RoShawn Marshall, UCM vs. TSU, 9‑17-05 Season: 4 RoShawn Marshall, UCM, 2005 Career: 8 Kevin Nickerson, UCM, 1998-2001 KICKOFF RETURNS Most Kickoff Returns Game: 9 Joe Wingate, NWMSU vs. UMR, 10-17-70; Elliot Jackson, UMR vs. PSU, 11-4-95 Season: 42 Bobby Yates, UCM, 1990 Career: 99 Joe Wingate, NWMSU, 1970-73 Highest Average Per Kickoff Return Season (min. 15 ret.): 31.7 Karl Evans, MSSU, 1992 (18-571 yards) Career (min. 30 ret.): 30.0 Karl Evans, MSSU, 1991-92 (32-959 yards) Most Touchdowns on Kickoff Returns Game: 2 Jason Douglas, TSU, 11-2-02

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Season: 2 seven times, most recently: Fletcher Terrell, WU 2005 Career: 3 Walter Rhone, UCM, 1969-72; Alfonso Pugh, TSU 1999-2002; Delanie Walker, UCM, 2003‑04 MISCELLANEOUS Longest Field Goal 61 Mike Wood, SEMSU vs. LU, 11-15-75 Longest Punt 88 Mike Miletich, TSU vs. UCM, 10-22-88 Longest Pass Completion 99 Dennis Gile to Todd Devoe, UCM vs. MinnesotaDuluth, 12-1-01 Longest Rushing Play 97 Fred Tabron, SMSU vs. NWMSU, 11-14-70; Jamison Burns, MWSU vs. MSSU, 10-14-06 Longest Interception Return 100 Bruce Johnson, LU vs. UMR, 11-23-72 Longest Punt Return 97 Frank Ricchi, UMR vs. NWMSU, 1949 Longest Kickoff Return 100 13 times, most recently: Fletcher Terrell, WU vs. UCM, 9-10-05 Longest Fumble Return 100 Robert Spinks, MSSU vs. TSU, 10-2-04 SINGLE-GAME RUSHING Player Yds. Att. TDs 1. R. Moore, PSU vs. Portland St., 12-5-92 379 37 5 2. Brian Shay, ESU vs. WU, 10-5-96 361 39 5 3. Albert Bland, MSSU vs. WU, 10-29-94 321 32 5 4. Tyler Paul, ESU vs. TSU, 10-4-03 311 34 2 5. Dale Mills, TSU vs. UMR, 11-12-60 306 37 5 J.Anderson, TSU vs. ESU, 11-9-96 306 26 6 SINGLE-SEASON RUSHING Player, School, Yr. Yds. Att. TDs 1. Ronald Moore, PSU 1992 2585 356 39 2. Brian Shay, ESU 1998 2265 293 29 3. Germaine Race, PSU 2004 2213 247 26 4. Jarrett Anderson, TSU 1996 2140 321 27 5. Brian Shay, ESU 1996 2103 342 18 CAREER RUSHING Player, School, Yrs. Yds. Att. TDs 1. Germaine Race, PSU 2003-06 6985 941 107 2. Brian Shay, ESU 1995-98 6958 1007 81 3. Jarrett Anderson, TSU 1993-96 6313 1015 70 4. Ronald Moore, PSU 1989-92 5776 869 74 5. Xavier Omon, NWMSU 2004-pr 4736 899 55 SINGLE-GAME PASSING Player Yds. Att.-C. TDs 1. J. Czeschin, TSU vs. NWMSU, 10-23-04 479 60-35 4 2. J. McMenamin, NWMSU vs. UCM, 10-27-01 47355-33 3 E. Gray, UMR vs. MWSU, 11-15-03 473 76-47 2 4. P. Jelovic, ESU vs. TSU, 11-4-95 471 58-39 4 5. T. Hatfield, ESU vs. MSSU, 10-30-04 460 52-32 5 SINGLE-SEASON PASSING Player, School, Yr. Yds. Att.-C. TDs 1. Chris Greisen, NWMSU 1998 4076 451-280 38 2. Chris Hegg, TSU 1985 3782 503-284 32 3. Josh Lamberson, NWMSU 2005 3766 486-324 33 4. John McMenamin, NWMSU 2002 3583 491-296 28 5. Nathan Emert, MSSU 2004 3406 485-302 23 CAREER PASSING Player, School, Yrs. Yds. TDs 1. Kasey Waterman, MWSU 1998-2001 10,025 98 2. Eric Howe, TSU 1998-2001 9097 70 3. Chris Greisen, NWMSU 1995-98 7446 66 4. Josh Lamberson, NWMSU 2002-05 7365 65 5. Paul Kaiser, UCM 1993-95, 1997 7233 58 10. Tyler Schuerman, WU 2000-04* 6525 53

SINGLE-GAME RECEIVING Player Yds. Rec. TDs 1. Rod Smith, MSSU vs. SBU, 10-19-91 254 8 3 2. Mike Berentes, TSU vs. SMSU, 11-7-70 248 10 2 3. Terren Adams, MWSU vs. WU, 11-16-91 238 11 3 4. Sam Sissom, WU vs. Colo. Mines, 8-27-05 231 7 3 5. Eddie Coates, UCM vs. E. Illinois, 10-4-69 228 10 1 Tom Newlin, SBU vs. UMR, 10-8-88 228 11 1 SINGLE-SEASON RECEIVING Player, School, Yr. Yds. Rec. TDs 1. Ronnie West, PSU 1991 1495 74 14 2. Rod Smith, MSSU 1991 1439 60 15 3. Steve Hansley, NWMSU 1984 1343 67 11 4. Tony Miles, NWMSU 1998 1306 85 16 5. Andre Rector, NWMSU 2005 1297 97 11 CAREER RECEIVING Player, School, Yrs. Yds. TDs 1. Jamaica Rector, NWMSU 2001-04 4497 38 2. Tony Miles, NWMSU 1997-2000 3890 37 3. Andrew Blakley, TSU 1999-2002 3458 22 4. Sam Sissom, WU 2002-06* 3288 40 5. Lester McCoy, ESU 1997-2000 3234 33 7. Michael Dritlein, WU 1992-95 3103 18 SINGLE-GAME TOTAL OFFENSE Player Total Pass Rush 1. J. Chapman, MSSU vs. WU, 9-28-02 533 337 196 2. J. Chapman, MSSU vs. UMR, 11-16-02 492 246 246 3. B. Landry, UMR vs. Colo. Mines, 9-4-04 485 449 36 4. J. McMenamin, NWMSU vs. UCM, 10-27-01 475 473 2 5. J.Chapman, MSSU vs. UMR, 11-10-01 464 272 192 M.Cooper, MWSU vs. TSU, 11-16-02 464 387 77 SINGLE-SEASON TOTAL OFFENSE Player, School, Yr. Total Pass Rush 1. Chris Greisen, NWMSU 1998 4151 4076 75 2. Andy Majors, PSU 2005 4028 3065 963 3. Chris Hegg, TSU 1985 3782 3741 41 4. Josh Lamberson, NWMSU 2005 3748 3766 -18 5. Nathan Emert, MSSU 2004 3514 3406 108 CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE Player, School, Yr. Total Pass Rush 1. Neal Philpot, PSU 2001-04 10,168 5831 4337 2. Kasey Waterman, MWSU 1998-2001 10,056 10,025 31 3. Eric Howe, TSU 1998-2001 9040 9097 -57 4. Josh Chapman, MSSU 1999-2002 8801 5568 3233 5. Tyler Schuerman, WU 2000-04* 8315 6525 1790 SINGLE-GAME SCORING Player Points 1. Brian Shay, ESU vs. UMR, 11-8-97 46 2. Louis Stark, SMSU vs. SBU, 9-24-27 37 3. Jarrett Anderson, TSU vs. ESU, 11-9-96 36 4. Dale Mills. TSU vs. UMR, 11-12-60 34 5. Ronald Moore, PSU vs. North Dakota State, 11-28-92 32 Ronald Moore, PSU vs. Portland (Ore.) State, 12-5-92 32 Brian Shay, ESU vs. WU, 10-5-96 32 SINGLE-SEASON SCORING Player, School, Yr. Points 1. Ronald Moore, PSU 1992 254 2. Brian Shay, ESU 1997 198 Germaine Race, PSU 2005 198 4. Brian Shay, ESU 1998 176 5. Jarrett Anderson, TSU 1996 168 CAREER SCORING Player, School, Yr. Points 1. Germaine Race, PSU 2003-06 634 2. Brian Shay, ESU, 1995-98 544 3. Ronald Moore, PSU 1989-92 480 4. Jarrett Anderson, TSU 1993-96 446 5. Dale Mills, TSU 1957-60 407

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About the MIAA The Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association, a 10-member conference of NCAA Division II institutions in Missouri and Kansas, was first organized in 1912 as the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association. Over the past 20 years, the league has undergone several changes, highlighted by increased participation in national championships. The MIAA has gained the reputation of being one of the top NCAA Division II conferences in the nation. MIAA student-athletes have won 13 national team championships and more than 100 individual national titles. The MIAA currently conducts conference championships in eight men’s and eight women’s sports. Men’s championships include football, cross country, basketball, indoor and outdoor track and field, baseball, tennis, and golf. Women’s champions are determined in volleyball, soccer, cross country, basketball, indoor and outdoor track and field, softball and tennis. MIAA Commissioner Jim Johnson succeeded Ralph McFillen on July 1, 2007. Johnson spent two seasons as athletic director at Texas A&M-Commerce before

Fort Hays State University Hays, Kan.

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School Enrollment Location University of Central Missouri x x x x x x x x x x x x 11,000 Warrensburg, Mo. Emporia State University x x x x x x x x x x x x x 6,258 Emporia, Kan. Fort Hays State University x x x x x x x x x x x x 7,500 Hays, Kan. Missouri Southern State University x x x x x x x x x x x x x 5,740 Joplin, Mo. Missouri Western State University x x x x x x x x x 5,158 St. Joseph, Mo. Northwest Missouri State University x x x x x x x x x x x x x 6,500 Maryville, Mo. Pittsburg State University x x x x x x x x x x x 6,751 Pittsburg, Kan. Southwest Baptist University x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 3,536 Bolivar, Mo. Truman State University x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 6,000 Kirksville, Mo. Washburn University x x x x x x x x x x 7,002 Topeka, Kan.

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Population 16,340 26,666 19,841 46,373 72,663 10,581 19,243 9,143 16,988 122,008

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becoming the MIAA’s third full-time commissioner. Johnson spent nearly two years (2003-05) at what is now the University of Central Missouri as associate athletics director for development. While in Warrensburg, he also served as the institution’s government relations director. Like his predecessor, Johnson has experience in the NCAA national office. He was in membership services from 1997-02, working as membership coordinator and Division II governance liaison. Ralph McFillen, formerly of the Metro and Gulf South conferences, succeeded Ken B. Jones as commissioner of the MIAA in July 1997. Matt Newbery, previously the assistant sports information director at Pittsburg State University, is assistant to the commissioner for media relations and in his 13th year with the MIAA. Natasha Oakes, a former All-MIAA track performer at Emporia State University, was added as the third full-time staffer in July 2005 as assistant to the commissioner for compliance.

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Year Team MIAA Overall 1924 Truman 2-0-2 4-3-2 1925 Northwest Missouri 3-0-1 7-0-1 1926 Central Missouri 4-0-0 7-0-1 1927 Truman 4-0-0 8-1-0 1928 Truman 3-0-1 7-2-1 Southwest Missouri 3-0-1 7-1-1 Jim Johnson 1929 Truman 2-0-1 5-3-1 MIAA Commissioner 1930 Truman 3-0-0 5-5-0 jjohnson@themiaa.com 1931 Northwest Missouri 4-0-0 9-0-0 913 341-3839 Phone 1932 Truman 4-0-0 8-0-0 1933 Truman 4-0-0 9-0-0 913 341-5887 Fax 1934 Truman 4-0-0 8-0-0 1935 Truman 5-0-0 7-1-0 1936 Truman 5-0-0 7-0-0 1937 Southeast Missouri 5-0-0 9-0-0 1938 Northwest Missouri 5-0-0 9-0-0 1939 Northwest Missouri 5-0-0 9-0-0 1940 Southwest Missouri 5-0-0 10-0-0 1941 Missouri-Rolla 3-1-1 4-3-2 Northwest Missouri 3-1-1 6-2-1 1942 Northwest Missouri 3-1-0 4-2-1 Matt Newbery Southeast Missouri 3-1-0 6-2-0 Assistant to the 1943-45 No MIAA Competition Commissioner for 1946 Southeast Missouri 5-0-0 8-0-1 Media Relations 1947 Missouri-Rolla 4-1-0 4-3-0 mnewbery@themiaa.com 1948 Northwest Missouri 4-1-0 6-2-0 913 341-3080 Phone Southwest Missouri 4-1-0 9-2-0 1949 Missouri-Rolla 5-0-0 6-2-0 913 341-2995 Fax 1950 Missouri-Rolla 4-1-0 7-2-0 1951 Truman 4-0-1 7-1-1 Southwest Missouri 4-0-1 6-3-1 1952 Truman 4-1-0 7-1-0 Northwest Missouri 4-1-0 6-3-0 1953 Truman 5-0-0 6-2-0

Year Team 1954 Truman 1955 Southeast Missouri 1956 Central Missouri Missouri-Rolla 1957 Southeast Missouri 1958 Southeast Missouri 1959 Southeast Missouri 1960 Truman 1961 Truman 1962 Southeast Missouri 1963 Southwest Missouri 1964 Truman 1965 Truman 1966 Southwest Missouri 1967 Southeast Missouri 1968 Southeast Missouri 1969 Truman Southeast Missouri 1970 Central Missouri Truman 1971 Truman 1972 Lincoln Northwest Missouri 1973 Southeast Missouri 1974 Northwest Missouri 1975 Southeast Missouri 1976 Truman Southeast Missouri 1977 Missouri-Rolla Southeast Missouri 1978 Southwest Missouri 1979 Northwest Missouri 1980 Missouri-Rolla 1981 Truman

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

Year Team MIAA Overall 1982 Truman 5-0-0 9-2-0 1983 Central Missouri 4-1-0 6-5-0 Missouri-Rolla 4-1-0 8-2-0 1984 Northwest Missouri 5-0-0 10-1-0 1985 Truman 5-0-0 8-3-0 1986 Central Missouri 5-0-0 8-3-0 1987 Central Missouri 4-0-1 7-3-1 Southeast Missouri 4-0-1 6-4-1 1988 Central Missouri 5-1-0 6-5-0 Truman 5-1-0 7-3-0 Southeast Missouri 5-1-0 6-4-0 1989 Pittsburg State 10-0-0 12-1-0 1990 Pittsburg State 9-0-0 12-1-0 1991 Pittsburg State 8-0-1 13-1-1 1992 Pittsburg State 9-0-0 14-1-0 1993 Missouri Southern 9-0-0 9-1-1 1994 Pittsburg State 9-0-0 10-1-0 1995 Pittsburg State 9-0-0 12-1-1 1996 Pittsburg State 8-1 11-2 Northwest Missouri 9-0 12-1 1997 Northwest Missouri 9-0 12-1 1998 Northwest Missouri 9-0 15-0 1999 Northwest Missouri 9-0 14-1 2000 Northwest Missouri 9-0 11-1 2001 Pittsburg State 8-1 11-2 2002 Northwest Missouri 9-0 12-1 2003 Central Missouri 7-2 9-2 Emporia State 7-2 9-3 Missouri Western 7-2 8-3 Pittsburg State 7-2 9-3 Northwest Missouri 7-2 8-3 2004 Pittsburg State 9-0 14-1 2005 Washburn 7-1 9-3 2006 Northwest Missouri 9-0 14-1

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School Appearances Years Central Missouri 1 2002 Emporia State 1 2003 Fort Hays State 0* Mo. Southern St. 1 1993 Mo. Western St. 1 2006 Northwest Mo. St. 11 1984, 89, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006 Pittsburg St. 15 1989, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 99, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005 Southwest Baptist 0 Truman 4 1982, 90, 92, 94 Washburn 1 2005 *NOTE: Fort Hays State was in the 1993 and 1995 playoffs as a member of the Rocky Mountain Conference

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Intro

Career • 679, Trent Hearn, 2003-06 Season • 262, Dino DeLisa, 1983 Game • 42, Dino DeLisa vs. Emporia State, 1985 (166 yds.)

Players Coaches

Yards

Opponents Review MIAA

Trent Hearn (2003-06)

Records History

Yards Per Carry

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rushing record book

Career • 3,154, Trent Hearn, 2003-06 Season • 1,203, Trent Hearn, 2005 By a sr. • 947, Les Williams, 1988 By a jr. • 1,203, Trent Hearn, 2005 By a so. • 1,185, Dino DeLisa, 1983 By a fr. • 1,084, Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004 Game • 241, Kevin McCormick vs. Missouri Valley, 1971

Dino DeLisa (1983-85)

Career • 5.6, Willie Sapp, 1995-97 & Bill Baker, 1951-53 Season • 7.1, Allen Moore, 1991 Career Game Avg. • 90.1, Dino DeLisa, 1983-85 (31/2,794) Season Game Avg. • 118.5, Dino DeLisa, 1983 (10/1,185) 111.6, Trent Hearn, 2003 (10/1,116)

Touchdowns

Career • 48, Trent Hearn, 2003-06 Season • 20, Trent Hearn, 2005 By a sr. • 13, Kevin McCormick, 1971 By a jr. • 20, Trent Hearn, 2005 By a so. • 14, Dino DeLisa, 1983 By a fr. • 16, Tyler Schuerman, 2000; Trent Hearn, 2003 Game • 5, Art Fletcher vs. Benedictine, 1948

Brandon Rainer (1998-2001)

Touchdowns in a Season Trent Hearn, 2005 Tyler Schuerman, 2000 Trent Hearn, 2003 Dino DeLisa, 1983 Kevin McCormick, 1971 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004 Nick Cummings, 1994 Trent Hearn, 2006 Brandon Rainer, 2001

20 16 16 14 13 11 10 9 9

Season Leaders Season Leaders Trent Hearn, 2005 Dino DeLisa, 1983 Trent Hearn, 2003 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004 Art Fletcher, 1948 Les Williams, 1988 Phil Brooks, 1989 Dino DeLisa, 1985 Kevin McCormick, 1971 Willie Sapp, 1997 Greg Lane, 1990

Yards Att. Avg TD 1,203 224 5.4 20 1,185 262 4.5 14 1,116 235 4.8 16 1,084 215 5.0 11 979 180 5.4 947 206 4.6 5 936 188 5.0 6 888 215 4.1 7 862 172 5.0 13 819 146 5.6 8 758 178 4.3 3

Longest Run from Scrimmage Melvin Myricks, 1965 vs Nebraska-Kearney . . . . . . . . . 94 yards Most Rushing Touchdowns in a Game Art Fletcher, 1948, vs Benedictine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

200-Yard Rushing Games 1. 2. 3.

Name Opponent Date Yards (Att) Kevin McCormick Missouri Valley 9/11/71 241 (18) Dino DeLisa at Benedictine 9/17/83 216 (33) Kevin McCormick St. Mary’s 9/18/71 209 (31)

100-Yard Rushing Games 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Name Opponent Date Yards (Att) Ra’Shawn Mosley Southwest Baptist 9/30/06 193 (15) Phil Brooks Missouri Western 11/11/89 192 (33) Dino DeLisa Missouri Southern 11/12/83 186 (37) Les Williams Emporia State 11/12/88 183 (27) Phil Brooks Northwest Missouri 10/21/89 183 (21) Joe Schartz at Southwest Baptist 10/21/95 181 (31) Trent Hearn Truman 10/15/05 178 (27) Trent Hearn Missouri-Rolla 10/25/03 175 (29) Greg Lane at Missouri Western 11/10/90 174 (31)

Career Leaders Career Leaders Trent Hearn, 2003-06 (freshman) (sophomore) (junior) (senior) Dino DeLisa, 1983-85 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004-pr Brandon Rainer, 1998-2001 Les Williams, 1986-90 Leroy Harmon, 1945-49 Willie Sapp, 1995-97 Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 Art Fletcher, 1946-49 Bill Baker, 1951-53 Kevin McCormick, 1969-71 Brent Cripps, 1974-77 Nick Cummings, 1992-94

Yards Att. Avg TD 3,154 679 4.6 48 1,116 235 4.7 16 278 77 3.6 3 1,203 224 5.4 20 557 143 3.9 9 2,794 665 4.2 29 2,217 393 5.6 22 2,182 459 4.8 31 2,030 485 4.2 16 1,927 1,816 322 5.6 14 1,790 422 4.0 25 1,698 1,670 299 5.6 1,581 472 3.4 20 1,506 414 3.6 18 1,448 335 4.3 14

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Missouri Western 10/30/04 at Missouri Southern 11/6/04 Emporia State 10/5/85 at Southwest Baptist 11/2/91 Pittsburg State 10/1/05 at Missouri Valley 9/24/83 Pittsburg State 10/27/90 at Northwest Missouri 10/20/90 at Emporia State 10/9/82 Missouri Southern 11/15/03 Southwest Baptist 10/9/04 at Wayne State (Neb.) 10/13/84 Fort Hays State 9/13/03 Missouri Southern 9/28/85 at Pittsburg State 11/15/75 at Emporia State 9/20/03 at Emporia State 10/27/01 Missouri Southern 10/30/93 Emporia State 10/4/75 at Southwest Baptist 10/18/03 Wayne State (Neb.) 10/15/83 at Missouri Western 10/29/83 Central Missouri 10/11/01 Northwest Missouri 9/13/86 Missouri Southern 10/5/05 Langston 9/10/77 at Southwest Baptist 11/4/89 Pittsburg State 10/6/84 Southwest Baptist 11/12/94 Wayne State (Neb.) 10/19/85 Missouri Southern 10/5/05 Missouri Western 10/22/94 at Central Missouri 9/21/85 Truman 9/21/91 at Missouri-Rolla 10/7/00 Central Missouri 10/12/96 at Emporia State 10/12/91 Emporia State 10/5/96 at Wayne State (Neb.) 11/17/87 at Fort Hays State 10/30/76 Central Missouri 11/1/03 at Missouri Southern 11/4/06 Missouri Western 10/1/88 at Missouri Western 9/20/75 at Truman 11/4/00 at Fort Hays State 10/20/84 at Missouri Western 10/22/77 McPherson 9/9/95 Morningside 9/10/83 at Missouri-Rolla 10/19/96 Wayne State (Neb.) 9/25/71 at Missouri Western 11/16/91 Lincoln 10/7/89 Colorado Mines 8/28/04 at Northwest Missouri 10/8/05 at Missouri Western 11/2/85 Southwest Baptist 11/3/90 Missouri Southern 9/22/01 at Colorado Mines 8/27/05 at Langston 9/6/03 Southwest Baptist 9/30/06 Missouri Western 9/23/00 at Lincoln 9/9/00

170 (26) 168 (31) 166 (42) 164 (40) 162 (30) 162 (26) 161 (31) 154 (35) 154 (27) 153 (34) 143 (23) 139 (24) 137 (22) 135 (29) 135 (28) 133 (28) 132 (34) 132 (24) 131 (24) 131 (23) 131 (23) 131 (17) 130 (21) 129 (19) 129 (17) 129 (13) 125 (23) 125 (23) 123 (25) 123 (24) 122 (8) 122 (21) 121 (26) 120 (4) 120 (20) 119 (18) 118 (9) 117 (20) 116 (23) 116 (21) 115 (26) 114 (21) 114 (20) 114 (19) 113 (29) 112 (36) 112 (16) 110 (5) 110 (29) 110 (17) 109 (23) 109 (21) 108 (23) 108 (19) 107 (33) 107 (31) 107 (15) 106 (26) 106 (21) 106 (18) 105 (20) 105 (19) 105 (16)

73. Cory Heiniger 74. Dustin Hickel 75. Ra’Shawn Mosley 76. Joe Schartz 77. Dino DeLisa 78. Dino DeLisa 79. Brent Cripps 80. Tyler Schuerman 81. Ray Gerstenkorn 82. Les Williams 83. Gary Yager 84. Clarence Taylor 85. Brandon Rainer

Pittsburg State at Truman at Truman Missouri Western at Nebraska-Kearney Emporia State Missouri Valley Wisconsin-LaCrosse Missouri Southern Pittsburg State at William Jewell Pittsburg State Truman

11/3/73 10/12/02 9/18/04 10/22/94 11/5/83 10/1/83 9/11/76 9/2/00 11/2/74 10/29/88 9/14/74 10/2/76 10/6/01

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104 (24) 104 (22) 104 (17) 104 (17) 103 (30) 103 (24) 102 (21) 102 (20) 101 (20) 101 (19) 100 (23) 100 (21) 100 (13)

Players Coaches Opponents Review MIAA Records History

Two 100 yard rushers in same game 1. 2. 3.

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Rushing records

10. Ra’Shawn Mosley 11. Ra’Shawn Mosley 12. Dino DeLisa 13. Talmadge Graham 14. Trent Hearn 15. Dino DeLisa 16. Greg Lane 17. Greg Lane 18. Ron Davis 19. Trent Hearn 20. Ra’Shawn Mosley 21. Dino DeLisa 22. Trent Hearn 23. Dino DeLisa 24. Gary Yager 25. Trent Hearn 26. Dustin Hickel 27. Nick Cummings 28. Gary Yager 29. Trent Hearn 30. Dino DeLisa 31. Jim Bernard 32. Dustin Hickel 33. Lorenza Rayford 34. Chris Brown 35. Clarence Taylor 36. Phil Brooks 37. Dino DeLisa 38. Nick Cummings 39. Dino DeLisa 40. Trent Hearn 41. Nick Cummings 42. Dino DeLisa 43. Allen Moore 44. Reggie Jones 45. Joe Schartz 46. Allen Moore 47. Keith Coleman 48. Johnny Perkins 49. Clarence Taylor 50. Trent Hearn 51. Brandon Walker 52. Les Williams 53. Gary Yager 54. Tyler Schuerman 55. Dino DeLisa 56. Clarence Taylor 57. Willie Sapp 58. Dino DeLisa 59. Willie Sapp 60. Kevin McCormick 61. Talmadge Graham 62. Phil Brooks 63. Ra’Shawn Mosley 64. Trent Hearn 65. Dino DeLisa 66. Allen Moore 67. Tyler Schuerman 68. Trent Hearn 69. Trent Hearn 70. Brandon Walker 71. Brandon Rainer 72. Brandon Rainer

Name Combined Yards Ra’Shawn Mosley (193) and Brandon Walker (105) 298 vs Southwest Baptist (9/30/06) Chris Brown (129) and Trent Hearn (122) 251 vs Missouri Southern (10/29/05) Nick Cummings (122) and Joe Schartz (104) 226 vs Missouri Western (10/22/94)

Career 100 yard rushing games 1. 2. 3. 4.

Name Dino DeLisa Trent Hearn Ra’Shawn Mosley Phil Brooks Gary Yager Dustin Hickel Clarence Taylor

Number 15 12 6 4 4 4 4

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Intro

Attempts

Players

Career • 866, Mike Atkins, 1977-80 Season • 345, Mike Atkins, 1980 Game • 63, Mike Atkins vs. Wayne State, 1980

Coaches Opponents Review MIAA

Longest Pass from Scrimmage Barry Griffiths to Troy Slusser, 1988 vs ESU. . . . . . . . . 95 yards

Completions Tyler Schuerman (2000-04)

Records

Career Passing Yards

Career • 442, Mike Atkins, 1977-80 Season • 183, Mike Atkins, 1980 Game • 34, Mike Atkins vs. Wayne State, 1980

Yards

History

Career • 6,525, Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 Season • 2,775, Jordan Brill, 2005 By a sr. • 2,388, Barry Griffiths, 1988 By a jr. • 1,678, Mike Atkins, 1979 By a so. • 2,775, Jordan Brill, 2005 By a fr. • 1,936, Tyler Schuerman, 2000 Game • 418, Mike Atkins vs. Missouri Western, 1979

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passing records

Most Touchdown Passes in a Game Barry Griffiths, 1988, vs ESU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Joe Schartz (1993-96)

Completion Percentage

Career (min 500 att.) • .568 (292-514), Jordan Brill, 2003-pr .529 (440-831), Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 Season • .602, Mark Elliott, 1983 Game • .900, Jerry Raushelbach vs. Mo. Valley, 1980 (9-of-10)

Career Leaders Yards Cmp. Att. Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 6,525 440 831 2000 (freshman) 1,936 134 245 2001 (sophomore) 1,034 66 140 2002 (injured) 0 0 0 2003 (junior) 1,247 81 157 2004 (senior) 2,308 159 289 Joe Schartz, 1993-96 5,527 307 728 Mike Atkins, 1977-80 5,437 442 866 Jordan Brill, 2003-pr. 4,665 292 514 Dustin Hickel, 2001-04 4,044 279 606 Mike Grogan, 1974-77 3,761 292 596 Aaron Battle, 1994-98 3,479 244 481 Barry Galbraith,1995-99 2,684 181 319 Mark Elliott, 1980-83 2,604 182 418 Barry Griffiths, 1987-88 2,395 139 296

Touchdowns Mike Atkins (1977-80)

Career • 53, Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 Season • 28, Tyler Schuerman, 2004 Game • 6, Barry Griffiths vs. Emporia State, 1988

Interceptions

Career • 62, Mike Atkins, 1977-80 Season • 20, Mike McCartney, 1985; Mike Atkins, 1980

Passing Yards Per Completion Career • 18.0, Joe Schartz, 1993-96 Season • 18.6, Joe Schartz, 1995

Mike Grogan (1974-77)

Barry Griffiths (1987-88)

98

Career Touchdown Passes Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 Jordan Brill, 2003-pr Mike Grogan, 1974-77 Dustin Hickel, 2001-04 Joe Schartz, 1993-96 Mike Atkins, 1977-80 Barry Griffiths, 1987-88 Barry Galbraith, 1995-99 Kyle Kingston, 1986-87

Season Touchdown Passes Tyler Schuerman, 2004 Jordan Brill, 2005 Barry Griffiths, 1988 Dustin Hickel, 2002 Barry Galbraith, 1999 Mike Atkins, 1980 Kyle Kingston, 1987 Mike Atkins, 1980 Jordan Brill, 2006

53 40 32 32 31 31 23 19 15

28 24 23 21 16 13 12 11 11

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Pct. TD Int. .529 53 36 .547 10 13 .471 9 6 .000 0 0 .516 6 11 .550 28 6 .422 31 54 .510 31 62 .568 40 21 .460 32 36 .490 32 40 .507 14 15 .567 19 9 .435 13 26 .470 23 13


Season Passing Yards

Career Attempts

Season Leaders Jordan Brill, 2005 Barry Griffiths, 1988 Tyler Schuerman, 2004 Barry Galbraith, 1999 Aaron Battle, 1998 Dustin Hickel, 2002 Mike Atkins, 1980 Tyler Schuerman, 2000 Mike Atkins, 1979 Kyle Kingston, 1987

Name Attempts Completions 1. Mike Atkins, 1977-80 866 442 2. Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 831 440 3. Joe Schartz, 1993-96 728 307 4. Dustin Hickel, 2001-04 606 279 5. Mike Grogan, 1974-77 596 292 6. Jordan Brill, 2003-pr. 514 292 7. Aaron Battle, 1994-98 481 244 8. Mark Elliott, 1980-83 418 182 9. Dean Ferrell, 1965-68 332 148 10. Barry Galbraith,1995-99 319 181

Yards Cmp. Att. 2,775 168 297 2,338 135 275 2,308 159 289 2,269 151 262 2,131 266 149 2,160 142 308 2,106 183 345 1,936 134 245 1,678 130 248 1,629 97 191

Pct. TD Int. .566 24 13 .479 23 11 .550 28 6 .576 16 7 .560 10 7 .461 21 12 .530 13 20 .547 10 13 .524 11 15 .507 12 15

Career Completions

Players

Yards 5,437 6,525 5,527 4,044 3,761 4,665 3,479 2,604 1,525 2,684

Coaches Opponents Review MIAA Records History

Career Completion Percentage Name 1. Jordan Brill, 2003-pr. 2. Barry Galbraith,1995-99 3. Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 4. Mike Atkins, 1977-80 5. Aaron Battle, 1994-98 6. Mike Grogan, 1974-77 7. Barry Griffiths, 1987-88 8. Dustin Hickel, 2001-04 9. Mark Elliott, 1980-83 10. Joe Schartz, 1993-96

Pct. Comp Att. .568 292 514 .567 181 319 .529 440 831 .510 442 866 .507 244 481 .490 292 596 .470 139 296 .460 279 606 .435 182 418 .422 307 728

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Name Completions Attempts Yards 1. Mike Atkins, 1977-80 442 866 5,437 2. Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 440 831 6,525 3. Joe Schartz, 1993-96 307 728 5,527 4. Jordan Brill, 2003-pr. 292 514 4,665 Mike Grogan, 1974-77 292 596 3,761 5. Dustin Hickel, 2001-04 279 606 4,044 6. Aaron Battle, 1994-98 244 481 3,479 8. Mark Elliott, 1980-83 182 418 2,604 9. Barry Galbraith,1995-99 181 319 2,684 10. Barry Griffiths, 1987-88 139 296 2,395

Intro

Yards 4,665 2,684 6,525 5,437 3,479 3,761 2,395 4,044 2,604 5,527

400-Yard Passing Games 1. 2. 3.

Name Opponent Date Yards (Cmp) Mike Atkins at Missouri Western 10/27/79 418 (34) Barry Griffiths Emporia State 11/12/88 416 (14) Tyler Schuerman vs Northern State 12/4/04 400 (23)

300-Yard Passing Games Name Opponent Date Yards (Cmp) 1. Barry Griffiths at Central Missouri 9/17/88 396 2. Mark Elliott at Missouri Western 10/29/83 352 (23) 3. Aaron Battle at Missouri Southern 10/24/98 351 (19) 4. Jordan Brill at Colorado Mines 8/27/05 348 (14) 5. Barry Galbraith Truman 11/6/99 342 (15) 6. Kyle Kingston Central Missouri 9/19/87 332 (14) 7. Jordan Brill at Western Washington 9/9/06 330 (15) 8. Jeremy Smith Missouri-Rolla 9/18/93 329 (23) 9. Jordan Brill at Central Washington 9/17/05 328 (21) 10. Barry Griffiths Wayne State (Neb.) 10/15/88 327 (17) 11. Dustin Hickel Missouri Western 10/26/02 319 (20) 12. Jordan Brill Colorado Mines 9/2/06 309 (18) 13. Tyler Schuerman Missouri Southern 9/22/01 306 (14) 14. Tyler Schuerman Southwest Baptist 10/14/00 306 (14)

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Pass Receptions

Intro Players Coaches Opponents Review MIAA

Sam Sissom (2002-06)

Records History

receiving records

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Michael Dritlein (1992-95)

Career • 191, Sam Sissom, 2002-06 Season • 84, Ron Hamilton, 1980 By a sr. • 84, Ron Hamilton, 1980 By a jr. • 65, Sam Sissom, 2004 By a so. • 51, Michael Dritlein, 1993 By a fr. • 41, Sam Sissom, 2002 Game • 13, Ron Hamilton vs. Wayne State, 1980

Receiving Yards

Career • 3,288, Sam Sissom, 2002-06 Season • 1,394, Troy Slusser, 1988 By a sr. • 1,394, Troy Slusser, 1988 By a jr. • 1,136, Marc Nardella, 1998 By a so. • 742, Michael Dritlein, 1993 By a fr. • 719, Sam Sissom, 2002 Game • 252, Troy Slusser vs. Emporia State, 1988 Season Game • 126.7, Troy Slusser, 1988 (11/1,394) Career Game • 95.9, Ron Hamilton, 1979-80 (20/1,919)

Receiving Touchdowns Career • 40, Sam Sissom, 2002-06 Season • 20, Troy Slusser, 1988 By a sr. • 20, Troy Slusser, 1988 By a jr. • 15, Sam Sissom, 2004 By a so. • 6, Sam Sissom, 2003 By a fr. • 12, Sam Sissom, 2002

Average Per Reception Troy Slusser (1985-88)

Mike Odupitan (2002-05)

Ron Hamilton (1979-80)

100

Career • 25.0, Alan Dressman, 1969-71 Season • 29.1, Alan Dressman, 1970

No 191 41 39 65 7 39 170 150 134 119 113 111 107 98 78 69

Career Leaders (by yardage) Sam Sissom, 2002-06 (freshman) (sophomore) (junior) (senior-medical redshirt) (senior) Michael Dritlein, 1992-95 Mike Odupitan, 2002-05 Troy Slusser, 1985-88 Marc Nardella, 1996-99 Ron Hamilton, 1979-80 Colon McNeal, 1998-2001 Cason Lehman, 2001-05 Mike Keeley, 1975-78 Al Dressman, 1969-71

Yards 3,288 719 555 1,109 231 674 3,103 2,524 2,428 2,080 1,919 1,808 1,736 1,592 1,228

Season Reception Yards Season Leaders Troy Slusser, 1988 Marc Nardella, 1998 Ron Hamilton, 1980 Michael Dritlein, 1995 Sam Sissom, 2004 Marc Nardella, 1999 Mike Odupitan, 2005 Colon McNeal, 2000 Mike Odupitan, 2004 Michael Dritlein, 1994

Yards 1,512 1,134 1,128 1,112 1,109 933 857 829 816 816

Yards TD Avg 3,288 40 17.2 719 12 17.5 555 6 14.2 1,109 15 17.1 231 3 33.0 674 4 17.3 3,103 18 18.3 2,542 28 16.9 1,919 11 14.3 2,080 15 17.4 1,808 13 16.0 1,736 7 15.7 2,428 35 22.7 1,592 9 16.2 1,070 1 13.7 873 10 12.7

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

No 84 68 65 64 56 54 51 51 50

No TD Avg. 68 20 20.2 64 6 17.8 84 5 13.4 48 8 23.2 65 15 17.1 54 9 17.3 47 8 16.9 51 4 16.3 56 10 14.6 39 3 20.9

Name Opponent Date Yards (Rec) Troy Slusser Emporia State 11/12/88 252 (8) Sam Sissom at Colorado Mines 8/27/05 231 (7) Marc Nardella at Missouri Southern 10/24/98 221 (10) Marc Nardella Missouri Western 10/17/98 217 (11) Sam Sissom at Western Washington 9/9/06 214 (7) Sam Sissom vs Northern State 12/4/04 216 (11) Michael Dritlein Truman 9/23/95 201 (7)

Season Reception Leaders Season Leaders Ron Hamilton, 1980 Troy Slusser, 1988 Sam Sissom, 2004 Marc Nardella, 1998 Mike Odupitan, 2004 Marc Nardella, 1999 Michael Dritlein, 1993 Colon McNeal, 2000 Ron Hamilton, 1979

No TD Avg. 191 40 17.2 41 12 17.5 39 6 14.2 65 15 17.1 7 3 33.0 39 4 17.3 170 18 18.3 150 28 16.9 107 35 22.7 119 15 17.4 134 11 14.3 113 13 16.0 111 7 15.6 98 9 16.2 49 8 25.1

200-Yard Receiving Games

Career Reception Leaders Career Leaders (by receptions) Sam Sissom, 2002-06 (freshman) (sophomore) (junior) (senior-medical redshirt) (senior) Michael Dritlein, 1992-95 Mike Odupitan, 2002-05 Ron Hamilton, 1979-80 Marc Nardella, 1996-99 Colon McNeal, 1998-2001 Cason Lehman, 2001-05 Troy Slusser, 1985-88 Mike Keeley, 1975-78 Chris Whittle, 1998-2001 Rick Benke, 1974-75

Career Reception Yards

Yards TD Avg. 1,128 5 13.4 1,512 20 22.2 1,109 15 17.1 1,136 6 17.8 816 10 14.6 933 9 17.2 742 4 14.6 829 4 16.3 791 6 15.8

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at Pittsburg State 11/7/92 139 (10) at Missouri Southern 11/6/04 138 (5) Central Missouri 11/1/03 136 (4) at East Central 11/6/76 135 (9) at Northeastern State 9/24/88 133 (9) at Northwest Missouri 11/4/95 132 (4) Missouri Western 11/1/86 132 (3) at Southern Illinois 9/11/93 132 (10) at Fort Hays State 10/26/74 130 (4) Colorado Mines 9/2/06 128 (6) Missouri Southern 9/22/01 123 (6) Emporia State 10/1/83 122 (4) at Truman 9/18/04 121 (8) vs Northern State 12/4/04 119 (8) Western Washington 9/3/05 119 (6) Missouri Western 10/26/02 119 (5) Fort Hays State 11/7/87 115 (6) Central Missouri 9/30/99 114 (6) at Nebraska-Kearney 10/8/88 114 (6) at Southwest Baptist 10/21/95 114 (4) Colorado Mines 8/28/04 113 (3) Emporia State 11/2/02 113 (3) at Missouri Western 10/29/83 113 (10) Missouri Western 11/6/82 112 (7) Missouri Southern 9/18/99 111 (9) Central Missouri 9/10/05 111 (5) at Pittsburg State 10/1/94 111 (5) Southwest Baptist 10/26/96 111 (4) Truman 10/6/01 110 (9) Pittsburg State 10/2/93 110 (7) at Missouri-Rolla 10/7/00 109 (6) at Central Missouri 10/7/95 108 (6) at Fort Hays State 11/5/88 108 (5) Emporia State 11/12/88 106 (4) at Northwest Missouri 10/8/05 105 (6) at Morningside 9/14/85 104 (6) Wayne State (Neb.) 10/15/88 104 (4) at Missouri Southern 10/22/88 103 (6) at Missouri Western 9/20/75 103 (5) Southwest Baptist 10/9/04 102 (7) Northwest Missouri 10/5/02 101 (3) at Pittsburg State 10/12/85 100 (8) at Missouri Southern 10/29/94 100 (5)

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receiving records

Name Opponent Date Yards (Rec) 1. Michael Dritlein Misouri-Rolla 9/18/93 183 (11) 2. Sam Sissom at Missouri Southern 9/28/02 179 (5) 3. Troy Slusser at Central Missouri 9/17/88 176 (5) 4. Michael Dritlein at Central Missouri 9/25/93 174 (11) 5. Troy Slusser Pittsburg State 10/29/88 172 (7) 6. Marc Nardella at Emporai State 11/13/99 165 (8) 7. Marc Nardella Truman 11/6/99 163 (4) 8. Michael Dritlein Missouri-Rolla 10/14/95 162 (7) 9. Michael Dritlein at Truman 10/15/94 160 (8) 10. Troy Slusser at Emporia State 11/14/87 160 (7) 11. Troy Slusser Wayne State (Neb.) 10/15/88 155 (8) 12. Sam Sissom Emporia State 9/11/04 153 (4) 13. Marc Nardella Southwest Baptist 9/19/98 152 (8) 14. Troy Slusser Northwest Missouri 9/10/88 152 (7) 15. Steve Hardesty at Missouri Western 10/29/83 152 (7) 16. Colon McNeal Missouri Western 9/23/00 149 (7) 17. Colon McNeal Southwest Baptist 10/14/00 149 (6) 18. Michael Dritlein Missouri Southern 11/11/95 145 (8) 19. Michael Dritlein at Illinois State 9/10/94 145 (4) 20. Troy Slusser Central Missouri 9/19/87 144 (3) 21. Sam Sissom at Southwest Baptist 10/18/03 141 (6) 22. Marc Nardella at Truman 10/10/98 140 (8)

23. Michael Dritlein 24. Mike Odupitan 25. DaWight Benning 26. Mike Keeley 27. Troy Slusser 28. Michael Dritlein 29. Troy Slusser 30. Anthony Simpson 31. Rick Benke 32. Aaron Gardiner 33. Colon McNeal 34. Steve Hardesty 35. Mike Odupitan 36. Mike Odupitan 37. Mike Odupitan 38. Mike Odupitan 39. Troy Slusser 40. Cody Snyder 41. Troy Slusser 42. Michael Dritlein 43. Sam Sissom 44. Mike Odupitan 45. Dino DeLisa 46. Steve Hardesty 47. Marc Nardella 48. Mike Odupitan 49. Michael Dritlein 50. Andy Rucker 51. Colon McNeal 52. Michael Dritlein 53. Colon McNeal 54. Michael Dritlein 55. Troy Slusser 56. Dwayne Haley 57. Mike Odupitan 58. James Walker 59. Dwayne Haley 60. Troy Slusser 61. Rick Benke 62. Mike Odupitan 63. Sam Sissom 64. Steve Tacca 65. Michael Dritlein

Two 100 yard receivers in same game 1. 2. 3. 4.

Name Combined Yards Troy Slusser (252) and Dwayne Haley (106) 358 vs Emporia State (11/12/88) Sam Sissom (216) and Mike Odupitan (119) 335 vs Northern State (12/4/04) Steve Hardesy (152) and Dino DeLisa (113) 265 at Missouri Western (10/29/83) Troy Slusser (155) and Dwayne Haley (104) 259 vs Wayne State (10/15/88)

Career 100 yard receiving games Sam Sissom

Name 1. Michael Dritlein 2. Troy Slusser 3. Mike Odupitan 4. Sam Sissom

Number 14 13 9 8

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Total Offensive Plays

Intro Players

Career • 1,273, Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 Season • 469, Barry Galbraith, 1999 Game • 69, Mike Atkins vs Wayne State, 1980

Coaches Opponents Review MIAA

Total Offensive Yards Tyler Schuerman (2000-04)

Records History Washburn

Total offense records

Career Leaders

Joe Schartz (1993-96)

Dustin Hickel (2001-04)

Career • 8,315, Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 (6,525 passing, 1,790 rushing) Season • 2,691, Tyler Schuerman, 2004 (2,308 passing, 383 rushing) By a sr. • 2,691, Tyler Schuerman, 2004 By a jr. • 1,891, Joe Schartz, 1995 By a so. • 2,630, Jordan Brill, 2005 By a fr. • 2,644, Tyler Schuerman, 2000 Game • 446, Tyler Schuerman vs Northern State, 12/4/04 (400 passing, 46 rushing)

Total Offensive Touchdowns Career • 78, Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 Season • 30, Tyler Schuerman, 2004 Game • 6, Barry Griffiths vs. Emporia State, 1988

Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 (freshman, 2000) (sophomore, 2001) (redshirt sophomore, 2002) (junior, 2003) (senior, 2004) Joe Schartz, 1993-96 Dustin Hickel, 2001-04 Mike Atkins, 1977-80 Jordan Brill, 2003-pr Aaron Battle, 1994-98 LeRoy Harmon, 1945-49 Mike Grogan, 1974-77 Trent Hearn, 2003-06 Barry Galbraith, 1995-99 Dino DeLisa, 1983-85 Kyle Kingston, 1986-87 Barry Griffiths, 1987-88 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004-pr Brandon Rainer, 1998-2001 Les Williams, 1986-90

Season Leaders Tyler Schuerman, 2004 Tyler Schuerman, 2000 Jordan Brill, 2005 Dustin Hickel, 2002 Barry Galbraith, 1999 Barry Griffiths, 1988 Aaron Battle, 1998 Mike Atkins, 1980 Joe Schartz, 1995 Kyle Kingston, 1987

Mike Atkins (1977-80)

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Yards 8,315 2,644 1,511 3 1,466 2,691 6,622 5,242 5,063 4,453 4,173 3,924 3,861 3,154 3,040 2,794 2,671 2,352 2,217 2,182 2,030

Rush 1,790 708 477 3 219 383 1,095 1,098 -284 4,665 694 1,927 100 3,154 356 2,794 290 -43 2,217 2,182 2,030

Pass 6,525 1,936 1,034 0 1,247 2,308 5,527 4,144 5,437 -212 3,479 1,997 3,761 0 2,684 0 2,381 2,395 0 0 0

Yards 2,691 2,644 2,630 2,571 2,540 2,296 2,258 1,905 1,891 1,794

Rush 383 708 -145 411 271 -42 127 -201 439 165

Pass 2,308 1,936 2,775 2,160 2,269 2,338 2,131 2,106 1,452 1,629


All Purpose Yards

Career • 5,048, Troy Slusser, 1985-1988 Season • 2,012, Troy Slusser, 1988 By a sr. • 2,012, Troy Slusser, 1988 By a jr. • 1,544, Troy Slusser, 1987 By a so. • 1,452, Dino DeLisa, 1983 By a fr. • 818, Michael Dritlein, 1992 Game • 252, Troy Slusser vs Emporia State, 1988

All Purpose Yards Average Per Game Career • 117.4, Troy Slusser, 1985-1988 Season • 182.9, Troy Slusser, 1988 (2,012 yards in 11 games)

Career Leaders by Yards Troy Slusser, 1985-88 Mike Odupitan, 2002-05 Sam Sissom, 2002-06 Michael Dritlein, 1992-95 Colon McNeal, 1998-2001 Trent Hearn, 2003-06 Dino DeLisa, 1983-86 Willie Sapp, 1995-97 Dash Wandix, 1986-89 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004-pr Brandon Rainer, 1998-01 Marc Nardella, 1996-1999

Yards 5,043 4,130 4,118 3,823 3,441 3,306 3,114 2,496 2,419 2,392 2,298 2,079

Career Leaders Per Game Average Career Leaders by Yards Per Game Yards Troy Slusser, 1985-88 5,043 Michael Dritlein, 1992-95 3,823 Mike Odupitan, 2002-05 4,130 Sam Sissom, 2002-06 4,118 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004-pr 2,392 Trent Hearn, 2003-06 3,306 Willie Sapp, 1995-97 2,496 Marc Nardella, 1996-99 2,079 Colon McNeal, 1998-2001 3,441

YPG 117.4 103.3 96.0 89.5 85.4 84.8 83.2 83.2 80.0

Season Leaders by Yards Troy Slusser, 1988 Troy Slusser, 1987 Dino DeLisa, 1983 Sam Sissom, 2004 Michael Dritlein, 1995 Ron Hamilton, 1980 Trent Hearn, 2005 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004 Mike Odupitan, 2005 Trent Hearn, 2005

Yards 2,012 1,544 1,452 1,419 1,403 1,253 1,237 1,202 1,189 1,176

Players Coaches Opponents Review Troy Slusser (1985-88)

YPG 182.9 145.2 140.4 140.3 125.3 118.2 116.0 113.6 107.9 104.6 103.8 103.1 100.2 99.1 98.2 97.6 94.0

Washburn

Mike Odupitan (2002-05)

Sam Sissom (2002-06)

Michael Dritlein (1992-95)

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Records History

Season Leaders Per Game Average Season Leaders by Yards Per Game Yards Troy Slusser, 1988 2,012 Dino DeLisa, 1983 1,452 Troy Slusser, 1987 1,544 Michael Dritlein, 1995 1,403 Ron Hamilton, 1980 1,253 Sam Sissom, 2004 1,419 Mike Odupitan, 2003 1,160 Trent Hearn, 2003 1,136 Mike Odupitan, 2004 1,295 Dino DeLisa, 1985 941 Marc Nardella, 1998 1,136 Trent Hearn, 2005 1,237 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004 1,202 Mike Odupitan, 2005 1,189 Colon McNeal, 2001 1,080 Andy Rucker, 1997 1,074 Phil Brooks, 1989 940

MIAA

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All purpose records

Career Leaders by Yards

Intro

Season Leaders by Yards


Intro

Kickoff Returns

Players Coaches

Career • 1,388, Mike Odupitan, 2002-05 Season • 648, Joe Clark, 1990

Review Records

Mike Odupitan (2002-05)

History Washburn

kickoff return records

Career Leaders (min. 15) Avg Fletcher Terrell, 2003-06 27.3 Clarence Taylor, 1974-77 24.8 Corey Crain, 1999-2002 24.6 Patrick Hayes, 1999-2002 23.3 Chris Huelsman, 2001-03 23.2 Ron Beal, 1978-79 23.1 Troy Slusser, 1985-88 21.8 Joe Clark, 1990 21.6 Mike Odupitan, 2002-05 21.1

Kickoff Return Yardage

Opponents MIAA

Career Kickoff Return Average

Career • 66, Mike Odupitan, 2002-05 Season • 30, Joe Clark, 1990

Kickoff Return Average

Career • 27.3, Fletcher Terrell , 2003-06 (31-847) 24.8, Clarence Taylor, 1974-77 (47-1,184) Season • 43.8, Gene McBride, 1970 (8-350) 28.8, Clarence Taylor, 1976 (18-519)

Career • 2, Fletcher Terrell, 2003-06 Season • 2, Fletcher Terrell, 2005

Longest Kickoff Return for a Touchdown

100 yards by Fletcher Terrell vs CMSU, 2005 98 yards by Ed Vacek vs CMSU, 1985 97 yards by Bill Baker vs Benedictine, 1951 97 yards by Corey Crain vs MSSU, 1999 89 yards by Mike Odupitan vs MSSU, 2003

Season Leaders (min. 8) Avg. Gene McBride, 1970 43.8 Corey Crain, 1999 32.5 Fletcher Terrell, 2005 30.8 Clarence Taylor, 1976 28.8 Mike Odupitan, 2003 28.0 Clarence Taylor, 1977 27.6 Ron Beal, 1979 27.4 Fletcher Terrell, 2006 25.7 Patrick Hayes, 2000 24.8 Colon McNeal, 2001 24.8 Dwayne Haley, 1988 24.6 Troy Slusser, 1987 24.4 Patrick Hayes, 2001 23.4 Troy Slusser, 1985 23.3 Dashiell Wandix, 1987 23.2 Chris Huelsman, 2002 22.9

Clarence Taylor (1975-77)

Fletcher Terrell 104

Yards TD 847 2 1,184 0 663 1 1,189 0 484 0 432 0 1,101 0 648 0 1,388 1

Season Kickoff Return Average

Kickoff Returns for Touchdown

Fletcher Terrell (2003-06)

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Yards TD 350 0 325 1 400 2 519 0 588 1 414 0 301 0 385 0 545 0 323 0 304 0 414 0 562 0 303 0 302 0 435 0


Punt Returns

Career • 121, Troy Slusser, 1985-88 Season • 45, Troy Slusser, 1987

Punt Return Yards

Career • 1,152, Troy Slusser, 1985-88 Season • 416, Troy Slusser, 1987

Intro

Career Leaders (min. 15) Avg. Jarod Tetuan, 2003-pr 13.2 Clarence Taylor, 1974-77 10.9 Colon McNeal, 1998-2001 10.7 Ron Beal, 1978-79 10.4 Sam Sissom, 2002-06 10.3

Players

Ret. 22 75 49 29 79

Yards TD 291 0 820 1 524 0 302 0 813 1

Season Punt Return Average

Punt Return Average

Career Punt Return Average

Career • 12.9, Mayo Schmidt, 1978 Season • 15.3, Colon McNeal, 1998

Punt Returns for a Touchdown

Career • 1, Troy Slusser, 1985-88; Andy Rucker, 1995-97; Clarence Taylor, 1974-77; Brooks Myers, 2002-03; Sam Sissom, 2002-pr.; Jake Lebahn, 2003-pr; Tramaine Young, 2003-04 Season • 1, Troy Slusser, 1986; Andy Rucker, 1995 and Clarence Taylor, 1975; Brooks Myers, (blkd punt return), 2001; Sam Sissom 2004; Jake Lebahn, (blkd punt return), 2005; Tramaine Young, 2004

Ret. 8 13 15 23 14 15 10 28 38 7 23 13 32 45

Yards TD 161 0 199 0 209 1 310 1 181 0 185 0 110 0 327 0 414 0 75 0 237 0 125 0 296 0 416 0

Opponents Review

Clarence Taylor (1975-77)

MIAA Records History Washburn

Andy Rucker (1995-97)

Longest Punt Return for a Touchdown 90 yards by Clarence Taylor vs. Emporia State, 1975

Patrick Hayes (1999-2002)

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Season Leaders (min.7) Avg. Jarod Tetuan, 2004 20.1 Colon McNeal, 1998 15.3 Clarence Taylor, 1975 13.9 Sam Sissom, 2004 13.5 Mayo Schmidt, 1978 12.9 Ron Beal, 1978 12.3 Jarod Tetuan, 2005 11.0 Clarence Taylor, 1977 11.7 Troy Slusser, 1988 10.8 Anthony Bryan, 1985 10.7 Patrick Hayes, 2000 10.3 Ron Hamilton, 1980 9.6 Sam Sissom, 2003 9.3 Troy Slusser, 1987 9.2

Coaches


Points Scored

Intro

Players Coaches

MIAA

Trent Hearn (2003-06)

Records

Washburn

Sam Sissom (2002-06)

Points TD

Troy Slusser, 1988 Trent Hearn, 2005 Sam Sissom, 2004 Tyler Schuerman, 2000 Trent Hearn, 2003 Dino DeLisa, 1983 Nick Kresic, 1986 Kevin McCormick, 1971 Sam Sissom, 2002 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004 Mike Odupitan, 2004 Connor Sabel, 2005 Chad Todd, 2000 Trent Hearn, 2006 Nick Cummings, 1994 Connor Sabel, 2004

Career • 49 (48 rush, 1 rec), Trent Hearn, 2003-06 Season • 21, Troy Slusser, 1988 Game • 5, Art Fletcher vs. Benedictine, 1948

Extra Points Scored

History

scoring records

Season Leaders

Touchdowns Scored

Opponents Review

Season Scoring Leaders

Career • 296, Trent Hearn, 2003-06 Season • 128, Troy Slusser, 1988 Game • 30, Art Fletcher vs. Benedictine, 1948

Career Made • 157, Connor Sabel, 2003-06 Career Attempts • 166, Connor Sabel, 2003-06 Season • 59, Connor Sabel, 2005 (59-59) Game • 10, Mike Cassin vs. St. Mary’s of the Plains, 1978 Consecutive • 82, Connor Sabel, 8/27/05 to 10/14/06

Field Goals

128 120 98 96 96 84 79 78 74 66 66 65 63 62 60 57

Career Made • 36, Chad Todd, 1997-2000 Career Attempts • 46, Chad Todd, 1997-2000 Season Made • 17, Nick Kresic, 1986 Season Attempts • 23, Nick Kresic, 1986 Game • 4, Mike Cassin vs. Missouri Valley, 1978; Dan Brown vs. Emporia State, 1992; Chad Todd vs. Wisconsin-LaCrosse, 2000

Kick Scoring Troy Slusser (1985-88)

Career • 210, Chad Todd, 1997-2000 Season • 79, Nick Kresic, 1986

Career Scoring Leaders Career Leaders

Chad Todd (1997-2000)

Trent Hearn, 2003-06 Sam Sissom, 2002-06 Troy Slusser, 1985-88 Chad Todd 1997-2000 Connor Sabel, 2003-06 Brandon Rainer, 1998-2001 Mike Odupitan, 2002-05 Dino DeLisa, 1983-85 Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 Nick Kresic, 1983-86 Joe Schartz, 1993-96 Dan Brown, 1992-95 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004-pr. Kevin McCormick, 1969-71 Willie Sapp, 1995-97 Michael Dritlein, 1992-95 Brent Cripps, 1975-77

Points TD 296 250 226 210 196 186 180 174 150 141 138 137 132 126 116 108 108

49 41 37 0 0 31 30 29 25 0 23 0 22 21 19 18 18

PAT

FG

0 2 2 102 157 0 0 0 0 78 0 74 0 0 1 0 0

0 0 0 36 13 0 0 0 0 34 0 21 0 0 0 0 0

Connor Sabel (2003-06)

Trent Hearn 106

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PAT

FG

1 0 1 0 0 0 28 0 1 0 0 59 42 1 0 45

0 0 0 0 0 0 17 0 0 0 0 2 7 0 0 4


Punts Attempted

Career • 239, Tim Beasley, 1984-87 Season • 78, Jeff Hill, 1969 By a sr. • 78, Jeff Hill, 1969 By a jr. • 62, Alan Kaniper, 1990 By a so. • 70, Tim Beasley, 1985 By a fr. • 77, Randy Davey, 1982 Game • 11, Brian Fuemmeler vs. MSSU, 1995

Punting Yardage

Career • 9,983, Tim Beasley, 1984-87 Season • 3,044, Jeff Hill, 1969 By a sr. • 3,044, Jeff Hill, 1969 By a jr. • 2,488, Alan Kaniper, 1990 By a so. • 2,608, Tim Beasley, 1985 By a fr. • 2,982, Randy Davey, 1982

Career • 40.9, Kevin Cummings, 1979-80 Season • 42.5, Eric Roth, 2002 By a sr. • 42.5, Eric Roth, 2002 By a jr. • 40.9, Curtis Massey, 2004 By a so. • 39.3, Brent Cripps, 1975 By a fr. • 39.8, Brent Cripps, 1974 Game • 49.8 (6 punts min), Brent Cripps vs. MWSU 1974

Longest Punt

Randy Davey, vs MWSU, 1982 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 yards

Career Leaders Avg. Brent Cripps, 1974-77 Kevin Cummings, 1979-80 Curtis Massey, 2004-05 Alan Kaniper, 1988-91 Eric Roth, 1999-2002 Jon Bakalar, 1970-71 Jeff Hill, 1966-69 Tim Beasley, 1984-87 Pete Roscetti, 1963 Dave Bowan, 1972 Brian Fuemmeler, 1994-97

40.02 39.986 39.67 38.4 38.2 37.8 37.6 37.7 37.3 36.7 36.4

Punts 196 72 102 231 204 123 191 239 32 50 206

Season Punting Leaders Season Leaders Avg. Eric Roth, 2002 Brent Cripps, 1977 Curtis Massey, 2004 Alan Kaniper, 1990 Brian Fuemmeler, 1997 Kevin Cummings, 1980 Brent Cripps, 1974 Alan Kaniper, 1991 Brent Cripps, 1975 Jon Bakalar, 1971 Brent Cripps, 1976 Eric Roth, 2001 Tim Beasley, 1986 Randy Davey, 1982

42.5 42.0 40.9 40.1 39.9 39.8 39.8 39.3 39.3 39.0 39.0 38.8 38.8 38.7

Punts 53 46 59 62 58 66 56 65 40 62 54 44 48 77

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Yards 7,844 2,879 4,046 8,933 7,800 4,645 7,229 8,983 1,811 1,835 7,504

Players Coaches Opponents Review

Eric Roth (1999-2002)

MIAA Records History

Yards 2,252 1,934 2,416 2,488 2,312 2,627 2,231 2,555 1,573 2,417 2,106 1,706 1,862 2,982

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Brent Cripps (1974-77)

Randy Davey (1982-83)

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Punting Average

Career Punting Leaders


Total Tackles

Intro

Players Coaches

Solo Tackles

Opponents Review MIAA

Grant Gould (2002-05)

Records

Career • 205, Grant Gould, 2002-05 Season • 74, Tony Scollieri, 1997

Assisted Tackles

Career • 254, Grant Gould, 2002-05 Season • 73, Grant Gould, 2004

Quarterback Sacks

History

Career • 28.5, Jim Butler, 1985-87 Season • 12, Dan Remboldt, 1984; Jim Butler, 1987 Game • 4, Jim Butler vs. Wayne State, 1985 Jim Butler vs. Wayne State, 1987

Washburn

defensive records

Career • 459, Grant Gould, 2002-05 Season • 152, Bill Guidetti, 1984

Tackles for Loss Tony Scollieri (1994-97)

Career • 38, Grant Gould, 2002-05 Season • 18, Corey Phipps, 1999

Interceptions

Career • 22, Fletcher Terrell, 2003-06 Season • 8, Bruce Canady, 1983; Fletcher Terrell, 2005 Game • 5, Larry Miffleton Return yards season • 190, Fletcher Terrell, 2003 Return yards career • 446, Fletcher Terrell, 2003-06 TD returns season • 2, Fletcher Terrell, 2005 TD returns career • 3, Fletcher Terrell, 2003-06

Joe Corcoran (2000-04)

Longest Interception Returned for Touchdown

Meryl Garvey, 91 yards, 1948 vs Peru State

Most Blocked Kicks

Career • 5, Zuri Stokes, 1993-96 Season • 5, Zuri Stokes, 1996 Team Record • 7, 1996

Fumbles Recovered

Career • 9, Steve Mullins, 1976-79, John Tatum, 1976-79, and Danny Holmes, 1981-84 Season • 6, Mike Lake, 1968

Passes Defended

Career • 70, Fletcher Terrell, 2003-06 *NCAA Record Season • 20, Fletcher Terrell, 2004 ^Career tackle charts are incomplete before 1984

Career Tackles Career Leaders Tackles Grant Gould, 2002-05 459 Tony Scollieri, 1994-97 349 Joe Corcoran, 2000-04 324 Matt Cahill, 1979-82 323 Jeremy Potts, 1998-2001 258 Corey Phipps, 1997-2000 242 Josh Looney, 2002-05 227 Todd McGhghy, 1990-91 226 Nolan Jeffery, 1993-95 225 Fletcher Terrell, 2003-06 206 Wade Dennis, 1986-88 191 Morgan Dewey, 2002-03 185

Season Tackles

Season Leaders Tackles

Solos Assists 205 254 196 153 150 174 • • 143 115 125 117 94 133 138 88 141 84 136 70 98 93 71 114

Solos Assists

Bill Guidetti, 1984 152 • Todd McGhghy, 1991 129 71 Grant Gould, 2005 128 58 Grant Gould, 2004 127 54 Joe Corcoran, 2002 124 57 Tony Scollieri, 1997 124 74 Tony Scollieri, 1996 116 61 Corey Phipps, 1999 112 57 Grant Gould, 2003 111 45 Wade Dennis, 1988 111 62 Charlie Bennett, 1987 108 67 Mike Gonzalez, 2005 105 48 Zach Watkins, 2006 100 44 Dave Noot, 1992 97 40 Todd McGhghy, 1990 97 67 Grant Gould, 2002 93 48 ^Career tackle charts are incomplete before 1984

Single Game Tackles

since 1997 season

Grant Gould 108

19, Joe Corcoran, vs NWMSU, 10/5/02 (10 solo/9 assist) 18, Joe Corcoran, vs TSU, 10/6/01 (7/11) 18, Mike Gonzalez, vs PSU, 10/1/05 (10/8) 18, Grant Gould, vs ESU, 19/11/04 (6/12) 16, Joe Corcoran, vs FHSU, 9/14/02 (7/9) 16, Morgan Dewey, vs SBU, 10/18/03 (1/15) 16, Grant Gould, vs CSM, 8/28/04 (5/11) 16, Grant Gould, MWSU, 10/30/04 (4/12) 16, Blake Meyer, MWSU, 10/30/04 (8/8) 16, Zach Watkins, MSSU, 11/4/06 (4/12)

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Yearly Rushing Leaders Name Ra’Shawn Mosley Trent Hearn Ra’Shawn Mosley Trent Hearn Dustin Hickel Dustin Hickel Tyler Schuerman Brandon Rainer Lydell Flowers Willie Sapp Keith Coleman Willie Sapp Nick Cummings Nick Cummings Nick Cummings Allen Moore Greg Lane Phillip Brooks Les Williams Johnny Perkins Les Williams Dino DeLisa Dino DeLisa Dino DeLisa Ron Davis Ron Davis Alan Greig Mark Samich Jim Rodden Clarence Taylor Brent Cripps Gary Yager Gary Yager Cory Heiniger Jeff Roether Kevin McCormick Kevin McCormick Steve Alston Charlie King Steve Alston Mickey Romano

Yards Att. Avg. TD 690 100 6.9 7 1,203 224 5.4 20 1,084 215 5.0 11 1,116 235 4.8 16 411 110 3.7 7 540 143 3.8 5 708 189 3.7 16 619 137 4.5 6 526 93 5.7 0 819 146 5.6 8 475 104 4.6 4 559 90 5.9 3 643 135 4.8 10 400 112 3.6 1 405 88 4.6 3 618 87 7.1 2 758 178 4.3 3 936 188 5.0 6 947 206 4.6 5 510 123 4.1 7 418 107 3.9 7 888 215 4.1 7 721 188 3.8 8 1,185 262 4.5 14 343 108 3.2 4 347 94 3.7 4 144 41 3.5 0 338 93 3.6 0 486 143 3.4 4 583 109 5.3 5 572 158 3.6 7 748 184 4.1 8 439 119 3.7 3 378 99 3.8 2 513 91 5.6 4 862 172 5.0 13 690 212 3.3 7 437 160 2.7 6 291 78 3.7 3 288 93 3.1 1 594 141 4.2 3

Melvin Myricks Mickey Romano Bobby Jones Frank Pickens John Gacek

466 485 393 356 369

114 86 82 75 72

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Coaches Opponents

Yearly Passing Leaders Year 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961

Name Jordan Brill Jordan Brill Tyler Schuerman Tyler Schuerman Dustin Hickel Tyler Schuerman Tyler Schuerman Barry Galbraith Aaron Battle Aaron Battle Joe Schartz Joe Schartz Joe Schartz Joe Schartz Jeremy Smith Dan Holloway Dave Weimers Mark Johnson Barry Griffiths Kyle Kingston Jim Bernard Mike McCartney Tim Beasley Mark Elliott Jeff Leiker Mark Elliott Mike Atkins Mike Atkins Mike Atkins Mike Grogan Mike Grogan Mike Grogan Mike Grogan Paul Garrett Ed Clark Ed Clark Jon Bakalar Dale Bennett Dean Ferrell Dean Ferrell J.D. Cleavinger Tom Huber Tom Huber Bill Harper Curt Miller Tom Hallacy

Yards Cmp. Att. 1,348 79 137 2,775 168 297 2,308 159 289 1,247 81 157 2,160 142 308 1,034 66 140 1,936 134 245 2,269 151 262 2,131 149 266 1,175 83 179 1,286 81 165 1,452 78 149 1,359 74 181 1,430 109 233 917 72 135 657 56 122 399 26 91 924 81 197 2,338 135 275 1,629 97 191 988 75 155 1,369 119 245 282 28 82 1,074 80 133 959 77 186 1,388 90 246 2,106 183 345 1,678 130 248 1,374 112 237 1,202 74 163 721 60 118 1,098 91 177 740 67 138 352 26 71 431 36 101 232 16 31 698 32 81 904 64 171 793 76 169 732 72 163 330 28 76 147 17 53 253 12 35 718 45 108 462 38 80 403 31 81

Pct. TD Int. .577 11 6 .566 24 13 .550 28 6 .516 6 11 .461 21 12 .471 9 6 .547 10 13 .576 16 7 .560 10 7 .464 3 6 .491 10 9 .524 10 15 .409 4 16 .468 7 14 .533 6 8 .459 2 6 .286 1 9 .411 4 9 .479 23 11 .507 12 15 .484 5 7 .486 9 20 .341 2 6 .602 5 5 .414 6 12 .370 7 18 .530 13 20 .520 11 15 .470 5 17 .454 9 10 .508 4 10 .514 10 12 .486 9 8 .366 1 5 .356 1 13 .516 1 0 .395 1 3 .374 6 14 .450 .442 .368 .321 .343 .417 .475 .383

Yearly Receiving Leaders

Trent Hearn

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Year 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001

Name Receptions Yards Avg./C TD Sam Sissom 39 674 17.3 4 Mike Odupitan 47 857 18.2 8 Sam Sissom 65 1,109 17.1 15 Sam Sissom 39 555 14.2 6 Sam Sissom 41 719 17.5 12 Colon McNeal 43 732 17.0 8

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Sam Sissom 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961

Colon McNeal Marc Nardella Marc Nardella Andy Rucker Andy Rucker Michael Dritlein Michael Dritlein Michael Dritlein Michael Dritlein Tracey Hoffman Todd Scharnhorst Dashiell Wandix Troy Slusser Troy Slusser Aaron Walker Steve Tacca Steve Tacca Steve Hardesty Mark Elliott Steve Pokrywka Ron Hamilton Ron Hamilton Mike Keeley Mike Keeley Mike Keeley Rick Benke Rick Benke John Hodnefield Jeff Roether Al Dressman Al Dressman Al Dressman Irv McCoy Jeff Hill Dan Dreiling Charlie White Pete Roscetti Pete Roscetti John Pusateri John Gacek

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829 933 1,136 643 476 1,112 816 742 433 271 259 239 1,394 724 331 401 183 606 274 492 1,128 791 591 538 463 523 350 310 226 351 553 324 305 368 106 122 289 282 177 157

16.3 17.3 17.8 16.5 21.6 23.2 20.9 14.6 13.5 13.6 16.2 12.0 21.4 25.9 27.6 11.8 12.2 15.5 22.8 19.7 13.4 15.8 16.4 17.9 14.5 12.5 12.9 22.1 14.1 18.5 29.1 29.5 8.7 10.8 21.2 12.2 28.9 18.8 17.7 15.7

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Year 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966

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Intro Players Coaches Opponents Review MIAA Records History

yearly leaders

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Yearly Total Offense Leaders Year 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964

Name Jordan Brill Jordan Brill Tyler Schuerman Tyler Schuerman Dustin Hickel Dustin Hickel Tyler Schuerman Barry Galbraith Aaron Battle Aaron Battle Joe Schartz Joe Schartz Joe Schartz Joe Schartz Jeremy Smith Dan Holloway Greg Lane Mark Johnson Barry Griffiths Kyle Kingston Jim Bernard Mike McCartney Dino DeLisa Dino DeLisa Jeff Leiker Mark Elliott Mike Atkins Mike Atkins Mike Atkins Mike Grogan Mike Grogan Mike Grogan Mike Grogan Paul Garrett Ed Clark Kevin McCormick Jon Bakalar Dale Bennett Dean Ferrell Dean Ferrell J.D. Cleavinger Melvin Myricks Jerry Hardy

Yards Plays TD 1,293 154 11 2,630 342 24 2,691 366 30 1,466 214 7 2,571 418 28 1,548 540 8 2,644 434 26 2,540 469 19 2,258 413 17 1,677 344 10 1,665 304 16 1,891 305 17 1,649 329 10 1,417 285 11 853 157 8 744 185 3 758 178 3 976 265 7 2,296 329 24 1,794 256 13 1,374 251 7 1,325 243 9 721 188 8 1,185 262 14 1,042 263 6 1,299 353 8 1,905 408 14 1,597 310 11 1,312 277 5 1,192 246 13 725 190 8 1,122 240 15 822 220 9 328 133 2 682 218 3 862 172 13 779 152 3 796 262 6 909 247 • 904 281 • 466 163 • 466 114 3 489 61 •

1963 Bill Harper 1962 Curt Miller 1961 Tom Hallacy

1,051 803 417

224 185 111

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Yearly All-Purpose Leaders Year Name Rush Rec PR KOR IT Total Avg 2006 Sam Sissom 0 674 200 15 0 889 80.8 2005 Trent Hearn 1,203 34 0 0 0 1,237 103.1 2004 Sam Sissom 0 1,109 310 0 0 1,419 118.2 2003 Mike Odupitan 97 475 0 588 0 1,160 116.0 2002 DaWight Benning 199 617 0 0 0 816 74.2 2001 Colon McNeal 11 732 14 323 0 1,080 98.2 2000 Colon McNeal 9 829 0 0 0 838 76.2 1999 Marc Nardella 0 933 0 0 0 933 84.8 1998 Marc Nardella 0 1,136 0 0 0 1,136 103.8 1997 Andy Rucker 0 643 0 431 0 1,074 97.6 1996 Andy Rucker 0 476 0 288 0 764 84.9 1995 Michael Dritlein 0 1,112 0 291 0 1,403 140.3 1994 Michael Dritlein 44 816 0 0 0 860 86.0 1993 Michael Dritlein 0 742 0 0 0 742 92.8 1992 Michael Dritlein 21 433 10 375 0 818 90.8 1991 Allen Moore 618 192 0 0 0 810 73.6 1990 Greg Lane 758 0 58 0 0 816 90.7 1989 Phil Brooks 936 4 0 0 0 940 94.0 1988 Troy Slusser 11 1,512 414 75 0 2,012 182.9 1987 Troy Slusser -10 724 416 414 0 1,544 140.4 1986 Troy Slusser 0 310 296 309 0 915 91.5 1985 Dino DeLisa 888 53 0 0 0 941 104.6 1984 Dino DeLisa 721 0 0 0 0 721 72.1 1983 Dino DeLisa 1,185 267 0 0 0 1,452 145.2 1982 Wes Warrick 283 176 0 213 0 672 84.0 1981 Mike Chiaverini 254 66 0 339 0 659 65.9 1980 Ron Hamilton 0 1,128 125 0 0 1,253 125.3 Note: Complete stat boxes only go back to 1980 season

Yearly Punt Return Leaders Year 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998

Name Sam Sissom Jarod Tetuan Sam Sissom Sam Sissom Chris Huelsman Cowan Hopson Patrick Hayes Colon McNeal Colon McNeal

Returns 23 10 23 32 14 6 23 34 19

Yards Avg. TD 200 8.7 0 110 11.0 0 310 13.5 1 296 9.3 0 71 5.1 0 42 7.0 0 237 10.3 0 311 9.1 0 199 10.5 0

Mike Odupitan 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1975 1974

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Ted Remias Ira Peoples Andy Rucker Toby Thomas Maurice Ragland Myron Fisher Carol Johnson Greg Lane Kevin Marshall Troy Slusser Troy Slusser Troy Slusser Troy Slusser Doug Wiley A.C. Poynter Harold Woods Ron Hamilton Ron Beal Clarence Taylor Clarence Taylor

16 13 27 10 13 8 28 12 12 38 45 38 8 19 12 3 13 15 15 19

126 91 168 79 86 26 154 58 73 414 416 296 26 136 86 49 125 185 209 104

7.9 7.0 6.2 7.9 6.6 3.3 5.5 4.8 6.1 10.9 9.2 7.8 3.3 7.2 7.2 16.3 9.6 12.3 13.9 5.5

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0


1983 A.C. Poynter 5 128 25.6 0 1982 A.C. Poynter 10 198 19.8 0 1981 Mike Chiaverini 18 339 18.8 0 1980 Mike Chiaverini 19 306 16.1 0 1979 Mayo Schmidt 22 394 17.9 0 1977 Clarence Taylor 15 414 27.6 0 1976 Clarence Taylor 18 519 28.8 0 1975 Clarence Taylor 14 251 17.9 0 1974 Clarence Taylor 28 587 21.0 0 1973 Joe Morgan 12 253 21.1 0 1972 Dave Bowen 9 124 13.8 0 1971 O.J. Coller 12 229 19.1 0 Note: Return stats not available for 1984 and 1978 seasons

Yearly Interception Leaders

1973 George Steen 6 31 5.2 0 1972 Dave Bowen 20 134 6.7 0 1971 Dave Bowen 35 223 6.4 0 Note: Return stats not available for 1984 and 1976-78 seasons

Yearly Kickoff Return Leaders Year 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985

Name Fletcher Terrell Fletcher Terrell Mike Odupitan Mike Odupitan Chris Huelsman Patrick Hayes Patrick Hayes Colon McNeal Colon McNeal Andy Rucker Andy Rucker Andy Rucker Toby Thomas Keith Coleman Michael Dritlein Carl Johnson Joseph Clark Dash Wandix Dwayne Haley Troy Slusser Troy Slusser Ed Vacek

Returns 15 13 25 21 19 24 22 15 24 19 15 16 27 29 22 28 30 15 13 17 15 16

Yards Avg. TD 385 25.7 0 400 30.8 2 410 16.4 0 588 28.0 1 435 22.9 0 562 23.4 0 545 24.8 0 287 19.1 0 520 21.7 0 431 22.7 0 288 19.2 0 322 20.1 0 427 15.8 0 612 21.1 0 375 17.0 0 572 20.4 0 648 21.6 0 257 17.1 0 304 23.4 0 414 24.4 0 309 20.6 0 328 20.5 0

Michael Dritlein Nick Cummings Michael Dritlein Dan Brown Talmadge Graham Dave Ruder Mark Johnson Troy Slusser Troy Slusser Nick Kresic Nick Kresic Dino DeLisa Dino DeLisa Ronnie Davis Ron Davis Ron Hamilton Kevin Cummings Mike Cassin Brent Cripps Brent Cripps Gary Yager Ray Gerstenkorn John Stauffer Russ Hill Kevin McCormick Kevin McCormick Steve Alston Charlie King Wes Chapman J.D. Cleavinger Charlie White no record Bill Harper John Pusateri Curt Miller

48 60 24 33 24 34 18 128 50 79 45 48 84 24 36 32 39 46 48 48 54 54 18 40 78 42 54 18 18 18 24

8 10 4 0 4 0 3 21 8 0 0 8 14 4 6 5 0 0 8 8 9 9 3 0 13 7 9 3 3 3 4

0 0 0 18 0 13 0 1 1 28 18 0 0 0 0 1 12 19 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 5 0 7 0 0 0 17 9 0 0 0 0 0 9 9 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

36 42 24

6 7 4

0 0 0

0 0 0

Yearly Punting Leaders Year 2005 2004 2003 2002

Name Curtis Massey Curtis Massey Ben Boswell Eric Roth

No Yards Avg Blkd 43 1,630 37.9 3 59 2,416 40.9 1 36 1,136 31.6 2 53 2,252 42.5 0

Yearly Scoring Leaders Year 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

Name Trent Hearn Trent Hearn Sam Sissom Trent Hearn Sam Sissom Brandon Rainer Tyler Schuerman Marc Nardella Chad Todd Willie Sapp Brian Fuemmeler

Points TD 62 10 120 20 98 16 96 16 74 12 54 9 96 16 56 9 57 0 50 8 40 0

PAT FG 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 24 11 1 0 28 4

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Year Name Returns Yards Avg. TD 2006 Fletcher Terrell 5 30 6.0 0 2005 Fletcher Terrell 8 113 14.1 2 2004 Fletcher Terrell 5 113 22.6 0 2003 Fletcher Terrell 4 190 47.5 1 2002 Joe Corcoran 4 18 4.5 0 2001 Patrick Hayes 3 -3 -1.0 0 2000 Ted Remais 2 0 0.0 0 1999 Ted Remais 3 57 19.0 0 1998 Travis Smith 5 97 19.4 1 1997 Chris Swirles 3 60 20.0 0 1996 Zuri Stokes 3 86 28.7 2 1995 Zuri Stokes 2 23 11.5 0 1994 Toby Thomas 3 3 1.0 0 1993 Kevin Peck 2 1 0.5 0 1992 Leonard Jackson 3 56 18.7 0 1991 Kevin Marshall 4 32 8.0 0 1990 Anthony Reid 2 12 6.0 0 1989 no INT stats 1988 Frank Lemus 3 17 5.7 0 1987 Anthony Brooks 4 30 7.5 0 1986 Clay Phillips 3 73 24.3 1 1985 Shannon Haydock 4 38 9.5 0 1983 A.C. Poynter 7 148 21.1 0 1982 A.C. Poynter 6 31 5.2 0 1981 Keith Brown 1 22 22.0 0 1980 Jim Weissbeck 4 112 28.0 0 1979 Steve Burkdoll 4 130 32.5 0 1975 George Steen 5 61 12.2 0 1974 Larry Miffleton 4 38 9.5 0 1973 George Steen 2 39 19.5 0 1972 Gene Pettey 3 78 26.0 1 1971 Dave Bowen 3 43 6.4 0 Note: Return stats not available for 1984 and 1976-78 seasons

1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961


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Eric Roth 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992

Eric Roth Eric Roth Eric Roth Chad Todd Brian Fuemmeler Brian Fuemmeler Brian Fuemmeler Brian Fuemmeler Wendell Snodgrass Aaron Sigg

44 48 59 45 58 49 50 49 29 55

1,706 1,644 2,198 1,603 2,312 1,786 1,757 1,629 943 1,837

38.8 34.3 37.3 35.6 39.9 36.4 35.1 33.3 32.5 33.4

0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961

Alan Kaniper Alan Kaniper Alan Kaniper Alan Kaniper Tim Beasley Tim Beasley Tim Beasley Tim Beasley Randy Davey Randy Davey Aron Fass Kevin Cummings Mike Perry Mike Perry Brent Cripps Brent Cripps Brent Cripps Brent Cripps Steve Coover Dave Bowen Jon Bakalar Jon Bakalar Jeff Hill Dale Bennett Jeff Hill Jeff Hill Leonard Bozic no record Pete Roscetti Jack Clanton Jack Clanton

65 62 59 45 54 48 70 67 48 77 65 66 46 56 46 54 40 56 43 50 62 61 78 45 63 50 52

2,555 2,488 2,281 1,609 2,084 1,862 2,608 2,429 1,583 2,982 2,299 2,627 1,748 2,060 1,934 2,106 1,573 2,231 1,517 1,835 2,417 2,228 3,044 1,521 2,419 1,766 1,811

39.3 40.1 38.6 35.7 38.6 38.8 37.2 36.2 33.0 38.7 35.4 39.8 38.0 36.8 42.0 39.0 39.3 39.8 35.3 36.7 39.0 36.5 39.0 33.8 38.4 35.3 34.8

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

32 40 39

1,193 37.3 1,500 37.5 1,260 32.3

0 0 0

Yearly Defensive Leaders Year 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984

Name Tackles Solos Assists Zach Watkins 100 44 56 Grant Gould 128 58 70 Grant Gould 127 54 73 Grant Gould 111 45 66 Joe Corcoran 125 60 65 Larry Schembri 90 44 46 Corey Phipps 78 37 41 Corey Phipps 112 57 55 Travis Smith 77 35 42 Tony Scollieri 124 74 50 Tony Scollieri 116 61 55 Nolan Jeffery 88 53 35 Nolan Jeffery 89 38 51 Everald Flowers 63 30 33 Dave Noot 97 40 57 Todd McGhghy 129 71 58 Todd McGhghy 97 67 30 Howard Holbrooks 93 58 35 Wade Dennis 120 62 49 Charlie Bennett 108 67 41 Shawn Rose 85 51 34 Mark Brinker 77 44 33 Bill Guidetti 152 • •

Ichabod Football by Decades and Milestone Wins All-Time Record: 475-537-44 (.471)

Milestone wins

Records by Decade 1891-99 1900-09 1910-19 1920-29 1930-39 1940-49 1950-59 1960-69 1970-79 1980-89 1990-99 2000-06

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24-14-4 (.619) 57-23-8 (.693) 38-37-7 (.506) 24-57-8 (.315) 44-48-4 (.479) 39-35-6 (.525) 47-38-2 (.546) 34-56-1 (.379) 50-47-4 (.515) 44-60-0 (.423) 30-74-0 (.288) 40-39 (.506)

Victory Number One 1891: Washburn 8 Kansas City YMCA 2

Victory Number 200 1942: Washburn 21 Fort Hays State 13

Victory Number 400 1988: Washburn 59 Emporia State 46

Victory Number 50 1904: Washburn 23 Ottawa 4

Victory Number 250 1954: Washburn 13 Colorado Mines 10

Victory Number 450 2003: Washburn 49 Missouri-Rolla 24

Victory Number 100 1914: Washburn 6 Central Missouri 0

Victory Number 300 1965: Washburn 15 Peru State 7

Victory Number 150 1930: Washburn 27 St. Mary’s 13

Victory Number 350 1977: Washburn 28 Pittsburg State 21

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Total Defense

First downs in a game • 33, Emporia State, 1998 First downs in a season • 259, 2004 (12 games)

Fewest yards allowed in a game (-3), St. Mary’s of the Plains, ’78 Fewest yards allowed in a season • 1,614 1973 (10 games) Fewest rushing yards allowed / game •  (-32) vs. Southwest Baptist, 1990 Fewest rushing yards allowed in a season •  78, 1964 Fewest passing yards allowed in a game • 0 vs. Wichita State in 1946, vs. Emporia State in 1947, vs. Northeast Missouri State in 1963, vs. Southern Colorado in 1973 Fewest passing yards allowed in a season • 493, 1963

Rushing Yards in a game • 382, McPherson (Kan.), 1995; Missouri Southern, 2005 Yards in a season • 2,247, 1997 (11 games) Best Rushing Average Game (season) • 234.5, 2000

Passing

Yards in a game • 418, Missouri Western, 1979 Yards in a season • 2,991, 2004 (12 games) Completions in a game • 34, Wayne State (Neb.), 1980 Completions in a season • 210, 2004 Attempts in a game • 63, Wayne State (Neb.), 1980 Attempts in a season • 383, 2004 Passing TD’s in a game • 6, Emporia State, 1988 Passing TD’s in a season • 34, 2004 (12 games) Completion percentage in a game • .900, Mo. Valley, 1980

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Interceptions Interceptions in a game • 6 vs. Missouri Western, 1974, 1983 vs. Fort Hays State, 1975 Interceptions in a season • 22, 1983

Punting

Total Offense

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ichabod team records

First Downs

Yards in a game • 681, Rockhurst, 1949 Yards in a season • 5,099, 2004 (12 games) Most plays in a season • 869, 2004 (12 games) Most yards per play in a season • 6.2, 2005 (12 games)

Scoring Offense Points in a game • 80, Fort Riley, 1900 (W 80-0) Points in a season • 430, 2005 (12 games) Points per game (season) • 35.8, 2005 (12 games)

Most punts in a game • 11 vs. Missouri Southern, 1995 Most punts in a season • 80, 1952 Longest punt • 87 vs. Missouri Western, 1982

Field Goals Longest field goal • 52 Russ Hill vs Northern Colorado, 1972 Charles Goodknight vs Emporia State, 1985

Longest Winning Streaks

all-time • 0, 1892

All games • 8 1964

Times Shutout in a Season

Longest Losing Streaks

Fewest Points in a Season

All games • 16 1992-94

all-time • 5, 1942

Scoring Defense Shutouts in a season — all-time • 7, 1906 Consecutive shutouts • 5, 1906 Fewest points allowed in a season • 6, 1903 (8 games) (0.8 points per game) Most points allowed in a game — 77, Mississippi Vall. St., 1984 • (L 77-15) Most points allowed in a season • 414, 1993

Best Record Overall • 8-0-0, 1907 Most wins in a season • 9, 2005 8 (1906, 1907, 1964, 1974, 1983, 1986, 2004)

Consecutive games scoring All games • 102, Nov. 14, 1998-present (beginning with Pittsburg State through end of 2006 season – last time shutout was Nov. 7, 1998 vs CMSU, 37-0.)

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Top Rushing Seasons

Largest Victory Margin

Year Attempts Avg. TD 1. 2000 572 4.5 35 2. 1997 552 4.1 21 3. 2001 523 4.3 22 4. 2005 499 4.4 30 5. 2004 486 4.3 20 6. 1964 7. 1999 551 3.8 18 8. 1991 513 4.0 10 9. 1983 518 3.8 21 10. 2003 463 4.1 20

Yards 2,580 2,247 2,246 2,178 2,108 2,081 2,067 2,029 1,978 1,908

Year 1. 2004 2. 1980 3. 1988 4. 2005 5. 1993 6. 2002 7. 1999 8. 1987 9. 1998 10. 2003

Yards 2,991 2,924 2,839 2,803 2,578 2,447 2,312 2,239 2,230 2,188

Top Passing Seasons

Cmp Avg. TD 210 14.2 34 257 11.4 16 172 16.5 27 171 304 24 199 13.0 11 161 15.2 24 155 14.9 16 138 16.2 14 156 14.3 11 148 14.8 15

Top Offensive Seasons Year 1. 2004 2. 2005 3. 2000 4. 1988 5. 1999 6. 2001 7. 2003 8. 2002 9. 1987 10. 1983

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Plays Avg. TD 869 5.9 57 803 6.2 60 832 5.5 47 795 5.6 42 823 5.3 37 817 5.2 35 766 5.3 35 832 5.3 40 730 5.3 34 738 5.0 29

Yards 5,099 4,981 4,575 4,491 4,379 4,288 4,096 3,972 3,847 3,687

80 Fort Riley • 80-0 76 St. Mary’s of the Plains • 79-3 64 Olathe Naval Station • 64-0 62 Truman • 62-0 61 McPherson • 61-0 60 Rockhurst • 60-0 56 Kansas State • 56-0 55 Ottawa • 55-0 55 Missouri Western • 58-3 53 Wichita State • 53-0 49 Missouri-Rolla • 49-0 47 College of Emporia • 47-0 47 Cooper College • 47-0 46 Fort Hays State • 46-0 45 Missouri-Rolla • 45-0 42 Lincoln • 63-21 42 Midland College • 42-0 42 St. Mary’s College • 42-0 42 Peru State • 42-0

Largest Losing Margin

67 Colorado College • 67-0 62 Mississippi Valley State • 77-15 61 Pittsburg State • 61-0 60 Pittsburg State • 72-12 59 Pittsburg State • 62-13 56 Pittsburg State • 70-14 54 Fresno State • 54-0 52 Missouri Western • 52-0 51 Southwest Missouri State • 66-15 49 Nebraska-Kearney • 55-6 47 Nebraska • 47-0 47 Kansas State • 47-0 47 Nebraska-Omaha • 47-0 46 Baker • 46-0 45 College of Emporia • 45-0 44 Baker • 44-0 44 Kansas • 58-14 44 Sam Houston State • 51-7 44 Pittsburg State • 44-0 42 Northwest Missouri • 63-21 42 Wichita State • 42-0

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Intro

Trent Hearn Lancaster, Texas 2006 Offensive MVP

Players Coaches Opponents Review

Trey Lewis Topeka, Kan. 2006 Defensive MVP

CSM

Aaron Gardiner, WR Cary Williams, DB

at WWU

Sam Sissom, WR

Jarod Tetuan, FS

Special Teams Off. Line Def. Line Connor Sabel, PK Andy Kavanaugh, OT Jake Lebahn, WR

Dan Schneider, OC

Ben Boswell, P

Jeff Rickard, OL

Zach Watkins, LB

Zach Watkins, LB

Chris Brown, LB

at UCM Brandon Walker, WR Zach Watkins, LB at FHSU

Jordan Brill, QB

Fletcher Terrell, DB

Ra’Shawn Mosley, RB

Aaron Neal, LB

Trent Hearn, RB

Fletcher Terrell, DB

at NWMSU Beau Woford, QB

Bruce Ringwood, LB

SBU

at PSU

Work Team Off.

Work Team Def. Big Hit

Trey Lewis, DT

Jake Iverson, QB

Chris Durkin, LB

Eric Lawrence, DE

Bill Boyer, OL

Jake Forck, DB

Erin Beck, FS

The D-Line

Jake Lebahn, WR Eric Eisenbarth, OL Cody Huenefeld, DE Cameron Knox, TE

Clayton Calder, LB

Michael Krajeck, LB

Connor Sabel, PK

Dan Schneider, OL

Eric Lawrence, DE

Jake Iverson, QB

Marcus Shanahan, FS

Aaron Neal, LB

Ben Boswell, P

Trent Stanley, OL

Trey Lewis, DT

Josh Moller, OL

Marcus Shanahan, FS

Trent Stanley, OL

Ben Boswell, P

Eric Eisenbarth, OL

Mitch Birt, DE

Josh Torrez, RB

Ben Muir, LB

Bruce Ringwood, LB

Ben Boswell, P

Andy Kavanaugh, OT Cody Huenefeld, DT

Ty Lewis, OL

Ray Trice, LB

Adam Ewy, LB

Bruce Ringwood, LB

Ian Visttine, OL

John Hattrup, LB

Michael Krajeck, LB

Brandon Walker, QB

Cary Williams, DB

Fletcher Terrell, DB

Brad Cole, WR

Ra’Shawn Mosley, RB

Jarod Tetuan, FS

ESU

Jake Lebahn, WR

Jarod Tetuan, FS

at MSSU

Sam Sissom, WR

Zach Watkins, LB

Fletcher Terrell, DB Dan Schneider, OL Ben Boswell, P

Trent Stanley, OL

Trey Lewis, DT

Thadd Taylor, OL

Ben Muir, LB

Sam Sissom,WR

Eric Eisenbarth, OL

Trey Lewis, DT

Brody Schuler, WR

Ray Trice, LB

MWSU Brandon Walker, QB Fletcher Terrell, DB

Bruce Ringwood, LB

Seth Homolka, LB

at TSU

Nick Bull, OL

Bruce Ringwood, LB

Brandon Jackson, DE Terrance Lowe, RB

Brad Cole, WR

Brad Cole, WR

Adam Ewy, LB

Henry Talley, LB

James Martin, TE Trent Hearn, RB Adam Ewy, LB

Bruce Ringwood, LB

Past Ichabod Most Valuable Players 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

Trent Hearn, RB Trey Lewis, DT Trent Hearn, RB Grant Gould, LB Tyler Schuerman, QB,  Grant Gould, LB Trent Hearn, RB Morgan Dewey, LB Dustin Hickel, QB Joe Corcoran, DB

2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

History

Colon McNeal, WR Larry Schembri, LB Jared Barge, OL Buck Reuter, DL Barry Galbraith, QB Aaron Doonan, DE Joe Busby, OL Travis Smith, SS Willie Sapp, HB Tony Scollieri, LB

1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990

Joe Schartz, QB Zuri Stokes, DB Michael Dritlein, WR Michael Dritlein, WR Michael Dritlein, WR Dave Noot, LB Kevin Marshall, DB Todd McGhghy, LB

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College Football Comes to Washburn in 1885

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Washburn “Fifty years ago the Washburn college students organized the first college football team in the state. A young Englishman, who worked in the Santa Fe shops, brought with him from the old country an enthusiasm for the Rugby game. He organized a Santa Fe football team and challenged the Washburn students to organize and play. We accepted the challenge, organized a team and beat him. We then induced other colleges in the state to get into the field, and until after I graduated Washburn college our team was unbeaten on the football field. As I recollect, the first defeat was suffered at Columbia, Mo., in 1890.” - By Robert Stone - Topeka-Journal

Back in 1885, when there were no paved streets in Topeka, and “MacVicar” was the name of the Washburn president and not one of those unpaved streets, an Englishman brought football to the Washburn campus. Six years later, in 1891, the Ichabod football tradition entered a new era as Washburn played its first season of intercollegiate competition. According to Washburn records, there were no games played in 1895, allowing the 1991 squad to celebrate the 100th season in Washburn football history. Washburn celebrated the 50th anniversary of football’s debut on campus in 1935. Robert Stone, a member of the team in 1885, penned a brief sketch of the first 50 years of Washburn football which appeared in the Oct. 30, 1935 issue of the Topeka Journal.

Washburn Conference Ties

Throughout its athletic history, Washburn has looked beyond the state borders of Kansas to find conference affiliations. The university has competed in nine different conferences, including its current association with the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA), a NCAA Division II league of institutions in Missouri and Kansas. Washburn’s longest association was with the Central Intercollegiate Conference, of which the Ichabods were members from 1941 to 1968. Like the MIAA, the CIC included institutions in Missouri and Kansas. Membership in three conferences were more regional in nature, forcing the Ichabods to travel throughout five states. The Missouri Valley Conference consisted of schools in Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Iowa and Missouri, many of whom are currently NCAA Division I member institutions. Both the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and the Great Plains Athletic Conference put the Ichabods on the road to Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Nebraska and Kansas. Washburn has won two outright conference championships, while earning cochampionships four times. The Ichabods were Central Conference co-champions in 1931. They held the title of Central Intercollegiate Conference co-champions in 1949, 1953, and 1954. In 1964, Washburn won its first outright championship by claiming the Central Intercollegiate Conference title. Washburn won the Central States Intercollegiate Conference in 1983. 116

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Boot Hill Bowl • Dodge City, Kan. Nov. 30, 1974 • Washburn 21, Millikin 7 Game Summary In Larry Elliott’s first season as the Ichabods’ head coach, he leads them to their first bowl game. Washburn senior defensive end Don McGlinn is honored as the defensive player of the game. Freshman quarterback Mike Grogan is named offensive player of the game after completing 7 of 16 passes for 80 yards and a touchdown to John Hodnefield. Gary Yager rushed for 57 yards on 22 carries and Rick Benke had five receptions for 50 yards.

Team Stats MC First Downs 8 Rushes-Yardage 39-114 Passing Yardage 69 Passes-Comp-Int 15-4-1 Plays-Yds 54-185 Return Yardage 22 Punts-Average 6-22.6 Penalties 10-67

WU 17 65-114 102 20-9-0 85-216 28 6-30.8 4-45

Rushing Yager Gerstenkorn Wagner Cripps Clark Gruss Grogan Heiniger Taylor Totals

Passing Grogan Clark Totals

Receiving Benke Hodnefield Heiniger Hainline Totals

Washburn

No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg 22 57 19 49 1 3 9 4 5 3 1 1 -4 11 -1 1 -2 1 0 65 114 1

Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Sack 16-7-0 80 1 4-2-0 22 20-9-0 102 1 No. Yds TD Long 5 50 2 30 1 1 12 1 10 9 102 1

Punting Cripps Totals

No. Yds Avg Long In20 6 185 30.8 6 185 30.8

Rushing Stringer Tiffin Harris Rockford Douglass Neibuhr Totals

No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg 14 58 2 37 10 23 6 19 1 -9 6 -14 39 114

Passing Neibuhr Rockford Totals

Receiving Stringer Knotek Kowalczyk Totals

Punting Hanley Totals

TB

Millikin

Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long 4-1-0 7 10-3-1 62  14-4-1 69 No. Yds TD Long 1 7 1 1 37 2 25 4 69 1

No. Yds Avg Long In20 6 136 22.6 6 136 22.6

Sack

Players

Game Summary Benedictine's Keith Hertling rushed for 209 yards and two touchdowns as Raven head coach George Tardiff defeated Washburn 29-14. Tardiff would later become the Ichabods head coach in 1983. Keith Hertling would also later become an assistant coach at Washburn during the 1983 and 1984 seasons. Clarence Taylor rushed for 118 yards on 12 carries with one touchdown for the Ichabods.

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Score by Quarters WU 0 7 7 0 - 14 BC 13 0 13 3 - 29 Scoring Summary 1st Quarter BC – 7:36 – Brandt 9 yard pass from Durkin (Shaw kick); 11 play, 64 yard drive; BC 7-0 2nd Quarter BC – 1:24 – Hertling 1 yard run (Shaw kick failed); 9 play, 50 yard drive; BC 13-0 WU – 2:25 – Clarence Taylor 63 yard pass from Brent Cripps (Cassin kick); 4 play, 69 yard drive; BC 13-7 3rd Quarter WU – 12:25 – Clarence Taylor 54 yard run (Cassin kick); 1 play, 54 yard drive; WU 14-13 BC – 8:09 – Shaw 31 yard field goal; 13 play, 60 yard drive; BC 16-14 BC – 6:05 – Hertling 7 yard run (Shaw kick); 4 play, 22 yard drive; BC 23-14 BC – 0:31 – Shaw 37 yard field goal; 7 play, 36 yard drive; BC 26-14 4th Quarter BC – 7:54 – Shaw 31 yard field goal; 12 play, 51 yard drive; BC 29-14 Team Stats First Downs Rushes-Yardage Passing Yardage Passes-Comp-Int Plays-Yds Int-Yds Punts-Average Punt Returns-Yds KO Returns-Yds Penalties-Yds

WU BC 8 22 35-141 68-270 98 180 4-15-1 9-20-0 49-239 100-450 1-1 0-0 6-36.3 4-33.2 3-4 1-6 4-96 2-27 4-39 6-50

Washburn

Rushing No Gain Loss Mike Grogan 7 Brent Cripps 8 Clarence Taylor 12 Cory Heiniger 4 Mark Samich 1 Jim Rodden 2 May Schmidt 1 Totals 35

Net TD Lg Avg -21 0 0 -3.0 40 0 0 5.0 118 1 54 9.8 10 0 11 2.5 7 0 7 7.0 -5 0 0 -2.5 -8 0 0 -8.0 141 1 54 4.1

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Sack Mike Grogran 4-0-0 0 0 0 Mike Shahon 8-2-0 35 0 28 Brent Cripps 2-1-0 63 1 63 Totals 14-3-0 98 1 63

Receiving No. Yds TD Long Clarence Taylor 1 63 1 63 Mike Keeley 2 35 0 28 Totals 3 98 1 63

Punting Brent Cripps Totals

No. Yds Avg Long In20 6 218 36.3 49 6 218 36.3 49

TB

Punts Kickoffs Intercepts All Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg Clarence Taylor 1 1 3 78 Fred Thomas 1 18 Carlos Lyday 2 3 Travis Benton 1 1 Totals 3 4 4 98 1 1

Rushing Keith Hertling Jeff Schulte Paul Durkin Bob Tumberger Mike Spiegel Jim Kassly Totals

Benedictine

No Gain Loss 44 15 6 1 1 1 68

Net TD Lg Avg 209 2 26 4.8 52 0 20 3.5 -11 0 0 -1.8 8 0 8 8.0 4 0 4 4.0 8 0 8 8.0 270 2 26 3.9

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Sack Paul Durkin 32-14-1 180 1 29  Totals 32-14-1 180 1 29

TB

Coaches

Receiving No. Yds TD Long Keith Hartling 2 24 0 14 Bob Brandt 3 33 1 16 Mike Spiegel 4 58 0 29 Bob Tumberger 4 52 0 18 Cary Cochrane 1 13 0 13 Totals 14 180 1 29

Punting Scott Conboy Totals

No. Yds Avg Long In20 4 133 33.2 39 6 136 22.6

TB

Punts Kickoffs Intercepts All Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg Bob Tumberger 2 27 Tom Latz 1 26 Totals 1 26 2 27

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Ichabod postseason games

Score by Quarters WU 0 14 0 7 - 21 MC 0 0 7 0 - 7 Scoring Summary 2nd Quarter WU – 12:37 – Jim Hastings, 34 yard fumble return (kick failed); WU 6-0 WU – 0:23 – John Hodnefield, 9 yard pass reception from Mike Grogan (pass failed); 9 plays, 33 yard drive; WU 12-0 WU – 0:16 – WU records safety; WU 14-0 3rd Quarter MC – 6:38 – Knoteck, 37 yard pass from Rockford (Hanley kick); 41 yard drive, 8 plays; WU 14-7 4th Quarter WU – 7:06 – Ray Gerstenkorn, 1 yard run (Kraus kick); 38 yard drive, 3 plays; WU 21-7

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Boot Hill Bowl • Dodge City, Kan. Nov. 20, 1976 • Benedictine 29, Washburn 14


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NAIA Quarterfinals • Pittsburg, Kan. Dec. 6, 1986 • Pittsburg State 58, Washburn 24

Coaches

Game Summary In their second meeting of the season, the Washburn Ichabods fell to Pittsburg State 58-24 in the quarterfinals of the NAIA playoffs. In what came to be known as the “Dry Field Game” in Pittsburg State circles, the Ichabods jumped out to an early 10-0 lead at the end of the first quarter, but the Gorillas would scored 24 unanswered points to take a 31-10 lead. The Gorillas would add another 27 points in the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach for the Ichabods. The Ichabods had 397 yards in total offense compared to 459 by Pittsburg State.

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Aztec Bowl • Mexico City, Mexico Dec. 20, 1986 • Washburn 27, Mexican all-Stars 8

Score by Quarters WU 10 0 7 7 - 24 PSU 0 17 14 27 - 58 Scoring Summary 1st Quarter WU – 11:20 – Lee Williams 27 yard run (Kresic kick); 6 play, 51 yard drive; WU 7-0 WU – 6:46 – Nick Kresic 32 yard field goal; 6 play, 50 yard drive; WU 10-0 2nd Quarter PSU – 9:53 – Allen 70 yard pass from Stegeman (Bowman kick); 2 play, 77 yard drive; WU 10-7 PSU – 5:46 – Weathers 11 yard run (Bowman kick); 3 play, 28 yard drive; PSU 14-10 PSU – 0:02 – Bowman 36 yard field goal; 12 plays, 54 yard drive; PSU 17-10 3rd Quarter PSU – 11:32 – Weathers 4 yard run (Bowman kick); 7 play, 49 yard drive; PSU 24-10 WU – 10:00 – Lorenza Rayford 57 yard run (Kresic kick); 3 play, 65 yard drive; PSU 24-17 PSU – 2:22 – Stegeman 3 yard run (Bowman kick); 3 play, 18 yard drive; PSU 31-17 4th Quarter PSU – 10:41 – Weathers 5 yard run (Bowman kick); 8 play, 92 yard drive; PSU 38-17 PSU – 8:14 – Stegeman 4 yard run (Bowman kick); 4 play, 22 yard drive; PSU 45-17 PSU – 6:50 – Meek 57 yard pass reception from Campbell (Bowman kick); 1 play, 57 yard drive; PSU 52-17 PSU – 6:09 – LeWallen 3 yard run (kick failed); 2 play, 30 yard drive; PSU 58-17 WU – 3:57 – Ken Schmanke 15 yard pass reception from Jim Benard (Kresic kick); 5 play, 65 yard drive; PSU 58-24 Team Stats First Downs Rushes-Yardage Passing Yardage Passes-Comp-Int Plays-Yds Punts-Average Penalties-Yds

WU 20 32-193 204 36-18-4 68-397 3-43.3 13-117

PSU 19 53-247 212 16-10-1 69-459 6-30.8 19-177

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Rushing No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Jim Bernard 5 24 -5 19 0 11 4.8 Les Williams 10 61 0 61 1 15 6.1 Johnny Perkins 7 33 -2 31 0 20 4.4 Lloyd Hanson 1 1 0 1 0 1 1.0 Lorenzo Rayford 6 71 -2 69 1 57 11.8 Kyle Kingston 3 12 0 12 0 6 4.0 Totals 32 202 9 193 2 57 6.3

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Jim Bernard 26-13-3 153 1 19 Kyle Kingston 10-5-1 51 0 27 Totals 36-18-4 204 1 27

Receiving No. Yds TD Long Aaron Walker 2 20 0 11 Mike McCreevy 2 36 0 22 Troy Slusser 3 33 0 27 Pete Flannigan 1 15 0 15 Johnny Perkins 1 5 0 5 Chris Bleue 2 29 0 20 Ken Schmanke 3 27 1 15 Dash Wandix 1 13 0 13 Harold Tillman 1 4 0 4 Les Williams 2 22 0 19 Totals 18 204 1 27

Punting Tim Beasley Totals

No. Yds Avg Long In20 3 130 43.3 46 3 130 43.3 46

Note: No scoring summary or stats exist for the Aztec Bowl.

Score by Quarters WU 7 7 10 3 MAS 0 0 0 8

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Punts Kickoffs Intercepts All Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg Troy Slusser 2 4 3 60 Johnny Perkins 1 25 Chris Bleue 1 7 Ken Schmanke 3 43 Mike McGreevy 1 23 Mark Brinker 1 0 Totals 2 4 8 158 1 0

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Rushing No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Gene Stegeman 27 147 32 115 2 30 4.3 Monte Weathers 10 75 1 74 3 24 7.4 Rodney LeWallen 3 9 0 9 1 6 3.0 Bruce Stancell 8 14 0 14 0 3 1.8 Kenny Allen 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Sylvester Holland 2 31 0 31 0 27 15.5 Bryan Mahnken 2 4 0 4 0 2 2.0 Totals 53 280 33 247 6 30 4.7 Passing Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Sack Gene Stegeman 15-9-1 155 1 70 Bob Campbell 1-1-0 57 1 57  Totals 16-10-1 212 2 70

Receiving No. Yds TD Long Monte Weathers 3 27 0 17 Kenny Allen 1 70 1 70 Blaise Bauer 2 19 0 13 Mike Meek 3 83 1 57 Totals 10 212 2 70

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 Mike Bowman 6 185 30.8 42 Totals 6 185 30.8 42

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NAIA Quarterfinals • Monticello, Ark. Nov. 27, 1988 • Ark.-Monticello 20, Washburn 13 Game Summary

Team Stats WU UAM First Downs 16 19 Rushes-Yardage 37-103 58-298 Passing Yardage 192 27 Passes-Comp-Int 28-10-4 10-4-0 Plays-Yds 65-295 68-325 Punts-Average 3-36.0 5-33.0 Penalties-Yds 9-79 4-43

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Rushing No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Les Williams 27 109 -2 107 0 10 3.9 Barry Griffiths 3 7 -20 -13 0 7 -4.3 Matt Brooks 2 0 -4 -4 0 0 -2.0 Dash Wandix 5 13 0 13 0 3 2.6 Totals 37 129 -26 103 0 10 2.8

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Barry Griffiths 28-10-4 192 1 64 Totals 28-10-4 192 1 64

Receiving No. Yds TD Long Les Williams 2 27 0 22 Troy Slusser 5 118 1 64 Matt Brooks 1 13 0 13 Dwayne Haley 1 14 0 14 Dave Murphy 1 20 0 20 Totals 10 192 1 64

Punting Alan Kaniper Totals

No. Yds Avg Long In20 3 109 36.3 38 3 109 36.3 38

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Punts Kickoffs Intercepts All Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg Troy Slusser 1 3 Kevin Marshall 1 17 Les Williams 1 19 Dwayne Haley 1 16 Totals 1 3 4 70 Rushing Rochelle Laster McClinton Drummond Totals Passing Rochelle Pearson Totals

Receiving Laster Pearson Wells Dickerson Totals

Punting Pearson Totals

Arkansas-Monticello

No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg 23 159 -20 139 3 63 6.1 19 82 0 82 0 13 4.3 9 47 0 47 0 14 9.4 7 34 -4 30 0 15 4.3 58 322 -24 298 3 63 5.1

Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Sack 9-3-0 38 0 23 1-1-0 -11 0 -11  10-4-0 27 0 23 No. Yds TD Long 1 11 0 11 1 23 0 23 1 -11 0 -11 1 4 0 4 4 27 0 23

No. Yds Avg Long In20 5 166 33.2 43 5 166 33.2 43

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Punts Kickoffs Intercepts All Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg Jackson 2 13 2 26 Johnson 2 18 Jones 1 7 Turner 1 0 Drummond 2 47 Totals 2 13 4 73 4 25

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Game Summary The Washburn Ichabods won their first postseason game against collegiate competition since 1976 completing a stellar 8-4 season winning 36-33 over Northern State. After the Wolves scored 16 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to tie the score at 33, the Ichabods drove 65 yards in nine plays in 1:41 to set up Connor Sabel’s game-winning field goal of 32 yards. Senior quarterback Tyler Schuerman completed 3-of-6 passes for 46 yards and scampered for 13 more to set up the game-winning field goal. Schuerman tied a Mineral Water Bowl record with his four touchdown passes. Schuerman also finished with a career-high 400 yards passing completing 23 of 38 passes. Sam Sissom was named offensive MVP.

Score by Quarters NSU 0 3 14 16 - 33 WU 7 13 0 16 - 36 Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 08:28 WU - Sissom,Sam 11 yd pass from Schuerman,Tyler (Sabel,Connor kick), 5-46 2:07, NSU 0 - WU 7 2nd Quarter 14:06 NSU - Arial,Clinton 25 yd field goal, 10-72 3:21, NSU 3 - WU 7 11:38 WU - Odupitan,Mike 53 yd pass from Schuerman,Tyler (Sabel,Connor kick failed), 3-56 1:32, NSU 3 - WU 13 02:41 WU - Tetuan,Jarod 19 yd pass from Schuerman,Tyler (Azeltine,Adam kick), 11-80 4:59, NSU 3 - WU 20 3rd Quarter 13:47 NSU - Driscoll,Chuck 42 yd pass from Korrodi,Toby (Arial,Clinton kick), 3-69 1:06, NSU 10 - WU 20 01:31 NSU - Jones,Rudy 2 yd run (Arial,Clinton kick), 11-80 2:29, NSU 17 - WU 20 4th Quarter 12:40 WU - Hearn,Trent 1 yd run (Azeltine,Adam kick), 9-93 3:47, NSU 17 - WU 27 07:29 WU - Scott,Jeff 16 yd pass from Schuerman,Tyler (Azeltine,Adam kick failed), 9-95 3:44, NSU 17 - WU 33 02:45 NSU - Martin,Josh 8 yd pass from Korrodi,Toby (Korrodi,Toby rush), 9-76 1:54, NSU 25 - WU 33 01:41 NSU - Pinto,Matt 49 yd pass from Korrodi,Toby (Heitmann,Trav. pass from Korrodi,Toby), 3-71 0:35, NSU 33 - WU 33 00:00 WU - Sabel,Connor 32 yd field goal, 9-65 1:41, NSU 33 - WU 36 Team Stats First Downs Rushes-Yardage Passing Yardage Passes-Comp-Int Plays-Yds Int-Yds Punts-Average Punt Returns-Yds KO Returns-Yds Penalties-Yds

WU BC 8 22 35-141 68-270 98 180 4-15-1 9-20-0 49-239 100-450 1-1 0-0 6-36.3 4-33.2 3-4 1-6 4-96 2-27 4-39 6-50

Washburn

Rushing No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Hearn,Trent 18 66 7 59 1 13 3.3 Schuerman,Tyler 8 46 0 46 0 13 5.8 Mosley,Ra’Shawn 12 42 12 30 0 13 2.5 Bland,Rawshawn 2 24 0 24 0 21 12.0 Odupitan,Mike 2 5 0 5 0 3 2.5 McCann,Chris 2 3 0 3 0 3 1.5 Patterson,A.J. 1 1 0 1 0 1 1.0 Lamb,Josh 1 0 4 -4 0 0 -4.0 Ichabods 1 0 21 -21 0 0 -21.0 Totals 47 187 44 143 1 21 3.0

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Sack Schuerman,Tyler 38-23-0 400 4 53 0 Totals 38-23-0 400 4 53 0

Receiving No. Yds TD Long Sissom,Sam 11 216 1 43 Odupitan,Mike 8 119 1 53 Lehman,Cason 1 29 0 29 Tetuan,Jarod 1 19 1 19 Scott,Jeff 1 16 1 16 Patterson,A.J. 1 1 0 1 Totals 23 400 4 53

Punting Massey,Curtis Totals

No. Yds Avg Long In20 7 238 34.0 40 0 7 238 34.0 40 0

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Punts Kickoffs Intercepts All Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg Sissom,Sam 2 35 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 Odupitan,Mike 0 0 0 3 20 10 0 0 0 Stuckey,Calvin 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 34 34 Gould,Grant 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Totals 2 35 23 3 20 10 3 34 34 Rushing Jones,Rudy Tavis,Ve’E Pinto,Matt Korrodi,Toby Totals

Northern State

No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg 14 71 4 67 1 14 4.8 1 2 0 2 0 2 2.0 1 0 3 -3 0 0 -3.0 3 2 16 -14 0 2 -4.7 19 75 23 52 1 14 2.7

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Sack Korrodi,Toby 51-33-3 422 3 49 2 Totals 51-33-3 422 3 49 2

Receiving No. Yds TD Long Heitmann,Trav. 7 92 0 27 Martin,Josh 7 85 1 19 Pinto,Matt 6 119 1 49 Driscoll,Chuck 5 73 1 42 Covington,Kevi 5 42 0 16 Jones,Rudy 2 4 0 4 Tavis,Ve’E 1 7 0 7 Totals 33 422 3 49

Punting Schwan,Eric Totals

All Returns Pinto,Matt Tavis,Ve’E Warren,Shawn Totals

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No. Yds Avg Long In20 5 166 33.2 40 0 5 166 33.2 40 0

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Punts Kickoffs Intercepts No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg 0 0 0 4 61 24 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 28 28 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 93 28 0 0 0

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The Ichabods jumped out to an early 7-0 lead 45 seconds into the game as Barry Griffiths hit Troy Slusser for a 64 yard touchdown pass. The Boll Weevils of Arkansas-Monticello came right back as UAM’s Rochelle rushed for the first of his three touchdowns on the afternoon on a 63-yard run. He would finish with 139 yards rushing while passing for 38 more. Dave Ruder kicked field goals of 22- and 36- yards in the game to close out the Washburn scoring. Slusser finished the afternoon with five receptions for 118 yards and one touchdown. Les Williams had 107 yards on the ground on 27 carries and Griffiths passed for 192 yards completing 10 of 28 passes with four interceptions and one touchdown pass. Wade Dennis and Troy Drenth each led the Ichabod defense with 13 tackles.

Score by Quarters WU 7 3 0 3 - 13 UAM 6 0 6 8 - 20 Scoring Summary 1st Quarter WU – 14:15 – Troy Slusser 64 yard pass from Barry Griffiths (Dave Ruder kick); 2 play, 73 yard drive; WU 7-0 UAM – 12:13 – Rochelle 63 yard run (kick failed); 4 play, 79 yard drive; WU 7-6 2nd Quarter WU – 3:47 – Dave Ruder 22-yard field goal; 15 play, 75 yard drive; WU 10-6 3rd Quarter UAM – 5:36 – Rochelle 1 yard run (pass failed); 9 play, 64 yard drive; UAM 12-10 4th Quarter WU – 11:17 – Dave Ruder 36-yard field goal; 10 play, 59 yard drive; WU 13-12 UAM – 7:55 – Rochelle 26 yard run (Rochelle run); 7 play, 56 yard drive; UAM 20-13

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Mineral Water Bowl • Excelsior Springs, Mo. Dec. 4, 2004 • Washburn 36, Northern State 33


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NCAA 2nd Round Playoffs • Topeka, Kan. Dec. 19, 2006 • #21 Northwest Missouri 42, #12 Washburn 32

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Game Summary The Washburn Ichabods season came to an end in the second round of the NCAA Playoffs with a 42-32 loss to Northwest Missouri. The Ichabods (9-3) were down early as the Bearcats scored touchdowns on their first four drives as they were shut out until the 9:54 mark of the second quarter as Jordan Brill hooked up with Aaron Gardiner for a 45-yard touchdown pass capping a 5-play, 68-yard drive cutting the Bearcat lead to 28-7. Washburn then came back with a 75yard drive with Trent Hearn finishing the drive with a 1-yard touchdown run with 4:51 left in the second quarter. Brill was 16 of 29 for 296 yards and 3 TD’s, hitting Odupitan for five receptions and 118 with the two TD’s to the senior.

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Score by Quarters NW Mo. State 21 14 7 Washburn 0 17 7

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Scoring Summary 1st Quarter NW 11:59 Rector,Andre 39 yd pass from Lamberson,Josh (Frevert,Tommy kick) NW 08:07 Omon,Xavier 2 yd run (Frevert,Tommy kick), NW 02:41 Meyerkorth,J. 8 yd pass from Lamberson,Josh (Frevert,Tommy kick) 2nd Quarter NW 12:35 Falkner,E.J. 74 yd pass from Lamberson,Josh (Frevert,Tommy kick) WU 09:54 Gardiner,Aaron 45 yd pass from Brill,Jordan (Sabel,Connor kick) NW 08:58 Omon,Xavier 70 yd run (Frevert,Tommy kick) WU 04:51 Hearn,Trent 1 yd run (Sabel,Connor kick) WU 00:16 Sabel,Connor 35 yd field goal 3rd Quarter NW 11:03 Wright,Kendall 8 yd pass from Lamberson,Josh (Frevert,Tommy kick)\ WU 03:44 Odupitan,Mike 30 yd pass from Brill,Jordan (Sabel,Connor kick) 4th Quarter WU 02:41 Odupitan,Mike 15 yd pass from Brill,Jordan (Lehman,Cason pass from Brill,Jordan) Team Stats NW WU First Downs 18 20 Net Yards Rushing 183 76 Rushing Attempts 44 41 Average Per Rush 4.2 1.9 Yards Gained Rushing 204 126 Yards Lost Rushing 21 50 Net Yards Passing 311 296 Comp-Att-Int 17-27-0 16-29-1 Total Offensive Yards 494 372 Total Offense Plays 71 70 Average Per Play 7.0 5.3 Fumbles: No.-Lost 1-0 1-0 Penalties: No.-Yards 7-54 4-34 Punts-Yards 4-118 5-158 Average Yards Per Punt 29.5 31.6 Kickoff-Yards 7-370 6-321 Punt ret: No.-Yards 2-16-0 2-23-0 Kickoff ret: No.-Yds 5-88-0 2-26-0 Average Per Return 17.6 13.0 Int: No.-Yds-TD 1-0-0 0-0-0 Possession Time 31:34 28:26 3rd Down Convers. 9 of 16 5 of 14 4th Down Convers. 0 of 2 0 of 2 Red-Zone 3-5 3-4 Sacks By: No.-Yards 5-41 1-13 PAT Kicks 6-6 3-3 Field Goals 0-1 1-1

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Rushing No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Hearn,Trent 22 64 3 61 1 11 2.8 Mosley,Ra’Shawn 11 47 6 41 0 10 3.7 Walker,Brandon 1 7 0 7 0 7 7.0 Odupitan,Mike 1 6 0 6 0 6 6.0 Brill,Jordan 6 2 41 -39 0 2 -6.5 Totals 41 126 50 76 1 11 1.9

Passing Brill,Jordan Totals

Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Sack 29-16-1 296 3 45 5 29-16-1 296 3 45 5

Receiving No. Yds TD Long Odupitan,Mike 5 118 2 36 Scott,Jeff 3 22 0 9 Gardiner,Aaron 2 74 1 45 Lebahn,Jake 2 44 0 31 Lehman,Cason 2 27 0 16 Bland,Rawshawn 2 11 0 12 Totals 16 296 3 45

Punting Massey,Curtis Totals

No. Yds Avg Long In20 5 158 31.6 45 0 5 158 31.6 45 0

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Punts Kickoffs Intercepts All Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg Tetuan,Jarod 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Stuckey,Calvin 0 0 0 1 8 8 0 0 0 Terrell,Fletcher 1 21 21 1 18 18 0 0 0 Totals 2 23 21 2 26 18 0 0 0

Northwest Missouri

Rushing No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Omon,Xavier 37 173 7 166 2 70 4.5 Lamberson,Josh 6 31 13 18 0 8 3.0 TEAM 1 0 1 -1 0 0 -1.0 Totals 44 204 21 183 2 70 4.2 Passing Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Sack Lamberson,Josh 26-17-0 311 4 74 1 Lickteig,Gabe 1-0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 27-17-0 311 4 74 1

Receiving No. Yds TD Long Rector,Andre 7 110 1 39 Wright,Kendall 3 36 1 22 Falkner,E.J. 2 83 1 74 Roberts,Daren 2 55 0 42 Herring,Mitch 1 16 0 16 Meyerkorth,J. 1 8 1 8 Peterson,Mike 1 3 0 3 Totals 17 311 4 74

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 Lamberson,Josh 4 118 29.5 46 0 Totals 4 118 29.5 46 0

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Punts Kickoffs Intercepts All Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg Wright,Kendall 2 16 15 1 17 17 0 0 0 Falkner,E.J. 0 0 0 2 37 24 0 0 0 Brisbane,Sydney 0 0 0 1 12 12 0 0 0 Williams,Kelly 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Omon,Xavier 0 0 0 1 22 22 0 0 0 Totals 2 16 15 5 88 24 1 0 0

Records do not include Aztec Bowl Games – 6 (bowl games and postseason games included) Record – 2-4 11/30/74 - Boot Hill Bowl - Dodge City, Kan. Washburn 21, Millikin (Ill.) 7 11/20/76 - Boot Hill Bowl - Dodge City, Kan. Benedictine 29, Washburn 14 12/6/86 - NAIA Quarterfinals - Pittsburg, Kan. Pittsburg State 58, Washburn 24 12/20/86 - Aztec Bowl - Exhibition - Mexico City, Mexico Washburn 27, Mexican all-Stars 8 11/27/88 - NAIA Quarterfinals - Monticello, Ark. Arkansas-Monticello 20, Washburn 13 12/4/04 - Mineral Water Bowl - Excelsior Springs, Mo. Washburn 36, Northern State 33 11/19/05 - NCAA Second Round Playoffs - Topeka, Kan. Northwest Missouri 42, Washburn 32 BY WASHBURN Most First Downs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Fewest First Downs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, vs Benedictine, 11/20/76 Most Yards Rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193, vs Pittsburg State, 12/6/86 Fewest Yards Rushing. . . . . . . . . 76, vs Northwest Missouri, 11/19/05 Most Carries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Fewest Carries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32, vs Pittsburg State, 12/6/86 Most Yards Passing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 400, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Fewest Yards Passing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98, vs Benedictine, 11/20/76 Most Pass Attempts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Fewest Pass Attempts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14, vs Benedictine, 11/20/76 Most Pass Competitions. . . . . . . . . . . . 23, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Fewest Passing Competitions . . . . . . . . . . . 3, vs Benedictine, 11/20/76 Most Passes Intercepted . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, vs Ark-Monticello, 11/27/88 Most TD Passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Most Offensive TD’s. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Most Total Yards Offensive . . . . . . . . 543, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Fewest Total Yards Offensive . . . . . . . . . . . . 216, vs Millikin, 11/30/74 Most Total Offensive Plays. . 85, two times vs Northern State, 12/4/04, vs Millikin, 11/30/74 Fewest Total Offensive Plays. . . . . . . . . . . 49, vs Benedictine, 11/20/76 Most Penalties. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13, vs Pittsburg State, 12/6/86 Most Penalty Yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117, vs Pittsburg State, 12/6/86 Fewest Penalties. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, two times, vs Millikin, 11/30/74, vs Northwest Missouri, 11/19/05 Fewest Penalty Yards. . . . . . . . . . 34, vs Northwest Missouri, 11/19/05 Most Interceptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Fewest Interceptions. . . . . . . . . . . 0, vs Northwest Missouri, 11/19/05 Most Points Scored. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Fewest Points Scored. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13, vs Ark-Monticello, 11/27/88 Most Points Allowed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58, vs Pittsburg State, 12/6/86 Fewest Points Allowed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, vs Millikin, 11/30/74

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WASHBURN INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Most Carries. . . . . . . . . 27, Les Williams vs Ark-Monticello, 11/27/88 Most Yards Gained Rushing. . . . . 118, Clarence Taylor vs Benedictine, 11/20/76 Longest Run From Scrimmage. 57 yards, by Lorenza Rayford vs Pittsburg State, 12/6/86 Most Pass Attempts . . . . . . 38, by Tyler Schuerman, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Most Passes Completed . . . 23, by Tyler Schuerman, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Most Passing Yards. . . . . . 400, by Tyler Schuerman, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Most Touchdown Passes. . . 4, by Tyler Schuerman, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Longest Pass Completion. . . . . . 80 yards, by Mike Grogan vs Millikin, 11/30/74 Most Pass Receptions. . 11, by Sam Sissom, vs Northern State, 12/4/04

Most Yards Receiving. 216, by Sam Sissom, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Most Punting Yards. . 238, by Curtis Masey, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Most Punts. . . . . . . . . 7, by Curtis Massey, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Best Punting Average. 43.3, by Tim Beasley vs Pittsburg State, 12/6/86 (3 punts/130 yds) Longest Punt. . . . . . . . . . 49, by Brent Cripps vs Benedictine, 11/20/76 Most Tackles. . . 13, Wade Dennis and Troy Denth vs Ark-Monticello, 11/27/88 Most Sacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, eight tied with 1 Most Pass Breakups. . 2, by Fletcher Terrell, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Most Interceptions . . . 2, by Calvin Stuckey, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Longest Interception Return. . 34 yards, by Calvin Stuckey, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Most Yards in Total Offense. . . . 446, by Tyler Schuerman, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Most Total Offensive TDs.4, (4 pass), by Tyler Schuerman, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Most All Purpose Yards. . . . . . . 251, by Sam Sissom, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Longest Punt Return. . . . . . 33 yards by Chris Bleue vs Pittsburg State, 12/6/86 Most Punt Return Yards.35, by Sam Sissom, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Longest Kickoff Return. . . . 23 yards by Troy Slusser vs Pittsburg State, 12/6/86 Most Kickoff Return Yards. . . . . . 78 by Clarence Tayor vs Benedictine, 11/20/76 Most Field Goals. . . . . . 2, by Dave Ruder vs Ark-Monticello, 11/27/88 Longest Field Goal. . . . . . 36 yards, by Dave Ruder vs Ark-Monticello, 11/27/88 Longest Scoring Run . 57 yards by Lorenza Rayford vs Pittsburg State, 12/6/86 Longest Scoring Pass. . . . . 64 yards by Troy Slusser vs Ark-Monticello, 11/27/88 Most Points Scored. . 12 by Mike Oduptian, (2 touchdowns) by Northwest Missouri, 11/19/06

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BY Opponents Most First Downs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28, by Northern State, 12/4/04 Fewest First Downs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, by Millikin, 11/30/74 Most Yards Rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 298, vs Ark-Monticello, 11/27/88 Fewest Yards Rushing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52, by Northern State, 12/4/04 Most Carries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68, by Benedictine, 11/20/76 Fewest Carries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19, by Northern State, 12/4/04 Most Yards Passing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 422, by Northern State, 12/4/04 Fewest Yards Passing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69, by Millikin, 11/30/74 Most Pass Attempts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51, by Northern State, 12/4/04 Fewest Pass Attempts. . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, vs Ark-Monticello, 11/27/88 Most Pass Competitions. . . . . . . . . . . . . 33, by Northern State, 12/4/04 Fewest Passing Competitions . . . . . . . 4, two times, vs Ark-Monticello, 11/27/88, by Millikin, 11/30/74 Most Passes Intercepted . . 4, by Ark-Monticello, 11/27/88, by Millikin, 11/30/74 Most TD Passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, by Northwest Missouri, 11/19/05 Most Offensive Touchdowns. . . . . . . . . . 8, by Pittsburg State, 12/6/86 Most Total Yards Offensive . . . . 494, by Northwest Missouri, 11/19/05 Fewest Total Yards Offensive . . . . . . . . . . . . 183, by Millikin, 11/30/74 Most Total Offensive Plays. . . . . . . . . . . 100, by Benedictine, 11/20/76 Fewest Total Offensive Plays. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54, vs Millikin, 11/30/74 Most Penalties. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19, by Pittsburg State, 12/6/86 Most Penalty Yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177, by Pittsburg State, 12/6/86 Fewest Penalties. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, two times by Ark-Monticello, 11/27/88, Millikin, 11/30/74 Fewest Penalty Yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43, vs Millikin, 11/30/74 Most Interceptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, by Ark-Monticello, 11/27/88 Most Points Scored. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58, by Pittsburg State, 12/6/86 Fewest Points Scored. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, vs Millikin, 11/30/74 Most Points Allowed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36, by Northern State, 12/4/04 Fewest Points Allowed . . . . . . . . . . . . 13, by Ark-Monticello, 11/27/88


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1907

Kansas Conference Champions

Notes: Garfield Weede led the Ichabods to its first conference title winning the Kansas Conference with a perfect 8-0 record, the only unblemished record in school history. Washburn picked up wins over Kansas State, Kansas and Oklahoma as well as current MIAA member Emporia State. Record: 8-0-0 (5-0) Topeka High Emporia State Haskell St. Mary’s Kansas Kansas State Wichita State Oklahoma

Coach: Garfield Weede W 10-0 W 18-0 W 33-0 W 22-6 W 12-5 W 5-0 W 12-0 W 12-0

1931

Central Conference Champions

Notes: In his second stint as the Ichabods head coach, Ernest Bearg led Washburn to six straight wins to open the season by a combined score of 83-20. Record: 7-3-0 Haskell Baker Fort Hays State Wichita State Emporia State Pittsburg State Coll. of Emporia Southwestern* Kansas State Kansas

Coach: Ernest Bearg W 6-0 W 18-0 W 27-7 W 7-6 W 20-7 W 15-0 L 6-18 W 2-0 L 0-22 L 0-6

1949

Central Intercollegiate Champions

Notes: In his fourth season at Washburn, Dick Godlove coached Washburn to its third conference title in school history. After starting the season 1-2, they won their last six straight games to claim the championship. Record: 7-2-0 Doane Northern Illinois Emporia State Nebraska-Omaha Pittsburg State Benedictine Rockhurst Fort Hays State Southwestern

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Central Intercollegiate Champions

Opponents Review MIAA

Record: 7-1-0 Coach: Dick Godlove Colorado Mines W 13-0 Emporia State W 21-0 Nebraska-Omaha W 14-6 Pittsburg State W 36-13 Benedictine W 26-0 Olathe Naval Base* W 64-0 Fort Hays State L 6-7 Southwestern W 27-13 Southwest Missouri W 27-7 *Not in overall record 170-46

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Record: 6-2-0 Coach: Dick Godlove Colorado Mines W 13-10 Nebraska-Omaha L 6-27 Emporia State W 14-6 Benedictine W 13-6 Pittsburg State W 13-12 Southwestern W 41-6 Fort Hays State L 6-27 Southwest Missouri W 14-6

Central Intercollegiate Champions

Notes: In his final season at Washburn, Ellis Rainsberger led the Ichabods to eight straight wins to end the season after an opening loss to NebraskaKearney. Record: 8-1-0 (4-0/1st - CIC) Coach: Ellis Rainsberger S19 Nebraska-Kearney L S26 at Central Missouri W O3 at Colorado Mines W O10 Southern Colorado W O17 at Fort Hays State W O24 Pittsburg State(HC) W O31 at Nebraska-Omaha W N7 at Peru State W N14 Emporia State W

12-14 31-0 16-0 12-7 14-7 17-7 19-2 42-0 19-6

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Central Intercollegiate Champions

Notes: For the first time in school history, the Ichabods won back-to-back conference championships.

1964

Players Coaches

Notes: Dick Godlove won his second championship at Washburn with a 7-1 record outscoring their opponents 170-46 with their only loss coming to Fort Hays State 7-6.

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1974

Boot Hill Bowl Champions

Notes: Washburn played their first postseason game in school history winning the Boot Hill Bowl. Record: 8-3-0 (3-2/3rd - GPAC) Coach: Larry Elliott S14 at William Jewell W S21 Missouri Western W S28 Missouri Valley L O5 at Emporia State W O12 at Benedictine W O19 Southern Colorado W O26 at Fort Hays State W N2 Missouri Southern W N9 at Northern Colorado L N16 Pittsburg State L Boot Hill Bowl - Dodge City, Kan. N23 vs Millikin* W

21-13 37-0 7-41 36-15 24-12 19-14 14-7 35-17 7-28 14-15 21-7

1976

Boot Hill Bowl Participant

Notes: Washburn opened the season with five straight wins and played their second Boot Hill Bowl in three years. Record: 6-4-0 (4-2/4th - CSIC) Coach: Larry Elliott S11 Missouri Valley W S18 Missouri Western W S25 at Harding W O2 Pittsburg State W O9 at Emporia State W O16 Nebraska-Kearney L O23 at Missouri Southern L O30 Fort Hays State W N6 at East Central L Boot Hill Bowl - Dodge City, Kan. N27 vs Benedictine* L

14-13 26-15 20-17 28-16 21-0 9-36 21-35 23-19 24-30 14-29

1983

Central States Intercollegiate Champions

Notes: The Ichabods won its first conference championship in 19 years, clinching the title on the final weekend of the year with their win over Missouri Southern in Moore Bowl. Record: 8-2-0 (6-1/1st - CSIC) Coach: George Tardiff S10 Morningside W S17 at Benedictine W S24 at Missouri Valley L O1 Emporia State W O8 at Pittsburg State L O15 Wayne State W O22 Fort Hays State W O29 at Missouri Western W N5 at Nebraska-Kearney W N12 Missouri Southern W

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NAIA Playoffs First Round 1986 Aztec Bowl Champions

Players Coaches Opponents

Notes: After finishing second in the CSIC, the Ichabods fell in the first round of the NAIA playoffs, but returned to win the Aztec Bowl two weeks later.

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Record: 8-3-0 (5-2/T2nd - CSIC) Coach: Larry Elliott S6 at South Dakota W 16-14 S13 Northwest Missouri W 38-24 S20 Central Missouri W 37-14 S27 at Missouri Southern W 25-7 O4 at Emporia State L 16-22 O11 Pittsburg State L 7-21 O18 at Wayne State W 31-6 O25 at Fort Hays State W 40-35 N1 Missouri Western W 21-14 N8 Nebraska-Kearney W 24-3 *NAIA postseason game - Pittsburg, Kan. D6 at Pittsburg State* L 24-58 Aztec Bowl - Mexico City, Mexico N20 at Mexican all-Stars W 27-8

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Ichabod conference champions/postseason teams

1988

NAIA Playoffs First Round

Notes: Washburn finished second in the CSIC for the third straight season, but fell in the opening round of the NAIA playoffs to Ark.-Monticello. Record: 7-4-0 (5-2/T2nd - CSIC) Coach: Larry Elliott S10 Northwest Missouri W 33-12 S17 at Central Missouri W 28-27 S24 at Northeastern St. L 30-35 O1 Missouri Western W 17-10 O8 at Nebraska-Kearney W 29-12 O15 Wayne State W 49-3 O22 at Missouri Southern W 35-23 O29 Pittsburg State L 14-23 N5 at Fort Hays State L 14-22 N12 Emporia State W 59-46 *NAIA postseason game - Monticello, Ark. N19 at Ark.-Monticello* L 13-20

2004

Mineral Water Bowl Champions

Notes: Washburn won its first postseason game as a member of the NCAA with a 36-33 win over Northern State in the Mineral Water Bowl. Record: 8-4-0 (6-3/3rd - MIAA) Coach: Craig Schurig A28 Colorado Mines L 27-34 S4 Langston W 30-7 S11 Emporia State W 28-10 S18 at Truman State W 62-0 S25 Northwest Missouri L 21-49 O2 at Pittsburg State L 14-70 O9 Southwest Baptist (HC) W 38-35 O16 at Missouri-Rolla W 42-17 O23 at Central Missouri L 21-47 O30 Missouri Western W 30-23 N6 at Missouri Southern W 58-43 Mineral Water Bowl - Excelsior Springs, Mo. D4 vs Northern State W 36-33

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2005

Notes: Washburn won its first MIAA Championship in school history and their first conference title since the 1983 season. Washburn also received a bid to play in the NCAA National Playoffs - the first time in school history. Craig Schurig was named the MIAA Coach of the Year and the Ichabods snapped a 25-game losing streak to Pittsburg State.

Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Champions Second Round NCAA Playoffs

Record: 9-3-0 (7-1/1st - MIAA) Coach: Craig Schurig A27 at Colorado Mines W 28-17 S3 Western Washington W 31-21 S10 Central Missouri W 42-27 S17 at Central Washington L 42-48 S24 at Southwest Baptist W 56-21 O1 Pittsburg State WOT 35-34 O8 at Northwest Missouri W 31-28 O15 Truman (HC) W 21-14 O22 at Emporia State W 42-14 O29 Missouri Southern W 49-35 N5 at Missouri Western LOT 21-28 *NCAA Second Round Playoffs - Topeka N19 Northwest Missouri L 32-42

The 2005 Washburn Ichabods won their first MIAA Championship and played host to the first home playoff game in school history as they took on Northwest Missouri State in the second round of the NCAA Playoffs infront of 7,089 fans. This was also the final game on the natural grass surface surrounded by the cinder track as a new rubberized running track and Sportexe artifical surface was installed before the start of the 2006 season.

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Ichabod NCAA All-Americans

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Ichabod honors

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Trey Lewis

Fletcher Terrell

2006 - Associated Press Little All-American 2006 - Football Gazette - 1st 2006 - D2Football.com - 2nd 2006 - American Football Coaches Assoc. - 1st

Grant Gould

2006 - D2Football.com - 2nd 2006 - Football Gazette - 3rd 2005 - CoSIDA/Daktronics - 1st 2005 - Football Gazette - 1st 2005 - D2Football.com - 1st

Rudy Su’e

2005 - CoSIDA/Daktronics - 2nd

2005 - CoSIDA/Daktronics - 2nd 2005 - Football Gazette - 2nd 2005 - D2Football.com - HM

Michael Dritlein

1995-CoSIDA/Daktronics - 2nd 1995 - Football Gazette - 1st

Ichabod NAIA All-Americans 1988 1988 1987 1987 1987 1986

Troy Slusser, WR, 1st Steve Sheehan, OL, HM Troy Stedman, LB, 2nd Jim Butler, DE, HM Mike Gibson, OG, HM Nick Kresic, PK, 2nd

1986 1986 1986 1985 1983 1980

Jerry Nall, OT, 2nd Charles Braden, DT, HM Mark Brinker, FS, HM Charlie Braden, DE, HM Dino DeLisa, RB, HM Ron Hamilton, WR, 1st

1977 1974 1964 1964

Tom DeGroot, LB, HM John Poke, HM Bob Noblitt, 1st Robert Hardy, 1st

Associated Press Little All-Americans 2006 Trey Lewis, DT

1964 Bob Hardy, HB, 1st

1964 Dode Lesser, OT, DE, HM

American Football Coaches Association All-America Team

CoSIDA/Daktronics Division II All-Region

Football Gazette Division II All-America

2006 1988

2006 2006 2006 2005 2005 2005 2005 2004 2002 1999 1996 1995

2006 2006 2005 2005 1988 1995 1988

Trey Lewis, DT (NCAA) Troy Slusser, WR (NAIA)

NCAA CoSIDA/Daktronics Division II All-America 2005 2005 2005 1995

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Fletcher Terrell, DB, 1st Rudy Sué, OL, 2nd Grant Gould, LB, 2nd Michael Dritlein, WR, 2nd

Trey Lewis, DT, 1st Fletcher Terrell, DB, 1st Zach Watkins, LB, 2nd Rudy Sué, OL, 1st Grant Gould, LB, 1st Fletcher Terrell, DB, 1st Fletcher Terrell, KR, 2nd Sam Sissom, WR, 2nd Eric Roth, P, 1st Kevin Wheeler, OL, 2nd Zuri Stokes, CB, 2nd Michael Dritlein, WR, 1st

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Trey Lewis, DT, 1st Fletcher Terrell, DB, 3rd Fletcher Terrell, DB, 1st Grant Gould, LB, 2nd Barry Griffiths, QB, HM Michael Dritlein, WR, 1st Troy Slusser, WR, 1st


Football Gazette Division II All-Region Trey Lewis, DT, 1st Fletcher Terrell, DB, 1st Grant Gould, LB, 1st Fletcher Terrell, DB, 1st Rudy Sué, OL, 2nd Rawshawn Bland, FB, 3rd Trent Hearn, RB, 3rd Mike Odupitan, WR, 3rd Trey Lewis, DT, 3rd Fletcher Terrell, KR, 3rd Eric Roth, P, 1st Barry Griffiths, QB, 1st Michael Dritlein, WR, 1st

Postseason All-Star Game Participant 2006 2002 2001 1999 1998 1995

Trey Lewis, DT Texas vs the Nation Game Eric Roth, P Cactus Bowl Colon McNeal, WR Cactus Bowl Marc Nardella, WR Snow Bowl Joe Busby, OL Snow Bowl Michael Dritlein, WR Snow Bowl

D2 Football.com Division II All-America 2006 2006 2005 2005

Trey Lewis, DT, 2nd Fletcher Terrell, DB, 2nd Fletcher Terrell, DB, 2nd Grant Gould, LB, HM

ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Division II Academic All-America 2003 1999 1995 1993

Eric Taylor, DE, 2nd Aaron Doonan, DE, 2nd Michael Dritlein, WR, 2nd Michael Dritlein, WR,2nd

ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Division II Academic All-District 2004 2003 1999 1998 1997

Matt Durler, OL, 1st Eric Taylor, DE, 1st Matt Durler, OL, 2nd Aaron Doonan, DE, 1st Aaron Doonan, DT, 1st Joe Banks, WR, 2nd Darren Heer, FB, 1st Gabe Clements, DL, 1st Aaron Doonan, DL, 2nd Brian Fuemmeler, P, 2nd Brent Stones, OL, 3rd

Dan Smith, DL, 3rd Ryan Bradbury, DB, 3rd Gabe Clements, DL, 1st Jeff Koch, TE, 2nd Michael Dritlein, WR, 1st Joe Schartz, QB, 2nd Michael Dritlein, WR, 2nd Michael Dritlein, WR, 1st

Burger King Scholar Athlete of the Week 1999 1995

Aaron Doonan, DE Michael Dritlein, WR

NAIA All-America 1988 1987 1986 1985 1983 1980 1977 1974 1964

Troy Slusser, WR, 1st Steve Sheehan, OL, HM Troy Stedman, LB, 2nd Jim Butler, DE, HM Mike Gibson, OG, HM Nick Kresic, PK, 2nd Jerry Nall, OT, 2nd Charles Braden, DT, HM Mark Brinker, FS, HM Charlie Braden, DE, HM Dino DeLisa, RB, HM Ron Hamilton, WR, 1st Tom DeGroot, LB, HM John Poke, HM Bob Noblitt, 1st Robert Hardy, 1st

Associated Press Little America All-American 2006 1964 1964

Trey Lewis, DT Bob Hardy, HB, 1st Dode Lesser, OT, DE, HM

NAIA Academic All-American 1986

Tim Beasley, P, 1st Mark Brinker, FS, 1st Darrin Rohr, RB, 1st Pete Flannigan, WR, HM Mike McGreevy, TE, HM Mike VanSickle, DB, HM Aaron Walker, WR,HM

MIAA Defensive Player of the Year 2006

Trey Lewis, DT

MIAA Freshman of the Year 2006 2003 2002 2000

Zach Watkins, LB Trent Hearn, RB Sam Sissom, WR Tyler Schuerman, QB

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All-MIAA Selections (1st and 2nd team picks only) 2006 Trey Lewis, DT, 1st Fletcher Terrell, DB, 1st Trent Hearn, RB, 2nd Jeff Rickard, OL, 2nd Bruce Ringwood, LB, 2nd 2005 Mike Odupitan, WR, 1st Rudy Su’e, OL, 1st Fletcher Terrell, KR, 1st Trey Lewis, DL, 1st Grant Gould, LB, 1st Fletcher Terrell, DB, 1st Trent Hearn, RB, 2nd Rawshawn Bland, FB, 2nd 2004 Curtis Massey, P, 1st Sam Sissom, WR, 2nd Trey Lewis, DL, 2nd Rudy Su’e, OL, 2nd Fletcher Terrell, DB, 2nd 2003 Tim Watts, OL, 2nd Trent Hearn, RB, 2nd 2002 Eric Roth, P, 1st Tim Watts, OT, 2nd 2001 Colon McNeal, WR, 2nd Anders Grove, OT, 2nd 2000 Brandon Rainer, FB, 2nd Jared Barge, OC, 2nd Eric Taylor, DE, 2nd Chad Todd, K, 2nd 1999 Corey Phipps, LB, 2nd Aaron Doonan, DE, 2nd Marc Nardella, WR, 2nd 1998 Marc Nardella, WR, 1st Joe Busby, OG, 1st Lydell Flowers, RB, 2nd Travis Smith, SS, 2nd 1997 Tony Scollieri, LB, 2nd Chris Swirles, FS, 2nd Willie Sapp, HB, 2nd 1996 Zuri Stokes, CB, 2nd Tony Scollieri, LB, 2nd Beau Caryl, DE, 2nd Joe Busby, OL, 2nd 1995 Michael Dritlein, WR, 1st Bryan Dugan, OL, 1st Maurice Ragland, CB, 2nd Nolan Jeffrey, FS, 2nd 1994 Michael Dritlein, WR, 1st Nick Cummings, FB, 2nd 1993 Michael Dritlein, WR, 1st 1992 Dave Noot, LB, 1st Wayne Peacock, OL, 2nd 1991 Alan Kaniper, P, 1st Kevin MarshAll, DB, 2nd Todd McGhghy, LB, 2nd 1990 Fred Caldwell, OL, 1st Todd McGhghy, LB, 1st 1989 Phil Brooks, 1st Wade Dennis, 1st

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Art Fletcher (1946-49)

Pat Scherzer (1962-65)

Dode Lesser (1965-66)

Steve Burkdoll (1977)

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MIAA Coach of the Year 2005 1999

Craig Schurig Tony DeMeo

MIAA All-Academic Team 2006 2004 2003 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990

Zach Watkins, LB Tyler Schuerman, QB Eric Taylor, DE Aaron Doonan, DE Aaron Doonan, DT Aaron Doonan, DT Gabe Clements, DL Jeff Koch, TE Will Kerns, DB Darren Heer, FB Joe Schartz, QB Dan Smith, DE Brian Fuemmeler, P/PK Gabe Clements, OL Jeff Koch, LB Will Kerns, HB Dan Smith, DE Joe Schartz, QB Michael Dritlein, WR Tony Scollieri, LB Michael Dritlein, WR Beau Caryl, DE Jeff Koch, LB Kirk Potter, WR Joe Schartz, QB Michael Dritlein, WR Brett Miller, LB Kirk Potter, WR Kirk Potter, WR Tracey Hoffman, WR Dan Holloway, QB Scot Koranda, LB Craig Beam, DB Dan Holloway, QB Scot Koranda, DB

All-Central States Intercollegiate Conference Team 1988 1987 1986 1985 1983 1979

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Troy Slusser, WR Steve Sheehan, OL Barry Griffiths, QB Jim Butler, DE Mike Gibson, OG Troy Slusser, WR Troy Stedman,LB Charles Braden, DT Mark Brinker, FS Nick Kresic, PK Jerry Nall, OT Shawn Rose, LB Charlie Braden, DE Nick Kressic, K Dan Remboldt, DE Tim Schlegel, LB Dino DeLisa, RB Andy O’Neill, DB

1977

John Prince, OL Clarence Taylor, RB Steve Burkdoll, DB Brent Cripps, RB Tom Degroot, DE Steve Finesilver, OL Mike Keeley, WR

All-Great Plains Athletic Conference Team 1975 1974

Gary Yager, RB Jim Hastings, DL Dan McGlinn, DE Jim Hastings, DL Cooper Johnson, OG

All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Team 1971 1970 1969

Jon Bakalar, QB Kevin McCormick, RB Gene McBride, DB Don Prince, T Gar McCormick, LB Richard Fry, G

All-Central Intercollegiate Conference Team 1968 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1957 1954 1953

Don Prince, DL Reggie Carr, DB Dan West, LB Mike Sipotz, OL Dode Lesser, OL Mickey Romano, FB Pat McCrite, DE Rodger Tiesing, DT Steve Milosovich, OL Pat Scherzer, HB Pete Roscetti, E Dode Lesser, OL Bob Hardy, B Rodger Tiesing, DE Bob Noblitt, DL Ron Katzenmier, DB Pat Scherzer, DB Bill Harper, RB Bob Noblitt, DL Jack Clanton, DL Curt Miller, DB Warren Dorby, OL Bob Pfannenstiel, G Warren Dorby, G Dick Patterson, DT Jerry Hedger, OT Bob Ogle, HB Jon Bingesser, HB Dale Milles, G Don Luttrell, HB Nick Cossman, T Chet Duncan, TE Chuck Nelson, QB Ralph Bowen, TE

1952 1951 1949 1948

Chet Duncan, TE Bill Baker, HB Don Bliss, T Bill Baker, HB Ivan Crabaugh, HB Art Fletcher, HB Leroy Harmon, HB Jerry Rogers, C Jerry Reichart, G Elmer Betts, C Bob Shields, G Art Fletcher, HB Leroy Harmon, HB

All-MIssouri Valley Conference Team 1935

Ben Owen

All-Central Conference Team 1933 1932 1931

Glenn Stalker Clarence Edwinson Charles Crank Wesley Grout Glenn Stalker Wesley Grout Leo Burger

All-Kansas Conference Team 1926 1917 1912

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Ichabods in the NFL Draft

The Washburn Ichabods have had four players who have heard their names called in the National Football League annual draft. The most recent was Trey Lewis, a defensive tackle from Topeka. He was the first Ichabod in 19 years to be drafted in the NFL draft following Troy Stedman, who was a seventh round pick of the Kansas City Chiefs. Prior to Stedman’s going to the Chiefs, Bill Baker and Ed Schneider both were selected by the New York Giants in the 1954 and 1944 drafts respectively. Year Round Pick Player# Name Team Position 2007 6 11 185 Trey Lewis Falcons Defensive Tackle 1988 7 5 170 Troy Stedman Chiefs Linebacker 1954 25 3 292 Bill Baker Giants Halfback 1944 17 5 169 Ed Schneider Giants Tackle

Troy Stedman

Bill Baker

Ed Schneider

Atlanta Falcons 2007 - 6th round

Kansas City Chiefs 1988 - 7th round

New York Giants 1954 - 25th round

New York Giants 1944 - 17th round

Ichabods who have played in the pros The Washburn Ichabods have had five players who have played at least one regular season game on a pro roster entering the

fall 2007 campaign. Not included in the list below are those who have played in preseason exhibition games, practice squads or on teams’ injured reserve lists. Not included is any due to space limitations who have played in the Indoor Football League, Indoor Professional League, National Indoor Football League, Arena Football 2, American Professional Football League, United Indoor Football League, American Indoor Football League, Intense Football League or Great Lakes Indoor Football League.

Name (Pos.) Michael Dritlein, WR Gene Cullinane, OL Troy Stedman, LB Spencer Thomas, DB Art Fletcher, E

Year Team (league) 1997 Rhein Fire (WLAF) 1992 Montreal Machine (WLAF) 1988 Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) 1991 Raleigh-Durham Skyhawks (WLAF) 1974 Washington Redskins (NFL) 1975 Baltimore Colts (NFL) 1950 Baltimore Colts (NFL)

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Pro Day at Washburn

During the spring 2007, Washburn played host to its first pro day in recent history as scouts from five NFL teams were on hand to run eight Ichabods through a combine-type workout. During the 2006 season, more than 15 scouts were on campus during the week and during games to scout Washburn’s prospects and talk to the coaching staff.

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1963 1971 1982 1957 1957 1990 1978 1971 1969 1973 1985 1953 2001-02 1966 1967-69 1963 1949 1979-80 1995 1946-48 1972 1976 1980 1951 1947 1998 2001-02 2001-02 1956-57 2003-06 1977-80 1954 1978 1989-92 1976-80 1974 2002 2002-05 1992-93

B B B B B B Babb,Tom 1993 Backus,Bruce 1958-60 Baer,Robert 1969-72 Bailer,Joseph 1973 Bailer,Marvin 1969-72 Bailey,G. 1954 Bailey,Gene. 1958-60 Bailey,Kevin 1993 Bailey,Mark 1986 Bailey,Marvin 1971 Bailey,Robert 1982 Bainbridge,Matt 1993-94 Baird,Keith 1948 Bakalar,Jon 1970-71 Baker,Bill 1951-53 Baker,Bill 1989 Baker,L. 1951 Baldwin,Bill 1990 Baldwin,Dave 1952 Ballard,B. 1954 Banion,Derek 2003 Banke,Tim 2006 Banks,Joe 1997-00 Baranski,Dennis 1969 Barbato,Mike 1983-84 Barbato,Pat 1984 Barbee,Jeff 1986 Barber,Dan 1987 Barbour,Clyde 1992 Barge,Jared 1997-2000 Barnes,Howard 1961 Barnes,Joe 1991 Barnett,J. 1951 Barnett,Lester 1995 Barngrover,Larry 1957-58 Barnhill,Mike 1988-91 Barrett,Tyrone 2003-04 Barth,Jacob 2000-03 Barthuly,Gerald 1969 Bartley,Loren. 1955-57 Basile,Steve 1987 Batchelder,Jerry 1955-58 Bates,James 1962 Battle,Aaron 1994-98 Battle,Aaron 1998 Battle,Eugene 1983-86 Battle,Gary 1983 Battle,Matt 1997 Bauer,Taylor 2004-06 Beach,Mike 1960 Beagle,Jim 1975-78 Beal,Ron 1978-79 Beals,Bob 1973 Beam,Craig 1989-90 Beard,Kevin 1982-83 Beasley,Tim 1984-87 Beck 1947 Beck,Erin 2003-06 Beck,Evin 2003-04 Beck,Gerald 1977 Becker,David 2004-06 Becker,Eugene 1964 Becker,Michael 1970

Beckford,Xavier Beebe,Dan Beffort,Mark Behrens,Bob Beiry,E. Belden,Gary Bell,Damon Bell,Eddie Bell,John Bell,Steve Benard,Michael Bender,Tim Benedict,Don Benke,Erick Benke,Rick Bennett,Charles Bennett,Dale Benning,DaWight Benson,Larry Bentley,Dave Benton,Travis Berlin,Jerry Bernard,Jim Berry,D. Berry,Jeffery Berry,Tim Berthelson,Ryan Bertrand,Mike Besta,Benny Bethel,Matt Betsher Betts,Elmer Bevis,Bryan Bevis,Eric Bianchino,Ben Bianchino,Bernie Bibbs,Darrell Bibens,Bill Biery,Everett Bietau,Drew Bingesser,Jon Birdsong, Chuck Birkey,Todd Birt,Mitch Bishop,Sean Bivens,Bob Blackmon,Howard Blalock,Adam Bland,Rawshawn Bleidissel,Joe Bleue,Chris Blin,Pete Bliss,B. Bliss,Don Blow,Chad Bluem,Rick Bobbitt,Jerome Bobry,Warren Bodendorfer,Tom Boggess,Bill Boldt,Dan Boles,Randy Boling,Mark Bolt,Curtis Bolz,Tim Bonjour, Marvin Bonner,Nathanie Bono,Joe Bontrager,A.L. Bontreger Boone,Donnie Boots,Mark Bosch Boston,John Boswell,Ben Boswell,Jim Boucher,David Bouchey,Rich Bowen,Dave Bowen,Ralph Bowen,Roger Bowers,Jason Boyd,Dale Boyd,Ken Boyd,Mark Boyd,Rayon Boyd,Richard Boyer,Brad Boyles,Dean Bozic,Leonard Brackenbury,Dam Bradbury,Ryan Braden,Charles Bradley,Greg Brady,Darrin Braves,Chris Braynen,Larry Breen,Bob Brewer,Derek Brewer,Gary Brewster,Pat Briley,Brian Brill,Jordan Brinker,Mark Britain,Carl

2004-06 1981 1981-82 1973-75 1954 1963 1985-88 1985 1962 1969 1983-84 1986-87 1959 2004 1974-75 1984-88 1967-70 2000-03 1962-63 1987 1975-78 1966 1983-86 1947 1964 1983 1992 1981 1960 2000 1947 1946-49 1972-74 1971-73 2005-06 1966-69 1987 1969-71 1955-56 2005-06 1958-61 1955-57 1989 2003-06 1987-90 1972-75 1980 1995 2001-05 1985 1985-87 1983-86 1951 1950-52 2005 1984 1995-99 1962 1992 1964 1980 1980 1980 1983 1973 1952 2003 1969-70 1968-70 1950 1973 1973 1947 1990 2003-06 1946-47 2005-06 1995 1969-72 1953-54 1953-54 2001 1970 1981-82 1980 2001 1990 2006 1950 1966 2006 1995-98 1983-86 1987-89 1981 1969 1993 1974-75 1979-80 1960 1976-79 1990 2003-06 1985-86 1994

Britton,Doug 1989-90 Cassin,Mike 1975-78 Broadnax,Elsbery 1962 Casy 1947 Bronco,Bill 1982 Cathey,Colin 1994-97 Bronson,Michael 1976 Chaill,Matt 1980 Brooks,Bryant 1994 Chamberlain,Jim 1965-68 Brooks,Dan 1976-77 Chamberlain,Scott 1979 Brooks,David 1977-78 Chandler,Leland 1949 Brooks,Eugene 1946-48 Chanley,Ken 1984 Brooks,Gene 1949-51 Chapman,Darrin 1986 Brooks,Matt 1988-89 Chapman,Niels 1985-86 Brooks,Phillip 1987-89 Chapman,Troy 1990 Brown,Chris 2002-06 Chapman,Wesley 1965-68 Brown,Chris 2003-06 Charay,Jay 1993 Brown,Dan 1992-95 Charest,Aaron 1992 Brown,Galen 1986-87 Chastain,Tom 1952 Brown,James 1956 Chavez,Dan 1979 Brown,James 1983 Chestnut,J. 1949-50 Brown,Jerry 1959 Chestnut,R. 1949 Brown,Keith 1978-81 Chiaverini,Mike 1977-81 Brown,L. 1954-55 Chiaverini,Tony 1970-73 Brown,Larry 1960 Childers,Bryan 1992 Brown,Matt 2003-06 Christenson,Rollo 1951-52 Brown,Matt 2003-06 Christian,Robert 1960 Brown,Mel 1961 Churchill ,Larry 1956 Brown,Mike 1986 Cifrino,Tom 1982 Brown,Norman 1952 Clamon,Jim 1968-69 Bruce,Burton 1963 Clancy,Jim 1970 Brumbaugh,Ed 1947-49 Clanton,Jack 1961-63 Brumbaugh,Eldon 1948-50 Clark,Bradlee 1991 Brun,David 1982 Clark,Ed 1972-74 Brunner,Doug 1980 Clark,Jaime 1981 Bruno,Tom 1988-89 Clark,Jay 1978-81 Bruns,David 1976-77 Clark,Joe 1990 Bryan,Anthony 1985-88 Clark,Junior 1952 Bryan,Mike 1989 Clark,Mike 1979 Bryant,Jim 1959 Clark,Steven 1967 Budenbender,Joe 1975 Clarke,Mike 1987 Bull,Nick 2003-06 Clary,Ryan 2002 Buller,Greg 1984 Clay,Clinton 1993 Bullock,Brian 1981 Clay,Ryan 1994-95 Bullock,Gary 1957 Cleavinger,J.D. 1964-66 Bulter,Dwight 1982 Clements,Cabe 1994-97 Burch,Larry 1971 Clemons,Burton 1964-65 Burgardt,Jim 1956 Clifton,James 1947-50 Burgess,Marquet 2002-06 Clifton,Zac 2002 Burgess,Tom 1982-84 Cline,Dustin 2000-01 Burget,Mike 1985-86 Cobb,Terell 2002-05 Burkdoll,Steve 1976-78 Cobelens,George 1976 Burnett,Onan 1946-49 Cobler,Doug 1984 Burns,Albert 1972 Cobler,Larry 1953 Burns,David 1978-79 Cochran 1947 Burns,Fred 1981 Cockerham,Bill 1957 Burt,Doug 1967 Cocolis,Angelo 1964-67 Busby,Joe 1994-98 Coffman,Kevin 1999-2001 Bushee,Robert 1982 Coker,Dave 1988 Buss,Rick 1972 Cole,Brad 2006 Butler,Bill 1967-68 Coleman,DeMarko 1992-95 Butler,Greg 1983 Coleman,James 1974 Butler,Jim 1985-87 Coleman,Keith 1993-96 Butler,Joe 1972 Coller,Josh 2000 Butler,John 1984-85 Coller,O.J. 1971 Butler,Pat 1962 Collins,Bob 1968-69 Butler,Will 1997-1999 Collins,Fred 1985-86 Butler,Zach 1990 Collins,Jim 1984-86 Collins,Martin 1987 Collor,J.T. 1994 C C C C C C 1947 Caby,Ron 1972 Comstock 1948-49 Cage,Preston 1974-77 Concannon,Don 1947 Cahill,Matt 1979-82 Conley 2000 Cain,Clarence 1950-53 Connell,Kipp 1972-73 Calder,Clayton 2006 Conner,Ron 1984 Caldwell,Fred 1989-90 Connor,Mike 1982-83 Caldwell,Keith 1985 Connors,Shawn 1984 Call,Dan 1970-71 Converse,Myron 1977-80 Calmese,Micheal 1990 Conwell,Doug 1999 Camp,Joe 1997-2000 Conwright,Ricky 1981-84 Campbell,Bill 1962 Cook,John 1983 Canady,Burce 1983 Cook,Scott 1979 Cancro,Paul 1983 Cooper,Bill 1969 Canfield,Dan 1995 Cooper,Ron 1989 Canfield,Don 1948-50 Cooper,Todd 1973-74 Caniels,Eric 1982 Coover,Steve 1977-78 Cannon,Tim 1982 Copeland,Mike 1964-67 Cantara,Leo 1969 Copeland,Tom 1957-58 Canzanella,Joe 1971-74 Copp,Joe 1963-66 Caray,Tom 1962-64 Coppola,Chuck 2000-04 Cardoza,Mike 1987-88 Corcoran,Joe 1967 Carlson,Skip 1983 Corfman,Jim 1974-75 Caroccia,John 1983 Cork,John 1957 Carpenter,B. 1951 Cornish,Bill 1953 Carr,Bill 1969 Correll,Ralph 1951-54 Carr,Brad 1969 Cossman,N. 1981 Carr,Reggie 1968-69 Coufal,David 2002-04 Carrier,Mike 1988 Coval,Josh 1986 Carruth,Art 1959-60 Covington,Kevin 1971-74 Carruthers,Chat 1969-71 Cowan,Ed 1983 Carter,Don 1971 Cowan,Kevin 1981-83 Carter,Kyle 2004 Cox,Larry 1949-51 Cartwright,Greg 1976-77 Cox,Wayne 1949-50 Carver,Edgar 1946-48 Crabaugh,Ike 1948 Caryl,Arrow 1991 Crabaugh,Ivan 1967 Caryl,Beau 1992-96 Crable,Clarence 1993 Casey,Brennan 1994-97 Crabtree,Steve 1980 Casey,Guy 1948 Craig,Jeff 1957 Casey,M. 1958 Craig,Jim

Craig,Roy 1975-77 Drowns,John 2002 Franklin,James 1969 Craig,Steve 1978 Dubbert,Bret 2002-04 Frankmore,Tony 1983 Crain,Corey 1999-2003 Dugan,Bryan 1993-95 Franks,John 1989-90 Crane,Jim 1979 Dulaney,David 1994 Fraser,Morley 1946 Craven,Randy 1983-86 Duler,Matt 2004 Frederick,Josh 1999-2000 Crecelius,Denis 1959 Duncan,Bruce 1978 Fredrickson,Jon 1994-96 Criglar,D.D. 1982 Duncan,Chet 1953-54 French,Doug 1975-77 Crijanovic,Ostoja 1993 Duncan,Phil 1975 Frey,Russ 1972 Crimmins,Scott 1987-89 Dunford,D. 1958 Friend,Joey 1988 Cripps,Brent 1974-77 Dunn,Roy 1966 Fromme,D. 1958 Cripps,Bryce 1970-73 Durand,Cal 1959 Frommoethelydo,D.J. 2006 Croft,Joey 1992 Durkin,Chris 2006 Fry,Rich 1968 Croker,David 1987 Durler,Matt 2000-05 Fuemmeler,Brian 1994-97 Croker,Dechram 1986 Dyba,Chris 2004-05 Fuller,D. 1951 Crosby,Guy 1961 Cross,Mike 1994-98 E E E E E E G G G G G G Crouse,Gilbert 1986 Easter,Robert 1983 Gacek,John 1961 Crowder,Rod 1982 Easterberg,Jared 2001 Gaffen,Mitch 1987 Crum,Tulsa 1993 Easton,Jack 1977 Gaines,Franklin 1956-57 Cullinane,Gene 1985-88 Eckert,Bill 1982-83 Galbraith,Barry 1995-1999 Cummings,Kevin 1979-80 Eddy,Bennett 1946 Gallant,Mike 1969-71 Cummings,Nick 1991-94 Eddy,Clarence 1946-48 Gamble,John 1982 Curless,Doug 1975-78 Edmon,Fred 1974-77 Gambrell,James 1982-85 Curry,John 1993-94 Edson,Greg 1985 Gant,Matt 2000-01 Edwards,Allen 1975 Garcia,Earl 1970 D D D D D D Edwards,Jesson 1993 Garcia,Fernando 1978 Dahlstrom,Artie 1975-78 Edwards,Mike 1998-99 Garcia,Fred 1975-76 Dale,Mike 1987 Edwinson,G. 1958 Gardiner,Aaron 2005-06 Dancer,Rick 1976 Eichelberg,Kurt 1972-74 Gardner,Tom 1961-62 Daniels,Eric 1983-84 Eikenberry,Tom 1970 Garey,Merely 1948 Daniels,James 2005 Eisenbarth,Eric 2004-06 Garrett,Chris 2000 Daniels,Steve 1946-48 Ellenbaker,J. 1958 Garrett,Paul 1972-73 Darnell,Craig 1982-83 Elliott,Gary 1971-72 Garrett,Randy 1994 Davenport, Bob 1951-53 Elliott,Ken 1960-61 Gasper,John 1981 Davenport,Dick 1949-50 Elliott,Larry 1956-58 Gaston,John 1953-55 Davey,Randy 1983-84 Elliott,Mark 1980-83 Gaswick,Nathan 2005-06 Davey,Rick 1981-83 Ellis,Wintric 1989 Gatchell 1947 Davey,Rodney 1982 Elston,Terry 1961-63 Gates,Jim 1953-55 Davidson,Steve 1974-77 Elston,William 1960 Gaul,Greg 1992-94 Davidson,T. 1954 Ensign,Stewart 1984-88 Gay,Dan 1971-73 Davis,Billy Ray 1989-91 Epp,Justin 1998-99 George,Jeff 1981 Davis,Dennis 1970 Erwin,Dean 1950-53 Georgeson,Curt 1980-84 Davis,Gerald 1957 Escobar,Augie 1969 Gerstenkorn,Ray 1972-75 Davis,Ron 1979-82 Escobar,Edwin 1969 Gettler,Tom 1983-84 Davis,Ronald 1963 Esposito,Ken 1961-62 Gibson,Brandon 1994 Dawson,Chad 1996-98 Esser,Doug 1994 Gibson,George 1997-99 Day,Ken 1985 Essman,Tony 1981-83 Gibson,J. 1949 Deal,Sean 1991-92 Evans,Bryan 1964 Gibson,Michael 1984-87 Dean,Ron 1992 Evans,Mike 1979-81 Gifford,Forrest 1946-48 DeBonnett,Jack 1961-62 Evans,Richard 1977-78 Gilbert,Millage 1977-80 Dee,Mike 1989 Evans,Steve 1989 Giles,Leroy 1993 Degginger,Tim 1965-68 Evenson,J. 1958 Giles,Ronnie 1986 DeGroot,Tom 1974-77 Ewy,Adam 2004-06 Gilkison,Rich 1966 Deines,Doug 1988-90 Ewy,Adam 2004-06 Gilkison,Tom 1971 Deitz,Jason 1989 Eyerly,Larry 1969 Gillard,Richard 1983 DeKosky,Aaron 2002 Gillen,Phillip 1988 DeLeon,Al 2001-03 Gilliland,David 1957-58 F F F F F F 1978 Gilman,Tom Delgato,Jason 1996-98 Farichild,Joe 1977-79 1977-82 Gilmore,Kent DeLisa,Dino 1983-85 Fass,Aron 1969-72 1992-93 Gilmore,Thomas 1970 Demaree,Bruce 1967 Faudere,Tom 1985-86 Ginavan,Roger Demars,David 2006 Fay,Jim 1951-54 1952 Gipson,Hammond Dempewolf,D. 1951 Feagan,Paul 1986 2000 Gish,Dusty Denham,Keith 1985 Federle,Matt 1997-1999 1972 Gish,L. Dennis,Tim 1966-68 Fenley,Dave 1949 1953 Glaze,Jr.,Ray Dennis,Wade 1986-89 Fenton,Dwight 2000-01 1965-68 Glaze,Ray Denson,Robert 1956-58 Ferrell,Dean 1978 1988-89 Gleisberg,Chris Derda,Paul 1960-61 Ferrell,Pat 1997 2005-06 Gloriod,Mark Derry 1947 Fields,Michael 1989-92 1976-78 Goates,Jeff Devine,John 1984-86 Finesilver,Steve 1979 1950 Goeden,Robert Devins,J. 1949 Fink,Dean 1992-93 1951 Goering,Chris Dewey,Morgan 2002-03 Fink,P. 1997 1985 Goetz,Tom Dickeson,J. 1958 Finney,Aaron 1969 1971-72 Gonzales,Paul Dickinson,John 1972 Finney,Patrick 1991 1947 Gonzales,Rolly Diedrich,Dick 1950 Finson,C. 1998-02 1982-84 Gonzalez,Mike Dietz,M. 1954 Fischer,Brad 2004-05 1993 Good,Mike Dinnell,Kim 1977 Fisher,Jake 1991 1958 Goodin,Bill Ditch,Steve 1991 Fisher,L. 1988-92 1985 Goodknight,Charles 1984-85 Dixon,Lynn 1982 Fisher,Mark 1988-91 Goodrich,Clint 1991 Dobry,Warren 1961 Fisher,Monty 1992-93 Goodsell,Sean 1992 Dodge,Mark 1998-99 Fisher,Myron 1989 Goodwin,Allen 1982 Dolan,Craig 1971 Fisher,Pat 1987 Gordon,Bill 1973 Domann,Chad 1986 Fisher,Scott 1995 Gordon,Chad 1999-02 Domann,Elvin 1964-66 Fisher,Zack 1972 Gordon,Chad 1999-2002 Donaldson,Donnie 1991 Fitch,Greg 1960 Gordon,Nathaniel 1975-77 Donaldson,Gavin 2000 Flack,Dean 1970 Gorsky,Joe 1949-51 Doolin,Chris 1995 Flannegan,Tom 1983-86 Goss,Russell 1955-56 Doonan,Aaron 1995-99 Flannigan,Pete 1980 Gould,Grant 2002-05 Doperalski,Vic 1968 Flatt,Tim 1946-49 Graham,Talmadge 1990-93 Doresy,James 1974 Fletcher,Art 1982 Grahem,Denis 1975 Dougherty,Alan 1985 Fletcher,Robert 1975 Gramling,Kyle 1999 Douglas,Gerald 1984-86 Flood,Don 1958 Granier,Stan 1990 Douglas,LeQuey 1999 Flott,D. 1990-93 Gray,Ben 2003-04 Downey,A. 1949-50 Flowers,Everald 1994-98 Gray,Ben 2003 Downey,Steve 1970 Flowers,Lydell 1991-94 Greco,Frank 1980 Downing,Bill 1962 Floyd,Mike 1982 Green,Jeffrey 1983-84 Downing,Leonard 1984 Floyd,Tony 2004-06 Green,Steve 1969-70 Downs,Bob 1983 Forck,Jake 1981 Green,Steve 1985 Doyle,Tom 1967 Ford,Derrick 1993 Greer,Jason 1995 Dreiling,Dan 1966 Ford,Terell 2000 Gregory 1947 Dreisigaker,Kirk 1995 Foster,Dan 1988 Greig,Alan 1980 Drenth,Troy 1988 Foster,Thomas 1973 Greyno,Ed 1977 Dressman,Alan 1969-71 Foster,Tim 1999-2003 Grice,Tom 1991 Dritlein,Michael 1992-95 Fowler,Kyle 1960 Gries,Steve 1989 Drone,Paul 1992 Francis,Tim 1963-64 Griess,Adam 2002-04 Drosselmeyer,Jim 1957 Franklin,Charles

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Griffin,Eugene 1964 Griffiths,Barry 1985-88 Griggs,Troy 1986 Grim,Kareem 1994 Grindol,Troy 1981-82 Groff,Kent 1975 Grogan,Mike 1974-77 Grogan,Pat 1975-78 Grove,Anders 1998-2001 Gruber,Scott 1992 Grundy,John 1994-96 Gruss,John 1972-75 Gudmundson,Blake 1988-89 Guevara,Raul 1976 Guidetti,William 1983-84 Guido,Tom 1964-65 Guilfoyle,Steve 1976-79 Guiterrez,Jerome 1978 Gunn,Tom 1989 Gurss,Rollo 1949 Gurss,V. 1958 Gutierrez,Jerome 1976-77

H H H H H Hackner,Charles 1967 Haden,Russell 1960 Hagar,Donnie 1977-78 Hagemeister,Chris 2004 Hailey,Ed 1948 Hainline,Bob 1974-77 Hainline,Kyle 2004 Hajek,Grant 2005-06 Hales,Darvin 1968-69 Haley,Dwayne 1987-88 Hall,Gerrad 2000 Hallacy,Tom 1960-61 Halula,Jack 1970-73 Hamilton,Bob 1956-58 Hamilton,Brett 1978 Hamilton,C.J. 1971-72 Hamilton,Cecil 1970-71 Hamilton,Kent 1974-75 Hamilton,Ron 1979-80 Hamilton,Stan 1961 Hamlin,Ken 1964 Hanawalt 1947 Handley,Walt 1975-77 Hanika,Mike 1982 Hanna,Don 1960 Hanson,Lloyd 1983-86 Harden,Darrel 1978 Hardesty,Pat 1971 Hardesty,Steve 1982-83 Harding,Bob 1949 Hardy,Bob 1964 Hardy,Jerry 1963 Hargis,Don 1985 Harman,Jeremy 1999 Harmon,Leroy 1946-49 Harper,Bill 1963 Harper,Tim 1991-92 Harris,Casey 2003 Harris,Dennis 1965 Harris,Deon 1995 Harris,Howard 1994 Harris,Jeff 2003-04 Harris,Jimmy 1996 Harris,Ken 1966-68 Harris,Todd 1998-2001 Harris,Torye 1983-85 Harrison,Rick 1969-71 Harrison,Tom 1959 Harrod, Warren 1953 Hartzell,Ken 1998-2000 Harvey,Aaron 2006 Haselby,J.C. 1983-86 Haskins,Bob 1962 Haskins,David 1975-76 Haskins,Kirk 1989 Hastings,Jim 1974-75 Hastings,Joe 2006 Hastings,John 1977 Hastings,Larry 1955-56 Hatcher,Stanley 1973-76 Hattrup,John 2005-06 Haug,Brad 2005-06 Havel,Ed 1949-51 Havercamp,Jason 1989 Hawkins,Jerry 1976 Hawthorne,Ryan 2005-06 Hawver,Jerry 1960-61 Hay,Terry 1974 Haydock,Shannon 1984-86 Hayes,Earl 1946 Hayes,Joe 1980-83 Hayes,Patrick 1999-02 Haynes,Steve 1975-77 Hays,Earl 1948 Haysaw,Vernon 1986 Hearn,Trent 2003-06 Hearn,Trent 2002-06 Heatherington,Jack 1963 Heatherington,Paul 1963-64 Heck,Ron 1960-63 Heckman,Simon 2003

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Hedger,Jerry Heer,Darren Hefley,David Heims,Bryan Heiniger,Cory Heintzelman,Chris Heinz,Ronald Heller,Dusty Helliker,Paul Helm,Todd Helt,R.D. Hembrough,Shane Hemmerling,Zach Henault,Mark Henderson Henderson,Vic Heniff,Ray Herd,Skip Herman,Kenny Hernandez,Ascension Hernandez,Pepe Herrman,Jack Herrold,Joe Hersh,Jeff Herter,Jeff Hett,Jerod Hickel,Dustin Hickey,Dennis Hickey,Rob Hickman,Joseph Hicks,Aaron Hicks,Cecil Hicks,Kevin Hicks,Ronnie Hight,Ed Hildebrandt,Rick Hilger,Ted Hill,Jeff Hill,Russ Hill,Ted Hilstock,Lee Hinkle,Claude Hinman,Aaron Hinton,Paul Hmielewski,Steve Hobbs,Farrell Hodison,E. Hodnefield,John Hoefer,Troy Hoffman,Chad Hoffman,Gary Hoffman,Tracey Hofstra,L. Hoke,Eric Holberg,Dave Holbrook,Howard Holland,Jim Holliday,Brad Hollomon,Scott Holloway,Dan Holoman,Frank Holsapple,Scott Holt,Alan Holton,Bill Honeyman,Rick Honn,James Honza,Josh Hoobler,Sid Hooks,P. Hopson,Cowan Horn,Brad Houston,Ron Howard,Andrew Howard,Bill Howard,Gale Howard,Jeff Howard,Joe Howard,Steve Howe,Justin Howlett,Scott Hoytal,Joey Hoytal,John Huber,Tom Huelsman,Chris Huenefeld,Cody Huey,Dean Hughes,Larry Hughes,Mike Hull,Sean Hulsing,Nick Humbert,Jim Humphrey,Darryl Humphries,Jack Hunnacutt,Tracy Hunninghake,Mike Hunt Hunter,Dewone Hurla,Brad Hurley,Bob Hurst,David Huske,Ryan Huston,Russ Hutchins,Joel Huttenhoff,Jim Hysaw,Vernon

1959-60 1995-97 1976 1978 1973-75 1991 1970 2003 1982 1982 1981-82 1989 2003-06 1973 1947 1978-80 1965 1970 1960 1959 2002-03 1972 1968 1986 1988-89 1999 2000-05 1982 1992 1985 2003-06 1987-88 1974-75 1974-76 1982-84 1980 2006 1966-69 1970-73 1970 1991-92 1981-82 1993 1977-80 1979 1959-60 1951-54 1972-75 2003 1995-96 1978 1990-91 1947 1989-91 1960 1988-89 2002-05 1983 1983-86 1988-91 1957 1984 1967 1950 1970 1968-70 2000 1971-72 1951-52 2001 1993 1971 1993-97 1958-60 1963 1992-93 1995 1976 1995-96 1986 1995-99 2000-05 1963-65 2001-04 2003-06 1971 1962 1993 1994 1986 1953 2000-03 1946 1983-84 1970-71 1947 1996 1989-90 1969 1990-91 1998-01 1972-74 1969 1956-57 1983-84

Hysten,John

1969 Kidwell,Dennis Kimball,Bob Kime,Chase I I I I I I Iannerelli,Ron 1970 Kincaid,Eric Ibarra,Ray 1975 King,Andre Ingenthron,Kyle 2005-06 King,Charles Ingmire,Mike 1979 Kingman,Dick Ingram,Pat 1962 Kingman,Dick Ingram,Terry 1986-89 Kingston,Kyle Intravartola,Russ 1981 Kinimaka,J.D. Irvin,Claude 1952 Kinney,Greg Iverson,Jake 2006 Kinney,William Iwig,Tim 1978-79 Kippenberger,Mike Kippes,Glenn Kirkdoll,B. Kisselbach,Paul J J J J J J Jackson,Anthony 1983 Kissick,Mark Jackson,Brandon 2005-06 Kitchen,Steve Jackson,Joe 1986 Kitchener,Mike Jackson,Leonard 1991-92 Kjellberg,Earl Jackson,Mark 2001-03 Kleschick,Dave Jackson,Mark 2001-03 Klingensmith,Tracy Jackson,Matt 2000 Knaup,Mike Jackson,Robert 1991 Knight,J. Jacobs,Ben 1999 Knox,Cameron Jacobs,Ben 1999-2000 Knutzen,Justin Jamison,Kent 1963-64 Koch,Jeff Jarcinske,Jack 1990 Koehlar,Doug Jarnigan,Rex 1988-89 Koehn,Matt Jarvis,Bill 1973-76 Kolich,Dean Jeffery,Nolan 1992-95 Konrade,Willie Jelovic,John 1980-83 Koranda,Scot Jenkins,M. 1958 Korte,Gregg Jennings,Bob 1948-51 Kosmala,Bobby Jensen,Bill 1961 Kraisinger,Kip Jensen,Dave 1970-71 Krajicek,Michael Johnson,Bruce 1990 Kramer,Hank Johnson,Carl 1991 Krass,Ed Johnson,Cooper 1971-74 Kraus,Gary Johnson,Dave 1969 Krause,Jacob Johnson,Erland 1959-60 Kresic,Nick Johnson,Floyd 1993 Kruger,Kyle Johnson,John 1952-54 Krupeikis,Len Johnson,John 1994-98 Kuermaier,Brian Johnson,Joshua 2000-01 Kurpeikis,Lenny Johnson,Lathan 1959-60 Kuszak,Shawn Johnson,Mark 1988-90 Johnson,Ryan 2001 L L L L L Johnson,Steve 1984-85 Labin,Nick Johnson,Val 1986 Lacey,James Johnson,Wayman 1979 Ladner,Robert Johnston,Buddy 1994 Lamb,Josh Jones 1950 Lambert,Bryan Jones,Antwaun 1996-00 Lampkins,Tony Jones,Bob 1962-67 Lampson,Chris Jones,Cleveland 1955-57 Lane,Bruce Jones,Doug 1981 Lane,Greg Jones,Gary 1986 Lane,Rob Jones,Jeremy 1995 Lane,Sheldon Jones,K. 1949 Lane,Steve Jones,Ken 1961 Lang,Brian Jones,Mike 1988-89 Lang,Dan Jones,Reggie 1999-2001 Langston,Marc Jones,Robert 1961 Large,Joe Jordan,Ed 1973 Larsen,Eric Jordon 1947 Larsen,Josh Josefsberg,Bill 1970-71 Lasley,John Joyce,Mike 1993-94 Lathrop,Jim Jukes 1947 Laughman,Keith Junk,Mike 1973 Laughon,Mike Lawrence,Dan Lawrence,Eric K K K K K Kabriel,Kyle 2002-03 Lawrence,Jake Kaempfe,Brent 1988 Lawson,Dan Kahler,Kerry 1995 Lay,Brian Kangieser,Ken 1957 Layton,Eric Kaniper,Al 1988-91 Lazarus,Denis Karr,Jim 1971-72 Lebahn,Jake Karras,Jim 1966 Lee,Avery Kasnicka,Bill 1949-51 Lee,B. Katzenmeier,Ron 1962-64 Lee,Cody Kavanaugh,Andy 2004-06 Lee,James Keck,Roy 1949-52 Lee,Walter Keefe,Kevin 1985-86 Leeper,Richard Keeley,Mike 1975-78 Lefebure,Kent Keeth,Richard 1982 Legacy,Warren Keir,Brett 1990-92 Lehman,Cason Keller,Layne 1999 Leiber,Joe Kelley,Bryce 2001-04 Leikam,Doug Kelley,Larry 1968 Leiker,Jeff Kelly,Bryce 2001-04 Leiker,Joseph Kelly,Carlos 1995 Leistikow,Henry Kelly,Dwight 1983 Lemus,Freank Kelly,Joe 1959 Leonard,Bob Kelly,Les 1955-59 Lesniak,Pat Kelly,Pat 1986 Lesser,Bill Kemp,Rod 1981 Lesser,Dode Kendall,Mike 1969 Lesser,Mike Kennard,James 1982 Levi,John Kenney,Dennis 1967-68 Levitt,T. Kent,James 2000 Lewis,Nick Kepfield 1947 Lewis,Trey Kepler,Mark 1972-74 Lewis,Ty Kerns,Will 1994-98 Li Volsi,John Ketter,Chris 2006 Lickhart,Thad

1974 1961-62 1992 1993-94 2004-05 1968 1948 1956-57 1986-87 1986 1980 1983 1961 1964 1958 1964 1984 1982 2000-02 1957 1989-90 1960 1972 1958 2006 2004-05 1993-96 1960 2003 1976 1980-82 1988-91 1988 1995-96 2000-03 2005-06 1973-75 1950-51 1974-75 2004 1983-86 2004 1967 1992-94 1969 2003-04

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2001 1956 1975 2003-05 1988-90 1971 1993 1988 1990-91 1972-73 1984 1959 1995-96 1971 1977 1987 1968-69 2006 1979-81 1969-71 1971 1961-63 1973 2004-06 2002-03 1981-82 1993-95 1977 1958-60 2003-06 1988 1949 1995 1977-80 1957 1972 1972 1969 2001-05 1959 1977 1982-83 2002-05 1956-57 1988-89 1979-81 1992 1960 1963-66 1991 1964 1949 2004 2003-06 2006 1976 1986

Lindley,James Lindquist,John Lindsay,Gary Lindsey,Gary Lindvall,Troy Link,Blaine Link,Chester Link,Shawn Litster,Jack Little,V. Littlejohn,David Llaverias,Federico Llaverias,Fred Lloyd,Donnie Lloyd,Jason Lockard,Art Locke,Darren Lockett,Tyler LoDolce,Dennis Loftin,Chris Logan Logan,Clarence Lombardo,Mike Long,Charles Longhofer,Dick Loomis,Bruce Loomis,James Looney,Josh Lopez,Mike Losey,Dave Lovejoy,Luke Lovelady,Kyle Lowe,John Lowe,Terrence Lower,Chuck Lowrance,Bill Lowrey,Larry Luebbers,Kevin Luedke,Tom Luper,Howard Luttrell,Don Lutz,Mark Lutz,Tim Lybarger,Jason Lyday,Carlos Lydell Flowers Lyle,John

1960 1947-48 1973 1961-62 1996 1992 1991 1988-89 1950 1949 1989 1977 1976-79 1983 1992-95 1951-52 1985 1951-52 1981 1988 1947 1979-81 1980 1957 1955-58 1978-79 1954-56 2003-05 1985 1989-90 1987-88 1999-00 1991 2006 1960 1963 1989 1975 1981-82 1984 1955-57 1981-83 1975 2006 1975-76 1998 1961-62

M M M M M Mabon,David 1976 Mack,Pat 2002-05 Maddox,Bill 1960 Maher,Greg 1974-76 Maher,John 1984 Mahone,Keith 1985 Maim,Brad 1997 Majewski,Ed 1975 Makalous,Ray 1967-71 Malcolm,Will 2004 Malm,Brad 1998 Maloy,Ralph 1969-70 Malsom,Andy 1999 Mangino,Tommy 2005-06 Mann,James 1979-80 Markley 1947 Marney,Greg 1976 Marple,Matt 1988-89 Marquardt,Chuck 1983 Marquart,Andy 1969-71 Marshall,Jason 1995-97 Marshall,Kevin 1988-91 Marshall,Matt 1995-96 Marshall,Thomas 1972-73 Martin 1947 Martin,Gary 1980-81 Martin,Greg 1968 Martin,James 2004-06 Martin,Jason 1995-97 Martin,Steve 1976-77 Martinek,Bob 1946 Martinek,Ron 1978-80 Marvin,George 1970-72 Masenthin,Greg 1976 Mason,Bill 1977 Mason,Bob 1977 Massey,Curtis 2004-05 Massey,Roger 1963 Mather,A. 1951 Matlock,Kevin 1991 Matney,Chris 1989-90 May,Andy 1987 Maydew,Marvin 1964 Mayes,Jonathan 1999-02 Mayo,Dennis 1964-66 McAferty,Elmer 1950-52 McBride,Gene 1967-70 McCall,Shane 1983-86 Mccann,Chris 2002-05 McCann,Chris 2002-05 McCarter,Scott 1975 McCarth,Dave 1970-72 McCarthy,Bud 1961 McCartney,Mike 1983-85 McCarvel,Rob 1982-83 McClelland 1947

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McClelland,Arnold 1957 Mcclendon,Terrell 2004 McConnell,Bud 1961 McConnell,Dick 1950 McCord,Reginald 1974 McCormick,Gary 1968-69 McCormick,Kevin 1969-71 McCormick,Spencer 1969 McCourt 1947 McCoy,Irv 1970-71 McCoy,Irvin 1967-68 McCoy,Mike 1976-77 McCrary,Mike 1972 McCrite,Pat 1965-66 McCrumb,Jerry 1985 McCullough,Mark 1983-85 McDaniel,Tim 1990-92 McDermott,Richard 1978 McDonald 1947 McDonald,M. 1951 McDonald,Tony 1983-86 McGhghy,Todd 1990-91 McGivern,John 1979-82 McGlinn,Don 1972-74 McGlone,Jerry 1972 McGovern,Brian 1985-86 McGreevy,Mike 1983-86 McHenry,Tom 1946-47 McIntyre,Gary 1963 McIntyre,Kerry 1976-78 McKenna,Dave 1961 McKernan,Ed 1955-57 McKinley,John 2002-03 McKinney,Gene 1950 McKinney,J. 1951 McLean,Ed 1981-82 McLeod,Ricky 1971 McLin,Marshall 1957 McMahan,N. 1954 McMichael,Craig 1951-52 McNabb,Phil 1981 McNally,James 1987 McNeal,Colon 1998-01 McShane,Chuck 1968 McVay,Roger 1979-81 Meacham,Jeff 1981 Meads,Bob 1946-47 Medill 1947 Medill,Mike 1975-78 Medill,Ric 1980 Meehan,Matt 1995 Megahan,Dave 1964 Mehhof,Craig 1976 Meier,Chris 1994 Meikel,Larry 1973-74 Mejinez,Miguel 1993 Mellen,Bruce 1985-88 Mellor,John 1975 Melvin,Duane 1946-49 Mengarelli,Greg 1985 Menke,Gary 1984 Merrell,Matt 1983-84 Merriman,Chris 1983-84 Messersmith,Greg 1978-80 Metcalfe,John 1992 Meter,Brent 2005-06 Metzger 1950 Meyer,Blake 2000-04 Meyer,Carl 1972 Meyer,Joe 1980 Meyer,Quentin 1994 Meyer,Russell 1962 Meyers,Troy 1985 Meza,Dustin 1995-96 Middendorf,Bill 1980-83 Miffleton,Larry 1972-74 Mikaelian,Alex 1983-86 Mike Stackpole 1998 Mikesic,Dave 1962 Mikinski,Steve 1976 Miles,Shane 2004-05 Miller 1947 Miller,Brett 1992-93 Miller,Chad 1991 Miller,Craig 1972-73 Miller,Curt 1960-63 Miller,Devin 2004 Miller,Gene 1963 Miller,John 1991-92 Miller,Ken 1949 Miller,Marcus 2005-06 Miller,Marcus 2002-03 Miller,Maurice 2005 Mills,Dale 1958-61 Milner,Marc 1982-85 Minikwu,Taurence 2002-04,06 Minnick,Charles 1955-57 Minnifield,Lawrence 1990 Mitchell,Bob 1972-73 Mitchell,Jeff 1980-81 Mnich,Michael 1983-84 Moats,Craig 1972 Moller,Josh 2006 Molter,Todd 1984 Montgomery,Marlon 2002

Moore,Allen 1990-91 Moore,Mike 1979-81 Morales,Jose 1987 Moran,Rickard 1985 Morano,Joe 1971 Morese,John 1981 Morgan,Cory 1994-95 Morgan,James 1967 Morgan,Joshua 2000-01 Morgan,Michael 1973-75 Morris,Evan 1981 Morris,Terron 1983 Morris,Zachery 1986 Morrison,Lonnie 1962-63 Morrow,Dennis 1961 Morton,Mark 1978-79 Mosley,Ra’Shawn 2003-06 Mouhourtis,Mike 1982 Moyer,Dustin 2003-06 Mueller,Bill 1962 Muir,Ben 2005-06 Mulcahy,Casey 1998-2000 Mulcahy,Conor 2000 Mun,Percy 1962 Munson,Larry 1983 Munson,Russell 2004 Murphy,Dave 1986-88 Murphy,John 1970 Murray,Andy 1992 Murray,Dave 1970-71 Murray,Jim 1980 Murrell,Ken 1960-61 Muxlow,Paul 1969 Myers,Anthony 1977 Myers,Brooks 2002-03 Myers,D. 1958 Myers,James 1996 Myers,Lawrence 1956 Myers,Troy 1986

N N N N N Nachbar,John 1974 Nall,Jerry 1983-86 Nally,Zac 1999-2001 Napaver,Matt 1971 Naramore,Nick 2000 Nardella,Marc 1995-99 Nathan Schmidt 1998 Neaderhiser,Tim 1998 Neal,Aaron 2003-06 Neal,Dave 1971-72 Neal,Mychael 2004 Neely,Kurt 1988-89 Neely,Matt 2004-05 Nehf,Steve 1980-81 Nelson,Bobby 2002 Nelson,Chuck 1953-55 Nelson,Jon 1988 Nelson,Kent 1980 Nelson,Niles 1951-52 Nelson,Zeb 2000-01 Newbery,Keith 1994-97 Newell, Max 1953 Newman,Dan 1983 Newsom,David 1988-89 Ney,Dick 1959-60 Nichels,Woody 1974-76 Nichols,Blake 2003-04 Nichols,Rick 1982 Nickel,Joel 1992 Nickel,Todd 1985 Nickels,Woody 1973 Nightengale,Ja 2001 Nilles,Gus 1946-47 Noblitt,Bob 1963-64 Nolder,Ralph 1966 Noller,Gabe 1995 Noot,Dave 1989-92 Norman,Larry 1989 Norstrom,Eric 1994 Norway,Ron 1961 Nowicki,Fred 1963 Nuss,Larry 1959 Nyfeler,R. 1958 Nyp,Nicholas 2002 Nypaver,Matt 1972 O O O O O O’Brien,J.T. 1991 O’Connor,Joe 1962 O’Donnell,Larry 1985 O’Leary,Matt 2005 O’Neil,James 1946-47 O’Neill,Andy 1976-80 O’Rear,Ronny 1963 O’Sullivan,Pete 1974-76 Oczko,Arthur 1994 Odupitan,Mike 2002-05 Ogle,Bob 1960-61 O’Hara,Bymer 1995-98 Ohmes,David 1971-72 Oland,David 1986 Olsen,Lincoln 1996 Olsen,Paul 1946 Olson,Tony 1983


O’Neal,Joe Opara,Mark Oroke,Roger Ortiz,Dana Ortiz,Tom Orton,Jim Otting,Eric Otwell,Clayton Owen,John Owens,Don Oyler,Gary

1991-93 2004-05 1962 1984 1957 1969-71 1985-88 2000-03 1981 1961 1962

1964 1987-90 1981 1979-80 1968-70 1952 1967 1980-83 1961-62

Q Q Q Q Q Quinn,M. 1958 Quinones,Eduardo 1983-84 R R R R R Rabon,Loren 1962 Ragland,Maurice 1992-95 Ragusaa,J. 1951 Rahmeyer,Dave 1980 Rainer,Brandon 1998-01 Ramirez,Bobby 1991-92 Ramsey,Ben 2006 Ramsey,Steve 1970-73 Randzio,Anthony 1983 Ratto,Greg 1989 Rauschelback,Jerry 1980 Ray,Blake 2001 Rayford,Lorenz 1986-87 Redd,Blake 1988-91 Redd,Franklin 1983-84 Redmond,Brent 1984 Reed,Damon 1991 Reed,Dwayne 1973 Reed,John 1959-60 Reedy,Dennis 1981 Reese,Eryc 1992-95 Regini,Kevin 1983 Reichart,Jerry 1946-49 Reichert,Neil 1946 Reid,Anthony 1989-90 Reid,Larry 1947-48 Reilley,Dave 1966-68 Reilly,Dan 1989 Reininger,Chad 1979-80 Reitz,Randall 1991 Remais,Ted 1997-2000 Remboldt,Dan 1982-84 Remboldt,Mark 1981-84 Remington,Scott 1975 Renner,Marv 1967-69 Reppart,J. 1951 Reuter,Buck 1997-2000 Reynolds,Greg 1990-91 Reynolds,Marcus 1991 Rhinehart,Casey 1995-99 Rhodd,Brian 1990 Rice,Kiley 1991-94 Richards,Dean 1987 Richardson,J.J. 1999 Rickard,Jeff 2004-06 Rickel,Cleon 1972 Rickel,Dan 1960 Rickel,Virgil 1958-59 Ridgeway, Ed 1953 Rigby,Scott 1988-91 Rigby,Shawn 1988-89 Rigenberg,Dave 1968 Righter,Jake 2005 Ringwood,Bruce 2006 Robertson,Wade 1957 Robinson,Leroy 1958-61 Robinson,Stevie 1982 Robyak,Bob 1962-63 Rock,Dick 1948 Roda,Doug 1960 Rodden,Jim 1976-79 Rodee,Tim 1972 Roepke,Bob 1970-71 Roessler,Dan 1993 Roether,Jeff 1972-73 Rogan,Don 1971 Rogers,Jerry 1946-49 Rogers,Lenny 1962-64 Rogers,Pat 1998-99 Rogers,Richard 1971-72 Rogers,Trent 1984-84 Rogers,W. 1958 Rogge,Jim 1957 Rohr,Darrin 1985-86 Rolfe,Dan 1980 Roman,Mickey 1964-66 Ronan,Bill 1976 Roscetti,Pete 1963-64 Rose,Monte 1969-70 Rose,Shawn 1986-87 Rosenstengle,Rick 1983 Ross,Jason 2000-01 Rosson,Loren 1962 Roth,Eric 1999-02 Roth,John 1971 Roubison,Jeremy 1998 Roy 1947 Roy,Mike 1978-81 Rozario,Brandon 1995 Rozwick,Jeff 1991

Rucker,Andy Ruder,Dave Runte,John Rupert,Dave Rupert,Jim Russell,Joey Russum,Jim

1995-97 1988-91 1981-82 1982-83 1946-49 2006 1959-60

S S S S S S Sabel,Connor 2003-06 Sabel,Rick 1975 Saia,Shawn 1979-81 Sailer,John 1962-66 Samarri,Mark 1975-79 Sample,Dale 1970-71 Sandusky,Tom 1972 Sankavadana,Sakornrat 1974 Sapp,Willie 1995-97 Sardo,Jim 1981 Sargent,Dan 1995 Sarkesian,Mike 1978 Saucier,Ralph 1981-82 Sawyer,Dean 1946-47 Sawyer,Jerry 1965-68 Scago,Frank 1968 Schaefer,Jacob 1956 Schamaun,Nick 2006 Scharnhorst,Todd 1988-90 Schartz,Joe 1993-96 Schartz,Kyle 1975 Schembri,Larry 2000-01 Scherzer,Pat 1962-65 Schlegel,Tim 1983-84 Schlyer,John 1964 Schmanke,G. 1958 Schmanke,Ken 1984-87 Schmidt,Mayo 1975-78 Schmidt,Nathan 1998-99 Schmieder,Larry 1984 Schmille,Luke 1978-82 Schmitt,Steve 1977-80 Schneider,Dan 2004-06 Schneider,Jeff 1995 Schoo,Steve 1980 Schrader,Don 1949 Schroeder,Darin 1997-2000 Schroeder,Nathan 1999 Schroeger,Mike 2001-02 Schuckman,Luke 2006 Schuerman,Tyler 1999-04 Schuler,Brody 2006 Schultz,Greg 1982 Schultz,John 1967 Schultz,Larry 1978 Schuster,Steven 2004-06 Schutter,Bob 1953 Schutter,Matt 1982-83 Schwarz,Bob 1969 Schwarz,Bret 1983-84 Schwerdt,J. 1955 Scollieri,Tony 1994-97 Scott,Jeff 2002-05 Scott,Mark 2004-06 Seals,Rory 1992-94 Seaman,Dennis 1969 Searcy,Bob 1982-84 Seidel,Jim 1954-59 Seidl,Carl 1971 Seiler,Greg 1997 Senn,H. 1949 Senogles,Brent 1994-98 Serbick,M. 1949-51 Severs,Greg 1978 Seymour,Jim 1959-62 Shaeffer,J. 1955 Shanahan,Marcus 2005-06 Shank,Gary 1957 Shanks,Mik 1983-87 Sharp,Brett 2002-03 Sharp,Ed 1948 Shaver,Drew 2005 Shaw,Bob 1953-54 Shaw,Bret 1984-86 Sheahon,Mike 1975-78 Sheble,Frank 1959-60 Sheehan,Steve 1986-88 Sheffield,Adrian 1983 Shelinbarger,Bob 1965-67 Shelinbarger,Leon 1960-63 Shelinbarger,Marv 1970 Shelingbarber,Bob 1964 Shelite,Heath 2005-06 Shell,Larry 1957 Shelton,Chris 1993 Shepherd,Mike 1984 Shields,Bob 1946-48 Shields,Brett 1981 Shirley,Donnovan 1990-93 Short,Ben 1979-82 Shorter,James 1986 Showalter,Gary 1970-71 Sias,Alex 1977-80 Sica,Robert 1983 Sigg,Aaron 1992-94 Silovsky,Paul 1981-84

Silva,David Silver,Jim Simecka,Jay Simmons,Chris Simpson,Anthony Simpson,Charles Simpson,Ken Sims,Gary Sims,Roy Sipotz,Mike Sisk,Scott Sissom,Sam Sjostedt,Dana Sloan,Jeff Slusser,Troy Small,Keith Small,Mark Smith Smith,Avery Smith,Avery Smith,Bob Smith,Brian Smith,Clay Smith,Corey Smith,Dan Smith,Darold Smith,David Smith,Erik Smith,Jeremy Smith,Jermaine Smith,Neal Smith,Nick Smith,Ralph Smith,Ralph Smith,Ray Smith,Rick Smith,Rod Smith,Sharpe Smith,Stuart Smith,Travis Smith,Travis Smith,Troy Smith,Wally Smith,Wesley Snedegar,Mike Snedegar,Rick Snider,Paul Snodgrass,Wendell Snyder,C. Snyder,Cody Soetaert,Richard Sonte,Monte Soucy,Bob Southard,Dave Speer,Dan Spellerberg,Bill Spence,Jim Spies,Wade Spiker,Kerry Sprouse,Chuck Stackpole,Michael Stadler,Jerry Stadler,Rick Stalker,Norman Stambaugh,Don Stanchfield,Colby Standiferd,Lin Stanfield,Jim Stanhope,Bill Stanhope,Jason Stanley,Trent Stansbury,Bill Stansbury,Cliff Starbuck,Clifford Starbuck,Larry Starbuck,Mike Starbuck,Scott Stark,Kevin Startton,Mark Stattelman,A.J. Stauffer,John Stedman,Troy Steele,C. Steen,George Stegman,Steve Stein,Gerald Steinbock,Jay Steinle,Brad Steinmeyer,D. Stenzel,Greg Stepps,Trent Stevens Stewart,Don Stewart,Kris Stice,Greg Stindt,Bruce Stokes,Zuri Stone,Eugene Stone,Monte Stones,Brent Stous,Kevin Stous,Roger Strand,Brian Stratton,Marc Strimple,Clyde

1979-82 1976-79 1990 2000-02 1992-93 1975 1954-57 1974-76 2005-06 1963-66 1994-98 2002-06 1970 2003-05 1984-88 1993-94 1983-85 1947 2001-02 2001-02 1953-54 1981-82 1983-84 1991 1994-97 2000-03 1977 1993-94 1992-93 1999-01 1995-96 2000-02 1961-62 1972 1969-71 1974-75 1982 1950 1981-82 1996-98 2000-01 1994 1952 1971 1969-70 1970 1993-94 1993-94 1949 1998-01 1970 1975 1953-54 1966 1974 1969 1990 1995 1974-75 1979-80 1997-99 1959 1979 1956-58 1953-54 1995 1970 1994 1966-67 2000 2006 1954-57 1951-54 1956 1958-61 1961 1984-86 1979-80 1980 1995-96 1972-73 1986-87 1951 1972-75 1993-94 1952 1981 1982-83 1949 1988-89 2006 1947 1969 1998-99 1968 1984-88 1993-96 1983 1974 1996-97 1986 1982-83 2004-06 1981 1947-50

Stringer,Joe 1982-84 Tyree,Brian 2003 Strommen,Pal 1987 Stroud,Don 1951-54 U U U U U Stroud,Keith 1981 Ulsh,Ray 1949-50 Stuart,Jime 1977 Underwood,Terry 1972 Stubblefield,Mike 1999-2000 Ure,Larry 1970 Stuckey,Calvin 2003-05 Stuke,Jim 1964-67 V V V V V V Su’e,Rudy 2004-05 Vacek,Ed 1984-85 Suggs,Ron 1986-87 Vail,Glenn 1970 Sullivan,Tom 1967 Valburg,Tony 1983 Summers,Jeff 1990 Valcour,Doug 1970 Summerville,Steve 1979 Van Allen,Peter 1971-74 Sutherland,Kent 1964 Van Riper,Lee 1969-71 Sutter,John 1965 Van Sickle,Mike 1982-86 Svoboda,Nick 2004 Vandiver,David 1983 Swafford,Don 1976 Vann,Ben 2005 Swanson,Rodger 1990-91 Vaughn,Marcus 1981 Swart,Jeff 1971 Verser,Robin 1974 Swartz,Norman 1956 Vigliante,Chuck 1983 Swietek,Tim 1980-84 Vistine,Ian 2006 Swingle,Brien 1993 Voelker,Rodney 1964 Swirles,Chris 1995-97 Voelker,Ted 1971 Swisher 1947 Voights,Jim 1959-60 Swyden,Forrest 1980-81 Voorhees,Gary 1987 Symington,Chirs 1983 Votypka,Will 1991 Vughn,Jason 1981 T T T T T T Tacca,Steve 1983-85 W W W W W Talley III,Henry 2002-06 Wabby,Jim 1964 Tangye,Chris 1995-1999 Wade,Darren 1988 Tangye,Chris 1998-99 Wagenknecht,Scott 1991 Tarwater,Kyler 1986 Waggamann,Pat 1963-64 Tate,John 1976 Wagner,Dan 1974-77 Tatum,Eric 2000-02 Wagner,Richard 1975 Tauscher,Doug 1980 Wagner,Steve 1969-71 Taylor,Bret 2001 Wahl,Bill 1973 Taylor,Bret 2001-02 Waldo,Bill 1964 Taylor,Chad 2003-04 Walker,Aaron 1983-86 Taylor,Charles 1967 Walker,Brandon 2004-06 Taylor,Clarence 1974-77 Walker,Danny 2003-04 Taylor,Eric 2000-03 Walker,James 1985 Taylor,George 1988 Walker,Shawn 1995 Taylor,Jeff 1981-82 Walker,Wayne 1971-74 Taylor,Preston 1997-2000 Wall,Dick 1967-68 Taylor,Thadd 2006 Wallace,Bob 1964-65 Teddy,Jason 1994-95 Wallerstedt,Jim 1962 Templar,Joe 1949 Wallick,Bill 1952 Tenbrink,Todd 1994-97 Walsh,Bill 1971 Terhune,Andy 2002 Walstrom,Jeff 1997-98 Terrell,Fletcher 2003-06 Walters,Jason 2000 Terrell,Steven 2001 Waltz,John 1973 Terry,Doug 1988 Wandix,Dashiell 1986-89 Tetuan,Jarod 2003-06 Wapp,Mike 1972 Thatch,Alex 1983 Warner,Tom 1951-52 Theil,Wally 1964 Warren 1947 Theis,Ron 1965 Warren,Donald 1982 Thogmartin,Russell 1979-82 Warren,Israel 1986 Thomas,Billie 1970 Warren,Robert 1972-75 Thomas,Chris 1990-91 Warrick,Wes 1980-82 Thomas,Erik 2006 Washington,Brandon 1991 Thomas,Fred 1974-76 Watkins,Zach 2005-06 Thomas,Toby 1994 Watson 1947 Thomas,Tyler 2000 Watts,Tim 2000-03 Thompson,Craig 1981 Webber,Grant 1993-96 Thompson,Justin 2002-03 Weber,Ben 2000 Thompson,Ted 1952 Weddle,Mark 1994 Thompson,Theopolious 1973 Weeks,Scott 1979 Thorne,Mark 1975 Weigel,Steve 1968-69 Thornhill,James 1990-93 Weinbrecht,Mike 1963-66 Thursby,Ben 2001-04 Weinkoetz,Eric 1988 Tialdo,Ron 1966 Weisbeck,Rick 1979 Tice 1947 Weisert,Don 1994 Tidwell,Edgar 1964 Weissbeck,Jim 1978-80 Tiesing,Rodger 1963-66 Weissbeck,Rick 1980 Tillman,Harold 1986-87 Weixelman,Paul 1975 Tilton,Rich 1969 Welch,Mike 1983-86 Tinklin,Cory 2002 Welcher,Robert 1956 Toby,Adam 2000-03 Wellman,Jack 1964-66 Todd,Chad 1996-2000 Wells,Joe 1990-92 Todd,Joey 2000 Wells,Russ 1994 Toelkes,Mike 1962 Wenstrand,Eldon 1983-84 Toews,Shane 1994 Werner,Bob 1976 Tomassi,David 1999-01 Wert,Chuck 1969 Tomassi,Jason 1999 West,Bob 1949-50 Tomlinson,Bruce 1971-72 West,Dan 1965-68 Tompkins,Bob 1971-72 Western,Jim 1976 Torrez,Josh 2006 Westgate,Mike 1969-72 Tossie,Sam 2005-06 Wheat,Todd 1992 Towner,Galen 1969-70 Wheeler,Derrick 1999 Toy,Paul 1983 Wheeler,Kevin 1995-99 Trice,Ray 2006 Whiffen,John 1957 Trice,Robert 1992 Whitbeck,Bob 1970 Trice,Russel 1985 White,Charles 1964-66 Trimble,Tony 1989 White,D. 1951 Trump,Bryce 2005-06 White,George 1978 Tsaffaras,Andy 1985-86 White,Lincoln 2005-06 Tubbs,C. 1949 White,Ryan 1991 Tucker,Rick 1981 White,Sam 1977 Tucker,Terry 1956 Whited,Greg 1981 Turek,Danny 1991-92 Whitehead,D. 1951 Turner,Jack 1970 Whiteman,Keith 1961 Turner,Larry 1983-85 Whiting,William 1983 Twombley,Adrian 1993 Whitt,Rick 1967-68 Tyler,Jesse 1989-90 Whittington,Law 2000

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Whittle,Chris 1997-2001 Whitwam,Todd 1982 Wickliffe,Lewis 1982 Wickstrum,Keith 1969 Wicox,C. 1947 Wieigers,Rich 1963 Wiemers,Dave 1989-90 Wier,Allan 1992 Wilcots,Craig 1987 Wilcox,Winfield 1946 Wiley,Dan 1984 Wiley,Doug 1983 Wiley,William 1983-84 Wilhoite,Michael 2005-06 Wilkinson,D. 1954 Williams,Bill 1976 Williams,Billy Dee 1994 Williams,Cary 2005-06 Williams,Chuck 1990-91 Williams,Clarence 1997-2000 Williams,Curtis 1986 Williams,Daina 1993 Williams,Dick 1952-53 Williams,Earl 1986 Williams,Forrest 2002-04 Williams,George 1983 Williams,Jr.,Charles 1956 Williams,Kevin 1985-86 Williams,Les 1986-90 Williams,R. 1949 Williams,Tom 1970-72 Williamson,Jim 1965 Williamson,Terry 1974 Willis,Frank 1952-55 Willis,Tony 1972 Wilson,Bob 1946 Wilson,Brian 2000-01 Wilson,Dan 1997-2001 Wilson,Les 1952 Wiltse,Marty 1977 Wimpy,Jeff 2001-03 Wincox,Winfield 1948 Winkelbauer,Tim 1977 Winslow 1950 Winston,Rodger 1995-96 Winter,Josh 1997-98 Wischmeyer,Scott 1987 Wisinger,Terek 2006 Wiskoski,Ed 1963 Witham,Joe 1984-85 Wittman,Gavin 1983 Wofford,Beau 2005-06 Wolff,Billy 1997-2001 Wolosuk,Mike 1987 Womack,Jeff 2003-04 Wonderly,Jeff 1994-95 Wonnell,Dave 1994-95 Wood,James 1998 Woodberry,L. 1949 Woodridge,Larry 1963 Woodruff,Dick 1947-49 Woods,Harold 1979-81 Works,Bruce 1949-50 Worrel,Scott 1983 Wrecke,Brennan 1995-96 Wrecke,Garrett 1999-00 Wrecke,Justin 1994-97 Wright,Brad 1973 Wurth,Mike 1971 Wyatt,Bob 1966 Wyatt,Derrick 1982

Y Y Y Y Y Y Yager,Gary 1972-75 Yager,Mark 1976 Yager,Tab 2005 Yaria,Joe 1966 Yaws,Jay Jay 1981-82 Yeoman,Gene 1946 Youman,Wayne 1994-95 Young 1947 Young,Cage 1992 Young,David 1995 Young,Derek 1999-2002 Young,Edmond 1969 Young,Tramaine 2003-04 Z Z Z Z Z Z Zandevakili,Andre 2000-03 Zanella,Ronald 1970 Zeil,Bruce 1984 Zeller,Dave 1976 Zimmer,John 1986-87 Zlatnik,Alan 1978 Zwiener,Michael 1990 Note: Every effort has been made to accurately list former players. Please contact the Washburn Sports Information Office for any adjustments. Additionally, starting before the 2005 season,newcomers were not added to the roster list until their second season with the Ichabods.

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P P P P P P Padilla,A. 1949-50 Palace,John 1946-47 Palecki,Scott 1991 Palenske,Fred 1980-82 Palensky,James 1983 Paquette,Scott 1988 Parish,Ralph 1952 Parker,Josh 1993-96 Parmet,Mark 1994 Parr,LeRoy 1983 Parsons,Greg 1979 Parsons,Mike 1991 Pascek,Vince 1988 Pasley 1947 Patterson,A.J. 2003-05 Patterson,Dick 1957-60 Patterson,Pearl 1957 Pattison,Ty 1995 Pavlis,John 1966-70 Payne,Brett 2006 Payne,Tyree 2004 Peacock,Wayne 1991-92 Pearman,Phillip 1986 Peck,Kevin 1993-95 Peel,Brian 2000-2003 Peer,G. 1958 Pennington 1947 Peoples,Ira 1995-98 Percy,G. 1954-55 Perkins,Jerry 1960-63 Perkins,John 1986-87 Perkins,Scott 1994 Perry,Bill 1961 Perry,Herbert 1975 Perry,Ken 1959-60 Perry,Mike 1978-81 Perry,Tyler 2003 Petefish,David 1993 Peterson,Gary 1958-61 Peterson,Pete 1950 Peterson,Vincent 1976 Pettengill,Michael 1989 Pettey,Gene 1970-72 Pettway,Charles 1962-63 Peyton,Darrell 1952-57 Peyton,John 1959 Pfannenstiel,Bob 1961-62 Phillips,Clay 1985-88 Phillips,J.R. 2001-02 Phipps,Corey 1997-2001 Pickens,Frank 1963-64 Pierce,Derrick 1988-91 Pierce,Gabe 2004 Pierce,Kevin 2001-03 Pierce,Kyle 1981-82 Pilars,Ed 1982 Pinkard,Bill 1967 Pintozzi,Joey 1995 Piper,Craig 1980 Pippens,Quince 1984-85 Pitcher,Camron 1991-92 Pitchford,Jamin 1995 Pitckett,Allen 1976 Pitsch,David 1979-81 Podojil,Brad 1992-94 Podzielny,Steve 1983-85 Poindexter,Ed 1986-87 Poke,John 1972-74 Pokrywka,Steve 1979-81 Poling,Jeremy 1994-95 Pollock,Steve 1978-79 Pollom,Joe 1946-48 Polson,David 1990 Pool,Howard 1952-53 Pooley,Michael 1988-89 Popejoy,Don 1957-58 Potter,Kirk 1991-94 Potter,Tony 1987 Potts,Jeremy 1998-01 Powell,Allan 1980-81 Powell,Rex 1967 Powell,Travis 2000 Powers,Drameagon 2005-06 Powers,Fred 1988 Powers,Tim 1995-96 Poynter,A.C. 1982-83 Pratt,J. 1947 Prevatt,Jim 1959 Price,John 1979 Price,Kent 1979-80 Prince,Don 1967-69 Pringel,Jim 1973

Prochaska,Dave Prochazka,Dan Prothe,Eric Pryor,Brady Ptacek,Ed Ptacek,Michael Pudliner,Albert Pulliam,John Pusateri,John


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Washburn

Year WU Coach Record PCT CONF 1891 Unknown 1-4-0 .200 • 1892 Unknown 0-2-0 .000 • 1893 Unknown 1-0-0 1.000 • 1894 W.M. Gains 3-1-0 .750 • 1895 No Record of Games Played 1896 W. Griffith 6-1-1 .813 • 1897 Paul Coldren 7-1-0 .875 • 1898 Paul Coldren 4-0-1 .900 • 1899 William Medford 2-5-2 .333 • 1900 Ben Owen 6-2-0 .750 • 1901 Lawrence Banks 3-2-3 .563 • 1902 H. Ward Page 3-4-0 .429 • 1903 A.R. Kennedy 7-0-1 .938 • 1904 John Outland 7-2-0 .778 • 1905 John Outland 7-3-0 .700 • 1906 Garfield Weede 8-1-3 .792 • 1907 Garfield Weede 8-0-0 1.000 5-0-0 1908 Garfield Weede 4-5-1 .444 • 1909 Robert Stewart 4-4-0 .500 • 1910 Robert Stewart 4-4-0 .500 • 1911 William Lloyd Driver 3-5-1 .389 • 1912 William Lloyd Driver 5-3-0 .625 • 1913 Glen Gray 3-3-2 .500 • 1914 Glen Gray 5-3-0 .625 • 1915 Glen Gray 2-5-1 .313 • 1916 A.R. Kennedy 3-6-0 .333 • 1917 A.R. Kennedy 2-6-2 .300 • 1918 Ernest Bearg 4-1-0 .800 • 1919 Ernest Bearg 7-1-1 .833 • 1920 Dwight Ream 5-2-3 .650 • 1921 Dwight Ream 3-5-1 .389 • 1922 G.D. Vosburg 1-7-0 .125 • 1923 George Woodward 0-8-2 .100 • 1924 George Woodward 2-7-0 .222 • 1925 George Woodward 2-4-1 .357 • 1926 George Woodward 3-4-1 .438 • 1927 Roy Wynne 1-7-0 .125 • 1928 Roy Wynne 2-7-0 .222 • 1929 Ernest Bearg 5-6-0 .455 • 1930 Ernest Bearg 7-2-0 .778 • 1931 Ernest Bearg 7-3-0 .700 • 1932 Ernest Bearg 6-3-1 .650 • 1933 Ernest Bearg 4-6-1 .409 • 1934 Ernest Bearg 2-5-1 .313 • 1935 Ernest Bearg 4-6-0 .400 • 1936 Elmer Holm 2-6-1 .278 • 1937 Elmer Holm 0-10-0 .000 • 1938 Elmer Holm 6-3-0 .667 • 1939 Elmer Holm 6-4-0 .600 • 1940 Elmer Holm 4-6-0 .400 • 1941 Elmer Holm 5-2-2 .667 • 1942 Bob Raugh 1-6-0 .143 • 1943 Bob Raugh 2-4-2 .375 • 1944 Dee Errikson 1-6-0 .143 • 1945 Lew Lane 3-1-0 .750 • 1946 Dick Godlove 6-2-1 .722 • 1947 Dick Godlove 7-1-0 .875 • 1948 Dick Godlove 3-5-1 .389 • 1949 Dick Godlove 7-2-0 .778 • 1950 Dick Godlove 3-4-1 .438 • 1951 Dick Godlove 6-3-0 .667 • 1952 Dick Godlove 4-5-0 .444 • 1953 Dick Godlove 7-1-0 .875 • 1954 Dick Godlove 6-2-0 .750 • 1955 Dick Godlove 6-2-1 .722 • 1956 Dick Godlove 3-6-0 .333 • 1957 Dick Godlove 5-4-0 .556 • 1958 Dick Godlove 4-5-0 .444 • 1959 Ralph Brown 3-6-0 .333 • 1960 Ralph Brown 3-6-0 .333 • 1961 Ralph Brown 3-6-0 .333 1-4-0 1962 Ellis Rainsberger 4-5-0 .444 2-3-0 1963 Ellis Rainsberger 5-4-0 .556 2-2-0

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126 90 81 34 194 47 34 168 183 137 151 124 86 95 115 65 129 95 113 42 47 45 90 212 82 54 37 28 37 16 52 21 51 100 189 101 125 75 37 108 53 38 160 145 137 144 21 52 24 60 138 159 177 249 82 196 143 170 120 185 134 194 131 90 120 115 125 179

PTS 146 80 0 30 50 14 23 91 22 46 123 6 29 83 11 11 104 146 100 99 51 61 77 133 166 107 38 40 63 111 184 124 124 52 97 130 148 110 92 66 67 55 67 103 148 209 160 148 198 69 148 112 223 34 86 56 125 136 120 160 163 46 100 111 163 148 124 156 173 194 207 108


PCT CONF PCT CONFERENCE CHAMPION WU PTS OPP PTS .889 4-0-0 1.000 (1st) CIC WASHBURN 182 53 .278 1-3-0 .250 (4th) CIC Nebraska-Omaha 88 217 .222 1-3-0 .250 (4th) CIC Pittsburg State 87 164 .000 0-4-0 .000 (5th) CIC Nebraska-Omaha 53 302 .222 1-3-0 .250 (4th) CIC Nebraska-Omaha 81 241 .500 3-3-0 .500 Rocky Mountain Northern Colorado 169 234 .625 • • RMAC Pittsburg State 186 161 .500 • • RMAC Northern Colorado 176 151 .400 • • Great Plains Emporia State 166 182 .350 • • GPAC ESU./N. Colorado .725 3-2-0 .625 (3rd) GPAC Northern Colorado 214 162 .500 2-3-0 .400 (T4th) GPAC Northern Colorado 227 152 .600 4-2-0 .667 (4th) Central States Nebraska-Kearney 200 210 .650 4-2-1 .643 (T3rd) CSIC Nebraska-Kearney 268 229 .400 4-6-0 .400 (T7th) CSIC Nebraska-Kearney 208 222 .400 2-5-0 .286 (T7th) CSIC Nebraska-Kearney/PSU 163 193 .200 1-6-0 .143 (T7th) CSIC Nebraska-Kearney 166 321 .300 3-4-0 .429 (T4th) CSIC Pittsburg State 92 215 .100 1-6-0 .143 (6th) CSIC Nebraska-Kearney/PSU 96 248 .800 6-1-0 .857 (1st) CSIC WASHBURN 226 132 .200 2-5-0 .286 (T6th) CSIC Nebraska-Kearney 134 333 .364 2-5-0 .286 (7th) CSIC Pittsburg State 198 266 .727 5-2-0 .714 (T2nd) CSIC Pittsburg State 279 218 .545 5-2-0 .714 (2nd) CSIC Pittsburg State 253 233 .636 5-2-0 .714 (T2nd) CSIC Pittsburg State 291 233 .300 3-7-0 .300 (9th) Missouri Intercoll. Pittsburg State 132 240 .400 4-5-0 .450 (T5th) MIAA Pittsburg State 112 214 .091 1-8-0 .111 (10th) MIAA Pittsburg State 94 304 .200 2-7-0 .222 (8th) Mid-America Intercoll. Pittsburg State 177 341 .000 0-9-0 .000 (10th) MIAA Missouri Southern 171 414 .200 2-7-0 .222 (8th) MIAA Pittsburg State 200 390 .400 3-6-0 .333 (T7th) MIAA Pittsburg State 231 232 .400 4-5 .450 (7th) MIAA PSU/Northwest Missouri 234 241 .273 2-7 .222 (8th) MIAA Northwest Missouri 207 263 .364 3-6 .333 (T6th) MIAA Northwest Missouri 255 347 .545 4-5 .444 (T5th) MIAA Northwest Missouri 283 280 .454 3-6 .333 (6th) MIAA Northwest Missouri 347 309 .272 2-7 .222 (9th) MIAA Pittsburg State 263 400 .272 3-6 .333 (7th) MIAA Northwest Missouri 279 372 .454 3-6 .333 (7th) MIAA NW/MW/CM/ES/PS 284 308 .667 6-3 .667 (3rd) MIAA Pittsburg State 407 368 .750 7-1 .875 (1st) MIAA WASHBURN 430 329 .636 6-3 .667 (4th) MIAA Northwest Missouri 275 180 .471

Washburn Coaching History

Coaching Records Coach (Years) Record W.M. Gains (1894) 3-1-0 W. Griffith (1896) 6-1-1 Paul Coldren (1897-98) 11-1-1 William Melford (1899) 2-5-2 Ben Owen (1900) 6-2-0 Lawrence Banks (1901) 3-2-3 H. Ward Page (1902) 3-4-0 A.R. Kennedy (1903) 7-0-1 John Outland (1904-05) 14-5-0 Garfield Weede (1906-08) 20-6-4 Robert Stewart (1909-10) 8-8-0 William Lloyd Driver (1911-12) 8-8-1 Glen Gray (1913-15) 11-10-3 A.R. Kennedy (1916-17) 5-12-2 Ernest Bearg (1918-19) 11-2-1 Dwight Ream (1920-21) 8-7-4 G.D. Vosburg (1922) 1-7-0 George Woodward (1923-26) 7-23-4 Roy Wynne (1927-28) 3-14-0 Ernest Bearg (1929-35) 35-31-3

Coach (Years) Record Elmer Holm (1936-41) 23-31-3 Bob Raugh (1942-43) 3-10-2 Dee Errikson (1944) 1-6-0 Lew Lane (1945) 3-1-0 Dick Godlove (1946-58) 67-42-4 Ralph Brown (1959-61) 9-18-0 Ellis Rainsberger (1962-64) 17-10 Ed Linta (1965-66) 4-13-1 Bill Schaake (1967-68) 2-16-0 Harold Elliott (1969-70) 10-8-2 Bob Noblitt (1971-73) 12-17-1 Larry Elliott (1974-78) 28-22-1 Gary Hampton (1979-80) 6-14-0 Glenn Jagodzinske (1981-82) 4-16-0 George Tardiff (1983-84) 8-7-0 Larry Elliott (1984-89) 30-29-0 Dennis Caryl (1990-93) 7-32-0 Andy Williams (1993) 0-2-0 Tony DeMeo (1994-01) 31-54 Craig Schurig (2002-pr) 32-25

Winning Percentages

1. John Outland (1904-05) 14-5-0 .737 2. Garfield Weede (1906-08) 20- 6-4 .733 3. Ellis Rainsberger (1962-64) 17-10-0 .630 4. Dick Godlove (1946-58) 67-42-4 .611 5. Ernest Bearg (1918-19; 1929-35) 46-33-4 .578 6. Craig Schurig (2002-pr) 32-25-0 .561 7. Harold Elliott (1969-70) 10-8-2 .550 8. Larry Elliott (1974-78; 1984*-89) 58-51-1 .532 9. Dwight Ream (1920-21) 8-7-4 .526 10. Glen Gray (1913-15) 11-10-3 .521 (minimum of 18 games) *Elliott coached five games in 1984

Victories

1. Dick Godlove (1946-58) 2. Larry Elliott (1974-78; 1984*-89) 3. Ernest Bearg (1918-19; 1929-35) 4. Craig Schurig (2002-pr) 5. Tony DeMeo (1994-2001) 6. Elmer Holm (1936-41) 7. Garfield Weede (1906-08) 8. Ellis Rainsberger (1962-64) 9. John Outland (1904-05) 10. A.R. Kennedy (1903; 1916-17)

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67-42-4 58-51-1 46-33-4 32-25-0 31-54-0 23-31-3 20-6-4 17-10-0 14-5-0 12-12-2

.611 .532 .578 .543 .364 .430 .733 .630 .737 .500

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Year WU Coach Record 1964 Ellis Rainsberger 8-1-0 1965 Ed Linta 2-6-1 1966 Ed Linta 2-7-0 1967 Bill Schaake 0-9-0 1968 Bill Schaake 2-7-0 1969 Harold Elliott 5-5-0 1970 Harold Elliott 5-3-2 1971 Bob Noblitt 5-5-0 1972 Bob Noblitt 4-6-0 1973 Bob Noblitt 3-6-1 1974 Larry Elliott 8-3-0 1975 Larry Elliott 5-5-0 1976 Larry Elliott 6-4-0 1977 Larry Elliott 6-3-1 1978 Larry Elliott 4-6-0 1979 Gary Hampton 4-6-0 1980 Gary Hampton 2-8-0 1981 Glenn Jagodzinske 3-7-0 1982 Glenn Jagodzinske 1-9-0 1983 George Tardiff 8-2-0 1984 Tardiff/Larry Elliott 2-8-0 1985 Larry Elliott 4-7-0 1986 Larry Elliott 8-3-0 1987 Larry Elliott 6-5-0 1988 Larry Elliott 7-4-0 1989 Larry Elliott 3-7-0 1990 Dennis Caryl 4-6-0 1991 Dennis Caryl 1-10-0 1992 Dennis Caryl 2-8-0 1993 Caryl/Andy Williams 0-10-0 1994 Tony DeMeo 2-8-0 1995 Tony DeMeo 4-6-0 1996 Tony DeMeo 4-6 1997 Tony DeMeo 3-8 1998 Tony DeMeo 4-7 1999 Tony DeMeo 6-5 2000 Tony DeMeo 5-6 2001 Tony DeMeo 3-8 2002 Craig Schurig 3-8 2003 Craig Schurig 5-6 2004 Craig Schurig 8-4 2005 Craig Schurig 9-3 2006 Craig Schurig 7-4 TOTALS 475-537-44


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1891

Record: 1-4-0 Coach: Unknown KC YMCA W Baker L Kansas L Kansas L Baker L

1894 8-2 18-28 10-32 10-38 0-46 46-146

Record: 3-1-0 Coach: W. M. Gains Midland W 18-4 Coll. of Emporia W 16-4 Midland W 42-0 Coll. of Emporia L 0-22 76-30 1895 No Record of Games Played

1892

Record: 0-2-0 Coach: Unknown Baker L Kansas L

0-44 0-36 0-80

1893

Record: 1-0-0 Coach: Unknown Topeka High W

W. Griffith (1896) Career WU Record: 6-1-1 In his only season at the helm of the Ichabods, Griffith led the team to a 6-1-1 record.

1896 18-0 18-0

William Gains (1894) Career WU Record: 3-1-0 Gains is the first Ichabod coach on record. He only coached one season at Washburn.

Record: 6-1-1 Coach: W. Griffith Fort Riley T 4-4 Topeka Independents W 28-0 Midland W 32-0 Haskell W 8-6 Midland W 30-0 Kansas Medics W 10-0 Topeka Independents W 14-0 St. Mary’s L 0-40 126-50

Did the Ichabods throw the first forward pass?

When an athlete or team accomplishes a “first” these days, all America can witness as modern technology is capable of bringing it into our living rooms. Firsts which happened decades ago, like who threw the first forward pass, are a little less clear. Many schools – Washburn included – claim to have thrown the first forward pass. Whether Washburn did or not depends on how the implementation of the rule is viewed. Records indicate the first forward pass rule was written by Navy coach Paul Dashiell and became a legal part of the game in 1906. Any forward pass thrown before the official rule would be illegal, and in the researcher’s opinion, not a historical first. Accepting that view prohibits one from believing that the first forward pass was thrown during either a Yale-Princeton game in 1876 or a North CarolinaGeorgia game in 1895, as various documents show. According to Pat Harmon, historian at the National College Football Hall of Fame, the first legal collegiate forward pass was thrown by St. Louis University during a Sept. 5, 1906 game against Carroll College. So we have illegal forward passes before the 1906 rule, and legal forward passes after the rule. But what about a pass thrown during a game designed to test proposed rules changes? That is where Washburn’s claim comes into play. If you believe a “first” can happen during a game testing proposed rules, then Washburn is correct in claiming it threw the first forward pass. The Capper/MRI Quick-Fact Book of Kansas states on page 15: “The first forward pass in football history was thrown in December, 1905, in a football game between Washburn University and Fairmount College.” An article in the Oct. 30, 1935, edition of the Topeka Journal, titled “Washburn played Game 30 years ago testing new grid rules suggested,” reports: “Washburn was in the football spotlight Christmas Day in 1905 when the Ichabods played a postseason game with Fairmount in Wichita to test the proposed rules changes. It was known as the Walter Camp game.” The Kansas Historical Quarterly published an article named “Evans: College Football in Kansas,” which quotes Bliss Isley, who played in the 1905 game: “The first forward pass in history was thrown that afternoon by Bill Davis to Art Solter and was good for a 10-yard gain.” The article goes on to say “Isley said the pass delivery was primitive. Davis heaved the ball with both hands like a basketball player shooting a free throw and wobbled through the air.” From these sources, the researcher concludes Washburn did indeed throw the first forward pass on Christmas Day in 1905 during a game to test a new set of rules. The game in question was not the regular season contest listed in this media guide – in which Washburn prevailed 10-6 – but rather a scoreless tie that is not listed in the 1905 scores.

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Paul Coldren (1897-98) Career WU Record: 11-1-1

Lawrence Banks (1901) Career WU Record: 3-2-3

Coldren was the first Ichabod coach to have back-to-back winning seasons.

Banks recorded the first win for Washburn over Emporia State.

1897

Record: 7-1-0 Coach: Paul Coldren Haskell W 6-0 Topeka High W 6-0 Fort Leavenworth W 8-4 Ottawa L 4-10 Kansas State W 4-0 Topeka High W 18-0 Kansas State W 36-0 Haskell W 8-0 90-14

W W W T W

18-6 5-0 22-5 12-12 24-0

William Melford (1899) Career WU Record: 2-5-2 Melford coached Washburn to a 24-0 win over Kansas State in his only year as the Ichabods head coach. 81-23

1899

Record: 2-5-2 Coach: William Melford KC Medics Kansas Kansas State Ottawa Denver A.C. College of Emporia Emporia State Kansas Haskell

Record: 3-2-3 Coach: Lawrence Banks Emporia State W 6-0 KC Medics T 0-0 St. Joseph Medics W 6-5 Kansas T 0-0 Denver A.C. L 0-18 Denver Wheel Club L 5-11 Bethany W 18-0 Ottawa T 12-12 47-46

H. Ward Page (1902) Career WU Record: 3-4-0

1898

Record: 4-0-1 Coach: Paul Coldren Midland Denver A.C. Denver Wheel Club Ottawa Kansas State

1901

T L W W L T L L L

0-0 0-35 24-0 10-5 0-5 0-0 0-11 0-23 0-12

Ben Owen (1900) Career WU Record: 6-2-0 Owen defeated Kansas in both meetings in his only season winning 24-0 and 29-0. 34-91

1900

Record: 6-2-0 Coach: Ben Owen Haskell W 11-0 Kansas W 24-0 Fort Riley W 80-0 Colorado College W 29-6 Denver A.C. L 0-5 Haskell L 5-11 Kansas W 29-0 Ottawa W 16-0 194-22

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After dropping their first four games, the Ichabods finished with a fourgame winning streak.

1902

Record: 3-4-0 Coach: H. Ward Page Kansas L 0-33 Haskell L 5-41 Missouri L 0-28 Ottawa L 0-16 Emporia State W 6-0 Coll. of Emporia W 17-5 Central Missouri W 6-0 34-123

A.R. Kennedy (1903) Career WU Record: 12-12-2 In his first stint as the Ichabod head coach, Kennedy was 70-1. Washburn topped Kansas State, Kansas and Missouri.

1903

Record: 7-0-1 Coach: A.R. Kennedy Emporia State T 0-0 Coll. of Emporia W 47-0 Lincoln Medics W 29-0 Kansas State W 34-0 Kansas W 5-0 Bethany W 12-6 Missouri W 6-0 Highland Park W 35-0 168-6

John Outland (1904-05) Career WU Record: 14-5-0 John Outland, was the founder of the trophy for the top offensive lineman in the country. After he was done coaching, he became a surgeon flying a private plane for medical services all over Missouri, Kansas, Iowa and Nebraska.


Record: 4-5-0 Coach: Robert Stewart Coll. of Emporia W 27-15 Baker W 28-5 Ottawa L 0-9 Emporia State L 12-14 Kansas L 6-21 Missouri Wesleyan W 33-0 Tarkio W 9-3 Kansas State L 0-33 115-100

William Lloyd Driver (1911-12) Career WU Record: 8-8-1 Driver spent two seasons as the Ichabod head coach.

1911

1904

Record: 7-2-0 Coach: John Outland Coll. of Emporia W 10-0 Emporia State W 21-0 Wichita State W 10-0 Doane W 45-6 Kansas L 0-5 Haskell L 0-14 Kansas State W 56-0 Missouri W 18-0 Ottawa W 23-4 183-29

Garfield Weede (1906-08) Career WU Record: 20-6-4 Weede led the Ichabods to their first conference championship in his second season at Washburn in 1907.

1906

1905

Washburn’s Kevin McCormick (1969-71) holds the Ichabods record for rushing touchdowns as a senior with 13. McCormick rushed for a school record 241 yards against Missouri Valley College his senior season.

Denver W 6-0 Colorado College L 0-6 137-83

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39-0 29-6 12-5 16-6 9-6 10-6 11-18 5-30

Record: 8-1-3 Coach: Garfield Weede Topeka High Friends Kansas State Coll. of Emporia Emporia State Colorado Fort Riley Kansas State Wichita State

W W W W W T W W L

9-0 28-0 9-0 29-0 6-0 0-0 18-0 5-4 6-7

Kansas T 0-0 St. Mary’s W 42-0 Oklahoma T 0-0 152-11

1907

Record: 8-0-0 (5-0) Kansas Conference Champions Coach: Garfield Weede Topeka High W 10-0 Emporia State W 18-0 Haskell W 33-0 St. Mary’s W 22-6 Kansas W 12-5 Kansas State W 5-0 Wichita State W 12-0 Oklahoma W 12-0 124-11

1908

Record: 4-5-1 Coach: Garfield Weede Topeka High W 17-6 Kansas State L 4-23 Emporia State W 6-0 Wichita State L 16-25 Kansas L 0-23 St. Mary’s L 0-6 Oklahoma T 6-6 Haskell W 11-4 Ottawa W 26-5 Drake L 0-6 86-104

Robert Stewart (1909-10) Career WU Record: 8-8-0 Stewart was 4-4-0 in each of his two seasons at Washburn.

1909

Record: 4-4-0 Coach: Robert Stewart Topeka High W 12-0 Kansas State L 0-40 Emporia State W 24-6 Kansas L 0-17 St. Mary’s W 12-11 Oklahoma L 8-42 Campbell W 34-0 Denver L 5-30 95-146

Record: 3-5-1 Coach: William Lloyd Driver Coll. of Emporia L 0-17 Ottawa T 0-0 Wichita State L 0-22 Haskell W 28-3 Oklahoma L 0-37 Kansas L 6-14 Emporia State W 8-0 St. Mary’s W 18-0 Kansas State L 5-6 65-99

1912

Record: 5-3-0 Coach: William Lloyd Driver Denver William Jewell Ottawa Emporia State Kansas Drury St. Mary’s Kansas State

W W W L W L W L

12-0 7-0 55-0 6-7 10-0 14-16 22-7 3-21 129-51

Glen Gray (1913-15) Career WU Record: 11-10-3 Driver spent three seasons as the Ichabod head coach.

1913

Record: 3-3-2 Coach: Glen Gray Kansas State T 6-6 Emporia State W 41-7 Kansas L 0-14 St. Mary’s W 24-12 Coll. of Emporia T 0-0 William Jewell W 24-0 Oklahoma State L 0-3 Nebraska L 0-19 95-61

1914

Record: 5-3-0 Coach: Glen Gray Kansas State Emporia State Kansas St. Mary’s

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26-16 0-19 14-20 33-3

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Washburn’s Todd McGhghy (1990-91) was the first Ichabod to earn first team allMIAA honors in 1990. He was named second team the following year in 1991.

Record: 7-3-0 Coach: John Outland Coll. of Emporia Emporia State Kansas State Ottawa Oklahoma Wichita State Kansas Colorado

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Record: 7-1-1 Coach: Ernest Bearg Cooper W 47-0 Ottawa W 32-14 Kansas T 0-0 Baker W 13-0 Wichita State W 53-0 Emporia State W 20-6 Coll. of Emporia L 0-7 St. Mary’s W 40-7 Fort Hays State W 7-6 212-40

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Record: 3-5-1 Coach: Dwight Ream Kansas L 7-28 Pittsburg State L 7-21 Ottawa T 0-0 Baker W 17-16 Wichita State W 7-6 Emporia State W 10-7 Coll. of Emporia L 3-6 St. Mary’s L 3-14 Oklahoma State L 0-13 54-111

Dwight Ream (1920-21) Career WU Record: 8-7-4

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1921

Ream spent two seasons as the Ichabods head coach.

1920 Ichabod running back Art Fletcher scores a touchdown against Doane College in the Ichabods' 33-13 season-opening win to start the 1949 season. Fletcher holds the Washburn record for most rushing touchdowns in a single game scoring five against Benedictine during the 1948 season. College of Emporia W 20-2 Central Missouri W 6-0 Baker W 7-3 Nebraska L 7-14 113-77

1915

Record: 3-4-1 Coach: Glen Gray Cooper L 0-6 Baker L 0-10 Nebraska L 0-47 Central Missouri W 19-7 Emporia State T 7-7 Kansas L 0-41 Coll. of Emporia W 16-9 Kansas State L 0-6 42-133

A.R. Kennedy (1916-1917) Career WU Record: 12-12-2 Kennedy spent two more seasons as the head coach in his second stint at Washburn. He was 512-2 this time around.

1916

Record: 3-6-0 Coach: A.R. Kennedy Cooper Friends Baker Ottawa Emporia State Kansas Wichita State Coll. of Emporia

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20-0 0-25 13-9 7-6 7-23 0-27 0-9 0-20

Kansas State L 0-47 47-166

Record: 5-2-3 Coach: Dwight Ream Nebraska L Kansas L Ottawa W Baker W Wichita State W Emporia State T Coll. of Emporia T St. Mary’s W Kansas State T *Pittsburg State W * Forfeited later by WU

G.D. Vosburg (1922) Career WU Record: 1-7-0 Vosburg spent one season as the Ichabods head coach.

1922 0-14 0-6 16-7 14-9 7-0 7-7 14-14 17-6 0-0 7-0 82-63

Record: 1-7-0 Coach: G.D. Vosburg Ottawa W 19-13 Kansas State L 0-47 Kansas L 3-32 Baker L 6-14 Emporia State L 0-34 Coll. of Emporia L 2-6 St. Mary’s L 7-32 Pittsburg State L 0-6 37-184

1917

Record: 2-6-2 Coach: A.R. Kennedy Midland W 24-0 Cooper L 0-3 Ottawa W 19-6 Kansas L 2-34 Baker T 0-0 Emporia State T 0-0 St. Mary’s L 0-13 Wichita State L 0-6 Coll. of Emporia L 0-7 Kansas State L 0-38 45-107

Ernest Bearg (1918-19) Career WU Record: 46-33-4 Bearg was the Ichabod head coach on two different occassions. In his first two seasons of nine total, he was 11-2-1.

1918

Record: 4-1-0 Coach: Ernest Bearg Emporia State W 22-3 Haskell W 32-7 Midland W 14-0 Kansas State L 9-28 St. Mary’s W 13-0 90-38

Before Larry Elliott coached the Ichabods to 58 wins in 11 seasons on the sideline, he led them on the field at quarterback. Here he scores a touchdown against Pittsburg State during the 1958 season.

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Ernest Bearg (1929-35) Career WU Record: 46-33-4 In his second time as the Ichabods head coach, Bearg was 35-31-3 and led the Ichabods to the 1931 Central Conference Championships. Before joining Washburn for the second time, he spent the 1925-28 seasons at Nebraska, where he recorded a 23-7-3 record.

1929

George Woodward (1923-26) Career WU Record: 7-23-4 Woodward spent three seasons as the Ichabod head coach.

1923

Record: 0-8-2 Coach: George Woodward Kansas State L 0-25 Kansas Wesleyan L 0-16 Ottawa L 0-13 McPherson L 7-14 Coll. of Emporia L 0-10 St. Mary’s L 7-12 Emporia State T 7-7 Pittsburg State L 0-10 Baker T 0-0 Haskell L 7-17 28-124

1924

Record: 2-7-0 Coach: George Woodward Kansas City W 17-6 Kansas State L 0-23 McPherson W 10-0 Ottawa L 3-6 Coll. of Emporia L 7-28 Emporia State L 0-18 St. Mary’s L 0-10 Baker L 0-13 Pittsburg State L 0-20 37-124

1925

Record: 2-4-1 Coach: George Woodward Ottawa T 0-0 Bethany L 0-22 Coll. of Emporia L 0-16 Kansas Wesleyan W 6-0 Emporia State L 0-6 St. Mary’s W 7-0 Baker L 3-7 16-52

1926

Record: 3-4-1 Coach: George Woodward Kansas L 6-14 Ottawa W 13-0 Coll. of Emporia L 7-19 Kansas Wesleyan L 0-10 McPherson W 13-9 Emporia State L 0-35 St. Mary’s W 10-7 Baker T 3-3 52-97

Roy Wynne (1927-28) Career WU Record: 3-14-0 Wynne was the Ichabods head coach for two seasons.

1930

Record: 7-2-0 Coach: Ernest Bearg Haskell L Kansas State L Coll. of Emporia W Wichita State W Emporia State W St. Mary’s W Fort Hays State W Southwestern W Pittsburg State W

Record: 7-3-0 Central Conference Champions Coach: Ernest Bearg Haskell W 6-0 Baker W 18-0 Fort Hays State W 27-7 Wichita State W 7-6 Emporia State W 20-7 Pittsburg State W 15-0 Coll. of Emporia L 6-18 Southwestern* W 2-0 Kansas State L 0-22 Kansas L 0-6 * Forfeited win to WU 101-66

1932

Record: 6-3-1 Coach: Ernest Bearg Baker W 19-0 Coll. of Emporia W 13-6 Tulsa L 0-20 Fort Hays State W 12-0 Haskell L 0-6 Emporia State T 0-0 Pittsburg State W 27-7 Fresno State W 26-0 Southwestern W 21-0 Wichita State L 7-8 125-67

1933 14-27 0-14 26-0 32-12 13-6 27-13 31-7 33-6 13-7 189-92

Record: 4-6-1 Coach: Ernest Bearg Baker W 26-0 Haskell L 0-6 Coll. of Emporia W 6-3 Tulsa L 0-7 Pittsburg State W 6-0 Nebraska-Omaha W 31-0 Emporia State L 6-7 Fresno State L 0-7 Fort Hays State T 0-0 Southwestern L 0-6 Wichita State L 0-19 75-55

1927

Record: 1-7-0 Coach: Roy Wynne St. Regis L 0-19 Ottawa L 0-7 Coll. of Emporia L 0-45 Kansas Wesleyan L 0-13 Friends W 7-0 Emporia State L 7-20 St. Mary’s L 7-12 Baker L 0-14 21-130

1928

Record: 2-7 Coach: Roy Wynne William Jewell L 12-20 Coll. of Emporia L 0-20 Pittsburg State W 12-0 Wichita State L 0-27 Emporia State L 6-45 Doane W 19-0 Fort Hays State L 2-6 Southwestern L 0-12 Westminster L 0-18 51-148

Quarterback Mike Atkins passes the ball during an Ichabod game on Nov. 4, 1978 vs Wayne State. Atkins sets atop the Ichabod passing charts holding the school record for passing attempts in a career (866), season (345) and game (63). He also holds the record for pass completions in a career (442), season (183) and game (34).

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Quarterback Dean Ferrell hands off to Dan West during a game with Emporia State during the 1966 season. Ferrell led the Ichabods in passing yardage during his junior and senior seasons.

Record: 5-6-0 Coach: Ernest Bearg Haskell L 0-14 William Jewell L 2-16 Baker L 14-19 Pittsburg State W 12-7 Coll. of Emporia L 0-6 Wichita State L 0-20 Emporia State W 6-2 St. Mary’s W 19-0 Tulsa L 7-19 Southwestern W 13-7 Fort Hays State W 27-0 100-110

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1934

Record: 2-5-1 Coach: Ernest Bearg Haskell T 0-0 Army L 0-19 Pittsburg State L 13-18 Emporia State L 6-14 Kansas State L 6-14 Southwestern W 6-0 Gonzaga L 0-2 Wichita State W 6-0 37-67

1935

Record: 4-6-0 Coach: Ernest Bearg Baker W 32-7 Emporia State W 12-7 Grinnell L 6-12 Benedictine L 6-13 Tulsa L 6-19 Gonzaga L 0-21 Haskell W 14-2 Creighton W 20-3 Fort Hays State L 6-12 Wichita State L 6-7 108-103

Elmer Holm (1936-41) Career WU Record: 23-31-3 Holm spent six seasons as the Ichabods head coach.

1936

Record: 2-6-1 Coach: Elmer Holm Wichita State W 13-6 Kansas L 6-19 Emporia State L 7-14 Oklahoma State L 0-6 Grinnell W 7-6 Creighton L 20-32 Colorado College T 0-0 Tulsa L 0-47 Drake L 0-18 53-148

1937

Record: 0-10-0 Coach: Elmer Holm Emporia State L 6-12 Kansas L 2-25 Drake L 0-25 Oklahoma State L 3-25 Grinnell L 0-13 Colorado College L 0-6 Kansas State L 7-20 St. Mary’s TX L 13-51 Benedictine L 0-13 Wichita State L 7-19 38-209

1938

Record: 6-3-0 Coach: Elmer Holm Baker Emporia State Kansas Colorado College Wichita State Oklahoma State

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Former Washburn fullback Brandon Rainer (1998-2001) finished his career second on the all-time rushing chart with 2,182 yards on 459 carries and became the first Ichabod to rush for more than 30 touchdowns in a career recording 31 in his career.

Grinnell W 6-0 Kansas State L 14-41 St. Mary’s TX W 33-20 160-160

1939

Record: 6-4-0 Coach: Elmer Holm Baker W 27-0 Emporia State W 12-0 Washington MO W 26-0 Colorado College W 22-6 Oklahoma State L 6-27 Benedictine W 20-14 Drake L 7-20 Grinnell W 19-7 Creighton L 0-47 Wichita State L 6-7 145-148

1940

Record: 4-6-0 Coach: Elmer Holm Coll. of Emporia W 26-0 Tulsa L 6-37 Emporia State L 7-38 Washington MO L 20-28 Grinnell W 7-6 Wichita State L 6-14 Drake L 6-19 Oklahoma State L 14-33 Rockhurst W 25-23 Benedictine W 20-0 137-198

1941 W W L W L W

340 19-6 14-58 20-0 6-35 14-0

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26-0 20-0 12-20 7-7

Wichita State T 7-7 Benedictine L 6-7 Fort Hays State W 21-0 Peru State W 33-7 Rockhurst W 33-0 144-69

Bob Raugh (1942-43) Career WU Record: 3-10-2 Raugh spent two seasons as the Ichabods head coach.

1942

Record: 1-6-0 Coach: Bob Raugh Kansas Wesleyan L 0-6 Emporia State L 0-12 Pittsburg State L 0-19 Wichita State L 0-42 Benedictine L 6-34 Fort Hays State W 21-13 Fort Riley* L 0-13 Southwestern L 0-22 *Not in overall record 27-148

1943

Record: 2-4-2 Coach: Bob Raugh Kansas T 0-0 Kansas State L 7-13 Pittsburg State L 7-27 Kansas L 0-13 Pittsburg State L 0-39 Central Missouri T 0-0 Kansas State W 13-6 Doane W 25-14 52-112

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Dee Errikson (1944) Career WU Record: 1-6-0 Errikson spent one season as the football coach

1944

Record: 1-6-0 Coach: Dee Errikson Northwest Missouri L 0-7 Central Missouri W 12-2 Kansas L 0-47 Colorado College L 0-67 Pittsburg State L 6-26 Northwest Missouri L 0-28 Drake L 6-26 24-223

Lew Lane (1944) Career WU Record: 4-2-0 Lane was 4-2 as the Ichabods head coach in his only season at Washburn.

1945

Record: 4-2-0 Coach: Lew Lane Central Missouri W 25-0 Peru State W 21-0 Fort Riley* W 19-0 Olathe AF Base* L 0-19 Wichita State W 14-0 Kansas L 0-34 *Not in overall record 60-34


Dick Godlove (1946-58) Career WU Record: 67-42-4 Godlove is the alltime winningest coach by victories at Washburn. He led the Ichabods to the 1949, 1953 and 1954 Central Intercollegiate Conference Championships.

1946

1947

Record: 7-1-0 Coach: Dick Godlove Peru State W 12-6 Augustana SD W 27-0 Emporia State L 6-12 Pittsburg State W 13-12 Benedictine W 26-6 Nebraska-Omaha W 21-6 Fort Hays State W 47-14 Southwestern W 7-0 159-56

1948

Record: 3-5-1 Coach: Dick Godlove Peru State W 35-13 Northern Illinois L 26-30 Emporia State L 0-7 Washington L 0-28 Pittsburg State W 25-7 Benedictine W 53-0 Nebraska-Omaha L 19-20 Fort Hays State T 6-6 Southwestern L 13-14 177-125

1951

Record: 6-3-0 Coach: Dick Godlove Doane W 33-14 Colorado State L 26-28 Emporia State W 14-13 Nebraska-Omaha W 16-7 Pittsburg State L 0-23 Benedictine L 13-33 Beloit W 32-30 Fort Hays State W 34-6 Southwestern W 28-6 196-160

1952

Record: 4-5-0 Coach: Dick Godlove Peru State L 20-43 Colorado College W 22-19 Emporia State L 6-7 Nebraska-Omaha L 0-19 Pittsburg State L 7-17 Benedictine W 21-20 Beloit L 6-24 Fort Hays State W 20-14 Southwestern W 41-0 143-163

1953

Record: 7-1-0 Central Intercollegiate Champions Coach: Dick Godlove Colorado Mines W Emporia State W Nebraska-Omaha W Pittsburg State W Benedictine W Olathe Naval Base* W Fort Hays State L Southwestern W

13-0 21-0 14-6 36-13 26-0 64-0 6-7 27-13

Southwest Missouri W 27-7 *Not in overall record 170-46

1954

Record: 6-2-0 Central Intercollegiate Champions Coach: Dick Godlove Colorado Mines W 13-10 Nebraska-Omaha L 6-27 Emporia State W 14-6 Benedictine W 13-6 Pittsburg State W 13-12 Southwestern W 41-6 Fort Hays State L 6-27 Southwest Missouri W 14-6 120-100

1955

Record: 6-2-1 Coach: Dick Godlove Colorado Mines W 13-7 Eastern New Mexico W 12-9 Nebraska-Omaha W 19-13 Emporia State W 26-6 Benedictine W 27-19 Pittsburg State L 7-12 Southwestern W 33-7 Fort Hays State W 27-7 Southwest Missouri T 21-21 185-111

1957

Record: 5-4-0 Coach: Dick Godlove Western Illinois W 13-6 Nebraska-Omaha W 33-13 Eastern New Mexico L 34-36 Emporia State W 25-0 Benedictine L 13-40 Pittsburg State L 6-21 Southwestern W 28-7 Colorado Mines W 26-6 Fort Hays State L 16-19 194-148

1958

Record: 4-5-0 Coach: Dick Godlove Truman L 13-26 Nebraska-Omaha W 19-6 Eastern New Mexico W 26-0 Emporia State L 6-27 Benedictine L 2-33 Pittsburg State L 7-13 Southwestern W 27-0 Fort Hays State W 19-6 Colorado Mines L 12-13 131-124

Ralph Brown (1959-61) Career WU Record: 9-18-0 Brown coached three seasons at Washburn going 3-6 each campaign.

1956

Record: 3-6-0 Coach: Dick Godlove Colorado Mines W 13-0 Eastern New Mexico L 0-13 Nebraska-Omaha L 13-14 Emporia State W 34-6 Benedictine L 13-14 Pittsburg State L 0-27 Southwestern W 14-12 Fort Hays State W 32-19 Western Illinois L 15-18 134-163

1959

Record: 3-6-0 Coach: Ralph Brown Colorado College L 12-13 Truman L 0-6 Eastern New Mexico L 13-31 Benedictine L 0-31 Emporia State L 13-24 Pittsburg State L 6-26 Nebraska-Omaha W 13-0 Fort Hays State W 19-12 Colorado Mines W 14-13 90-156

1949

Record: 7-2-0 Central Intercollegiate Champions Coach: Dick Godlove Doane W 31-13 Northern Illinois L 27-40 Emporia State L 14-19 Nebraska-Omaha W 13-6 Pittsburg State W 27-19 Benedictine W 21-6 Rockhurst W 60-0 Fort Hays State W 35-13 Southwestern W 21-20 249-136

1950

Record: 3-4-1 Coach: Dick Godlove Doane Baker Emporia State

L W L

0-7 20-7 19-27

Linebacker Dennis Kenney and tackle Bernie Bianchino close in on a Central Missouri State ball carrier in a game during the 1967 season.

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Record: 6-2-1 Coach: Dick Godlove Hastings W 25-0 Augustana SD W 7-0 Emporia State W 20-12 Iowa Wesleyan W 27-6 Pittsburg State W 12-7 Benedictine W 27-6 Wichita State L 0-21 Fort Hays State T 20-20 Southwestern L 0-14 138-86

Nebraska-Omaha L 6-26 Pittsburg State L 6-39 Benedictine W 10-0 Fort Hays State W 7-0 Southwestern T 14-14 82-120


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O24 Pittsburg State(HC) W O31 at Nebraska-Omaha W N7 at Peru State W N14 Emporia State W

1960

Record: 3-6-0 Coach: Ralph Brown Colorado College L 7-9 Truman L 12-39 Eastern New Mexico W 21-12 Central Missouri L 14-35 Emporia State L 6-7 Benedictine L 14-37 Pittsburg State L 6-27 Nebraska-Omaha W 7-0 Fort Hays State W 33-7 120-173

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Ed Linta (1965-66) Career WU Record: 4-13-1

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Ellis Rainsberger (1962-64) Career WU Record: 17-10 Rainsberger led the Ichabods to a CIC Championship in 1964 in his third and final season as Washburn’s head coach.

1962

Record: 4-5-0 (2-3/4th - CIC) Coach: Ellis Rainsberger S15 Colorado College W 20-14 S22 at Truman L 0-39 S29 at Central Missouri W 20-0 O6 at Colorado Mines L 16-34 O13 Emporia State(HC) W 7-6 O19 Benedictine W 34-13 O27 at Pittsburg State L 0-27 N2 Nebraska-Omaha L 14-41 N10 at Fort Hays State L 14-33 125-207

1963

Record: 5-4-0 (2-2/3rd - CIC) Coach: Ellis Rainsberger S14 at Nebraska-Kearney L 14-19 S21 Truman* W 7-6 S28 Central Missouri* W 34-0 O5 Colorado Mines L 13-22 O12 at Emporia State W 32-6 O19 at Southern Colorado W 7-0 O26 Pittsburg State L 20-21 N2 at Nebraska-Omaha L 6-34 N9 Fort Hays State(HC) W 46-0 *Forfeited later by WU 179-108

1964

Record: 8-1-0 (4-0/1st - CIC) Central Intercollegiate Champions Coach: Ellis Rainsberger S19 Nebraska-Kearney L S26 at Central Missouri W O3 at Colorado Mines W O10 Southern Colorado W O17 at Fort Hays State W

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1969

Record: 5-5-0 (3-3 RMAC) Coach: Harold Elliott S13 Friends W 27-6 S20 Central Missouri L 0-17 S27 at Southern Colorado L 20-21 O4 at Nebraska-Kearney W 3-0 O11 Fort Hays State W 27-6 O18 at Pittsburg State W 19-17 O25 Nebraska-Omaha(HC) W 24-21 N1 William Jewell L 7-48 N8 at Emporia State L 14-28 N15 at Northern Colorado L 28-70 169-234

1965

Record: 3-6-0 (1-4/5th - CIC) Coach: Ralph Brown S16 at Colorado College W 18-14 S22 Truman L 9-27 S29 Central Missouri W 27-15 O7 Colorado Mines W 20-6 O13 at Emporia State L 10-26 O21 at Benedictine L 14-25 O28 Pittsburg State L 0-40 N4 at Nebraska-Omaha L 10-27 N11 Fort Hays State* L 7-14 *Forfeited later by FHSU 115-194

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Harold “Bud” Elliott (1968-70) Career WU Record: 10-8-2

Linta spent two seasons at Washburn.

1961

History

17-7 19-2 42-0 19-6 182-53

12-14 31-0 16-0 12-7 14-7

Record: 2-6-1 (1-3/4th - CIC) Coach: Ed Linta S18 at Nebraska-Kearney L S25 Central Missouri T O2 at Fresno State L O9 at Southern Colo. L O16 Fort Hays State(HC) L O23 at Pittsburg State L O30 Nebraska-Omaha L N6 Peru State W N13 at Emporia State W

14-40 7-7 0-54 14-45 0-25 7-20 10-19 15-7 21-0 88-217

1970

Record: 5-3-2 - RMAC Coach: Harold Elliott S11 Arkansas Tech L 0-23 S19 St. Mary of the Plains W 30-6 S26 Wayne State W 21-14 O3 at William Jewell W 27-6 O10 at Fort Hays State L 8-27 O17 at Missouri Southern T 21-21 O24 Missouri Valley W 23-15 O31 Pittsburg State(HC) L 7-13 N7 at Emporia State W 34-21 N14 at Nebraska-Omaha T 15-15 186-161

1966

Record: 2-7-0 (1-3/4th - CIC) Coach: Ed Linta S10 at Emporia State L S17 Nebraska-Kearney L S24 at Central Missouri L O1 at Southwest Missouri L O8 Southern Colorado W O15 at Fort Hays State L O22 Pittsburg State(HC) L O29 at Nebraska-Omaha W N12 Emporia State L

0-14 6-21 7-38 6-21 21-13 0-7 20-24 21-14 6-12 87-164

Bill Schaake (1967-68) Career WU Record: 2-16-0 Schaake spent two seasons at Washburn.

Bob Noblitt (1971-73) Career WU Record: 12-17-1 Noblitt spent three seasons as Washburn’s head coach. He was also the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at the Air Force Academy from 1984-1999.

1971 1967

Record: 0-9-0 (0-4/5th - CIC) Coach: Bill Schaake S16 at Nebraska-Kearney L S23 Central Missouri L S30 Southwest Missouri L O7 at Southern Colorado L O14 Fort Hays State L O21 at Pittsburg State L O28 Nebraska-Omaha(HC) L N4 Colorado State L N11 at Emporia State L

6-55 0-14 7-30 0-20 0-35 12-38 21-49 0-27 7-34 53-302

1968

Record: 2-7-0 (1-3/4th - CIC) Coach: Bill Schaake S14 at Nebraska-Kearney S21 at Central Missouri S28 Southern Colorado O5 at St. Mary of the Plains O12 at Fort Hays State O19 Pittsburg State(HC) O26 at Nebraska-Omaha N2 at William Jewell N9 Emporia State

W L L L W L L L L

26-20 0-34 7-10 14-23 9-6 0-14 0-47 6-40 19-47 81-241

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Record: 5-5-0 - RMAC Coach: Bob Noblitt S11 at Missouri Valley W 28-6 S18 at St. Mary of the Plains W 43-18 S25 at Wayne State W 14-7 O2 at William Jewell W 17-16 O9 Fort Hays State W 34-10 016 Missouri Southern L 10-14 023 at Southeast Missouri L 13-20 O30 at Pittsburg State L 0-27 N6 Emporia State L 0-3 N13 Nebraska-Omaha L 17-30 176-151

1972

Record: 4-6-0 - GPAC Coach: Bob Noblitt S9 Missouri Valley* W 26-7 S16 Missouri Western W 58-3 S23 at William Jewell W 10-0 S30 at Nebraska-Omaha L 14-40 O7 Southern Colorado L 0-13 O14 at Fort Hays State W 31-29 O21 Missouri Southern L 3-14 O28 at Northern Colorado L 10-14 N4 Pittsburg State L 7-21 N11 at Emporia State L 7-41 *Later forfeited by WU 166-182


1973

Record: 3-6-1 - GPAC Coach: Bob Noblitt S8 at Missouri Valley L 10-19 S15 at Missouri Western T 13-13 S22 William Jewell L 7-14 S29 Nebraska-Omaha L 7-13 O6 at Southern Colorado L 7-28 O13 Fort Hays State W 19-14 O19 at Missouri Southern W 9-3 O26 Northern Colorado L 5-20 N3 at Pittsburg State L 14-21 N10 at Emporia State W 20-10 111-155

Larry Elliott (1974-78) Career WU Record: 58-51-1

1974

Record: 8-3-0 (3-2/3rd - GPAC) Coach: Larry Elliott S14 at William Jewell W S21 Missouri Western W S28 Missouri Valley L O5 at Emporia State W O12 at Benedictine W O19 Southern Colorado W O26 at Fort Hays State W N2 Missouri Southern W

21-13 37-0 7-41 36-15 24-12 19-14 14-7 35-17

1975

Record: 5-5-0 (2-3/T4th - GPAC) Coach: Larry Elliott S13 William Jewell W 36-7 S20 at Missouri Western L 24-27 S27 at Missouri Valley W 24-7 O4 Emporia State W 42-13 O11 Benedictine W 34-7 O18 at Southern Colorado L 8-20 O25 Fort Hays State W 27-8 N1 at Missouri Southern L 9-21 N8 Northern Colorado L 7-22 N15 at Pittsburg State L 16-20 227-152

1976

Record: 6-4-0 (4-2/4th - CSIC) Coach: Larry Elliott S11 Missouri Valley W 14-13 S18 Missouri Western W 26-15 S25 at Harding W 20-17 O2 Pittsburg State W 28-16 O9 at Emporia State W 21-0 O16 Nebraska-Kearney L 9-36 O23 at Missouri Southern L 21-35 O30 Fort Hays State W 23-19 N6 at East Central L 24-30 Boot Hill Bowl - Dodge City, Kan. N27 vs Benedictine* L 14-29 200-210

1977

Record: 6-3-1 (4-2-1/T3rd - CSIC) Coach: Larry Elliott S10 Langston W 37-32 S17 Missouri Valley W 25-16 S24 East Texas State L 35-36 O1 Emporia State W 40-12 O8 Missouri Southern L 21-38 O15 Nebraska-Kearney L 21-28 O22 Missouri Western T 7-7 O29 Pittsburg State W 28-21 N5 Wayne State W 24-17 N12 Fort Hays State W 30-22 268-229

1978

Record: 3-7-0 (4-6/T7th - CSIC) Coach: Larry Elliott S9 St. Mary of the Plains W 79-3 S16 Missouri Valley W 35-6 S23 at East Texas State L 3-33 S30 at Emporia State W 17-7 O7 at Missouri Southern L 7-20 O14 Nebraska-Kearney L 12-49 O21 Missouri Western(HC) L 25-53 O28 Pittsburg State L 14-27 N4 at Wayne State L 6-7 N11 at Fort Hays State L 10-17 *Later forfeited by PSU 208-222

The 1983 Ichabods topped Missouri Southern 24-10 in the final game of the year to win the CSIC championship. The 1983 team won the last NAIA football conference championship for the Ichabods. The team finished the season 6-1 in the CSIC and 8-2 overall.

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Elliott was the head coach at Washburn on two separate occasions. In his first stint as football coach, Elliott was 28-22-1.

N9 at Northern Colorado L 7-28 N16 Pittsburg State L 14-15 Boot Hill Bowl - Dodge City, Kan. N23 vs Millikin* W 21-7 235-169


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Gary Hampton (1979-80) Career WU Record: 6-14-0

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Hampton coached two seasons at Washburn.

Coaches

1979

Opponents

Record: 4-6-0 (2-5/7th - CSIC) Coach: Gary Hampton S8 at St. Mary of the Plains W 42-0 S15 at Missouri Valley L 13-18 S22 Baker W 23-17 S29 Emporia State L 11-17 O6 at Pittsburg State L 12-46 O13 Wayne State L 9-7 O20 Fort Hays State L 6-20 O27 at Missouri Western W 23-21 N3 at Nebraska-Kearney L 7-28 N10 Missouri Southern W 20-19 163-193

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Washburn

1980

Record: 2-8-0 (1-6/6th - CSIC) Coach: Gary Hampton S6 Benedictine W S13 at Arkansas Tech L S20 Missouri Valley L S27 at Emporia State L O4 Pittsburg State W O11 at Wayne State L

29-27 20-41 7-26 7-45 38-36 18-24

O18 at Fort Hays State L 17-28 O25 Missouri Western(HC) L 14-45 N1 Nebraska-Kearney L 7-14 N8 at Missouri Southern L 9-35 166-321

1982

Record: 1-9-0 (1-6/6th - CSIC) Coach: Glenn Jagodzinske S11 at Morningside L S18 Benedictine L S25 Missouri Valley L O2 Missouri Southern L O9 Emporia State L O16 at Pittsburg State L O23 Wayne State W O30 Fort Hays State L N6 at Missouri Western L N13 at Nebraska-Kearney L

Glenn Jagodzinske (1981-82) Career WU Record: 4-16-0 Jagodzinske coached two seasons at Washburn.

1981

Record: 3-7-0 (3-4/T4th - CSIC) Coach: Glenn Jagodzinske S5 at Benedictine L S12 Arkansas Tech L S19 at Missouri Valley W O3 Missouri Southern L O10 Emporia State W O17 at Pittsburg State L O24 Wayne State W O31 Fort Hays State L N7 at Missouri Western L N14 at Nebraska-Kearney L

7-10 27-48 12-9 0-12 17-10 12-35 10-6 0-7 0-52 7-26 92-215

3-14 10-24 6-14 0-20 13-20 14-38 19-13 7-34 21-37 3-34 96-248

George Tardiff (1983-84*) Career WU Record: 8-7-0 Tardiff coached the 1983 season and five games of the 1984 season. Under Tardiff, Washburn won the 1983 CSIC Championship. Larry Elliott coached the final five games of the 1984 season going 2-3.

1983

Record: 8-2-0 (6-1/1st - CSIC) Central States Champions Coach: George Tardiff S10 Morningside W 17-7 S17 at Benedictine W 35-28 S24 at Missouri Valley L 20-21 O1 Emporia State W 41-7 O8 at Pittsburg State L 21-29 O15 Wayne State W 13-6 O22 Fort Hays State W 24-3 O29 at Missouri Western W 24-21 N5 at Nebraska-Kearney W 7-0 N12 Missouri Southern W 24-10 226-132

1984

Record: 2-8-0 (2-5/T6th - CSIC) Coaches: George Tardiff (0-5) Larry Elliott (2-3) S8 at Northwest Missouri L 0-47 S15 Mississippi Valley L 15-77 S22 Missouri Valley L 14-37 S29 at Emporia State L 0-14 O6 Pittsburg State L 20-21 O13 at Wayne State L 7-27 O20 at Fort Hays State W 26-14 O27 Missouri Western L 21-37 N3 Nebraska-Kearney L 0-30 N10 at Missouri Southern W 31-29 134-333

Larry Elliott (1984-89) Career WU Record: 58-51-1 Elliott returned for a second time as the Ichabods head coach. Under Elliott Washburn finished second three times in the CSIC. He was also 8-1 all-time against Emporia State. He was 30-29 in his second stint as the Ichabods head coach.

1985 The 2004 Ichabods won the Mineral Water Bowl in Excelsior Springs, Mo., defeating Northern State 36-33 on Dec. 4. It was the first postseason win for any Washburn team since the 1986 Aztec Bowl in Mexico City.

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Record: 4-7-0 (2-5/7th - CSIC) Coach: Larry Elliott S7 Northwest Missouri W S14 Morningside L S21 at Central Missouri W S28 Missouri Southern W O5 Emporia State W O12 at Pittsburg State L

38-24 17-47 31-3 19-6 25-18 18-35


In 2005, the Ichabod football team defeated Pittsburg State to snap a 25-game losing streak to the Gorillas. The win was the first for the Ichabods over the Gorillas since Oct. 4, 1980 in Topeka in a 38-36 victory.

1986

Record: 8-3-0 (5-2/T2nd - CSIC) Coach: Larry Elliott S6 at South Dakota W 16-14 S13 Northwest Missouri W 38-24 S20 Central Missouri W 37-14 S27 at Missouri Southern W 25-7 O4 at Emporia State L 16-22 O11 Pittsburg State L 7-21 O18 at Wayne State W 31-6 O25 at Fort Hays State W 40-35 N1 Missouri Western W 21-14 N8 Nebraska-Kearney W 24-3 *NAIA postseason game - Pittsburg, Kan. D6 at Pittsburg State* L 24-58 Aztec Bowl - Mexico City, Mexico N20 at Mexican all-Stars W 27-8 279-218

1987

Record: 6-5-0 (5-2/2nd - CSIC) Coach: Larry Elliott S5 at South Dakota L 7-17 S12 at Northwest Missouri L 27-29 S19 Central Missouri L 17-26 S26 Northeastern State* W 23-21 O3 at Missouri Western* W 31-6 O10 Nebraska-Kearney* W 28-0 O17 at Wayne State* W 29-25 O24 Missouri Southern L 14-32 O31 at Pittsburg State L 0-44 N7 Fort Hays State* W 49-12 N14 at Emporia State* W 28-21 *Later forfeited by WU 253-233

1988

Record: 7-4-0 (5-2/T2nd - CSIC) Coach: Larry Elliott S10 Northwest Missouri W S17 at Central Missouri W S24 at Northeastern St. L O1 Missouri Western W O8 at Nebraska-Kearney W O15 Wayne State W O22 at Missouri Southern W O29 Pittsburg State L N5 at Fort Hays State L

33-12 28-27 30-35 17-10 29-12 49-3 35-23 14-23 14-22

1992

Record: 2-8-0 (2-7/8th - MIAA) Coach: Dennis Caryl S12 at Southwest Missouri L 15-66 S19 at Truman L 8-42 S26 Northwest Missouri L 21-22 O3 at Missouri Southern L 14-44 O10 Emporia State L 18-25 O17 Central Missouri(HC) W 13-10 O24 at Missouri-Rolla L 21-26 O31 Southwest Baptist W 21-17 N7 at Pittsburg State L 29-48 N14 Missouri Western L 17-41 177-341

N12 Emporia State W 59-46 *NAIA postseason game - Monticello, Ark. N19 at Ark.-Monticello* L 13-20 291-233

1993

Record: 0-10-0 (0-9/10th - MIAA) Coaches: Dennis Caryl (0-8) Andy Williams (0-2) S11 at Southern Illinois L 14-46 S18 Missouri-Rolla L 14-38 S25 at Central Missouri L 19-41 O2 Pittsburg State L 18-55 O9 at Northwest Missouri L 36-61 O16 Truman(HC) L 0-34 O23 at Missouri Western L 10-41 O30 Missouri Southern L 21-36 N6 at Emporia State L 19-37 N13 at Southwest Baptist L 20-25 171-414

1989

Record: 3-7-0 (3-7/9th - MIAA) Coach: Larry Elliott S2 Missouri-Rolla L 7-20 S9 at Central Missouri L 7-29 S16 Truman* W 21-3 S23 at Missouri Southern L 6-21 S30 Lincoln W 9-0 O14 at Southeast Missouri L 14-17 O21 Northwest Missouri L 21-34 O28 at Pittsburg State L 0-61 N4 at Southwest Baptist L 19-34 N11 Missouri Western* W 28-21 *Later forfeited by WU 132-240

Dennis Caryl (1990-93*) Career WU Record: 7-32-0

Tony DeMeo (1994-2001) Career WU Record: 31-54 DeMeo coached the the Ichabods for eight seasons. His 31 wins ranked No. 4 on the Washburn all-time win chart.

Caryl coached the Ichabods for three seasons. Caryl coached the first eight games (0-8) of the 1993 season, before defensive coordinator Andy Williams coached the final two games of the season (0-2).

1990

Record: 4-6-0 (4-5/T5th - MIAA) Coach: Dennis Caryl S1 at Missouri-Rolla W 13-7 S8 Central Missouri L 7-24 S15 Truman L 17-44 S22 at Missouri Southern L 3-30 S29 at Southwest Missouri L 3-38 O13 Southeast Missouri(HC) L 7-35 O20 at Northwest Missouri W 14-0 O27 Pittsburg State L 0-17 N3 Southwest Baptist W 24-9 N10 at Missouri Western W 21-10 112-214

1991

Record: 1-10-0 (1-8/10th - MIAA) Coach: Dennis Caryl S7 at Western Illinois L S14 at Tennessee-Martin L S21 Truman L S28 at Northwest Missouri L O5 Missouri Southern L O12 at Emporia State L O19 at Central Missouri L

13-28 14-6 0-21 23-35 94-304

3-42 7-28 7-14 3-29 6-31 18-49 0-21

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1994

Record: 2-8-0 (2-7/8th - MIAA) Coach: Tony DeMeo S10 at Illinois State L 16-47 S17 at Missouri-Rolla L 0-19 S24 Central Missouri L 10-43 O1 at Pittsburg State L 13-62 O8 Northwest Missouri W 48-14 O15 at Truman L 31-50 O22 Missouri Western(HC) L 28-60 O29 at Missouri Southern L 16-38 N5 Emporia State L 7-43 N12 Southwest Baptist W 31-14 200-390

1995

Record: 4-6-0 (3-6/T7th - MIAA) Coach: Tony DeMeo S9 McPherson W 61-0 S16 at Missouri Western L 6-17 S23 Truman L 17-41 S30 at Emporia State L 24-25 O7 at Central Missouri W 37-21 O14 Missouri-Rolla(HC) W 21-10 O21 at Southwest Baptist W 37-20 O28 Pittsburg State L 7-31 N4 at Northwest Missouri L 21-42 N11 Missouri Southern L 0-25 231-232

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O19 Wayne State L 17-18 O26 Fort Hays State L 0-30 N2 at Missouri Western L 10-13 N9 at Nebraska-Kearney L 16-21 N16 at Sam Houston St. L 7-51 198-266

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1996

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Records

Record: 4-6-0 (4-5/7th - MIAA) Coach: Tony DeMeo S14 at Fort Hays State L 6-21 S21 Missouri Western W 21-7 S28 at Truman L 21-38 O5 Emporia State L 35-40 O12 Central Missouri(HC) W 23-7 O19 at Missouri-Rolla W 45-0 O26 Southwest Baptist W 24-20 N2 at Pittsburg State L 14-43 N9 Northwest Missouri L 14-33 N16 at Missouri Southern L 31-32 234-241

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Record: 3-8-0 (2-7/8th - MIAA) Coach: Tony DeMeo S6 Augustana SD L 17-20 S13 Fort Hays State W 31-14 S20 at Southwest Baptist W 25-7 S27 Missouri-Rolla W 27-13 O4 at Northwest Missouri L 14-17 O11 Truman(HC) L 7-37 O18 at Missouri Western L 12-13 O23 Missouri Southern L 14-17 O30 at Emporia State L 35-64 N8 at Central Missouri L 14-20 N15 Pittsburg State L 11-40 207-263

1998

Record: 4-7-0 (3-6/T6th - MIAA) Coach: Tony DeMeo S5 Wisconsin-River Falls W 9-6 S12 at Fort Hays State L 12-24 S19 Southwest Baptist LOT 20-26 S26 at Missouri-Rolla W 24-7 O3 Northwest Missouri L 31-38 O10 at Truman L 28-38 O17 Missouri Western(HC) W 35-27 O24 at Missouri Southern W 49-37 O29 Emporia State L 27-35 N7 Central Missouri L 0-37 N14 at Pittsburg State L 12-72 247-347

1999

Record: 6-5-0 (4-5/T5th - MIAA) Coach: Tony DeMeo S4 at Wis-LaCrosse W 24-21 S11 Fort Hays State W 17-14 S18 Missouri Southern W 35-28 S25 at Missouri Western L 10-35 S30 Central Missouri L 18-32 O9 Missouri-Rolla(HC) W 53-18 O14 at Southwest Baptist W 36-0 O23 Pittsburg State L 8-27 O30 at Northwest Missouri L 10-35 N6 Truman W 52-18 N13 at Emporia State L 20-45 283-280

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Record: 5-6-0 (3-6/6th - MIAA) Coach: Tony DeMeo S2 Wis-LaCrosse W 26-6 S9 at Lincoln W 63-21 S16 at Missouri Southern W 24-22 S23 Missouri Western L 13-23 S30 at Central Missouri L 17-28 O7 at Missouri-Rolla W 34-14 O14 Southwest Baptist(HC) W 58-21 O21 at Pittsburg State L 28-31 O28 Northwest Missouri L 21-63 N4 at Truman L 42-45 N11 Emporia State L 21-35 347-309

Record: 8-4-0 (6-3/3rd - MIAA) Coach: Craig Schurig A28 Colorado Mines L 27-34 S4 Langston W 30-7 S11 Emporia State W 28-10 S18 at Truman State W 62-0 S25 Northwest Missouri L 21-49 O2 at Pittsburg State L 14-70 O9 Southwest Baptist (HC) W 38-35 O16 at Missouri-Rolla W 42-17 O23 at Central Missouri L 21-47 O30 Missouri Western W 30-23 N6 at Missouri Southern W 58-43 Mineral Water Bowl - Excelsior Springs, Mo. D4 vs Northern State W 36-33 407-368

Record: 3-8-0 (2-7/9th - MIAA) Coach: Tony DeMeo S1 at Wis-LaCrosse L 18-37 S8 Lincoln W 31-20 S15 at Pittsburg State L 21-51 S22 Missouri Southern W 29-28 S29 at Northwest Missouri L 17-52 O6 Truman(HC) L 26-27 O11 Central Missouri L 34-58 O20 at Missouri Western L 6-27 O27 at Emporia State L 19-38 N3 Missouri-Rolla W 42-14 N10 Southwest Baptist L 20-48 263-400

2005

Record: 9-3-0 (7-1/1st - MIAA) MIAA Champions • NCAA Playoffs Coach: Craig Schurig A27 at Colorado Mines W 28-17 S3 Western Washington W 31-21 S10 Central Missouri W 42-27 S17 at Central Washington L 42-48 S24 at Southwest Baptist W 56-21 O1 Pittsburg State WOT 35-34 O8 at Northwest Missouri W 31-28 O15 Truman (HC) W 21-14 O22 at Emporia State W 42-14 O29 Missouri Southern W 49-35 N5 at Missouri Western LOT 21-28 *NCAA Second Round Playoffs - Topeka N19 Northwest Missouri L 32-42 430-329

Craig Schurig (2002-pr) Career WU Record: 32-25 Schurig is in his sixth season as the Ichabods head coach and he led Washburn to their first MIAA Championship in 2005 and their first NCAA Playoff appearance - both in 2005.

2006

Record: 7-4-0 (6-3/4th - MIAA) Coach: Craig Schurig S2 Colorado Mines W 41-21 S9 at Western Washington L 13-16 S16 at Central Missouri W 14-10 S23 at Fort Hays State W 37-7 S30 Southwest Baptist W 56-23 O7 at Pittsburg State L 14-29 O14 Northwest Missouri L 26-31 O21 at Truman L 7-21 O28 Emporia State W 37-6 N4 at Missouri Southern W 14-13 N11 Missouri Western W 16-3 275-180

2002

Record: 3-8-0 (3-6/7th - MIAA) Coach: Craig Schurig S7 Wis-LaCrosse L 17-31 S14 at Fort Hays State L 29-37 S21 Pittsburg State L 14-47 S28 at Missouri Southern L 28-52 O5 Northwest Missouri L 13-48 O12 at Truman W 26-21 O19 at Central Missouri L 21-55 O26 Missouri Western(HC) L2OT 28-34 N2 Emporia State W 34-21 N9 at Missouri-Rolla W 49-0 N16 at Southwest Baptist L 20-26 279-372

2003

Record: 5-6-0 (3-6/7th - MIAA) Coach: Craig Schurig S6 at Langston W 28-0 S13 Fort Hays State W 28-4 S20 at Emporia State LOT 28-35 S27 Truman State L 6-12 O4 at Northwest Missouri L 14-45 O11 Pittsburg State L 10-37 O18 at Southwest Baptist W 41-37 O25 Missouri-Rolla (HC) W 49-24 N1 Central Missouri L 28-49 N8 at Missouri Western L 14-30 N15 Missouri Southern W 38-35 284-308

Ichabod Future MIAA Schedule 2008 S13 at Fort Hays State S20 at Central Missouri S27 Missouri Western O4 at Missouri Southern O11 Emporia State O18 at Truman State O25 Northwest Missouri N1 at Pittsburg State N8 Southwest Baptist

2010 S18 at Missouri Southern S25 Missouri Western O2 at Central Missouri O9 at Fort Hays State O16 Southwest Baptist O23 at Pittsburg State O30 Northwest Missouri N6 at Truman State N13 Emporia State

2009 S12 Missouri Southern S19 at Missouri Western S26 Central Missouri O3 Fort Hays State O10 at Southwest Baptist O17 Pittsburg State O24 at Northwest Missouri O31 Truman State N7 at Emporia State

2011 S17 at Southwest Baptist S24 Pittsburg State O1 at Northwest Missouri O8 Truman State O15 at Emporia State O22 Missouri Southern O29 at Missouri Western N5 Central Missouri N12 Fort Hays State

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1989 1. Texas A&M-Kingsville 2. Jacksonville State 3. Grand Valley State 4. Pittsburg State 5. St. Cloud State 6. Angelo State 7. Edinboro 8. West Chester 9. Indiana (PA) 10. Winston-Salem State

1991 1. Indiana (PA) 2. Jacksonville State 3. Pittsburg State 4. Northern Colorado 5. Butler 6. Texas A&I 7. North Dakota State 8. Portland State 9. Grand Valley State 10. Virginia Union 1992 1. Pittsburg State 2. North Dakota State 3. Jacksonville State 4. Texas A&I 5. New Haven 6. Hampton 7. California-Davis West Chester Western State 10. Fort Valley State

1996 1997 1998 1999 1. Carson-Newman 2. Slippery Rock 3. Northern Colorado 4. NW Missouri State 5. California-Davis 6. Fort Valley State 7. Pittsburg State 8. Southern Arkansas 9. North Dakota 10. Northwood 2000 The year the AFCA began the National Poll 1. Delta St. (Miss.) (28) 14-1 2. Bloomsburg (Pa.) 12-3 3. UC Davis 12-1 4. North Dakota St. 12-2 5. Catawba (N.C.) 11-1 6. Nebraska-Omaha 11-2 7. Northwest Missouri St. 11-1 8. Northwood 10-2 9. Valdosta St. (Ga.) 10-2 10. West Georgia 10-2 11. Tuskegee (Ala.) 11-0 12. Pittsburg St. (Kan.) 9-3 13. Mesa St. (Colo.) 10-3 14. Northeastern St. (Okla.) 9-2 15. Carson-Newman 8-2 16. Indiana (Pa.) 8-3 17. Chadron St. (Neb.) 8-3 18. Presbyterian (S.C.) 8-2 19. Saginaw Valley St. 9-3 20. North Dakota 8-3 21. Winston-Salem St. (N.C.) 9-2 22. Slippery Rock (Pa.) 8-3 23. C.W. Post (N.Y.) 8-2 24. Western Washington 7-3 25. Virginia Union 8-3

1993 1. North Alabama 2. New Haven 3. Hampton 4. Indiana (PA) 5. Portland State 6. Missouri Southern State 2001 7. California-Davis 1. North Dakota (28) 8. Albany State 2. Grand Valley St. 9. North Dakota 10. Ferris State 1994 1. North Alabama 2. Texas A&M-Kingsville 3. Pittsburg State 4. Portland State 5. Ferris State 6. Valdosta State 7. New Haven 8. NE Missouri State Indiana (PA) 10. West Georgia

14-1 12-1

3. Catawba (N.C.) 4. Valdosta St. (Ga.) (28) 5. UC Davis (Calif.) 6. Saginaw Valley St. 7. Chadron St. (Neb.) 8. Indiana (Pa.) 9. Tuskegee (Ala.) 10. Tarleton St. (Texas) 11. Pittsburg St. (Kan.) 12. Bloomsburg (Pa.) 13. Texas A&M-Kingsville 14. Winona St. (Minn.) 15. Central Arkansas 16. Nebraska-Omaha 17. Central Missouri 18. Arkansas Tech 19. C.W. Post 20. Fort Valley St. (Ga.) 21. Tusculum (Tenn.) 22. North Dakota St. 23. Western Washington 24. Virginia Union 25. West Georgia

11-2 12-1 10-3 11-2 10-1 8-2 10-1 10-3 11-2 9-2 9-2 10-2 9-3 8-3 10-2 8-2 11-1 8-3 8-2 7-3 8-3 8-2 8-3

7. Valdosta St. (Ga.) 8. Winona St. (Minn.) 9. Indiana (Pa.) 10. Pittsburg St. (Kan.) 11. Southern Arkansas 12. Catawba (N.C.) 13. Central Oklahoma 14. Mesa St. (Colo.) 15. Emporia St. (Kan.) 16. Delta St. (Miss.) 17. Central Missouri St. 18. Edinboro (Pa.) 19. Tusculum (Tenn.) 20. Tarleton St. (Texas) 21. Bentley (Mass.) 22. North Dakota State 23. Chadron state (Neb.) 24. Nebraska-Omaha 25. Northwest Missouri St.

10-2 11-2 10-1 9-3 9-3 9-2 9-3 10-2 9-3 9-2 9-2 9-3 9-2 8-4 10-1 8-3 8-2 8-3 8-3

2004 1. Valdosta St. (Ga.) (25) 13-1 2. Pittsburg St. (Kan.) 14-1 3. Northwest Missouri St. 11-2 4. North Dakota 11-3 5. Albany St. (Ga.) 11-1 6. Texas A&M-Kingsville 9-2 7. West Chester (Pa.) 11-4 8. Colorado Mines 12-1 9. Grand Valley St. 10-3 10. Northwood 10-2 11. Michigan Tech 9-2 12. East Stroudsburg (Pa.) 10-2 13. Winona St. (Minn.) 10-2 14. Carson-Newman (Tenn.) 9-3 15. Shippensburg (Pa.) 10-2 16. Arkansas Tech 10-2 17. St. Cloud State (Minn.) 8-3 18. Edinboro (Pa.) 9-3 19. South Dakota 9-2 20. Bentley (Mass.) 8-2 21. Central Oklahoma 8-2 22. Tuskegee (Ala.) 10-2 23. Southeastern Oklahoma 8-3 24. Nebraska-Omaha 8-3 25. Saginaw Valley St. 7-3

2002 1. Grand Valley St. (27) 14-0 2. Valdosta St. (Ga.) 14-1 3. Northern Colorado 12-1 4. Texas A&M-Kingsville 10-3 5. Carson-Newman (Tenn.) 12-1 6. Northwest Missouri St. 12-1 7. UC Davis 9-3 8. Indiana (Pa.) 11-2 9. Central Washington 11-1 10. Central Missouri 10-2 11. Minnesota-Duluth 11-1 12. Nebraska-Kearney 10-2 13. Saginaw Valley St. 9-3 14. Tuskegee (Ala.) 10-1 15. Catawba (N.C.) 8-3 16. Fayetteville St. (N.C.) 10-2 17. C.W. Post (N.Y.) 11-1 18. St. Cloud St. (Minn.) 9-2 19. Tarleton St. (Texas) 8-2 20. Chadron St. (Neb.) 8-2 21. Pittsburg St. (Kan.) 8-3 22. Bloomsburg (Pa.) 8-2 23. Bentley (Mass.) 10-1 24. East Stroudsburg (Pa.) 8-2 2005 25. Findlay (Ohio) 9-2 1. Grand Valley St. (25) 2. Northwest Missouri St. 3. Saginaw Valley St. 4. North Alabama 2003 1. Grand Valley St. (26) 14-1 5. East Stroudsburg (Pa.) 2. North Dakota 12-2 6. Central Arkansas 3. Texas A&M-Kingsville 11-2 7. Bloomsburg (Pa.) 4. Saginaw Valley St. 12-1 8. North Dakota 5. North Alabama 13-1 9. Albany St. (Ga.) 6. Carson-Newman (Tenn.) 11-2 10. Presbyterian (S.C.)

11. Tuskegee (Ala.) 11-1 12. Pittsburg St. (Kan.) 10-4 ➤13. Washburn (Kan.) 9-3 14. Valdosta St. (Ga.) 9-3 15. West Texas A&M 10-2 16. Nebraska-Omaha 8-3 17. South Dakota 9-2 18. Northwood 9-3 19. North Carolina Central 10-2 20. Shepherd (W.Va.) 11-1 21. Carson-Newman (Tenn.) 8-2 22. C.W. Post (N.Y.) 10-3 23. Angelo St. (Tex.) 9-3 24. Nebraska-Kearney 9-3 25. Missouri Western St. 9-3

2006 1. Grand Valley St. (28) 15-0 2. Northwest Missouri St. 14-1 3. Delta St. (Miss.) 12-3 4. Bloomsburg (Pa.) 12-2 5. Chadron St. (Neb.) 12-1 6. North Alabama 11-1 7. North Dakota 11-2 8. Shepherd (W.Va.) 11-1 9. North Carolina Central 11-1 10. West Texas A&M 11-2 11. Nebraska-Omaha 8-3 12. Newberry (S.C.) 11-2 13. South Dakota 9-4 14. Valdosta St. (Ga.) 8-2 15. Pittsburg St. (Kan.) 10-2 16. Missouri Western St. 9-3 17. Midwestern St. (Texas) 10-3 18. Northwood (Mich.) 8-3 19. Winona St. (Minn.) 9-3 20. Abilene Christian (Texas) 8-3 21. Elizabeth City St. (N.C.) 9-3 22. Tiffin (Ohio) 10-1 23. Bemidji St. (Minn.) 9-3 24. West Chester (Pa.) 9-4 25. Indiana (Pa.) 8-2

14-0 11-5 9-2 11-3 11-3 11-3 11-1 10-3 8-2 10-2

Washburn in the AFCA National Poll under Craig Schurig

Number of times in the ranking 15 Times ranked No. 1 Number of times in the Top 10 3 Most weeks at No. 1 Highest ranking 5 (11/5/05) Most consecutive weeks at No. 1 Highest final ranking 13 (2005) Last No. 1 ranking Most consecutive times in rankings 14 Last week ranked Most consecutive times in the top 10 3 Longest streak of weeks ranked Week-by-week in the national poll under head coach Craig Schurig Year Pre 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2002 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 2003 -- -- -- RV -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 2004 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1995 2005 -- RV RV RV 24 RV RV 25 13 10 6 1. North Alabama 2006 17 16 T15 25 22 20 19 RV RV -- -- 2. Texas A&M-Kingsville 3. Ferris State 4. Pittsburg State

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1990 1. North Dakota State 2. Mississippi College 3. Pittsburg State 4. Indiana (PA) 5. Virginia Union 6. Grand Valley State 7. East Texas State 8. Cal Poly 9. NE Missouri State

5. New Haven 6. Carson-Newman 7. North Dakota 8. Edinboro 9. Portland State 10. Virginia State


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MIAA SCHOOLS University of Central Missouri Emporia (Kan.) State University Fort Hays State University Missouri Southern State University Missouri Western State University Northwest Missouri State University Pittsburg State (Kan.) University Southwest Baptist (Mo.) University Truman (Mo.) State University

WU Record 17-19-2 46-51-6 36-22-3 16-20-1 14-19-2 6-21-0 19-59-1 13-5-0 6-18-0

KANSAS SCHOOLS Baker University Beloit College Benedictine College Bethany College Emporia, College of Friends University Haskell Indian Nations University of Kansas Kansas State University Kansas Wesleyan College McPherson College Ottawa University St. Mary of the Plains St. Mary’s College Southwestern College Wichita State University

WU Record 14-9-3 1-1-0 16-14-0 2-1-0 14-15-3 3-1-0 10-9-1 6-27-4 12-18-2 2-4-0 3-1-0 12-6-5 4-1-0 14-8-0 15-5-1 11-16-1

FOUR-YEAR SCHOOLS University of Arkansas-Monticello Arkansas Tech University Augustana (SD) College Campbell (NC) College Central Washington University Chadron State (Neb.) Colorado (Boulder) University Colorado College Colorado Mines Colorado State University Cooper College Creighton (Neb.) University University of Denver (Colo.) Denver Area College Doane (Neb.) College Drake (Iowa) University Drury (Mo.) College East Central (Okla.) University Eastern New Mexico University Fresno (Calif.) State University Gonzaga (Wash.) University Grinnell (Iowa) College Harding (Ark.) University Hastings (Neb.) College Illinois State University Iowa Wesleyan College Langston (Okla.) University

WU Record 0-1-0 0-3-0 2-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 6-5-1 10-4-0 0-3-0 2-2-0 1-2-0 2-1-0 1-3-0 5-1-0 0-6-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 3-3-0 1-2-0 0-2-0 4-2-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 2-0-0

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Lincoln (Mo.) University Midland Lutheran (Neb.) College Millikin (Ill.) University Mississippi Valley State University University of Missouri-Columbia University of Missouri-Rolla Missouri Valley College Missouri Wesleyan College Morningside (Iowa) College University of Nebraska-Kearney University of Nebraska-Lincoln University of Nebraska-Omaha Northeastern (Okla.) State University Northern Colorado, University of Northern Illinois University Northern State University University of Oklahoma-Norman Oklahoma State University Peru (Neb.) State College Regis (Colo.) College Rockhurst (Mo.) College Saint Mary’s (Texas) College Sam Houston (Texas) State University University of South Dakota Southeast Missouri State University University of Southern Colorado Southern Illinois University, Carbondale Southwest Missouri State University Tarkio (Mo.) College University of Tennessee-Martin University of Texas A&M-Commerce University of Tulsa (Okla.) United States Military Academy Washington (Mo.) University Wayne (Neb.) State University Western Illinois University Western Washington University Westminster (Utah) College William Jewell (Mo.) College University of Wisconsin-La Crosse University of Wisconsin-River Falls

CLUBS/OTHERS Denver Wheel Club Fort Leavenworth Fort Riley Highland Park Kansas City Independents Kansas City Medics Kansas City YMCA Kansas Medics Lincoln Medics St. Joseph Medics Topeka High Topeka Independents 2007 Opponents in Bold

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3-0-0 7-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 2-1-0 11-5-0 8-7-0 1-0-0 1-2-0 6-14-0 0-4-0 13-14-1 1-1-0 0-5-0 0-2-0 1-0-0 2-2-2 1-6-0 6-1-0 0-1-0 3-0-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 0-3-0 4-7-0 0-1-0 2-4-1 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-6-0 0-1-0 1-2-0 9-5-0 1-2-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 7-5-0 2-2-0 1-0-0

WU Record 1-1-0 1-0-0 3-1-1 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 7-0-0 2-0-0


Bethany (2-1) 1901 W 18-0 1903 W 12-6 1925 L 0-22

Army (0-1) 1934 L 0-19

Campbell (1-0) 1909 W 34-0

Arkansas-Monticello (0-1) N19 1988 L 13-20 Monticello

Central Missouri (17-19-2) 1902 W 6-0 1914 W 6-0 1915 W 19-7 1943 T 0-0 1944 W 12-2 1945 W 25-0 1960 L 14-35 S29 1961 W 27-15 Topeka S29 1962 W 20-0 Warrensburg S28 1963 W 34-0 Topeka S26 1964 W 31-0 Warrensburg S25 1965 T 7-7 Topeka S24 1966 L 7-38 Warrensburg S23 1967 L 0-14 Topeka S21 1968 L 0-34 Warrensburg S20 1969 L 0-17 Topeka S21 1985 W 31-3 Warrensburg S20 1986 W 37-14 Topeka S19 1987 L 17-26 Topeka S17 1988 W 28-27 Warrensburg S9 1989 L 7-29 Warrensburg S8 1990 L 7-24 Topeka O19 1991 L 0-21 Warrensburg O17 1992 W 13-10 Topeka S25 1993 L 19-41 Warrensburg S24 1994 L 10-43 Topeka O7 1995 W 37-21 Warrensburg O12 1996 W 23-7 Topeka N8 1997 L 14-20 Warrensburg N7 1998 L 0-37 Topeka S30 1999 L 18-32 Topeka S30 2000 L 17-28 Warrensburg O11 2001 L 34-58 Topeka O19 2002 L 21-55 Warrensburg N1 2003 L 28-49 Topeka O23 2004 L 21-47 Warrensburg S10 2005 W 42-27 Topeka S16 2006 W 14-10 Warrensburg

Augustana (2-1) 1946 W 7-0 1947 W 27-0 S6 1997 L 17-20 Topeka Baker (14-9-3) 1891 L 1891 L 1892 L 1910 W 1914 W 1915 L 1916 W 1917 T 1919 W 1920 W 1921 W 1922 L 1923 T 1924 L 1925 L 1926 T 1927 L 1929 L 1931 W 1932 W 1933 W 1935 W 1938 W 1939 W 1950 W S22 1979 W

18-28 0-46 0-44 28-5 7-3 0-10 13-9 0-0 13-0 14-9 17-16 6-14 0-0 0-13 3-7 3-3 0-14 14-19 18-0 19-0 26-0 32-7 340 27-0 20-7 23-17 Topeka

Beloit College (1-1) 1951 W 32-30 1952 L 6-24 Benedictine (16-14-0) 1935 L 6-13 1937 L 0-13 1939 W 20-14 1940 W 20-0 1941 L 6-7 1942 L 6-34 1946 W 27-6 1947 W 26-6 1948 W 53-0 1949 W 21-6 1950 W 10-0 1951 L 13-33 1952 W 21-20 1953 W 26-0 1954 W 13-6 1955 W 27-19 1956 L 13-14 1957 L 13-40 1958 L 2-33 1959 L 0-31 1960 L 14-37 O21 1961 L 14-25 O19 1962 W 34-13 O12 1974 W 24-12 O11 1975 W 34-7 N27 1976 L 14-29 S6 1980 W 29-27 S5 1981 L 7-10 S18 1982 L 10-24 S17 1983 W 35-28

Central Washington (0-1) S17 2005 L 42-48 Ellensburg

Atchison Topeka Atchison Topeka Dodge City, Kan. Topeka Atchison Topeka Atchison

College of Emporia (14-15-3) 1894 W 16-4 1894 L 0-22 1899 T 0-0 1902 W 17-5 1903 W 47-0 1904 W 10-0 1905 W 39-0 1906 W 29-0 1910 W 27-15 1911 L 0-17 1913 T 0-0 1914 W 20-2 1915 W 16-9 1916 L 0-20 1917 L 0-7 1919 L 0-7 1920 T 14-14 1921 L 3-6 1922 L 2-6 1923 L 0-10 1924 L 7-28 1925 L 0-16 1926 L 7-19 1927 L 0-45 1928 L 0-20 1929 L 0-6 1930 W 26-0 1931 L 6-18

1932 W 13-6 1933 W 6-3 1940 W 26-0 1941 W 26-0 Colorado (0-1-1) 1905 L 5-30 1906 T 0-0

Colorado College (6-5-1) 1900 W 29-6 1905 L 0-6 1936 T 0-0 1937 L 0-6 1938 W 20-0 1939 W 22-6 1944 L 0-67 1952 W 22-19 1959 L 12-13 1960 L 7-9 S16 1961 W 18-14 Colorado Springs S15 1962 W 20-14 Topeka Colorado Mines (10-4) 1953 W 13-0 1954 W 13-10 1955 W 13-7 1956 W 13-0 1957 W 26-6 1958 L 12-13 1959 W 14-13 O7 1961 W 20-6 O6 1962 L 16-34 O5 1963 L 13-22 O3 1964 W 16-0 A28 2004 L 27-34 A27 2005 W 28-17 S2 2006 W 41-21

Golden Topeka Golden Topeka Golden Topeka

Colorado State (0-2) 1951 L 26-28 N4 1967 L 0-27 Topeka Cooper (2-2) 1915 L 1916 W 1917 L 1919 W

0-6 20-0 0-3 47-0

Creighton (1-2) 1935 W 20-3 1936 L 20-32 1939 L 0-47 Denver (2-1) 1905 W 6-0 1909 L 5-30 1912 W 12-0 Denver Athletic Club (1-3) 1898 W 5-0 1899 L 0-5 1900 L 0-5 1901 L 0-18 Denver Wheel Club (1-1) 1898 W 22-5 1901 L 5-11 Doane (5-1) 1904 W 1928 W 1943 W 1949 W 1950 L 1951 W

45-6 19-0 25-14 31-13 0-7 33-14

Drake (0-6) 1908 L 0-6 1936 L 0-18

1937 1939 1940 1944

L L L L

0-25 7-20 6-19 6-26

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Drury (0-1) 1912 L 14-16 East Central (0-1) N6 1976 L 24-30 A

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Eastern New Mexico (3-3) 1955 W 12-9 1957 L 34-36 1958 W 26-0 1959 L 13-31 1960 W 21-12 1956 L 0-13

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Emporia State (46-51-6) 1899 L 0-11 1901 W 6-0 1902 W 6-0 1903 T 0-0 1904 W 21-0 1905 W 29-6 1906 W 6-0 1907 W 18-0 1908 W 6-0 1909 W 24-6 1910 L 12-14 1911 W 8-0 1912 L 6-7 1913 W 41-7 1914 L 0-19 1915 T 7-7 1916 L 7-23 1917 T 0-0 1918 W 22-3 1919 W 20-6 1920 T 7-7 1921 W 10-7 1922 L 0-34 1923 T 7-7 1924 L 0-18 1925 L 0-6 1926 L 0-35 1927 L 7-20 1928 L 6-45 1929 W 6-2 1930 W 13-6 1931 W 20-7 1932 T 0-0 1933 L 6-7 1934 L 6-14 1935 W 12-7 1936 L 7-14 1937 L 6-12 1938 W 19-6 1939 W 12-0 1940 L 7-38 1941 L 12-20 1942 L 0-12 1946 W 20-12 1947 L 6-12 1948 L 0-7 1949 L 14-19 1950 L 19-27 1951 W 14-13 1952 L 6-7 1953 W 21-0 1954 W 14-6 1955 W 26-6 1956 W 34-6 1957 W 25-0 1958 L 6-27 1959 L 13-24 1960 L 6-7 O13 1961 L 10-26 Emporia O13 1962 W 7-6 Topeka

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Arkansas Tech (0-3) S11 1970 L 0-23 Topeka S13 1980 L 20-41 Russellville S12 1981 L 27-48 Topeka

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O12 1963 W 32-6 N14 1964 W 19-6 N13 1965 W 21-0 S10 1966 L 0-14 N12 1966 L 6-12 N11 1967 L 7-34 N9 1968 L 19-47 N8 1969 L 14-28 N7 1970 W 34-21 N6 1971 L 0-3 N11 1972 L 7-41 N10 1973 W 20-10 O5 1974 W 36-15 O4 1975 W 42-13 O9 1976 W 21-0 O1 1977 W 40-12 S30 1978 W 17-7 S29 1979 L 11-17 S27 1980 L 7-45 O10 1981 W 17-10 O9 1982 L 13-20 O1 1983 W 41-7 S29 1984 L 0-14 O5 1985 W 25-18 O4 1986 L 16-22 N14 1987 W 28-21 N12 1988 W 59-46 O12 1991 L 18-49 O10 1992 L 18-25 N6 1993 L 19-37 N5 1994 L 7-43 S30 1995 L 24-25 O5 1996 L 35-40 O30 1997 L 35-64 O29 1998 L 27-35 N13 1999 L 20-45 N11 2000 L 21-35 O27 2001 L 19-38 N2 2002 W 34-21 S20 2003 LOT 28-35 S11 2004 W 28-10 O22 2005 W 42-14 O28 2006 W 37-6

Emporia Topeka Emporia Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Emporia Topeka Emporia Emporia Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Topeka Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka

Fort Hays State (36-22-3) 1919 W 7-6 1928 L 2-6 1929 W 27-0 1930 W 31-7 1931 W 27-7 1932 W 12-0 1933 T 0-0 1934 L 23-12 1935 L 6-12 1941 W 21-0 1942 W 21-13 1946 T 20-20 1947 W 47-14 1948 T 6-6 1949 W 35-13 1950 W 7-0 1951 W 34-6 1952 W 20-14 1953 L 6-7 1954 L 6-27 1955 W 27-7 1956 W 32-19 1957 L 16-19 1958 W 19-6 1959 W 19-12 1960 W 33-7 N11 1961 L 7-14 Topeka N10 1962 L 14-33 Hays N9 1963 W 46-0 Topeka O17 1964 W 14-7 Hays O16 1965 L 0-25 Topeka O15 1966 L 0-7 Hays O14 1967 L 0-35 Topeka O12 1968 W 9-6 Hays O11 1969 W 27-6 Topeka

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O10 1970 O9 1971 O14 1972 O13 1973 O26 1974 O25 1975 O30 1976 N12 1977 N11 1978 O20 1979 O18 1980 O31 1981 O30 1982 O22 1983 O20 1984 O26 1985 O25 1986 N7 1987 N5 1988 S14 1996 S13 1997 S12 1998 S11 1999 S14 2002 S13 2003 S23 2006

L W W W W W W W L L L L L W W L W W L L W L W L W W

8-27 34-10 31-29 19-14 14-7 27-8 23-19 30-22 10-17 6-20 17-28 0-7 7-34 24-3 26-14 0-30 40-35 49-12 14-22 6-21 31-14 12-24 17-14 29-37 28-4 37-7

Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Topeka Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Topeka Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays

Fort Leavenworth (1-0) 1897 W 8-4 Fort Riley (3-1-1) 1896 T 4-4 1900 W 80-0 1906 W 18-0 1942 L 0-13 1945 W 19-0 Fresno State (1-2) 1932 W 26-0 1933 L 0-7 O2 1965 L 0-54 Fresno Friends (3-1) 1906 W 1916 L 1927 W S13 1969 W

28-0 0-25 7-0 27-6 Topeka

Gonzaga (0-2) 1934 L 0-2 1935 L 0-21 Grinnell (4-2) 1935 L 1936 W 1937 L 1938 W 1939 W 1940 W

6-12 7-6 0-13 6-0 19-7 7-6

Harding (1-0) S25 1976 W 20-17 Searcy, Ark. Haskell (10-9-1) 1896 W 1897 W 1897 W 1899 L 1900 W 1900 L 1902 L 1904 L 1907 W 1908 W 1911 W 1918 W 1923 L 1929 L 1930 L 1931 W

8-6 6-0 8-0 0-12 11-0 5-11 5-41 0-14 33-0 11-4 28-3 32-7 7-17 0-14 14-27 6-0

1932 1933 1934 1935

L L T W

0-6 0-6 0-0 14-2

Hastings (1-0) 1946 W 25-0 Highland Park (1-0) 1903 W 35-0 Illinois State (0-1) S10 1994 L 16-47 Normal Iowa Wesleyan (1-0) 1946 W 27-6 Kansas (6-27-4) 1891 L 1891 L 1892 L 1899 L 1899 L 1900 W 1900 W 1901 T 1902 L 1903 W 1904 L 1905 L 1906 T 1907 W 1908 L 1909 L 1910 L 1911 L 1912 W 1913 L 1914 L 1915 L 1916 L 1917 L 1919 T 1920 L 1921 L 1922 L 1926 L 1931 L 1936 L 1937 L 1938 L 1943 T 1943 L 1944 L 1945 L

10-32 10-38 0-36 0-35 0-23 24-0 29-0 0-0 0-33 5-0 0-5 11-18 0-0 12-5 0-23 0-17 6-21 6-14 10-0 0-14 14-20 0-41 0-27 2-34 0-0 0-6 7-28 3-32 6-14 0-6 6-19 2-25 14-58 0-0 0-13 0-47 0-34

Kansas Medics (1-0) 1896 W 10-0 Kansas State (12-18-2) 1897 W 4-0 1897 W 36-0 1898 W 24-0 1899 W 24-0 1903 W 34-0 1904 W 56-0 1905 W 12-5 1906 W 9-0 1906 W 5-4 1907 W 5-0 1908 L 4-23 1909 L 0-40 1910 L 0-33 1911 L 5-6 1912 L 3-21 1913 T 6-6 1914 W 26-16 1915 L 0-6 1916 L 0-47 1917 L 0-38

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1918 L 9-28 1920 T 0-0 1922 L 0-47 1923 L 0-25 1924 L 0-23 1930 L 0-14 1931 L 0-22 1934 L 6-14 1937 L 7-20 1938 L 14-41 1943 L 7-13 1943 W 13-6 Kansas Wesleyan (2-4) 1923 L 0-16 1925 W 6-0 1926 L 0-10 1927 L 0-13 1941 W 20-0 1942 L 0-6 KC Medics (0-0-2) 1899 T 0-0 1901 T 0-0 Kansas City YMCA (1-0) 1891 W 8-2 Langston (3-0) S10 1977 W 37-32 Topeka S6 2003 W 28-0 Gutherie, Okla. S4 2004 W 30-7 Topeka Lincoln (3-0) S30 1989 W 9-0 Topeka S9 2000 W 63-21 Jefferson City, Mo. S8 2001 W 31-20 Topeka Lincoln Medics (1-0) 1903 W 29-0 McPherson (3-1) 1923 L 7-14 1924 W 10-0 1926 W 13-9 S9 1995 W 61-0 Topeka Midland Lutheran (7-0) 1894 W 18-4 1894 W 42-0 1896 W 32-0 1896 W 30-0 1898 W 18-6 1917 W 24-0 1918 W 14-0 Millikin (1-0) N23 1974 W 21-7 Dodge City, Kan. Mexican All-Stars (1-0) N29 1986 W 27-8 Mexico City Mississippi Valley St. (0-1) S15 1984 L 15-77 Topeka Missouri (2-1) 1902 L 0-28 1903 W 6-0 1904 W 18-0 Missouri Southern (16-20-1) O17 1970 T 21-21 Joplin 016 1971 L 10-14 Topeka O21 1972 L 3-14 Topeka O19 1973 W 9-3 Joplin N2 1974 W 35-17 Topeka N1 1975 L 9-21 Joplin O23 1976 L 21-35 Joplin


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21-38 7-20 20-19 9-35 0-12 0-20 24-10 31-29 19-6 25-7 14-32 35-23 6-21 3-30 6-31 14-44 21-36 16-38 0-25 31-32 14-17 49-37 35-28 24-22 29-28 28-52 38-35 58-43 49-35 14-13

Missouri Valley (8-7) O24 1970 W 23-15 S11 1971 W 28-6 S9 1972 W 26-7 S8 1973 L 10-19 S28 1974 L 7-41 S27 1975 W 24-7 S11 1976 W 14-13 S17 1977 W 25-16 S16 1978 W 35-6 S15 1979 L 13-18 S20 1980 L 7-26 S19 1981 W 12-9 S25 1982 L 6-14 S24 1983 L 20-21 S22 1984 L 14-37

Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Topeka Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Joplin Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Marshall, Mo. Topeka Marshall, Mo. Topeka Marshall, Mo. Topeka Topeka Topeka Marshall, Mo. Topeka Marshall, Mo. Topeka Marshall, Mo. Topeka

Missouri Wesleyan (1-0) 1910 W 33-0 Missouri Western (14-19-2) S16 1972 W 58-3 Topeka S15 1973 T 13-13 St. Joseph S21 1974 W 37-0 Topeka S20 1975 L 24-27 St. Joseph S18 1976 W 26-15 Topeka O22 1977 T 7-7 Topeka O21 1978 L 25-53 Topeka O27 1979 W 23-21 St. Joseph O25 1980 L 14-45 Topeka N7 1981 L 0-52 St. Joseph N6 1982 L 21-37 St. Joseph O29 1983 W 24-21 St. Joseph O27 1984 L 21-37 Topeka N2 1985 L 10-13 St. Joseph N1 1986 W 21-14 Topeka O3 1987 W 31-6 St. Joseph O1 1988 W 17-10 Topeka N11 1989 W 28-21 Topeka N10 1990 W 21-10 St. Joseph N16 1991 L 23-35 St. Joseph N14 1992 L 17-41 Topeka O23 1993 L 10-41 St. Joseph O22 1994 L 28-60 Topeka S16 1995 L 6-17 St. Joseph S21 1996 W 21-7 Topeka O18 1997 L 12-13 St. Joseph O17 1998 W 35-27 Topeka S25 1999 L 10-35 St. Joseph

S23 2000 L 13-23 O20 2001 L 6-27 O26 2002 L2OT 28-34 N8 2003 L 14-30 O30 2004 W 30-23 N5 2005 LOT 21-28 N11 2006 W 16-3

Topeka St. Joseph Topeka St. Joseph Topeka St. Joseph Topeka

Missouri-Kansas City (1-0) 1924 W 17-6 Missouri-Rolla (11-5) S2 1989 L 7-20 S1 1990 W 13-7 O26 1991 L 13-28 O24 1992 L 21-26 S18 1993 L 14-38 S17 1994 L 0-19 O14 1995 W 21-10 O19 1996 W 45-0 S27 1997 W 27-13 S26 1998 W 24-7 O9 1999 W 53-18 O7 2000 W 34-14 N3 2001 W 42-14 N9 2002 W 49-0 O25 2003 W 49-24 O16 2004 W 42-17

Topeka Rolla Topeka Rolla Topeka Rolla Topeka Rolla Topeka Rolla Topeka Rolla Topeka Rolla Topeka Rolla

Morningside (1-2) S11 1982 L 3-14 Sioux City, S.D. S10 1983 W 17-7 Topeka S14 1985 L 17-47 Topeka Nebraska (0-4) 1913 L 1914 L 1915 L 1920 L

0-19 7-14 0-47 0-14

Nebraska-Kearney (6-14) S14 1963 L 14-19 Kearney S19 1964 L 12-14 Topeka S18 1965 L 14-40 Kearney S17 1966 L 6-21 Topeka S16 1967 L 6-55 Kearney S14 1968 W 26-20 Kearney O4 1969 W 3-0 Kearney O16 1976 L 9-36 Topeka O15 1977 L 21-28 Topeka O14 1978 L 12-49 Topeka N3 1979 L 7-28 Kearney N1 1980 L 7-14 Topeka N14 1981 L 7-26 Kearney N13 1982 L 3-34 Kearney N5 1983 W 7-0 Kearney N3 1984 L 0-30 Topeka N9 1985 L 16-21 Kearney N8 1986 W 24-3 Topeka O10 1987 W 28-0 Topeka O8 1988 W 29-12 Kearney Nebraska-Omaha (13-14-1) 1933 W 31-0 1947 W 21-6 1948 L 19-20 1949 W 13-6 1950 L 6-26 1951 W 16-7 1952 L 0-19 1953 W 14-6 1954 L 6-27 1955 W 19-13 1956 L 13-14 1957 W 33-13 1958 W 19-6 1959 W 13-0 1960 W 7-0 N4 1961 L 10-27 Omaha N2 1962 L 14-41 Topeka

N2 1963 O31 1964 O30 1965 O29 1966 O28 1967 O26 1968 O25 1969 N14 1970 N13 1971 S30 1972 S29 1973

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Omaha Omaha Topeka Omaha Topeka Omaha Topeka Omaha Topeka Omaha Topeka

Northeastern State (1-1) S26 1987 W 23-21 Topeka S24 1988 L 30-35 Tallaqueh, Okla. Northern Colorado (0-5) N15 1969 L 28-70 Greeley O28 1972 L 10-14 Greeley O26 1973 L 5-20 Topeka N9 1974 L 7-28 Greeley N8 1975 L 7-22 Topeka Northern Illinois (0-2) 1948 L 26-30 1949 L 27-40 Northern State (1-0) D4 2004 W 36-33 N Northwest Missouri (6-21) 1940 L 6-7 1944 L 0-7 1944 L 0-28 S8 1984 L 0-47 Maryville S7 1985 W 38-24 Topeka S13 1986 W 38-24 Topeka S12 1987 L 27-29 Maryville S10 1988 W 33-12 Topeka O21 1989 L 21-34 Topeka O20 1990 W 14-0 Maryville S28 1991 L 3-29 Maryville S26 1992 L 21-22 Topeka O9 1993 L 36-61 Maryville O8 1994 W 48-14 Topeka N4 1995 L 21-42 Maryville N9 1996 L 14-33 Topeka O4 1997 L 14-17 Maryville O3 1998 L 31-38 Topeka O30 1999 L 10-35 Maryville O28 2000 L 21-63 Topeka S29 2001 L 17-52 Maryville O5 2002 L 13-48 Topeka O4 2003 L 14-45 Maryville S25 2004 L 21-49 Topeka O8 2005 W 31-28 Maryville N19 2005* L 32-42 Topeka O14 2006 L 26-31 Topeka *NCAA Second Round Playoffs Oklahoma (2-2-2) 1905 W 9-6 1906 T 0-0 1907 W 12-0 1908 T 6-6 1909 L 8-42 1911 L 0-37 Oklahoma State (1-6 1913 L 0-3 1921 L 0-13 1936 L 0-6 1937 L 3-25 1938 W 14-0 1939 L 6-27 1940 L 14-33 Olathe Air Force Base (0-1 1945 L 0-19

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Olathe Naval Base (1-0) 1953 W 64-0 Ottawa (12-6-5) 1899 W 1898 T 1897 L 1898 T 1899 W 1900 W 1901 T 1902 L 1904 W 1905 W 1908 W 1910 L 1911 T 1912 W 1916 W 1917 W 1919 W 1920 W 1921 T 1922 W 1923 L 1924 L 1925 T 1926 W 1927 L

10-5 12-12 4-10 12-12 10-5 16-0 12-12 0-16 23-4 16-6 26-5 0-9 0-0 55-0 7-6 19-6 32-14 16-7 0-0 19-13 0-13 3-6 0-0 13-0 0-7

Peru State (6-1) 1941 W 1945 W 1947 W 1948 W 1952 L N7 1964 W N6 1965 W

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O8 1977 O7 1978 N10 1979 N8 1980 O3 1981 O2 1982 N12 1983 N10 1984 S28 1985 S27 1986 O24 1987 O22 1988 S23 1989 S22 1990 O5 1991 O3 1992 O30 1993 O29 1994 N11 1995 N16 1996 O23 1997 O24 1998 S18 1999 S16 2000 S22 2001 S28 2002 N15 2003 N6 2004 O29 2005 N4 2006

Pittsburg State (19-59-1) 1920 W 7-0 1921 L 7-21 1922 L 0-6 1923 L 0-10 1924 L 0-20 1928 W 12-0 1929 W 12-7 1930 W 13-7 1931 W 15-0 1932 W 27-7 1933 W 6-0 1934 L 13-18 1941 T 7-7 1942 L 0-19 1943 L 7-27 1943 L 0-39 1944 L 6-26 1946 W 12-7 1947 W 13-12 1948 W 25-7 1949 W 27-19 1950 L 6-39 1951 L 0-23 1952 L 7-17 1953 W 36-13 1954 W 13-12 1955 L 7-12 1956 L 0-27 1957 L 6-21 1958 L 7-13 1959 L 6-26 1960 L 6-27 O28 1961 L 0-40 Topeka O27 1962 L 0-27 Pittsburg O26 1963 L 20-21 Topeka O24 1964 W 17-7 Topeka O23 1965 L 7-20 Pittsburg O22 1966 L 20-24 Topeka O21 1967 L 12-38 Pittsburg

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O19 1968 L 0-14 Topeka O18 1969 W 19-17 Pittsburg O31 1970 L 7-13 Topeka O30 1971 L 0-27 Pittsburg N4 1972 L 7-21 Topeka N3 1973 L 14-21 Pittsburg N16 1974 L 14-15 Topeka N15 1975 L 16-20 Pittsburg O2 1976 W 28-16 Topeka O29 1977 W 28-21 Pittsburg O28 1978 L 14-27 Topeka O6 1979 L 12-46 Pittsburg O4 1980 W 38-36 Topeka O17 1981 L 12-35 Pittsburg O16 1982 L 14-38 Pittsburg O8 1983 L 21-29 Pittsburg O6 1984 L 20-21 Topeka O12 1985 L 18-35 Pittsburg O11 1986 L 7-21 Topeka N15 1986* L 24-58 Pittsburg O31 1987 L 0-44 Pittsburg O29 1988 L 14-23 Topeka O28 1989 L 0-61 Pittsburg O27 1990 L 0-17 Topeka N9 1991 L 0-21 Topeka N7 1992 L 29-48 Pittsburg O2 1993 L 18-55 Topeka O1 1994 L 13-62 Pittsburg O28 1995 L 7-31 Topeka N2 1996 L 14-43 Pittsburg N15 1997 L 11-40 Topeka N14 1998 L 12-72 Pittsburg O23 1999 L 8-27 Topeka O21 2000 L 28-31 Pittsburg S15 2001 L 21-51 Pittsburg S21 2002 L 14-47 Topeka O11 2003 L 10-37 Topeka O2 2004 L 14-70 Pittsburg O1 2005 Wot 35-34 Topeka O10 2006 L 29-14 Pittsburg * NAIA 1st Round Playoffs Rockhurst (3-0) 1940 W 25-23 1941 W 33-0 1949 W 60-0

Southwestern (Kan.) (15-5) 1928 L 0-12 1929 W 13-7 1930 W 33-6 1931 W 2-0 1932 W 21-0 1933 L 0-6 1934 W 6-0 1942 L 0-22 1946 L 0-14 1947 W 7-0 1948 L 13-14 1949 W 21-20 1950 T 14-14 1951 W 28-6 1952 W 41-0 1953 W 27-13 1954 W 41-6 1955 W 33-7 1956 W 14-12 1957 W 28-7 1958 W 27-0

Sam Houston State (0-1) N16 1985 L 7-51 Huntsville, Texas

St. Joseph Medics (1-0) 1901 W 6-5

South Dakota (1-1) S6 1986 W 16-14 Vermillion S5 1987 L 7-17 Vermillion

St. Mary of the Plains (4-1) O5 1968 L 14-23 Dodge City, Kan. S19 1970 W 30-6 Topeka S18 1971 W 43-18 Dodge City, Kan. S9 1978 W 79-3 Topeka S8 1979 W 42-0 Dodge City, Kan.

Southeast Missouri St. 023 1971 L 13-20 O14 1989 L 14-17 O13 1990 L 7-35

(0-3) Cape Giradeau Cape Giradeau Topeka

Southern Colorado (4-7) O19 1963 W 7-0 Pueblo, Colo. O10 1964 W 12-7 Topeka O9 1965 L 14-45 Pueblo, Colo. O8 1966 W 21-13 Topeka O7 1967 L 0-20 Pueblo, Colo. S28 1968 L 7-10 Topeka S27 1969 L 20-21 Pueblo, Colo. O7 1972 L 0-13 Topeka O6 1973 L 7-28 Pueblo, Colo. O19 1974 W 19-14 Topeka O18 1975 L 8-20 Pueblo, Colo. Southern Illinois (0-1) S11 1993 L 14-46 Carbondale Southwest Baptist (13-5) N4 1989 L 19-34 Bolivar, Mo. N3 1990 W 24-9 Topeka N2 1991 W 14-6 Bolivar, Mo. O31 1992 W 21-17 Topeka

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Bolivar, Mo. Topeka Bolivar, Mo. Topeka Bolivar, Mo. Topeka Bolivar, Mo. Topeka Topeka Bolivar, Mo. Bolivar, Mo. Topeka Bolivar, Mo. Topeka

Southwest Missouri St. (2-4-1) 1953 W 27-7 1954 W 14-6 1955 T 21-21 O1 1966 L 6-21 Springfield S30 1967 L 7-30 Topeka S29 1990 L 3-38 Springfield S12 1992 L 15-66 Springfield

St. Mary’s (Kan.) (14-8) 1896 L 0-40 1906 W 42-0 1907 W 22-6 1908 L 0-6 1909 W 12-11 1911 W 18-0 1912 W 22-7 1913 W 24-12 1914 W 33-3 1917 L 0-13 1918 W 13-0 1919 W 40-7 1920 W 17-6 1921 L 3-14 1922 L 7-32 1923 L 7-12 1924 L 0-10 1925 W 7-0 1926 W 10-7 1927 L 7-12 1929 W 19-0 1930 W 27-13

O23 1982 O15 1983 O13 1984 O19 1985 O18 1986 O17 1987 O15 1988

St. Mary’s (Texas) (1-1) 1937 L 13-51 1938 W 33-20 St. Regis (0-1) 1927 L 0-19 Tarkio (1-0) 1910 W 9-3 Tenneessee-Martin (0-1) S14 1991 L 7-28 Martin Texas A&M-Commerce (0-2) S24 1977 L 35-36 Topeka S23 1978 L 3-33 Commerce Topeka High School (7-0) 1893 W 18-0 1897 W 6-0 1897 W 18-0 1906 W 9-0 1907 W 10-0 1908 W 17-6 1909 W 12-0 Topeka Independents (2-0) 1896 W 28-0 1896 W 14-0 Truman (6-18) 1958 L 1959 L 1960 L S22 1961 L 22 1962 L S21 1963 W S16 1989 W S15 1990 L S21 1991 L S19 1992 L O16 1993 L O15 1994 L S23 1995 L S28 1996 L O11 1997 L O10 1998 L N6 1999 W N4 2000 L O6 2001 L O12 2002 W S27 2003 L S18 2004 W O15 2005 W O21 2006 L

13-26 0-6 12-39 9-27 0-39 7-6 21-3 17-44 7-14 8-42 0-34 31-50 17-41 21-38 7-37 28-38 52-18 42-45 26-27 26-21 6-12 62-0 21-14 7-21

Tulsa (0-6) 1929 1932 1933 1935 1936 1940

7-19 0-20 0-7 6-19 0-47 6-37

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Topeka Kirksville, Mo. Topeka Topeka Topeka Topeka Kirksville, Mo. Topeka Kirksville, Mo. Topeka Kirksville, Mo. Topeka Kirksville, Mo. Topeka Kirksville, Mo. Topeka Kirksville, Mo. Topeka Kirksville, Mo. Topeka Kirksville, Mo.

Washington (0-1) 1948 L 0-28 Washington (Mo.) (1-1) 1939 W 26-0 1940 L 20-28 Wayne State (Neb.) (9-5) S26 1970 W 21-14 Topeka S25 1971 W 14-7 Wayne N5 1977 W 24-17 Topeka N4 1978 L 6-7 Wayne O13 1979 L 9-7 Topeka O11 1980 L 18-24 Wayne O24 1981 W 10-6 Topeka

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Topeka Topeka Wayne Topeka Wayne Wayne Topeka

Western Illinois (1-2) 1956 L 15-18 1957 W 13-6 S7 1991 L 3-42 Macomb Western Washington (1-1) S3 2005 W 31-21 Topeka S9 2006 L 13-16 Bellingham Westminster (0-1) 1928 L 0-18 Wichita State (11-16-1) 1904 W 10-0 1905 W 10-6 1906 L 6-7 1907 W 12-0 1908 L 16-25 1911 L 0-22 1916 L 0-9 1917 L 0-6 1919 W 53-0 1920 W 7-0 1921 W 7-6 1928 L 0-27 1929 L 0-20 1930 W 32-12 1931 W 7-6 1932 L 7-8 1933 L 0-19 1934 W 6-0 1935 L 6-7 1936 W 13-6 1937 L 7-19 1938 L 6-35 1939 L 6-7 1940 L 6-14 1941 T 7-7 1942 L 0-42 1945 W 14-0 1946 L 0-21 William Jewell (7-5) 1912 W 7-0 1913 W 24-0 1928 L 12-20 1929 L 2-16 N2 1968 L 6-40 N1 1969 L 7-48 O3 1970 W 27-6 O2 1971 W 17-16 S23 1972 W 10-0 S22 1973 L 7-14 S14 1974 W 21-13 S13 1975 W 36-7

Liberty, Mo. Topeka Liberty, Mo. Liberty, Mo. Liberty, Mo. Topeka Liberty, Mo. Topeka

Wisconsin-River Falls (1-0) S5 1998 W 9-6 Topeka Wisconsin-LaCrosse (2-2) S4 1999 W 24-21 LaCrosse S2 2000 W 26-6 Topeka S1 2001 L 18-37 LaCrosse S7 2002 L 17-31 Topeka


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Washburn University was established in February 1865 as Lincoln College by a charter issued by the State of Kansas and the General Association of Congregational Ministers and Churches of Kansas. A two-story brick building on the northeast corner of 10th and Jackson Streets was soon erected and the first classes began in January 1866. In 1868, the school was renamed Washburn College, in recognition of a $25,000 donation by Ichabod Washburn, a church deacon and resident of Worcester, Mass. The university was granted a permanent location in 1865 when Topekan Col. John Ritchie donated a 160-acre site, which at the time was a considerable distance southwest of the city. Construction on the first building began in 1872, with occupancy taking place in 1874. For the next two decades, college President Peter MacVicar conducted an aggressive devel-

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opment campaign. His efforts resulted in the establishment of numerous Victorian limestone structures which characterized the campus for the next 90 years. Expansion of the school was constant. The School of Law was organized in 1903, as was a School of Fine Arts and a medical school, which educated physicians until 1913. During the next three decades structures such as the Mulvane Art Museum, Benton Hall and Whiting Field House were added to the campus. In June 1966, a tornado struck Topeka and several historic buildings on campus were demolished. The Washburn community rallied and financial support from friends and alumni made possible the rebuilding of many school facilities during the coming years. Today, university facilities offer more than one million square feet of modern academic and support space. In 1941, the citizens of Topeka en-


dorsed Washburn by voting to establish a municipal university, supported in part by the city and governed by a local board of regents. In 1952, the Washburn Board of Regents officially changed the name of the school to Washburn University of Topeka. In 1999, the university's primary funding was moved from city property tax to county sales tax sources, with the school retaining status as a municipal subdivision of the state. In addition to local financial support, Washburn has received state funds since 1961, which have been coordinated by the Kansas Board of Regents since 1991. Washburn is governed by its own nine member Board of Regents. Washburn provides broadly-based liberal arts and professional education through more than 200 certificate, associate, baccalaureate, master's and juris doctor programs through the College of Arts and Sciences and the Schools of Law, Business, Nursing and Applied Studies. Ninety-seven percent of the faculty hold a doctorate or the highest degree available in their discipline.

Jerry Farley became the 14th President of Washburn University in 1997 following an extensive career in finance and Dr. Jerry B. Farley University President business affairs at several Oklahoma higher education institutions. Aside from a full schedule of Washburn responsibilities, Dr. Farley speaks and teaches around the United States on topics related to Higher Education Finance, Auditing, Management and Leadership. He is a C.P.A. and has been the president and chair of the board of several state and national professional organizations. He has authored or co-authored numerous

articles and books on finance and accounting. Dr. Farley holds a degree in finance and accounting, an MBA, and a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration - all from the University of Oklahoma. Serving on local and state boards has always been a priority for Dr. Farley. He is past president of the Topeka Chamber of Commerce. He has served on the board of directors of Red Cross, American Cancer Society, Boy Scouts, United Way and economic development corporations including Go Topeka. He is the recipient of awards for outstanding contributions in public service, accounting, and higher education.

Academic Majors

* Denotes fields in which Secondary Education teaching certificates are available. Degrees are listed after majors (C=Certificate of Completion) # Denotes joint programs with Kaw Area Technical School

Accounting, BBA, MBA Addiction Counseling, C, AAS, BAS Adult Care Home Administrator, C, BAS Allied Health C, AS, BHS Anthropology, BA Art History, BA Art*, BA, BFA Athletic Training, BS Banking, AAS Biology*, BA,BS Business Administration, MBA Business Education, B.Ed Cardiac Sonography, C Chemistry*, BA,BS Clinical Psychology, MA Communication, BA Computer Information Science, BS Computer Information Systems, AA, BA, BS Correctional Administration, MCJ Criminal Justice, AA, BSCJ Criminal Justice, MCJ Curriculum and Instruction, M.Ed. Design Technology, AAS # Developmental Disabilities, AAS, BAS Diagnostic Medical Sonography, C Early Childhood Education, AA Early Childhood Education, B.Ed Economics, BA Economics, BBA Education, M.Ed. Educational Administration, M.Ed Elementary Education, B.Ed English*, BA Executive Administrative Assistant, C Finance, BBA Food Service, AA # Forensic Chemical Science, BS French*, BA General Business, BBA General Science, BS General Sonography, C German*, BA Gerontology, AAS, BAS Health Information Technology, C, AS Health Services Administration, BHS History*, BA Human Services, C, AAS, BAS Humanities and Creative and Performing Arts, AA Industrial Technology, AAS # Integrated Studies, BIS Interrelated Special Education, M.Ed.

Law Enforcement, MCJ Law, JD Legal Office Administration, C Legal Studies, C, AA Liberal Studies, MLS Management, BBA Marketing, BBA Mass Media, BA Mathematics*, BA, BS Medical Imaging , BHS Medical Office Administration, C Medical Technology, BS Mental Health and Disabilities, AAS, BAS Military and Strategic Studies, C Music Education, BM Music Performance, BM Music, BA Natural Science and Mathematics, AA Non-Profit Management, C, BPA (in association with Public Administration) Nursing, BSN Office Administration C, AA # Philosophy, BA Physical Education*, BA, B.Ed, BS Physical Therapy Assistant, AS Physics*, BA, BS Political Science, BA Pre-Dentistry Pre-Engineering Pre-Law Pre-Medicine Pre-Optometry Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Theology Pre-Veterinary Medicine Psychology*, BA, MA Public Administration, C, BP Public Health Nursing, C Purchasing, C, AAS # Radiation Therapy, C Radiologic Technology, AS Reading, M.Ed. Religious Studies, BA Respiratory Therapy, AS RN Articulation, BSN RN Refresher School Nurse Certification, C Secondary Education, M.Ed Social Work, BSW Social Work, MSW Sociology, BA Spanish*, BA Studio Art, BA Technology Administration, BAS Theatre, BA Vascular Sonography, C Victim/Survivor Services, C, AAS, BAS Word Processing, C Youth Services, AAS, BAS

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2006-07 Season Flashback

Team

Baseball Basketball-M

Steve Anson Baseball

Basketball-W Football

29-4 7-4

15-21 4-14

7th 10th

1st 1st

15-3 6-3

147-26 15-1-6

40-0 10-1-3

Tennis-W Volleyball

20-2 27-9

7-0 9-4

Totals

Craig Schurig Football

21-28 8-19

MIAA MIAA Finish

Golf Soccer-W

Softball Tennis-M

Bob Chipman Basketball (M)

Overall W-L

30-20 18-3

2nd 4th

11-7 2-2

4th 1st

2nd 1st - West

322-116-6 119-55-3 (.680)

none none

NCAA Sweet 16 none

5th at NCAA National Tournament NCAA Round of 32

Chris Herron Volleyball

3rd at MIAA Tournament NCAA Sweet 16

NCAA Round of 32 NCAA Tournament First Round

Overall athletic department winning percentage - .732

Ron McHenry Basketball (W)

Jennifer Hastert Tennis (M/W)

Lisa Carey Softball

Doug Hamilton Golf

Loren Ferré became Washburn’s director of athletics in February of 1996 after a six-year appointment at Black Hills State University in Spearfish, S.D. Ferré is a dynamic leader who has implemented many internal changes within the athletic department since arriving on campus. He has put increasing scholarships and departmental fund-raising at the top of his list. In 2005, Ferré was named the Central Region Athletic Director of the Year. Loren Ferre’ At Washburn, Ferré has been instrumenAthletic Director tal in the establishment of a strong Ichabod Club support team and the raising of funds for athletic scholarships. While at BHSU, Ferré was also director of the Donald E. Young Sports Fitness Center, a 172,000 square foot, $10.2 million facility. During his Black Hills tenure, the athletics department nearly tripled its outside revenue, including large increases in ticket sales and scholarship funding. All 10 varsity teams won a conference title in his final three years. Before joining the staff at Black Hills State, Ferré spent 17 years at the University of North Texas. He was the director of the Coliseum (1987-90) and was the associate and assistant director since 1980. He held the post of event coordinator (1978-80). Ferré is a 1971 graduate of Texas Christian University, earning a bachelor of arts degree. He earned a master’s in journalism from North Texas in 1982. Ferré also served a three-year term as Chair of the NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball South Central Regional Chairman. Ferré and his wife Sarah, have two daughters, Caitlin and Hope.

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Ichabods and Lady Blues in the Classroom

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Number out of the 10 Washburn sports who posted a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better during the 2006-07 school year.

of student athletes (112 of 246) who 46% Percentage recorded a grade point average of 3.0 of higher. 63 of those students recorded at least a 3.5 GPA and 18 finished with a perfect 4.0 GPA.

athletic department grade point average for 3.05 Average the 10 teams at Washburn.

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Number of athletes named to the MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll

13

Number of Washburn athletes named to the MIAA’s All-Academic Team recoring at least a 3.5 GPA and named to a first, second or honorable mention allconference team.

1

Number of Academic All-Americans by Washburn Lady Blues soccer player Lisa Fahey who was named third team CoSIDA All-American.


30 MIAA titles and counting

Since joining the MIAA for the 1989-90 season, Washburn’s athletic teams have won 30 conference championships and one national champion in women’s basketball in 2005. Since becoming eligible for MIAA Championships, the Ichabods and Lady Blues have won 30 MIAA Championships since becoming eligible for conference championships beginning in the 1990-91 season. The Ichabods and Lady Blues athletic teams won four MIAA Championships during the 2006-07 school year. The Ichabod tennis team won its second straight MIAA Championship while the Lady Blues soccer team won its first conference title in their fourth season of a program. The Lady Blues volleyball team won the MIAA West Division and the Ichabod golf team won its fourth championship in the last five years.

National Team Championships (3) Men’s Basketball (2) Women’s Basketball (1)

1925 (AAU), 1987 (NAIA) 2005 (NCAA)

MIAA Team Championships (30) Men’s Basketball (9) Women’s Baskeball (5) Men’s Golf (4) Women’s Tennis (3) Volleyball (3) Men’s Tennis (2) Football (1) Women’s Soccer (1) Softball (1) Baseball (1)

1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005 1993, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007 1991, 2000, 2004 2002, 2005, 2006 (west) 2006, 2007 2005 2006 2002 1991 (north)

NCAA Appearances (55) Women’s Basketball (11) Women’s Tennis (11) Men’s Basketball (10) Men’s Tennis (8) Men’s Golf (7) Volleyball (4) Softball (2) Football (1) Women’s Soccer (1)

1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007 1998, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006 1998, 2006 2005 2006

National Championships since Washburn joined D2 Northwest Missouri 2 (football) Central Missouri 1 (baseball) Washburn 1 (women’s basketball) Missouri Southern 1 (softball) Pittsburg State 1 (football) *only in sports Washburn competes in

Overall MIAA titles since Washburn joined league Central Missouri 37 Washburn 30 Northwest Missouri 25 Emporia State 14 Truman 13 Southwest Baptist 12 Pittsburg State 11 Missouri Western 11 Missouri Southern 9 Fort Hays State 0 *only in sports Washburn competes in beginning in the 1990-91 season when eligible for MIAA Championships

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Washburn Administrative Staff John Burns Assistant Athletic Trainer/ Professor HPEES John Burns is in his fourth season as a Certified Athletic Trainer after joining Washburn Athletics in August of 2003. Burns, a native of Salina, Kan., has job responsibilities with both athletics and academics. His primary athletic training responsibilities is with the football team, and academically, he oversees and teaches athletic training students as the Clinical Education Coordinator in the Athletic Training Education Program for the HPEES department. He is an alumnus of Washburn, receiving his bachelor’s degree in 1992. Burns then earned a Master of Science degree in exercise and sports science from the University of Arizona in 1994. Prior to returning to Washburn, he was a staff athletic trainer at Freeman Hospital in Joplin, Mo., and most recently, the Coordinator of Sports Medicine for Integris Baptist Regional Health Center in Miami, Okla., where he also served as a consultant athletic trainer for the Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Junior College Norsemen. John is married to Linda Oldham Burns, also a Washburn alumn and scholarship coordinator in the financial aid department, and they have a son, Tyler. Gene Cassell Sports Information Director Gene Cassell is in his eighth season as Washburn Sports Information Director after starting in December 1998. Cassell is a 1997 graduate from Northwest Missouri State University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in journalism accompanied with a minor in broadcasting. Besides overseeing the media relations of Washburn’s 10 athletic teams, Cassell also runs game administration and is the webmaster of “The Blue Zone” - The Official Site of Washburn Athletics. Cassell is a member of CoSIDA and a member of the Publications Contest Committee. Cassell has received 45 citations for excellence for office publications, including eight best in the nation, 12 second place finishes and six best covers in the nation. Cassell and his wife, Regina, live in Topeka with their two sons, Jacob who was born on March 23, 2003, and Jared who was born on May 26, 2005. Regina is the director of student publications and is a professor in the Washburn mass media department. Janet Degginger Assistant Director of Athletics/ Senior Women’s Administrator Janet Degginger is in her 20th year as Washburn’s assistant athletics director. Degginger returned to her alma mater in 1987 as assistant director of athletics. In that capacity, she is responsible for man-

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aging and monitoring the eligibility of student athletes as the compliance director. During the 1995-96 academic year, Degginger served as the interim director of athletics. She also currently serves as the university’s senior women’s administrator. Degginger has served on several university, conference and national committees. She is currently a member of the NCAA Professional Sports Liaison Committee and has served on a subcommittee of the NCAA Research Committee for developing a financial analysis report. She is a member of Washburn’s Faculty Athletics and Financial Aid committees. Degginger is a 1967 graduate of Washburn and has done postgraduate work at Kansas. She has a son, Preston.

Kerry Dickerson Associate Athletics Director for Development Former Ichabod assistant basketball coach Kerry Dickerson is in his fourth season as the Ichabod athletic department’s director of development after serving six seasons on the Ichabod coaching staff. A native of Blue Springs, Mo., Dickerson was a two-year starter for the Ichabods at point guard and played on the team from 1988 to 1993. He started 38 of 116 games for Washburn and his team leadership on two MIAA championship and NCAA Division II tournament teams was a mark of success. Summer Harris Marketing and Promotions Director / Ticket Coodinator Summer Harris is in her second season as the Marketing/Ticket Coordinator for Washburn. She will also focus on increasing interest and attendance on Ichabod and Lady Blues game nights. Prior to joining the athletic department, Harris worked as a sales rep for Alternative Business Systems in Lenexa, Kan. Harris is a 2004 graduate of Washburn University with a bachelor’s degree in Mass Media/Public Relations and a minor in communications. She was married to assistant football coach Cooper Harris on Dec. 29, 2006 Steve Ice Head Athletic Trainer Steve Ice enters his 25th year as the Head Athletic Trainer at Washburn University. Ice took over the Ichabods and Lady Blues programs in the fall of 1982 after a three-year assignment as the Associate Athletic Trainer at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Penn. During Ice’s tenure at Washburn, the athletics training staff has seen the addition of the Petro Allied Health Center as a valuable resource for the prevention and rehabilitation of WU studentathletes. Ice received his bachelor’s degree from St. Mary

of the Plains College in Dodge City, Kan., in 1977 and earned his master’s from the University of Kansas in 1980. Ice also served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer for the Jayhawks from 1977 to 1979. In addition to his duties at Washburn, Ice works in conjunction with the Tallgrass Orthopedic Group of Topeka. Steve and his wife Janis have four children; Brian, Patrick, Jenna and Alyssa. Jeremy Wangler Assistant Sports Information Director/Assistant Marketing Director Jeremy Wangler began work at Washburn as the assistant sports information director/assistant marketing director in December 2005. Prior to that he worked one semester as the graduate assistant at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and one year as an intern at Emporia State University. Wangler got his bachelor’s degree in journalism at UNO and spent three years working in the sports information department as the student assistant from 2001-04. While there, three of the media guides he helped produce won best in nation in the CoSIDA publications contest. At ESU, Wangler took on numerous duties, including media guide production, as he interned as the assistant media relations director during the 2004-05 year. The Omaha, Neb., native resides in Topeka. Ron Wessel Head Equipment Manager Ron Wessel enters his 27th year at Washburn University as the head equipment manager for the athletics department. Wessel, a native of Sierra Vista, Ariz., is in charge of maintaining all of the athletic department’s equipment needs. He attended Baker University in Baldwin City. Wessel then accepted the equipment manager’s position at Washburn in the spring of 1980. He is a member of the American Equipment Managers Association and became certified in 1992. Wessel has served as a District Director of the AEMA since 1993. In addition, he serves on the Continuing Education Committee of the AEMA. Ron lives in Topeka and enjoys sports, traveling, science fiction and physical fitness.


Washburn Assistant Coaches and Staff

Steve Anson

Ewan Auguste Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

Assistant Football Coach Defensive Coordinatior

Tim Collins

Sandy Foster

Doug Hamilton

Gil Herrera

Chris Herron

John Mullican

Dustin Odum

Head Baseball Coach

Head Women’s Soccer Coach

Petro Facilities Coordinator

Faculty Athletics Representative

Athletics Secretary

Head Women’s Volleyball Coach

Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach

Chris Brown

Lisa Carey

Head Softball Coach

Cooper Harris

Head Golf Coach

Assistant Football Coach Special Teams Coordinator

Trent Jones

Ron McHenry

Assistant Women’s Volleyball Coach

Rob Robinson

Assistant Football Coach Recruiting Coordinator

Head Women’s Basketball Coach

Craig Schurig

Head Football Coach

Bob Chipman Head Men’s Basketball Coach

Jennifer Hastert

Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach

Brian Miller

Assistant Football Coach Offensive Coordinator

David Trupp

Assistant Football Coach Strength/Conditioning

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Washburn University

Area Code: 785 -- Main campus switchboard number: 785-670-1010 General athletics number: 785-670-1134 Athletics fax number: 785-670-1091

University Administration

President Vice President / Administration & Treasurer Vice President / Academic Affairs Vice President / Student Life Vice President / Enrollment Management

Dr. Jerry Farley Wanda Hill Dr. Robin Bowen Dr. Denise Ottinger Al Dickes

jerry.farley@washburn.edu wanda.hill@washburn.edu robin.bowen@washburn.edu denise.ottenger@washburn.edu al.dickes@washburn.edu

670-1556 670-1634 670-1649 670-1390 670-1812

Washburn Athletics Phone Numbers

Director of Athletics Associate Director of Athletics for Development Assistant Director of Athletics/SWA Sports Information Director Marketing/Ticket Director Assistant Sports Information/Marketing Director Faculty Athletics Representative Head Athletic Trainer Head Equipment Manager Athletic Facilities Manager Athletics Secretary Administrative Assistant for Development

Loren Ferre’ Kerry Dickerson Janet Degginger Gene Cassell Summer Harris Jeremy Wangler John Mulican Steve Ice Ron Wessel Gil Herrera Sandy Foster Charie Broughton

loren.ferre@washburn.edu 670-1794 kdicker@wea.org 670-1334 janet.degginger@washburn.edu 670-1790 gene.cassell@washburn.edu 670-1791 summer.harris@washburn.edu 670-2637 jeremy.wangler@washburn.edu 670-1948 john.mullican@washburn.edu 670-1493 steve.ice@washburn.edu 670-1753 ron.wesel@washburn.edu 670-1761 or 1338 gil.herrera@washburn.edu 670-1304 sandy.foster@washburn.edu 670-1339 charie.broughton@washburn.edu 670-1466

Washburn Coaching Staff

Football Head Coach Offensive Coordinator Defensive Coordinator Defensive Line Coach/Strength and Conditioning Linebackers/Special Teams Coordinator Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator Volleyball Head Coach Women’s Soccer Head Coach Baseball Head Coach Softball Head Coach Men’s Basketball Head Coach Assistant Coach Women’s Basketball Head Coach Assistant Coach Golf Head Coach Men’s and Women’s Tennis Head Coach 162

Craig Schurig Brian Miller Chris Brown David Trupp Cooper Harris Rob Robinson

craig.schurig@washburn.edu brian.miller@washburn.edu chris.brown@washburn.edu david.trupp@washburn.edu cooper.harris@washburn.edu rob.robinson@washburn.edu

670-1340 670-1705 670-1795 670-1335 670-1798 670-1947

Chris Herron

chris.herron@washburn.edu

670-1946

Tim Collins

tim.collins@washburn.edu

670-1756

Steve Anson

steve.anson@washburn.edu

670-1793

Lisa Carey

lisa.carey@washburn.edu

670-1797

Bob Chipman Ewan Auguste

bob.chipman@washburn.edu ewan.auguste@washburn.edu

670-1355 670-1881

Ron McHenry Dustin Odum

ron.mchenry@washburn.edu dustin.odum@washburn.edu

670-1796 670-1462

Doug Hamilton

doug.hamilton@washburn.edu

670-1764

Jennifer Hastert

jen.hastert@washburn.edu

670-1757


About Topeka About the city of Topeka:

Topeka is the capital city of Kansas and supports most of the state agencies Topeka is the home of national companies such as Frito-Lay, Goodyear, Payless Shoe Source, American Investors, Hill’s Pet Nutrition and Josten’s Topeka has more than 200 restaurants and 30 attractions, galleries and entertainment venues and more than 3,200 hotel rooms Heartland Park Topeka (left) has been a world-class destination since 1989 and was the first major motorsports facility to be built in North America since 1968.

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Yager Stadium

The $4.3 million construction project began following the 2002 football season. A new press box, University suite, hospitality lounge and booster area reshaped the scenery around the football field. Additional changes include new restroom facilities, concession stands and a viewing point at the north end of the field which includes an Ichabod statue, memorial walkway and donor plaques. Before the 2006 season, an artificial field surface and running track was added to the stadium. The Sportexe field is the same as the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens and was installed at a cost of $1 million. The new name of Yager Stadium at Moore Bowl is in honor of former Ichabod runningback Gary Yager. An anonymous donor pledged $1 million. The first lead gift to the stadium renovation was from former Ichabod defensive end Bernie Bianchino who donated $500,000 for the Bianchino Pavilion which houses six suites, a president’s suite, media facilities, new restroom and concession facilities and meeting rooms. Moore Bowl has served as the home for Washburn football since its dedication on Sept. 28, 1928 - a 20-12 loss to William Jewel. Throughout its 73year history, the bowl has been witness to hundreds of high school and college games, long-standing 164

conference rivalries and the tornado of 1966. Construction of the original bowl was part of a $215,000 athletic project, which also included the addition of Whiting Field House to the Washburn campus. The bowl was built in a natural depression south of Old Thomas Gymnasium and was designed to be similar to the facility at the University of Colorado. By taking advantage of the natural depression, the bowl was constructed in just seven months at a cost of approximately $30,000. The construction work was under the direction of Cleveland S. Loper, head of the engineering department, with the contract for the excavation given to C.A. Ritchie of Topeka. The original design for the horseshoe-shaped bowl (overall size of 400’ by 650’) called for 15,000 seats — 8,000 in the original construction with the remaining seats to be built along the north end of the horseshoe. Additional seating was not added and the bowl currently has a seating capacity of 7,200. A press box and concessions stands were added to the facility in 1963 but destroyed three years later in the ’66 tornado. The bowl was named in honor of George Godfrey Moore, a Topeka sports enthusiast who had developed a reputation throughout the Midwest as a keen sportsman and friend of Washburn.


About Yager Stadium

Gary Yager

Gary Yager is a native of Kansas City, Mo., and the current president and CEO of Vision Bank in Topeka. He previously was vice chairman and director of Western National Bank and Unison Bancorp, Inc. Yager was a member of the Ichabods from 1972-75 and rushed for 1,297 yards and 12 touchdowns in his career. Yager came to Washburn and to the Ichabod football program because of the athletic scholarship he received coming out of East High School. His rushing total ranks 11th all-time in the Washburn career charts, leaving school as the fifth leading ground-gainer in Ichabod history. His most successful season came during his senior campaign when he rushed for 748 yards and eight touchdowns en route to First team all-Great Plains Athletic Conference honors. The eight touchdowns were the second most in school history in a single-season and that total still ranks in the top six all-time while the 748 yards is ninth on the all-time chart. Upon his graduation from Washburn in 1976 with a bachelor of business, Yager remained in Topeka taking a position at the First National Bank of Topeka as the assistant vice president of correspondent banking - a position he held for 10 years before moving to Commerce Bank & Trust Company as the vice president of loans. While at Commerce Bank & Trust, he managed a $34,000,000 loan portfolio. Yager has remained close to Washburn and to the Ichabod football program. He served on the search committee for the Ichabod head coach and was a member of the Football Stadium Renovation Committee helping to fund-raise for the project working as an integral part of getting the Topeka corporate and banking communities involved. He is also past president and treasurer of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Alumni Chapter. He has also served as the vice chairman of the Topeka Housing Authority. Staying active and dedicated to the Topeka and Washburn communities are two of the reasons that compelled the donor to honor Yager with the stadium gift. Yager is married to former Washburn student athlete Widge Swartz. At Washburn, Widge participated in both volleyball and gymnastics. The Yagers have two sons, Tyson and Tab.

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Washburn Facilities Yager Stadium

Yager Stadium at Moore Bowl has been the home of Ichabod football since 1928. The facility underwent major improvements before the 2003 season with the $4.3 million press box addition and concourse. Before the 2006 season, the facility added a Sportexe artificial field turf surface and a four-lane running track which all teams may train on. The Lady Blues soccer team moved to the stadium before the 2006 season. The stadium has a capacity of 7,200.

Lee Arena

Lee Arena is the home of the Ichabod and Lady Blues basketball teams as well as the Lady Blues volleyball teams. The arena was refurbished before the 2001 season with suites and office space and before the 2003 season, a video board and statistic boards were added as well. The arena’s capacity is 3,904 as well as another 200 from the McPherson Booster Room and 75 from the Amerus Conference Room can view the games. The new addition also houses the SBC Student Technology Center.

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Washburn Facilities Falley Field

Falley Field has been the home of the Ichabod baseball team since the 1990 season. Plans for future upgrades include a new scoreboard, bullpens, hitting cages and infield turf. The press box has space for upto 15 media outlets. Capacity for Falley Field is listed at 800.

Washburn Softball Complex

The Washburn Softball Complex has two fields with the east field having dimensions of 200 to the foul poles and 220 to center field. The field has been upgraded with a new 8-foot tall wooden fence and future plans include more seating, a new infield surface, scoreboard addition and completed dugouts. The press box was added before the 2000 season.

Washburn Tennis Complex

The Washburn tennis complex has played host to many NCAA Regionals including both the men’s and women’s regional action in 2007 as well as the fall ITA Midwest Regional Tournament every year since 1993.

Washburn Soccer Complex

The soccer facility is used for practice only as the Lady Blues moved to Yager Stadium before the start of the 2006 season.

Whiting Fieldhouse

The facility built in 1928 is used for Washburn volleybaall and basketball practices. It also holds the indoor batting cages for the baseball and softball teams. 167


Washburn Facilities Weight ROOM After more than $150,000 in upgrades to the weight room, the Washburn athletic program now boasts one of the best facilities in the Midwest. Ichabod Power is based on using free weights and the feet in contact with the floor, using triple extension of the ankle, knee and hip. This type of training is used to develop athletes stability in the joints and trunk, and power in the lower body when in contact with the playing surface. Each multi-rack and Olympic platform allows the Washburn athlete to perform Olympic Lifts on a solid oak surface. The multi-racks are self-contained with all the weight on the rack. This allows the Washburn athlete to perform 90 to 95 percent of their work in one area. The racks and platforms have special features that allow the student-athlete to perform secondary exercises with special attachments. The installation of new equipment transformed Washburn’s weight room into a top-notch facility.

TRAINING ROOM The Washburn Athletic Training Center is one of the most advanced in the Midwest. The four-year old facility is nearly triple the size of the one it replaced. Steve Ice, Washburn’s Head Athletic Trainer, has been with the Ichabods and Lady Blues athletic programs for more than 24 years. He has a student staff of more than 20. Dr. Iris Gonzalez, the campus physician, is the team’s resident doctor. Dr. Matthew Bohm of the Cotton O’Neil Clinic comes to campus every Wednesday to evaluate student-athletes and to educate athletic trainers. Orthopedic Clinic and Sports Medicine provides state-of-the-art orthopedic care. The clinic has a team of five surgeons, a physical assistant, registered nurses, a physical therapist and certified athletic trainers. Stormont-Vail’s Gerald Applelhans, Director of Physical Medicine, provides Michael Ramirez, ATC-R, for daily treatments, education and internship sites. 168


Craig Schurig In Six Seasons At Washburn

Helping Student-Athletes Reach Their Full Potential On and Off the Field

• 2005 MIAA Champions • 2004 Mineral Water Bowl Champions • 3 Consecutive Winning Seasons • 51 All-MIAA Players • 63 MIAA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll Members • 4 All-Americans • 2 Academic All-Americans • More wins than any other coach in Washburn’s history in their first five seasons leading the program • 35 Ichabods of 103 recorded a 3.0 GPA in the spring semester • 21 Ichabods of 103 recorded a 3.5 GPA in the spring semester • 7 Ichabods of 103 recorded a 4.0 GPA in the spring semester


Brandon Walker

Brandon Jackson

Andy Kavanaugh

Ben Ramsey

Aaron Hicks

Adam Ewy

Brian Strand

Bruce Ringwood

Cary Williams

Eric Lawrence

Erin Beck

Jake Lebahn

Ra’Shawn Mosley

Zach Watkins

Jordan Brill

Jeff Rickard

Jarod Tetuan

James Martin

2007 Washburn Ichabod Football Schedule Aug. 25

Chadron State

Yager Stadium

Sept. 1

Colorado School of Mines Golden, Colo.

Sept. 8

Open Date

12 p.m. 1 p.m.

Oct. 6

* Missouri Southern

Yager Stadium

1 p.m.

Oct. 13 * Emporia State Emporia, Kan.

1 p.m.

Oct. 20 * Truman - Homecoming

Yager Stadium

1 p.m.

Maryville, Mo. 1:30 p.m.

Sept. 15 * Fort Hays State - Family Day Yager Stadium

1 p.m.

Oct. 27 * Northwest Missouri

Sept. 22 * Central Missouri

Yager Stadium

1 p.m.

Nov. 3

Sept. 29 * Missouri Western

St. Joseph, Mo.

2 p.m.

Nov. 10 * Southwest Baptist Bolivar, Mo.

* Pittsburg State - Senior Day Yager Stadium

Home games in Blue – *-MIAA Game – All times listed as CST

1 p.m. 1:30 p.m.


2007 Washburn Ichabod Football Media Guide  

2007 Washburn Ichabod Football Media Guide

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