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Central Missouri (Nov. 12 in Topeka, Kan. - 1 p.m.)

Missouri Western (Sept. 22 in Topeka, Kan. - 7 p.m.)

NCAA First Round Playoffs (Nov. 19)

Emporia State (Oct. 1 in Emporia, Kan. - 1 p.m.)

NCAA Second Round Playoffs (Nov. 26)

Truman State (Oct. 8 in Kirksville, Mo. - 2 p.m.)

NCAA National Quarterfinals (Dec. 3)

Central Oklahoma (Oct. 15 in Topeka, Kan. - 1 p.m.)

NCAA National Semifinals (Dec. 10)

Northwest Missouri (Oct. 22 in Maryville, Mo. - 2 p.m.)

NCAA National Championship (Dec. 17 in Florence, Ala.)

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Missouri Southern (Sept. 17 in Joplin, Mo. - 6 p.m.)

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Pittsburg State (Nov. 5 in Pittsburg, Kan. - 2 p.m.)

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Lincoln (Sept. 8 in Topeka, Kan. - 6 p.m.)

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Fort Hays State (Oct. 29 in Topeka, Kan. - 1 p.m.)

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Sioux Falls (Sept. 1 in Sioux Falls - 6 p.m.)

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Design The entire guide was designed by sports information director Gene Cassell.

Photography Photos were taken by Gene Cassell, Scott Sewell, Jeff Jacobsen, Laura Jacobsen, Peggy Clark, WU News and Information, Aaron Defenbaugh, the Topeka Visitor’s and Convention Bureau, Heartland Park, Kaw Yearbook, Washburn Archives, Jimmy Cribbs - Atlanta Falcons, Phil Hoffman - Baltimore Ravens, the San Francisco 49ers and Washburn sports information archives. Jermon Watson’s photo courtesy of Brock Stubbs of Pec-Sports Photography. Graphical helmets courtesy of the Helmet Project.

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On the Cover On the cover is the six returning Ichabods who earned all-MIAA honors last season. They include Brian Folkerts (65), Dane Simoneau (9), Dakota PalanJohnson (91), Jahmil Taylor (23), and Marty Pfannenstiel (6).

Editorial The guide was edited byLouisa Schurig.

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2011 Washburn Football Guide The 2011 Washburn Football Guide was designed and produced by the Washburn Sports Information Office using Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. The guide was printed by Multi-Ad Printing in Peoria, Ill..

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Table of Contents Washburn Quick Facts

2011 SEASON PREVIEW 7 9 11 13 15

Overall Preview Ichabod Offense Ichabod Defense Ichabod Special Teams Ichabod Seniors

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16 2011 Washburn Ichabod Roster 18 Preseason Two-Deeps 18 Pronunciation Guide 18 Preseason Player Personnel Chart 19 Ichabods by State 20 Ichabod Squad Notes 22 Returning Player Profiles 41 Newcomers 45 Ichabods In The Kansas Shrine Bowl 46 Ichabods From Kansas

Coaches 48 51 52 53 54 55 56 57

Head Coach Craig Schurig Defensive Coordinator Cooper Harris Offensive Coordinator Rob Robinson Strength & Conditioning David Trupp Offensive Line Coach Eric Eisenbarth Defensive Lineman Coach Brock Luke Wide Receivers Coach Josh Osborn Graduate Assistants/Support Staff

OPPONENTS 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72

University of Sioux Falls Lincoln University Missouri Southern State University Missouri Western University Emporia State University Truman State University University of Central Oklahoma Northwest Missouri State University Fort Hays State University Pittsburg State University University of Central Missouri 2011 MIAA Composite Schedule Opponents Game-by-Game Series History

2010 Review

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2010 Season In Review 2010 Season Award Winners 2010 Season Highlights 2010 Season Team Statistics 2010 Season Individual Statistics 2010 Final Defensive Statistics 2010 Defensive Game-by-Game Statistics 2010 Offensive Game-By-Game Statistics 2010 Superlatives 2010 Starting Lineups/Career Starts Colorado School of Mines Recap Abilene Christian University Recap Missouri Western State University Recap University of Central Missouri Recap Fort Hays State University Recap University of Nebraska-Omaha Recap

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Pittsburg State University Recap Northwest Missouri State University Recap Truman State University Recap Emporia State University Recap Missouri Southern State University Recap Midwestern State University Recap

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92 Final 2010 MIAA Standings 92 2010 All-MIAA Teams 93 Final 2010 MIAA Team Statistics 93 Final 2010 MIAA Individual Statistics 95 All-Time MIAA Standings 96 MIAA Record Book 99 About the MIAA 100 MIAA All-Time Champions 100 MIAA Teams In the NCAA Playoffs

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102 Individual Rushing 105 Individual Passing 108 Individual Receiving 111 Individual Total Offense 113 Individual All Purpose Yards 114 Individual Scoring 115 Individual Kick Scoring 116 Individual Punting 118 Individual Punt Returns 119 Individual Kickoff Returns 120 Individual Defense 123 Defensive Highs - Tackles Single Game 124 Offensive Highs - 250+ Yards of Offense


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(continued) 124 Offensive Highs - 175+ All-Purpose Yards 125 Team Highs - 500 Yards Offense 125 Team Highs - 300 Passing Yards 125 Team Highs - 300 Rushing Yards 126 Year-by-Year Stat Leaders 129 Milestone Wins 130 Ichabod Team Records 130 Ichabod Record Charts 132 Scoring Records 133 Yearly NCAA Final Team Rankings 134 Yearly NCAA Final Individual Rankings

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136 Ichabod Championship & Postseason Teams 138 Ichabod Postseason Game Recaps 141 Ichabod Postseason Record Book 142 Ichabod All-Americans/Postseason Honors 146 Ichabods In The Pros/NFL Draft 147 All-time Roster/Lettermen (1946-2010) 151 Washburn Football History 152 Past Season Ichabod MVPs 153 Ichabods in the National Polls 154 Ichabod Yearly Summary 155 Ichabod Coaching Records 156 Who Threw the First Forward Pass? 156 All-Time Game Results 166 MIAA Future Schedules 167 All-Time Record Versus Opponents 168 All Opponents Series History

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172 About Washburn 173 President Dr. Jerry Farley 174 2010-11 Athletics in Review 174 WU Athletic Director Loren FerrĂŠ 174 Ichabods and Lady Blues in the Classroom 175 Washburn in the MIAA 176 Athletics Staff 177 Washburn Staff Directory 178 About Topeka 178 Yager Stadium 180 Washburn Facilities 182 Capitol Federal Savings Strength Center 183 Ichabod Football Locker Room 184 Media Information 184 Ichabods on Radio 184 Washburn Sports Information Office

In Memoriam

Sports Information Sports Information Director Gene Cassell Email: gene.cassell@washburn.edu Office Phone: (785) 670-1791 Assistant SID Mike Knipper Email: mike.knipper@washburn.edu Office Phone: (785) 670-1948 Yager Stadium Press Box: (785) 670-1563 www.wusports.com twitter.com/wusports facebook.com/wusports

Jermon Watson, a redshirt freshman to be for the Ichabods passed away on June 11, 2011. Watson was from St. Louis, Mo., and attended Rockwood Summit High School. This season, a different player during each game will wear Watson’s No. 20 jersey, the number he wore in high school and was assigned for the 2011 season.


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University Information

Name of School Washburn University City/Zip Topeka, KS 66621 Founded 1865 Enrollment 7,200 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 Alma Mater, Yr. Oklahoma ‘68 Athletics Director Loren Ferre’ Alma Mater, Yr. Texas Christian ‘71 Athletic Dept. Phone 785-670-1135 Ticket Office Phone 785-231-2637 Athletic Trainer Steve Ice, ATC Equipment Manager Ron Wessel, CEM

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Head Coach Craig Schurig Alma mater, Yr. Colorado School of Mines, 1987 Record at school (years) 62-41, 10th season upcoming Career record (years) 62-41, 10th season upcoming Football office phone 785-670-1340 Best time/day to call 10 a.m. to noon Offensive Scheme West Coast-Pro Set Defensive Scheme 4-4 Assistant Coaches / Duties Cooper Harris (Pittsburg State 1995) Linebackers / Defensive Coordinator Rob Robinson (William Jewell 2000) Offensive Coordinator / Running Backs David Trupp (Baker, 1991) Tight Ends / Strength & Conditioning Eric Eisenbarth (Washburn, 2009) Offensive Line Brock Luke (Clarion, 2005) Defensive Line / Special Teams Coordinator / Recruiting Coordinator Josh Osborn (Washburn, 2010) Wide Receivers Graduate and Volunteer Assistants / Duties Frank Crosson (Ottawa, 1977) Tight Ends Ty Lewis (Washburn, 2011) Offensive Line Jeff Schwinn (Kansas State, 2003) Linebackers LaRon Moore (Texas Tech, 2011) Defensive Backs Corey Schulte (Ottawa, 2011) Defensive Line Travis Brown (Kansas State, 2003) Punters/Placekickers

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Total Lettermen Returning 44 Offensive 16 Defensive 28 Special Teams 0 Lettermen Lost 18 Offensive 9 Defensive 7 Special Teams 2 Players who redshirted in 2010 19 Position Starters Returning 17 Offensive 7 Defensive 8 Special Teams 2 Seniors 18 Juniors 14 Sophomores 17 Redshirt Freshmen 16 True Freshmen 37 Total 102 2010 Final Record 8-4 Conference Record 6-3 / T2nd

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Washburn Football History

First year of football 1891 (2011 is 121st season) Total games 1,012 Overall all-time record 505-550-44 (.478) Number of years in national playoffs 6 Last postseason playoff opponent West Texas A&M, lost 40-39 in 2007 NCAA First Round Playoffs (11/17/08) Last Non-playoff Postseason appearance Midwestern State, won 45-14 in 2010 Kanza Bowl (12/4/11) All-time MIAA record 74-105 All-time postseason record 3-5 All-time NCAA postseason record 0-2 Conference titles

8 1907, 1931, 1949, 1953, 1954, 1964, 1983, 2005

MIAA titles Postseason playoff appearances Undefeated seasons 9+ win seasons Most consecutive wins Most consecutive games without a loss All-time points scored All-time points allowed First team all-conference players First team all-MIAA players All-American selections NCAA All-American selections NFL draft picks Academic All-Americans

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1 2005 7 1974, 1976, 1986, 1988, 2004, 2005, 2007 4 1893, 1898, 1903, 1907 1 2005 13, 1930-1931 15, 1902-1904 17,490 18,962 111 34 57 35 5 19

Sports Information Director Gene Cassell SID office phone 785.670-1791 SID E-Mail gene.cassell@washburn.edu Home phone 785-357-5094 Cell phone 785-969-7577 Assistant SID Jeremy Wangler E-Mail jeremy.wangler@washburn.edu Office phone 785-670-1948 Football SID Cassell office phone same home phone same SID fax 785-670-1091 Press Box phone 785-670-1563 SID maling address 1700 College; Topeka, Kan. 66621 Overnight address Petro Allied Health Center, Room 200 Topeka, KS 66621 Washburn Athletics Web Site www.wusports.com Facebook facebook.com/wusports Twitter twitter.com/wusports YouTube youtube.com/wusports


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Ichabods look to build on 2010’s 8-4 season and Kanza Bowl title while returning to the NCAA playoffs The Washburn Ichabods will return 15 starters on the offensive and defensive side of the ball coming off an 8-4 season and a 45-14 win over No. 24 ranked Midwestern State in the 2010 Kanza Bowl. Washburn will build from the extra practice time leading up to the bowl game along with spring practice to be ready to go entering 2011. Washburn has seven starters on offense and eight on defense. The Ichabods will have seven different returning players who earned all-MIAA honors last season. Senior offensive tackle Brian Folkerts was an all-region pick in 2010 and enters the 2011 campaign as an honorable mention preseason AllAmerican pick. Record breaking senior quarterback and 2011 Preseason First team All-American selection Dane Simoneau was an honorable mention allMIAA pick in 2010. Defensively, senior linebacker Marty Pfannenstiel was a second team all-MIAA pick as was senior defensive end Dakota Palan-Johnson. Junior linebacker Jahmil Taylor was an honorable mention all-MIAA choice.

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OFFENSE Ichabods look to continue record-setting play from the 2010 campaign For the second straight season the Ichabod offense set school records for total offense and passing yards and with 10 starters returning to the lineup the sky is the limit for the offense. Leading the charge is senior quarterback Dane Simoneau who enters the season with 20 school single-season and career records passing for 7,202 yards in 28 starts. Fellow senior Cameron Kasel enters the season at No. 2 on the depth chart providing an experienced back up at quarterback. Senior running back Justin Cooper returns with 14 career starts and more than 1,500 career rushing yards. Redshirt freshman Sean McPherson will also compete for time in the rotation. At fullback, senior Greg Schoenberg has made 12 starts helping to clear the way for the two 1,000-yard rushers. Junior Andrew Lichter and sophomore Joseph Schmidt will also see time. DeJuan Beard and Ronnell Garner will look to make up for the graduation of Washburn’s single-season leader Joe Hastings, who tallied 1,546 receiving yards last year. Beard had 26 catches for 374 yards and five touchdowns while Garner had 16 catches for 240 yards. They will be joined by sophomores Matt Kobbeman, Mark Fancher and Payton Iverson in the rotation. Returning this season at tight end is sophomore Toré Hurst who had 15 catches for 236 yards and six touchdowns as a true freshman in 2010. Coming back from an injury forcing him out of the entire season is junior Ryan Mertz. Mertz had 26 catches for 547 yards in 2009 and three touchdowns. Senior Corey Walker is making the move from defensive end to tight end. Up front, the Ichabods return two starters in senior Brian Folkerts and junior Steve Dieckhaus. They will be joined by sophomores Kyle Duncan at center and Darion Hillman at right guard. Senior Victor Butler, who started on the defensive line last season is moving back to the offensive line. Nebraska-Omaha transfer Michael Lisher along with Mike Farmer and Stanley Travis and several incoming freshmen will create more depth on the offensive line.

Starters returning ## Name Pos. 17 DeJuan Beard WR 2 Justin Cooper RB 68 Steve Dieckhaus LG 65 Brian Folkerts LT 15 Ronnell Garner WR 84 Toré Hurst TE 88 Ryan Mertz# TE 44 Greg Schoenberg FB 9 Dane Simoneau QB #missed 2010 with injury

Ht. 6-2 5-11 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-2 6-7 5-11 6-3

Wt. 185 203 275 285 180 225 224 230 200

Class So. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Career Starts 5 14 15 26 1 2 12 11 28

Notes Had 26 catches for 374 yards and five touchdowns in first season at Washburn 14th in school history with 1,510 rushing yards collecting 15 touchdowns Has started the last 15 games at both left and right guard A three-time all-MIAA pick starting the last 12 at left tackle Had 240 yards receiving and two touchdowns in first season at Washburn Had six touchdowns as a true freshman with 236 receiving yards on 15 catches Has recorded 37 catches for 547 yards averaging 19.5 per catch Has 118 career rushing yards and one touchdown with 182 receiving yards Has 10, 300-yard passing games at Washburn holding school record with 64 TD’s

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defense Ichabods depth at several positions will be key to upcoming season The Ichabods return seven starters and another full time starter who began at least six games last season. Washburn will have a new signal-caller on the defensive side as Cooper Harris moves up to the defensive coordinator after serving the last two as the co-coordinator. On the line, Washburn returns three starters in Dakota Palan-Johnson and Cameron Jackson at end and Ian Williams at tackle. Jake Cervantes and Jayveri Kelly will be in a strong rotation on the defensive line and Adebayo Oladapo and Alex Dowty will also compete for playing time. Others including Alex Dowty will also compete for time. In the linebacking corps Marty Pfannenstiel returns at one outside position while Jahmil Taylor and Bryce Atagi return along with Michael Hollins who started the first four games before missing the remainder of the season with an injury. Terry Grimmett also started the last five games of the season at an outside linebacker position, but is slated to return to a cornerback position entering the season. Zach Livingston, Ryan Macken and Mark Kolmer will also add depth to a talented group. Senior cornerback Patrick Jean is going to start the season on the right side. Devon Connors and Grimmett along with Steven Dudley will play in the rotation. At free safety Casey Curran returns where he has started 25 games missing the final nine games last season.

Starters returning ## Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Class Career Starts 13 Bryce Atagi ILB 5-10 225 So. 2 19 Casey Curran# FS 5-10 200 Sr. 25 3 Terry Grimmett OLB 6-0 196 Jr. 7 18 Michael Hollins ^ ILB 5-11 195 Sr. 4 90 Cameron Jackson DE 6-2 240 Sr. 11 91 Dakota Palan-Johnson DE 6-2 234 Sr. 12 6 Marty Pfannenstiel OLB 6-2 209 Sr. 19 23 Jahmil Taylor ILB 6-1 212 Jr. 18 94 Ian Williams DT 6-2 290 Sr. 25 #missed 2010 with injury • ^missed final 9 games with injury

Notes Recorded 50 tackles playing in all 12 games as a redshirt freshman Has recorded 214 tackles in 33 games with 129 solo stops Has 36 career tackles with 28 solo stops and one tackle for loss Had 33 tackles and 18 solo stops in the first three games last season Had 33 tackles and 7.0 tackles for loss for 28 yards in first season at Washburn Led the 2010 team with 17.5 tackles for loss and 11.5 sacks Tied for the team lead last season with 91 tackles Has recorded 143 tackles in 25 career games Has recorded 66 tackles with 4.0 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks

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special teams Ichabods special teams competition wide open Unlike last season when the Ichabods had a returning All-American placekicker and all-MIAA pick at punter returning, the Ichabods enter the 2011 season with new faces at both positions. Seven-time All-American placekicker Steve Ivanisevic who set numerous school and MIAA records in two seasons at Washburn. At punter, three-time all-MIAA pick Austin Hills has graduated and ranks in the top four in most punting categories for the Ichabods. Returning placekicker Tim Schweitzer, who did not play last season will look to handle the chores along with redshirt freshman Tyler Lutz. Transfer Jeremy Lynn, an all-region selection from Hutchinson Community College and incoming freshman Aaron Hummert will also compete for time. In the past, fullback Greg Schoenberg also worked as a placekicker as well. The Ichabods will look to either Schweitzer or Hummert as well at punting duites. Sophomore DeJuan Beard was one of the top punt returners in the MIAA last season averaging 11.8 yards per return on 17 attempts. On kickoff return units, senior Patrick Jean and sophomore Ronnell Garner all had double digit return totals last year with Jean and Garner each having 11 returns with averages of 20.2 and 19.6 yards per return respectively. Sophomore Mark Fancher will also look for returns on each unit after serving on both last year in limited action. Senior Casey Curran, who is fourth in school history in punt returns will also have the opportunity to regain that role for 2011. Senior Trent Snyder will again handle the long and short snapping duties as Jeremy Edwards worked as the holder during spring practices.

Starters returning ## 17 19 12 7 15

Name DeJuan Beard Casey Curran Pierre Desir Patrick Jean Ronnell Garner

Pos. PR PR KOR KOR KOR

Ht. 6-2 5-10 6-2 6-1 6-2

Wt. 185 200 190 175 180

Class So. Sr. Jr. Sr. So.

Notes Led team with 11.8 yards per punt return on 17 attempts Ranks fourth on all-time punt return chart with 63 and fourth in return yards with 594 Averaged 19.6 yards per return on 17 attempts Averaged team-high 20.2 yards per return on 11 attempts Finished with 202 return yards averaging 18.4 per attempts

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senior class

The Ichabods will have 16 seniors to lead the team during the 2011 season Sixteen Ichabod seniors have a combined 77 years experience and 387 games played and 13 of the group will be entering at least their fifth year in the program. “Our seniors are key to the program,” head coach Craig Schurig said. “They are the foundation of everything we are all about.” Of the 17 seniors on the squad this season, six are on offense and nine on defense. On offense, fullback Greg Schoenberg has played in 34 games. On the line, Brian Folkerts has played in 31 games making 25 starts while quarterback Dane Simoneau has appeared in 30 games with 29 straight starts. Running back Justin Cooper has played in 29 games with 14 starts. Victor Butler has played in 26 games and is moving to the offensive line after playing both sides last season. On defense, Marty Pfannenstiel has appeared in 36 games and has started the last 19 at linebacker. Casey Curran returns to a starting free safety position having played in 33 games with 25 starts. On the defensive line, Dakota Palan-Johnson and Ian Williams have each played in 31 games with Williams making 22 starts. Michael Hollins, who has played in 24 games with four starts has 86 career tackles. “We expect our seniors year-in and year-out to be the leaders of the team and this group is special and our coaching staff believes they are going to lead us to a tremendous season,” Schurig said.

Ichabod Seniors ## Name Pos. Hometown Games 2 Justin Cooper RB Denver, Colo. 29 6 Marty Pfannenstiel LB Silver Lake, Kan. 36 7 Patrick Jean DB Miami, Fla. 12 8 Cameron Kasel QB Wichita, Kan. 13 9 Dane Simoneau QB Salina, Kan. 30 18 Michael Hollins LB Kansas City, Mo. 24 19 Casey Curran FS Leawood, Kan. 33 39 Steven Dudley DB Parkville, Mo. 4 41 Zach Livingston LB Harrisonville, Mo. 16 44 Greg Schoenberg FB Ballwin, Mo. 34 50 Trent Snyder LB Sabetha, Kan. 12 61 Victor Butler OL Leavenworth, Kan. 26 65 Brian Folkerts OL Florissant, Mo. 31 90 Cameron Jackson DE Lawton, Okla. 12 91 Dakota Palan-Johnson DE Denver, Colo. 31 94 Ian Williams DT Raytown, Mo. 31 *includes a medical redshirt • ^including upcoming 2011 season

Years on WU Roster^ 5 5 2 5 5 4 5 4 5 5 3 5 5 2 5 5

Career Notes 14th on all-time rushing chart with 1,510 yards Has 152 career tackles with 3.5 sacks Averaged 20.2 per kickoff returns Has 398 passing yards and three touchdowns Twenty school career recordings including 7,202 passing yards Had 33 tackles in four games last season with 6 tackles for loss Recorded 214 tackles, 4th on all-time punt return yardage Has three tackles in four career games Has seven tackles and one forced fumble 118 rushing and 182 receiving yards with two touchdowns Handles long snapping on special teams Has played on both the offensive and defensive lines Has earned 1st, 2nd and honorable mention all-MIAA awards Seven tackles for loss in first season as an Ichabod Has 82 tackles with 17.5 tackles for loss and 11.5 sacks Recorded 66 tackles with two blocked field goals

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No. Name 1 Devon Connors 2 Justin Cooper 3 Terry Grimmett 4 Donnie Lockhart 5 Tyrell Brown 6 Marty Pfannenstiel 7 Patrick Jean 9 Dane Simoneau 10 Mitch Buhler 11 Nathan Horn 13 Bryce Atagi 14 Alex Gilmer 15 Ronnell Garner 16 Calvin Kenney 17 DeJuan Beard 18 Michael Hollins 19 Casey Curran 20 Jermon Watson 21 Jaime Myers 22 Sean McPherson 23 Jahmil Taylor 24 Mark Fancher 25 Brit Dewey 26 Willie Williams 27 Brandon Downing 28 Shay Wooten 30 Jon Clark 31 Camron Leupold 32 Payton Iverson 33 Andrew Lichter 34 Ryan Macken 36 Sam Pour 37 Connor Crimmins 38 Jordan Nelson 39 Steven Dudley 41 Zach Livingston 42 Tyler Lutz 43 Mark Kolmer 44 Greg Schoenberg 45 Jeremy Linn 46 Aaron Hummert 48 Jeremy Boyd 49 Devon Haynes 50 Trent Snyder 51 Cameron Brown 52 Frantz Pierre Louis 53 Aaron Jackson 54 Kyle Duncan 55 Michael Lisher 56 Tyler Ewy 58 Alex Dowty 59 Beau Bissitt 60 Luke Yoder 61 Victor Butler 62 Darion Hillman 63 Nathan Haug 65 Brian Folkerts 67 Montae Jones, Jr. 68 Steve Dieckhaus 69 Stanley Travis 70 Jordon McCallister 71 Jake Cervantes 72 Bryan Dale 74 Dylan Ready 76 Mike Farmer 78 Jayveri Kelly 80 Ben Muiller 81 Jeremy Edwards 82 Justin Salum 83 Matt Kobbeman

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

Wt 180 215 202 195 212 225 185 227 180 185 225 205 190 190 195 217 203 216 205 207 223 190 170 193 195 210 208 180 217 232 226 190 180 170 190 231 192 224 247 190 175 235 210 220 295 340 220 285 260 255 247 227 276 314 297 257 310 325 302 290 302 287 303 285 294 295 237 170 220 180

Class So. Sr. Jr. Fr. RS-Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. RS-Fr. So. RS-Fr. So. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. RS-Fr. Fr. RS-Fr. Jr. So. Fr. So. RS-Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. RS-Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. RS-Fr. Fr. RS-Fr. RS-Fr. Fr. Sr. So. RS-Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. RS-Fr. Fr. RS-Fr. Jr. RS-Fr. So. Jr. So.

Hometown Aurora, Colo. Denver, Colo. Kansas City, Mo. Topeka, Kan. Topeka, Kan. Silver Lake, Kan. Miami, Fla. Salina, Kan. Rossville, Kan. Topeka, Kan. Shawnee, Kan. Fort White, Fla. Raytown, Mo. Riley, Kan. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Leawood, Kan. St. Louis, Mo. Norman, Okla. Franklinville, N.J. Aurora, Colo. Shawnee, Kan. Silver Lake, Kan. Berkeley, Mo. Edmond, Okla. Salina, Kan. St. Peter’s, Mo. Hiawatha, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Topeka, Kan. Truckee, Calif. Kansas City, Mo. Topeka, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Parkville, Mo. Harrisonville, Mo. Topeka, Kan. Emporia, Kan. Ballwin, Mo. Abilene, Kan. St. Louis, Mo. Silver Lake, Kan. Wichita, Kan. Sabetha, Kan. St. Louis, Mo. Orlando, Fla. Wichita, Kan. Topeka, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Louisburg, Kan. Mustang, Okla. Holton, Kan. Silver Lake, Kan. Leavenworth, Kan. Kansas City, Kan. Seneca, Kan. Florissant, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Charles, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Junction City, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Kansas City, Mo. Topeka, Kan. Manchester, Mo. West Palm Beach, Fla. Lawrence, Kan. Wellington, Kan. Arvada, Colo. Topeka, Kan.

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High School Overland Overland Raytown South Shawnee Heights Topeka West Silver Lake Monsignor Pace Sacred Heart Rossville Highland Park Shawnee Mission Northwest Fort White Raytown South Riley County Raytown South Park Hill Blue Valley North Rockwood Summit Norman Delsea Reginal Grandview Shawnee Mission Northwest Silver Lake McCluer South Edmond North Salina Central Francis Howell Central Hiawatha Lincoln North Star Seaman Tahoe-Truckee Park Hill South Shawnee Heights Manhattan Park Hill South Harrisonville Seaman Emporia Westminster Christian Abilene Parkway North Silver Lake Wichita Heights Sabetha Chaminade College Prep Choice Learning Academy Bishop Carrol Washburn Rural Free State Louisburg Mustang Holton Silver Lake Leavenworth Shawnee Mission Northwest Baileyville B&B Hazelwood Central Parkway North Francis Howell Central Hazelwood West Junction City Lincoln Northeast Park Hill Washburn Rural Parkway South Forest Hill Lawrence Wellington Arvada West Shawnee Heights

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Coaching Staff

Alphabetical Roster 53 Aaron Jackson 86 Schuyler Jackson 7 Patrick Jean 67 Montae Jones, Jr. 78 Jayveri Kelly 16 Calvin Kenney 83 Matt Kobbeman 43 Mark Kolmer 96 Jacob Kottman Mitch Krasnican 31 Camron Leupold 33 Andrew Lichter 45 Jeremy Linn 55 Michael Lisher 41 Zach Livingston 4 Donnie Lockhart 52 Frantz Pierre Louis 87 Adam Luthi 42 Tyler Lutz 34 Ryan Macken 70 Jordon McCallister 22 Sean McPherson 88 Ryan Mertz 80 Ben Muiller 21 Jaime Myers 38 Jordan Nelson 97 Adebayo Oladapo

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Hometown St. Louis, Mo. Franklinville, N.J. Shawnee, Kan. Holton, Kan. St. Charles, Mo. Paola, Kan. Lawton, Okla. Denver, Colo. St. Louis, Mo. Creve Coeur, Mo. Raytown, Mo. Oklahoma City, Okla. Topeka, Kan. Florissant, Mo. Wathena, Kan. Marysville, Kan. Topeka, Kan. Albany, NY Silver Lake, Kan. Tonganoxie, Kan. Topeka, Kan. Topeka, Kan. San Antonio, Texas Parkville, Mo. Miami, Fla. Topeka, Kan. Junction City, Kan. Rainier, Wash. St. Peter’s, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Topeka, Kan. St. Louis, Mo. Chapman, Kan.

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Class So. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. RS-Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr.

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No. Name Pos 84 Toré Hurst TE 85 Tyler Coulbourn WR 86 Schuyler Jackson WR 87 Adam Luthi TE 88 Ryan Mertz TE 89 Corey Walker TE 90 Cameron Jackson DE 91 Dakota Palan-Johnson DE 92 Troy Penny DL 93 Jacob Stone DL 94 Ian Williams DT 95 Cameron Hishaw DE 96 Jacob Kottman TE 97 Adebayo Oladapo DE Colton Bauman FB Dave Blumer LB Aleck Boyd OL Davion Brink RB Quin Bruce WR Jeremy Carlisle WR John Copeland PK Thomas Cunningham OL Michael Dell LB Sam Eickhoff OL Fenel Francois OL David Gauntt QB Brian Gibbs FS Mitch Krasnican LB Brian Paur OL DeAnthony Rimmer FS Alec Steuber LB Kameron Stewart RB Chad Williams QB


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Quarterback 9 Dane Simoneau 5 Tyrell Brown 10 Mitch Buhler Running Back 2 Justin Cooper 22 Sean McPherson Fullback 44 Greg Schoenberg 33 Andrew Lichter Wide Receiver (X) 15 Ronnell Garner 83 Matt Kobbeman 81 Jeremy Edwards Wide Receiver (Z) 17 DeJuan Beard 24 Mark Fancher Tight End (Y) 84 Toré Hurst 88 Ryan Mertz 89 Corey Walker Left Tackle 65 Brian Folkerts 64 C.J. Slaughter Left Guard 61 Victor Butler 69 Stanley Travis Center 54 Kyle Duncan 55 Michael Lisher Right Guard 62 Darion Hillman 72 Bryan Dale Right Tackle 68 Steve Dieckhaus 76 Mike Farmer

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6-3, 227, Sr. 6-6, 212, RS-Fr. 6-2, 180, Fr. 5-11, 215, Sr. 6-0, 207, RS-Fr. 5-11, 247, Sr. 6-1, 232, Jr. 6-2, 190, So. 6-1, 180, So. 6-2, 170, RS-Fr. 6-2, 195, So. 6-0, 190, So. 6-2, 240, So. 6-7, 237, Jr. 6-3, 263, Jr. 6-4, 310, Sr. 6-3, 294, So. 6-2, 215, Sr. 6-2, 280, So. 6-2, 285, So. 6-2, 260, RS-Fr. 6-2, 297, So. 6-2, 303, RS-Fr. 6-2, 302, So. 6-5, 294, So.

Defensive End (Wolf) 90 Cameron Jackson 6-2, 240, Jr. 58 Alex Dowty 6-2, 247, RS-Fr. Left Defensive Tackle 94 Ian Williams 6-2, 302, Sr. 78 Jayveri Kelly 6-3, 295, Jr. Right Defensive Tackle 71 Jake Cervantes 6-1, 287, So. 56 Tyler Ewy 6-3, 255, Fr. Defensive End 91 Dakota Palan-Johnson 6-2, 244, Sr. 97 Adebayo Oladapo 6-2, 256, So. Outside Linebacker (B) 36 Sam Pour 6-1, 210, So. 34 Ryan Macken 6-2, 226, RS-Fr. Inside Linebacker (S) 13 Bryce Atagi 5-10, 225, So. 18 Michael Hollins 5-11, 217, Sr. 43 Mark Kolmer 6-2, 224, RS-Fr. Inside Linebacker (R) 23 Jahmil Taylor 6-1, 223, Jr. 41 Zach Livingston 6-0, 231, Sr. Outside Linebacker (M) 6 Marty Pfannenstiel 6-2, 225, Sr. 26 Willie Williams 5-11, 193, RS-Fr. Right Cornerback 7 Patrick Jean 6-1, 185, Sr. 3 Terry Grimmett 6-0, 202, Jr. Left Cornerback 1 Devon Connors 5-9, 178, Jr. 27 Brandon Downing 6-0, 195, RS-Fr. Free Safety 19 Casey Curran 5-10, 203, Sr. 16 Calvin Kenney 6-2, 190, Fr.

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True Freshmen Offense Mitch Buhler Cameron Brown Jeremy Carlisle Tyler Coulbourn Connor Crimmins Brit Dewey Sam Eickhoff David Gauntt Aaron Hummert Montae Jones, Jr. Jacob Kottman Camron Leupold Donnie Lockhart Jordon McCallister Jaime Myers Brian Paur Dylan Ready Jacob Rhodes Kameron Stewart Ethan Trammel Chad Williams Luke Yoder

QB, 6-2, 180 OL, 6-2, 295 WR, 5-8, 165 WR, 5-11, 185 WR, 6-3, 180 WR, 5-9, 170 OL, 6-0, 242 QB, 6-0, 180 PK/P, 6-2, 175 OL, 6-4, 325 TE, 6-3, 240 RB, 5-10, 180 RB, 5-10, 195 OL, 6-3, 302 RB, 5-10, 205 OL, 5-11, 265 OL, 6-4, 285 OL, 6-6, 265 RB, 6-0, 180 OL, 5-10, 250 QB, 6-0, 175 OL, 6-2, 276

Defense Jeremy Boyd Michael Dell Tyler Ewy Devon Haynes Cameron Hishaw Aaron Jackson Calvin Kenney Mitch Krasnican Adam Luthi Jordan Nelson Troy Penny Alec Steuber Jacob Stone Shay Wooten

LB, 6-1, 235 LB, 6-0, 175 DL, 6-3, 255 LB, 5-11, 210 DE, 6-3, 210 LB, 6-1, 220 FS, 6-2, 190 LB, 6-1, 225 DL, 6-3, 245 DB, 5-9, 170 DL, 6-3, 245 LB, 5-11, 195 DL, 6-5, 250 FS, 6-2, 210

Transfers Special Teams Punter 42 Tyler Lutz 6-0, 190, RS-Fr. Placekicker/Kickoffs 45 Jeremy Linn 6-3, 185, Jr. 46 Aaron Hummert 6-2, 175, Fr. Holder 81 Jeremy Edwards 6-2, 170, RS-Fr. Short Snapper (field goal attempts) 50 Trent Synder 5-10, 220, Sr.

Long Snapper (punts) 50 Trent Synder 5-10, 220, Sr. Punt Returners (not in order) 19 Casey Curran 5-10, 185, Sr. 17 DeJuan Beard 6-2, 195, So. Kickoff Returners (not in order) 12 Pierre Desir 6-2, 197, Jr. 15 Ronnell Garner 6-2, 190, So. 7 Patrick Jean 6-1, 185, Sr.

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21 Schuyler Jackson 28 Levi Kiser 55 Michael Lisher

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Jake Cervantes Steve Dieckhaus Alex Dowty Nathan Haug Toré Hurst Cameron Kasel Schuyler Jackson Levi Kiser Adebayo Oladapo Dane Simoneau

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WR, Coffeyville CC DB, Highland CC OL, Nebraska-Omaha

Sir-vahn-tays Dick-house Doe-tee How-g Tor-ay Castle Sky-ler Kiser (rhymes with higher) Ad-E-bay-o /O-la-dop-o Sim-a-no SURE-ig Troop


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Missouri: (32)

St. Louis: Cameron Brown, Kameron Stewart, Stanley Travis, Troy Penny, TorĂŠ Hurst, Aaron Hummert, Jermon Watson, Montae Jones St. Charles: Steve Dieckhaus, Ryan

Mertz St. Peter’s: Pierre Desir, Jon Clark, Brian Paur, Lee Edwards Harrisonville: Zach Livingston Florissant: Brian Folkerts, Adebayo Oladapo Berkeley: Willie Williams Kansas City: Sam Pour, Bryan Dale, Michael Hollins, C.J. Slaughter, Terry Grimmett, DeJuan Beard, Jacob Rhodes Parkville: Steven Dudley, Sam Eickhoff Creve Coeur: Jacob Stone Manchester: Mike Farmer Raytown: Ronnell Garner, Ian Williams Ballwin: Greg Schoenberg

Oklahoma: (5)

Edmond: Brandon Downing Oklahoma City: Cameron Hishaw Mustang: Alex Dowty

Norman: Jaime Myers Lawton: Cameron Jackson

Colorado: (5)

Arvada: Justin Salum Aurora: Jahmil Taylor, Devon Connors Denver: Justin Cooper, Dakota Palan-Johnson

Florida: (4)

Fort White: Alex Gilmer Orlando: Frantz Pierre Louis Miami: Patrick Jean West Palm Beach: Jayveri Kelly

Truckee: Ryan Macken

Washington: (1)

Rainier: Mitch Krasnican

Franklinville: Sean McPherson, Tyler Coulbourn

Nebraska: (2)

Lincoln: Payton Iverson, Jake

Squad Notes 2, 1988 2, 1992 6, 1992 13, 1991 14, 1989 19, 1990 20, 1990 23, 1989 23, 1991 23, 1992 23, 1992 30, 1989

November Dylan Ready Ronnell Garner Adam Luthi C.J. Slaughter Mitch Buhler Alex Dowty Matt Kobbeman

8, 1992 12, 1990* 13, 1992 14, 1990 19, 1992 20, 1991 21, 1990

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Breakdown by Class Seniors 18 Juniors 14 Sophomores 17 Redshirt Freshmen 16 True Freshmen 37 Total 102 By Side of the Ball Offense 55 Defense 43 Special Teams 4 Totals 102

By Position Cornerbacks 6 Safeties 5 Linebackers 16 Offensive Linemen 19 Defensive Linemen 16 Quarterbacks 8 Running Backs 7 Placekickers/Punters 4 Tight Ends 6 Fullbacks 3 Wide Receivers 12 Totals 102

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September Kyle Duncan Jamie Myers Nathan Haug Pierre Desir Greg Schoenberg Sam Eickhoff Calvin Kenney Luke Yoder Darlon Hillman

Galveston: Tim Schweitzer San Antonio: Michael Dell

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12, 1990 20, 1990 26, 1989

October Jahmil Taylor Cameron Hishaw Tyler Coulbourn Montae Jones, Jr. Cameron Jackson Mark Fancher Stanley Travis Michael Hollins Tyler Lutz Jordon Nelson Jacob Rhodes Steven Dudley

Texas: (2)

New Jersey: (2)

Squad In-season Birthdays August Vershon Moore Dillon Brickei Corey Walker

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Silver Lake: Marty Pfannenstiel, Jeremy Boyd, Brit Dewey, Ethan Trammel, Luke Yoder Tonganoxie: Jeremy Carlisle Topeka: Kyle Duncan, Dillon Brickei, Nathan Horn, Dylan Ready, Alec Steuber, Evan Schuffleberger, Tyrell Brown, Andrew Lichter, Tyler Lutz, Jacob Kottman, Matt Kobbeman, Connor Crimmins, David Gauntt, Donnie Lockhart Wellington: Jeremy Edwards Wichita: Cameron Kasel, Devon Haynes, Aaron Jackson

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Abilene: Jeremy Linn Chapman: Chad Williams Emporia: Mark Kolmer Hiawatha: Camron Leupold Holton: Beau Bissitt, Adam Luthi Junction City: Jordon McCallister Kansas City: Darion Hillman Lawrence: Ben Muiller, Michael Lisher Leavenworth: Victor Butler Leawood: Casey Curran Louisburg: Tyler Ewy Manhattan: Jordan Nelson Paola: Corey Walker Riley: Calvin Kenney Rossville: Mitch Buhler Sabetha: Trent Snyder Salina: Dane Simoneau, Shay Wooten Seneca: Nathan Haug Shawnee: Bryce Atagi, Mark Fancher

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2011 Washburn FOOTBALL SCHEDULE NOTES Day, Date

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Thurs., Sept. 1 at Sioux Falls Thurs., Sept. 8 Lincoln Sat., Sept. 17 *at Missouri Southern Thurs., Sept. 22 *Missouri Western Sat., Oct. 1 *at Emporia State Sat., Oct. 8 *at Truman State Sat., Oct. 15 Central Oklahoma Sat., Oct. 22 *at Northwest Missouri Sat., Oct. 29 *Fort Hays State Sat., Nov. 5 *at Pittsburg State Sat., Sept. 25 *at Central Missouri

Time

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

Series

first meeting WU leads 3-0 Series tied 20-20-1 MWSU leads 21-16-2 ESU leads 51-50-6 TSU leads 18-10 first meeting NWMSU leads 24-7 WU leads 39-23-3 PSU leads 60-22-1 UCM leads 21-19-2

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Panthers have won 3 of the last 4 NAIA national titles First meeting since 2001 season WU looking for ninth straight win over Lions WU has won the four of last seven meetings WU has won eight of the last nine games played WU is 4-1 in Kirksville under head coach Craig Schurig UCO will join MIAA starting in 2012 Last seven games average winning margin has been 3.7 pts WU has won the last six games played in Topeka in the series WU looking for three-game win streak over PSU WU has won two of the last three games in Topeka

MIAA Standings, NCAA Playoff appearances since 2002 when Craig Schurig arrived at Washburn MIAA Overall NCAA Playoffs MIAA Titles($) Mineral Water Bowl Kanza Bowl School Record Record (last appearance) (last title) (record) (record) NWMSU 75-5 (.938) 107-18 (.856) 8 (2010) 7 (2010) PSU 55-25 (.688) 81-30 (.730) 4 (2008) 2 (2004) 2 (2010) — 2-0 ^UNO 17-10 (.630) 19-15 (.559) 1 (2008) 1 (2009) — 0-1 UCM 53-27 (.663) 71-34 (.676) 2 (2010) 1 (2003) MWSU 51-29 (.638) 65-36 (.644) 2 (2010) 1 (2003) 5 (2009) — 4-1 WU 48-32 (.600) 62-41 (.602) 2 (2007) 1 (2005) 1 (2005) — 1-0 1 (2010) — 1-0 ESU 29-51 (.363) 44-56 (.440) 1 (2003) 1 (2003) 1 (2002) — 1-0 TSU 26-54 (.325) 36-63 (.364) MSSU 24-56 (.300) 36-61 (.371) #FHSU 9-36 (.200) 16-39 (.291) %SBU 7-46 (.132) 12-54 (.182) ##UMR 2-25 (.080) 3-30 (.091) &LU 0-0 (.000) 0-0 (.000) #Joined MIAA before 2005 season ##Left MIAA after 2004 season &Started playing football prior to 2011 season $Shared titles included %Stopped playing as an MIAA football opponent prior to 2008 season ^Joined MIAA before 2008 season, canceled program after 2011 season

Top Three Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing GP-GS Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G Cooper,Justin 12-3 136 598 39 559 4.1 6 70 46.6 Schoenberg,Greg 12-9 14 71 4 67 4.8 0 43 5.6 PASSING GP-GS Effic Att-Cmp-Int Pct Simoneau,Dane 12-12 160.0 223-374-12 59.6 RECEIVING Beard,DeJuan Cooper,Justin Garner,Ronnell Hurst,Tore

GP-GS 10-4 12-3 9-1 11-1

No. 26 18 16 15

Yds 374 162 240 236

Yds 3459

TD Lng 33 74

Avg/G 288.2

Avg TD Long Avg/G 14.4 5 32 37.4 9.0 0 30 13.5 15.0 2 49 26.7 15.7 6 47 21.5

Top Three Returning Defensive Statistical Leaders GP-GS UT Taylor,Jahmil 12-9 50 Pfannenstiel,Marty 12-11 48 Palan-Johnson,Dakota 12-12 31

Squad Notes

Lettermen Returning Lettermen Lost Position Starters Returning Position Starters Lost

AT 41 43 21

TT TFL Sacks Int-Yds BU PBU FR-Yds FF BLK Saf 91 6.0- 29 3.0-22 . 8 8 . 1 . 91 6.0- 37 3.5-31 1- 0 7 8 1- 0 1 . 52 12.0- 43 7.0-32 . 1 1 1- 0

44 (16 Off / 28 Def / 0 Spec.) 18 (9 Off / 7 Def / 2 Spec.) 17 (7 Off / 8 Def / 2 Spec.) 11 (5 Off / 4 Def / 2 Spec.)

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Linebacker 5-10 • 225 Sophomore Shawnee, Kan. Shawnee Mission Northwest HS

At Washburn: Enters the fall as one of two inside linebackers where he started two games as a redshirt freshman finishing sixth on the team with 50 total tackles. In 2010: Started two games while playing in all 12 recording a career-high seven tackles with six solo stops against Abilene Christian … had three other games with six total tackles … recorded 29 tackles on rushing plays. In 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: As a sophomore, rushed for 775 yards and eight touchdowns … he tallied 995 yards and 21 touchdowns leading the Sunflower league in TD scores … rushed for 1,300 yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior … earned first team all-city, all-league and all-county honors as a senior at running back … was a second team defensive back pick as a senior … named honorable mention all-state and all-metro honors as a junior … finished prep career with 3,070 yards and 46 total touchdowns … named Shawnee Dispatch Player of the Year as a sophomore … named honorable mention all-Johnson County … recorded four interceptions as a junior and four sacks as a senior. Personal: Born Feb. 7, 1991 … son of Stone and Diana Atagi … majoring in education. Atagi’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PB TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2010 12-2 25 25 50 2 4.5/12 2.0/5 0 1 0 Totals 12-2 25 25 50 2 4.5/12 2.0/5 0 1 0

Atagi’s Game Highs Tackles: 7, Abilene Christian, Sep 04, 2010 (6-1) Sacks: 1.0, Missouri Western, Sep 18, 2010 (1-0) Tackles for loss: 1.5, Missouri Western, Sep 18, 2010 (1-0) Fumbles recovered: 1, Missouri Western, Sep 18, 2010 Pass breakups: 1, two times (all in 2010)

Wide Receiver 6-2 • 195 Sophomore Kansas City, Mo. Raytown South HS

At Washburn: Has played in 10 games as an Ichabod where he started five games and finished second in the MIAA in punt returns as a freshman. In 2010: Started the final five games of the season at wide receiver finishing second on the team with 374 receiving yards with 26 receptions and five touchdowns … finished second in the MIAA in punt returns averaging 11.8 per return on 17 attempts … recorded a season-high 125 receiving yards on give catches against Northwest Missouri … had five punt returns for 75 yards against Truman tallying 160 all-purpose yards. Background: At Raytown South High School, he was a threeyear varsity letterman earning first team all-state honors as a punt returner … also a second team all-state receiver while picking up multiple all-district, all-league, all-metro and all-area honors … played in the Metro Classic All-Star football game … redshirted at Highland Community College. Personal: Born Aug. 13, 1990 … son of Alphonzo and Shanae Beard … undecided on major. Beard’s Career Statistics Rushing Receiving GP-GS No. Yds Avg TD Lng | No. Yds Avg TD Lng 2010 10-5 1 -6 -6.0 0 - | 26 374 14.4 5 32 Totals 10-5 1 -6 -6.0 0 - | 26 374 14.4 5 32 KOR Yds Avg. Lng TD PR Yds Avg. Lng TD 2010 1 21 21.0 21 0 17 201 11.8 37 0 Totals 1 21 21.0 21 0 17 201 11.8 37 0

Beard’s Game Highs Points scored: 6, 5 times Touchdowns: 1, 5 times Rush attempts: 1, at Pittsburg State, Oct 16, 2010 Rush yards: -6, at Pittsburg State, Oct 16, 2010 (1 carry) Receptions: 6, at Truman State Univ., Oct 30, 2010 Receiving yards: 125, Northwest Missouri, Oct 23, 2010 Receiving TDs: 1, 5 times Long reception: 32, at Truman, Oct 30, 2010 All-purpose yards: 160, at Truman, Oct 30, 2010 Punt returns: 5, at Truman, Oct 30, 2010 Punt return yards: 74, at Truman, Oct 30, 2010 (5 returns) Long punt return: 37, Emporia State, Nov 06, 2010 Kick returns: 1, at Truman, Oct 30, 2010 Kick return yards: 21, at Truman, Oct 30, 2010 (1 returns) Long kick return: 21, at Truman, Oct 30, 2010

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Defensive End 6-1 • 227 Sophomore Holton, Kan. Holton HS Hutchinson CC

At Washburn: Will look for time on special teams and on the defensive line. In 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Transferred from Hutchinson Community College where he sat out the 2009 season at Holton he earned all state class 4A honors as well as first team all-league and allcounty … as a junior he was first team all-league and all-county and honorable mention all-league as a sophomore … also lettered in track and basketball. Personal: Born April 26, 1991 … son of Derek and Julia Bissitt … majoring in criminal justice.

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BrownQuarterback 6-6 • 212 Redshirt Freshman Topeka, Kan. Topeka West HS

At Washburn: Will compete for time at quarterback after redshirting as a freshman. In 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: At Topeka West High School, he earned honorable mention all-city honors as a senior after rushing for 539 yards while completing 49 of 110 passes for 709 yards and five touchdowns … was a first team all-league defensive selection in basketball and was named team captain … a state qualifier in track as a junior finishing eighth in the 4x400 relay … a four-time member of the honor roll. Personal: Born March 18, 1992 … son of Thomas and Vickie Roberts … anticipated major is athletic training.


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Linebacker 6-2 • 208 Junior St. Peter’s, Mo. Francis Howell Central HS

Tackle 6-1 • 287 Junior Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln Northeast HS At Washburn: Has played in 11 career games making 11 tackles with two tackles for loss … enters fall as a starting inside defensive tackle. In 2010: Appeared in 11 games recording 11 tackles with two tackles for loss for two yards along with a fumble recovery against Northwest Missouri and a pass break up against Fort Hays State. In 2009: Practiced but did not appear in any games. In 2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Named all-city as a senior and earned honorable mention all-city honors as a junior … a two-time captain. Personal: Born Jan. 29, 1990 … son of Michelle Cervantes … majoring in business administration.

Cervante’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2010 11-0 4 7 11 1 2.0/2 0.0/0 0 1 0 Totals 26-8 18 23 41 3 5.5/30 0.0/0 0 0 0

Clark’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2009 8-0 3 2 5 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 2010 4-0 0 0 0 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 Totals 12-0 3 2 5 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 Clark’s Game Highs Tackles: 2, at NW Missouri State, Oct 24, 2009 (1-1); New Mexico Highlands, Sep 04, 2009 (2-0)

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At Washburn: Enters the fall as the No. 2 defensive back after redshirting last season … has played in eight games recording three tackles. In 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt. In 2009: Played in five games as a true freshman recording three tackles with two solo stops making his first appearance of the season against Missouri Southern in week three of the season. Background: A two-time conference player of the year … a two-time all-conference selection at athlete … a two-time allAurora city selection and two-time honorable mention pick at quarterback … passed for 442 yards and two touchdowns while rushing for 638 yards and eight touchdowns … recorded 16 tackles with three interceptions as a senior. Personal: Born Jan. 3, 1991 … son of Derak and Timmala Connors … undecided on major.

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Cervante’s Game Highs Tackles: 3, at Truman State Univ., Oct 30, 2010 (1-2) Tackles for loss: 1.0, Emporia State, Nov 06, 2010 (1-0); Abilene Christian, Sep 04, 2010 (1-0) Fumbles recovered: 1, Northwest Missouri, Oct 23, 2010 Pass breakups: 1, at Fort Hays State, Oct 02, 2010

At Washburn: Will look for time on special teams and in the linebackers rotation playing in 12 career games. In 2010: Played in four games on special teams and at linebacker … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2009: Played in eight games as redshirt freshman recording five tackles with three solo stops … three of his tackles came on kickoff coverage teams … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named to MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. Background: Named second team all-state at defensive back as a junior … also named first team all-district and all-league … a first team all-league and all-district pick as a senior … named team’s defensive player of the year as a junior and senior … part of 2006 district champion in football and third place team in baseball in 2006. Personal: Born March 9, 1989 … son of Doug and Christine Clark … majoring in physical education.

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Butler’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2008 8-7 5 12 17 0 2.5/4 0.0/0 0 0 0 2009 6-0 3 6 9 2 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 2010 12-1 10 5 15 1 3.0/26 0.0/0 0 0 0 Totals 26-8 18 23 41 3 5.5/30 0.0/0 0 0 0

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At Washburn: Will move full-time to offensive line after playing both sides of the line for parts of the last two season entering fall camp as the starting left guard. In 2010: Started one game at defensive tackle playing all 12 recording 15 tackles with three tackles for loss and one pass breakup … recorded three tackles in a single game on four different occasions … also played on the offensive line. In 2009: Played in six games as a sophomore recording nine total tackles with three solo stops and two pass break ups. In 2008: Made five starts on the defensive line while playing in eight games … recorded 17 tackles with five solo stops and 12 assisted tackles … also had 2.5 tackles for loss. In 2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the work team defensive lineman of the week against Emporia State. 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 in the Kansas City Metro Classic. Personal: Born Jan. 15, 1989 … son of Victor and Cynthia Butler … majoring in computer information systems.

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Cooper Running Back 5-11 • 215 Senior Denver, Colo. Overland HS

At Washburn: Has appeared in 29 games making 13 starts rushing for 1,510 career yards which is 14th on the Ichabods’ all-time rushing chart while recording 15 rushing touchdowns averaging 4.1 yards per carry and 52.1 yards per game … has recorded 1,788 all-purpose yards averaging 61.7 yards per game. In 2010: Rushed for 559 yards on 136 carries making three starts while playing in all 12 games … recorded six touchdowns on the ground pulling down 18 receptions for 162 yards averaging 9.0 yards per catch … named the team’s offensive back of the week

after rushing for a season-high 123 yards on 17 carries and a touchdown at Pittsburg State … also played linebacker against Fort Hays State recording two tackles. In 2009: Carried the ball 95 times for 412 yards and four touchdowns as a sophomore … named Ichabods offensive skill player of the week after rushing for 136 yards on 13 carries including a 78-yard touchdown run against Colorado Mines in the season opener … had a career-high five catches for 35 yards against Northwest Missouri. In 2008: Rushed for a team-high 539 yards rushing in eight games with three starts … averaged 4.0 yards per carry and had five touchdown runs including two at Truman … rushed for a career-high 115 yards against Emporia State and had a careerhigh 30 carries at Truman … named the Ichabods’ offensive skill player of the week three times and the Ichabods’ Offensive Player of the Year … also had seven catches for 32 yards and a punt return of 10 yards. In 2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the Ichabods’ work team offensive player of the week prior to the Missouri Western game. 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 … majoring in criminal justice.

Cooper’s Career Statistics Rushing Receiving GP-GS No. Yds Avg TD Lng | No. Yds Avg TD Lng 2007 8-3 135 539 4.0 5 24 | 7 32 4.6 0 11 2008 9-7 95 412 4.3 4 78 | 12 74 6.2 1 16 2009 12-3 136 559 4.1 6 70 | 18 162 9.0 0 30 Totals 29-13 366 1510 4.1 15 78 | 37 268 7.2 1 30 Cooper’s Game Highs Points scored: 12, at Truman, Oct 18, 2008 Touchdowns: 2, at Truman, Oct 18, 2008 Rush attempts: 30, at Truman, Oct 18, 2008 Rush yards: 136, at Colorado Mines, Aug 29, 2009 (13 carries) Rush TDs: 2, at Truman, Oct 18, 2008 Long rush: 78, at Colorado Mines, Aug 29, 2009 Receptions: 5, at NW Missouri State, Oct 24, 2009 Receiving yards: 38, Emporia State, Nov 06, 2010 (2 receptions) Receiving TDs: 1, New Mexico Highlands, Sep 04, 2009 Long reception: 30, Emporia State, Nov 06, 2010 Total offense attempts: 30, at Truman, Oct 18, 2008 (30 rush,0 pass) Total offense yards: 136, at Colorado Mines, Aug 29, 2009 (136 rush,0 pass) All-purpose yards: 157, at Colorado Mines, Aug 29, 2009 Punt returns: 1, at Missouri Southern, Oct 04, 2008 Punt return yards: 10, at Missouri Southern, Oct 04, 2008 (1 returns) Long punt return: 10, at Missouri Southern, Oct 04, 2008 Tackles: 2, at Fort Hays State, Oct 02, 2010 (2-0) Fumbles recovered: 1, at Colorado Mines, Aug 28, 2010

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Curran Free Safety 5-10 • 203 Senior Leawood, Kan. Blue Valley North HS

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At Washburn: Returns to his starting free safety position after missing the final eight games in 2010 with an ankle injury … he has started the last 25 straight of 33 career games will also see time on the punt return teams … he is fourth on the all-time punt return chart for career yards with 594 … his career punt return average of 9.4 is seventh all-time at Washburn and his 191 interception return yards rank fifth all-time at Washburn. In 2010: Started the first three games of the season before injuring an ankle on a punt return against Missouri Western in the third game of the season receiving a medical redshirt … had recorded 13 tackles including six against Abilene Christian. In 2009: Earned second team all-MIAA honors after finishing second on the team and sixth in the conference with 91 total tackles with 58 solo stops while starting all 11 games … recorded a school-record 22 tackles with 14 solo stops at Missouri Western on Sept. 19 … named the inaugural Ichabods’ Ben Muir Six-Second Competitor … averaged 9.5 yards per punt return on 23 attempts … named the Ichabods’ defensive player of the week and received the “big hit” award three times during the season. In 2008: Started all 11 games recording 93 total tackles with 55 solo stops and 38 assisted tackles earning second team allMIAA honors as a defensive back … also had four interceptions for 109 return yards … had 2.5 tackles for loss and eight passes defended with four pass break ups … had a career-long 58-yard interception return for a touchdown against Missouri Southern … finished the season with 393 all purpose yards averaging 25.0 yards per return on kickoffs and 8.4 yards per punt return … led the team with nine special team tackles. In 2007: Played in eight games on both offense and defense during the season … had four carries for 16 yards against Emporia State … on defense, he recorded 17 total tackles with 11 solo stops and two fumble recoveries … had a career-high six total tackles against Fort Hays State … on special teams, he averaged

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At Washburn: Enters fall camp as one of two defensive backs … will also contribute on special teams. In 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: At Edmond North High School, he earned first team all-city, all-district honors recording 108 tackles with three interceptions and seven pass break ups as a senior … a two-time state qualifier in powerlifting. Personal: Born May 24, 1992 … son of Greg and Kellie Downing … undecided on major.

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Curran’s Game Highs Points scored: 6, at Missouri Southern, Oct 04, 2008 Touchdowns: 1, at Missouri Southern, Oct 04, 2008 All-purpose yards: 120, Missouri Southern, Sep 12, 2009 Punt returns: 5, at Emporia State, Nov 07, 2009 ; Emporia State, Oct 11, 2008 Punt return yards: 60, Missouri Southern, Sep 12, 2009 (3 returns) Long punt return: 35, Missouri Southern, Sep 12, 2009 Kick returns: 4, at Missouri State, Sep 04, 2008 Kick return yards: 87, at Missouri State, Sep 04, 2008 (4 returns) Long kick return: 38, at Fort Hays State, Sep 13, 2008 Interceptions: 1, 6 times Long interception return: 60, Missouri Southern, Sep 12, 2009 Tackles: 22, at Missouri Western, Sep 19, 2009 (14-8) Sacks: 1.0, Emporia State, Oct 11, 2008 (1-0) Tackles for loss: 1.0, 5 times Fumbles recovered: 2, Truman, Oct 20, 2007

At Washburn: Making the move from the defensive end to offensive tackle for the 2011 season working at left tackle entering fall camp. In 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll … named the Ichabods’ work team defensive player of the week prior to the Fort Hays State game. Background: At Park Hill High School, the Rivals’ two-star recruit earned first team Associated Press all-state honors along with second team Missouri Coaches all-state accolades with honorable mention all-metro, second team all-Northland and first team all-conference honors and first team all-district honors at both defensive end and offensive line as a senior … as a junior he was a first team all-league, all-district, all-Northland selections … earned honorable mention all-metro honors and was selected first team all-state by the Associated Press … was a second team all-league pick as a sophomore at defensive end. Personal: Born Jan. 7, 1992 … son of Daniel and Alicia Dale … undecided on major.

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KOR Yds Avg. Lng TD PR Yds Avg. Lng TD 2007 0 0 0.0 - 0 19 205 10.8 22 0 2008 5 125 25.0 38 0 19 159 8.4 18 0 2009 0 0 0.0 - 0 23 217 9.4 35 0 2010 0 0 0.0 - 0 2 13 6.5 9 0 Totals 5 125 25.0 38 0 63 594 9.4 35 0

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10.8 yards per return on 19 attempts for 205 yards … the average ranks 10th all-time in Washburn single-season history … had a 22-yard punt return against Emporia State … was named the Ichabods’ special teams player of the week four times during the season. 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 allmetro first team defensive back … honorable mention all-metro as a junior … named all-state in baseball as a senior. Personal: Born Jan. 9, 1989 … son of Terri and the late Dean Curran … majoring in business management.

At Washburn: Making the move from guard to tackle on the offensive line entering fall camp …has played in 22 games making 15 starts. In 2010: Started all 12 games at left guard helping the Ichabod offensive line finish ninth in the nation allowing one sack a game while finishing 10th in the nation in total offense, 17th in passing offense … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor. In 2009: Made three starts at right guard playing in 10 games helping Ichabod offensive line hold opponents to 11 sacks on the season … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: A first team all-league selection on both offensive and defensive lines as a senior … an honorable mention all-metro pick as a senior … named first team all-league, first team all-district and third team all-state as a junior … won state championship in heavyweight division as a senior. Personal: Born June 22, 1990 … son of Sam and Cindy Dieckhaus … majoring in sports management.

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Defensive End 6-2 • 247 Redshirt Freshman Mustang, Okla. Mustang HS

At Washburn: Moving up to defensive end after working as a linebacker … will look for time on special teams as well. In 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. Background: At Mustang High School, he led the state in sacks as a junior with 17 while recording 16 sacks as a senior … he earned first team all-Metro honors as a senior and first team all-district honors the same season. Personal: Born Nov. 20, 1991 … son of Kendall and Heather Dowty … undecided on major.

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Offensive Center 6-2 • 285 Sophomore Topeka, Kan. Washburn Rural HS

At Washburn: Enters fall camp as the starting center on the offensive line. In 2010: Played in seven games playing both center and guard … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named Ichabod offensive work team player of the week prior to the Emporia State game in the season finale … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. Background: Named honorable mention all-city and all-league as a sophomore … named first team all-city, all-league and honorable mention all-6A as a junior … received first team all-city honors along with first team all-league as well as honorable mention 6A all-state honors on the offensive line and named 6A allstate by the Kansas Football Coaches Association as a senior. Personal: Born Sept. 2, 1990 … son of Ken and Pat Duncan … undecided on major … sister Katie played three seasons on the Lady Blues’ softball team … brother Billy played football at Kansas Wesleyan, brother Eric played football at Coffeyville Community College.

At Washburn: Will compete for time on special teams and in the defensive backfield. In 2010: Played in two games recording a tackle against Midwestern State in the Kanza Bowl … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2009: Appeared in two games recording two solo tackles … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Bacground: An honorable mention all-conference pick at free safety as a junior and senior … also played quarterback for the Panthers. Personal: Born Oct. 30, 1989 … son of Warren and Pam Dudley … majoring in business management and marketing.

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Edwards Wide Receiver 6-2 • 170 Redshirt Freshman Wellington, Kan. Wellington HS

At Washburn: Will look for time on special teams and the wide receiver rotation. In 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: At Wellington High School, he had 700 receiving yards as a senior with 10 touchdowns … on defense he had three interceptions … named first team all-league at wide receiver and second team defensive back … named honorable mention all-state at wide receiver. Personal: Born Jan. 16, 1992 … son of Bryon and Traci Edwards … majoring in mass media.

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Wide Receiver 6-0 • 190 Sophomore Shawnee, Kan. Shawnee Mission Northwest HS Air Force Prep

At Washburn: Will see time at both the slot and Z wide receiver positions this season. In 2010: Appeared in eight games recording two punt returns for 15 yards against Colorado Mines and two kickoff returns for 14 yards against Northwest Missouri … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll … named the Ichabods work team offensive player of the week prior to the Nebraska-Omaha game and the Colorado Mines games. Background: A transfer from the Air Force Prep Academy … a three-year football starter and a four-year letterwinner in track … as a junior he was second team all-league kick returner

Dudley’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2009 2-0 2 0 2 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 2010 2-0 0 1 1 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 Totals 4-0 2 1 3 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 Dudley’s Game Highs Tackles: 1, vs Midwestern State, Dec 04, 2010 (0-1); New Mexico Highlands, Sep 04, 2009 (1-0); Central Missouri, Sept. 26, 2009 (1-0)

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weeks of the season. Background: Listed among the area’s top 30 recruits by the St. Louis Post Dispatch … a three-year letterman … voted first team all-league as a senior … also received honorable mention all-metro honors and was named team captain … as a junior, earned second team all-conference honors … as a sophomore, was a starter on both offense and defense … recorded 46 tackles and five sacks as a senior … a two-time letterman in wrestling … an Eagle Scout. Personal: Born Jan. 30, 1990 … son of Tim and Margie Folkerts … majoring in business.

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region honors … named the Ichabods’ Dode Lesser Outstanding Offensive Lineman of the Year as well as to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll …named the Ichabods’ offensive lineman of the week five times during the season … helped the Ichabod offensive line finish ninth in the nation allowing one sack a game while finishing 10th in the nation in total offense, 17th in passing offense In 2009: Earned second team all-MIAA honors after starting all 11 games at right tackle … received the Ichabods’ offensive lineman of the week four times during the season helping the Ichabods record school-bests in yards per rush while allowing only 11 sacks during the season … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2008: Played in eight games as a true freshman making three starts at right tackle … earned honorable mention all-MIAA honors … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll … named the Ichabod offensive lineman of the week the last two

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and honorable mention defensive back … qualified for state in three events at state track meet … as a senior he was a second team all-league pick at wide receiver and first team all-league as a kickoff returner and an honorable mention defensive back … named first team all-state by the Greater Kansas City Football Coaches Association … qualified in four events at state track meet … named MVP award winner both junior and senior year … one of team captains senior year in track and football … an honor roll student. Personal: Born on Oct. 19, 1990 … son of Paul and Barb Fancher … undecided on major.

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Garner Wide Receiver 6-2 • 190 Sophomore Raytown, Mo. Raytown South HS

At Washburn: Enters the fall as the starting “X” wide receiver and could also see time on the return units … has appeared in nine games. In 2010: Played in nine games recording 16 catches for 240 yards and two touchdowns both coming against Truman … also had a 47-yard punt return for a touchdown against Missouri Western … returned 11 kickoff for 202 yards averaging 18.4 per attempt … had six catches for 98 yards against Missouri Southern including a career-long 49 yards finishing with 132 all-purpose yards in the game … named the Ichabods’ special teams player of the week in the game against the Griffons. Background: Named first team all-state, all-district and allconference … second team all-metro pick and second team Kansas City all-metro pick by the Kansas City Star … voted team captain and the Cardinals’ co-offensive most valuable player. Personal: Born Nov. 12, 1990 … son of Monalissa Moananu … majoring in social work.

Garner’s Game Highs Points scored: 12, at Truman State Univ., Oct 30, 2010 Touchdowns: 2, at Truman State Univ., Oct 30, 2010 Rush attempts: 2, at Missouri Southern, Nov 13, 2010 Rush yards: 7, at Missouri Southern, Nov 13, 2010 (2 carries) Long rush: 13, at Missouri Southern, Nov 13, 2010 Receptions: 6, at Missouri Southern, Nov 13, 2010 Receiving yards: 98, at Missouri Southern, Nov 13, 2010 (6 receptions) Receiving TDs: 2, at Truman State Univ., Oct 30, 2010 Long reception: 49, at Missouri Southern, Nov 13, 2010 Total offense attempts: 2, at Missouri Southern, Nov 13, 2010 (2 rush,0 pass) Total offense yards: 7, at Missouri Southern, Nov 13, 2010 (7 rush,0 pass) All-purpose yards: 132, at Missouri Southern, Nov 13, 2010 Punt returns: 1, Missouri Western, Sep 18, 2010 Punt return yards: 47, Missouri Western, Sep 18, 2010 (1 returns) Long punt return: 47, Missouri Western, Sep 18, 2010 Kick returns: 3, at Colorado Mines, Aug 28, 2010 ; Northwest Missouri, Oct 23, 2010 Kick return yards: 49, at Pittsburg State, Oct 16, 2010 (2 returns) Long kick return: 33, Missouri Western, Sep 18, 2010

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Gilmer Quarterback 6-2 • 205 Redshirt Freshman Fort White, Fla. Fort White HS

Garner’s Career Statistics Rushing Receiving GP-GS No. Yds Avg TD Lng | No. Yds Avg TD Lng 2010 9-0 2 7 3.5 0 13 | 16 240 15.0 2 49 Totals 9-0 2 7 3.5 0 13 | 16 240 15.0 2 49 KOR Yds Avg. Lng TD PR Yds Avg. Lng TD 2010 11 202 18.4 33 0 1 47 47.0 47 1 Totals 11 202 18.4 33 0 1 47 47.0 47 1

At Washburn: Will look for time at quarterback this season. In 2010: Sat out the season with a redshirt. Background: Named all-area his sophomore through his senior seasons at Fort White High School earning all-state honors as a junior … named to the scholar athlete team as a senior … as a junior he passed for 1,739 yards and 12 touchdowns completing 50 percent of his passes while rushing for one touchdown … as a senior he passed for 1,223 yards and 10 touchdowns while averaging 10.3 yards per carry and three touchdowns. Personal: Born Aug. 15, 1992 … son of Scott and Mary Gilmer … undecided on major.

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Grimmett Defensive Back 6-0 • 202 Junior Kansas City, Mo. Raytown South HS

At Washburn: Returning to cornerback after playing the final five games at linebacker entering his redshirt junior season … has played in 23 games making eight career starts with 36 career tackles. In 2010: Played in 11 games starting five at outside linebacker recording 24 tackles with 19 solo stops … recorded a career-high six tackles with five solo stops against Nebraska-Omaha … also tallied a tackle for loss against Emporia State. In 2009: Made two starts recording five tackles with four solo stops all against Colorado Mines in the season opener before suffering injury receiving a medical redshirt. In 2008: Played in nine games recording seven tackles with five solo stops and a pass break up … had a single-game high of three tackles against Central Missouri … named Ichabod special teams player of the week of the Central Missouri game … led team in kickoff return average with a 20.1 yard average on a team-high nine returns including a 31-yard effort against the Mules. In 2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the work team offensive player of the week two times prior to the Colorado Mines and the Pittsburg State games. 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 PalmerGrimmett … majoring in criminal justice.

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5-11 • 217 Senior Kansas City, Mo. Park Hill HS

At Washburn: Returns to the active roster after missing the final eight games of the 2010 season with a shoulder injury … has appeared in 24 career games making four starts tallying 86 tackles with 3.5 sacks and an interception.

Hollins’ Game Highs All-purpose yards: 6, Nebraska-Omaha, Nov 08, 2008 Interceptions: 1, Nebraska-Omaha, Nov 08, 2008 Long interception return: 6, Nebraska-Omaha, Nov 08, 2008 Tackles: 11, Missouri Western, Sep 18, 2010 (8-3) Sacks: 1.5, Abilene Christian, Sep 04, 2010 (1-1) Tackles for loss: 2.5, Abilene Christian, Sep 04, 2010 (2-1) Fumbles forced: 1, at Colorado Mines, Aug 28, 2010 ; New Mexico Highlands, Sep 04, 2009 ; Missouri Western, Sep 18, 2010 Fumbles recovered: 1, Missouri Western, Sep 18, 2010 Pass breakups: 1, 4 times

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At Washburn: Will compete for time at defensive tackle after redshirting last season. In 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: At Baileyville B&B High School, he earned 8-Man first team all-state honors on both offense and defense … as a junior he was first team all-state on defense and earned second team honors as a sophomore … a four-year member of the honor roll. Personal: Born Sept. 7, 1991 … son of John and Linda Haug … majoring in business finance … older brother Brad was a six-year member of the Ichabod football team.

rush for 238 yards per game during senior season … an all-state selection on the offensive line … named all-Johnson County and all-Sunflower league first team offensive line … a second team defensive line selection … rated as the No. 15th best prospect in the state of Kansas by Rivals.com … a 2009 Kansas Shrine Bowl selection. Personal: Born Sept. 27, 1990 … son of David and Catrina Lowe … majoring is business.

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Grimmett’s Game Highs All-purpose yards: 74, at Central Missouri, Sep 20, 2008 Kick returns: 3, at Central Missouri, Sep 20, 2008 Kick return yards: 74, at Central Missouri, Sep 20, 2008 (3 returns) Long kick return: 31, at Central Missouri, Sep 20, 2008 Tackles: 6, Nebraska-Omaha, Oct 09, 2010 (5-1) Tackles for loss: 1.0, Emporia State, Nov 06, 2010 (1-0) Pass breakups: 1, Nebraska-Omaha, Oct 09, 2010 ; at Central Missouri, Sep 20, 2008

In 2010: Started the first four games of the season recording 33 tackles with 18 solo stops and six tackles for loss before suffering an injury against Central Missouri on the second play of the game … had a career-high 11 tackles against Missouri Western with three solo stops and 1.5 tackles for loss while recording 10 tackles against Abilene Christian and 2.5 tackles for loss … had eight tackles and two tackles for loss in the season opener against Colorado Mines … also forced two fumbles and recovered one with 3.5 sacks for 22 yards. In 2009: Recorded 53 total tackles with 24 stops playing in all 11 games … recorded a season-high seven tackles with unassisted tackles against Missouri Southern on Sept. 12 … named the Ichabods’ defensive player of the week after the win over New Mexico Highlands while receiving the Big Hit award for the same game. In 2008: Played in nine games as a true freshman recording 25 tackles with six solo stops and 19 assisted tackles … also had four passes defended and an interception against Nebraska-Omaha … had a season-high five tackles in three different games. Background: Named the Buck Buchanan Award winner as the outstanding linebacker in the Kansas City Metro Area … an allleague pick three seasons … a two-year all-state and all-metro pick … named one of top 15 players in the metro area … a twoyear captain … recorded 30 career tackles for loss … a student council public relations officer … a two-year all-district charity participant with the Relay for Life. Personal: Born Oct. 23, 1989 … son of Michael Hollins and Sandra Adero … majoring in biology. Hollins’ Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2008 9-0 6 19 25 4 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 1 2009 11-0 18 10 28 1 0.0/0 0.0/0 1 0 0 2010 4-4 18 15 33 0 6.0/27 3.5/22 2 1 0 Totals 24-4 42 44 86 5 6.0/27 3.5/22 3 1 1

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Horn Quarterback 5-11 • 185 Redshirt Freshman Topeka, Kan. Highland Park HS

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Tight End 6-2 • 240 Sophomore St. Louis, Mo. McCluer North HS

At Washburn: Enters the fall as the starting tight end after making two starts as a true freshman where he averaged 15.7 yards per catch. In 2010: Made two starts recording 15 catches for 236 yards and six touchdowns playing in 11 games … twice recorded three catches in a single game and tallied a game-high 70 receiving yards in the regular season finale at Missouri Southern … had at least one catch in nine of the 11 games … was named the Ichabod Freshman of the Year … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. Background: At McCluer North High School, he was a first team all-league pick at tight end after recording 24 receptions for 292 yards and first team all-league honors at defensive end recording 34 tackles along with five sacks … was an honorable mention all-league selection at tight end as a junior and

as a sophomore recording five catches for 113 yards and three touchdowns as a sophomore while recording four sacks from his defensive end position … a four-year member of the honor roll. Personal: Born Jan. 31, 1993 … son of Andre and Tosha Hurst … undecided on major.

Hurst’s Career Statistics Rushing Receiving GP-GS No. Yds Avg TD Lng | No. Yds Avg TD Lng 2010 11-2 1 3 3.0 0 3 | 15 236 15.7 6 47 Totals 11-2 1 3 3.0 0 3 | 15 236 15.7 6 47 Hurst’s Game Highs Points scored: 6, 6 times Touchdowns: 1, 6 times Rush attempts: 1, vs Midwestern State, Dec 04, 2010 Rush yards: 3, vs Midwestern State, Dec 04, 2010 (1 carries) Long rush: 3, vs Midwestern State, Dec 04, 2010 Receptions: 3, vs Midwestern State, Dec 04, 2010 ; at Missouri Southern, Nov 13, 2010 Receiving yards: 70, at Missouri Southern, Nov 13, 2010 (3 receptions) Receiving TDs: 1, 6 times Long reception: 47, at Missouri Southern, Nov 13, 2010 Total offense attempts: 1, vs Midwestern State, Dec 04, 2010 (1 rush,0 pass) Total offense yards: 3, vs Midwestern State, Dec 04, 2010 (3 rush,0 pass) All-purpose yards: 70, at Missouri Southern, Nov 13, 2010

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Wide Receiver 6-3 • 217 Junior Lincoln Neb. Lincoln North Star HS

At Washburn: Making the move to wide receiver after playing the previous three years at linebacker … will also see time on special teams … has played in 13 career games recording 13 tackles. In 2010: Appeared in 11 games recording eight tackles including six solo stops … had two tackles against Fort Hays State … seven of his tackles came on kickoff return stops … received the Big Hit Award following the game with the Tigers. In 2009: Played in two games before missing the remainder of the season with an injury and receiving a medical redshirt … recorded four tackles in the home opener against New Mexico Highlands. In 2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named Ichabod defensive work team player of the week prior to the Fort Hays State game. Background: Recorded more than 300 tackles in his high school career … a three-time all-city selection … also earned all-league honors two seasons … led the league in tackles three seasons … a state track qualifier in the 200m- and 800m- dash. Personal: Born on Jan. 22, 1990 … son of Ronald and Cathy Iverson … undecided on major … brother of former Ichabod wide receiver Jake Iverson. Iverson’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2009 2-0 2 3 5 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 2010 11-0 6 2 8 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 Totals 13-0 8 5 13 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0

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Cameron Defensive End 6-2 • 254 Senior Lawton, Okla. Lawton HS Western Illinois

At Washburn: Returns to a starting defensive end position where he started 11 of 12 games after transferring from Western Illinois. In 2010: Recorded 33 tackles with seven tackles for loss for 28 yards while tying for the team lead with 3.5 sacks … tallied a season-high five tackles against Missouri Western and NebraskaOmaha … had three tackles for loss for 13 yards and 1.5 sacks for 9 yards while recovering a fumble for a touchdown against Missouri Western …also recorded a forced fumble against the Griffons … named the Ichabods defensive lineman of the game against Abilene Christian.


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Jean’s Game Highs All-purpose yards: 74, Nebraska-Omaha, Oct 09, 2010 Kick returns: 4, at Central Missouri, Sep 25, 2010 Kick return yards: 74, Nebraska-Omaha, Oct 09, 2010 (3 returns) Long kick return: 58, Nebraska-Omaha, Oct 09, 2010 Tackles: 3, at Central Missouri, Sep 25, 2010 (3-0) Pass breakups: 2, at Colorado Mines, Aug 28, 2010

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At Washburn: Will compete for time on special teams and in the wide receiver rotation. In 2010: Appeared in four games … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll … named the Ichabods’ work team offenisve player of the week for practice prior to the Northwest Missouri game.

At Washburn: Enters the fall as one of two inside linebackers on the depth chart … will also see time on special teams. In 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the Ichabods’ work team defensive player of the week for practice prior to the game with Central Missouri … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. Background: At Emporia High School, he was a unanimous all-Centennial league selection as a senior while earning second team all-league honors on defense as well as first team all-state honors at running back … rushed for 817 yards as a junior en route to honorable mention all-state honors … finished third in state wrestling … finished second in the state in the javelin … earned second team offense and defense honors as a junior … as a sophomore he was a second team all-league pick on defense … also finished second in state in the javelin as well as second in state wrestling … as a freshman he finished sixth in wrestling and in the javelin Personal: Born June 12, 1991 … son of Steve Kolmer and Christine Gutierrez … undecided on major … his father played linebacker at Emporia State from 1971 to 1975.

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At Washburn: Enters the fall as the starting right defensive tackle. In 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: At transfer from Iowa Western where he earned first team all-conference and first team all-region honors as a sophomore where he played in seven games recording 22 total tackles with seven tackles for loss for 22 yards adding a sack … at Forest Hill High School he was an all-area and first team allleague selection. In 2010: Born Feb. 11, 1989 … son of Barbara Mims … majoring in sports management.

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Defensive End 6-3 • 295 Redshirt Junior West Palm Beach, Fla. Forest Hill HS North Iowa Area CC

Defensive Back 6-1 • 185 Senior Miami, Fla. Pace Mesa CC

At Washburn: Enters the fall as the right side defensive cornerback after appearing in 12 games last season after transferring from Mesa Community College. In 2010: Played in all 12 games recording eight tackles with a season-high three against Central Missouri … also had 11 kickoff returns for 222 yards with a season-long 58-yard return against Nebraska-Omaha … recorded three solo tackles on kickoff coverage units.

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Jackson’s Game Highs Points scored: 6, Missouri Western, Sep 18, 2010 Touchdowns: 1, Missouri Western, Sep 18, 2010 Tackles: 5, Nebraska-Omaha, Oct 09, 2010 (3-2); Missouri Western, Sep 18, 2010 (2-3) Sacks: 1.5, Missouri Western, Sep 18, 2010 (1-1) Tackles for loss: 3.0, Missouri Western, Sep 18, 2010 (2-1) Fumbles forced: 1, Missouri Western, Sep 18, 2010 Fumbles recovered: 1, Missouri Western, Sep 18, 2010 Pass breakups: 1, Abilene Christian, Sep 04, 2010

Jean’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2010 12-0 6 2 8 4 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 Totals 12-0 6 2 8 4 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0

In 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. Background: Recorded 801 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns on 54 receptions averaging 14.8 yards per catch and rushed for 43 yards on eight carries … a 5A all-state selection as well as allarea top 11 pick two times … named all-league and all-city two times … also had 27 tackles and two interceptions as a senior … averaged 27.6 yards per kickoff return collecting 470 yards on 17 returns and averaged 23.6 yards per punt return and two touchdowns on seven returns … a three-year letterman in basketball … a second team all-city pick and a second team all-league pick. Personal: Personal: Born Nov. 21, 1990 … son of Bob and Pamela Kobbeman … sister Wendy was a three-year letterwinner on the Lady Blues volleyball team … majoring in criminal justice. Kobbeman’s Career Statistics Rushing Receiving GP-GS No. Yds Avg TD Lng | No. Yds Avg TD Lng 2008 4-0 0 0 0.0 0 0 | 0 0 0.0 0 Totals 4-0 0 0 0.0 0 0 | 0 0 0.0 0 -

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Jackson’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2010 12-11 15 18 33 1 7.0/28 3.5/20 1 1 0 Totals 12-11 15 18 33 1 7.0/28 3.5/20 1 1 0

Background: A junior transfer for the Ichabods who finished with 38 total tackles with 33 solo stops and one tackle for loss with a conference-high 11 pass break ups while recording two interceptions … teamed team captain … as a freshman he was the regional champion in track in the 400-meters and named the Impact Newcomer of the Year … at Monsignor Pace High School in Miami, Fla., he was an all-county selection … an allstate selection in track in the 110-meters … played mainly on special teams as well as wide receiver and defensive back as a junior … advanced to the Junior Olympics in the 110-meter hurdles Personal: Born Oct. 20, 1988 … son of Joseph and Culette Rodriguez Jean … majoring in mass media.

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Background: at transfer from Western Illinois … played in all 11 games starting two as a sophomore … recorded a season-high three tackles against Missouri State … recorded an 8-yard sack at Missouri State and an 11-yard sack the following week at Indiana State … finished with 14 tackles and 2.0 sacks … as a freshman he appeared in seven games on special teams and as a backup defensive lineman... collected six tackles... had three tackles and a tackle for loss against Indiana State … one of just four true freshmen to earn a letter … at Lawton High School, he was named the district’s defensive player of the year earning first-team all-state honors in class 6A … led the entire state with 13 sacks as a defensive end … tallied 84 tackles in 2007 … also started at tight end, catching 11 passes for 164 yards and three touchdowns … led his team to a 2007 playoff berth … selected to play in the Southwest Senior Bowl … earned a 13-5 record in wrestling. Personal: Born Oct. 14, 1989 … son of Rodney McCants and Janna Helmick … majoring in accounting.


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Fullback 6-1 • 232 Junior Topeka, Kan. Seaman HS

At Washburn: Will compete for time at fullback entering the fall as the No. 2 fullback on the depth chart and on special teams … has appeared in 10 games. In 2010: Played in six games during the season on offense and on special teams coverage units … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2009: Appeared in four games and averaged four yards per carry including a six-yard run against Pittsburg State on Oct. 17 … also had two assisted tackles on special teams on coverage units against New Mexico Highlands … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the Ichabods’ work team defensive player of the week prior to the Missouri Western … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. Background: A 2006 first team all-league pick at defensive end and at tight end … a first team all-city selection on defense as a junior and second team all-city choice on offense … in 2007 as a senior, named first team all-city defense and second team all-league offense … a first team all-league and all-city pick on defense … named all-city Top 11 and a Class 5A all-state selection … named Army Iron Man of the Week … received academic letter … a member of the 4.0 honor roll, National Honor Society and a Kansas Honors Scholar. Personal: Born June 6, 1989 … son of Lynn and Kyle Lichter … majoring in physics … father Lynn played baseball at Kansas State. Lichter’s Career Statistics Rushing Receiving GP-GS No. Yds Avg TD Lng | No. Yds Avg TD Lng 2009 4-0 2 8 4.0 0 6 | 0 0 0.0 0 2010 6-0 0 0 0.0 0 - | 0 0 0.0 0 Totals 10-0 2 8 4.0 0 6 | 0 0 0.0 0 Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2009 4-0 0 2 2 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 Totals 4-0 0 2 2 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0

Litcher’s Game Highs Rush attempts: 2, Pittsburg State, Oct 17, 2009 Rush yards: 8, Pittsburg State, Oct 17, 2009 (2 carries) Long rush: 6, Pittsburg State, Oct 17, 2009 Total offense attempts: 2, Pittsburg State, Oct 17, 2009 (2 rush,0 pass) Total offense yards: 8, Pittsburg State, Oct 17, 2009 (8 rush,0 pass) All-purpose yards: 8, Pittsburg State, Oct 17, 2009 Tackles: 2, New Mexico Highlands, Sep 04, 2009 (0-2)

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6-0 • 231 Senior Harrisonville, Mo. Harrisonville HS At Washburn: Has played in 16 career games recording seven tackles … will compete for time on special teams and in the linebacking rotation entering the fall as a No. 2 inside linebacker. In 2010: Appeared in 10 games recording three tackles including two solo stops and a forced fumble against Central Missouri … also recorded a pass break up against Emporia State. In 2009: Played in four games recording three tackles with two coming against Truman on Oct. 31. In 2008: Played in three games recording a tackle … named the Ichabods’ work team defensive player of the week leading up to the Central Missouri game. In 2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the Ichabods’ work team defensive player of the week prior to the Colorado Mines game. 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.

Livingston’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2008 2-0 0 1 1 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 2009 4-0 0 3 3 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 2010 10-0 3 0 3 1 0.0/0 0.0/0 1 0 0 Totals 16-0 3 4 7 1 0.0/0 0.0/0 1 0 0 Livingston’s Game Highs Tackles: 2, Truman, Oct 31, 2009 (0-2); at Central Missouri, Sep 25, 2010 (2-0) Fumbles forced: 1, at Central Missouri, Sep 25, 2010 Pass breakups: 1, Emporia State, Nov 06, 2010

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Placekicker 6-0 • 190 Redshirt Freshman Topeka, Kan. Seaman HS

At Washburn: Will compete for the placekicking duties for the Ichabods this season. In 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: At Seaman High School, he connected on all 35 extra point attempts while hitting 7 of 8 field goal attempts including a school-record 42-yard field goal … named first team all-city placekicker and honorable mention all-state … a member of the National Honor Society … received the special teams award three times and finished fourth in the city in kicking points as a junior Personal: Born Oct. 23, 1991 … son of Greg and Kathy Lutz … anticipated major is business … father played tennis at Washburn and mother played basketball at Washburn … his sister Jolene played soccer at Washburn and other sister Shelbie played basketball at Manhattan Christian as did Jolene after transferring.

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Linebacker 6-1 • 226 Sophomore Truckee, Calif. Tahoe-Truckee HS

At Washburn: Enters the fall as one of two No. 2 outside linebackers. In 2010: Played in two games as a redshirt freshman … recorded a tackle against Emporia State in the regular season finale. In 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the Ichabods’ defensive work team player of the week prior to the game with Fort Hays State. Background: Recorded 148 tackles in 11 games with an interception and three fumble recoveries en route to first team allstate honors and the Class 3A Defensive Player of the Year … named Reno Gazette Journal’s Defensive Player of the Year after leading the state of Nevada in tackles per game … also rushed for 263 yards on 29 carries averaging 9.1 yards per attempt with seven touchdowns … as a junior he was selected Team MVP, first team all-league at linebacker and first team all-state at linebacker … as a sophomore in the Nevada 3A Division he was a first team all-league linebacker as a junior and first team all-state as a junior and the Nevada 3A Defensive Player of the Year in 2007 after recording 118 tackles, seven pass break ups, four recovered fumbles, three sacks, two interceptions and a forced fumble … won the snow skiing slalom junior nationals in 2004 and finished in the top 20 in the World’s Giant slalom competition in 2004. Personal: Born June 22, 1990 … son of Philip and Jacqueline Macken … majoring in business. Macken’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2010 2-0 0 1 1 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 Totals 2-0 0 1 1 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 Macken’s Game Highs Tackles: 1, Emporia State, Nov 06, 2010 (0-1)


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Tight End 6-7 • 237 Redshirt Junior St. Charles, Mo. Francis Howell Central HS

Mertz’s Game Highs Points scored: 12, Central Missouri, Sep 26, 2009 Touchdowns: 2, Central Missouri, Sep 26, 2009 Receptions: 6, at Nebraska-Omaha, Oct 10, 2009 Receiving yards: 165, Central Missouri, Sep 26, 2009 (5 receptions) Receiving TDs: 2, Central Missouri, Sep 26, 2009 Long reception: 74, Central Missouri, Sep 26, 2009 All-purpose yards: 165, Central Missouri, Sep 26, 2009 Tackles: 1, Fort Hays State, Oct 03, 2009 (1-0)

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At Washburn: Will compete for time at tight end after moving from linebacker after his redshirt year. In 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named Ichabod word team defensive player of the week for practice prior to the Pittsburg State game. Background: At Lawrence High School he was named honorable mention all-league at offensive guard as a junior and at defensive line as a senior … named team captain as a senior … also played baseball and ran track. Personal: Born Feb. 6, 1992 … son of Steve and Michelle Muiller … majoring in history.

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Tight End 6-3 • 237 Redshirt Freshman Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence HS

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Pass completions: 1, at Central Missouri, Sep 25, 2010 Pass yards: 26, at Central Missouri, Sep 25, 2010 Long pass: 26, at Central Missouri, Sep 25, 2010 Receptions: 5, Missouri Western, Sep 18, 2010 ; at Missouri Western, Sep 19, 2009 Receiving yards: 64, at Missouri Western, Sep 19, 2009 (5 receptions) Receiving TDs: 1, 4 times Long reception: 36, Missouri Southern, Sep 12, 2009 Total offense attempts: 28, at Fort Hays State, Oct 02, 2010 (28 rush,0 pass) Total offense yards: 227, Truman, Oct 31, 2009 (227 rush,0 pass) All-purpose yards: 229, Truman, Oct 31, 2009 Punt returns: 1, New Mexico Highlands, Sep 04, 2009 Punt return yards: 13, New Mexico Highlands, Sep 04, 2009 (1 returns) Blocked kicks: 1, New Mexico Highlands, Sep 04, 2009

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At Washburn: Returns to the field after missing the 2010 season with an injury … he has appeared in 21 career games making 37 catches for 720 yards and three touchdowns … has started 11 games at tight end … has averaged 19.5 yards per catch during his career. In 2010: Sat out the season with a medical redshirt after missing the entire season with a foot injury. In 2009: Recorded 26 receptions for 547 yards and three touchdowns en route to honorable mention all-MIAA honors while starting all 11 games … had five catches for a season-high two touchdowns and 165 yards including a 74-yard scoring reception against Central Missouri on Sept. 26 … his six receptions at Nebraska-Omaha on Oct. 10 was a career single-game high … averaged 21.0 yards per reception which is 18th on the single-season chart … named the Ichabods’ offensive lineman of the week following the Fort Hays State game and received the Big Hit Award after the Pittsburg State game … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2008: Played in 10 games grabbing 11 receptions for 173 yards including a career-long 25 yard reception against Fort Hays State … four of 10 catches were for more than 20 yards … averaged 15.7 yards per catch named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt … received Ichabod offensive work team player of the week prior to the Central Missouri game. 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

Mertz’s Career Statistics Rushing Receiving GP-GS No. Yds Avg TD Lng | No. Yds Avg TD Lng 2008 10-0 0 0 0.0 0 - | 11 173 15.7 0 25 2009 11-11 0 0 0.0 0 - | 26 547 21.0 3 74 Totals 10-0 2 8 4.0 0 6 | 37 720 19.5 3 74

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At Washburn: Enters the fall as the No. 3 running back after redshirting last season. In 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the Ichabods’ offensive work team player of the week for practice leading up to the Fort Hays State game. Background: At Delsea Reginal High School, he was an all-Tri County selection and also named all-Group 2 … finished with three varsity football letters … rushed for 1,424 yards on 120 carries and scored 17 touchdowns for the South Jersey Group 2 champions … had a season-high 172 yards and a touchdown against Salesianum … won two state football championships … as a junior he was named athlete of the year for winter track … a state 4x200 relay qualifier as a sophomore … a four-year letterwinner for spring track Personal: Born June 10, 1992 … son of Collin and Juanita McPherson … majoring in criminal justice.

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Running Back 6-0 • 207 Redshirt Freshman Franklinville, N.J. Delsea Reginal

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all-league pick as a senior. Personal: Born June 6, 1989 … son of Kenton and Cathy Mertz … majoring in business.

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Defensive End 6-2 • 256 Sophomore Florissant, Mo. Hazelwood West HS

At Washburn: Enters the fall as the No. 2 defensive end on the right side … has played in four games. In 2010: Played in four games recording two tackles with one coming against Midwestern State and one against Truman along with a half sack against Truman … named the defensive work team player of the week for practice leading up to the NebraskaOmaha game. In 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Earned all-conference honors at defensive end … also picked honorable mention all-conference honors at fullback. Personal: Born June 7, 1990 … son of Bello and Tayo Oladapo … majoring in business. Oladapo’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2010 4-0 1 1 2 0 0.5/4 0.5/4 0 0 0 Totals 4-0 1 1 2 0 0.5/4 0.5/4 0 0 0 Oladapo’s Game Highs Tackles: 1, vs Midwestern State, Dec 04, 2010 (1-0); at Truman State Univ., Oct 30, 2010 (0-1)

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Defensive End 6-2 • 244 Senior Denver, Colo Arapahoe HS

At Washburn: Enters the fall as the starting defensive end on the right side having played in 31 games recording 82 career tackles with 17.5 tackles for loss and 11.5 sacks. In 2010: Started all 12 games at defensive end recording 52 tackles with 31 solo stops and a team-high 12 tackles for loss along with a team-high seven sacks en route to second team all-MIAA honors … named the Trey Lewis Outstanding Ichabod defensive lineman of the year and the MIAA’s Defensive Player of the Week following the Truman game after he recorded a career-high 11 tackles with five solo stops and a sack … named the Ichabods’ defensive lineman of the game six times during the season … his 12 tackles for loss was ninth in Washburn single-season history and his seven sacks was 10th single-season chart … recorded two sacks against Nebraska-Omaha. In 2009: Played in nine games recorded 22 tackles with nine solo stops … added 2.5 sacks for 20 yards and 2.5 tackles for loss

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for 20 yards … recorded a career-high six tackles with three solo stops against Missouri Southern on Sept. 12 … also recorded 1.5 sacks for 14 yards against the Lions in the same game … named the Ichabods’ defensive lineman of the week for the game as well with Missouri Southern. In 2008: Played in 10 games recording eight tackles with three tackles for loss for 14 yards … also recorded two sacks for nine yards … had two pass break ups as well. In 2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt … earned the Ichabods’ defense work team player of the week for the days leading up to the season-opening game against Chadron State. At Background: Named second team all-league … a state qualifier in the discus in track. At Personal: Born Jan. 2, 1989 … son of Gene Johnson and Scherise Palan … majoring in mass media.

Palan-Johnson’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2008 10-0 3 5 8 2 3.0/14 2.0/9 0 0 0 2009 9-0 9 13 22 0 2.5/20 2.5/20 0 0 0 2010 12-12 31 21 52 1 12.0/43 7.0/32 0 1 0 Totals 31-12 43 39 82 3 17.5/77 11.5/61 0 1 0 Palan-Johnson’s Game Highs Tackles: 11, at Truman State Univ., Oct 30, 2010 (5-6) Sacks: 2.0, Nebraska-Omaha, Oct 09, 2010 (2-0) Tackles for loss: 2.0, vs Midwestern State, Dec 04, 2010 (2-0); at Fort Hays State, Oct 02, 2010 (2-0); Nebraska-Omaha, Oct 09, 2010 (2-0) Fumbles recovered: 1, at Colorado Mines, Aug 28, 2010 Pass breakups: 1, Colorado Mines, Aug 28, 2008 ; at Missouri Southern, Oct 04, 2008 ; at Pittsburg State, Oct 16, 2010


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Pfannenstiel’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2007 11-0 1 4 5 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 2008 2-0 1 1 2 1 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 2009 11-10 37 18 55 2 4.0/7 0.0/0 0 2 0 2010 12-11 48 43 91 8 6.0/37 3.5/31 1 1 1 Totals 36-21 87 65 152 11 10/44 3.5/31 1 3 1

At Washburn: Moving to the defensive line after redshirting last season on the offensive line. In 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: A transfer from Mesa Community College. Personal: Born June 20, 1985 … son of Adovia Leonard … majoring in law enforcement.

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At Washburn: Enters the fall as one of two starting outside linebackers after playing in six games recording 13 tackles in his first season at Washburn. In 2010: Appeared in six games recording 13 tackles with eight solo stops with 1.5 tackles for loss … recorded a career-high seven tackles against Missouri Southern with five solo stops and added four more against Midwestern State. In 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Named honorable mention all-conference as a sophomore and junior … an all-Northland selection as a junior … following his senior season, he was named first team allconference at defensive back as well as second team all-metro, second team all-state, first team all-Northland, the Trojans’ most valuable player. Personal: Born Jan. 1, 1991 … guardians are David and Gail Krause … undecided on major. Pour’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2010 6-0 8 5 13 0 1.5/5 0.0/0 0 0 0 Totals 6-0 8 5 13 0 1.5/5 0.0/0 0 0 0

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Outside Linebacker 6-1 • 210 Sophomore Kansas City, Mo. Park Hill South HS

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Pffannenstiel’s Game Highs All-purpose yards: 4, at West Texas A&M, Nov 17, 2007 Kick returns: 1, at West Texas A&M, Nov 17, 2007 ; Fort Hays State, Sep 15, 2007 Kick return yards: 4, at West Texas A&M, Nov 17, 2007 (1 returns) Long kick return: 4, at West Texas A&M, Nov 17, 2007 Interceptions: 1, vs Midwestern State, Dec 04, 2010 Tackles: 17, Northwest Missouri, Oct 23, 2010 (14-3) Sacks: 2.0, Northwest Missouri, Oct 23, 2010 (2-0) Tackles for loss: 2.0, Northwest Missouri, Oct 23, 2010 (2-0) Fumbles forced: 1, Northwest Missouri, Oct 23, 2010 Fumbles recovered: 1, at Colorado Mines, Aug 28, 2010 ; Fort Hays State, Oct 03, 2009 ; New Mexico Highlands, Sep 04, 2009 Pass breakups: 3, Northwest Missouri, Oct 23, 2010

Defensive Tackle 6-3 • 340 Junior Orlando, Fla. Mesa CC

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Outside Linebacker 6-2 • 225 Senior Silver Lake, Kan. Silver Lake HS

named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2007: Played in 11 games recording five total tackles with four assisted tackles as a freshman … recorded two kickoff returns for four yards … received the Ichabods’ defensive Big Hit award during the Missouri Southern game and special teams player of the week following the Southwest Baptist game. 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 … majoring in accounting.

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Pour’s Game Highs Tackles: 7, at Missouri Southern, Nov 13, 2010 (5-2) Tackles for loss: 1.5, at Missouri Southern, Nov 13, 2010 (1-0)

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Fullback 5-11 • 247 Senior Ballwin, Mo. Westminster Christian HS

At Washburn: Enters the fall as the starting fullback after starting eight as a junior … has made 11 career starts rushing for has rushed for 118 yards on 26 carries and one touchdown while recording 11 receptions for 182 yards and another touchdown … has recorded 24 tackles on special teams on coverage units and 25 total tackles while appearing in 34 games. In 2010: Started eight games playing in all 12 recording 67 yards rushing on 14 carries averaging 4.8 yards per carry with three receptions for 62 yards … led the team with eight special teams tackles … also averaged 56.6 yards per kickoff on eight attempts, two kickoff returns for 22 yards and one punt return for 11 yards … named the Ichabods’ special teams player of the week three times … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll … blocked a punt against Northwest Missouri setting up a first quarter Washburn touchdown. In 2009: Made three starts appearing in 11 games rushing for 48 yards on nine carries averaging 5.3 yards per rush … also

had six receptions for 80 yards averaging 13.3 yards per catch … recorded a career-long 44-yard reception against Fort Hays State on Oct. 3 … finished second on the team with 11 special teams tackles with 10 coming on kickoff coverage … had three special teams stops against Central Missouri on Sept. 26 … named the Ichabods’ offensive skill player of the week after the Central Missouri game while earning the special teams player of the week after the New Mexico Highlands game … received the Big Hit award against Nebraska-Omaha … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2008: Played in 11 games making one start as a true freshman … had three carries for three yards and two catches for 40 yards including a 25-yard reception at Central Missouri … also handled some kickoff duties with 15 attempts averaging 56.8 yards per kickoff … recorded three tackles on special teams as well … a three-time winner of the Ichabods’ special teams player of the week following the Missouri State, Missouri Western and Northwest Missouri games … also received the Ichabod Big Hit award after the Emporia State and Northwest Missouri games. Background: A second team all-metro pick at linebacker in St. Louis and a second team all-state pick … also named first team all-state place kicker … first team all-league place kicker and linebacker … named league’s player of the year. Personal: Born Sept. 8, 1989 … son of Paul and Crystal Schoenberg … majoring in physical education.

Schoenberg’s Career Statistics Rushing Receiving GP-GS No. Yds Avg TD Lng | No. Yds Avg TD Lng 2008 11-0 3 3 1.0 0 1 | 2 40 20.0 0 25 2009 11-3 9 48 5.3 1 19 | 6 80 13.3 1 44 2010 12-8 14 67 4.8 0 43 | 3 62 20.7 0 26 Totals 34-11 26 118 4.5 1 43 | 11 182 16.5 1 44

Schoenberg’s Game Highs Points scored: 6, Pittsburg State, Oct 17, 2009 ; Missouri Southern, Sep 12, 2009 Touchdowns: 1, Pittsburg State, Oct 17, 2009 ; Missouri Southern, Sep 12, 2009 Kick PATs: 1, Northwest Mo. St., Oct 25, 2008 Points by kicking: 1, Northwest Mo. St., Oct 25, 2008 Rush attempts: 7, Emporia State, Nov 06, 2010 Rush yards: 59, Emporia State, Nov 06, 2010 (7 carries) Rush TDs: 1, Missouri Southern, Sep 12, 2009 Long rush: 43, Emporia State, Nov 06, 2010 Receptions: 2, Fort Hays State, Oct 03, 2009 ; Nebraska-Omaha, Oct 09, 2010 ; Pittsburg State, Oct 17, 2009 Receiving yards: 56, Fort Hays State, Oct 03, 2009 (2 receptions) Receiving TDs: 1, Pittsburg State, Oct 17, 2009 Long reception: 44, Fort Hays State, Oct 03, 2009 Total offense attempts: 7, Emporia State, Nov 06, 2010 (7 rush,0 pass) Total offense yards: 59, Emporia State, Nov 06, 2010 (59 rush,0 pass) All-purpose yards: 64, Fort Hays State, Oct 03, 2009 Punt returns: 1, Northwest Missouri, Oct 23, 2010 Punt return yards: 11, Northwest Missouri, Oct 23, 2010 (1 returns) Kick returns: 1, 4 times Kick return yards: 22, at Pittsburg State, Oct 16, 2010 (1 returns) Long kick return: 22, at Pittsburg State, Oct 16, 2010 Tackles: 3, Northwest Missouri, Oct 23, 2010 (2-1); Central Missouri, Sep 26, 2009 (2-1) Fumbles forced: 1, at Nebraska-Omaha, Oct 10, 2009 Fumbles recovered: 1, New Mexico Highlands, Sep 04, 2009 Blocked kicks: 1, Northwest Missouri, Oct 23, 2010

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Simoneau Quarterback 6-3 • 227 Senior Salina, Kan. Sacred Heart HS

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At Washburn: Returns to a starting quarterback position where he has started the last 29 games playing in 30 total … already owns 20 school career and single season records … owns career records in passing completions (471), passing yards (7,202), passing touchdowns (64), completion percentage (.579), efficiency (151.7), yards per pass (8.9), passings yards per game (240.1), total offense per game (236.2), total offense per play (8.1) and total offense (7,086) among others … owns single season records in passing attempts (374), completions (223), yards (3,459), touchdowns (33), percentage (.609), efficiency (162.5), yards per game (288.2), total offense (3,433), touchdowns responsible for (34), total offense per game (286.1) and total offense per play (8.77) … needs 53 attempts to set career record … enters senior season ninth on MIAA’s all-time chart … just outside of top 10 on career total offense listing … owns 10 300-yard passing games and six of the top 14 single-season passing games in school history. In 2010: Started all 12 games passing for a school-record 3,459 yards which was sixth in MIAA history … became first Ichabod to pass for more than 3,000 yards in a single-season setting a junior-class record … set school-records for 223 passing completions and 33 touchdowns … 374 passing attempts was also a school record … an honorable mention all-MIAA pick … named the Ichabods’ offensive skill player of the game three times and received the big hit award against Central Missouri … passed for 300 yards six times including a season high 385 against Missouri Southern completing 25 of 40 attempts … passed for four touchdowns against Central Missouri and Missouri Southern while recording three touchdown passes in five other games … named the Ichabod baseball team MVP as well as honorable mention all-MIAA after batting .320 with a team-high 56 hits driving in 40 runs and scoring 29 times at shortstop. In 2009: Started all 11 games throwing for a then-school-record 2,955 yards completing 186 of 309 passes with 26 touchdowns …

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his .602 completion percentage set a school record as well as his 186 completions … also set new single-season records for passing efficiency (162.5), passing yards per game (268.6), total offensive yards (2,922), total offensive yards per game (265.6) and total offensive yards per play (8.77) … 309 pass attempts was second on Washburn’s single-season chart as were the 26 touchdown passes … recorded five 300-yard passing games including a career-high 398 yard effort against Fort Hays State on Oct. 3, which was the fourth-highest single game total in school history … was named second team all-MIAA and the Ichabods’ offensive player of the year and the MIAA’s Offensive Player of the Week after passing for 306 yards and three touchdowns against Missouri Southern on Sept. 14 completing 20 of 27 passes … tied a school record with six touchdown passes against Pittsburg State throwing for 362 yards … also rushed for two touchdowns … finished second in the MIAA in passing yards per game, third in passing efficiency, third in total offense … named honorable mention all-MIAA at shortstop for the Ichabod baseball team after batting .304 leading the team 34 RBI, 15 doubles and 19 extra base hits. In 2008: Started the final six games of the season playing in seven total games completing 62 of 130 passing attempts for 788 yards and five touchdowns … connected on a season-high 16 passes against Northwest Missouri … passed for a career-high 233 yards on 13 completions at Truman with two touchdowns … named the Ichabods’ offensive skill player of the week after the Truman game … also rushed for a touchdown against Nebraska-Omaha … earned honorable mention honors for the Ichabod baseball team hitting .308 with a team-high 18 doubles. In 2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt … for the Ichabod baseball team, he batted .262 overall and .305 in MIAA play finishing fifth on the team with nine doubles while starting 28 of the 35 games he played in. 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 … majoring in physical education.

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Simoneau’s Career Statistics Rushing Receiving GP-GS No. Yds Avg TD Lng | No. Yds Avg TD Lng 2008 7-6 15 -47 -3.8 1 4 | 0 0 0.0 0 2009 11-11 24 -33 -1.4 2 19 | 0 0 0.0 0 2010 12-12 23 -26 -1.1 1 14 | 1 29 29.0 0 29 Totals 30-29 62 -116 -1.9 4 19 | 1 29 29.0 0 29 Passing C A Int. Pct. Yds TD Lng Avg/C Avg/G Effic 2008 62 130 6 .477 788 5 47 12.7 112.6 102.1 2009 186 309 9 .602 2955 26 77 15.9 268.6 162.5 2010 223 374 12 .596 3459 33 74 15.5 288.2 160.0 Totals 471 813 27 .579 7202 64 77 15.3 240.1 151.7

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Simoneau’s Game Highs Points scored: 6, 4 times Touchdowns: 1, 4 times Rush attempts: 6, at NW Missouri State, Oct 24, 2009 Rush yards: 23, Abilene Christian, Sep 04, 2010 (3 carries) Rush TDs: 1, 4 times Long rush: 19, Central Missouri, Sep 26, 2009 Pass attempts: 42, at Nebraska-Omaha, Oct 10, 2009 ; Northwest Missouri, Oct 23, 2010 Pass completions: 25, at Missouri Southern, Nov 13, 2010 ; at Nebraska-Omaha, Oct 10, 2009 Pass yards: 398, Fort Hays State, Oct 03, 2009 Pass TDs: 6, Pittsburg State, Oct 17, 2009 Had intercepted: 3, Missouri Western, Sep 18, 2010 Long pass: 77, Pittsburg State, Oct 17, 2009 Receptions: 1, at Central Missouri, Sep 25, 2010 Receiving yards: 26, at Central Missouri, Sep 25, 2010 (1 receptions) Long reception: 26, at Central Missouri, Sep 25, 2010 Total offense attempts: 46, at Nebraska-Omaha, Oct 10, 2009 (4 rush,42 pass) Total offense yards: 392, at Nebraska-Omaha, Oct 10, 2009 (0 rush,392 pass) Tackles: 1, vs Midwestern State, Dec 04, 2010 (1-0); Northwest Mo. St., Oct 25, 2008 (1-0)

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Inside Linebacker/ Long Snapper 5-10 • 220 Senior Sabetha, Kan. Sabetha HS

At Washburn: Will compete for time on special teams and at linebacker … set to handle the long snapping duties on placekicking units on special teams. In 2010: Appeared in all 12 games as long snapper … named the Ichabods’ special teams player of the week following the Nebraska-Omaha and Pittsburg State games … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. In 2009: Practiced but did not appear in any games … named the Ichabods’ work team defensive player of the week prior to the Nebraska-Omaha game … named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll. Background: A member of the Dean’s Honor Roll and the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society. Personal: Born Aug. 26, 1988 … son of Brad and Holly Snyder … majoring in biology with an emphasis in pre-med.

Background: Recorded total 102 tackles, 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 … majoring in mass media. Taylor’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2008 2-0 4 6 11 2 3.0/9 1.0/1 0 0 0 2009 11-9 24 18 42 3 2.5/5 0.0/0 0 0 0 2010 12-9 50 41 91 8 6.0/29 3.0/22 1 0 0 Totals 25-18 78 65 14. 13 11.5/43 4.0/25 1 0 0

Taylor’s Game Highs Tackles: 14, at Missouri Southern, Nov 13, 2010 (6-8) Sacks: 1.0, 4 times Tackles for loss: 3.0, at Missouri State, Sep 04, 2008 (3-0) Fumbles forced: 1, at Colorado Mines, Aug 28, 2010 Pass breakups: 2, at Missouri State, Sep 04, 2008 ; Missouri Western, Sep 18, 2010

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Inside Linebacker 6-1 • 223 Junior Aurora, Colo. Grandview HS

At Washburn: Returns to a starting inside linebacker position entering junior season … has played in 25 career games making 18 starts recording 143 tackles with 11.5 tackles for loss and 4.0 sacks. In 2010: Started the final nine games of the season at inside linebacker after starting the first game on the outside … tied for the team lead with 91 total tackles including 40 solo stops … tallied 6.0 tackles for loss and 3.0 sacks … also added eight pass break ups and a forced fumble … named honorable mention all-MIAA and was a two-time winner of the MIAA’s Defensive Player of the Week … recorded a career-high 14 tackles against Missouri Southern … had five double-digit tackle games … named the Ichabod defensive skill player of the week twice and received the Big Hit award six times during the season. In 2009: Made nine starts playing in all 11 games recording 42 total tackles with 24 solo stops …also recorded 2.5 tackles for loss for five yards and knocked down pass attempts … had eight tackles in the season opener against Colorado Mines on Aug. 29 with five solo stops and a tackle for loss … named the Ichabods defensive skill player of the week after recording five tackles at Nebraska-Omaha … received the Big Hit award following the game with Truman. In 2008: Recorded 11 tackles with five solo stops and six assisted tackles in two games before missing remainder of the season with injury … named the Ichabod defensive lineman of the week following the Missouri State game after recording eight tackles with four solo stops and three tackles for loss for nine yards and a sack for three yards in the win over the Bears … also named Ichabods’ special teams player of the week after the Colorado Mines game in the season opener … received a medical redshirt. In 2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

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Stanley Offensive Tackle 6-2 • 290 Sophomore St. Louis, Mo. Hazelwood West HS

At Washburn: Will compete for time at tackle on the offensive line after playing in four games as a redshirt freshman at guard. In 2010: Named the Ichabods’ work team offensive player of the week for practice prior to the game at Truman … appeared in four games. In 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Named best offensive lineman two seasons … earned all-conference, all-metro and all-state honors on the offensive line … also received the Hawk Award for the highest bowling series in the St. Louis metro area recording a 300 game. Personal: Born Oct. 20, 1990 … son of Stanley and Annette Travis … majoring in business management.


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Outside Linebacker 5-11 • 193 Sophomore Berkeley, Mo. McCluer South HS

At Washburn: Enters the fall as one of two No. 2 outside linebackers … has played in 11 career games making seven tackles. In 2010: Played in 11 games recording seven stops with three solo tackles … had a career-high two tackles against Nebraska-Omaha with two solo stops. In 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the Ichabods’ work team defensive player of the week prior to the Colorado Mines game. Background: Named all-metro (St. Louis) and all-state at linebacker … an all-conference selection on both offensive and running back as well as linebacker … a four-time state qualifier in track taking a second place finish. Personal: Born Feb. 5, 1991 … son of Laval and Marie Vail … undecided on major

Williams’ Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2010 11-0 3 4 7 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 Totals 11-0 3 4 7 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0

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In Memoriam: Passed away on June 11, 2011 prior to the start of the season. In 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the Ichabod’s work team defensive player of the week for practice prior to the game with Abilene Christian. Background: At Rockwood Summit High School, he recorded 60 tackles on defense while collecting 41 catches for 360 yards and three touchdowns as a wide receiver earning first team allleague honors. Personal: Born July 14, 1992 … son of William and Nina Fray … undecided on major.

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Walker’s Game Highs Tackles: 4, at Emporia State, Nov 07, 2009 (4-0) Tackles for loss: 1.0, at Emporia State, Nov 07, 2009 (1-0) Pass breakups: 1, at Missouri State, Sep 04, 2008

At Washburn: Returns to a starting inside tackle position on the defensive line where he has played in 31 career games with 22 consecutive starts recording 66 tackles with 4.0 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks. In 2010: Started all 12 games at defensive tackle recording 19 tackles with 13 solo stops and 4.0 tackles for loss for 22 yards … also added 2.5 sacks for 19 lost yards … blocked a 38-yard field goal attempt on the season’s opening drive at Colorado Mines … named the Ichabods’ defensive lineman of the week for the game with the Orediggers … recorded a season-high four tackles against Colorado Mines and Missouri Western. In 2009: Started all 11 games at defensive tackle recording 34 total tackles with 12 solo stops and one tackles for loss for 14 yards … had a career-high seven tackles against Pittsburg State on Oct. 17 … blocked a field goal attempt against Central Missouri. In 2008: Played in eight games making two starts recording 13 total tackles with five solo stops … also had 1.5 tackles for loss for 12 yards and 1.5 sacks for 12 yards … had a then career-high five total tackles in his first career start against Northwest Missouri … named the Ichabods’ defensive lineman of the week after the Emporia State game. In 2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt … earned the Ichabod defensive work team player of the week for practice leading up to the Truman game. 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 … majoring in physical education.

Williams’ Game Highs Tackles: 7, Pittsburg State, Oct 17, 2009 (2-5) Sacks: 1.0, at Colorado Mines, Aug 28, 2010 (1-0); at Missouri Southern, Oct 04, 2008 (1-0) Tackles for loss: 1.0, at Colorado Mines, Aug 28, 2010 (1-0); at Missouri Southern, Oct 04, 2008 (1-0); at Missouri Western, Sep 19, 2009 (0-0) Pass breakups: 1, at NW Missouri State, Oct 24, 2009 Blocked kicks: 1, at Colorado Mines, Aug 28, 2010 ; Central Missouri, Sep 26, 2009

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Defensive Tackle 6-2 • 302 Senior Raytown, Mo. Raytown South HS

GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 8-2 5 8 13 0 1.5/12 1.5/12 0 0 0 11-11 12 22 34 1 1.0/2 0.0/0 0 0 0 12-12 13 6 19 0 1.5/8 1.0/7 0 0 0 31-25 30 36 66 1 4.0/22 2.5/19 0 0 0

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At Washburn: Made the move from defensive end to tight end in the spring after missing the 2010 season with an injury. In 2010: Missed the season with an injury receiving a medical redshirt. In 2009: Appeared in 10 games recording 10 tackles with five solo and five assisted tackles … also had a tackle for loss for two yards against Emporia State on Nov. 7 … had a career-high four solo tackles against the Hornets. In 2008: Played in three games recording two tackles both coming against Missouri State. In 2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Named to honorable mention all-state teams of the Topeka Capital-Journal, Wichita Eagle and the 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 … majoring in physical education.

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Tight End 6-3 • 263 Junior Paola, Kan. Paola HS

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Linebacker 6-1 • 235 Freshman Silver Lake, Kan. Silver Lake HS

Background: Named the maxpreps.com 3A Defensive Player of the Year as well as the Kpreps.com Player of the Year as a senior after recording 165 tackles and 13 sacks along with seven rushing touchdowns for the 3A state champion Eagles … also named first team all-Mid-East league and all-class 3A as well as second team all-state top 11 … named first team all-Mid-East league as a junior … a sophomore letterman. Personal: Born March 9, 1993 … son of Richard Boyd and Sherry Werner … undecided on anticipated major.

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Buhler Quarterback 6-2 • 180 Freshman Rossville, Kan. Rossville HS

Background: Named all-state 3A top 11 offensive as well as all-league at quarterback and defensive back … passed for 2,649 yards and 31 touchdowns and rushing for 393 yards and five more scores … also had 26 tackles as a defensive back … averaged 34.9 yards per punt … as a junior he was named all-league and all-state honorable mention at quarterback after passing for 2,766 yards and 29 touchdowns completing 66 percent of his passes … also a first team all-league pick in basketball and an all-state 3A selection as well … earned all-state honorable mention honors as a placekicker as sophomore and first team all-league honors in basketball … four-time academic all-league pick. Personal: Born Nov. 19, 1992 … son of Steve and Shelly Buhler … older brother Matt plays basketball at Fort Hays State … anticipated major is business.

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5-8 • 165 Freshman Tonganoxie, Kan. Tonganoxie HS

Background: Started at quarterback as a freshman finishing second in the 800m at the state track meet … as a sophomore he earned honorable mention all-league and all-area at running back … was part of the state champion 4x100 relay team … as a junior he was an all-area first team pick and honorable mention allleague at quarterback rushing for 1,159 yards and 17 touchdowns. Personal: Born July 9, 1992 … son of Jamie and Val Carlisle … undecided on major.

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Background: Named the team’s MVP as a senior for the conference champion Crusaders … an all-county and all-conference pick on both offense and defense … also a member of the indoor state relay championship team and team captain in both football and track … as a junior he was an all-conference pick in both track and football … a member of the state champion football and track teams … an all-American member of the 4x200 relay team and a member of the state championship football team … named MVP as a playing both quarterback and defensive back. Personal: Born Oct. 6, 1992 … son of Thomas and Sandra Coulbourn … anticipated major is political science.

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Crimmins Wide Receiver 6-3 • 180 Freshman Topeka, Kan. Shawnee Heights HS

Background: Made 38 catches for 550 yards as a senior with one touchdown … earned honorable mention all-state honors as a senior at defensive back … also named all-city defense as well … will also play baseball for Washburn. Personal: Son of Scott and Laurie Crimmins … undecided on major.

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Linebacker 6-0 • 170 Freshman San Antonio, Texas Johnson HS

Background: An all-district honorable mention pick as a senior at linebacker … earned all-state honorable mention all-academic team … a two-year member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Born March 18, 1993 … son of Jason and Cristin Dell … anticipated major is exercise physiology.

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Wide Receiver 5-9 • 170 Freshman Silver Lake, Kan. Silver Lake HS

Background: A member of the class 3A state championship team earning all-league honors at wide receiver and defensive back as well as all-state honors in the defensive secondary … recorded 39 catches for 724 yards and 11 touchdowns averaging 18.6 yards per catch … recorded 48 tackles and five interceptions and a fumble recovery with seven pass break ups … also averaged 24.9 yards on nine punt returns and 34.4 yards on five kickoff returns … an all-league defensive back and special teams selection as a junior earning all-state honors at wide receiver … a state medalist in track as a sophomore and freshman. Personal: Born May 26, 1992 … son of Ed Dewey and Ronda Pegram … anticipated major is nursing.

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Eickhoff Offensive Line 6-0 • 242 Freshman Parkville, Mo. Park Hill South HS

Background: As a senior he was a first team all-league pick and a second team all-state pick at offensive line … and an honorable mention all-league and all-metro at defensive line … finished fifth in the state wrestling tournament earning first team allleague honors … named all-American in wrestling as a junior and honorable mention all-league at offensive line. Personal: Born Sept. 15, 1992 … son of Doug and Tammy Eickhoff … anticipated major is kinesiology.


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Cameron Defensive End 6-3 • 210 Freshman Oklahoma City, Okla. Midwest City HS

Background: Named the defensive end of the year as well as earning all-league and all-district honors as a senior after recording 70 tackles, seven quarterback sacks and eight tackles for loss … added 14 quarterback hurries. Personal: Born on Oct. 2, 1992 … son of Charmetres Roland … anticipated major is graphic design.

6-2 • 190 Freshman Riley, Kan. Riley County HS

Background: Named first team all-state class 3A at defensive back for the Falcons … also named all-league in football as a senior … as a junior he was all-league, and all-state honorable mention as a junior as well as winning the class 3A state triple jump championship … was named all-league catcher his freshman and sophomore seasons. Personal: Born Sept. 11, 1992 … son of Penny Kenney … anticipated major is business.

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Background: Earned all-conference honors breaking the Vikings’ career and season extra point records after going 48 of 48 during the season connecting on 155 in his career as a fouryear starter … also averaged 39.4 yards per punt and 56.3 yards per kickoff … earned all-conference and all-metro honors after hitting nine field goals nailing 41 of 43 PAT’s as well as 9 field goals including a long of 47 as a junior … named all-conference as a sophomore … as a freshman broke a school single-season record for most extra points in a game. Personal: Born on May 2, 1993 … son of Dan and Jane Hummert … anticipated major is forensic chemical science.

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Punter/ Placekicker 6-2 • 175 Freshman St. Louis, Mo. Parkway North HS

Background: Ranked No. 12 overall prospect in Missouri … named to St. Louis American Newspaper’s All-American team … also earned first team all-metro honors as well as being named the most valuable player on the Vikings’ team … named a Max Emfinger High School All-American and second team all-Surburban honors … as a junior at Godby High School in Tallahassee, Fla., he was a first team all-league pick and a second team all-league pick as a sophomore. Personal: Born Oct. 13, 1991 … son of Montae Jones, Sr. and Kerah McNichols and James McNichols … anticipated major is criminal justice.

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Background: As a junior he set school records for passing yards (1874), completions (150), and touchdowns (16) … rushed for 189 yards and four touchdowns … named 2nd team all-centennial league at quarterback and honorable mention all-state class 5A … also named first team all-city and all-Centennial League in baseball as catcher … as a senior year he threw for 1,780 yards and eight touchdowns while rushing for 601 yards and eight touchdowns … named Top-11 in the city and first team selection on the all-Centennial League team as well as honorable mention all state class 5A … in baseball he was named the player of the year for the city of Topeka and was also Centennial league player of the year with first team all state class 5A honors. Personal: Born June 16, 1993 … son of Bryan and Jan Gauntt … undecided on major.

Background: Named first team all-city linebacker and first team all-state linebacker selection by prepskc.com … a second team all-city pick as a junior. Personal: Son of Glenn and Evelyn Jackson … undecided on anticipated major.

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Background: Named first team all-city, all-state class 6A by the Kansas Football Coaches Association along with Vype Magazine’s Top 30 after recording 80 tackles, five sacks and three tackles for loss capping his senior season with a state championship and a 13-0 record in Yager Stadium … named first team allcity and honorable mention allstate as a junior after recording 93 tackles … started six games as a sophomore recording 43 tackles. Personal: Born on May 8, 1992 … son of Michael and Shalonda Haynes … father played basketball at Southern Illinois and grandfather played football at Wichita State … anticipated major is mass media.

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Background: As a junior he was named first team all-league and honorable mention all-city at tight end … earned first team all-Centennial league honors as well as All-City Top 11 and honorable mention all-state honors after catching 16 passes for 202 yards. Personal: Born Sept. 6, 1992 … son of Jerry and Christine Kottman … undecided on anticipated major.

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Krasnican Linebacker 6-1 • 225 Freshman Rainier, Wash. Rainier

Background: Background: A four-year varsity letterwinner … named defensive most valuable player and all-league after recording 118 total tackles … a distinguished scholasitc achievement award winner … as a senior he was named team captain and team MVP as well as all-league after recording 100 total tackles with nine sacks. Personal: Born March 8, 1993 … son of Bob Krasnican and Maria Carruth … majoring in criminal justice.

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Leupold Running Back 5-10 • 180 Freshman Hiawatha, Kan. Hiawatha HS

Background: Set 10 high school rushing records after running for 5,043 career yards with 69 career touchdowns scoring 422 points … was a three-time first team all-league selection and a three-time honorable mention all-state running back … also named first team all-state as a kick returner and a defensive back … in track he was the 4A regional long jump champion as well as the 100m, 200m and long jump champion … a two-star recruit by Rivals.com. Personal: Born Dec. 2, 1992 … son of John and Megan Leupold … undecided on anticipated major.

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Jeremy Placekicker 6-2 • 180 Junior Abilene, Kan. Abilene HS Hutchinson Community College

Background: Named first team all-Kansas Jayhawk Conference and first team all-region at placekicker after scoring 70 points hitting 55 of 57 extra point attempts and 5 of 10 field goal attempts with a season-long 41-yard make … also averaged 59.9 yards per kickoff with 10 touchbacks … at Abilene High School, he earned honorable mention all-state honors at kicker while hitting 24 of 26 PAT’s as a senior including a 54-yard field goal … a Kansas Scholar who also played tennis finishing ninth in doubles as a senior and 10th as a junior.

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Michael Offensive Lineman 6-2 • 260 Redshirt Freshman Lawrence, Kan. Free State HS Nebraska-Omaha

Background: A transfer from Nebraska-Omaha as a freshman … was a first team all-state, all-metro and all-league selection as both a junior and a senior … also lettered in baseball … a member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Born April 23, 1991 … son of Diana and Bob Lisher … majoring in business.

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Offensive Lineman 6-4 • 285 Freshman Topeka, Kan. Washburn Rural HS

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Background: Named first team all-league, all-region and allstate after recording 85 total tackles with 35 solo stops, 18 tackles for loss and three sacks … named second team all-conference and all-region … recorded 55 tackles with 13 sacks as a junior … named defensive scout player of the year as a sophomore and led the team as a freshman in solo tackles. Personal: Born Dec. 29, 1992 … son of Troy Penny and Shirley Phillips … anticipated major is marketing/accounting.

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Background: Named the Tigers’ special teams player of the year as a senior as well as the district’s 6A-3 special teams player of the year … a four-time player of the week selection by various media outlets … averaged 15.3 yards per catch and three touchdowns on 12 receptions … also rushed for 110 yards on 30 carries and recorded 22 tackles with a fumble recovery … as a junior he was named Norman’s special teams player of the year and KREF Radio special teams player of the year earning player of the week honors once. Personal: Born Sept. 2, 1992 … son of Kevin and Christi Chesley … anticipated major is education.

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Offensive Lineman 6-6 • 265 Freshman Kansas City, Mo. Turner HS

Background: Named first team all-league offensive lineman and second team all-league on the defensive line as a senior also earning first team all-state offensive line honors … a second allleague pick on both offensive and defensive lines as a junior … selected second team all-league defensive line as a sophomore. Personal: Born Oct. 23, 1992 … high school coach was Allan Ferrell … son of Bill and Debbie Rhodes … anticipated major is sports management.

Background: He rushed for 900 yards earning all-city top 11 honors as a senior … named all-city defense at linebacker as well as Topeka’s defensive player of the year … a class 4A all-state selection by the Kansas Football Coaches Association at linebacker … named to the 2011 Kansas Shrine Bowl … as a junior he was an all-city pick as well as an all-city top 11 selection along with all-state honors … named the Wildcats’ defensive player of the year and team mvp. Personal: Son of Terry and Mary Stueber … undecided on major.

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Wide Receiver 6-1 • 220 Junior Arvada, Colo. Arvada West HS Air Force Prep Arizona

Background: Was a recruited walk on during the spring of 2008 at Arizona after joining the Wildcats from Air Force Prep … named a Fab 50 running back prior to senior season at Arvada West … earned honorable mention all-state honors as a senior. Personal: Born Aug. 24, 1988 … son of Billy and Angie Salum … his uncle Donnie Salum played for the Atlanta Falcons … majoring in business.

Background: He led St. Louis area high schools with 1,510 rushing yards on 287 attempts averaging 5.3 yards per carry scoring 15 touchdowns, which was second in the St. Louis area … also averaged 12.2 yards per reception on 13 catches for 159 yards … led the area with 1,669 total yards and was third in the area averaging 22.3 yards per kickoff return on 13 attempts … on defense he tied for the area lead in fumble recoveries after recording 96 total tackles with 75 solo stops … named all-state at running back and was an all-league pick at running back and linebacker … named Clayton’s player of the year. Personal: Born Feb. 9, 1993 … son of Don Stewart and Kelley Tubbs … anticipated major is business.

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Background: Named all-league as a senior after recording 58 tackles with four tackles for loss, two sacks, four forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries … as a junior he was an all-league pick with 71 tackles including seven tackles for loss with six sacks, three forced fumbles and a fumble recovery. Personal: Born May 8, 1993 … son of Chris and Stacy Hensler-Stone … anticipated major is music.

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Williams Quarterback 6-0 • 170 Freshman Chapman, Kan. Chapman HS

Background: As a senior he was named first team all-league on offense and defense after passing for 1,619 yards with 354 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns … an all-state honorable mention pick at quarterback and linebacker … as a junior he was a first team all-league pick on offense and an honorable mention selection on defense after recording 151 tackles … named to all-county team as a junior … a first team all-league pick in baseball … a member of the National Honor Society and senior class president. Personal: Born April 14, 1992 … son of Trevor and Tina Williams … a pre-engineering major … his father played football at Kansas Wesleyan.


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Background: Named first team all-league at both quarterback and safety as a senior after passing for 1,043 yards and 11 touchdowns playing eight games at quarterback … also had 64 carries for 394 yards and seven touchdowns … at safety he recorded 52 solo tackles and 89 total tackles with two interceptions … also named first team all-league as a punter and to the Kansas Football Coaches Association first team as a defensive back … as a junior he was a unanimous all-league defensive back and wide receiver after recording 21 catches for 327 yards and two touchdowns … named all-state defensive back after recording 99 total tackles with 59 solo stops and five interceptions … named firs team all-league and all-state in basketball as a junior … as a sophomore he recorded 88 total tackles with two interceptions … a four-year member of the honor roll. Personal: Born Feb. 17, 1993 … son of Dale and Ginger Wooten … undecided on major

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2009 Dennis DeVader Austin Flohrschutz Darion Hillman

2003 Trevor Hamilton Zach Hemmerling Matt Koehn A.J. Patterson Jarod Tetuan 2002 Chris McCann Jim Holland Cory Tinklin 2000 Joe Corcoran Jake Lawrence Bo Kobuszewski

1997 Dan Wilson Cody Snyder 1996 Chris Gleisberg

1984 Troy Slusser Joe Witham 1983 Scott Holloman 1982 Jim Collins

1994 Joe Busby Keith Newbery

1978 Fred Palensky

1993 Joe Schartz

1976 Steve Guilfoyle

1992 Beau Caryl Michael Dritlein Robert Goeden 1991 Floyd Johnson 1989 Kevin Cummings 1988 Doug Terry 1987 Matt Marple

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2004 Eric Eisenbarth Jacob Krause Kyle Kruger Brent Meter Steve Schuster

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The 2011 Washburn Ichabod roster features 48 homegrown Kansans. In each of his eight seasons as the Ichabods’ head coach, Craig Schurig has put a premium on recruiting the best players in Kansas.

“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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2011 Kansans No. Name Hometown 4 Donnie Lockhart Topeka 5 Tyrell Brown Topeka 6 Marty Pfannenstiel Silver Lake 8 Cameron Kasel Wichita 9 Dane Simoneau Salina 10 Mitch Buhler Rossville 11 Nathan Horn Topeka 13 Bryce Atagi Shawnee 16 Calvin Kenney Riley 19 Casey Curran Leawood 24 Mark Fancher Shawnee 25 Brit Dewey Silver Lake 28 Shay Wooten Salina 31 Camron Leupold Hiawatha 33 Andrew Lichter Topeka 37 Connor Crimmins Topeka 38 Jordan Nelson Manhattan 42 Tyler Lutz Topeka 43 Mark Kolmer Emporia 45 Jeremy Linn Abilene 48 Jeremy Boyd Silver Lake 49 Devon Haynes Wichita 50 Trent Snyder Sabetha 53 Aaron Jackson Wichita 54 Kyle Duncan Topeka 55 Michael Lisher Lawrence 56 Tyler Ewy Louisburg 59 Beau Bissitt Holton 60 Luke Yoder Silver Lake 61 Victor Butler Leavenworth 62 Darion Hillman Kansas City 63 Nathan Haug Seneca 70 Jordon McCallister Junction City 74 Dylan Ready Topeka 80 Ben Muiller Lawrence 81 Jeremy Edwards Wellington 83 Matt Kobbeman Topeka 86 Dillon Brickei Topeka 87 Adam Luthi Holton 89 Corey Walker Paola 96 Jacob Kottman Topeka Jeremy Carlisle Tonganoxie David Gauntt Topeka Evan Schuffleberger Topeka Alec Steuber Topeka Ethan Trammel Silver Lake Chad Williams Chapman


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The Schurig File Year at WU: Tenth Birthdate: March 2, 1965 Wife: Louisa Children: Samantha, Mitchell, Michael College: Colorado Mines, 1987 Coaching Experience 2002-11 • WU (head coach/quarterbacks); 1996-2001 • Pittsburg State (defensive backs/punt team); 1993-95 • Pittsburg State (tight ends); 1992 • Colorado Mines (running backs) Playing Experience 1983-86 • Colorado Mines (defensive back)

In nine seasons as the Ichabods’ head coach, Craig Schurig has built one of the most respected programs in the MIAA with two NCAA playoff appearances and the 2005 MIAA title coming on the heel’s of a 2007 and 2009 runner-up finish in the conference race. He has completed a 62-41 record at Washburn, which ranks second in all-time wins on the Ichabod football coaching chart. Through his first nine seasons in addition to two NCAA playoffs and a conference title, Schurig has led the Washburn football program to the 2004 Mineral Water Bowl championship and the 2010 Kanza Bowl Championship. The 2010 season saw the Ichabods go 8-4 with the Kanza Bowl appearance in front of a Topeka crowd topping a No. 24-ranked Midwestern State team. During the 2009 campaign, Schurig led the Ichabods to their sixth straight winning season, something which had not been done in the program’s history, finishing with an 8-3 overall record and a second place MIAA finish with a 6-3 mark. In 2008, the season was the fifth-straight winning campaign for the Ichabods and the first five-year run of winning seasons since the 1903-07 seasons. In 2007, the Ichabods made their second NCAA playoff appearance with an 8-4 overall record and a 7-2 MIAA mark placing second in the conference. Following the 2006 season, the Ichabods recorded a 7-4 record securing their third straight winning season for the first time since the 1986 to 1988 campaigns. Schurig earned the 2005 MIAA’s Coach of the Year for his efforts leading the Ichabods that season in which Washburn won its first conference championship since the 1983 season. He was also named the AFCA’s Region 3 Coach

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Overall MIAA W L Pct. W 3 8 .272 3 5 6 .454 3 8 4 .667 6 9 3 .750 7 7 4 .636 6 8 4 .750 7 6 5 .545 4 8 3 .727 6 8 4 .750 6 62 41 .601 42

L Pct. Finish 6 .333 6th 6 .333 6th 3 .667 3rd 1 .875 1st 3 .667 4th 2 .778 2nd 5 .444 6th 3 .667 2nd 3 .667 3rd 29 .592

Highlights Snapped 11-game losing streak to Emporia State Beat FHSU in 1st game in renovated Yager Stadium Mineral Water Bowl Champions MIAA Champs/NCAA Second Round Playoffs Third straight winning season Second NCAA Playoff appearance Beat Football Subdivision team Missouri State Wrapped up sixth-straight winning season Kanza Bowl Champions

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of the Year. Washburn finished the 2005 season with a school-record nine wins and a 7-1 mark in conference 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. In his nine seasons at Washburn, the Ichabods have had 10 different players earn 32 different All-American accolades, two MIAA Most Valuable Defensive Players, four MIAA Freshman of the Year awards and 107 players receive all-MIAA honors. He has been equally on task with players in the classroom with 130 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. In the summer of 2009, the Ichabods moved into a renovated football locker room and a state-of-the-art strength and conditioning center in a renovated Whiting Fieldhouse as part of a $7 million project. 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. Prior to joining Washburn, Schurig spent nine seasons on the Pittsburg State coaching staff, where he was a part of an NCAA national 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 before 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 secondteam 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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Year by Year Results Under Schurig 2002 • Record: 3-8-0 (3-6/7th - MIAA) S7 Wis-LaCrosse L 17-31 S14 at Fort Hays State L 29-37 S21 #3 Pittsburg State L 14-47 S28 at Missouri Southern L 28-52 O5 #6 Northwest Missouri L 13-48 O12 at Truman W 26-21 O19 at #8 Central Missouri L 21-55 O26 Missouri Western(HC) L2OT 28-34 N2 #16 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) S6 at Langston W 28-0 S13 Fort Hays State W 28-4 S20 at #24 Emporia State LOT 28-35 S27 Truman State L 6-12 O4 at Northwest Missouri L 14-45 O11 #5 Pittsburg State L 10-37 O18 at Southwest Baptist W 41-37 O25 Missouri-Rolla (HC) W 49-24 N1 #13 Central Missouri L 28-49 N8 at Missouri Western L 14-30 N15 Missouri Southern W 38-35 284-308 2004 • Record: 8-4-0 (6-3/3rd - MIAA) 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 #5 Northwest Missouri L 21-49 O2 at #3 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

2005 • Record: 9-3-0 (7-1/1st - MIAA) MIAA Champions • NCAA Playoffs A27 at #14 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 #4 Pittsburg State WOT 35-34 O8 at #5 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 #21 Northwest Missouri L 32-42 430-329 2006 • Record: 7-4-0 (6-3/4th - MIAA) S2 Colorado Mines W 41-21 S9 at Western Washington L 13-16 S16 at #19 Central Missouri W 14-10 S23 at Fort Hays State W 37-7 S30 Southwest Baptist W 56-23 O7 at #11 Pittsburg State L 14-29 O14 #2 Northwest Missouri L 26-31 O21 at Truman L 7-21 O28 Emporia State (HC) W 37-6 N4 at Missouri Southern W 14-13 N11 #11 Missouri Western W 16-3 275-180 2007 • Record: 8-4-0 (7-2/2nd - MIAA) NCAA Playoffs A25 #5 Chadron State L 24-34 S1 at Colorado Mines W 27-7 S15 Fort Hays State W 28-10 S22 Central Missouri L 14-28 S29 at Missouri Western W 31-24 O06 Missouri Southern W 26-20 O13 at Emporia State W 31-21 O20 Truman (HC) W 71-35 O27 at #7 Northwest Missouri L 27-28 N3 #18 Pittsburg State W 35-28 N10 at Southwest Baptist W 37-14 *NCAA First Round Playoffs - Canyon, Texas N17 at #4 West Texas A&M L 39-40 390-289

2008 • Record: 6-5-0 (4-5/6th - MIAA) A28 Colorado Mines W S4 at Missouri State W *S13 at Fort Hays State L *S20 at #20 Central Missouri L *S27 Missouri Western W *O4 at Missouri Southern W *O11 Emporia State (HC) W *O18 at Truman W *O25 #3 Northwest Missouri L *N1 at #12 Pittsburg State L *N8 Nebraska-Omaha L 2009 A29 S4 S12 S19 S26 O3 O10 O17 O24 O31 N7

• Record: 8-3-0 (6-3/2nd - MIAA) at Colorado Mines W New Mexico Highlands W Missouri Southern W at Missouri Western L #11 Central Missouri W Fort Hays State W at Nebraska-Omaha L Pittsburg State W at #4 Northwest Missouri Lot Truman (HC) W at Emporia State W

2010 • Record: 8-4-0 (6-3/3rd - MIAA) A28 at Colorado Mines W S4 #6 Abilene Christian L S18 #11 Missouri Western L S25 at #21 Central Missouri L O2 at Fort Hays State W O9 Nebraska-Omaha W O16 at Pittsburg State W2ot O23 #5 Northwest Missouri (HC) L O30 at Truman W N6 Emporia State W N13 at Missouri Southern W Kanza Bowl - Topeka, Kan. D4 vs #24 Midwestern State W

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Schurig vs All Opponents Opponent Abilene Christian Central Missouri Central Washington Chadron State Colorado Mines Emporia State Fort Hays State Langston Midwestern State Missouri-Rolla Missouri Southern Missouri State Missouri Western Nebraska-Omaha New Mexico Highlands Northern State Northwest Missouri Pittsburg State Southwest Baptist Truman Western Washington West Texas A&M Wisconsin-LaCrosse Totals

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Home 0-1 2-2 0-0 0-1 2-1 5-0 3-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 4-0 0-0 3-2 1-1 1-0 0-0 0-6 3-2 2-0 3-1 1-0 0-0 0-1 32-18

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Cooper Harris is in his tenth season on the Ichabod coaching staff where he coaches the Ichabod safeties while leading the Washburn defense and the team’s defensive coordinator. At Washburn he has coached six of the top 10 tacklers in Ichabod history as well as two All-American linebackers in Grant Gould and Zach Watkins, seven all-region picks and 17 all-MIAA selections including Watkins, the 2006 MIAA Freshman of the Year and 2009 MIAA and Southwest Regional Defensive Player of the Year. During the 2008 season, the Ichabods led the MIAA and were fourth in the country in net punting while finishing fourth in the nation in 2009. In 2007, his punt team led the nation in net yardage with a 38.2 punting average. The team also finished second in the nation after allowing 2.61 yards per return. Prior to joining the Ichabods, Harris spent one season as a graduate assistant for the 2001 NCAA Division II Champion North Dakota Fighting Sioux. In 2000, H a r r i s served as d e f e n s i ve coordinator at William Aberhart High School in Calgary, Alberta. He helped coach the team to a city championship. Harris played in the Canadian Football L e a g u e from 19952000 for Toronto and Hamilton. He was a linebacker, special teams captain a n d special

teams MVP in 1998 for The Harris File Hamilton and was a member of Year at WU: Tenth upcoming two Grey Cup champion teams Birthdate: Oct. 15, 1970 in Hamilton and Toronto. Wife: Summer A native of Calgary, Children: Piper Alberta, Harris graduated from College: Pittsburg State, 1995 Pittsburg State in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in physi- Coaching Experience cal education. Harris has also 2002-10 • WU (Defensive coordinafinished his master’s degree tor/linebackers/special teams coord.); in sports psychology from the 2001-02 • North Dakota GA (Tight Ends) ; 2000-01 • Aberhart High University of North Dakota. School (defensive coord.) Harris played for the Playing Experience Gorillas from 1992-1994, earn- 1991-92 • Independence ing second team all-conference Community College; 1992-94 honors in 1993 and first team • Pittsburg State; 1995-2000 • all-conference honors in 1994. Canadian Football League As a senior, Harris was a team captain and most valuable defensive player two times at linebacker. At 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 NCAA College Football Hall of Fame. Cooper and his wife Summer, Washburn’s marketing and ticket coordinator, live in Topeka with their daughter Piper.

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Rob Robinson is in his 10th season on the Ichabod coaching staff and in 2009 he added the offensive coordinator to his duties. He will direct Washburn’s running backs for the fourth year after spending the previous five seasons as the wide receivers coach. He also will coordinate the kickoff return team. At Washburn, Robinson has had five players receive various allregion selections and 16 players who have received all-MIAA honors at either wide receiver, running back, fullback or on kickoff returns. In his first season as the Ichabod running backs coach, Robinson guided Ra’Shawn Mosley to the Washburn all-time rushing crown as he finished with 1,199 yards, four shy of the Ichabod single-season record. The Ichabods notched the third-highest single-season total in school history with 2,351 yards on 495 carries with 29 touchdowns. Ichabod Brandon Walker earned second team all-MIAA honors and Mosley finished as an honorable mention all-conference pick. In the kickoff return game, the Ichabods’ Cary Williams finished 10th in the nation averaging 28.6 yards including a 100-yard return against Missouri Southern. Williams was a first team all-MIAA returner. While coaching the Ichabod wide receivers, Robinson has coached four of the top seven receivers in school history including two all-MIAA selections, an all-region receiver as well as Sam

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Sissom, the No. 4 receiver all-time in the MIAA and Washburn’s career leader in receiving yards and receptions. In 2004, he coached Sissom to become only the third Washburn receiver to go over the 1,000-yard mark as the Ichabods broke the school record for most passing yards in a season. 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 and his wife Jessica have two sons, Tabor and Beckett and one daughter, Grier.

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Year at WU: Tenth upcoming Birthdate: Sept. 25, 1977 Wife: Jessica Children: Tabor, Beckett, Grier College: William Jewell, 2000

Coaching Experience 2010 • WU (co-offensive coordinator/running backs/recruiting coordinator); 2007-09 • WU (running backs/recruiting coordinator); 200206 • WU (wide receivers/recruiting coordinator); 2001-02 • Pittsburg State (defensive backs) Playing Experience 1997-2000 • William Jewell (fullback)


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David Trupp, C.S.C.S., is in his tenth season on the coaching staff and his first as the Ichabods’ tight end coach after spending the previous nine as as the Ichabods’ defensive line coach. He will continue his role as the strength and conditioning coordinator. He also coaches the kickoff team. Trupp has also attained his Level 1, Olympic Certification training. Trupp has been instrumental in the designing the Capitol Federal Savings Strength and Condition Center inside Whiting Fieldhouse. While at Washburn, he has coached 13 defensive linemen who have received all-MIAA honors and three all-region honorees and four all-American picks including Trey Lewis, the 2006 MIAA Defensive Player of the Year and 2007 sixth round draft choice by the Atlanta Falcons. Trupp’s 2006 and 2005 defensive lines helped the Ichabods reach the top 10

in sacks for the two respecThe Trupp File tive seasons and the 2005 and Year at WU: Tenth upcoming 2007 defensive lines pushed the Birthdate: Feb. 26, 1968 Washburn defense to two of the Children: Connor and Keira top three tackles for loss totals College: Baker, 1991 in school history. Trupp spent the 2001 sea- Coaching Experience son as the defensive coordina- 2002-10 • WU (defensive line/ tor and offensive line coach at strength & conditioning); 2001-02 Monett (Mo.) High School. • Monett High School (defensive From 1996 to December coordinator); 1996-98 • Pittsburg 1998, Trupp was the defensive State (DL/strength & conditiontackle coach and an off-sea- ing) son strength and conditioning Playing Experience supervisor while completing his 1990 • Baker (linebacker); 1986-87 • Nebraska (linebacker) master’s degree at Pitt State. Trupp received his teaching certificate in 1992 from Washburn after completing his bachelor of science 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 has two children - a son Connor and one daughter, Keira.

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Eric Eisenbarth Offensive Line Coach

Eric Eisenbarth will be in his second season as a full-time assistant after spending the three previous seasons as a graduate assistant on the Ichabod coaching staff entering the 2011 season. The Holton, Kan., native was a a second team AllAmerican selection and a first team All-MIAA pick as a senior in 2007 on the offensive line. At Washburn Eisenbarth played on offensive lines which piled up two of the top six single season rushing outputs in school history and three of the top four rushing touchdown totals under Craig Schurig. Eisenbarth started his Ichabod career during the 2004 season originally as a defensive lineman where he played in eight games as a true freshman recording 10 tackles including two tackles for loss and two sacks. His sophomore season he played on both sides of the line make four starts at right tackles on offense and recorded 12 tackles. As a junior, he moved to left guard on the offensive line and was named the Ichabods’ offensive lineman of the week three times earning honorable mention all-MIAA honors as a junior on the offensive line. His senior season, Eisenbarth helped to anchor an offensive line which set Schurig-era records for singleseason rushing yards with 2,351 (which was the thirdbest in school history) while rushing for 4.8 yards per carry and 196 yards per game on the ground earning en route to first team all-MIAA and second team All-American honors. Overall he played in 47 games at Washburn as the Ichabods were 32-15 making two NCAA playoff appearances and winning the MIAA championship in 2005. At Holton High School, Eisenbarth 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 as well as a first team all-county offensive and defensive line selection as a junior and senior. He was a first team allstate 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 and he was a third team all-state pick on the defensive line by the Capital Journal as a senior winning the 2003 4A championship for the Wildcats. He wrapped up his prep career playing in the 2004 Kansas Shrine Bowl. Eisenbarth graduated from Washburn in 2008 with a criminal justice degree and he is pursuing his master’s degree in criminal justice.

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Coaching Experience 2010-pr • Washburn (defensive line/recruiting coordinator) 2009-10 •Northwood (running backs /defensive lines); 2006-08 • Washburn (linebackers)

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Brock Luke joined the Washburn Ichabod coaching staff on Jan. 17, 2011 returning to Washburn after serving three seasons at Northwood University. Luke will coach the defensive line along with coordinating the special teams units while leading the Ichabods’ recruiting efforts. Prior to working at Northwood he spent the 2006-08 seasons at Washburn as a graduate assistant coach obtaining his master’s degree in Administration. He received his undergraduate from Clarion College in 2005. In his three seasons on the Northwood coaching staff, he coached the running backs for one season and the defensive line in his final two seasons at Northwood. In 2009 he coached two all-Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletics Conference selections and in 2010 one defensive lineman was named all-conference. Luke graduated 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 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 live in Topeka.

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Year at WU: First upcoming Birthdate: Oct. 11, 1982 Wife: Stephanie Children: None College: Clarion, 2005

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Year at WU: Second upcoming Birthdate: Aug. 22, 1985 College: Washburn, 2008

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Josh Osborn is in his first season as a full-time assistant after spending the previous two as a graduate assistant coach working with wide receivers. He spent his first three Coaching Experience 2011 • WU (Wide Receivers) seasons as a volunteer assistant at Washburn working with 2005-10 • WU (Volunteer and Graduate quarterbacks. Osborn will coach the wide receivers while Assistant - Wide Receivers and Quarterbacks) assisting with game planning and film breakdown. Playing Experience In 2010, he helped coach Joe Hastings to a school 2002-04 • Highland Community College record 1,546 yards and 87 receptions snapping - Quarterback records which were more than 20 years old. Hastings was an All-American pick for the Ichabods. Overall Osborn has helped two Ichabod wide receivers garner all-MIAA honors and three quarterbacks receive all-MIAA honors. Osborn played quarterback at Highland Community College for two seasons graduating in 2004. He enrolled at Washburn in the fall of 2005. The Topeka native was a two-year starter at quarterback for Topeka High. Osborn graduated in 2009 with his degree in history. Osborn is currently pursuing his master’s degree in administration.

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Corey Schultz Graduate Assistant - Defensive Line

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Corey Schultz is in his first season as a graduate assistant for the Ichabods after spending the 2010 season as a graduate assistant at Emporia State. Schultz will work with the defensive line. As a player at Ottawa, Schultz was a two-time all-conference pick and earned AFCA AllAmerican honors at wide receiver after collecting 1,535 receiving yards averaging 139.5 yards per game which was second in all NAIA Division I. Prior to joining the Braves, Schultz was an all-conference and All-American selection at Dodge City Community College. Schultz spent the 2007-08 season as a member of the Kansas State football program. Schultz played his prep ball at Hayden High School in Topeka winning a state championship in 2004 with a perfect 14-0 record. He graduated from Ottawa in May, 2010 with a degree in physical education.

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Former Kansas State quarterback Jeff Schwinn returns to the collegiate game after a coaching stint in the high school ranks including his most previous position as head football coach at Chapman High School for the past three seasons. Coach Schwinn now enters his first season with the Ichabods working with the linebackers. At Kansas State, Schwinn tallied two touchdowns through the air and three rushing touchdowns as a five-year member of the Wildcats’ squad, which won the 2003 Big 12 Championship. He was awarded the Paul Coffman Award before his senior season while earning the Jim Kleinau Award for loyalty, hard work and commitment, as well as two Red Raider Awards for top contributor to the scout teams. He was also a member of the Big 12 Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll. At McLouth High School he was an all-state quarterback and free safety, earning first team all-area at both positions as well. He led the state in passing as a sophomore, fourth as a senior and ninth as a junior. He graduated from K-State with an education degree and is now pursuing his master’s degree in Educational Leadership. He lives in Auburn, Kan., with his wife Alisha and their two sons Brody and Brixton.

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A five-year standout and threeyear starter at Texas Tech where he played in four consecutive Bowl games for the Red Raiders. He started six games as a senior recording 18 tackles with 11 solo stops with an interception and five pass break ups. As a junior he recorded his first career interception against Texas and picked up a fumble and returned it 31 yards for a touchdown against Kansas. He had 10 tackles during the 2008 season as a sophomore and played in 13 games as a redshirt freshman after sitting out the 2006 season. At Midwest High School he was a high school All-American second team pick with 64 tackles and six interceptions on defense with 29 catches for 789 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior. He graduated from Texas Tech with a business degree and is the son of Charles and Linda Neal. He is current Ichabod Vershon Moore’s cousin.

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Ty Lewis is in his first as a graduate assistant at Washburn after spending the previous five years on the offensive line for the Ichabods. Lewis started the final 32 games of his Washburn career playing in 40 games total at both center, guard and tackle on the Ichabod line. Lewis was a second team all-conference pick his junior and senior seasons anchoring an offensive line which helped the Ichabods finish 18th in the nation in passing offense at 293 yards per game and 14th in total offense at 455 yards per game. The Ichabod offensive line also only surrendered 13 sacks this season, which is 13th in the nation his senior season. He was a threetime MIAA Academic Honor Roll member and earned CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Second Team all-district honors as a junior. He will graduate in December.

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Frank Crosson Volunteer Assistant - Linebackers

Frank Crosson is in his seventh season as a volunteer assistant at Washburn. He will work with the free safeties this season after spending the previous six seasons as the tight end coach. 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 26 years, Karin, have two children - Matt a Notre Dame graduate and Caroline who graduated from Benedictine.

Travis Brown Volunteer Assistant - Punters/Placekickers

Travis Brown is in his fourth season as a volunteer assistant for the Ichabods. Brown earned third team all-Big 12 punting honors as a senior following the 2002 season at Kansas State, where he graduated in 2003 with a degree in secondary education. He was a fiveyear member of the Wildcats’ team going to four bowl games. He is a 1998 graduate of Shawnee Mission West High School.

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Fielding Brenner is in his first season as a volunteer assistant for the Ichabods after wrapping up his playing career at Ottawa. He was a three-time All-KCAC selection for the Braves. In his four years as a starting linebacker, Brenner played in 43 games, had 347 tackles, seven sacks, 11 pass breakups, eight interceptions, and scored three touchdowns. He finishes his career as the all-time career leader in tackles (347), is second (111) and tied for third (95) in single season tackles. He graduated from Ottawa in December 2010 with dual degrees in business and accounting.

T.D. Hicks

The Reverend 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 seventh season working with the Washburn University football team. Rev. Hicks and his wife Joan have a son, DeAndre Tyrel and a daughter Tracee. He graduated from Central Theological Seminary in May, 2010 and he was named the Outstanding Graduate.

Washburn Assistant Coaches 1961-present Bill Bachman 1983-84 Keith Herlting 1983-84 Josh Osborn Dennis Bean 1974-78 Jake Hunter 2001 Dale Perine Duke Benz 1967-68 Clay Johnson 1971-77 Todd Rundle Travis Boulware 1985-86 Bob Jones 1965 Phil Ramsey Chris Brown 2002-10 Jack Keelan 1962 Rob Robinson Dennis Caryl 1985-89 B.D. Kennedy 1991-2001 Mike Rutherford Jack Clanton 1966-68 Gary Kershner 1964 Tim Saylor Mark Clark 1982 Brian Kramer 1985 Mike Schartz Bill Danenhauer 1985-89 Brock Luke 2011-pr Leon Shelinbarger Charlie Dieker 1983-90 Keita Malloy 2001 Norman Short Dave DiMaggio 1983-85, 1989 Marion McDonald 1962-63 Ralph Smith Eric Eisenbarth 2010-pr Mike McGraw 1979-81, 1984 Jim Steele Larry Elliott 1966-73, 1983-84 Jerry McMillan 1990 John Strollo Mark Elliott 1985 Brian Miller 2002-09 Scott Swofford Ray Glaze 1962 Dale Neely 1962-63 Terry Szucs Cooper Harris 2002-pr Bob Noblitt 1969-70 Fred Thompson John Harting 1963 David Noblitt 1971-74 Rodger Tiesing Ron Heck 1964-65 Rance Olison 1983-84 David Trupp

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Game 1 • Sept. 1, 2011 • 6 p.m. • Bob Young Field • Sioux Falls, S.D.

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Name: University of Sioux Falls Location: Sioux Falls, S.D. Founded: 1883 Enrollment: 1200 Affiliation: NCAA DII (provisional year) Conference: None (NSIC member beginning 2012-2013) Nickname: Cougars Colors: White, Purple and Black President: Dr. Mark Benedetto Director of Athletics: Willie Sanchez Stadium: USF Sanford Complex (5,400) Playing Surface: Artificial Surface

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Jed Stugart (Azusa Pacific, 1994) Record at USF: 13-1, 2nd season Career Record: 39-7, fifth season Office Phone: 605-331-6685 Assistant Head Coach/Special Teams Coor./ Def. Backs Coach: Robert Tucker Defensive Coordinator: Jon Anderson Offensive Coordinator: Ryan Grubb Offensive Line Coach: Casey Meile Defensive Line Coach: Jared Schwanz Kickers/Punters: Al Hansen Linebackers: Isaiah Jackson Running Backs: Lee Marks Tight Ends/Recruiting: Zach Dickson Wide Receivers: Dusty Hovorka

Panther Outlook

2010 Record: 13-1 GPAC Record/Place: 10-0/1st Postseason: NAIA Championship game Final Ranking: 2nd Basic Offense: Pro Basic Defense: 3-4 Returning Starters: 9 Taylor Klein (TE), Corey DeBey (OL), Jared Vlotho (OL), Casey Peters (OL), Eric Anderson (LB), Nick Bonte (LB), Brandon Andersen (LB), Angelo Pree (CB), Braden Wieking (P/K) Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. Tyler Ollerich 34 23 4 283 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Jordan Taylor 116 535 4.6 5 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Mike Hicks 36 377 10.5 2 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks Eric Anderson 48 33 81 5.0

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2010 Results (13-1, 10-0 GPAC)

Sept. 4 at Northwestern W 41-24 Sept. 11 at Midland Lutheran W 37-7 Sept. 18 Doane W 66-13 Sept. 25 at Hastings W 34-10 Oct. 2 Nebraska-Wesleyan W 44-0 Oct. 9 at Briar Cliff W 66-21 Oct. 16 Morningside W 28-3 Oct. 23 Dakota Wesleyan W 63-3 Nov. 6 at Dordt W 49-0 No.v 13 Concordia W 44-7 Nov. 20 #Northwestern Okla. W 33-14 Nov. 27 #McKendree W 27-7 Dec. 4 #MidAmerica Nazarene W 38-0 Dec. 18 ##vs Carroll L 7-10 #NAIA National Playoffs ##NAIA National Championship Game

Series Information Series Record: First Meeting Streaks: n/a First Meeting: n/a Last Meeting: n/a Last WU win: n/a Last USF win: n/a Largest WU win: n/a Largest USF win: n/a

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Contact: Dennis Gamble E-Mail: Dennis.Gamble@usiouxfalls.edu Office Phone: 605-331-6695 Fax: 605-331-6792 Athletics Website: usfcougars.com Overnight Address: Stewart Center, 1101 W 22nd St., Sioux Falls, S.D. 57105

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Bod Bits

• Game will mark the fourth time in 10 years and the second straight the Ichabods will start on the road under head coach Craig Schurig. • USF has won three of the last four NAIA National Championships and they are in progress to move the NCAA Division II and will join the Northern Sun Conference full-time in 2012 • The Panthers will take on fellow MIAA foe Northwest Missouri the week following the game with the Ichabods.

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Game 2 • Sept. 8, 2011 • 6 p.m. • Yager Stadium • Topeka, Kan. • MIAA TV Game of the Week

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Passing none Rushing No. Nick Daniels 113 Receiving No. None Defense Solo O’Hara Fluellen 27

Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. 516 4.6 4 46.9 Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Ast Total Sacks TFL 18 45 0.0 2.0

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Series Record: WU leads 3-0 Streaks: Washburn has won the last three First Meeting: WU 9-0 (9/30/89) in Topeka Last Meeting: WU 31-20 (9/8/01) in Topeka Last WU win: 31-20 (9/8/01) in Topeka Last LU win: n/a Largest WU win: 63-21 (9/9/01) in Jefferson City Largest LU win: n/a

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Football Contact: Brian Kortz Email: kortzb@lincolnu.edu Office Phone: (573) 681-5343 Home Phone: (970) 946-6326 SID Fax: (573) 681-5324 Internet Address: lubluetigers.com Overnight Address: 103 Jason Hall 820 Chestnut Street Jefferson City, MO 65101

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Head Coach: Mike Jones (Missouri, 1991) Record at LU: First year Overall Record: same Best time to reach Jones: Mornings

2010 Record: 2-9 Postseason: None Final Ranking: None Basic Offense: Spread Basic Defense: 4-3 Returning Starters: 11 Defense (4) DB/PR/KR O’ Hara Fluellen, LB Johnny Beautelus, LB Devin Mack, CB Donte Carter Offense (6) RB/WR Morris Henderson, RB/ WR Maurice Woodard, RB Nick Daniels, OL Allen Grant, WR Gordon Everett, TE Cecil Frison Special Teams (2) K Josh Blanton, DB/PR/ KR O’ Hara Fluellen Lettermen Returning: 25 Lettermen Lost: 30

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Name: Lincoln (MO) University Location: Jefferson City, MO Founded: 1866 Enrollement: 3,300 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: MIAA Nickname: Blue Tigers Colors: Navy and White President: Dr. Carolyn Mahoney Director of Athletics: Betty Kemna Stadium: Dwight T. Reed (6,000) Playing Surface: Natural Grasss

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Missouri Southern Lions Game 3 • Sept. 17, 2011 • 6 p.m. • Hughes Stadium • Joplin, Mo.

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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. Bruce Speck Athletics Director: Jared Bruggeman Stadium: Fred G. Hughes Stadium Playing Surface: Sprint Turf

Lion Outlook

2010 Record: 4-7 MIAA Record/Place: 2-7/8th Postseason: none Final Ranking: none Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: 4-3 Returning Starters: 19 Offense (6): Collin Howard, QB; Ne’Ronte Threatt, WR; Steven Sumpter, RB; Austin Head Coach: Bart Tatum Lepper, TE; Bryant Newell, OL; Ian Saxton, (Austin College, 1991) OL; Abdul Dione, OL; Ethan Powell, OL Record at MSSU: Defense (5): Richard Williams, LB; Alex 22-32 (5 years) Wong, LB; Brandon Williams, DL; Maurice Overall Record: Pearl, DL; Kenny Smith, DL Same Special Teams (4): Kellen Cox, Holder/Ret.; Best time to reach TaNe’Ronte Threatt, Ret.; Brian Borgard, LS; tum: Mornings Dallas Herndon, K Football Office Phone: Lettermen Returning: 47 (417) 625-9358 Lettermen Lost: 20 Assistant Coaches: Matt Barrrett (Offensive Coordinator/QuarterTop Returnees backs Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. TD Mike Mutz (Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Collin Howard 308 167 14 2196 11 Backs) Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. John Tatum (Running Backs) Steve Sumpter 51 364 7.0 4 71.0 Tom Howe (Defensive Ends) Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Lamart Barrett (Wide Receivers) Ne’Ronte Threat 59 763 12.9 4 69.4 Gary Bass (Offensive Line) Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks TFL Atiba Bradley (Linebackers) Kenny Smith 22 29 51 3.0 13.5

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Football Contact: Justin Maskus Email: maskus-j@mssu.edu Office Phone: (417) 625-9359 Cell Phone: (417) 437-4513 SID Fax: (417) 625-9397 Press Box Phone: (417) 659-4384 Internet Address: www.mssulions.com Overnight Address: 3950 E. Newman Rd. Joplin, Mo. 64801

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Minn. St. Moorhead Lincoln (Mo.) at Emporia St.* at Neb.-Omaha* at Pittsburg St.* Northwest Missouri* at Truman* Missouri Western* Central Missouri* at Fort Hays State* Washburn*

W 30-0 W 38-7 L 27-30 L 10-42 L 24-21 L 21-49 L 6-23 W 23-6 L 21-34 W 41-31 L 7-23

2010 Results (4-7, 2-7 MIAA)

Series Information

Series Record: Series tied 20-20-1 Streak: WU has won the last eight First Meeting: Tie, 21-21 (10/17/1970) in Joplin Last Meeting: WU 23-7 (11/13/10) in Joplin Last WU win: 23-7 (11/13/10) in Joplin Last MSSU win: 52-28 (9/28/2002) in Joplin Largest WU win: 54-31 (9/12/09) in Topeka Largest MSSU win: 44-14 (10/3/1992) in Joplin

Last 10 Meetings

for complete series history, turn to page 72

S22 2001 S28 2002 N15 2003 N6 2004 O29 2005 N4 2006 O6 2007 O4 2008 S12 2009 N13 2010

W 29-28 L 28-52 W 38-35 W 58-43 W 49-35 W 14-13 W 26-20 W 23-0 W 54-31 W 23-7

Bod Bits

Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin

• The Ichabods have won the last eight in the series • Washburn has won the last six meetings in Topeka • Washburn has not lost in Joplin since a 52-28 loss on Sept. 28, 2002

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2011 Schedule

General Information

W 36-3 W 81-14 W 36-33 W 42-25 L 0-42 W 29-7 L 21-43 L 6-23 W 42-14 W 16-14 W 48-21 L 24-28

Series Information

Series Record: MWSU leads 21-16-2 Streak: MWSU has won the last two First Meeting: WU 58-3 (9/16/72) in Topeka Last Meeting: MWSU 36-33 (9/18/10) in Topeka Last WU win: 21-17 (9/27/08) in Topeka Last MWSU win: 36-33 (9/18/10) in Topeka 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 72

O20 2001 O26 2002 N8 2003 O30 2004 N5 2005 N11 2006 S29 2007 S27 2008 S19 2009 S18 2010

L L2OT L W LOT W W W L L

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

• The last four games have been decided by a combined 17 points

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Bod Bits

6-27 28-34 14-30 30-23 21-28 16-3 31-24 21-17 34-37 33-36

history

Football Contact: Trevor Berneking Email: tberneking@missouriwestern.edu 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

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TD 2 Ypg. 58.7 Ypg. 32.3 TFL -

Sept. 2 Mesa State Sept. 9 Lincoln Sept. 18 at Washburn Sept. 25 Pittsburg State Oct. 2 at Northwest Missouri Oct. 9 Truman Oct. 16 at Central Missouri Oct. 23 at Missouri Southern Oct. 30 Emporia State Nov. 6 at Nebraska-Omaha Nov. 13 Fort Hays State Nov. 20 ^at Northwest Missouri ^NCAA Playoffs

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Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. Travis Partridge 23 11 1 145 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Michael Hill 172 704 4.1 3 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Adam Clausen 31 388 12.5 4 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks Jack Long 50 25 75 -

2010 Results (8-3, 6-3 MIAA)

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tridge: Mornings Football Office Phone: (816) 271-4499 Assistant Coaches: Tyler Fenwick Offensive Coordinator/QB’s) Regi Trotter (Defensive Coordinator/Secondary) Todd Throckmorton (Offensive Line) Wes Bell (Defensive Line) Aaron Bell (Wide Receivers) Mike Burton (Running Backs) Chris Eads (Linebackers) Jay White (Special Teams)

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Head Coach: Jerry Partridge (Missouri Western, 1985) Record at MWSU: 103-59 (14 years) Overall Record: same Best time to reach Par-

2010 Record: 8-4 MIAA Record/Place: 6-3/T3rd Postseason: NCAA 1st Round Final Ranking: 24th (AFCA)/21st (d2football) Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: 4-3 Returning Starters: 17 Colt Schulte - OL, Brian Chiles - OL, Macon Allan - OL, Kyle Hoyt - OL, Michael Hill - RB, Terrell Downing - WR, Adam Clausen - WR, TJ Fannin - WR, David Fowler - TE, David Bass - DE, John Brown - DT, Ben Pister - DE, Tom Madget - LB, Shane Simpson - SS, Jack Long - FS, Tyson Liston - LS, John Schmiemeier Lettermen Returning: 43 Lettermen Lost: 14

Pittsburg State Central Missouri Langston at Washburn at Missouri Southern Lincoln at Emporia State Truman at Southwest Baptist Northwest Missouri at Fort Hays State

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Coaching Staff

Griffon Outlook

Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

players

Name: Missouri Western State University Location: St. Joseph, Mo. Founded: 1969 Enrollment: 6,134 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: MIAA Nickname: Griffons Colors: Black and gold President: Dr. Robert Vartabedian Athletics Director: Dave Williams Stadium: Spratt Memorial Playing Surface: Prograss

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emporia state hornets

Game 5 • Oct. 1, 2011 • 1 p.m. • Welch Stadium • Emporia, Kan.

2011 Schedule

General Information

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. H. Edward Flentje (interim) Athletics Director: Kent Weiser Stadium: Welch Stadium Playing Surface: Super Turf

Hornet Outlook

2010 Record: 5-6 MIAA Record/Place: 3-6/6th Postseason: none Final Ranking: none Basic Offense: Spread Basic Defense: 4-3 Returning Starters: 19 Offense (5): Tyler Eckenrode, QB; Adrian Abner, RB; Shjuan Richardson, WR; Ben Head Coach: Garin HigMcKaig, OL; Jordan Godberson, OL; Lance gins (Emporia State, Uhles, OL; 1992) Defense (5): Josh Taylor, S; Wayne Burgess, Record at ESU: 14-29 CB; Derek Lohmann, S; Kennedy Ezimako, (4 years) DE Overall Record: Lettermen Returning: 49 (23 Off / 24 Def / 2 ST) 65-38 (10 years) Lettermen Lost: 14 (7 Off / 6 Def / 1 ST) Best time to reach Higgins: Mornings Top Returnees Football Office Phone: (620) 341-5504 Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. TD Assistant Coaches: Tyler Eckenrode 191 91 8 1,158 12 Bryce Saia (Assoc. Head Coach/Def. . Coord./ Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. LB) Adrian Abner 96 399 4.2 2 36.3 Matt Walter (Off. Coord./OL/Strength & Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Conditioning) Shjuan Richardson 28 558 19.9 5 50.7 Matt Martin (Wide Receivers/Special Teams) Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks TFL Oscar Rodriguez (Def. Back/Recruiting CoorMatt Rosenhamer 32 27 59 1.0 4.5 dinator) Mike LoPorto (Defensive Line) Jason Grove (Defensive Line) Corey Schultz (Tight Ends) Pat Doherty (Defensive Line) Eric Burrow (Corners/Football Ops) Justin Wieser (Running Backs) Nathan Linsey (Linebackers)

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Sports Information

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

Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

at Fort Hays State 7 p.m. at Pittsburg State 7 p.m. Central Missouri 1 p.m. Langston 1 p.m. Washburn 1 p.m. Missouri Southern 1 p.m. Missouri Western 1 p.m. at Lincoln 2 p.m. Truman 1 p.m. at Southwest Baptist 1:30 p.m. at Northwest Missouri 1 p.m.

Aug. 26 Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6

Southwestern Okla. W 27-7 Missouri S & T W 23-7 at Central Missouri L 13-31 Missouri Southern W 30-27 Fort Hays State W 19-6 at Nebraska-Omaha L 17-42 Pittsburg State W 17-14 at Northwest Missouri L 28-42 Truman L 34-37 at Missouri Western L 14-42 at Washburn L 0-42

2010 Results (5-6, 3-6 MIAA)

Series Information

Series Record: ESU leads 51-50-6 Streak: WU has won the last seven First Meeting: ESU 11, WU 0 (1899) Last Meeting: WU 42-0 (11/6/10) in Topeka Last WU win: 42-0 (11/6/10) in Topeka Last ESU win: 35-28 ot (9/20/2003) in Emporia Largest WU win: 42-0 (11/6/10) in Topeka Largest ESU win: 45-6 (1928)

Last 10 Meetings

for complete series history, turn to page 72

O27 2001 N2 2002 S20 2003 S11 2004 O22 2005 O28 2006 O13 2007 O11 2008 N7 2009 N6 2010

L W LOT W W W W W W W

Bod Bits

19-38 34-21 28-35 28-10 42-14 37-6 31-21 14-6 56-35 42-0

Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka Emporia Topeka

• Washburn has won the last seven • An Ichabod win would tie the all-time series 5151-6 after 108 all-time games • The series is the most-played series in NCAA Division II • Last season’s 42-0 win was the largest margin of victory in the series by either school

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truman bulldogs

Game 6 • Oct. 8, 2011 • 2 p.m. • Stokes Stadium • Kirksville, Mo. • MIAA TV Game of the Week

2011 Schedule

General Information

W 23-13 W 33-30 L 9-34 L 10-44 L 14-38 L 7-29 W 23-6 W 37-34 L 12-45 L 14-17 L 61-62

Series Information

Series Record: TSU leads 18-10 Streaks: WU has won the last four First Meeting: TSU 26, WU 13 (1958) Last Meeting: WU 45-12 (10/30/10) in Kirksville Last WU win: 45-12 (10/30/10) in Kirksville 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 72 L W L W W L W W W W

Bod Bits

• Washburn has won seven of the last 10 games and the last four • The Ichabods are making back-to-back to trips to Kirksville for the first time in school history in consecutive years. • Head coach Craig Schuri’s first collegiate coaching win came at Truman in a 26-21 win on Oct. 12, 2002.

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Topeka Kirksville Topeka Kirksville Topeka Kirksville Topeka Kirksville Topeka Kirksville

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Defensive Back Michael Elliott

26-27 26-21 6-12 62-0 21-14 7-21 71-35 31-17 37-7 45-12

history

O6 2001 O12 2002 S27 2003 S18 2004 O15 2005 O21 2006 O20 2007 O18 2008 O31 2009 O30 2010

records

Football Contact: Kevin White Email: kwhite@truman.edu Office Phone: (660) 785-4276 SID Cell: (660) 341-9227 Press Box Phone: (660) 785-4276 Internet Address: gobulldogs.truman.edu Overnight Address: 100 E. Normal Kirk Building 215; Kirksville, Mo. 635014221

TD 0 Ypg. 35.4 Ypg. 54.8 TFL 1.5

at St. Joseph’s Southwest Baptist at Fort Hays State Northwest Missouri Central Missouri at Missouri Western Missouri Southern at Emporia State Washburn at Pittsburg State Nebraska-Omaha

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Sports Information

Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. Conrad Schottel 36 13 2 125 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Harnish Ayora 112 354 3.2 6 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Dallas Grier 33 548 16.6 3 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks Michael Elliott 50 41 91 1.0

Aug. 28 Sept. 4 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13

2010 Results (4-7, 2-7 MIAA)

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(660) 785-4549 Assistant Coaches: Jay Davis (Offensive Coordinator) Kellen Nesbitt (Defensive Coordinato)r Jed Paulsen (Offensive Line/Strength) Andy Ball (Defensive Line/Recruiting) Thomas Kearney (Assistant Head Coach/Wide Receivers/Recruting) Troy Williams (Defensive Backs/Strength) John Thomas (Running Backs)

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

opponents

Head Coach: Greg Nesbitt (Truman, 1980) Record at TSU: 4-7 (1 season) Overall Record: same Best time to reach Nesbitt: Mornings Football Office Phone:

2010 Record: 4-7 MIAA Record/Place: 2-7/T8th Postseason: none Final Ranking: none Basic Offense: Pro Set Basic Defense: 4-2 Returning Starters: 15 Offense (6): Harnish Ayora RB; Dallas Grier WR; Andy Mundwiller WR; Caleb Roberts TE; Aaron Tjarks OL; Dan Tweeton OL Defense (7): Patrick Blackwell DE; Terrence Byrd DB; Michael Elliott DB; Harold Lloyd DL; Tremaine Millender DB; Adam Reynolds LB; Richie Schumacher LB Special Teams (6): Greg Eagle LS; Derek Koon PK; Eric Phillips P; Tremaine Millender KR; Andy Mundwiller PR; Brian Rosser PK Lettermen Returning: 53 (21 Off / 28 Def / 4 ST) Lettermen Lost: 13 (7 Off / 6 Def / 0 ST)

Northwest Missouri Fort Hays State Pittbsurg State at Central Missouri at McKendree Washburn Missouri Southern at Missouri Western at Emporia State Lincoln at Southwest Baptist

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Bulldog Outlook

Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

players

Name: Truman State University Location: Kirkville, Mo. Founded: 1867 Enrollment: 6,000 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: MIAA Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Purple and white President: Dr. Barbara Dixon Athletics Director: Jerry Wollmering Stadium: Stokes Stadium Playing Surface: Astro Turf Game Day 3D


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central oklahoma bronchos

Game 7 • Oct. 15, 2011 • 1 p.m. • Yager Stadium • Topeka, Kan. • Hall of Fame/Family Day Game

2011 Schedule

General Information Name: University of Central Oklahoma Location: Edmond, Okla. Founded: 1890 Enrollment: 17,101 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: Independent Nickname: Bronchos Colors: Bronze & Blue President: TBA Athletics Director: Joe Muller Stadium: Wantland Stadium Playing Surface: Artificial

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Tracy Holland (Northern Colorado, 1978) Record at UCO: 13-20 (3 years) Overall Record: same Best time to reach Holland: Mornings Football Office Phone: (405) 974-2514 Assistant Coaches: Steve Patterson, Chase Harp, Tyler Caid, Buzz Edwards, Patrick Kenedy, Andrew Warwick.

Sports Information

Football Contact: Mike Kirk Email: mkirk@uco.edu Office Phone: (405) 974-2142 SID Fax: (405) 974-3820 Press Box Phone: (405) 974-3174 Internet Address: www.bronchosports.com Overnight Address: 100 North University Drive; Edmond, Okla., 73034

Broncho Outlook

2010 Record: 2-9 LSC Record/Place: 2-8/T13th Postseason: none Final Ranking: none Basic Offense: Spread Basic Defense: 3-4 Returning Starters: 14 Offense (8): OL Cody Hughes; OL Justin Pruitt; OL Dominick Gilbert-Phillips; RB Josh Birmingham; QB Ethan Sharp; WR Tucker Holland; WR Dolphin Davis; TE Bryce Davis Defense (6): LB Tucker Cason; NG Herbert Byrd; LB Turner Troup; SS Keno Meadows; CB Creadell Pennon; DE Sam Moses Lettermen Returning: 33 (14 Off / 17 Def / 2 ST) Lettermen Lost: 21 (9 Off / 12 Def / 0 ST) Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. TD Danny Medina 26 16 0 113 0 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Josh Birmingham 243 1,250 5.1 18 113.6 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Tucker Holland 47 564 12.0 6 51.3 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks TFL Tucker Cason 34 57 91 3.0 8.5

at North Alabama 7 p.m. at Southeastern Okla. 6 p.m. at Angelo State 2 p.m. at Southwestern Okla. State 6 p.m. East Central 2 p.m. at California Polytechnic 6:05 p.m. at Washburn 1 p.m. Fort Hays State 2 p.m. Black Hills State 6 p.m. Northeastern State 2 p.m. Lindenwood 2 p.m.

Aug. 28 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13

Pittsburg State L 20-31 Tarleton State W 37-21 at Incarnate Word L 21-42 Midwestern State L 24-30 East Central W 31-28 at Eastern New Mexico L 31-49 Southeastern Oklahoma L 55-56 at Northeastern State L 28-39 Texas A&M-Commerce L 30-31 at Southwestern Okla. L 24-31 at Angelo State L 35-49

2010 Results (2-9, 1-5 LSC)

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

Last 10 Meetings

for complete series history, turn to page 72

first meeting

• The meeting will be the first on the football team between the two schools • Central Oklahoma will be playing an independent schedule this year before joining the MIAA starting in 2012

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Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 27 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

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northwest missouri bearcats Game 8 • Oct. 22, 2011 • 2 p.m. • Bearcat Stadium • Maryville, Mo.

2011 Schedule

General Information

Series Information

Last 10 Meetings

records

Series Record: NWMSU leads 25-6 Streak: NWMSU has won the last six First Meeting: NWMSU 7, WU 6 (1940) Last Meeting: NWMSU 41-40 (10/23/10) in Topeka Last WU win: 31-28 (10/8/05) in Maryville Last NWMSU win: 41-40 (10/23/10) in Topeka Largest WU win: 48-14 (10/8/1994) in Topeka Largest NWMSU win: 47-0 (9/8/1984) in Maryville

the miaa

Football Contact: Phillip Dowden SID Fax: (660) 562-1582 Cell Phone: (417) 300-5248 Email: sid@nwmissouri.edu Office Phone: (660) 562-1118 Press Box Phone: (660) 562-1072 Internet Address: www.northwestbearcats.com Overnight Address: Lamkin Activity Center; 800 University Drive; Maryville, Mo. 64468

TD 0 Ypg. 43.5 Ypg. 93.6 TFL 6.5

2010 Results (12-2, 9-0 MIAA)

Sept. 2 Texas A&M-Kingsville L 7-16 Sept. 18 at Nebraska-Omaha W 58-23 Sept. 25 at Truman W 44-10 Oct. 2 Missouri Western W 42-0 Oct. 9 at Missouri Southern W 49-21 Oct. 16 Emporia State W 42-28 Oct. 23 at Washburn W 41-40 Oct. 30 Fort Hays State W 45-27 Nov. 6 at Central Missouri W 17-16 Nov. 13 vs. Pittsburg State W 22-16 Nov. 20 ^Missouri Western W 28-24 Nov. 27 ^at Texas A&M-Kingsville W 35-31 Dec. 4 ^Central Missouri W 37-20 Dec. 11 ^at Minnesota-Duluth L 13-17 ^NCAA Playoffs

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Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. Blake Christopher 6 4 1 19 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Jordan Simons 148 609 4.1 8 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Jake Soy 83 1311 15.8 12 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks Chad Kilgore 46 85 131 3.0

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

opponents

Head Coach: Adam Dorrel (Northwest Missouri, 1997) Record at NWMSU: First Season Overall Record: Same Best time to reach Dorrel: Mornings Football Office Phone: (660) 562-1311 Assistant Coaches: Charlie Flohr (Quarterbacks) Richard Wright (Defensive Coordinator) Joel Osborn (Wide Receivers) Ken Gordon (Special Teams/Secondary) Chad Bostwick (Linebackers)

2010 Record: 12-2 MIAA Record/Place: 9-0/1st Postseason: NCAA Semifinals Final Ranking: 3rd (AFCA) / 3 (D2football.com) Basic Offense: Pro I Basic Defense: 4-3 Returning Starters: 17 Offense (7) OL Cody Johnson, OL CJ Keeney, TE Kyle Kilgore, WR Tyler Shaw, RB Jordan Simmons, WR Jake Soy, OL Rod Williams Defense (2): LB Chad Kilgore, DL Josh Lorenson Special Teams (3): PK Todd Adolf, KR Tyler Shaw, PR/KR Jordan Simmons

Truman Sioux Falls at Lincoln Fort Hays State vs Pittsburg State at Central Missouri Eastern New Mexico Washburn at Missouri Southern at Missouri Western Emporia State

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Bearcat Outlook

Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

players

Name: Northwest Missouri State Location: Maryville, Mo. Founded: 1905 Enrollment: 7,076 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: MIAA Nickname: Bearcats Colors: Forest green and white President: Dr. John Jasinski Athletics Director: Wren Baker Stadium: Bearcat Stadium Playing Surface: Field Turf

for complete series history, turn to page 72

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Topeka Maryville Topeka Maryville Topeka Topeka Maryville Topeka Maryville Topeka

• Washburn will be NWMSU’s homecoming game for the second straight trip to Maryville

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13-48 14-45 21-49 31-28 32-42 26-31 27-28 21-24 19-22 40-41

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Fort Hays State Tigers

Game 9 • Oct. 29, 2011 • 1 p.m. • Yager Stadium • Topeka, Kan. • Homecoming 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

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Chris Brown (Pittsburg State, 1996) Record at FHSU: first season Overall Record: same Best time to reach Brown: Mornings Football Office Phone: (785) 628-4399 Assistant Coaches: Al McCray (Asst. Head Coach, Wide Receivers) Justin Schreiber (Offensive Coordinator) Dion Meneley (Defensive Coordinator) Justin Iske (Offensive Line) Zach Watkins (Inside Linebackers) Chris Randolph (Running Backs) Mike Hecht (Outside Linebackers) Ryan Kelly (Cornerbacks)

RECORDS

Sports Information

Tiger Outlook

2010 Record: 3-8 MIAA Record/Place: 1-8/10th Postseason: none Final Ranking: none Basic Offense: Pro Style Basic Defense: 4-2-5 Returning Starters: 11 Offense (4): OL - Lamar Leon; OL - Casey Sorrell; OL - Josh Reese; OL - John “Hawk” Rouse Defense (5): LB - Alex Whitehill; LB - Nick Dreitz; LB - Brock Einspahr; DB - Korey Allison; DB - Tim Parker Specialists (2): P - Ethan Kosjer; K - Tyler Kimbrough Lettermen Returning: 30 (13 Off / 14 Def / 3 ST) Lettermen Lost: 28 (14 Off / 14 Def / 0 ST) Top Returnees Att Cmp Int Yds. TD

Passing None Rushing No. Ricky Jacques 42 Receiving No. Ricky Jacques 9 Defense Solo Alex Whitehill 56

Yds. Avg. TD 154 3.7 0 Yds. Avg. TD 75 8.3 0 Ast Total Sacks 58 114 0.5

Football Contact: Ryan Prickett Email: rpricket@fhsu.edu Office Phone: (785) 628-5903 Cell Phone: (785) 635-0434 SID Fax: (785) 628-4383 Press Box Phone: (785) 628-5800/5316 Internet Address: www.fhsuathletics.com Overnight Address: 600 Park Street Hays, Kansas 67601

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Ypg. 15.4 Ypg. 7.5 TFL 5.5

Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

Emporia State at Truman Southwest Baptist at Northwest Missouri at Lincoln Pittsburg State Central Missouri at Central Oklahoma at Washburn Missouri Southern Missouri Western

Aug. 28 Sep. 4 Sep. 18 Sep. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13

Western State W 45-20 East Central W 45-23 Truman W 34-9 at Emporia State L 6-19 Washburn L 27-38 Central Missouri L 27-30 at Nebraska-Omaha L 29-41 Pittsburg State L 21-38 at Northwest Missouri L 27-45 Missouri Southern L 31-41 at Missouri Western L 21-48

Series Information

Series Record: WU leads 39-23-3 Streak: WU has won the last two First Meeting: WU 7-6 in 1919 Last Meeting: WU 38-27 (10/2/10) in Hays Last WU win: 38-27 (10/2/10) in Hays Last FHSU win: 17-7 (9/13/08) 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

for complete series history, turn to page 72 W L W L W W W L W W

Bod Bits

Linebacker Alex Whitehill

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2010 Results (3-8, 1-8 MIAA)

S13 1997 S12 1998 S11 1999 S14 2002 S13 2003 S23 2006 S15 2007 S13 2008 O3 2009 O2 2010

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General Information

31-14 12-24 17-14 29-37 28-4 37-7 28-10 7-17 28-14 38-27

Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays Topeka Hays

• Washburn has won the last two and five of the last six meetings • New Fort Hays State head coach Chris Brown was an assistant at Washburn as the defensive coordinator for nine years • The FHSU coaching staff has three coaches who either played (Zach Watkins) or coached ( Justin Schreiber and Dion Meneley) at Washburn


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Game 10 • Nov. 5, 2011 • 2 p.m. • Carnie Smith Stadium • Pittsburg, Kan.

2011 Schedule

General Information

Series Record: PSU leads 60-22-1 Streak: WU won the last two First Meeting: WU 7, PSU 0 (1920) Last Meeting: WU 35-34 ot (10/16/10) Last WU win: 35-34 ot (10/16/10) Last PSU win: 48-17 (11/1/08) in Pittsburg Largest WU win: 55-3 (10/17/09) in Topeka Largest PSU win: 61-0 (10/28/1989) in Pittsburg

Last 10 Meetings

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• Washburn has won the last two and four of the last six • Washburn has won the last three games played in Topeka • Washburn is making its first back to back trips to Pittsburg since the 2000 and 2001 seasons

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S15 2001 S21 2002 O11 2003 O2 2004 O1 2005 O10 2006 N3 2007 N1 2008 O17 2009 O16 2010

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Football Contact: Dan Wilkes Email: dwilkes@pittstate.edu Office Phone: (620) 235-4147 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

TD 6 Ypg. 75.1 Ypg. 31.9 TFL 20.5

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Sports Information

Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. Zac Dickey 188 91 4 992 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Zac Dickey 144 901 6.3 7 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD John Thomas 25 351 14.0 1 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks Nate Dreiling 73 87 160 1.5

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(620) 235-4662 Assistant Coaches: Steve Rampy (Offensive Coordinator) David Wiemers (Defensive Coordinator) Lance Cullen (Defensive Backs) Ryan Hellwig (Defensive Line) John Pierce (Running Backs) Carl Roth (Linebackers) Steve Wells (Offensive Line)

2010 Results (6-6, 3-6 MIAA)

Aug. 28 at Central Oklahoma W 31-20 Sept. 4 Chadron State W 14-3 Sept. 18 Central Missouri L 20-37 Sept. 25 at Missouri Western L 25-42 Oct. 2 Missouri Southern W 24-21 Oct. 9 at Emporia State L 14-17 Oct. 16 Washburn Lot 34-35 Oct. 23 at Fort Hays State W 38-21 Oct. 30 Nebraska-Omaha L 27-48 Nov. 6 Truman W 17-14 Nov. 13 vs. Northwest Missouri L 16-22 Dec. 4 @vs. Concordia-St. Paul W 13-9 @Mineral Water Bowl - Excelsior Springs, Mo.

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Head Coach: Tim Beck (Pittsburg State, 1988) Record at PSU: 6-6, 2nd year Overall Record: same Best time to reach Beck: Mornings Football Office Phone:

2010 Record: 6-6 MIAA Record/Place: 3-6/T6th Postseason: Mineral Water Bowl (W 13-9 over Concordia St. Paul - 12/4/10) Final Ranking: None Basic Offense: Multiple / Option Basic Defense: 3-4 Returning Starters: 19 Offense (6): QB Zac Dickey; TE Bristan Kelley; OG Josiah Cody; OG Kell Smalley; OT Cody Holland; OT Calvin Archer; WR Gavin Lutman; WR Derek Fisher; WR Jon Thomas Defense (8): DE Spencer Worthington; DL JR Jones; DL John White; DE Gus Toca; LB Nate Dreiling; S Paul Robinson; S Chas Smith; CB Elijah Olabode Lettermen Returning: 33 (18 Off / 13 Def / 2 ST) Lettermen Lost: 21 (6 Off / 15 Def / 0 ST)

at Missouri Western 6 p.m. Emporia State 7 p.m. at Truman 7 p.m. William Jewell 7 p.m. vs Northwest Missouri 2:05 p.m. at Fort Hays State 7 p.m. Lincoln 2 p.m. at Central Missouri 1:30 p.m. Open Washburn 2 p.m. Missouri Southern 2 p.m.

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Name: Pittsburg State University Location: Pittsburg, Kan. Founded: 1903 Enrollment: 7,277 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: MIAA Nickname: Gorillas Colors: Crimson and gold President: Dr. Steve Scott Athletics Director: Jim Johnson Stadium: Brandenburg Field/Carnie Smith Playing Surface: Field Turf


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Central Missouri Mules

Game 11 • Nov. 12, 2011 • 1 p.m. • Yager Stadium • Topeka, Kan. • Senior Day

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General Information 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. Chuck Ambrose Athletics Director: Jerry Hughes Stadium: Walton Stadium Playing Surface: Sprinturf

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Jim Svoboda (Northwestern Iowa, 1983) Record at UCM: 11-3 (1 season) Overall Record: same Best time to reach Svoboda: Mornings Football Office Phone: (660) 543-8297 Assistant Coaches: Josh Lamberson (wide receivers coach / recruiting coordinator) Hank McClung (offensive line coach) Chad Bostwick (linebackers/ special teams coach) Chuck Clemens (defensive line coach) Matt Jeter (defensive coordinator)

Sports Information

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

Mule Outlook

2010 Record: 11-3 MIAA Record/Place: 8-1/2nd Postseason: NCAA National Quarterfinals Final Ranking: 5th Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: 4-3 Returning Starters: 18 Offense (5): Taylor Dyer, WR; Logan Freeman, OL; Hulas King, OL; Jernorius McGill, OL; Nate Stoffel, OL Defense (10): David Bax, DE; Joe Carter, LB; Marlon Douglas, DB; Brett Ginn, DB; Evan Knight, LB; Patrick Lewis, DB; Deonte McDonald, DE; Calvin Patterson, LB; Garrett Smith, DE; Karl Parker, DB Lettermen Returning: 57 (26 Off / 27 Def / 4 ST) Lettermen Lost: 22 (11 Off / 11 Def / 0 ST) Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. Tommy Corwin 4 3 0 50 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Travis Ribbing 7 29 4.1 0 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Taylor Dyer 24 361 15.0 1 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks Patrick Lewis 27 36 63 0

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TD 0 Ypg. 29.0 Ypg. 25.8 TFL 1.5

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Missouri Southern at Missouri Western at Emporia State Truman Northwest Missouri at Fort Hays State Pittsburg State at Lincoln at Lindenwood at Washburn

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2010 Results (11-3, 8-1 MIAA)

Aug. 28 at Southwest Baptist Sept. 2 at Illinois State Sept. 11 Emporia State Sept. 18 at Pittsburg State Sept. 25 Washburn Oct. 2 at Truman State Oct. 9 at Fort Hays State Oct. 16 Missouri Western Oct. 23 Nebraska-Omaha Oct. 30 at Missouri Southern Nov. 6 Northwest Missouri Nov. 20 ^West Texas A&M Nov. 27 ^at Abilene Christian Dec. 4 ^at Northwest Missouri ^NCAA Playoffs

W 60-13 L 54-55 W 31-13 W 37-20 W 55-45 W 38-14 W 30-27 W 43-21 W 34-31 W 34-21 L 16-17 W 55-35 W 55-41 L 20-37

Series Information

Series Record: UCM leads 22-18-2 Streak: UCM has won one First Meeting: WU 6, UCM 0 (1902) Last Meeting: UCM 55-45 (9/25/10) in Warrensburg Last WU win: 36-21 (9/26/09) in Topeka Last UCM win: 55-45 (9/25/10) in Warrensburg Largest WU win: 34-0 (9/28/1963) in Topeka Largest UCM win: 37-0 (11/7/1998) in Topeka

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Dec. 3 NCAA Playoffs - Quarterfinals TBA Mineral Water Bowl - Excelsior Spings, Mo. TBA Kanza Bowl - Topeka, Kan. TBA Dec. 10 NCAA Playoffs - Semifinals

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Nov. 5 Lincoln (Mo.) at Truman Emporia State at Southwest Baptist Northwest Missouri at Missouri Western Central Missouri at Lindenwood Washburn at Pittsburg State Missouri Southern at Fort Hays State Nov. 12 Emporia State at Northwest Missouri Central Missouri at Washburn Truman at Southwest Baptist Missouri Western at Fort Hays State Missouri Southern at Pittsburg State

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Sept. 17 Langston at Missouri Western Central Missouri at Emporia State Northwest Missouri at Lincoln (Mo.) Washburn at Missouri Southern Southwest Baptist at Fort Hays State Pittsburg State at Truman Sept. 22 Missouri Western at Washburn Sept. 24 Missouri Southern at Lincoln (Mo.) Fort Hays State at Northwest Missouri Langston at Emporia State Truman at Central Missouri William Jewell College at Pittsburg State

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Oct. 1 Washburn at Emporia State Truman at McKendree Arkansas Tech at Central Missouri Fort Hays State at Lincoln (Mo.) Pittsburg State at Northwest Missouri Missouri Western at Missouri Southern Oct. 8 Missouri Southern at Emporia State Northwest Missouri at Central Missouri Washburn at Truman Lincoln (Mo.) at Missouri Western Pittsburg State at Fort Hays State Oct. 15 Eastern New Mexico at Northwest Missouri Truman at Missouri Southern Central Oklahoma at Washburn Missouri Western at Emporia State Lincoln (Mo.) at Pittsburg State Central Missouri at Fort Hays State

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Sept. 10 Fort Hays State at Truman Sioux Falls at Northwest Missouri Central Missouri at Missouri Western Emporia State at Pittsburg State

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Sept. 1 Washburn at Sioux Falls Pittsburg State at Missouri Western Emporia State at Fort Hays State Missouri Southern at Central Missouri Northwest Missouri at Truman Sept. 3 Avila at Lincoln (Mo.) Sept. 8 Lincoln (Mo.) at Washburn


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Sioux Falls (0-0-0) First meeting in 2011 Lincoln (3-0) S30 1989 W 9-0 Topeka S9 2000 W 63-21 Jefferson City S8 2001 W 31-20 Topeka Missouri Southern (20-20-1) O17 1970 T 21-21 O16 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 S27 1986 W 25-7 O24 1987 L 14-32 O22 1988 W 35-23 S23 1989 L 6-21 S22 1990 L 3-30 O5 1991 L 6-31 O3 1992 L 14-44 O30 1993 L 21-36 O29 1994 L 16-38 N11 1995 L 0-25 N16 1996 L 31-32 O23 1997 L 14-17 O24 1998 W 49-37 S18 1999 W 35-28 S16 2000 W 24-22 S22 2001 W 29-28 S28 2002 L 28-52 N15 2003 W 38-35 N6 2004 W 58-43 O29 2005 W 49-35 N4 2006 W 14-13 O6 2007 W 26-20 O4 2008 W 23-0 S12 2009 W 54-31 N13 2010 W 23-7

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 Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin

Missouri Western (16-21-2) 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 S29 2007 W 31-24 S27 2008 W 21-17 S19 2009 L 34-37 S18 2010 L 33-36

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 St. Joseph Topeka St. Joseph Topeka

Emporia State (50-51-6) 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 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 O13 2007 W 31-21 O11 2008 W 14-6 N7 2009 W 56-35 N6 2010 W 42-0 Truman (10-18) 1958 L 13-26 1959 L 0-6 1960 L 12-39 S22 1961 L 9-27 22 1962 L 0-39 S21 1963 W 7-6 S16 1989 W 21-3 S15 1990 L 17-44 S21 1991 L 7-14 S19 1992 L 8-42 O16 1993 L 0-34 O15 1994 L 31-50 S23 1995 L 17-41 S28 1996 L 21-38 O11 1997 L 7-37 O10 1998 L 28-38 N6 1999 W 52-18 N4 2000 L 42-45 O6 2001 L 26-27 O12 2002 W 26-21 S27 2003 L 6-12 S18 2004 W 62-0 O15 2005 W 21-14 O21 2006 L 7-21 O20 2007 W 71-35 O18 2008 W 31-17 O31 2009 W 37-7 O30 2010 W 45-12

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

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

Central Oklahoma (0-0-0) First meeting in 2011

Emporia Topeka 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

Northwest Missouri (6-25) 1940 L 6-7 1944 L 0-7 1944 L 0-28 S8 1984 L 0-47 S7 1985 W 38-24 S13 1986 W 38-24 S12 1987 L 27-29 S10 1988 W 33-12 O21 1989 L 21-34 O20 1990 W 14-0 S28 1991 L 3-29 S26 1992 L 21-22 O9 1993 L 36-61 O8 1994 W 48-14 N4 1995 L 21-42 N9 1996 L 14-33 O4 1997 L 14-17 O3 1998 L 31-38 O30 1999 L 10-35 O28 2000 L 21-63 S29 2001 L 17-52 O5 2002 L 13-48 O4 2003 L 14-45 S25 2004 L 21-49 O8 2005 W 31-28 N19 2005* L 32-42 O14 2006 L 26-31 O27 2007 L 27-28 O25 2008 L 21-24 O24 2009 Lot 19-22 O23 2010 L 40-41 *NCAA Second Round Playoffs Fort Hays State (39-23-3) 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

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Maryville Topeka Topeka Maryville Topeka Topeka Maryville Maryville Topeka Maryville Topeka Maryville Topeka Maryville Topeka Maryville Topeka Maryville Topeka Maryville Topeka Maryville Topeka Topeka Maryville Topeka Maryville Topeka

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 S15 2007 W 28-10 S13 2008 L 7-17 O3 2009 W 28-14 O2 2010 W 38-27 Pittsburg State (22-60-1) 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 O27 1962 L 0-27 O26 1963 L 20-21

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 Topeka Hays Topeka Hays

O24 1964 W 17-7 O23 1965 L 7-20 O22 1966 L 20-24 O21 1967 L 12-38 O19 1968 L 0-14 O18 1969 W 19-17 O31 1970 L 7-13 O30 1971 L 0-27 N4 1972 L 7-21 N3 1973 L 14-21 N16 1974 L 14-15 N15 1975 L 16-20 O2 1976 W 28-16 O29 1977 W 28-21 O28 1978 L 14-27 O6 1979 L 12-46 O4 1980 W 38-36 O17 1981 L 12-35 O16 1982 L 14-38 O8 1983 L 21-29 O6 1984 L 20-21 O12 1985 L 18-35 O11 1986 L 7-21 N15 1986* L 24-58 O31 1987 L 0-44 O29 1988 L 14-23 O28 1989 L 0-61 O27 1990 L 0-17 N9 1991 L 0-21 N7 1992 L 29-48 O2 1993 L 18-55 O1 1994 L 13-62 O28 1995 L 7-31 N2 1996 L 14-43 N15 1997 L 11-40 N14 1998 L 12-72 O23 1999 L 8-27 O21 2000 L 28-31 S15 2001 L 21-51 S21 2002 L 14-47 O11 2003 L 10-37 O2 2004 L 14-70 O1 2005 Wot 35-34 O10 2006 L 29-14 N3 2007 W 35-28 N1 2008 L 17-48 O17 2009 W 55-3 O16 2010 W2ot 35-34 * NAIA 1st Round Playoffs

Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Pittsburg Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Pittsburg Topeka Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg

Central Missouri (18-22-2) 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 S22 2007 L 14-28 Topeka Topeka S20 2008 L 34-43 Warrensburg Pittsburg S26 2009 W 36-21 Topeka Topeka S25 2010 L 45-55 Warrensburg


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Seventh consecutive winning season For the seventh straight season, the Washburn Ichabods finished with more wins than losses after their 8-4 campaign. In doing so, the Ichabods added to a program record for consecutive winning seasons.

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Washburn in the national statistics The Ichabods as a team ranked in the top 50 in seven different statistical categories finishing in the top 10.

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WU Team Rankings in the NCAA Top 50 Category Average MIAA NCAA Sacks Allowed 1.00 1st 9th Passing Efficiency 157.52 1st 9th Total Offense 460.33 2nd 10th Scoring Offense 37.17 2nd 11th Passing Offense 299.17 3rd 17th Sacks 2.83 1st 20th Punt Returns 11.48 3rd 41st

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Individually, senior wide receiver Joe Hastings finished second in the nation in receiving yards per game with 128.8 while his 7.3 receptions per game was 18th in the nation. Hastings was 43rd in the nation in all-purpose yards per game. Junior quarterback Dane Simoneau was ninth in the nation in passing efficiency while finishing 22nd in total offense and his 288.3 yards per game passing was 17th in the nation. Senior placekicker Steve Ivanisevic finished 10th in the nation in field goals per game with 1.3 per contest and 29th in the nation in scoring with 8.2 points per game. Sophomore running back Vershon Moore was 35th in the nation in scoring with 7.8 points per game. Freshman punt returner DeJuan Beard finished 27th in the nation in punt returns averaging 11.8 per attempt.

The 2010 Washburn Ichabods recorded eight wins during the season capping the year with a Kanza Bowl Championship in Topeka with a 4514 win over No. 24-ranked Midwestern State. The win marked the 11th time in the program’s history Washburn has recorded at least eight wins in a season and it was the fifth time in nine seasons under head coach Craig Schurig the Ichabods had accomplished the feat. The Ichabods finished the conference race in third place with a 6-3 record. The Ichabods finished the season winning six of their last seven games including the final four to round out the season including road wins at Pittsburg State, Fort Hays State, Truman State and Missouri Southern. The Kanza Bowl Championship played at Hummer Sports Park in Topeka was the Ichabods’ second bowl championship under Schurig following up on the 2004 Mineral Water Bowl Championship.

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Schurig after nine years Ichabod head coach Craig Schurig is 6241 entering his tenth season on the Washburn sideline in 2011. The 62 wins is the most wins by any coach after nine years. The all-time winningest coach by wins, Dick Godlove, had 49 wins entering his ninth season at the helm of the Ichabod football program. All-America Honors The Ichabods had three players named to a combined nine different All-America teams this season as Steve Ivanisevic repeated as first team as an Associated Press Little All-American squad selection. He was also an American Football Coaches Association pick as well as a second team selection for the Don Hansen’s Football Gazette, d2football.com and the CoSIDA/Daktronics teams. Ivanisevic was a seven-time All-American pick in two seasons at Washburn. Joe Hastings earned three All-American awards after he was named to the Football Gazette second team and the Associated Press Little All-American third team. He was also


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the Year after leading the MIAA in field goal percentage hitting 16 of 18 attempts including a season-long 49 yard attempt. He also connected on all 50 of his extra point attempts. Senior wide receiver Joe Hastings, senior offensive lineman Ty Lewis, junior linebacker Marty Pfannenstiel, sophomore cornerback Pierre Desir and junior defensive end Dakota Palan-Johnson all received second team allMIAA honors. Hastings led the MIAA in receiving yards per game with 128.8 per contest and was second in the conference in receptions per game at 7.3. He recorded a school-single-season record 87 receptions for 1,546, which is also a school record. He tied a Washburn single-game record with four touchdown receptions against Ne-

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Moore led the MIAA in rushing with 100.7 yards per game while playing in 10 games averaging 5.6 yards per carry on 181 attempts. He also rushed for 11 touchdowns. He also had 13 catches for 149 yards averaging 11.5 yards per reception and two touchdowns. Folkerts helped anchor an offensive line which helped the Ichabods finish 17th in the nation in passing offense at 299.2 yards per game and 10th in total offense at 460.3 yards per game. The Ichabod offensive line also only surrendered 12 sacks this season, which is ninth in the nation. Folkerts was a second team allMIAA pick last season as a sophomore. Ivanisevic, who also earned unanimous first team all-MIAA honors, is the first Ichabod to receive the MIAA’s Special Teams Player of

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#20 Joe Geha, RS-Fr., DB MIAA Academic Honor Roll

#33 Andrew Lichter, So., LB MIAA Academic Honor Roll #38 Michael Harris, Fr., LB MIAA Academic Honor Roll #39 Steven Dudley, So., DB MIAA Academic Honor Roll #43 Mark Kolmer, Fr., LB MIAA Academic Honor Roll #44 Greg Schoenberg, Jr., FB MIAA Academic Honor Roll #46 Brad Haug, Sr., FB Honorable Mention All-MIAA MIAA Academic Honor Roll #47 Jared Brawner, Sr., LB MIAA Academic Honor Roll

#54 Kyle Duncan, RS-Fr., OL MIAA Academic Honor Roll #55 Zach Falldorf, Sr., DT MIAA Academic Honor Roll

#91 Dakota Palan-Johnson, Jr., DE Second Team All-MIAA Trey Lewis Outstanding Defensive Lineman MIAA Defensive Player of the Week, #65 Brian Folkerts, Jr., OL Nov. 1 Football Gazette Second Team All-Region First Team All-MIAA #96 Bryan Dale, Fr., DL Dode Lesser Outstanding Offensive MIAA Academic Honor Roll Lineman MIAA Academic Honor Roll Jeremy Edwards, Fr., WR MIAA Academic Honor Roll #66 Matt Langworthy, RS-Fr., OL MIAA Academic Honor Roll Jordan Edwards, Fr., QB MIAA Academic Honor Roll #67 Ty Lewis, Sr., OL Football Gazette Second Team All-Region Cole Mount, Fr., P/KP Second Team All-MIAA CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic MIAA Academic Honor Roll All-District Tyler Lutz, Fr., KP Ichabod Academic Achievement MIAA Academic Honor Roll MIAA Academic Honor Roll #58 Alex Dowty, Fr., WR MIAA Academic Honor Roll

#68 Steve Dieckhaus, So., OL MIAA Academic Honor Roll #74 Otis Jones, Sr., OL Honorable Mention All-MIAA

Ben Muiller, Fr., LB MIAA Academic Honor Roll

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#16 Michael Wilhoite, Sr., DB Honorable Mention All-MIAA Cactus Bowl Participant Ichabod Defensive Player of the Year

#30 Jon Clark, So., DB MIAA Academic Honor Roll

#51 Joseph Schmidt, RS-Fr., LB MIAA Academic Honor Roll

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#12 Pierre Desir, So., DB Daktronics Second Team All-Region Second Team All-MIAA

#29 Vershon Moore, So., RB Football Gazette Honorable Mention All-American Football Gazette First Team All-Region First Team All-MIAA Trent Hearn Outstanding Offensive Back of the Year

#50 Trent Snyder, Jr., LB MIAA Academic Honor Roll

#82 Joe Hastings, Sr., WR Football Gazette Second Team AllAmerican Associated Press Little All-American Third Team D2football.com Honorable Mention All-American Football Gazette Second Team All-Region Daktronics Second Team All-Region Second Team All-MIAA Ichabod Most Valuable Player Cactus Bowl Participant MIAA Offensive Player of the Week, Oct. 11 MIAA Academic Honor Roll

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#9 Dane Simoneau, Jr., QB Honorable Mention All-MIAA Ichabod Offensive Player of the Year

#28 Josh Torrez, Sr., FB Ichabod Academic Achievement MIAA Academic Honor Roll

#49 Austin Hills, Sr., P Honorable Mention All-MIAA MIAA Academic Honor Roll

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#24 Mark Fancher, RS-Fr., WR MIAA Academic Honor Roll

#48 Tore’ Hurst, Fr., TE Ichabod Freshman of the Year MIAA Academic Honor Roll

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#6 Marty Pfannenstiel, Jr., LB Second Team All-MIAA John McGivern Outstanding Linebacker MIAA Academic Honor Roll

#23 Jahmil Taylor, So., LB Honorable Mention All-MIAA MIAA Defensive Player of the Week, Aug. 30 MIAA Defensive Player of the Week, Nov. 5

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#4 Steve Ivanisevic, Sr., PK Associated Press Little All-American First Team American Football Coaches Association First team All-American Daktronics Second Team All-American D2football.com Second Team AllAmerican Football Gazette Second Team AllAmerican Football Gazette First Team All-Region Daktronics First Team All-Region MIAA Special Teams Player of the Year First Team All-MIAA Ichabod Special Teams Player of the Year Cactus Bowl Participant MIAA Special Teams Player of the Week, Oct. 11 D2football.com National Special Teams Player of the Week, Oct. 11

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Ichabods in 2010 when ... At home On the road Neutral field Against MIAA opponents Against non-conference opponents On natural grass On artificial turf In day games In home day games In road day games In night games In August In September In October In November In December Leading after 1st quarter Leading after 2nd quarter Leading after 3rd quarter Tied after 1st quarter Tied after 2nd quarter Tied after 3rd quarter Trailing after 1st quarter Trailing after 2nd quarter Trailing after 3rd quarter In overtime WU scores first Opponent scores first WU has the first possession Opponent has the first possession WU scores 0-10 points WU scores 11-20 points WU scores 21-30 points WU scores 31-40 points WU scores 41-50 points WU scores 50-plus points Opponent scores 0-10 points Opponent scores 11-20 points Opponent scores 21-30 points Opponent scores 31-40 points Opponent scores 41-50 points Opponent scores 50-plus points WU has over 200 yards rushing WU has less than 200 yards rushing Opponent has over 200 yards rushing Opponent has less than 200 yards rushing WU has over 200 yards passing WU has less than 200 yards passing Opponent has over 200 yards passing Opponent has less than 200 yards passing WU gains 0-100 net yards WU gains 101-200 net yards WU gains 201-300 net yards WU gains 301-400 net yards WU gains 401-500 net yards WU gains 501-plus net yards Opponent gains 0-100 net yards Opponent gains 101-200 net yards Opponent gains 201-300 net yards Opponent gains 301-400 net yards Opponent gains 401-500 net yards Opponent gains 501-plus net yards WU commits 0-5 penalties WU commits 6-10 penalties WU commits 11-plus penalties Opponent commits 0-5 penalties Opponent commits 6-10 penalties Opponent commits 11-plus penalties WU leads in time of possession WU trails in time of possession

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

braska-Omaha while playing on the first half of the game. He has accounted for 1,575 all purpose yards this season averaging 131.2 per game. He had eight 100-yard receiving games this season including a career-high 223 yards against Midwestern State in the Kanza Bowl win in his final game in a Washburn uniform. Lewis was a second team all-conference pick for the second time in his career at center. Pfannenstiel tied for the team lead in tackles at 91 including 48 solo stops along with 6.0 tackles for loss (for 37 yards), 3.5 sacks (for 31 yards) as well as seven pass break ups, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and an interception. Desir was a second team all-MIAA pick after earning first team honors as a redshirt freshman. Palan-Johnson led the team with 12 tackles for loss for 43 yards and with seven sacks for 32 yards. He finished the regular season with 52 total tackles including 31 solo stops. Earning honorable mention all-MIAA honors this season were junior quarterback Dane Simoneau, senior offensive lineman Otis Jones,

senior fullback Brad Haug, sophomore linebacker Jahmil Taylor, senior defensive back Michael Wilhoite and senior punter Austin Hills. In his nine seasons at Washburn, head coach Craig Schurig has had 107 athletes receive allMIAA honors.

Classroom Success The Ichabods had a successful year in the classroom as well. Ty Lewis received ESPN the Magazine second team all-district honors for the second straight season. As a team, the Ichabods carried a 2.59 grade point average with 35 student athletes recording at least a 3.0 average earning MIAA Academic Honor Roll accolades. Crowd Support The Ichabods have had tremendous fan support in Yager Stadium. Washburn finished the 2010 season with an average attendance of 5,575 in six home games which was 22nd in the nation and fourth in the MIAA in average attendance.

2010 Washburn Recap/Game Highlights Date Aug. 28 Sept. 4 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Dec. 4

Opponent Result at Colorado Mines W 34-29 Abilene Christian L 26-34 *Missouri Western L 33-36 *at Central Missouri L 45-55 *at Fort Hays State W 38-27 *Nebraska-Omaha W 40-28 *at Pittsburg State W 35-34 (2ot) *Northwest Missouri L 40-41 *at Truman State W 45-12 *Emporia State W 42-0 *at Missouri Southern W 23-7 vs Midwestern State W 45-14

Highlight Joe Hastings tied school record with 13 receptions (adding 201 yards) Dane Simoneau goes over 300 yards for third straight game Vershon Moore rushes for 114 yards Vershon Moore has 125 rushing, 30 receiving and 26 passing yards WU outgains 243 to 145 on the ground Joe Hastings ties WU/MIAA single-game TD reception record (4) WU snap 17-game losing streak in Pittsburg For the 2nd time in last 4 games final margin has been under 3 Ichabods roll off 38 straight points in the win Records 1st home shutout under Schurig; 7th straight win over ESU WU wins eighth straight game over Lions WU becomes first MIAA team to win Kanza Bowl in Topeka

2010 Final National Polls AFCA Rec. 1. Minnesota-Duluth (26) 15-0 2. Delta St. (Miss.) 11-4 3. Northwest Missouri St. 12-2 4. Albany St. (Ga.) 11-1 5. Central Missouri 11-3 6. Augustana (S.D.) 11-2 7. Shepherd (W.Va.) 12-2 8. Abilene Christian (Texas) 11-1 9. Texas A&M-Kingsville 10-2 10. Grand Valley St. (Mich.) 11-2 11. Mercyhurst (Pa.) 10-3 12. St. Cloud State (Minn.) 10-3 13. Kutztown (Pa.) 10-2 14. California (Pa.) 10-2 15. Bloomsburg (Pa.) 10-3 16. Hillsdale (Mich.) 9-3 17. Valdosta St. (Ga.) 8-3 18. West Texas A&M 8-4 19. Colorado School of Mines 9-3 20. Wingate (N.C.) 9-3 21. Wayne St. (Mich.) 9-2 22. North Alabama 9-4 23. Nebraska-Kearney 9-2 24. Missouri Western St. 8-4 25. Michigan Tech 8-2

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Pts. Prv. 650 1 622 NR 597 3 505 5 495 8 487 9 480 18 478 2 458 4 422 6 392 11 334 15 302 13 287 7 247 20 229 10 187 17 183 14 158 16 154 NR 144 12 128 NR 89 19 76 NR 69 21

D2Football.com Record 1 Minnesota-Duluth 15-0 2 Delta State 11-4 3 Northwest Missouri 12-2 4 Central Missouri 11-3 5 Shepherd 12-2 6 Augustana 11-2 7 Albany State 11-1 8 Abilene Christian 11-1 9 Texas A&M-Kingsville 10-2 10 Mercyhurst 10-3 11 St. Cloud 10-3 12 Grand Valley 11-2 13 Bloomsburg 10-3 14 Kutztown 10-2 15 Wingate 9-3 16 Hillsdale 9-3 17 North Alabama 9-4 18 West Texas A&M 8-4 19 Valdosta State 8-3 20 California 10-2 21 Missouri Western 8-4 22 Colorado Mines 9-3 23 Wayne State (Mich.) 9-2 24 Nebraska-Kearney 9-2 25 Michigan Tech 8-2

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Yds 1546 374 162 240 236 290 149 168 157 96 60 62 11 29 6 4 3590 2597

Avg 6.0 4.0 0.0 5.0 0.0

Avg 17.8 14.4 9.0 15.0 15.7 20.7 11.5 15.3 14.3 9.6 12.0 20.7 5.5 29.0 6.0 4.0 15.3 11.2 TD 1 0 1 2 0

Long 6 4 0 6 0

TD Long Avg/G 15 74 128.8 5 32 37.4 0 30 13.5 2 49 26.7 6 47 21.5 1 51 32.2 2 25 14.9 0 22 14.0 2 51 13.1 0 28 8.0 0 18 6.0 0 26 5.2 0 7 1.0 0 26 2.4 1 6 0.5 0 4 1.3 34 74 299.2 23 75 216.4

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RECEIVING GP-GS No. Hastings,Joe 12-12 87 Beard,DeJuan 10-4 26 Cooper,Justin 12-3 18 Garner,Ronnell 9-1 16 Hurst,Tore 11-1 15 Mosby,Travis 9-3 14 Moore,Vershon 10-8 13 Knox,Cameron 12-11 11 Schuler,Brody 12-1 11 Haug,Brad 12-1 10 Iverson,Jake 10-4 5 Schoenberg,Greg 12-9 3 Lowe,Terrence 11-0 2 Simoneau,Dane 12-12 1 Henry,Korie 11-1 1 Thurber,Graham 3-0 1 Totals 12 234 Opponents 12 232

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PASSING GP-GS Effic Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G Simoneau,Dane 12-12 160.0 223-374-12 59.6 3459 33 74 288.2 Kasel,Cameron 4-0 105.3 10-21-0 47.6 105 1 22 26.2 Moore,Vershon 10-8 318.4 1-1-0 100.0 26 0 26 2.6 Totals 12 157.5 234-396-12 59.1 3590 34 74 299.2 Opponents 12 129.6 232-392-9 59.2 2597 23 75 216.4

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Avg TD Long Avg/G 5.6 11 74 100.7 4.1 6 70 46.6 5.4 2 39 22.1 4.3 0 13 9.2 4.8 0 43 5.6 7.2 0 16 2.4 3.5 0 13 0.8 3.0 0 3 0.3 0.0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0.0 -1.0 0 0 -0.2 -6.0 0 0 -0.6 -1.1 1 14 -2.2 -5.4 0 0 -7.4 4.3 20 74 161.2 3.6 18 34 133.8

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SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st Washburn 111 Opponents 52

Dane Simoneau Individual Statistics Rushing GP-GS Att Gain Loss Moore,Vershon 10-8 181 1049 42 Cooper,Justin 12-3 136 598 39 Lowe,Terrence 11-0 45 250 7 Haug,Brad 12-1 26 111 0 Schoenberg,Greg 12-9 14 71 4 Hastings,Joe 12-12 4 32 3 Garner,Ronnell 9-1 2 13 6 Hurst,Tore 11-1 1 3 0 Hills,Austin 12-0 1 0 0 Mosby,Travis 9-3 1 0 0 Kasel,Cameron 4-0 1 0 1 Beard,DeJuan 10-4 1 0 6 Simoneau,Dane 12-12 23 68 94 TEAM 8-0 11 0 59 Totals 12 447 2195 261 Opponents 12 443 1958 353

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OPP 317 26.4 237 91 125 21 1605 1958 353 443 3.6 133.8 18 2597 232-392-9 6.6 11.2 216.4 23 4202 835 5.0 350.2 60-1122 8-156 12-227 18.7 19.5 18.9 23-12 83-689 57.4 62-2393 38.6 31.7 31:01 63/174 36% 13/30 43% 12-92 4 43 5-12 0-1 (29-34) 85% (24-34) 71% (38-42) 90% 30163 6/5027 1/3500

WU 446 37.2 270 92 152 26 1934 2195 261 447 4.3 161.2 20 3590 234-396-12 9.1 15.3 299.2 34 5524 843 6.6 460.3 46-860 25-287 9-99 18.7 11.5 11.0 23-16 94-759 63.2 44-1680 38.2 32.4 28:59 76/160 48% 5/15 33% 34-185 -5 57 16-18 1-2 (47-54) 87% (35-54) 65% (50-50) 100% 29949 5/5990

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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 Comp-Att-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 Neutral Site Games

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2010 Results (8-4, 6-3 MIAA) Date Opponent Score Aug 28 at Colorado Mines W 34-29 Sep 04 #6 ABILENE CHRISTIAN L 26-34 *Sep 18 #11 MISSOURI WESTERN L 33-36 *Sep 25 at #21 Central Missouri L 45-55 *Oct 02 at Fort Hays State W 38-27 *Oct 09 NebraskA-Omaha W 40-28 *Oct 16 at Pittsburg State W (2ot) 35-34 *Oct 23 #5 NORTHWEST MISSOURI L 40-41 *Oct 30 at Truman W 45-12 *Nov 06 EMPORIA STATE W 42-0 *Nov 13 at Missouri Southern W 23-7 !Dec 04 vs Midwestern State W 45-14 *MIAA game • ! 2010 Lower’s Kanza Bowl - Topeka, Kan.

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PUNTING No. Yards Hills,Austin 43 1680 TEAM 1 0 Totals 44 1680 Opponents 62 2393

Brad Haug PUNT RETURNS Beard,DeJuan Fancher,Mark Curran,Casey Hastings,Joe Schuler,Brody Schoenberg,Greg Garner,Ronnell Totals Opponents

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Yds 201 15 13 0 0 11 47 287 156

Avg 11.8 7.5 6.5 0.0 0.0 11.0 47.0 11.5 19.5

TD Long 0 37 0 8 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 47 1 47 1 72

INTERCEPTIONS No. Desir,Pierre 5 Vann,Ben 1 Falldorf,Zach 1 Myrick,Patrick 1 Pfannenstiel,Marty 1 Totals 9 Opponents 12

Yds 60 39 0 0 0 99 227

Avg 12.0 39.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 11.0 18.9

TD Long 0 31 0 39 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 1 80

KICK RETURNS Desir,Pierre Garner,Ronnell Jean,Patrick Fancher,Mark Schoenberg,Greg Knox,Cameron Ulmer,Joe Beard,DeJuan Totals Opponents

Yds 333 202 222 14 22 21 25 21 860 1122

Avg 19.6 18.4 20.2 7.0 11.0 21.0 25.0 21.0 18.7 18.7

TD Long 0 31 0 33 0 58 0 12 0 22 0 21 0 25 0 21 0 58 0 93

No. 17 11 11 2 2 1 1 1 46 60

vg A 39.1 0.0 38.2 38.6

Yds 4554 452 60 5066 3581

Long TB 61 5 0 0 61 5 75 7

KICKOFFS Ivanisevic,Steve Schoenberg,Greg Hills,Austin Totals Opponents

No. 75 8 1 84 59

Avg 60.7 56.5 60.0 60.3 60.7

TB 15 0 0 15 10

TOTAL OFFENSE Simoneau,Dane Moore,Vershon Cooper,Justin Lowe,Terrence Haug,Brad Kasel,Cameron Schoenberg,Greg Hastings,Joe Garner,Ronnell Hurst,Tore Beard,DeJuan TEAM Totals Opponents

GP Plays Rush 12 397 -26 10 182 1007 12 136 559 11 45 243 12 26 111 4 22 -1 12 14 67 12 4 29 9 2 7 11 1 3 10 1 -6 8 11 -59 12 843 1934 12 835 1605

Pass 3459 26 0 0 0 105 0 0 0 0 0 0 3590 2597

FC 20 0 20 5

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50+ 4 0 4 11

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OB Retn Net YdLn 2 1 0 3 18.7 43.4 26 3 18.7 42.7 27 Total Avg/G 3433 286.1 1033 103.3 559 46.6 243 22.1 111 9.2 104 26.0 67 5.6 29 2.4 7 0.8 3 0.3 -6 -0.6 -59 -7.4 5524 460.3 4202 350.2

FIELD GOALS Made-Att P ct 01-19 2 0-29 3 0-39 40-49 5 0-99 L ong Bkd Ivanisevic,Steve 16-18 88.9 0-0 5-5 8-9 3-4 0-0 49 2 FG SEQUENCE Colorado Mines Abilene Christian Missouri Western Central Missouri Fort Hays State Nebraska-Omaha Pittsburg State Northwest Missouri Truman State Univ. Emporia State Missouri Southern Midwestern State (made field goals in parenthesis)

PAT PAT PAT PAT SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass Saf PTS Ivanisevic,Steve 0 16-18 50-50 0-0 0 0-0 0 98 Hastings,Joe 15 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 90 Moore,Vershon 13 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 78 Cooper,Justin 6 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 0-0 0 38 Hurst,Tore 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 36 Beard,DeJuan 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 30 Garner,Ronnell 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 18 Schuler,Brody 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 18 Lowe,Terrence 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 12 Mosby,Travis 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 6 Simoneau,Dane 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-4 0 6 Henry,Korie 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 6 Jackson,Cameron 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 6 Knox,Cameron 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 2 TEAM 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1 2 Hills,Austin 0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0-0 0 0 Totals 57 16-18 50-50 1-3 1 1-4 1 446 Opponents 43 5-12 38-42 0-0 1 1-1 2 317

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ALL PURPOSE Hastings,Joe Moore,Vershon Cooper,Justin Beard,DeJuan Garner,Ronnell Desir,Pierre Mosby,Travis Lowe,Terrence Hurst,Tore Jean,Patrick Haug,Brad Knox,Cameron Schoenberg,Greg Schuler,Brody Iverson,Jake Vann,Ben Fancher,Mark Ulmer,Joe Curran,Casey Henry,Korie Thurber,Graham Simoneau,Dane Kasel,Cameron TEAM Totals Opponents

Washburn (37),(27) 32 (28) (22) (27),46 (48),(49),(39),(33) - (37),(34) (32) - (31),(20),(45) (34)

GP Rush Rec PR 12 29 1546 0 10 1007 149 0 12 559 162 0 10 -6 374 201 9 7 240 47 12 0 0 0 9 0 290 0 11 243 11 0 11 3 236 0 12 0 0 0 12 111 96 0 12 0 168 0 12 67 62 11 12 0 157 0 10 0 60 0 12 0 0 0 8 0 0 15 11 0 0 0 3 0 0 13 11 0 6 0 3 0 4 0 12 -26 29 0 4 -1 0 0 8 -59 0 0 12 1934 3590 287 12 1605 2597 156

KOR 0 0 0 21 202 333 0 0 0 222 0 21 22 0 0 0 14 25 0 0 0 0 0 0 860 1122

OPPONENTS 38 40,(21),(33) 38,(36),(40) 49,37 40,32 (26) -

IR 0 0 0 0 0 60 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 99 227

Tot 1575 1156 721 590 496 393 290 254 239 222 207 189 162 157 60 39 29 25 13 6 4 3 -1 -59 6770 5707

Avg/G 131.2 115.6 60.1 59.0 55.1 32.8 32.2 23.1 21.7 18.5 17.2 15.8 13.5 13.1 6.0 3.2 3.6 2.3 4.3 0.5 1.3 0.2 -0.2 -7.4 564.2 475.6


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Defensive Statistics GP-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks Int-Yds PD QBH FR-Yds FF BLK Saf Pfannenstiel,Marty 12-11 48 43 91 6.0-37 3.5-31 1-0 7 2 1-0 1 . . Taylor,Jahmil 12-9 50 41 91 6.0-29 3.0-22 . 8 1 . 1 . . Wilhoite,Michael 12-12 44 37 81 8.0-20 2.5-7 . 4 . . 1 . . Brawner,Jared 11-10 37 42 79 3.5-8 1.5-4 . 3 1 1-0 . . . Palan-Johnson,Dakota 12-12 31 21 52 12.0-43 7.0-32 . 1 1 1-0 . . . Atagi,Bryce 12-2 25 25 50 4.5-12 2.0-5 . 2 . 1-4 . . . Desir,Pierre 12-12 31 15 46 5.5-25 2.0-8 5-60 4 . 1-0 1 . . Falldorf,Zach 12-11 9 24 33 0.5-3 0.5-3 1-0 . . . . . . Jackson,Cameron 12-11 15 18 33 7.0-28 3.5-20 . 1 2 1-0 1 . . Hollins,Michael 4-4 18 15 33 6.0-27 3.5-22 . . . 1-0 2 . . Vann,Ben 12-12 24 4 28 1.0-3 1.0-3 1-39 5 . . . . . Myrick,Patrick 12-5 15 10 25 1.0-5 . 1-0 2 . . 1 . . Grimmett,Terry 11-4 19 5 24 1.0-5 . . 1 . . . . . Williams,Ian 12-12 13 6 19 1.5-8 1.0-7 . . . . . 1 . Schuckman,Luke 11-0 12 6 18 . . . 1 . . . . . Henry,Korie 11-1 9 9 18 1.5-15 1.5-15 . . 1 . 1 . . Butler,Victor 12-1 10 5 15 3.0-26 . . 1 . . . . . Ulmer,Joe 11-0 8 7 15 1.0-2 1.0-2 . 1 . 1-0 1 . . Curran,Casey 3-3 5 8 13 1.0-2 . . 1 . . . . . Pour,Sam 6-0 8 5 13 1.5-5 . . . . . . . . Cervantes,Jake 11-0 4 7 11 2.0-2 . . 1 . 1-0 . . . Schoenberg,Greg 12-9 6 3 9 . . . . . . . 1 . Haug,Brad 12-1 8 1 9 . . . . . . . . . Iverson,Payton 11-0 6 2 8 . . . . . . . . . Jean,Patrick 12-0 6 2 8 . . . 4 . . . . . Williams,Willie 11-0 3 4 7 . . . . . . . . . Knox,Cameron 12-11 3 1 4 . . . . . . . . . Livingston,Zach 10-0 3 . 3 . . . 1 . . 1 . . Holmes,Kevin 6-0 2 . 2 . . . . . . . 1 . Cooper,Justin 12-3 2 . 2 . . . . . 1-0 . . . Rebant,Chris 4-0 . 2 2 . . . . . . . . . Geha,Joe 11-0 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . Oladapo,Adebayo 4-0 1 1 2 0.5-4 0.5-4 . . . . . . . TEAM 8-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . 1 . 1 Hastings,Joe 12-12 1 . 1 . . . . . . 1 . . Schuler,Brody 12-1 1 . 1 . . . . . 1-6 . 2 . Macken,Ryan 2-0 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . Dudley,Steven 2-0 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . Ivanisevic,Steve 12-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . Simoneau,Dane 12-12 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . Garner,Ronnell 9-1 . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . Totals 12-12 481 372 853 74.0-309 34-185 9-99 48 8 12-10 13 5 1 Opponents 12-12 464 360 824 60.0-208 12-92 12-227 50 8 16-0 14 3 2

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Washburn Football Game by Game Tackles - at least 10 tackles UA-A TOT csm Taylor,Jahmil 50-41 91 4-2 Pfannenstiel,Ma 48-43 91 2-1 Wilhoite,Michae 44-37 81 4-0 Brawner,Jared 37-42 79 4-3 Palan-Johnson,D 31-21 52 2-2 Atagi,Bryce 25-25 50 2-1 Desir,Pierre 31-15 46 2-0 Falldorf,Zach 9-24 33 0-1 Hollins,Michael 18-15 33 5-3 Jackson,Cameron 15-18 33 1-0 Vann,Ben 24-4 28 1-0 Myrick,Patrick 15-10 25 1-0 Grimmett,Terry 19-5 24 DNP Williams,Ian 13-6 19 3-1 Schuckman,Luke 12-6 18 1-0 Henry,Korie 9-9 18 DNP Ulmer,Joe 8-7 15 1-0 Butler,Victor 10-5 15 2-1 Pour,Sam 8-5 13 DNP Curran,Casey 5-8 13 1-3 Cervantes,Jake 4-7 11 -

acu mwsu 3-0 1-0 4-5 2-2 3-2 5-4 2-4 2-0 1-2 1-1 6-1 2-4 2-2 2-1 0-1 0-1 3-7 8-3 1-2 2-3 3-0 4-0 1-0 2-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 2-2 - DNP 1-0 1-2 - 0-1 - 1-1 DNP - 3-3 1-2 1-1 DNP

ucm fhsu 4-2 9-2 3-3 5-2 1-0 4-1 DNP 7-6 0-3 4-0 1-5 0-4 4-3 3-1 0-4 0-1 2-2 DNP 2-1 1-2 1-2 2-0 4-2 4-2 2-0 2-0 - - 4-2 1-2 0-1 - 2-0 1-0 - - 1-0 DNP DNP DNP - -

uno psu nwmsu tsu esu mssu 4-8 5-5 5-2 2-3 4-2 6-8 3-4 1-5 14-3 2-4 6-4 4-2 5-6 4-7 7-1 3-6 4-2 2-4 4-3 4-7 3-3 1-5 6-2 2-4 3-0 4-2 3-2 5-6 3-0 0-2 4-1 1-2 2-0 4-2 1-1 1-2 4-1 4-1 7-2 1-0 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-7 0-1 3-2 1-0 2-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 3-2 1-2 0-1 1-1 1-0 1-3 2-0 2-1 4-0 1-1 - 3-0 1-2 1-2 - - - - 5-1 1-0 2-1 3-0 2-0 1-2 - 1-1 2-1 1-0 - 2-0 - 1-0 - 0-1 2-1 1-0 0-1 0-2 - 1-0 4-2 1-0 1-1 1-0 - 1-1 1-2 DNP - 2-1 - - 2-1 1-0 DNP DNP DNP 1-0 - 5-2 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP - 0-2 0-1 1-2 1-1 -

mwsu 1.0-5 1.0-1 3.0-13 - 1.5-11 - - 1.5-2 - -

ucm fhsu - 2.0-5 - - 1.0-5 - - - - DNP - - - 1.0-5 - 0.5-3 DNP 0.5-2 - -

uno 2.0-6 2.0-6 1.0-3 - DNP 1.0-4 - - - -

acu mwsu - 1.0-5 - - - 1.5-9 1.5-4 1.0-10 - - - - - 1.0-1 - - 0.5-0 - - 1.5-15 - - - - - -

ucm fhsu - 1.0-4 - - 1.0-5 - - DNP - - - - - 0.5-3 - 1.0-5 DNP 0.5-2 - - - - - 1.0-2 - -

uno psu nwmsu tsu esu mssu msu 2.0-6 - 1.0-5 1.0-3 - - 1.0-9 - - 2.0-17 0.5-2 - 1.0-12 - - - - - - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP - - 1.0-5 - - 1.0-10 - 0.5-1 - - - - - 0.5-1 - - - - - - - 1.0-3 - - - - - 0.5-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1.0-3 - - - - - DNP - - - - - - -

Game by Game Tackles For Loss - at least 3 tackles for loss UA-A TOT csm acu Palan-Johnson,D 12-0 12.0 1.0-2 - Wilhoite,Michae 6-4 8.0 2.0-6 - Jackson,Cameron 6-2 7.0 1.0-6 - Taylor,Jahmil 5-2 6.0 1.0-7 1.0-3 Hollins,Michael 5-2 6.0 2.0-11 2.5-5 Pfannenstiel,Ma 5-2 6.0 - 1.5-2 Desir,Pierre 5-1 5.5 - 1.5-1 Atagi,Bryce 3-3 4.5 - 1.0-2 Brawner,Jared 1-5 3.5 - 0.5-0 Butler,Victor 3-0 3.0 1.0-2 - Game by Game Sacks - at least 1 sack UA-A TOT csm Palan-Johnson,D 7-0 7.0 - Pfannenstiel,Ma 3-1 3.5 - Jackson,Cameron 3-1 3.5 1.0-6 Hollins,Michael 3-1 3.5 1.0-8 Taylor,Jahmil 3-0 3.0 1.0-7 Wilhoite,Michae 2-1 2.5 2.0-6 Atagi,Bryce 1-2 2.0 - Desir,Pierre 2-0 2.0 - Brawner,Jared 0-3 1.5 - Henry,Korie 1-1 1.5 DNP Vann,Ben 1-0 1.0 - Ulmer,Joe 1-0 1.0 - Williams,Ian 1-0 1.0 1.0-7

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msu 3-7 2-8 2-4 2-5 5-1 1-2 1-2 2-4 DNP 1-1 1-0 1-2 1-1 2-0 1-1 0-2 2-1 1-3 DNP 1-0

psu nwmsu tsu esu mssu msu 1.0-2 1.0-5 1.0-3 1.0-5 - 2.0-10 1.5-5 - 0.5-1 - - 1.0-1 1.0-1 - - - - - 1.0-5 0.5-1 - 2.0-12 0.5-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP - 2.0-17 0.5-2 - 1.0-12 - 1.0-15 1.0-3 - - 1.0-1 0.5-1 - 1.0-4 - - 1.0-1 - 0.5-2 - 0.5-2 0.5-1 1.0-10 - - - - 1.0-14


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ATT GN LS NET 16 87 6 81 13 47 4 43 10 36 5 31 10 18 1 17 9 31 5 26 11 39 4 35 17 126 3 123 15 45 2 43 13 39 0 39 14 92 8 84 5 9 1 8 3 29 0 29 136 598 39 559

TD LNG YPC 1 19 5.1 0 13 3.3 1 8 3.1 0 8 1.7 0 11 2.9 0 7 3.2 1 70 7.2 1 10 2.9 1 9 3.0 1 29 6.0 0 5 1.6 0 17 9.7 6 70 4.1

Brad Haug ATT GN LS NET TD LNG YPC at Colorado Mines 1 2 0 2 0 2 2.0 at Central Missouri 1 4 0 4 0 4 4.0 at Fort Hays State 1 13 0 13 0 13 13 Nebraska-Omaha 1 4 0 4 0 4 4.0 at Truman 2 4 0 4 0 4 2.0 Emporia State 13 63 0 63 0 12 4.8 at Missouri Southern 5 15 0 15 0 4 3.0 vs Midwestern State 2 6 0 6 0 6 3.0 Totals 26 111 0 111 0 13 4.3

DeJuan Beard REC YDS at Central Missouri 2 11 Nebraska-Omaha 2 29 at Pittsburg State 2 28 Northwest Missouri 5 125 at Truman 6 65 Emporia State 3 60 at Missouri Southern 3 19 vs Midwestern State 3 37 Totals 34 629

TD LNG YPC 0 7 5.5 0 20 14.5 1 14 14.0 0 31 25.0 1 32 10.8 1 24 20.0 1 9 6.3 1 19 12.3 9 77 14.4

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Justin Cooper at Colorado Mines Abilene Christian Missouri Western at Central Missouri at Fort Hays State Nebraska-Omaha at Pittsburg State Northwest Missouri at Truman Emporia State at Missouri Southern vs Midwestern State Totals

Terrence Lowe ATT GN LS NET TD LNG YPC at Colorado Mines 3 8 0 8 0 3 2.7 Missouri Western 1 9 0 9 0 9 9.0 at Central Missouri 4 16 0 16 0 9 4.0 at Fort Hays State 3 21 0 21 0 14 7.0 Nebraska-Omaha 3 13 1 12 0 10 4.0 at Pittsburg State 4 23 0 23 0 8 5.8 Northwest Missouri 3 7 0 7 0 4 2.3 at Truman 11 67 3 64 1 39 5.8 at Missouri Southern 2 10 0 10 0 7 5.0 vs Midwestern State 11 76 3 73 1 18 6.6 Totals 45 250 7 243 2 39 5.4

TD LNG YPC 2 44 22.3 0 36 19.3 1 41 18.9 1 49 21.0 4 30 15.3 1 17 14.8 2 29 13.6 0 35 27.0 2 12 8.6 0 32 16.8 1 74 22.3 6 57 17.8

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Greg Schoenberg ATT GN LS NET TD LNG YPC at Colorado Mines 1 0 2 -2 0 0 -2.0 Abilene Christian 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Nebraska-Omaha 1 3 0 3 0 3 3.0 Northwest Missouri 1 3 0 3 0 3 3.0 Emporia State 7 60 1 59 0 43 8.4 at Missouri Southern 3 5 1 4 0 3 1.3 Totals 14 71 4 67 0 43 4.8 Joe Hastings at Central Missouri at Fort Hays State Totals

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TD LNG YPC 1 57 9.1 2 11 3.0 1 15 5.4 2 43 6.0 2 25 6.1 0 47 5.2 0 9 2.8 1 74 14.1 0 18 3.4 2 15 3.2 11 74 5.6

Joe Hastings REC YDS Abilene Christian 7 156 Missouri Western 4 77 at Central Missouri 8 151 at Fort Hays State 6 126 Nebraska-Omaha 8 122 at Pittsburg State 4 59 Northwest Missouri 7 95 at Truman 4 108 Emporia State 5 43 at Missouri Southern 11 185 vs Midwestern State 10 223 Totals 42 758

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Vershon Moore ATT GN LS NET 24 218 0 218 22 74 8 66 21 117 3 114 21 133 8 125 28 176 5 171 16 89 6 83 14 47 8 39 7 99 0 99 13 47 3 44 15 49 1 48 181 1049 42 1007

ATT GN LS NET TD LNG YPC 1 0 6 -6 0 0 -6.0 1 0 6 -6 0 0 -6.0

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TD LNG 0 26  0  26  

Vershon Moore at Colorado Mines Abilene Christian Missouri Western at Central Missouri at Fort Hays State Nebraska-Omaha at Pittsburg State Northwest Missouri at Missouri Southern vs Midwestern State Totals

DeJuan Beard at Pittsburg State Totals

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YDS 26 26 

ATT GN LS NET TD LNG YPC 1 0 1 -1 0 0 -1.0 1 0 1 -1 0 0 -1.0

Dane Simoneau ATT GN LS NET TD LNG YPC at Colorado Mines 4 16 11 5 0 14 1.2 Abilene Christian 3 23 0 23 0 11 7.7 Missouri Western 2 2 2 0 0 2 0.0 at Central Missouri 3 2 19 -17 0 2 -5.7 at Fort Hays State 1 0 10 -10 0 0 -10 Nebraska-Omaha 2 0 14 -14 0 0 -7.0 at Pittsburg State 4 19 17 2 0 10 0.5 Northwest Missouri 1 0 10 -10 0 0 -10 at Truman 1 5 0 5 0 0 5.0 Emporia State 1 1 0 1 1 1 1.0 at Missouri Southern 1 0 11 -11 0 0 -11.0 Totals 23 68 94 -26 1 14 -1.1

Cameron Kasel ATT-CMP-INT YDS TD LNG Nebraska-Omaha 0-1-0  0  0  0  at Truman  4-7-0  72  1  22  Emporia State  4-8-0  22  0  8  vs Midwestern State  2-5-0  11  0  6  Totals 10-21-0  105  1  22  Vershon Moore ATT-CMP-INT at Central Missouri  1-1-0  Totals 1-1-0 

Cameron Kasel at Truman Totals

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Dane Simoneau ATT-CMP-INT YDS TD LNG at Colorado Mines 21-28-2  300  2  49  Abilene Christian  19-26-1  319  2  44  Missouri Western  21-40-3  271  0  36  at Central Missouri  20-40-1  344  4  51  at Fort Hays State  11-21-0  222  3  51  Nebraska-Omaha  21-26-0  278  4  30  at Pittsburg State  14-31-2  203  3  45  Northwest Missouri  22-42-2  332  3  31  at Truman  15-25-0  237  3  35  Emporia State  16-29-0  218  4  30  at Missouri Southern  25-40-0  385  2  49  vs Midwestern State  18-26-1  350  3  74  Totals 223-374-12  3,459  33  74 

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ATT GN LS NET TD LNG YPC 2 6 3 3 0 6 1.5 2 26 0 26 0 16 13.0 4 32 3 29 0 16 7.2

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Ronnell Garner ATT GN LS NET TD LNG YPC at Missouri Southern 2 13 6 7 0 13 3.5 Totals 2 13 6 7 0 13 3.5 Tore’ Hurst ATT GN LS NET TD LNG YPC vs Midwestern State 1 3 0 3 0 3 3.0 Totals 1 3 0 3 0 3 3.0

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ATT GN LS NET TD LNG YPC 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

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Justin Cooper REC YDS at Colorado Mines 1 0 Abilene Christian 3 6 Missouri Western 4 28 at Central Missouri 2 26 Nebraska-Omaha 1 11 at Pittsburg State 1 17 Northwest Missouri 1 13 Emporia State 2 38 vs Midwestern State 3 23 Totals 18 162

TD LNG YPC 0 0 0.0 0 10 2.0 0 12 7.0 0 16 13.0 0 11 11.0 0 17 17.0 0 13 13.0 0 30 19.0 0 11 7.7 0 30 9.0

Ronnell Garner REC Northwest Missouri 4 at Truman 3 Emporia State 2 at Missouri Southern 6 vs Midwestern State 1 Totals 16

YDS 31 44 34 98 33 240

TD 0 2 0 0 0 2

LNG 16 22 26 49 33 49

YPC 7.8 14.7 17.0 16.3 33.0 15.0

Tore’ Hurst REC Missouri Western 1 at Central Missouri 1 at Fort Hays State 1 at Pittsburg State 1 Northwest Missouri 1 at Truman 2 Emporia State 2 at Missouri Southern 3 vs Midwestern State 3 Totals 15

YDS 6 21 5 22 13 35 19 70 45 236

TD 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 6

LNG 6 21 5 22 13 26 11 47 34 47

YPC 6.0 21.0 5.0 22.0 13.0 17.5 9.5 23.3 15.0 15.7

Travis Mosby REC YDS at Colorado Mines 1 32 Abilene Christian 1 31 Missouri Western 2 43 at Central Missouri 4 91 at Fort Hays State 1 7 Nebraska-Omaha 2 27 at Pittsburg State 1 45 Emporia State 2 14 Totals 14 290

TD LNG YPC 0 32 32.0 0 31 31.0 0 35 21.5 1 51 22.8 0 7 7.0 0 14 13.5 0 45 45.0 0 8 7.0 1 51 20.7

Vershon Moore REC Missouri Western 5 at Central Missouri 2 at Fort Hays State 1 at Pittsburg State 3 Northwest Missouri 1 at Missouri Southern 1 Totals 13

TD 0 1 0 0 1 0 2

YDS 40 30 17 24 25 13 149

LNG 11 19 17 14 25 13 25

Jake Iverson REC at Colorado Mines 2 Abilene Christian 1 at Truman 1 Emporia State 1 Totals 5

YDS 25 6 11 18 60

TD 0 0 0 0 0

LNG 13 6 11 18 18

YPC 12.5 6.0 11.0 18.0 12.0

Patrick Jean Missouri Western at Central Missouri at Fort Hays State Nebraska-Omaha Totals

Punt Returns Kickoff Returns NO YDS LNG TD NO YDS LNG TD 0 0 0 0 3 56 31 0 0 0 0 0 4 57 18 0 0 0 0 0 1 35 35 0 0 0 0 0 3 74 58 0 0 0 0 0 11 222 58 0

Greg Schoenberg REC YDS Missouri Western 1 26 Nebraska-Omaha 2 36 Totals 3 62

TD LNG YPC 0 26 26.0 Punt Returns Kickoff Returns 0 23 18.0 Cameron Knox NO YDS LNG TD NO YDS LNG TD 0 26 20.7 Nebraska-Omaha 0 0 0 0 1 21 21 0 Totals 0 0 0 0 1 21 21 0 Terrence Lowe REC YDS TD LNG YPC Northwest Missouri 1 4 0 4 4.0 Punt Returns Kickoff Returns at Truman 1 7 0 7 7.0 Greg Schoenberg NO YDS LNG TD NO YDS LNG TD Totals 2 11 0 7 5.5 at Pittsburg State 0 0 0 0 1 22 22 0 Northwest Missouri 1 11 0 0 1 0 0 0 Dane Simoneau REC YDS TD LNG YPC Totals 1 11 0 0 2 22 22 0 Abilene Christian* 0 3 0 0 at Central Missouri 1 26 0 26 26.0 Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Totals 1 29 0 26 29.0 Brody Schuler NO YDS LNG TD NO YDS LNG TD *off a deflection no reception awarded at Truman 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Korie Henry REC YDS TD LNG YPC Emporia State 1 6 1 6 6.0 Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Totals 1 6 1 6 6.0 Joe Ulmer NO YDS LNG TD NO YDS LNG TD at Fort Hays State 0 0 0 0 1 25 25 0 Graham Thurber REC YDS TD LNG YPC Totals 0 0 0 0 1 25 25 0 Emporia State 1 4 0 4 4.0 Totals 1 4 0 4 4.0 Interception Returns Pierre Desir NO YDS TD LNG Punt/Kickoff Returns at Central Missouri 1 0 0 0 Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Nebraska-Omaha 1 31 0 31 DeJuan Beard NO YDS LNG TD NO YDS LNG TD Northwest Missouri 1 17 0 17 Missouri Western 2 23 16 0 0 0 0 0 at Missouri Southern 1 1 0 1 at Fort Hays State 1 12 12 0 0 0 0 0 vs Midwestern State 1 11 0 11 at Pittsburg State 3 27 13 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 5 60 0 31 Northwest Missouri 1 18 18 0 0 0 0 0 at Truman 5 74 34 0 1 21 21 0 Zach Falldorf NO YDS TD LNG Emporia State 2 39 37 0 0 0 0 0 Emporia State 1 0 0 0 at Missouri Southern 2 5 8 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 1 0 0 0 vs Midwestern State 1 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 17 201 37 0 1 21 21 0 Patrick Myrick NO YDS TD LNG at Central Missouri 1 0 0 0 Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Totals 1 0 0 0 Casey Curran NO YDS LNG TD NO YDS LNG TD Abilene Christian 1 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 Marty Pfannenstiel NO YDS TD LNG Missouri Western 1 9 9 0 0 0 0 0 vs Midwestern State 1 0 0 0 Totals 2 13 9 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 1 0 0 0

YPC 8.0 15.0 17.0 8.0 25.0 13.0 11.5 Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Pierre Desir NO YDS LNG TD NO YDS LNG TD Cameron Knox REC YDS TD LNG YPC at Colorado Mines 0 0 0 0 1 22 22 0 at Colorado Mines 2 24 0 17 12.0 Abilene Christian 0 0 0 0 5 98 30 0 Abilene Christian 2 37 0 22 18.5 Missouri Western 0 0 0 0 3 63 25 0 Missouri Western 1 18 0 18 18.0 at Central Missouri 0 0 0 0 4 89 31 0 at Central Missouri 1 14 0 14 14.0 at Fort Hays State 0 0 0 0 3 47 24 0 Nebraska-Omaha 2 34 0 18 17.0 at Missouri Southern 0 0 0 0 1 14 14 0 at Pittsburg State 1 1 0 1 1.0 Totals 0 0 0 0 17 333 31 0 Northwest Missouri 1 21 0 21 21.0 at Truman 1 19 0 19 19.0 Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Totals 11 168 0 22 15.3 Mark Fancher NO YDS LNG TD NO YDS LNG TD at Colorado Mines 2 15 8 0 0 0 0 0 Brody Schuler REC YDS TD LNG YPC Northwest Missouri 0 0 0 0 2 14 12 0 at Colorado Mines 2 18 1 10 9.0 Totals 2 15 8 0 2 14 12 0 Abilene Christian 2 26 0 15 13.0 Missouri Western 2 27 0 15 13.5 Punt Returns Kickoff Returns at Fort Hays State 2 67 1 51 33.5 Ronnell Garner NO YDS LNG TD NO YDS LNG TD Nebraska-Omaha 3 19 0 12 6.3 Missouri Western 1 47 47 1 1 33 33 0 Totals 11 157 2 51 14.3 at Pittsburg State 0 0 0 0 2 49 26 0 Northwest Missouri 0 0 0 0 3 47 19 0 Brad Haug REC YDS TD LNG YPC at Truman 0 0 0 0 1 28 28 0 Abilene Christian 3 54 0 28 18.0 at Missouri Southern 0 0 0 0 1 27 27 0 Missouri Western 1 6 0 6 6.0 Totals 1 47 47 1 11 202 33 0 Nebraska-Omaha 1 0 0 0 0.0 at Pittsburg State 1 7 0 7 7.0 Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Northwest Missouri 1 5 0 5 5.0 Joe Hastings NO YDS LNG TD NO YDS LNG TD at Truman 1 20 0 20 20.0 at Truman 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Emporia State 1 4 0 4 4.0 Totals 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Missouri Southern 1 0 0 0 0.0 Totals 10 96 0 28 9.6

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YDS 39 39

TD 0 0

LNG 39 39

Austin Hills NO YDS AVG LNG Blk TB FC 50+ I20 at Colorado Mines 2  59  29.5  46  0  0  0  0  0  Abilene Christian  3  131  43.7  46  0  0  2  0  2  Missouri Western 6  227  37.8  45  0  1  4  0  2  at Central Missouri  3  111  37.0  42  0  1  2  0  0  at Fort Hays State  1  40  40.0  40  0  0  1  0  1  Nebraska-Omaha 2  66  33.0  44  0  0  1  0  0  at Pittsburg State  7  274  39.1  53  0  2  2  2  2  Northwest Missouri 5  230  46.0  61  0  0  2  2  0  at Truman  4  164  41.0  48  0  1  3  0  3  Emporia State  5  217  43.4  48  0  0  1  0  3  at Missouri Southern  1  40  40.0  40  0  0  1  0  1  vs Midwestern State  4  121  30.2  31  0  0  1  0  1  Totals 43 1680 39.1 61 0 5 20 4 15


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at Pittsburg State (Oct 16) at Pittsburg State (Oct 16) at Pittsburg State (Oct 16) at Pittsburg State (Oct 16) at Central Missouri (Sep 25) at Central Missouri (Sep 25) at Central Missouri (Sep 25) at Central Missouri (Sep 25) three times vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 23) at Central Missouri (Sep 25) at Central Missouri (Sep 25) at Central Missouri (Sep 25) four times at Central Missouri (Sep 25) vs Midwestern State (Dec 04) vs Emporia State (Nov 06) two times vs Missouri Western (Sep 18)

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Opponent Team Superlatives Rushes 53 Yards Rushing 346 Yards Per Rush 6.5 TD Rushes 5 Pass attempts 42 Pass completions 32 Yards Passing 447 Yards Per Pass 10.6 TD Passes 4 Total Plays 82 Total Offense 553 Yards Per Play 8.1 Points 55 Sacks By 2 First Downs 27 Penalties 11 Penalty Yards 105 Turnovers 4 Interceptions By 3

at Colorado Mines (Aug 28) at Colorado Mines (Aug 28) at Colorado Mines (Aug 28) vs Midwestern State (Dec 04) vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 23) at Missouri Southern (Nov 13) at Missouri Southern (Nov 13) vs Abilene Christian (Sep 04) four times at Central Missouri (Sep 25) at Colorado Mines (Aug 28) vs Midwestern State (Dec 04) three times two times at Colorado Mines (Aug 28) vs Missouri Western (Sep 18) vs Missouri Western (Sep 18) at Colorado Mines (Aug 28) three times

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Washburn Team Superlatives Rushes 50 Yards Rushing 311 Yards Per Rush 6.2 TD Rushes 3 Pass attempts 42 Pass completions 25 Yards Passing 385 Yards Per Pass 12.3 TD Passes 4 =Total Plays 83 Total Offense 611 Yards Per Play 8.3 Points 45 Sacks By 6 First Downs 28 Penalties 16 Penalty Yards 115 Turnovers 5 Interceptions By 2

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Opponent Individual Superlatives Rushes 21 two times Yards Rushing 141 Isaac,Terrance, at Pittsburg State (Oct 16) TD Rushes 3 Isaac,Terrance, at Pittsburg State (Oct 16) Long Rush 34 Smith,Jeff, at Pittsburg State (Oct 16) Pass attempts 42 Czerniewski,Eri, at Central Missouri (Sep 25) Pass completions 32 Czerniewski,Eri, at Central Missouri (Sep 25) Yards Passing 447 Czerniewski,Eri, at Central Missouri (Sep 25) TD Passes 4 three times Long Pass 75 Garcia,Clay, at Colorado Mines (Aug 28) Receptions 9 two times Yards Receiving 167 Warren,Jamorris, at Central Missouri (Sep 25) TD Receptions 3 Warren,Jamorris, at Central Missouri (Sep 25) Long Reception 75 Renken,Cody, at Colorado Mines (Aug 28) Field Goals 2 two times Long Field Goal 40 Kimbrough,Tyler, at Fort Hays State (Oct 02) Punts 10 Phillips,Eric, at Truman State Univ. (Oct 30) Punting Avg 55.0 Accardi,Taylor, at Colorado Mines (Aug 28) Long Punt 75 Accardi,Taylor, at Colorado Mines (Aug 28) Long Punt Return 72 Simmons,Jordan, vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 23) Long Kickoff Return 93 -Harkless,D.C, vs Abilene Christian (Sep 04) Tackles 15 Tucker,James, at Colorado Mines (Aug 28) Sacks 2.0 Barrett,Shaquil, vs Nebraska-Omaha (Oct 09) Tackles For Loss 3.0 two times Interceptions 2 two times

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Washburn Individual Superlatives Rushes 28 Moore,Vershon at Fort Hays State (Oct 02) Yards Rushing 218 Moore,Vershon at Colorado Mines (Aug 28) TD Rushes 2 four times Long Rush 74 Moore,Vershon vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 23) Pass attempts 42 Simoneau,Dane vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 23) Pass completions 25 Simoneau,Dane at Missouri Southern (Nov 13) Yards Passing 385 Simoneau,Dane at Missouri Southern (Nov 13) TD Passes 4 three times Long Pass 74 Simoneau,Dane vs Midwestern State (Dec 04) Receptions 13 Hastings,Joe at Colorado Mines (Aug 28) Yards Receiving 223 Hastings,Joe vs Midwestern State (Dec 04) TD Receptions 4 Hastings,Joe vs Nebraska-Omaha (Oct 09) Long Reception 74 Hastings,Joe vs Midwestern State (Dec 04) Field Goals 4 Ivanisevic,Steve vs Nebraska-Omaha (Oct 09) Long Field Goal 49 Ivanisevic,Steve vs Nebraska-Omaha (Oct 09) Punts 7 Hills,Austin at Pittsburg State (Oct 16) Punting Avg 46.0 Hills,Austin vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 23) Long Punt 61 Hills,Austin vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 23) Long Punt Return 47 Garner,Ronnell vs Missouri Western (Sep 18) Long Kickoff Return 58 Jean,Patrick vs Nebraska-Omaha (Oct 09) Tackles 17 Pfannenstiel,Marty vs Northwest Missouri (Oct 23) Sacks 2.0 three times Tackles For Loss 3.0 Jackson,Cameron vs Missouri Western (Sep 18) Interceptions 1 nine times

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Vistine Vistine Vistine Vistine Vistine Vistine Vistine Vistine Vistine Vistine Vistine Vistine

Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones

Hastings Hastings Hastings Hastings Hastings Hastings Hastings Hastings Hastings Hastings Hastings Hastings

Iverson Iverson Iverson Iverson Mosby Mosby Mosby Beard Beard Beard Beard Beard

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Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson

Taylor Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel

Atagi Brawner Brawner Atagi Brawner Brawner Brawner Brawner Brawner Brawner Brawner Brawner

Hollins Hollins Hollins Hollins Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor

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#10 Washburn

34

#6 Abilene Christian 34

Colorado Mines

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#9 Washburn

26

Score by Quarters #6 Abilene Christian 3 #9 Washburn 6

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9 - 34 Record: (1-0) 7 - 29 Record: (0-1)

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10 - 34 Record: (1-0) 7 - 26 Record: (1-1)

RECEIVING: Washburn-Hastings,Joe 13-201; Iverson,Jake 2-25; Knox,Cameron 2-24; Schuler,Brody 2-18; Mosby,Travis 1-32; Cooper,Justin 1-0. Colorado Mines-Renken,Cody 8-116; Doucet,Jerrod 8-77; Vinnola,Robbin Team Stats WU CSM 6-51; Kastens,Tom FIRST DOWNS 28 17 4-63; McManigal,Scott RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 50-311 20-9 1-7. PASSING YDS (NET) 300 314 Passes Att-Comp-Int 28-21-2 40-27-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 78-611 60-323 INTERCEPTIONS: Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Washburn-None. Punt Returns-Yards 2-15 1-10 Colorado MinesKickoff Returns-Yards 4-40 7-159 Wood,Ryan 1-25; Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 2-25 Goracke,Kyle Punts (Number-Avg) 2-29.5 6-55.0 1-0. Fumbles-Lost 3-3 4-4 Penalties-Yards 10-83 6-41 FUMBLES: Possession Time 32:55 27:05 WashburnThird-Down Conversions 6 of 11 5 of 13 Lowe,Terrence 1-1. Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 1 of 1 Colorado Mines-Jahre Red-Zone Scores-Chances 5-6 2-3 Cheeseman 1-0; Sacks By: Number-Yards 6-34 2-11

RECEIVING: Abilene Christian-Edmund Gates 5-138; Daryl Richardson 5-27; Emery Dudensing 5-26; Kendrick Johnson 3-23; Raymond Radway 3-11; Taylor Gabriel 1-13; Benm Gibbs 1-7; Darrell Cantu-Harkle 1-2. Team Stats ACU WU Washburn-Hastings,Joe FIRST DOWNS 18 25 7-156; Haug,Brad 3-54; RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 32-99 40-132 Cooper,Justin 3-6; PASSING YDS (NET) 247 319 Knox,Cameron 2-37; Passes Att-Comp-Int. 30-24-0 26-19-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 62-346 66-451 Schuler,Brody 2-26; Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Mosby,Travis 1-31; Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 1-4 Iverson,Jake 1-6; Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-163 5-98 Simoneau,Dane 0-3. Interception Returns-Yards 1-31 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 3-29.7 3-43.7 INTERCEPTIONS: Fumbles-Lost 0-0 4-3 Abilene ChristianPenalties-Yards 9-65 9-82 Darien Williams 1-31. Possession Time 33:32 26:28 Washburn-None. Third-Down Conversions 8 of 16 4 of 11 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 2 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 3-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-9 2-4

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PASSING: Abilene Christian-Mitchell Gale 24-30-0-247. Washburn-Simoneau,Dane 19-261-319.

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PASSING: Washburn-Simoneau,Dane 21-28-2-300. Colorado Mines-Garcia,Clay 27-40-0314.

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Individual Stats RUSHING: Abilene Christian-Daryl Richardson 21-74; Mitchell Gale 5-26; Darrell CantuHarkle 3-3; Courtney Lane 1-minus 2; TEAM 2-minus 2. Washburn-Moore,Vershon 22-66; Cooper,Justin 13-43; Simoneau,Dane 3-23; Hills,Austin 1-0; Schoenberg,Greg 1-0.

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Individual Stats RUSHING: Washburn-Moore,Vershon 24-218; Cooper,Justin 16-81; Lowe,Terrence 3-8; Simoneau,Dane 4-5; Haug,Brad 1-2; TEAM 1-minus 1; Schoenberg,Greg 1-minus 2. Colorado Mines-Palmer,Dan 9-16; Renken,Cody 1-0; Garcia,Clay 10-minus 7.

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Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 05:33 WU Moore,Vershon 1 yd run (Hills,Austin rush failed) 03:31 ACU Morgan Lineberry 21 yd field goal 2nd Quarter 03:44 ACU Daryl Richardson 27 yd run (Morgan Lineberry kick) 01:18 ACU Edmund Gates 51 yd pass from Mitchell Gale (Morgan Lineberry kick) 00:11 WU Hastings,Joe 6 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Simoneau,Dane pass failed) 3rd Quarter 03:57 ACU Emery Dudensing 4 yd pass from Mitchell Gale (Morgan Lineberry kick) 02:03 WU Hastings,Joe 44 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 4th Quarter 14:17 ACU Morgan Lineberry 33 yd field goal 04:23 ACU Edmund Gates 41 yd pass from Mitchell Gale (Morgan Lineberry kick) 02:41 WU Moore,Vershon 1 yd run (Ivanisevic,Steve kick)

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Scoring Summary 2nd Quarter 09:41 CSM Vinnola,Robbin 2 yd pass from Garcia,Clay (McVay,Paul kick) 08:32 WU Hastings,Joe 30 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 07:08 CSM Renken,Cody 75 yd pass from Garcia,Clay (McVay,Paul kick failed) 07:07 CSM TEAM safety 3rd Quarter 10:32 WU Ivanisevic,Steve 37 yd field goal 06:42 WU Schuler,Brody 8 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Cooper,Justin rush) 02:41 WU Moore,Vershon 18 yd run (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 01:27 CSM Doucet,Jerrod 9 yd pass from Garcia,Clay (McVay,Paul kick) 4th Quarter 13:34 WU Ivanisevic,Steve 27 yd field goal 12:02 CSM Renken,Cody 34 yd pass from Garcia,Clay (McVay,Paul kick) 03:53 WU Cooper,Justin 6 yd run (Cooper,Justin rush failed)

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Score by Quarters #10 Washburn 0 Colorado Mines 0

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TOPEKA, Kan. -- The No. 9 Washburn Ichabods fell 34-26 to No. 6 Abilene Christian in front of nearly 6,900 fans on Saturday night in Yager Stadium. The Ichabods jumped out to the early lead with 5:33 to go in the opening quarter on a 1-yard touchdown plunge by Vershon Moore and the extra point attempt was missed after a bad snap. After trading possessions to start the second half, ACU went up 24-12 on a 4-yard pass from Gale to Emery Dudensign with 3:57 to go in the third quarter. But the Ichabods answered with a 44-yard touchdown catch by Hastings from Simoneau with 2:03 to go in the third quarter to cut the Wildcat lead to 24-19. The Wildcats stretched the lead to 27-19 on a 33-yard field goal by Morgan Lineberry with 14:17 to play in the game and would pull out to a 15-point lead at 34-19 with 4:23 to go in the game. Washburn again answered with a touchdown drive of 80 yards capped by a Moore 1-yard run on a fourth and one from the ACU one yard line pulling the Ichabods within eight at 34-26. The Ichabods forced a threeand-out on the Wildcats, but the punt was bobbled turning possession back to the Wildcats who would then end the game with a single knee sealing the 34-26 win. The Ichabods led the Wildcats in first downs (22 to 18), rushing (126 to 96) and passing (442 to 342). Moore led the Ichabods on the ground with 66 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries. Simoneau finished 19 of 25 for 316 yards and two scores - both going to Hastings who finished the game with seven catches for 156 yards.

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GOLDEN, Colo. -- The No. 10 Washburn Ichabods survived five turnovers while racking up 611 yards in total offense in a come-from-behind 34-29 win over Colorado Mines in the season opener. With the Orediggers looking to go ahead for the game-winning drive, CSM reached the Ichabod 33 before Jahmil Taylor sacked Garcia and the fumble was recovered by Marty Pfannenstiel with 2:13 to go in the game. Washburn would then run out the clock converting two third down plays to wrap up the game and the five-point victory. The Washburn defense limited the Orediggers to 323 total yards while holding CSM to nine net rushing yards on 20 attempts. Michael Hollins led the Ichabods with eight tackles with five solo stops along with two tackles for loss and a sack adding a forced fumble. Jared Brawner finished with seven tackles. The Ichabods finished with 611 total yards with 300 coming through the air for Dane Simoneau who completed 21 of 28 attempts with two touchdowns and the two picks. His favorite target was Joe Hastings who recorded a career-high 201 yards on 13 receptions becoming the first Ichabod to go over 200 receiving yards since Sam Sissom did against Western Washington on Sept. 9, 2006. The 13 receptions also tied a Washburn single game record matching Ron Hamilton’s total from Oct. 11, 1980 against Wayne State. 7 15

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Game 4

Sept. 18, 2010 • Yager Stadium • Att: 5,855

Sept. 25, 2010 • Walton Stadium • Att: 9,831

#11 Missouri Western 36

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#15 Washburn

#21 Central Missouri 55

33

45

TOPEKA, Kan. -- The No. 15-ranked Washburn Ichabods mounted a furious comeback in the second half with an 82-minute lightning delay in the second half but came up short as the No. 11-ranked Missouri Western Griffons scored late sealing a 36-33 win. After the Ichabods scored the first points of the game on a 47-yard punt return by Ronnell Garner, the Griffons would score the next 28 points to take a 28-7 lead into the break at halftime. Coming out of the break, the Ichabods forced the Griffons into a three-and-out and would then go nine plays covering 36 yards capped by a 28-yard field goal by Steve Ivanisevic. The game was suspended at 8:12 p.m. for lightning and would not resume for 82 minutes later at 9:34 p.m. The Ichabods went up 33-28 on a 1-yard touchdown plunge by Justin Cooper with 5:55 to play in the game. But the Griffons would go on for the go-ahead score on a 60-yard drive going eight plays on a 36-yard reception by Hill from Newhart with 1:54 to go with the Griffons adding the two-point conversion putting them up 36-33.

WARRENSBURG, Mo. -- The Washburn Ichabods and No. 21-ranked Central Missouri Mules combined for 100 points, 54 first downs, 1,071 offensive yards and 817 yards through the air in a 55-45 loss Saturday afternoon. Moore recorded 155 all-purpose yards with 125 yards rushing on 21 carries and two touchdowns on the ground while grabbing two catches for 30 yards and a touchdown. He also completed a 26-yard pass to Simoneau from a running back position. Hastings finished with 151 yards yards receiving and the first half touchdown reception. Simoneau was 20 of 40 for 344 yards with the four touchdown passes hitting seven different receivers in the game. Defensively Pierre Desir had seven tackles with a fumble recovery and an interception. Luke Schuckman, Jahmil Taylor, Patrick Myrick, Marty Pfannenstiel and Bryce Atagi each had six tackles. Myrick had an interception as well. Cameron Jackson had a sack for the Ichabods. The ichabods and Mules each had 27 first downs with 14 coming through the air for the Ichabods. Washburn had 518 yards of total offense while the Mules had 553. Washburn had 83 total plays in the game. A week after the Ichabods had 16 penalties against Missouri Western, the Ichabods were flagged for five penalties for 52 yards.

Score by Quarters #11 Missouri Western 14 #15 Washburn 7

Score by Quarters Washburn #21 Central Missouri

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 12:36 WU 10:22 MWSU 06:55 MWSU 2nd Quarter 13:01 MWSU 02:20 MWSU 3rd Quarter 10:29 WU 10:11 WU 05:09 WU 03:06 WU 4th Quarter 05:55 WU 01:54 MWSU

14 0

0 20

8 6

- 36 Record: (3-0, 1-0) - 33 Record: (1-2, 0-1)

Garner,Ronnell 47 yd punt return (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) Hill,Michael 52 yd pass from Newhart,Drew (Beckwith,Brad kick) Downing,Terrell 3 yd pass from Newhart,Drew (Beckwith,Brad kick) Clausen,Adam 8 yd pass from Newhart,Drew (Beckwith,Brad kick) Williams,Deondre 80 yd interception return (Beckwith,Brad kick) Ivanisevic,Steve 28 yd field goal Jackson,Cameron 0 yd fumble recovery (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) Moore,Vershon 3 yd run (Knox,Cameron pass from Simoneau,Dane) TEAM safety Cooper,Justin 1 yd run (Simoneau,Dane pass failed) Hill,Michael 36 yd pass from Newhart,Drew (Fowler,David pass from Newhart)

Individual Stats

RUSHING: Missouri Western-Hill,Michael 15-56; Hodges,Thomas 9-20; Bass,David 1-6; TEAM 2-minus 4; Newhart,Drew 8-minus 21. Washburn-Moore,Vershon 21-114; Cooper,Justin 10-31; Lowe,Terrence 1-9; Simoneau,Dane 2-0. PASSING: Missouri Western-Newhart,Drew 19-31-0-260. Washburn-Simoneau,Dane 21-40-3-271. RECEIVING: Missouri Western-Clausen,Adam 6-46; Hill,Michael 5-130; Mead,Andrew 2-31; Fannin,TJ 2-25; Downing,Terrell 2-15; Fowler,David 1-10; Hodges,Thomas 1-3. WashburnMoore,Vershon 5-40; Hastings,Joe 4-77; Cooper,Justin 4-28; Mosby,Travis 2-43; Schuler,Brody 2-27; Schoenberg,Greg 1-26; Knox,Cameron Team Stats MWSU WU 1-18; Hurst,Tore 1-6; FIRST DOWNS 18 21 Haug,Brad 1-6. INTERCEPTIONS: Missouri WesternWilliams,Deondre 2-82; Glades,Matt 1-13. Washburn-None. FUMBLES: Missouri Western-Newhart,Drew 3-1; Hill,Michael 1-1; Fannin,TJ 1-0; Downing,Terrell 1-1. Washburn-None.

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

35-57 34-154 260 271 31-19-0 40-21-3 66-317 74-425 0-0 1-4 0-0 4-79 6-126 7-152 3-95 0-0 5-34.4 6-37.8 6-3 0-0 7-55 16-115 30:08 29:52 4 of 13 4 of 14 2 of 2 0 of 2 2-2 3-4 1-2 6-40

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14 21

10 - 45 Record: (1-3, 0-2) 13 - 55 Record: (4-1, 3-0)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 11:57 UCM Warren,Jamorris 29 yd pass from Czerniewski,Eri ( Jamieson,Aaron kick) 10:41 WU Mosby,Travis 51 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 03:57 WU Hurst,Tore 21 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 2nd Quarter 14:52 UCM Czerniewski,Eri 7 yd run ( Jamieson,Aaron kick) 11:25 UCM Stewart,Anthony 2 yd run ( Jamieson,Aaron kick) 00:52 WU Hastings,Joe 19 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 3rd Quarter 12:14 UCM Hubbard,Tywon 1 yd run ( Jamieson,Aaron kick) 09:55 WU Moore,Vershon 7 yd run (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 09:40 UCM Warren,Jamorris 68 yd pass from Czerniewski,Eri ( Jamieson,Aaron kick) 06:35 WU Moore,Vershon 10 yd run (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 01:34 UCM Cosby,DeMarco 19 yd pass from Czerniewski,Eri ( Jamieson,Aaron kick) 4th Quarter 13:33 WU Ivanisevic,Steve 22 yd field goal 11:46 UCM Warren,Jamorris 34 yd pass from Czerniewski,Eri ( Jamieson,Aaron kick failed) 07:57 WU Moore,Vershon 19 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 03:56 UCM Hubbard,Tywon 13 yd run ( Jamieson,Aaron kick) Individual Stats

Washburn-Moore,Vershon 21-125; Cooper,Justin 10-17; Lowe,Terrence 4-16; Haug,Brad 1-4; Hastings,Joe 2-3; TEAM 1-0; Simoneau,Dane 3-minus 17. Central Missouri-Hubbard,Tywon 13-43; Stewart,Anthony 6-30; Warren,Jamorris 1-24; Czerniewski,Eri 3-12; Boehringer,B. 1-0; TEAM 2-minus 3. PASSING: Washburn-Simoneau,Dane 20-40-1-344; Moore,Vershon 1-1-0-26. Central Missouri-Czerniewski,Eri 32-42-2-447. RECEIVING: Washburn-Hastings,Joe 8-151; Mosby,Travis 4-91; Moore,Vershon 2-30; Cooper,Justin 2-26; Beard,DeJuan 2-11; Simoneau,Dane 1-26; Hurst,Tore 1-21; Knox,Cameron 1-14. Central Missouri-Cosby,DeMarco 7-78; Warren,Jamorris 6-167; Stewart,Anthony 5-62; Cannon,David 3-47; Mason,Seth 3-31; Boehringer,B. 3-14; Allison,Reid 2-21; Dyer,Taylor 1-16; Hubbard,Tywon 1-9;

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

UCM WU 27 27 42-148 26-106 370 447 41-21-1 44-32-2 83-518 68-553 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 8-146 7-110 2-0 1-0 3-37.0 3-36.3 2-1 3-2 5-42 10-103 33:15 26:45 8 of 16 4 of 10 0 of 3 2 of 2 5-5 5-6 1-5 2-19


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38

Nebraska-Omaha

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Fort Hays State

27

Washburn

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- 38 Record: (2-3, 1-2) - 27 Record: (3-2, 1-2)

RECEIVING: Washburn-Hastings,Joe 6-126; Schuler,Brody 2-67; Moore,Vershon 1-17; Mosby,Travis 1-7; Hurst,Tore 1-5. Fort Hays State-Gadwood,Beau 9-103; Walker,James 7-54; Murdock,O.J. 4-73; Williams,Chris 3-45; Scales,Cordarol 2-29.

Individual Stats Nebraska-Omaha-Terrell,Levi 20-130; Franklin III,Ja 9-37; Teigland,John 8-12; Torneden,Camren 1-0. Washburn-Moore,Vershon 16-83; Cooper,Justin 11-35; Lowe,Terrence 3-12; Haug,Brad 1-4; Schoenberg,Greg 1-3; Mosby,Travis 1-0; TEAM 3-minus 4; Simoneau,Dane 2-minus 14. PASSING: Nebraska-Omaha-Teigland,John 19-28-1-218. Washburn-Simoneau,Dane 21-260-278; Kasel,Cameron 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: Nebraska-OmahaHiggins,Mike 7-73; Franklin III,Ja 3-31; Patent,Jonathan 2-38; Miller,Brian 2-14; Wells,Austin 1-19; Parker,Marques 1-17; Coleman,Justin 1-14; Terrell,Levi 1-6; Marousek,Jake 1-6. Washburn-Hastings,Joe 8-122; Schuler,Brody 3-19; Schoenberg,Greg 2-36; Knox,Cameron 2-34; Beard,DeJuan 2-29; Mosby,Travis 2-27; Cooper,Justin

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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

UNO 23 38-179 218 28-19-1 66-397 0-0 0-0 8-118 0-0 3-27.0 1-0 3-30 30:31 5 of 11 2 of 3 3-3 2-14

WU 21 38-119 278 27-21-0 65-397 0-0 0-0 4-95 1-31 2-33.0 1-0 9-49 29:29 9 of 15 0 of 0 3-3 2-6

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FHSU WU 26 26 46-243 33-145 222 304 21-11-0 40-25-0 67-465 73-449 0-0 0-0 1-12 0-0 5-107 7-110 0-0 0-0 1-40.0 2-39.0 1-0 0-0 3-30 2-10 28:26 31:34 6 of 10 7 of 15 1 of 1 3 of 4 5-5 5-5 4-16 1-10

Ivanisevic,Steve 33 yd field goal Higgins,Mike 3 yd pass from Teigland,John (Ramsay,Jacob kick) Terrell,Levi 5 yd run (Ramsay,Jacob kick)

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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

Higgins,Mike 16 yd pass from Teigland,John (Ramsay,Jacob kick) Ivanisevic,Steve 49 yd field goal Ivanisevic,Steve 39 yd field goal

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INTERCEPTIONS: Washburn-None. Fort Hays State-None.

Hastings,Joe 13 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) Ivanisevic,Steve 48 yd field goal Hastings,Joe 30 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick)

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PASSING: Washburn-Simoneau,Dane 11-21-0-222. Fort Hays State-Garrison,Mike 25-400-304.

Hastings,Joe 27 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) Terrell,Levi 21 yd run (Ramsay,Jacob kick) Hastings,Joe 17 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick)

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Individual Stats RUSHING: Washburn-Moore,Vershon 28-171; Cooper,Justin 9-26; Hastings,Joe 2-26; Lowe,Terrence 3-21; Haug,Brad 1-13; TEAM 2-minus 4; Simoneau,Dane 1-minus 10. Fort Hays State-Garrison,Mike 17-76; Walker,James 13-69; Jacques,Ricky 2-0; Smith,Ed 1-0.

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 13:48 WU 11:25 UNO 04:48 WU 2nd Quarter 11:04 WU 03:50 WU 00:39 WU 3rd Quarter 10:57 UNO 08:40 WU 02:59 WU 4th Quarter 09:38 WU 05:41 UNO 00:55 UNO

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Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 09:52 FHSU Garrison,Mike 5 yd run (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) 04:53 WU Moore,Vershon 1 yd run (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 01:52 FHSU Walker,James 6 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) 2nd Quarter 12:31 WU Ivanisevic,Steve 27 yd field goal 07:37 WU Hastings,Joe 17 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 00:42 WU Hurst,Tore 5 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 3rd Quarter 12:33 WU Moore,Vershon 5 yd run (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 08:06 FHSU Kimbrough,Tyler 36 yd field goal 06:54 WU Schuler,Brody 51 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 00:48 FHSU Kimbrough,Tyler 40 yd field goal 4th Quarter 02:40 FHSU Murdock,O.J. 6 yd pass from Garrison,Mike (Kimbrough,Tyler kick)

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TOPEKA, Kan. -- The Washburn Ichabods won their second straight game and picked up the program’s 500th win in a 40-28 win over Nebraska-Omaha in Yager Stadium. The Ichabods never trailed in the game as it was only tied at 7-7 for 6:31 until the Ichabods would go up for good. Joe Hastings finished the first half with eight catches for 122 yards and four touchdow receptions tying Washburn’s single game record with Troy Slusser who had four scores in a 59-46 win over Emporia State on Nov. 12, 1988 in Topeka. Simoneau finished 21 of 26 for the game with four touchdown passes (all to Hastings) for 278 yards. Vershon Moore led the Ichabod ground game with 83 yards on 16 carries. Defensively for the Ichabods, Jahmil Taylor had 12 tackles and Michael Wilhoite recorded 11 with two tackles for loss. Shaquil Barrett had eight tackles and two sacks for the Mavericks. Each team recorded 397 yards of total offense. The win was the first for the Ichabods over the Mavericks since Oct. 25, 1969 in a 24-21 win in Topeka. Since then the Ichabods were 0-5-1 in six meetings covering a 25-year gap between games. Score by Quarters Nebraska-Omaha 7 0 7 14 - 28 Record: (2-4, 2-2) Washburn 14 17 6 3 - 40 Record: (3-3, 2-2)

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HAYS, Kan. -- The Washburn Ichabods snapped a three-game losing slide with a 38-27 win over Fort Hays State Saturday night at Lewis Field in Hays. Moore finished with 171 yards on 28 carries and two touchdowns to take game honors. Simoneau finished 11 for 21 for 222 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions. Hastings went over the 100-yard mark for the fourth time this season with six receptions for 126 yards and one touchdown. Schuler had six catches for 67 yards and the touchdown reception. Defensively, the Ichabods were led by Jared Brawner who had 13 tackles with seven solo stops and a half sack. Jahmil Taylor had 11 tackles with nine solo stops on his 22nd birthday. Dakota Palan-Johnson had two tackles for loss and four solo tackles. Garrison had 304 yards passing for the Tigers and he led the team in rushing as well with 76 yards. Beau Gadwood had 103 yards receiving on nine catches. Washburn and Fort Hays State each had 26 first downs with 16 coming on the ground for the Ichabods. Washburn outgained the Tigers 465 yards to 449 yards ad 243 to 145 on the ground. Washburn was whistled for three penalties for 30 yards while the Tigers were called for two for 10 yards.

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PITTSBURG, Kan. -- The Washburn Ichabod football team jumped out early and held on late as they won their third straight game in a 35-34 double overtime win in Carnie Smith Stadium. Washburn’s Joe Hastings 16-yard touchdown reception in the second overtime from Dane Simoneau tied the score at 34-34. The Gorillas had the first possession of the second overtime and scored on Terreance Isaac’s third touchdown of the day, but PSU’s extra point was pulled to the left. Steve Ivanisevic’s extra point was final nail locking up the 35-34 win for the Ichabods (4-3, 3-2 MIAA). Neither team scored in the first overtime period. The Ichabods drove to the Gorilla 2-yard line, but Simoneau’s pass was intercepted off a deflection by Nate Dreiling. PSU had a chance to win the game in the first overtime period, but Jake Craig missed from 37-yards out. Cooper led the Ichabods with 123 yards and one touchdown while Simoneau finished 14 of 31 for 203 yards and three touchdowns. Hastings had four catches for 59 yards and the overtime touchdown. Defensively Michael Wilhoite and Jared Brawner head had 11 total tackles. Wilhoite had 1.5 tackles for loss and Brawner recorded a tackle for loss.

TOPEKA, Kan. -- The Washburn Ichabods came up just short in their homecoming upset bid over No. 5 Northwest Missouri falling 41-40 after a Washburn 2-point conversion with 56 seconds to go in the game failed. It was the fourth straight game in the series the final margin was less than three points and the second time in the last four it was one point. The Bearcats (6-1, 6-0 MIAA) took the lead at 41-34 with 11:23 to go in the game on a 31-yard pass reception from Blake Bolles to Josh Baker. With neither team able to pull away in the final quarter, the Ichabods pulled within one at 41-40 when Dane Simoneau hit Joe Hastings on a 29-yard pass on a fourth and seven. After a timeout, the Ichabods came out going for the win and Simoneau’s pass to Hastings fell incomplete. The Ichabods’ attempt at the onside kick fell short and the Bearcats took a knee twice to wrap up their 43rd MIAA victory. Moore led the Ichabods with 99 yards rushing and one touchdown leading a Washburn ground game which recorded 142 yards on 27 carries. Simoneau was 22 of 42 for 332 yards with three touchdown passes. Marty Pfannenstiel led the Ichabods with a career-high 17 tackles with 14 solo stops. He also had three pass break ups, two sacks for 17 yards.

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Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 14:36 WU Cooper,Justin 70 yd run (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 09:41 WU Hurst,Tore 22 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 2nd Quarter 06:16 WU Schuler,Brody 6 yd fumble recovery (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 02:25 PSU Isaac,Terrance 19 yd run (Craig,Jake kick) 00:15 WU Beard,DeJuan 14 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 3rd Quarter 00:35 PSU Dickey,Zac 20 yd run (Craig,Jake kick) 4th Quarter 05:52 PSU Smith,Jeff 34 yd run (Craig,Jake kick) 05:36 PSU Isaac,Terrance 32 yd run (Craig,Jake kick) 2nd Overtime Period -- PSU Isaac,Terrance 25 yd run (Craig,Jake kick failed) -- WU Hastings,Joe 16 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) Individual Stats RUSHING: Washburn-Cooper,Justin 17-123; Moore,Vershon 14-39; Lowe,Terrence 4-23; Simoneau,Dane 4-2; TEAM 1-minus 2; Beard,DeJuan 1-minus 6. Pittsburg StateIsaac,Terrance 13-141; Dickey,Zac 16-110; Wilson,Briceton 13-90; Smith,Jeff 3-32; Clemons,Cardell 2-8; TEAM 1-minus 1; Morris,Nate 1-minus 5; Watkins,Solomon 2-minus 5; Windscheffel,J. 1-minus 10; Witter,Jared 1-minus 14. Washburn-Simoneau,Dane 14-31-2-203. Pittsburg State-Smith,Jeff 8-18-0-55; Dickey,Zac 4-10-0-30. RECEIVING: Washburn-Hastings,Joe 4-59; Moore,Vershon 3-24; Beard,DeJuan 2-28; Mosby,Travis 1-45; Hurst,Tore 1-22; Cooper,Justin 1-17; Haug,Brad 1-7; Knox,Cameron 1-1. Pittsburg StateClemons,Cardell 3-18; Fisher,Derek 3-18; Isaac,Terrance 2-14; Wilson,Briceton 2-11; Lutman,Gavin 1-12; Byford,Blake 1-12.

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 PSU 19 25 41-179 53-346 203 85 31-14-2 28-12-0 72-382 81-431 1-6 0-0 3-27 1-10 3-71 3-34 0-0 2-10 7-39.1 4-47.2 1-1 3-1 7-61 3-24 27:53 32:07 8 of 16 4 of 14 1 of 1 0 of 4 2-4 2-3 1-2 2-17

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Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 07:36 WU 05:49 WU 2nd Quarter 11:17 NWMSU 08:48 NWMSU 08:35 WU 03:27 WU 00:19 NWMSU 3rd Quarter 13:41 NWMSU 04:55 NWMSU 00:28 WU 4th Quarter 13:46 WU 11:23 NWMSU 00:56 WU

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Hastings,Joe 3 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) Moore,Vershon 25 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) Austin,Kelvin 1 yd run (Adolf,Todd kick) Eiken,Justin 31 yd blocked punt return (Adolf,Todd kick) Moore,Vershon 74 yd run (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) Ivanisevic,Steve 37 yd field goal Soy,Jake 8 yd pass from Bolles,Blake (Adolf,Todd kick) Kilgore,Kyle 57 yd pass from Bolles,Blake (Adolf,Todd kick blockd) Simmons,Jordan 2 yd run (Adolf,Todd kick) Cooper,Justin 1 yd run (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) Ivanisevic,Steve 34 yd field goal Baker,Josh 31 yd pass from Bolles,Blake (Adolf,Todd kick) Hastings,Joe 29 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Simoneau,Dane pass failed)

Individual Stats RUSHING: Northwest Missouri-Austin,Kelvin 16-66; Simmons,Jordan 11-39; Bolles,Blake 9-11; Baker,Josh 2-9; TEAM 2-minus 2; Shaw,Tyler 1-minus 15.Washburn-Moore,Vershon 7-99; Cooper,Justin 15-43; Lowe,Terrence 3-7; Schoenberg,Greg 1-3; Simoneau,Dane 1-minus 10. PASSING: Northwest Missouri-Bolles,Blake 27-39-1-333; TEAM 0-1-0-0; Baker,Josh 1-1-010. Washburn-Simoneau,Dane 22-42-2-332. RECEIVING: Northwest Missouri-Baker,Josh 9-107; Soy,Jake 6-69; Shaw,Tyler 5-47; Simmons,Jordan 3-36; Team Stats NWMSU WU Hinchey,John 2-16; FIRST DOWNS 24 19 Austin,Kelvin 2-11; RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 41-108 27-142 Kilgore,Kyle 1-57. PASSING YDS (NET) 343 332 Washburn-Hastings,Joe Passes Att-Comp-Int. 41-28-1 42-22-2 7-95; Beard,DeJuan TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 82-451 69-474 5-125; Garner,Ronnell Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 4-31; Moore,Vershon Punt Returns-Yards 3-134 2-29 1-25; Knox,Cameron Kickoff Returns-Yards 2-31 6-61 1-21; Hurst,Tore 1-13; Interception Returns-Yards 2-15 1-17 Cooper,Justin 1-13; Punts (Number-Avg) 5-39.0 6-38.3 Haug,Brad 1-5; Fumbles-Lost 3-1 0-0 Penalties-Yards 7-54 9-45 Lowe,Terrence 1-4. Possession Time 33:04 26:56 INTERCEPTIONS: Third-Down Conversions 7 of 16 5 of 15 Northwest MissouriFourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 1 of 2 Jones,Ryan 2-15. Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-4 4-4 Washburn-Desir,Pierre Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-10 4-27 1-17.


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14 - 45 Record: (5-4, 4-3) 3 - 12 Record: (4-5, 2-5)

Beard,DeJuan 24 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) Hastings,Joe 9 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick)

Individual Stats RUSHING: Emporia State-Smith,Sheldon 18-111; Horton,Dasor 5-39; Abner,Adrian 8-25; Greene,Justin 4-14; Coursen,Matt 1-12; Smart,Kevin 2-2; Etheridge,Andrew 1-0; Richardson,Shjuan 4-minus 8. Washburn-Cooper,Justin 14-84; Haug,Brad 13-63; Schoenberg,Greg 7-59; Simoneau,Dane 1-1. PASSING: Emporia State-Smith,Sheldon 6-13-1-41; Greene,Justin 2-7-1-26. WashburnSimoneau,Dane 16-29-0-218; Kasel,Cameron 4-8-0-22. RECEIVING: Emporia State-Hageman,Tracey 3-27; Love,Benjamin 1-22; Horton,Dasor 1-8; Johnson,Corey 1-6; Richardson,Shjuan 1-4; Abner,Adrian 1-0. Washburn-Hastings,Joe 5-43; Beard,DeJuan 3-60; Cooper,Justin 2-38; Garner,Ronnell 2-34; Hurst,Tore 2-19; Mosby,Travis 2-14; Iverson,Jake 1-18; Henry,Korie 1-6; Thurber,Graham 1-4; Haug,Brad 1-4. INTERCEPTIONS: Emporia State-None. Washburn-Vann,Ben 1-39; Falldorf,Zach 1-0. FUMBLES: Emporia State-Murphy,Brian 1-1; Smith,Sheldon 1-0. WashburnFalldorf,Zach 1-1.

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RECEIVING: Washburn-Beard,DeJuan 6-65; Hastings,Joe 4-108; Garner,Ronnell 3-44; Hurst,Tore 2-35; Haug,Brad 1-20; Knox,Cameron 1-19; Iverson,Jake 1-11; Lowe,Terrence 1-7. Truman State Univ.WU TSU Mundwiller,Andy 4-32; Team Stats FIRST DOWNS 16 13 Harvey,Donald 1-21; RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 31-63 44-107 Brown,Anthony 1-15; PASSING YDS (NET) 309 87 Grier,Dallas 1-12; Passes Att-Comp-Int. 32-19-0 26-8-0 Roberts,Caleb 1-7. TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 63-372 70-194 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 INTERCEPTIONS: Punt Returns-Yards 7-74 0-0 Washburn-None. Kickoff Returns-Yards 2-49 7-117 Truman State Univ.Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 None. Punts (Number-Avg) 4-41.0 11-30.9 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 1-0 Penalties-Yards 8-71 9-90 FUMBLES: 25:30 34:30 Washburn-Hastings,Joe Possession Time Third-Down Conversions 6 of 13 3 of 16 1-1; Simoneau,Dane Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 2 0 of 1 1-0; TEAM 1-0. Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 2-2 Truman State Univ.Sacks By: Number-Yards 4-17 0-0 Davis,Phillip 1-0.

Henry,Korie 6 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) Simoneau,Dane 1 yd run (Ivanisevic,Steve kick)

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PASSING: Washburn-Simoneau,Dane 15-25-0-237; Kasel,Cameron 4-7-0-72. Truman State Univ.-Davis,Phillip 7-21-0-66; Schottel,Conrad 1-5-0-21.

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Individual Stats RUSHING: Washburn-Lowe,Terrence 11-64; Cooper,Justin 13-39; Simoneau,Dane 1-5; Haug,Brad 2-4; Kasel,Cameron 1-minus 1; TEAM 3-minus 48. Truman State Univ.Mosquera,Will 18-83; Davis,Phillip 21-18; Harvey,Donald 3-6; Weeks,Cory 1-2; TEAM 1-minus 2.

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 13:06 WU 05:01 WU 2nd Quarter 11:40 WU 00:24 WU 3rd Quarter 12:40 WU 02:27 WU

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Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 04:50 TSU Davis,Phillip 2 yd run (Koon,Derek kick) 02:23 WU Hurst,Tore 26 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 2nd Quarter 08:00 TSU TEAM safety 02:02 WU Beard,DeJuan 32 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 00:13 WU Cooper,Justin 1 yd run (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 3rd Quarter 12:02 WU Ivanisevic,Steve 32 yd field goal 05:35 WU Garner,Ronnell 14 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 4th Quarter 10:19 WU Garner,Ronnell 22 yd pass from Kasel,Cameron (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 08:09 WU Lowe,Terrence 39 yd run (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 03:00 TSU Koon,Derek 26 yd field goal

TOPEKA, Kan. -- The Washburn seniors played their final game in Yager Stadium in style recording a 42-0 win over Emporia State in the 107th edition of the Turnpike Tussle. The win was the seventh in a row for the Ichabods in the series and the victory margin was the largest in the series history between the two schools. The Ichabod defense held the Hornets to 13 first downs in the game and 262 total yards (67 passing) while recording the first shutout for the Ichabods over the Hornets since Oct. 9, 1976 in a 21-0 win in Emporia. The Ichabods scored two touchdowns in each of the first three periods in the win.Washburn was led on the ground by Cooper who had 84 yards on 14 carries and the first quarter touchdown. Brad Haug rushed for a season-high 63 yards on 13 attempts. Simoneau was 16 of 29 for 218 yards and four touchdowns while leaving the game after the third quarter. Cameron Kasel came in and finished 4 of 8 for 22 yards. Hastings led the team with five receptions for 43 yards and two touchdowns. Beard had three catches for 60 yards and one touchdown. Austin Hills had five punts for 217 yards averaging 43.4 yards per attempt. Washburn recorded 447 yards of total offense averaging 6.2 yards per play with 207 yards coming on the ground. Score by Quarters Emporia State 0 0 0 0 - 0 Record: (5-6, 3-6) Washburn 14 14 14 0 - 42 Record: (6-4, 5-3)

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KIRKSVILLE, Mo. -- The Washburn Ichabods rolled off 38 unanswered points turning a 9-7 deficit into a 45-12 win over Truman. The Bulldogs scored first to open the scoring after the Ichabods were forced to punt on the opening drive of the game and marched 84 yards capped by a 2-yard Phillip Davis run. However the Ichabods took only 2:19 to respond when the Ichabods knotted the score on a 26-yard touchdown pass from Dane Simoneau to Tore Hurst. The Bulldogs added two more points on a safety when the Ichabods special team units faltered with a bad snap going over Austin Hills’ head into the end zone and Hills pushed it back for the two points for the Bulldogs pushing the Bulldogs to a 9-7 lead with eight minutes to play in the first half. The Ichabods would then score 38 straight points with a 32-yard field goal by Steve Ivanisevic. Simoneau connectd with Ronnell Garner on a 8-yard touchdown pass stretching the Ichabod lead to 31-9 with 5:35 to play in the third quarter following two second quarter touchdowns. Joe Hastings finished with 108 yards on four catches going over the 1,000-yard mark for the season becoming the first Ichabod to record at least that many yards since Sam Sissom did in 2004. Hastings now has 1,095 yards this season.

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Game 9 Oct. 30, 2010 • Stokes Stadium • Att: 1,859


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JOPLIN, Mo. -- The Washburn Ichabods wrapped up the regular season with a 23-7 win over Missouri Southern sealing a 7-4 regular season record. The Ichabods took the opening kickoff and marched 67 yards in five plays capped by a 47-yard touchdown strike from Dane Simoneau to Tore Hurst for the only points of the first quarter. The Lions scored on a Collin Hard pass to Kellen Cox with 9:26 to play in the second quarter tying the score at 7-7. The Ichabods took the lead for good on a Simoneau to DeJuan Beard six-yard touchdown pass with 7:47 to go in the first half. Steve Ivanisevic kicked three field goals in the second half for the lone points for either team. Simoneau finished the game 25 of 40 for 385 yards and two touchdowns raising his single-season to 3,109 yards breaking his own record set as a sophomore. He has 6,852 career yards passing trailing all-time leader Jordan Brill by 189 yards. Hastings had 11 catches, tying his career high for 185 yards giving him 77 catches on the season, needing seven more catches to tie the single season of 84 set by Ron Hamilton in 1980. Jahmil Taylor led the Ichabod defense with 14 tackles including two tackles for loss and one sack.

TOPEKA, Kan. -- The Washburn Ichabods won their fourth straight game wrapping up the season with an 8-4 record topping Midwestern State 45-14 in the second annual Kanza Bowl at Hummer Sports Park in Topeka Washburn’s Joe Hastings was named the Washburn Most Outstanding Player after recording 10 catches for 223 yards after opening the scoring on a 74-yard touchdown reception from Dane Simoneau capping a four-play, 92-yard drive with 6:17 to go in the first quarter. Simoneau finished 18 of 26 for 350 yards with three touchdowns upping his school-record single-season total to 3,459 yards while breaking Jordan Brill’s school career passing mark raising his total to 7,202 yards. Hastings finished his Washburn career with a single-season school-record of 1,546 yards breaking Troy Slusser’s mark of 1,512 yards from 1988. He also broke Ron Hamilton’s single-season reception record of 84 recording 87 this season. Lowe finished with 73 yards on 11 carries. The Washburn offense racked up 520 total yard while holding the Mustangs to 255 yards. Defensively, the Ichabods were led by Jahmil Taylor and Marty Pfannenstiel who each had 10 tackles.

Score by Quarters Washburn 7 MIssouri Southern 0

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7 7

3 0

6 - 23 Record: (7-4, 6-3) 0 - 7 Record: (4-7, 2-7)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 12:58 WU Hurst,Tore 47 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 2nd Quarter 09:26 MSSU Cox,Kellen 25 yd pass from Howard,Collin (Herndon,Dallas kick) 07:47 WU Beard,DeJuan 6 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 3rd Quarter 08:09 WU Ivanisevic,Steve 31 yd field goal 4th Quarter 13:34 WU Ivanisevic,Steve 20 yd field goal 02:05 WU Ivanisevic,Steve 45 yd field goal Individual Stats RUSHING: Washburn-Moore,Vershon 13-44; Haug,Brad 5-15; Lowe,Terrence 2-10; Cooper,Justin 5-8; Garner,Ronnell 2-7; Schoenberg,Greg 3-4; Simoneau,Dane 1-minus 11. Missouri Southern-Gedward,Cornell 12-31; Howard,Collin 15-19; Jones,JJ 1-6; Pearl,Ed 1-6; Aiono,Anthon 1-2; TEAM 1-minus 2; Threat,Ne’Ronte 1-minus 4. PASSING: Washburn-Simoneau,Dane 25-40-0-385. Missouri Southern-Howard,Collin 20-37-1175. RECEIVING: Washburn-Hastings,Joe 11-185; Garner,Ronnell 6-98; Hurst,Tore 3-70; Beard,DeJuan 3-19; Moore,Vershon 1-13; Haug,Brad 1-0. Missouri Southern-Cox,Kellen 8-107; Threat,Ne’Ronte 7-37; Gedward,Cornell 3-11; Zerkel,Landon 1-14; Lepper,Austin 1-6. INTERCEPTIONS: Washburn-Desir,Pierre 1-1. Missouri Southern-None. FUMBLES: Washburn-Hastings,Joe 2-2; Simoneau,Dane 1-1; Haug,Brad 1-1. Missouri Southern-None.

Team Stats WU MSSU FIRST DOWNS 20 17 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 31-77 32-58 PASSING YDS (NET) 385 175 Passes Att-Comp-Int. 40-25-0 37-20-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 71-462 69-233 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 2-5 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 2-41 5-91 Interception Returns-Yards 1-1 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 1-40.0 5-34.4 Fumbles-Lost 4-4 0-0 Penalties-Yards 5-44 7-33 Possession Time 30:59 29:01 Third-Down Conversions 10 of 16 5 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 0 of 5 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 1-1 Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-25 0-0

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Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 06:17 WU - Hastings,Joe 74 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 2nd Quarter 10:24 WU - Ivanisevic,Steve 34 yd field goal 01:04 MSU - Bush,Lester 4 yd run (Martinez,Jose kick) 00:33 WU - Hurst,Tore 34 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 3rd Quarter 09:16 WU - Beard,DeJuan 19 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 07:11 WU - Moore,Vershon 1 yd run (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 03:42 WU - Moore,Vershon 2 yd run (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 4th Quarter 14:21 MSU - Keidrick Jackson 2 yd run (Martinez,Jose kick) 11:01 WU - Lowe,Terrence 4 yd run (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) Individual Stats RUSHING: Midwestern State-Kelsey,Brandon 13-70; Mathis,Marcus 10-59; Bush,Lester 13-52; Keidrick Jackson 5-19; Smith,Peter 4-10; Little,David 1-minus 14. Washburn-Lowe,Terrence 11-73; Moore,Vershon 15-48; Cooper,Justin 3-29; Haug,Brad 2-6; Hurst,Tore 1-3. PASSING: Midwestern State-Kelsey,Brandon 10-29-2-50. Washburn-Simoneau,Dane 18-26-1-350; Kasel,Cameron 2-5-0-11. RECEIVING: Midwestern State-Rosales,Ethan 2-29; Rideau,Justin 2-14; Ratliff,Desmond 2-6; Freeman,Jared 1-2; Harris,Chauncey 1-1; Mathis,Marcus 1-minus 1; Little,David 1-minus 1. Washburn-Hastings,Joe 10-223; Hurst,Tore 3-45; Beard,DeJuan 3-37; Cooper,Justin 3-23; Garner,Ronnell 1-33. INTERCEPTIONS: Midwestern State-Conway,Neiko 1-51. Washburn-Desir,Pierre 1-11; Pfannenstiel,Marty 1-0. FUMBLES: Midwestern State-None. WashburnCooper,Justin 1-1; Desir,Pierre 1-1; Moore,Vershon 1-0.

Team Stats First Downs Rushes-Yards (NET) Passing-Yards (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int Total Offense-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

MSU WU 16 23 46-196 32-159 50 361 29-10-2 31-20-1 75-246 63-520 0-0 0-0 1-5 1-3 3-58 0-0 1-51 2-11 8-40.6 4-30.2 0-0 3-2 11-79 3-32 34:20 25:40 6 of 19 3 of 8 1 of 3 0 of 0 2-3 5-5 0-0 1-9


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IAA M GP Record Pct. PF

Northwest Mo. St. 9 9-0 Central Mo. 9 8-1 Washburn 9 6-3 Mo. Western St. 9 6-3 Neb.-Omaha 9 5-4 Pittsburg St. 9 3-6 Emporia St. 9 3-6 Mo. Southern St. 9 2-7 Truman 9 2-7 Fort Hays St. 9 1-8 ( )=Rank in AFCA National Poll

1.000 .889 .667 .667 .556 .333 .333 .222 .222 .111

MIAA Coach of the Year Mel Tjeerdsma, Northwest Missouri MIAA Most Valuable Offensive Player Eric Czerniewski, Sr., QB, Central Missouri

360 318 341 240 331 215 172 177 187 223

PA GP Record

181 209 240 222 292 257 283 262 309 309

14 14 12 12 11 12 11 11 11 11

12-2 11-3 8-4 8-4 5-6 6-6 5-6 4-7 4-7 3-8

Overall Pct. PF PA Last 10 .857 .786 .667 .667 .455 .500 .455 .364 .364 .273

480 562 446 381 383 273 222 245 243 313

289 390 317 267 362 289 297 269 352 352

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

Streak Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 4 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 4 Lost 1 Lost 3 Lost 8

MIAA Most Valuable Defensive Player MIAA Most Valuable Special Teams Player Ryan Jones, Sr., DB, Northwest Missouri Steve Ivanisevic, Sr., K, Washburn MIAA Freshman of the Year Nate Dreiling, LB, Pittsburg State

1st Team All-MIAA Offense

2nd Team All-MIAA Offense

1st Team All-MIAA Defense

2nd Team All-MIAA Defense

QB: Eric Czerniewski, Sr., UCM RB: Anthony Stewart, Sr., UCM RB: Vershon Moore, Sr., WU WR: Jamorris Warren, Sr., UCM WR: Jake Soy, Jr., NWMSU † TE: DeMarco Cosby, Sr., UCM OL: Dennis Bergland, Sr., UNO** OL: Jason Wiseman, Sr., NWMSU † OL: Dane Wardenburg, Sr., NWMSU OL: Brian Folkerts, Jr., WU OL: Harrison Lingenfelter, Sr., UNO † K: Steve Ivanisevic, Sr., WU** KR/PR: Jordan Simmons, So., NWMSU **Unanimous Selection † - Repeat first team selection from last season

QB: Blake Bolles, Sr., NWMSU RB: Levi Terrell, So., UNO RB: James Walker, Sr., FHSU WR: Joe Hastings, Sr., WU WR: O.J. Murdock, Sr., FHSU TE: Mike Higgins, Sr., UNO OL: Mark Chestnut, Sr., PSU OL: Ty Lewis, Sr., WU OL: Brett Grozinger, Sr., NWMSU OL: Logan Freeman, So., UCM OL: Ian Sexton, Jr., MSSU K: Aaron Jamieson, So., UCM KR/PR: Terrell Downing, So., MWSU

DL: Daniel Webb, Sr., ESU DL: Brandon Williams, So., MSSU DL: Jacob Crossman, Sr., FHSU DL: Roberto Davis, Sr., NWMSU DL: Josh Lorenson, Jr., NWMSU LB: Chad Kilgore, Jr., NWMSU † LB: Willie Horn, Sr., NWMSU LB: Sean Whiters, Sr., MWSU DB: Ryan Jones, Sr., NWMSU** † DB: Marlon Douglas, Jr., UCM DB: Jack Long, Jr., MWSU DB: Michael Elliott, Jr., TSU P: Jared Witter, Sr., PSU **Unanimous Selection † - Repeat first team selection from last season Voting tied created an additional DL

DL: P.J. South, Sr., UCM DL: David Bass, So., MWSU DL: Ryan Ploesser, Sr., TSU DL: Dakota Palan-Johnson, Jr., WU LB: Nate Dreiling, Fr., PSU LB: Marty Pfannenstiel, Jr., WU LB: Nathan Linsey, Sr., ESU DB: Pierre Desir, So., WU DB: Derek Lohmann, So., ESU DB: Justin Cowper, Sr., MSSU DB: Justin Welch, Sr., NWMSU DB: Alex Kuhlman, Sr., PSU P: Michael Stadler, Sr., NWMSU Voting tied created an additional DB

Honorable Mention By School Central Missouri: Adam Parks, Sr., WR/PR; Brent Boehringer, Sr., FB; Darius Henderson, Sr., OL; Deonte McDonald, Jr., DL; Cody Scribner, Sr., LB; Deonte Ball, Sr., DB Emporia State: Shjuan Richardson, So., WR; Ben McKaig, Jr., OL; Jordan Godberson, Jr., OL; Matt Rosenhamer, Jr., LB; Chris Woods, Sr., DB; Tyler Chilson, Jr., P; Derwin Hall, So., KR/PR Fort Hays State: Mike Garrison, Sr., QB; Cordarol Scales, Sr., WR; Beau Gadwood, Sr., TE; Alex Whitehill, Jr., LB Missouri Southern: Cornell Gedward, So., RB; Landon Zerkel, So., WR; Kenny Smith, So., DL; Dusty Bratzler, Sr., LB; Skyler Vandiver, Sr., DB; Ne’Ronte Threatt, So., KR/PR Missouri Western: Drew Newhart, Sr., QB; Michael Hill, So., RB; Andrew Mead, Sr., WR; Shane Simpson, So., DB; Kendall Davis, Sr., DB; Brad Beckwith, Sr., K Nebraska-Omaha: James Franklin III, Fr., RB; Justin Sindelar, Sr., DL; Kevin Ehlers, Sr., DL; Shaquil Barrett, Fr., LB Northwest Missouri: Kelvin Austin, Sr., RB; Josh Baker, Sr., TE; Shayne Shade, Sr., DL; Billy Baudler, Sr., LB; Aldwin Foster-Rettig, Sr., DB; Todd Adolf, So., K Pittsburg State: Terrance Isaac, Sr., RB; Dustin Wiley, Sr., OL; Spencer Worthington, Jr., DL; Gus Toca, So., DL; Johnny Row, Sr., LB; Chas Smith, So., DB Truman: Dallas Grier, Fr., WR; Dan Tweeton, Jr., OL; Patrick Blackwell, So., DL; Adam Reynolds, Jr., LB; Anthony Freeman, Sr., LB; Tremaine Millender, So., DB Washburn: Dane Simoneau, Jr., QB; Brad Haug, Sr., FB; Otis Jones, Sr., OL; Jahmil Taylor, So., LB; Michael Wilhoite, Sr., DB; Austin Hills, Sr., P

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G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G 14 678 451 16 66.5 5311 7.8 47 379.4 11 423 250 12 59.1 3513 8.3 25 319.4 12 396 234 12 59.1 3590 9.1 34 299.2 14 470 295 12 62.8 3884 8.3 30 277.4 12 385 233 10 60.5 2944 7.6 27 245.3 11 353 193 17 54.7 2550 7.2 14 231.8 11 254 157 10 61.8 2191 8.6 19 199.2 11 269 129 9 48.0 1633 6.1 8 148.5 11 240 111 11 46.3 1383 5.8 13 125.7 12 274 129 10 47.1 1336 4.9 6 111.3

PASS DEFENSE 1. MWSU 2. ESU 3. NWMSU 4. WU 5. MSSU 6. FHSU 7. PSU 8. TSU 9. UCM 10. UNO

G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G 12 362 188 22 51.9 2380 6.6 12 198.3 11 364 198 19 54.4 2257 6.2 19 205.2 14 474 261 15 55.1 3024 6.4 19 216.0 12 392 232 9 59.2 2597 6.6 23 216.4 11 293 175 9 59.7 2446 8.3 17 222.4 11 334 205 12 61.4 2508 7.5 17 228.0 12 395 220 12 55.7 2749 7.0 22 229.1 11 338 202 8 59.8 2662 7.9 22 242.0 14 499 272 14 54.5 3619 7.3 33 258.5 11 357 227 7 63.6 3060 8.6 22 278.2 Yds Avg TD Yds/G 2956 5.3 29 246.3 2229 4.9 28 202.6 1933 4.1 20 175.7 1891 4.1 12 171.9 1934 4.3 20 161.2 1702 4.2 15 154.7 1998 4.0 31 142.7 1536 4.4 17 139.6 1523 3.4 18 126.9 1384 4.0 23 98.9

PASS DEF EFFICIENCY G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Effic 1. MWSU 12 362 188 22 51.9 2380 12 105.9 2. ESU 11 364 198 19 54.4 2257 19 113.3 3. NWMSU 14 474 261 15 55.1 3024 19 115.6 4. PSU 12 395 220 12 55.7 2749 22 126.5 5. WU 12 392 232 9 59.2 2597 23 129.6 6. UCM 14 499 272 14 54.5 3619 33 131.6 7. FHSU 11 334 205 12 61.4 2508 17 134.1 8. TSU 11 338 202 8 59.8 2662 22 142.7 9. MSSU 11 293 175 9 59.7 2446 17 142.9 10. UNO 11 357 227 7 63.6 3060 22 152.0

OPPONENT PENALTIES 1. ESU 2. UCM 3. WU 4. MWSU 5. UNO 6. TSU 7. MSSU 8. NWMSU 9. PSU 10. FHSU

G 11 14 12 12 11 11 11 14 12 11

No 82 94 85 88 64 57 53 93 60 54

Yds 760 890 689 669 509 502 498 633 492 406

Avg/G 69.1 63.6 57.4 55.8 46.3 45.6 45.3 45.2 41.0 36.9

PUNTING 1. PSU 2. NWMSU 3. ESU 4. MSSU 5. UNO 6. WU 7. TSU 8. FHSU 9. UCM 10. MWSU

4TH-DN CONVERSIONS 1. UNO 2. UCM 3. NWMSU 4. FHSU TSU 6. MWSU 7. WU 8. PSU 9. MSSU 10. ESU

G Conv 11 9 14 14 14 15 11 14 11 7 12 8 12 5 12 8 11 7 11 4

Att 14 23 28 28 14 18 15 26 31 20

Pct 64.3 60.9 53.6 50.0 50.0 44.4 33.3 30.8 22.6 20.0

G No. Yards Avg Ret Yds Avg Net/P 12 60 2517 42.0 138 2.3 4 38.3 14 61 2428 39.8 104 1.7 5 36.5 11 68 2691 39.6 269 4.0 3 34.7 11 50 1836 36.7 66 1.3 4 33.8 11 39 1532 39.3 65 1.7 8 33.5 12 44 1680 38.2 156 3.5 5 32.4 11 66 2298 34.8 146 2.2 2 32.0 11 45 1804 40.1 209 4.6 9 31.4 14 53 1872 35.3 170 3.2 4 30.6 12 51 1790 35.1 212 4.2 2 30.2

KIckoff RETURNS 1. MWSU 2. UNO 3. TSU 4. PSU 5. NWMSU 6. MSSU 7. ESU 8. UCM 9. FHSU 10. WU

G Ret 12 47 11 61 11 57 12 50 14 45 11 38 11 40 14 49 11 41 12 46

Yds TD 1241 1 1360 1 1213 1 1027 0 910 1 768 0 802 0 973 1 787 0 860 0

Avg 26.4 22.3 21.3 20.5 20.2 20.2 20.0 19.9 19.2 18.7

OPP 4TH-DN CONVERT 1. UCM 2. ESU 3. TSU 4. UNO 5. MWSU 6. PSU 7. WU 8. FHSU 9. NWMSU 10. MSSU

G Conv 14 8 11 6 11 10 11 9 12 10 12 8 12 13 11 7 14 16 11 9

Att 29 20 28 24 25 19 30 16 32 16

Pct 27.6 30.0 35.7 37.5 40.0 42.1 43.3 43.8 50.0 56.2

PUNT RETURNS 1. MSSU 2. NWMSU 3. WU 4. MWSU 5. UNO 6. PSU 7. TSU 8. UCM 9. ESU 10. FHSU

G Ret 11 11 14 22 12 25 12 15 11 17 12 25 11 13 14 32 11 19 11 14

Yds TD 168 1 308 1 287 1 168 0 164 2 223 1 99 0 237 0 96 2 51 0

Avg 15.3 14.0 11.5 11.2 9.6 8.9 7.6 7.4 5.1 3.6

3RD-DN CONVERT 1. WU 2. UNO 3. UCM 4. NWMSU 5. TSU 6. PSU 7. FHSU 8. MWSU 9. ESU 10. MSSU

G Conv 12 76 11 57 14 86 14 88 11 64 12 65 11 58 12 56 11 51 11 47

Att 160 124 190 197 167 171 154 157 153 144

Pct 47.5 46.0 45.3 44.7 38.3 38.0 37.7 35.7 33.3 32.6

FIRST DOWNS 1. UCM 2. NWMSU 3. WU 4. MWSU 5. FHSU 6. UNO 7. PSU 8. MSSU 9. TSU 10. ESU

G Rush Pass Pen Total 14 87 229 26 342 14 106 162 15 283 12 95 152 26 273 12 101 130 14 245 11 81 148 10 239 11 117 102 15 234 12 157 65 11 233 11 103 111 12 226 11 82 83 12 177 11 94 53 18 165

OPP 3RD-DN CONVERT 1. PSU 2. TSU 3. NWMSU 4. WU 5. ESU 6. MWSU 7. UCM 8. MSSU 9. UNO 10. FHSU

G Conv 12 53 11 48 14 77 12 63 11 56 12 62 14 77 11 60 11 67 11 76

Att 165 142 215 174 154 165 204 155 147 159

Pct 32.1 33.8 35.8 36.2 36.4 37.6 37.7 38.7 45.6 47.8

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Yds Avg/P TD Yds/G 6695 6.6 70 478.2 5524 6.6 54 460.3 5049 6.5 42 459.0 5882 6.1 61 420.1 4420 6.3 47 401.8 4252 5.6 29 386.5 4467 5.4 45 372.2 4292 5.2 35 357.7 3566 4.8 28 324.2 3274 4.7 25 297.6

Avg/G 38.9 39.2 42.4 43.1 46.5 48.3 50.4 62.5 63.2 63.5

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G Rush Pass Plays 14 1384 5311 1021 12 1934 3590 843 11 1536 3513 774 14 1998 3884 970 11 2229 2191 707 11 1702 2550 762 12 1523 2944 828 12 2956 1336 830 11 1933 1633 741 11 1891 1383 703

Yds 467 431 466 474 558 531 706 875 759 699

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G Rushes Yards Avg. TD Yds/G 11 415 1342 3.2 11 122.0 14 514 1799 3.5 16 128.5 12 412 1591 3.9 12 132.6 12 442 1614 3.7 18 134.5 14 477 1932 4.1 16 138.0 11 390 1602 4.1 24 145.6 11 389 1650 4.2 19 150.0 11 434 1700 3.9 25 154.5 11 410 1819 4.4 23 165.4 12 447 2141 4.8 20 178.4

No 58 60 52 56 71 57 91 106 95 74

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RUSHING DEFENSE 1. MSSU 2. NWMSU 3. PSU 4. WU 5. UCM 6. TSU 7. ESU 8. FHSU 9. UNO 10. MWSU TOTAL OFFENSE 1. UCM 2. WU 3. FHSU 4. NWMSU 5. UNO 6. MSSU 7. MWSU 8. PSU 9. TSU 10. ESU

Att 556 453 472 463 447 409 500 351 443 343

G 12 11 11 11 12 11 14 14 12 11

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G 12 11 11 11 12 11 14 11 12 14

PENALTIES 1. MWSU 2. MSSU 3. FHSU 4. UNO 5. PSU 6. TSU 7. NWMSU 8. UCM 9. WU 10. ESU

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PASS OFFENSE 1. UCM 2. FHSU 3. WU 4. NWMSU 5. MWSU 6. MSSU 7. UNO 8. TSU 9. ESU 10. PSU

G Att Cmp Pct Int Yds TD Effic 12 396 234 59.1 12 3590 34 157.5 11 254 157 61.8 10 2191 19 151.1 14 678 451 66.5 16 5311 47 150.5 14 470 295 62.8 12 3884 30 148.1 12 385 233 60.5 10 2944 27 142.7 11 423 250 59.1 12 3513 25 142.7 11 353 193 54.7 17 2550 14 118.8 11 240 111 46.3 11 1383 13 103.4 11 269 129 48.0 9 1633 8 102.1 12 274 129 47.1 10 1336 6 88.0

Opponent 1st DOWNS G Rush Pass Pen Total 1. MSSU 11 73 101 9 183 2. TSU 11 79 109 13 201 3. ESU 11 87 100 26 213 4. FHSU 11 100 106 10 216 5. PSU 12 88 120 14 222 6. MWSU 12 104 113 11 228 7. UNO 11 98 131 10 239 WU 12 93 125 21 239 9. NWMSU 14 113 126 16 255 10. UCM 14 101 151 26 278

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PASS EFFICIENCY 1. WU 2. UNO 3. UCM 4. NWMSU 5. MWSU 6. FHSU 7. MSSU 8. ESU 9. TSU 10. PSU

Yds Avg TD Yds/G 3788 5.4 28 344.4 4823 4.9 35 344.5 4211 5.0 41 350.9 3907 5.2 38 355.2 4340 5.4 34 361.7 4521 5.6 32 376.8 4208 5.5 42 382.5 4264 5.9 46 387.6 5551 5.7 49 396.5 4879 6.4 45 443.5

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SCORING DEFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg 1. NWMSU 14 37 28 0 0 13 0 289 20.6 2. MWSU 12 36 27 2 0 6 1 267 22.2 3. PSU 12 36 31 2 1 12 0 289 24.1 4. MSSU 11 33 32 0 0 13 0 269 24.5 5. WU 12 43 38 1 0 5 2 317 26.4 6. ESU 11 41 35 1 0 4 1 297 27.0 7. UCM 14 53 44 2 0 8 0 390 27.9 8. FHSU 11 45 42 0 0 12 2 352 32.0 TSU 11 48 40 0 0 8 0 352 32.0 10. UNO 11 48 38 2 0 10 1 362 32.9

RUSHING OFFENSE 1. PSU 2. UNO 3. TSU 4. ESU 5. WU 6. MSSU 7. NWMSU 8. FHSU 9. MWSU 10. UCM

G Rush Pass Plys 11 1342 2446 708 14 1799 3024 988 12 1614 2597 834 11 1650 2257 753 12 1591 2749 807 12 2141 2380 809 11 1700 2508 768 11 1602 2662 728 14 1932 3619 976 11 1819 3060 767

players

TOTAL DEFENSE 1. MSSU 2. NWMSU 3. WU 4. ESU 5. PSU 6. MWSU 7. FHSU 8. TSU 9. UCM 10. UNO

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SCORING OFFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg 1. UCM 14 75 63 2 0 15 0 562 40.1 2. WU 12 57 50 2 0 16 1 446 37.2 3. UNO 11 53 47 0 0 6 0 383 34.8 4. NWMSU 14 66 62 0 1 6 1 480 34.3 5. MWSU 12 48 40 3 1 15 0 381 31.8 6. FHSU 11 42 34 0 0 9 0 313 28.5 7. PSU 12 37 28 0 0 7 1 273 22.8 8. MSSU 11 31 29 0 0 10 0 245 22.3 9. TSU 11 30 22 2 0 11 2 243 22.1 10. ESU 11 29 24 0 0 8 0 222 20.2


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SACKS 1. WU 2. UCM 3. NWMSU 4. TSU 5. ESU MSSU 7. MWSU PSU 9. UNO 10. FHSU

G Sacks Yards 12 34 185 14 30 193 14 28 196 11 27 216 11 25 145 11 25 167 12 21 126 12 21 139 11 19 122 11 16 97

SACKS AGAINST 1. WU 2. UNO 3. ESU 4. UCM TSU 6. PSU 7. MWSU 8. MSSU 9. FHSU 10. NWMSU

G Sacks Yards 12 12 92 11 13 79 11 15 88 14 16 137 11 16 56 12 20 109 12 29 218 11 30 232 11 32 171 14 35 232

FIELD GOALS 1. WU 2. UCM 3. MSSU 4. MWSU 5. TSU 6. UNO NWMSU 8. ESU 9. FHSU 10. PSU

G Made 12 16 14 15 11 10 12 15 11 11 11 6 14 6 11 8 11 9 12 7

PAT KICKING 1. WU 2. MSSU 3. NWMSU 4. MWSU 5. UNO 6. UCM 7. ESU 8. FHSU 9. PSU 10. TSU

G Made Att Pct 12 50 50 1.000 11 29 30 .967 14 62 65 .954 12 40 43 .930 11 47 52 .904 14 63 72 .875 11 24 28 .857 11 34 40 .850 12 28 33 .848 11 22 26 .846

Att Pct 18 .889 19 .789 13 .769 22 .682 18 .611 10 .600 10 .600 14 .571 17 .529 14 .500

TIME OF POSSESSION G Total Time Avg/G 1. TSU 11 349:30 31:46 2. UNO 11 343:37 31:14 3. UCM 14 430:33 30:45 4. MWSU 12 364:24 30:22 5. PSU 12 362:08 30:10 6. MSSU 11 331:38 30:08 7. ESU 11 331:05 30:05 8. WU 12 347:48 28:59 9. FHSU 11 313:40 28:30 10. NWMSU 14 388:10 27:43

Individuals must have played in 75 percent of teams games RUSHING Team Cl G Att Yds Avg TD Long Yds/G 1. Moore,Vershon WU SO 10 181 1007 5.6 11 74 100.7 2. Terell,Levi UNO SO 10 162 960 5.9 8 54 96.0 3. Isaac,Terrance PSU SR 12 183 1008 5.5 11 42 84.0 4. Walker,James FHSU SR 11 176 857 4.9 9 49 77.9 5. Stewart,Anthony UCM SR 14 206 1084 5.3 15 47 77.4 6. Gedward,Cornell MSSU SO 11 146 849 5.8 3 96 77.2 7. Davis,Phillip TSU SR 11 163 831 5.1 6 66 75.5 8. Dickey,Zac PSU JR 12 144 901 6.3 7 47 75.1 9. Franklin III,Ja UNO FR 11 158 766 4.8 10 39 69.6 10. Wilson,Briceton PSU SO 11 120 670 5.6 7 32 60.9 PASSING/GAME Team Cl G Att Cmp 1. Czerniewski,Eri UCM SR 14 670 447 2. Garrison,Mike FHSU SR 11 420 250 3. Simoneau,Dane WU JR 12 374 223 4. Bolles,Blake NWMSU SR 14 459 289 5. Newhart,Drew MWSU SR 12 361 222 6. Howard,Collin MSSU JR 11 308 167 7. Teigland,John UNO SO 11 198 129 8. Davis,Phillip TSU SR 11 223 115 9. Eckenrode,Tyler ESU SO 9 191 91 10. Dickey,Zac PSU JR 12 188 91

Int Pct. Yds TD Avg/G 15 66.7 5207 46 371.9 12 59.5 3513 25 319.4 12 59.6 3459 33 288.2 11 63.0 3846 30 274.7 9 61.5 2799 25 233.2 14 54.2 2196 11 199.6 8 65.2 1870 16 170.0 6 51.6 1502 8 136.5 8 47.6 1158 12 128.7 4 48.4 992 6 82.7

TOTAL OFFENSE Team Cl G Rush Pass Plays 1. Czerniewski,Eri UCM SR 14 -4 5207 719 2. Garrison,Mike FHSU SR 11 447 3513 533 3. Bolles,Blake NWMSU SR 14 248 3846 565 4. Simoneau,Dane WU JR 12 -26 3459 397 5. Newhart,Drew MWSU SR 12 -36 2799 428 6. Howard,Collin MSSU JR 11 244 2196 433 7. Davis,Phillip TSU SR 11 831 1502 386 8. Teigland,John UNO SO 11 74 1870 255 9. Dickey,Zac PSU JR 12 901 992 332 10. Eckenrode,Tyler ESU SO 9 181 1158 260

Total Yds/G 5203 371.6 3960 360.0 4094 292.4 3433 286.1 2763 230.2 2440 221.8 2333 212.1 1944 176.7 1893 157.8 1339 148.8

RECEPTIONS/GAME Team Cl G Rec Yds TD Long Avg/C Rec/G 1. Warren,Jamorris UCM SR 14 109 1458 20 68 13.4 7.79 2. Hastings,Joe WU SR 12 87 1546 15 74 17.8 7.25 3. Soy,Jake NWMSU JR 14 83 1311 12 75 15.8 5.93 4. Stewart,Anthony UCM SR 14 81 883 6 71 10.9 5.79 5. Zerkel,Landon MSSU SO 9 52 759 5 43 14.6 5.78 6. Walker,James FHSU SR 11 61 525 4 65 8.6 5.55 7. Murdock,O.J. FHSU SR 11 60 1290 12 80 21.5 5.45 8. Threat,Ne’Ronte MSSU SO 11 59 763 4 71 12.9 5.36 9. Mead,Andrew MWSU SR 12 62 852 12 73 13.7 5.17 10. Baker,Josh NWMSU SR 13 66 838 9 82 12.7 5.08 RECEIVE YDS/GAME 1. Hastings,Joe 2. Murdock,O.J. 3. Warren,Jamorris 4. Soy,Jake 5. Zerkel,Landon 6. Mead,Andrew 7. Threat,Ne’Ronte 8. Cosby,DeMarco 9. Baker,Josh 10. Stewart,Anthony

Team WU FHSU UCM NWMSU MSSU MWSU MSSU UCM NWMSU UCM

Cl G Rec SR 12 87 SR 11 60 SR 14 109 JR 14 83 SO 9 52 SR 12 62 SO 11 59 SR 14 71 SR 13 66 SR 14 81

Yds TD Long Avg/C Yds/G 1546 15 74 17.8 128.8 1290 12 80 21.5 117.3 1458 20 68 13.4 104.1 1311 12 75 15.8 93.6 759 5 43 14.6 84.3 852 12 73 13.7 71.0 763 4 71 12.9 69.4 970 10 50 13.7 69.3 838 9 82 12.7 64.5 883 6 71 10.9 63.1

ALL PURPOSE 1. Stewart,Anthony 2. Simmons,Jordan 3. Hastings,Joe 4. Walker,James 5. Murdock,O.J. 6. Threat,Ne’Ronte 7. Moore,Vershon 8. Warren,Jamorris 9. Downing,Terrell 10. Terell,Levi

Team UCM NWMSU WU FHSU FHSU MSSU WU UCM MWSU UNO

Cl G Rush Rcv PR KR Yds Avg/G SR 14 1084 883 0 230 2197 156.9 SO 14 739 389 260 510 1911 136.5 SR 12 29 1546 0 0 1575 131.2 SR 11 857 525 0 0 1382 125.6 SR 11 0 1290 0 76 1366 124.2 SO 11 37 763 0 472 1272 115.6 SO 10 1007 149 0 0 1156 115.6 SR 14 100 1458 0 15 1573 112.4 SO 12 35 580 156 459 1230 102.5 SO 10 960 51 0 0 1011 101.1

INTERCEPTIONS Team Cl G Int Yds TD Long Int/G 1. Lohmann, Derek ESU SO 11 5 66 0 62 0.45 2. Jones,Ryan NWMSU SR 14 6 103 2 36 0.43 3. Desir,Pierre WU SO 12 5 60 0 31 0.42 4. Byrd,Terrence TSU JR 11 4 31 0 27 0.36 5. Davis,Kendall MWSU SR 12 4 34 0 34 0.33 6. Douglas,Marlon UCM JR 13 4 110 2 32 0.31 7. Stephens,Paul UCM SR 14 4 113 2 61 0.29 8. Elliott,Michael TSU JR 11 3 64 1 43 0.27 Burgess,Wayne ESU SR 11 3 29 1 29 0.27 Parker,Tim FHSU SO 11 3 0 0 0 0.27

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PASS EFFICIENCY Team Cl G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Eff. 1. Teigland,John UNO SO 11 198 129 8 65.2 1870 16 163.1 2. Simoneau,Dane WU JR 12 374 223 12 59.6 3459 33 160.0 3. Czerniewski,Eri UCM SR 14 670 447 15 66.7 5207 46 150.2 4. Bolles,Blake NWMSU SR 14 459 289 11 63.0 3846 30 150.1 5. Newhart,Drew MWSU SR 12 361 222 9 61.5 2799 25 144.5 6. Garrison,Mike FHSU SR 11 420 250 12 59.5 3513 25 143.7 7. Howard,Collin MSSU JR 11 308 167 14 54.2 2196 11 116.8 8. Davis,Phillip TSU SR 11 223 115 6 51.6 1502 8 114.6 9. Eckenrode,Tyler ESU SO 9 191 91 8 47.6 1158 12 110.9 10. Dickey,Zac PSU JR 12 188 91 4 48.4 992 6 99.0 PUNT RETURN AVG 1. Simmons,Jordan 2. Beard,DeJuan 3. Parks,Adam

Team Cl G Ret Yds TD Long Avg NWMSU SO 14 17 260 0 78 15.3 WU FR 10 17 201 0 37 11.8 UCM SR 14 31 233 0 34 7.5

KICK RETURN AVG Team Cl G Ret Yds TD Long Avg 1. Downing,Terrell MWSU SO 12 15 459 0 63 30.6 2. Millender,T. TSU SO 11 19 505 1 96 26.6 3. Threat,Ne’Ronte MSSU SO 11 19 472 0 43 24.8 4. Fannin,TJ MWSU SO 12 27 667 1 100 24.7 5. Hall,Derwin ESU SO 11 16 391 0 85 24.4 6. Thomas,Jon PSU JR 11 20 475 0 51 23.8 7. Simmons,Jordan NWMSU SO 14 23 510 0 34 22.2 8. Harvey,Donald TSU JR 11 16 348 0 55 21.8 9. Parker,Marques UNO JR 10 22 474 0 45 21.5 10. Marousek,Jake UNO FR 10 15 309 0 46 20.6 PUNTING Team Cl G Punt Yds Long Avg 1. Kosjer,Ethan FHSU JR 11 42 1792 61 42.7 2. Witter,Jared PSU SR 12 60 2517 65 42.0 3. Stadler,Michael NWMSU SR 14 53 2212 67 41.7 4. Chilson,Tyler ESU JR 11 64 2586 60 40.4 5. Krause,Mark MSSU FR 11 48 1798 80 37.5 6. Jordan,Matt UCM SO 14 51 1872 75 36.7 7. Phillips,Eric TSU SO 11 64 2298 52 35.9 SCORING 1. Stewart,Anthony 2. Warren,Jamorris 3. Ivanisevic,Stev 4. Moore,Vershon 5. Jamieson,Aaron 6. Hastings,Joe 7. Walker,James 8. Beckwith,Brad 9. Murdock,O.J. 10. Ramsay,Jacob

Team UCM UCM WU WU UCM WU FHSU MWSU FHSU UNO

Cl G SR 14 SR 14 SR 12 SO 10 SO 14 SR 12 SR 11 SR 12 SR 11 FR 10

TD XPT FG 2XP Pts Pts/G 21 0 0 2 128 9.1 21 0 0 0 126 9.0 0 50 16 0 98 8.2 13 0 0 0 78 7.8 0 63 15 0 108 7.7 15 0 0 0 90 7.5 13 0 0 0 78 7.1 0 40 15 0 85 7.1 12 0 0 0 72 6.5 0 45 5 0 60 6.0

SCORING (TDs) Team Cl G TD Rush Pass Ret PAT Pts Pts/G 1. Stewart,Anthony UCM SR 14 21 15 6 0 1 128 9.1 2. Warren,Jamorris UCM SR 14 21 1 20 0 0 126 9.0 3. Moore,Vershon WU SO 10 13 11 2 0 0 78 7.8 4. Hastings,Joe WU SR 12 15 0 15 0 0 90 7.5 5. Walker,James FHSU SR 11 13 9 4 0 0 78 7.1 6. Murdock,O.J. FHSU SR 11 12 0 12 0 0 72 6.5 7. Mead,Andrew MWSU SR 12 12 0 12 0 0 72 6.0 8. Simmons,Jordan NWMSU SO 14 13 11 2 0 0 78 5.6 9. Baker,Josh NWMSU SR 13 12 3 9 0 0 72 5.5 10. Isaac,Terrance PSU SR 12 11 11 0 0 0 66 5.5 SCORING (KICK) Team Cl G PATs FGs Pts Pts/G 1. Ivanisevic,Stev WU SR 12 50-50 16-18 98 8.2 2. Jamieson,Aaron UCM SO 14 63-72 15-19 108 7.7 3. Beckwith,Brad MWSU SR 12 40-43 15-22 85 7.1 4. Ramsay,Jacob UNO FR 10 45-49 5-8 60 6.0 5. Adolf,Todd NWMSU SO 14 62-65 6-9 80 5.7 6. Kimbrough,Tyler FHSU SO 11 34-40 9-17 61 5.5 7. Herndon,Dallas MSSU SO 11 29-30 10-13 59 5.4 8. Koon,Derek TSU FR 11 22-26 11-18 55 5.0 9. King,Zak ESU JR 10 23-27 8-13 47 4.7 10. Craig,Jake PSU FR 12 27-32 7-14 48 4.0 FIELD GOALS 1. Ivanisevic,Stev 2. Beckwith,Brad 3. Jamieson,Aaron 4. Koon,Derek 5. Herndon,Dallas 6. Kimbrough,Tyler 7. King,Zak 8. Craig,Jake 9. Ramsay,Jacob

Team WU MWSU UCM TSU MSSU FHSU ESU PSU UNO

Cl G FG FGA Pct. FG/G SR 12 16 18 88.9 1.33 SR 12 15 22 68.2 1.25 SO 14 15 19 78.9 1.07 FR 11 11 18 61.1 1.00 SO 11 10 13 76.9 0.91 SO 11 9 17 52.9 0.82 JR 10 8 13 61.5 0.80 FR 12 7 14 50.0 0.58 FR 10 5 8 62.5 0.50


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SACKS Team 1. Williams,Brando MSSU Crossman,Jacob FHSU 3. Webb,Daniel ESU Barrett,Shaquil UNO 5. Bass,David MWSU 6. Davis,Roberto NWMSU 7. Blackwell,P. TSU 8. Palan-Johnson,D WU 9. Lorenson,Josh NWMSU 10. Worthington,S. PSU

Cl SO SR SR FR SO SR SO JR JR SR

G Pos Solo Ast Yds Total Avg/G 11 8 2 63 9.0 0.82 11 DL 8 2 61 9.0 0.82 11 8 1 49 8.5 0.77 11 LB 8 1 45 8.5 0.77 12 DL 8 0 44 8.0 0.67 14 DE 6 2 56 7.0 0.50 11 6 2 47 7.0 0.64 12 DE 7 0 32 7.0 0.58 14 DT 4 3 42 5.5 0.39 12 4 2 40 5.0 0.42

TACKLES FOR LOSS Team Cl 1. Dreiling,Nate PSU FR 2. Crossman,Jacob FHSU SR 3. Williams,Brando MSSU SO 4. Webb,Daniel ESU SR 5. Smith,Kenny MSSU SO 6. Palan-Johnson,D WU JR Row,Johnny PSU SR 8. McDonald,DeonteUCM JR 9. Barrett,Shaquil UNO FR 10. Lorenson,Josh NWMSU JR FUMBLES FORCED 1. Elliott,Michael Barrett,Shaquil 3. Foster-Rettig,A 4. Collier,Corderi 5. Davis,Roberto 6. Pister,Ben 7. Weaver,Tyrone Webb,Daniel 9. Glades,Matt Dreiling,Nate

G Pos Solo Ast Yds Total Avg 12 15 11 49 20.5 1.71 11 DL 16 6 93 19.0 1.73 11 14 6 90 17.0 1.55 11 15 2 69 16.0 1.45 11 9 9 58 13.5 1.23 12 DE 12 0 43 12.0 1.00 12 9 6 47 12.0 1.00 14 DE 8 7 39 11.5 0.82 11 LB 10 3 52 11.5 1.05 14 DT 8 5 55 10.5 0.75

Team Cl G Num Avg/G TSU JR 11 3 0.27 UNO FR 11 3 0.27 NWMSU SR 13 3 0.23 MSSU JR 9 2 0.22 NWMSU SR 14 3 0.21 MWSU SO 10 2 0.20 ESU SO 11 2 0.18 ESU SR 11 2 0.18 MWSU SR 12 2 0.17 PSU FR 12 2 0.17 G Num Avg/G 11 3 0.27 11 2 0.18 11 2 0.18 11 2 0.18 11 2 0.18 12 2 0.17 13 2 0.15 14 2 0.14 14 2 0.14 9 1 0.11

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FUMBLES RCVD Team Cl 1. Teer,Nick MSSU SR 2. Reynolds,Adam TSU JR Woodard,Josh MSSU SR Williams,A.J. UNO SR Elliott,Michael TSU JR 6. Davis,Kendall MWSU SR 7. Douglas,Marlon UCM JR 8. Carter,Joe UCM SO Patterson,Calvi UCM JR 10. Garner,Ronnell WU FR

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PAT KICKING Team Cl G FG FGA Pct. 1. Ivanisevic,Stev WU SR 12 50 50 100.0 2. Herndon,Dallas MSSU SO 11 29 30 96.7 3. Adolf,Todd NWMSU SO 14 62 65 95.4 4. Beckwith,Brad MWSU SR 12 40 43 93.0 5. Ramsay,Jacob UNO FR 10 45 49 91.8 6. Jamieson,Aaron UCM SO 14 63 72 87.5 7. King,Zak ESU JR 10 23 27 85.2 8. Kimbrough,Tyler FHSU SO 11 34 40 85.0 9. Koon,Derek TSU FR 11 22 26 84.6 10. Craig,Jake PSU FR 12 27 32 84.4

TACKLES Team Cl G Pos Solo Ast Total Avg Sack 1. Dreiling,Nate PSU FR 12 73 87 160 13.3 1.5 2. Whitehill,Alex FHSU JR 11 LB 56 62 118 10.7 0.5 3. Kilgore,Chad NWMSU JR 14 LB 51 73 124 8.9 3.0 4. Elliott,Michael TSU JR 11 50 41 91 8.3 1.0 5. Smith,Chas PSU SO 12 61 38 99 8.2 1.0 6. Kuhlman,Alex PSU SR 11 36 54 90 8.2 0.0 7. Pfannenstiel,Ma WU JR 12 LB 48 43 91 7.6 3.5 Taylor,Jahmil WU SO 12 LB 50 41 91 7.6 3.0 9. Barrett,Shaquil UNO FR 11 LB 51 31 82 7.5 8.5 10. Brawner,Jared WU SR 11 LB 37 42 79 7.2 1.5 12. Wilhoite,Michae WU SR 12 LB 44 37 81 6.8 2.5 48. Palan-Johnson,D WU JR 12 DE 31 21 52 4.3 7.0 49. Atagi,Bryce WU FR 12 25 25 50 4.2 2.0

1998 MIAA Overall NWMSU 9 0 1.000 15 0 1.000 ESU 7 2 .778 9 2 .818 UCM 6 3 .667 8 3 .727 PSU 6 3 .667 7 3 .700 TSU 6 3 .667 6 5 .545 MWSU 3 6 .333 5 6 .455 WU 3 6 .333 4 7 .364 MSSU 3 6 .333 3 7 .300 SBU 2 7 .222 3 8 .273 UMR 0 9 .000 0 11 .000

2002 MIAA Overall NWMSU 9 0 1.000 12 1 .923 UCM 8 1 .889 10 2 .833 ESU 6 3 .667 9 3 .750 PSU 6 3 .667 8 3 .727 MWSU 4 5 .444 6 5 .545 TSU 4 5 .444 6 5 .545 MSSU 3 6 .333 5 6 .455 WU 3 6 .333 3 8 .273 SBU 2 7 .222 3 8 .273 UMR 0 9 .000 0 11 .000

1995 MIAA Overall PSU 9 0 0 1.000 12 1 1 .893 MWSU 6 3 0 .667 7 3 1 .682 TSU 6 3 0 .667 6 5 0 .545 NWMSU 6 3 0 .667 6 5 0 .545 MSSU 5 4 0 .556 6 4 0 .600 ESU 4 5 0 .444 5 6 0 .455 WU 3 6 0 .333 4 6 0 .400 UCM 3 6 0 .333 4 6 0 .400 SBU 2 7 0 .222 2 8 0 .200 UMR 1 8 0 .111 1 9 0 .100

1999 MIAA Overall NWMSU 9 0 1.000 14 1 .933 PSU 8 1 .889 10 2 .833 MWSU 6 3 .667 7 4 .636 UCM 5 4 .556 7 4 .636 WU 4 5 .444 6 5 .545 ESU 4 5 .444 5 6 .455 TSU 4 5 .444 4 7 .364 MSSU 3 6 .333 5 6 .455 SBU 2 7 .222 2 9 .182 UMR 0 9 .000 0 11 .000

2003 MIAA Overall UCM 7 2 .778 9 2 ESU 7 2 .778 9 3 MWSU 7 2 .778 9 3 PSU 7 2 .778 9 3 NWMSU 7 2 .778 8 3 TSU 4 5 .444 4 7 WU 3 6 .333 5 6 SBU 2 7 .222 3 8 MSSU 1 8 .111 1 10 UMR 0 9 .000 0 11

1996 MIAA Overall NWMSU 8 1 .889 11 2 .846 PSU 8 1 .889 8 3 .727 TSU 7 2 .778 7 4 .636 MWSU 5 4 .556 7 4 .636 MSSU 5 4 .556 6 4 .600 ESU 5 4 .556 5 6 .455 WU 4 5 .444 4 6 .400 UCM 2 7 .222 4 7 .364 UMR 1 8 .111 3 8 .273 SBU 0 9 .000 0 10 .000

2000 MIAA Overall NWMSU 9 0 1.000 11 1 .917 MWSU 8 1 .889 8 4 .667 PSU 7 2 .778 9 3 .750 UCM 5 4 .556 7 4 .636 ESU 5 4 .556 6 5 .556 TSU 5 4 .556 6 5 .556 WU 3 6 .333 5 6 .455 MSSU 2 7 .222 2 9 .182 SBU 1 8 .111 2 9 .182 UMR 0 9 .000 2 9 .182

2004 MIAA Overall PSU 9 0 1.000 14 1 .933 NWMSU 8 1 .889 11 2 .846 WU 6 3 .667 8 4 .667 UCM 5 4 .556 7 4 .636 ESU 4 5 .444 5 6 .455 MSSU 4 5 .444 5 6 .455 MWSU 4 5 .444 5 6 .455 UMR 2 7 .222 3 8 .273 TSU 2 7 .222 2 9 .182 SBU 1 8 .111 2 9 .182

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1992 MIAA Overall PSU 9 0 0 1.000 14 1 0 .933 TSU 7 2 0 .778 9 3 0 .750 ESU 6 3 0 .667 7 3 0 .700 UCM 6 3 0 .667 6 4 0 .600 NWMSU 6 3 0 .667 6 5 0 .545 MWSU 4 5 0 .444 5 6 0 .455 MSSU 3 6 0 .333 4 6 0 .400 WU 2 7 0 .222 2 8 0 .200 SBU 1 8 0 .111 2 8 0 .200 UMR 1 8 0 .111 2 9 0 .182

2001 MIAA Overall PSU 8 1 .889 11 2 .846 UCM 7 2 .778 10 2 .833 TSU 6 3 .667 8 3 .727 MWSU 6 3 .667 8 3 .727 NWMSU 6 3 .667 7 4 .636 SBU 4 5 .444 6 5 .545 ESU 3 6 .333 5 6 .455 MSSU 3 6 .333 4 6 .400 WU 2 7 .222 3 8 .273 UMR 0 9 .000 2 9 .182

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1991 MIAA Overall PSU 8 0 1 .944 13 1 1 .900 MSSU 7 2 0 .778 8 3 0 .727 SBU 5 4 0 .556 7 4 0 .636 UCM 5 4 0 .556 5 6 0 .455 TSU 5 4 0 .556 5 6 0 .455 ESU 4 5 0 .444 5 5 0 .500 NWMSU 4 5 0 .444 5 6 0 .455 UMR 3 5 1 .389 4 6 1 .409 MWSU 2 7 0 .222 4 7 0 .364 WU 1 8 0 .111 1 10 0 .091

1997 MIAA Overall NWMSU 9 0 1.000 12 1 .923 PSU 8 1 .889 9 2 .818 MSSU 6 3 .667 7 3 .700 TSU 6 3 .667 6 4 .600 ESU 5 4 .556 7 4 .636 UCM 4 5 .444 5 6 .455 MWSU 3 6 .333 5 6 .455 WU 2 7 .222 3 8 .273 UMR 2 7 .222 3 8 .273 SBU 0 9 .000 0 10 .000

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1990 MIAA Overall PSU 9 0 0 1.000 12 1 0 .923 TSU 8 1 0 .889 9 2 0 .818 SEMSU 7 2 0 .778 7 3 0 .700 UCM 5 4 0 .556 5 5 0 .500 MSSU 4 5 0 .444 4 5 0 .444 WU 4 5 0 .444 4 6 0 .400 SBU 4 5 0 .444 4 6 0 .400 NWMSU 2 7 0 .222 2 8 1 .227 MWSU 2 7 0 .222 2 8 0 .200 UMR 0 9 0 .000 0 10 0 .000

1993 MIAA Overall MSSU 9 0 0 1.000 9 1 1 .864 PSU 8 1 0 .889 8 3 0 .727 MWSU 6 2 1 .722 8 2 1 .773 UCM 6 2 1 .722 7 2 1 .750 TSU 5 4 0 .556 6 5 0 .545 ESU 3 6 0 .333 3 7 0 .300 NWMSU 3 6 0 .333 3 8 0 .364 UMR 2 7 0 .222 3 7 0 .300 SBU 2 7 0 .222 2 9 0 .182 WU 0 9 0 .000 0 10 0 .000

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PASSES DEFENDED Team Cl G Brup Int Total Avg/G 1. Jones,Ryan NWMSU SR 14 12 6 18 1.29 2. Byrd,Terrence TSU JR 11 9 4 13 1.18 3. Douglas,Marlon UCM JR 13 11 4 15 1.15 4. Kuhlman,Alex PSU SR 11 10 2 12 1.09 1989 MIAA Overall PSU 10 0 0 1.000 12 1 0 .923 NWMSU 8 2 0 .800 9 3 0 .750 SEMSU 7 3 0 .700 7 4 0 .636 MSSU 6 4 0 .600 6 4 0 .600 SBU 5 5 0 .500 5 5 0 .500 UCM 5 5 0 .500 5 6 0 .455 MWSU 5 5 0 .500 5 6 0 .455 TSU 4 6 0 .400 4 7 0 .364 WU 3 7 0 .300 3 7 0 .300 UMR 1 9 0 .100 1 9 0 .100 LU 1 9 0 .100 1 10 0 .091

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Team Cl G FG FGA LNG Pct. WU SR 12 16 18 49 88.9 UCM SO 14 15 19 46 78.9 MSSU SO 11 10 13 42 76.9 MWSU SR 12 15 22 56 68.2 UNO FR 10 5 8 48 62.5 ESU JR 10 8 13 38 61.5 TSU FR 11 11 18 41 61.1 FHSU SO 11 9 17 52 52.9 PSU FR 12 7 14 46 50.0

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2005 MIAA Overall WU 7 1 .875 9 3 MWSU 6 2 .750 9 3 NWMSU 6 2 .750 11 4 PSU 6 2 .750 10 4 UCM 5 3 .625 7 3 ESU 3 5 .375 4 6 MSSU 2 6 .250 3 7 SBU 1 7 .125 3 8 TSU 0 8 .000 2 9

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2006 MIAA Overall NWMSU 9 0 1.000 14 1 .933 PSU 7 2 .778 10 2 .833 MWSU 7 2 .778 9 3 .750 WU 6 3 .667 7 4 .636 TSU 6 3 .667 6 5 .545 MSSU 3 6 .333 5 6 .455 UCM 3 6 .333 5 6 .455 ESU 2 7 .222 3 8 .273 FHSU 1 8 .111 1 10 .091 SBU 1 8 .111 1 10 .091

Team Records

SCORING Most Points Scored Game: 94 MSU 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 MSU vs. SBU, 9-24-27 Season: 116 Pittsburg St., 2004 (15 gms.) Most Conversions Made Kicking Game: 13 PSU vs. Mo. Sci. & Tech., 9-25-04 Season: 109 Pittsburg St., 2004 (15 gms.) Most 2-Point Conversions Made Game: 5 ESU vs. Mo. Sci. & Tech., 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 Nine times, most recently by NWMSU & MWSU, 2010 Most Safeties Game: 3 ESU vs. UCM, 9-18-99 Season: 5 UCM, 1999 (11g) & 2003 (11 games); NWMSU, 2007 (14 games) FIRST DOWNS Most Total First Downs Game: 41 SBU vs. TSU, 10-6-07 Season: 429 Pittsburg State, 2004 (15 games) Most First Downs Rushing Game: 29 Mo. Sci. & Tech. 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: 229 Central Missouri, 2010 (14 games) TOTAL OFFENSE Most Total Offensive Plays Game: 126 SBU vs. TSU, 10-6-07 Season: 1,077 Northwest Missouri, 1999 (15 games) Most Yards Total Offense Game: 809 PSU vs. Mo. Sci. & Tech., 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) 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

2007 MIAA Overall NWMSU 9 0 1.000 12 2 .857 WU 7 2 .778 8 4 .667 MWSU 6 3 .667 9 3 .750 PSU 6 3 .667 8 3 .727 UCM 6 3 .667 7 4 .636 MSSU 4 5 .444 6 5 .545 TSU 4 5 .444 6 5 .545 FHSU 2 7 .222 4 7 .364 ESU 1 8 .111 3 8 .273 SBU 0 9 .000 0 11 .000

2009 MIAA Overall NWMSU 9 0 1.000 14 1 .933 MWSU 6 3 .667 9 3 .750 WU 6 3 .667 8 3 .727 UCM 6 3 .667 8 3 .727 UNO 6 3 .667 7 5 .583 FHSU 4 5 .444 6 5 .545 PSU 3 6 .333 5 6 .455 MSSU 3 6 .333 3 7 .300 ESU 1 8 .111 2 9 .182 TSU 1 8 .111 2 9 .182

2008 MIAA Overall NWMSU 9 0 1.000 13 2 PSU 8 1 .889 11 2 UNO 6 3 .667 7 4 UCM 5 4 .556 7 4 MWSU 5 4 .556 6 6 WU 4 5 .444 6 5 TSU 3 6 .333 4 7 ESU 2 7 .222 4 7 MSSU 2 7 .222 4 7 FHSU 1 8 .111 2 9

2010 MIAA Overall NWMSU 9 0 1.000 12 2 .857 UCM 8 1 .889 11 3 .786 WU 6 3 .667 8 4 .667 MWSU 6 3 .667 8 4 .667 UNO 5 4 .556 5 6 .455 PSU 3 6 .333 6 6 .500 ESU 3 6 .333 5 6 .455 MSSU 2 7 .222 4 7 .364 TSU 2 7 .222 4 7 .364 FHSU 1 8 .111 3 8 .273

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PASSING Most Pass Attempts Game: 76 ESU vs. FHSU, 9-2-95; Mo. Sci. & Tech. vs. MWSU, 11-15-03 Season: 678 Central Missouri, 2010 (14 games) Highest Average Per Attempt Season: 10.69 Pittsburg State, 2004 (342-3656 yards) Most Pass Completions Game: 47 Mo. Sci. & Tech. vs. MWSU, 11-1503 Season: 451 Central Missouri, 2010 (14 games) Highest Average Per Completion Season: 21.2 Northwest Missouri, 1992 (35-743 yards) Highest Completion Percentage Season: 71.3 Central Missouri, 2005 (196-of-275, 2298 yds.) Most Yards Gained Passing Game: 547 Central Missouri at Illinois State (9-2-10) Season: 5,311 Central Missouri, 2010 (14 games) Most Touchdowns Passing Game: 7 PSU vs. Oklahoma Panhandle State, 9-9-06 Season: 47 Central Missouri, 2010 (14 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. Mo. Sci. & Tech., 10-22-83 Season: 63 Pittsburg State, 1995 (14 games) Highest Average Punt Return (min. 2/game) Season: 20.3 Northwest Missouri, 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: 26.4 Missouri Western, 2010 (47-1,241 yds.)

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Most Kickoff Returns for Touchdowns Game: 2 TSU vs. PSU, 11-2-02; FHSU at Western State, 8-29-09 Season: 2 Eleven times, most recently: Northwest Missouri State, 2010 (15 games) & Fort Hays State, 2010 (11 games) FUMBLES Most Fumbles Game: 11 Mo. Sci. & Tech. vs. NWMSU, 10-29-55; SBU vs. MSSU, 9 30 00 Season: 54 Northwest Missouri, 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, 2004 (13 games) Most Yards Penalized Game: 185 UCM vs. Eastern Illinois, 10-4-69 Season: 1146 Northwest Missouri, 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: 126 TSU vs. SBU, 10-6-07 Season: 1,056 Northwest Missouri, 2007 (14 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 Mo. Sci. & Tech., 1978; MWSU 1997 Most Punts Blocked Game: 3 SBU vs. NWMSU, 9-16-95 Season: 7 Northwest Missouri, 2006 (15 games) Most Field Goals Blocked Game: 2 PSU vs. Friends, 9-7-91; MWSU vs. PSU, 9-20-08 Season: 5 Northwest Missouri, 1989 RUSHING DEFENSE Fewest Rushing Attempts Allowed Game: 11 TSU vs. Minnesota State-Mankato, 8-24-06

Schools: UCM=Central Missouri; 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; SBU= Southwest Baptist; TSU=Truman; UNO=Nebraska-Omaha; WU=Washburn

Season 294 Missouri-Rolla, 1949 (8 games) Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed Game: -74 NWMSU vs. SBU, 9-29-07 Season: 346 Missouri-Rolla, 1980 (10 games) Fewest Rushing Touchdowns Allowed Season: 1 Northwest Missouri, 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; NWMSU vs. SBU, 9-29-07 Season: 33 Missouri-Rolla, 1980 (10 games) PASSING DEFENSE Fewest Passing Attempts Allowed Game: 1 Mo. Sci. & Tech. 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 Missouri, 1931 (9 games) Fewest Passing First Downs Allowed Game: 0 nine times, most recently: PSU vs. Oklahoma Panhandle, 9 9-06 Season: 42 Northwest Missouri, 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; ESU vs. Central Oklahoma, 9-8-07; NWMSU vs. West Texas A&M, 11-24-07 Season: 5 Washburn, 2007 (12 games) SCORING DEFENSE Fewest Points Allowed Season: 6 Northwest Missouri, 1931 (9 games) Lowest Opponent Scoring Average Season: 0.7 Northwest Missouri, 1931 (9 games) Most Shutouts Season: 8 Northwest Missouri, 1931 (9 games) FREQUENCIES Most Victories Season: 15 Northwest Missouri, 1998 Most Defeats Season: 11 NWMSU, 1978 & 1994; LU, 1976 & 1981; Mo. Sci. & Tech., 1998, 1999, 2002, 2003; SBU 2007


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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: 7073 Xavier Omon, NWMSU 2004-07 Highest Average Per Carry Season: 9.0 Germaine Race, PSU 2004 (247 att.-2213 yards) Career: 7.4 Germaine Race, PSU 2003-06 (941 att.-6985 yards) Most Times Gaining 100-plus Yards Rushing Season: 14 Ronald Moore, PSU, 1992 (15 games) Career: 37 Xavier Omon, NWMSU 2004-07 (54 games)

Most Point-After Kicks Attempted Game: 13 Nathan Alleman, PSU vs. Mo. Sci. & Tech., 9-25-04 Season: 112 Nathan Alleman, PSU, 2004 Career: 326 Nathan Alleman, PSU, 2003-06

Most Touchdowns Rushing Game: 7 Brian Shay, ESU vs. Mo. Sci. & Tech., 11-8-97 Season: 39 Ronald Moore, PSU 1992 Career: 107 Germaine Race, PSU 2003-06

Most Point-After Kicks Made Game: 13 Nathan Alleman, PSU vs. Mo. Sci. & Tech., 9-25-04 Season: 109 Nathan Alleman, PSU, 2004 Career: 314 Nathan Alleman, PSU, 2003-06

PASSING Most Pass Attempts Game: 76 Evan Gray, Mo. Sci. & Tech. vs. MWSU, 11-15-03 Season: 670 Eric Czerniewski, UCM, 2010 Career: 1678 Eric Czerniewski, UCM, 2006-10

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 Yards Gained Passing Game: 493 Matt Ticich, TSU vs. Upper Iowa, 9-8-07; Eric Czerniewski, UCM at Illinois State, 9-2-10 Season: 5207 Eric Czerniewski, UCM, 2010 Career: 12,847 Eric Czerniewski, UCM, 2006-10

Highest Field Goal Percentage Season (min. 10 made): 92.3 Eivind Listerud, Mo. Sci. & Tech., 1993 (12-of-13) Career (min. 20 made): 89.7 Steve Ivanisevic, WU, 2010-11 (35-of-39)

Highest Completion Percentage Season (min. 100 comp.): 74.6 Toby Korrodi, UCM 2005 (179-of-240) Career (min. 200 comp.): 69.0 Toby Korrodi, UCM 2005-06 (390-of-565)

Most Touchdowns on Interception Returns Game: 1 Several Players Season: 2 13 times; Most Recently: Marlon Douglas, UCM; & Paul Stephens, UCM; - both 2010 Career: 4 Terek Wilson, PSU, 2000-03; Kendall Ricketts, UCM, 2004-08 Most Consecutive Games with an Interception 8 Darin Nix, Mo. Sci. & Tech., 11-6-93 to 10-8-94 TOTAL OFFENSE Most Offensive Plays Game: 85 Evan Gray, Mo. Sci. & Tech. vs. MWSU, 11-15-03 Season: 719 Eric Czerniewski, UCM, 2010 Career: 1895 Eric Czerniewski, UCM, 2006-10 Most Yards Total Offense Game: 533 Josh Chapman, MSSU vs. WU, 9-28-02 Season: 5,203 Eric Czerniewski, UCM, 2010 Career: 12,978 Eric Czerniewski, UCM, 2006-10 ALL-PURPOSE YARDS Most All-Purpose Yards Game: 469 Brian Shay, ESU vs. WU, 10-30-97

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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 Season: 2 eight times, most recently: Cary Williams, WU 2007 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. Minnesota-Duluth, 12-1-01; Mark Smith to Bryan Pray, PSU vs. MSSU, 9-26-06 Longest Rushing Play 99 LaRonn Council, NWMSU vs. UCM, 10-11-08 Longest Interception Return 100 Bruce Johnson, LU vs. Mo. Sci. & Tech., 11-23-72; Nate Bruto, MWSU at FHSU, 9-12-09; Travis Lee, ESU vs. Central Oklahoma, 9-9-07 Longest Punt Return 97 Frank Ricchi, Mo. Sci. & Tech. vs. NWMSU, 1949 Longest Kickoff Return 100 15 times, most recently: TJ Fannin, MWSU vs. Fort Hays State, 11-13-10 Longest Fumble Return 100 Robert Spinks, MSSU vs. TSU, 10-2-04

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Most Consecutive Field Goals Made 11 Josh Barcus, PSU 9-19-98 to 10-24-98

INTERCEPTIONS Most Pass Interceptions Game: 5 Gary Evans, TSU vs. Mo. Sci. & Tech., 10-18-75; Bruce Johnson, LU vs. Kentucky State, 10-5-74 Season: 14 Pierre Thomas, MWSU, 2003 Career: 29 Bill Grantham, Mo. Sci. & Tech., 1977-80

KICKOFF RETURNS Most Kickoff Returns Game: 10 Phil Kenney, TSU vs. MSSU, 11-3-07 Season: 42 Bobby Yates, UCM, 1990 Career: 99 Joe Wingate, NWMSU, 1970-73

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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

Most Touchdowns Passing Game: 6 Dane Simoneau, WU vs. PSU, 10-17-09; Jeff Phillips, UCM vs. LU, 10-24-87; Kasey Waterman, MWSU vs. Mo. Sci. & Tech., 9-16-00; Jake Czeschin, TSU vs. Mo. Sci. & Tech., 10-30-04; Eric Czerniewski, UCM at Abilene Christian, 11-27-11 Season: 46 Eric Czerniewski, UCM, 2010 Career: 107 Eric Czerniewski, UCM, 2006-07

Most Touchdowns Receiving Game: 4 Larry Shepard, UCM vs. UNK, 10-1-60; Eric Holm, TSU vs. LU, 11-8-80; Rod Smith, MSSU vs. TSU, 10-2-93; Jake Soy, NWMSU vs. MSSU, 10-10-09; Jake Soy, NWMSU vs. FHSU, 10-31-09; Joe Hastings, WU vs. Nebraska-Omaha; 10-9-10 Season: 27 Jake Soy, NWMSU, 2009 Career: 40 Sam Sissom, WU, 2002-06; Jake Soy, NWMSU, 2008-pr

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

history

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 Pass Completions Game: 47 Evan Gray, Mo. Sci. & Tech. vs. MWSU, 11-15-03 Season: 447 Eric Czerniewski, UCM, 2010 Career: 1043 Eric Czerniewski, UCM, 2006-10

Highest Average Per Reception Season (min. 40 rec.): 24.0 Rod Smith, MSSU 1991 (60-1439 yards) Career (min. 80 rec.): 20.9 O.J. Murdock, FHSU, 2009-10 (95-1987 yards)

records

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 Yards Gained Receiving Game: 254 Rod Smith, MSSU vs. SBU, 10-19-91 Season: 1,559 Jake Soy, NWMSU 2009 Career: 4497 Jamaica Rector, NWMSU, 2001-04

Highest Average Per Punt Return Season (min. 10 ret.): 20.3 Jeff Linden, NWMSU 1982 (13-264) Career (min. 20 ret.): 21.2 Gene Huffman, Mo. Sci. & Tech., 1948-51 (29-804 yds.)

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Most Yards by a Quarterback Game: 286 Joseph Johnson, NWMSU vs. ESU, 11-7-92 Season: 1398 Neal Philpot, PSU 2004 Career: 4337 Neal Philpot, PSU, 2001-04

RECEIVING Most Pass Receptions Game: 21 Jarett Vito, ESU vs. TSU, 11-4-95 Season: 143 Nick Smart, SBU 2007 Career: 300 Andrew Blakley, TSU, 1999-2002

PUNT RETURNS Most Punt Returns Game: 9 Craig Heath, Mo. Sci. & Tech. vs. Missouri Valley, 9-8-79; Colon McNeal, WU vs. FHSU, 9 11-99 Season: 43 Jason Melnick, NWMSU 1996 Career: 115 Kendall Wright, NWMSU (2005-08)

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Most Touchdowns Scored Game: 7 Brian Shay, ESU vs. Mo. Sci. & Tech., 11-8-97 Season: 41 Ronald Moore, PSU, 1992 Career: 109 Germaine Race, PSU, 2003-06

Most Consecutive Pass Completions One game: 18 Travis Miles, NWMSU vs. WU, 10-28-00 Multiple games: 23 Toby Korrodi, UCM , 10-14 to 10-21-06 (went 16-of-16 vs. SBU and completed first seven against MSSU) Most Consecutive Attempts Without an Interception 247 Toby Korrodi, UCM, 10-29-05 to 10-21-06 Most Consecutive Games with a TD Pass 25 Matt Cook, MSSU, 1990-93

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, Mo. Sci. & Tech., 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)

opponents

SCORING Most Points Scored Game: 46 Brian Shay, ESU vs. Mo. Sci. & Tech., 11-8-97 Season: 254 Ronald Moore, PSU, 1992 Career: 634 Germaine Race, PSU, 2003-06

RUSHING Most Rushing Attempts Game: 50 Chris Brooks, UCM vs. TSU, 11-11-89 Season: 370 Xavier Omon, NWMSU 2007 Career: 1271 Xavier Omon, NWMSU 2004-07

Most Yards Gained Per Completion Season(min. 100 comp.): 18.7 Matt Cook, MSSU, 1991 (141-2637 yards) Career (min. 200 comp.): 18.4 Bill Foster, UCM, 1976-79 (271-4975 yds.)

Season: 3400 Ronald Moore, PSU 1992 Career: 9301 Brian Shay, ESU, 1995-98

coaches

Individual Records

Most Defensive Extra Points Scored Game: 10 ten times, most recenty: Ryan Jones, NWMSU vs. GVSU, 12-12-09 Season: 2 Ryan Jones, NWMSU 2009

Most Yards Gained Per Attempt Season (min. 100 att.): 10.7 Jeff Moreland, PSU 1995 (170-1825 yards) Career (min. 200 att.): 8.6 Neal Philpot, PSU, 2001-04 (678-5831 yds.)

players

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 228 Central Missouri, 9-21-91 to present Most Consecutive Shutouts Posted 7 Northwest Missouri, 1931 Most Consecutive Games Without a Tie 333 Truman, 10-14-78 to present Most Consecutive Conference Wins 46 Northwest Missouri, 11-5-05 to present Most Conference Games Without a Defeat 46 Northwest Missouri, 11-5-05 to present Most Consecutive Winning Seasons 20 Pittsburg State, 1989-2009 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

Most Points Scored by a Placekicker Game: 19 Steve Huff, UCM vs. SEMSU, 11-2-85 (6 FG, 1 PAT) Season: 123 David Purnell, NWMSU 1999 (18 FG, 69 PAT) Career: 401 Nathan Alleman, PSU 2003-06 (29 FG, 314 PAT)

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Most 300-plus Rushing Games Season: 12 Pittsburg State, 2004 (15 games) Most 300-plus Passing Games Season: 11 Central Missouri, 2010 (14 games)


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REVIEW

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All-Time MIAA Lists SINGLE-GAME RUSHING Player Yds. 1. Ronald Moore, PSU vs. Portland St., 12-5-92 379 2. Brian Shay, ESU vs. WU, 10-5-96 361 3. Albert Bland, MSSU vs. WU, 10-29-94 321 4. Tyler Paul, ESU vs. TSU, 10-4-03 311 5. Germaine Race, PSU vs. UCM, 11-11-06 309 Xavier Omon, NWMSU vs. Chadron St., 12-1-07 309 SINGLE-SEASON RUSHING Player, School, Yr. Yds. Att. Avg. TDs 1. Ronald Moore, PSU 1992 2585 356 7.3 39 2. Xavier Omon, NWMSU 2007 2337 370 6.3 37 3. Brian Shay, ESU 1998 2265 293 7.7 29 4. Germaine Race, PSU 2004 2213 247 9.0 26 5. Jarrett Anderson, TSU 1996 2140 321 6.7 27 6. Brian Shay, ESU 1996 2103 342 6.1 18 7. Brian Shay, ESU 1997 1912 269 7.1 29 8. Germaine Race, PSU 2005 1846 239 7.7 33 9. Jeremiah White, MWSU 2005 1801 296 6.1 11 10. LaRon Council, NWMSU, 2009 1782 299 6.0 22 CAREER RUSHING Player, School, Yrs. Yds. Att. Avg. 1. Xavier Omon, NWMSU 2004-07 7073 1271 5.6 2. Germaine Race, PSU 2003-06 6985 941 7.4 3. Brian Shay, ESU 1995-98 6958 1007 6.9 4. Jarrett Anderson, TSU 1993-96 6313 1015 6.2 5. Ronald Moore, PSU 1989-92 5776 869 6.6 6. Darren Dawson, PSU 1989-91 4565 667 6.8 7. Dale Mills, TSU 1957-60 4502 751 6.0 8. Neal Philpot, PSU 2001-04 4337 827 5.2 9. Chad Guthrie, TSU 1989-92 4146 800 5.2 10. LaRon Council, NWMSU 2006-09 4044 713 5.7 SINGLE-GAME PASSING Player 1. Matt Ticich, TSU vs. Upper Iowa, 9-8-07 Eric Czerniewski, UCM at Illinois State, 9-2-11 3. Jake Czeschin, TSU vs. NWMSU, 10-23-04 4. Eric Czerniewski, UCM at Abilene Christian, 11-27-10 5. John McMenamin, NWMSU vs. UCM, 10-27-01 Evan Gray, Mo. Sci. & Tech. vs. MWSU, 11-15-03 SINGLE-SEASON PASSING Player, School, Yr. Yds. Att.-C. Pct. 1. Eric Czerniewski, UCM 2010 5207 670-447 66.7 2. Blake Bolles, NWMSU 2009 4145 449-312 69.5 3. Chris Greisen, NWMSU 1998 4076 451-280 62.1 4. Blake Bolles, NWMSU 2010 3846 459-289 62.2 5. Chris Hegg, TSU 1985 3782 503-284 56.5 6. Josh Lamberson, NWMSU 2005 3766 486-324 66.7 7. John McMenamin, NWMSU 2002 3583 491-296 60.3 8. Mike Garrison, FHSU 2010 3513 420-250 59.5 9. Dane Simoneau, WU 2010 3459 374-223 59.6 10. Nathan Emert, MSSU 2004 3406 485-302 62.3

CAREER Tackles Player, School, Yr. Total Tackles 1. Marti Rave, TSU 1975-77 489 2. Zach Watkins, WU 2006-09 473 3 Chris Brown, PSU 1992-95 470 4. Grant Gould, WU 2002-05 459 5. Robert Newhart, MWSU 1979-82 456 6. John Harvey, MSU 1978-81 452 7. Dave Svehla, NWMSU 1987-90 450 8. Steve Savard, NWMSU 1982-85 441 9. Dennis O’Hagan, MSU 1977-80 423 10. Ron Burton, MSSU 1990-93 416 SINGLE SEASON TACKLES Player, School, Yr. 1. Dennis O’Hagen, MSU 1980 2. John Harvey, MSU 1979 3. B.J. McGivern, PSU 1995 4. Shane McBride, ESU 1997 5. Dave Svehla, NWMSU 1989 6. Tim Stull, TSU 1984 7. Nate Dreiling, PSU 2010 8. Craig O’Sadnick, TSU 1973 9. Anthony Parks, PSU 1995 10. Chris Brown, PSU 1995

Total Tackles 226 186 172 166 165 164 160 159 154 149

TDs 92 107 81 70 74 61 61 55 38 59 Yds. 493 493 479 477 473 473 TDs 46 42 38 30 32 33 28 25 33 23

CAREER PASSING Player, School, Yrs. Yds. 1. Eric Czerniewski, UCM 2006-10 12,847 2. Drew Newhart, MWSU 2007-10 10,691 3. Kasey Waterman, MWSU 1998-2001 10,025 4. Eric Howe, TSU 1998-2001 9097 5. Adam Hinspeter, MSSU 2005-2008 9016 6. Blake Bolles, NWMSU, 2007-2010 8668 7. Chris Greisen, NWMSU 1995-98 7457 8. Josh Lamberson, NWMSU 2002-05 7365 9. Paul Kaiser, UCM 1993-95, 1997 7233 10. Dane Simoneau, WU 2008-pr. 7202

Att.-C. 1678-1043 1348-817 1304-730 1203-687 1368-842 995-662 853-500 873-575 982-513 813-471

Pct. TDs 62.2 107 60.1 95 56.0 98 57.1 70 61.5 61 66.5 79 58.6 68 65.8 65 52.2 58 57.9 64

SINGLE-GAME RECEIVING Player Yds. Rec. Avg. TDs 1. Rod Smith, MSSU vs. SBU, 10-19-91 254 8 31.8 3 2. Mike Berentes, TSU vs. MSU, 11-7-70 248 10 24.8 2 3. Terren Adams, MWSU vs. WU, 11-16-91 238 11 21.6 3 Kendall Fisher, PSU, vs. ESU, 10-10-09 238 6 39.7 3 4. Sam Sissom, WU vs. Colorado Mines, 8-27-05 231 7 33.0 3 5. Cedric Houston, MWSU vs Mesa State, 9-5-09 229 6 38.2 3 SINGLE-SEASON RECEIVING Player, School, Yr. Yds. Rec. Avg. TDs 1. Jake Soy, NWMSU 2009 1559 92 16.9 27 2. Joe Hastings, WU 2010 1546 87 17.8 15 3. Ronnie West, PSU 1991 1495 74 20.2 14 4. Jamorris Warren, UCM 2010 1458 109 13.4 20 5. Rod Smith, MSSU 1991 1439 60 24.0 15 6. Steve Hansley, NWMSU 1984 1343 67 20.0 11 7. Jake Soy, NWMSU 2010 1311 83 15.8 12 8. Tony Miles, NWMSU 1998 1306 85 15.4 16 9. Andre Rector, NWMSU 2005 1297 97 13.4 11 10. O.J. Murdock, FHSU 2010 1290 60 21.5 12 CAREER RECEIVING Player, School, Yrs. Yds. Rec. Avg. TDs 1. Jamaica Rector, NWMSU 2001-04 4497 289 15.6 38 2. Tony Miles, NWMSU 1997-2000 3890 235 16.6 37 3. Andrew Blakley, TSU 1999-2002 3458 300 11.5 22 4. Sam Sissom, WU 2002-06* 3288 191 17.2 40 5. Kendall Wright, NWMSU 2005-08 3253 243 13.4 21 6. Lester McCoy, ESU 1997-2000 3234 193 16.8 33 7. Steve Hansley, NWMSU 1983-85 3118 196 15.9 26 8. Michael Dritlein, WU 1992-95 3103 170 18.3 18 9. Andre Rector, NWMSU 2002-05 3049 213 14.3 18 10. Jake Soy, NWMSU 2008-pr 3010 185 16.3 40 SINGLE-GAME TOTAL OFFENSE Player Total Pass Rush 1. Josh Chapman, MSSU vs. WU, 9-28-02 533 337 196 2. Matt Ticich, TSU vs. Upper Iowa, 9-8-07 516 493 23 3. Eric Czerniewski, UCM at Illinois State, 9-2-10 500 493 7 4. Josh Chapman, MSSU vs. Mo. Sci. & Tech., 11-16-02 492 246 246 5. Brandon Landry, Mo. Sci. & Tech. vs. Colorado Mines, 9-4-04 485 449 36

CAREER INTERCEPTIONS Player, School, Yr. Interceptions 1. Bill Grantham, MST 1977-80 29 2. Edwin Lane, MST 1966-69 25 3. Fletcher Terrell, WU 2003-06 22 Ron Collier, UCM 1968-71 22 Pierre Thomas, MWSU 2000-03 22 6. Robin Fisher, UCM 1980-84 18 Joe Wingate, NWMSU 1970-73 18 8. Randy Baehr, NWMSU 1972-75 17 Duke Palmer, PSU 1989-92 17 10. Jason Agee, NWMSU 1988-90 16 Mike Rivers, NWMSU 1983-84 16 Miles Burnsides, NWMSU 2006-09 16 Jim White, MST 1970-73 16 SINGLE SEASON INTERCEPTIONS Player, School, Yr. 1. Pierre Thomas, MWSU 2003 2. Gary Evans, TSU 1975 Bill Grantham, S&T 1978 Greg Maack, UCM 1982 5. Mike Rivers, NWMSU 1983 6. Duke Palmer, PSU 1992 7. Joe Wingate, NWMSU 1970 Darren Blair, TSU 1982 Mitchell Mason, MWSU 1995 Brent Burnside, MWSU 1999 Fletcher Terell, WU 2005

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SINGLE-SEASON TOTAL OFFENSE Player, School, Yr. Total Pass 1. Eric Czerniewski, UCM 2010 5203 5207 2. Blake Bolles, NWMSU 2009 4258 4145 3. Chris Greisen, NWMSU 1998 4151 4076 4. Blake Bolles, NWMSU 2010 4094 3846 5. Andy Majors, PSU 2005 4028 3065 6. Mike Garrison, FHSU 2010 3960 3513 7. Chris Hegg, TSU 1985 3782 3741 8. Josh Lamberson, NWMSU 2005 3748 3766 9. Nathan Emert, MSSU 2004 3514 3406 10. Dusty Burk, TSU 2002 3441 2621 CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE Player, School, Yr. Total Pass 1. Eric Czerniewski, UCM, 2006-10* 12,978 12,847 2. Drew Newhart, MWSU 2007-10 10,594 10,691 3. Neal Philpot, PSU 2001-04 10,168 5831 4. Kasey Waterman, MWSU 1998-2001 10,056 10,025 5. Blake Bolles, NWMSU 2007-10 9254 8537 6. Eric Howe, TSU 1998-2001 9040 9097 7. Adam Hinspeter, MSSU 2005-08 8881 9016 8. Josh Chapman, MSSU 1999-2002 8801 5568 9. Matt Ticich, TSU 2006-08 8509 7011 10. Tyler Schuerman, WU 2000-04* 8315 6525 SINGLE-GAME SCORING Player Points 1. Brian Shay, ESU vs. Mo. Sci. & Tech., 11-8-97 46 2. Louis Stark, MSU vs. SBU, 9-24-27 37 3. Jarrett Anderson, TSU vs. ESU, 11-9-96 36 4. Dale Mills. TSU vs. Mo. Sci. & Tech., 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. Xavier Omon, NWMSU 2007 228 3. LaRon Council, NWMSU 2008 216 4. Brian Shay, ESU 1997 198 Germaine Race, PSU 2005 198 6. Brian Shay, ESU 1998 176 7. Jarrett Anderson, TSU 1996 168 8. Germaine Race, PSU 2004 164 9. Jake Soy, NWMSU 2009 162 10. Xavier Omon, NWMSU 2006 144 David Jansen, NWMSU 1999 144 Kegan Coleman, UCM 2002 144 CAREER SCORING Player, School, Yr. Points 1. Germaine Race, PSU 2003-06 634 2. Xavier Omon, NWMSU 2004-07 590 3. Brian Shay, ESU, 1995-98 544 4. Ronald Moore, PSU 1989-92 480 5. Jarrett Anderson, TSU 1993-96 446 6. Dale Mills, TSU 1957-60 407 7. Nathan Alleman, PSU 2003-06! 401 8. David Purnell, NWMSU 1996-99 400 9. Tommy Frevert, NWMSU 2005-08 386 10. Kegan Coleman, UCM 2001-04 384

CAREER Sacks Player, School, Yr. 1. Troy Wilson, PSU 1989-92 2. Dennis Heim, MSU 1974-77 3. Ryan Meredith, PSU 2003-06 4. Wes Martin, UCM 1980-83 5. Morgan Trokey, MSU 1976-78 Milt Sanderman, UCM 1982-84 Ben Peterson, PSU 1995-98 John Frerking, MST 1982-85 9. Sean Paddock, NWMSU 2006-09 10. Eric McDowell, MWSU 1999-2003

Sacks 46 41 32.5 32 29 29 29 29 27 24.5

Career Pass break ups Player, School, Yr. 1. Fletcher Terrell, WU 2003-06 2. Tyreece Whyte, MWSU 1998-2001 Desmond Polk, MWSU 2000-03 4. Tim Ries, MSU 1975-78 Travis Stepps, PSU 1997-2001 Levi Neville, PSU 2000-03 7. Marlin Johnson, UCM 1993-96 8. Bill Beckett, MSU1975-78 Ray Lingard, UCM 1989-92 Darold Smith, WU 2000-03

PBUs 48 31 31 28 28 28 23 21 21 21

Single season Sacks Player, School, Yr. 1. Troy Wilson, PSU 1991 2. Kevin Patterson, SBU 1986 3. Eric McDowell, MWSU 2003 4. Milt Sanderman, UCM 1984 Ben Peterson, PSU 1998 6. Dave Tollefson, NWMSU 2005 7. Al Fulton, TSU 1972 Elijah Lockhart, TSU 1982 Karl Burrell, ESU 1992 Patrick Cook, ESU 1995

Sacks 23.0 15.5 15.0 14.0 14.0 12.5 12.0 12.0 12.0 12.0

Single season Pass break ups Player, School, Yr. 1. Freddy Thompson, TSU 1983 2. Travis Stepps, PSU 2001 3. Justin Walter, TSU 2001 4. Fletcher Terrell, WU 2003 5. Fletcher Terrell, WU 2004 6. Eric Wright, PSU 2004 7. Marlin Johnson, UCM 1996 8. Zuri Stokes, WU 1996 9. Marcus Yokely, TSU 2003 10. Eric Perks, PSU 1992

PBUs 16 16 16 15 15 14 13 13 13 12

Rush -4 113 75 248 963 447 41 -18 108 820 Rush 131 -97 4337 31 717 -57 -135 3233 1498 1790


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Driving Distance School Enrollment Location Population from Topeka University of Central Missouri x x x x x x x x x x x x 11,000 Warrensburg, Mo. 16,340 126 miles Emporia State University x x x x x x x x x x x x x 6,258 Emporia, Kan. 26,666 65 miles Fort Hays State University x x x x x x x x x x x x 7,500 Hays, Kan. 19,841 205 miles Lincoln University x x x x x x x x x x x 3,224 Jefferson City, Mo. 39,636 219 miles Missouri Southern State University x x x x x x x x x x x x 5,740 Joplin, Mo. 46,373 226 miles Missouri Western State University x x x x x x x x x 5,158 St. Joseph, Mo. 72,663 101 miles Northwest Missouri State University x x x x x x x x x x x x x 6,500 Maryville, Mo. 10,581 141 miles Pittsburg State University x x x x x x x x x x x 6,751 Pittsburg, Kan. 19,243 172 miles Southwest Baptist University x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 3,536 Bolivar, Mo. 9,143 198 miles Truman State University x x x x x x x x x x x x x 6,000 Kirksville, Mo. 16,988 221 miles Washburn University x x x x x x x x x x 7,002 Topeka, Kan. 122,008 --

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kcoleman@themiaa.com

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Kellen Coleman

Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Member Directory

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The Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association, a 11-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 14 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. On Sept. 20, 2010, Dr. Bob Boerigter became the fourth full-time MIAA Commissioner replacing Jim Johnson who spent three years as the league’s commissioner. Boerigter spent nine years as the athletic director at Northwest Missouri State. Johnson resigned to become the athletic director at Pittsburg State. Amber Feldman joined the MIAA offices as Assistant Commissioner for Compliance in August 2010. Larry House started in the summer of 2007 assisting the MIAA in the marketing of the conference events. Kellen Coleman started in the summer of 2009 as the director of communications overseeing media relations for the conference.


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MIAA Regular Season Champions Year Team 1924 Truman 1925 Northwest Missouri 1926 Central Missouri 1927 Truman 1928 Truman Southwest Missouri 1929 Truman 1930 Truman 1931 Northwest Missouri 1932 Truman 1933 Truman 1934 Truman 1935 Truman 1936 Truman 1937 Southeast Missouri 1938 Northwest Missouri 1939 Northwest Missouri 1940 Southwest Missouri 1941 Missouri-Rolla Northwest Missouri 1942 Northwest Missouri Southeast Missouri 1943-45 No MIAA Competition 1946 Southeast Missouri 1947 Missouri-Rolla 1948 Northwest Missouri Southwest Missouri 1949 Missouri-Rolla 1950 Missouri-Rolla 1951 Truman Southwest Missouri 1952 Truman Northwest Missouri 1953 Truman 1954 Truman 1955 Southeast Missouri

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

Year Team 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 1982 Truman 1983 Central Missouri Missouri-Rolla 1984 Northwest Missouri

MIAA Overall 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 5-0-0 9-2-0 4-1-0 6-5-0 4-1-0 8-2-0 5-0-0 10-1-0

Year Team 1985 Truman 1986 Central Missouri 1987 Central Missouri Southeast Missouri 1988 Central Missouri Truman Southeast Missouri 1989 Pittsburg State 1990 Pittsburg State 1991 Pittsburg State 1992 Pittsburg State 1993 Missouri Southern 1994 Pittsburg State 1995 Pittsburg State 1996 Pittsburg State Northwest Missouri 1997 Northwest Missouri 1998 Northwest Missouri 1999 Northwest Missouri 2000 Northwest Missouri 2001 Pittsburg State 2002 Northwest Missouri 2003 Central Missouri Emporia State Missouri Western Pittsburg State Northwest Missouri 2004 Pittsburg State 2005 Washburn 2006 Northwest Missouri 2007 Northwest Missouri 2008 Northwest Missouri 2009 Northwest Missouri 2010 Northwest Missouri

MIAA Overall 5-0-0 8-3-0 5-0-0 8-3-0 4-0-1 7-3-1 4-0-1 6-4-1 5-1-0 6-5-0 5-1-0 7-3-0 5-1-0 6-4-0 10-0-0 12-1-0 9-0-0 12-1-0 8-0-1 13-1-1 9-0-0 14-1-0 9-0-0 9-1-1 9-0-0 10-1-0 9-0-0 12-1-1 8-1 11-2 9-0 12-1 9-0 12-1 9-0 15-0 9-0 14-1 9-0 11-1 8-1 11-2 9-0 12-1 7-2 9-2 7-2 9-3 7-2 8-3 7-2 9-3 7-2 8-3 9-0 14-1 7-1 9-3 9-0 14-1 9-0 12-2 9-0 13-2 9-0 14-1 9-0 12-2

MIAA Teams in the NCAA Playoffs School Appearances Years NCAA Champs Central Missouri 2 2002, 2010 Emporia State 1 2003 Fort Hays State 0* Lincoln 0 Mo. Southern St. 1 1993 Mo. Western St. 2 2006, 2010 Northwest Mo. St. 14 1984, 1989, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 1997, 1998, 2009 Pittsburg St. 16 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008 1992 Southwest Baptist 0 Truman 4 1982, 90, 92, 94 Washburn 2 2005, 2007 *NOTE: Teams only listed for appearances as MIAA schools

MIAA Teams by year in the NCAA Playoffs Year Teams Schools 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1 TSU

Year Teams 1983 1984 1 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 2 1990 2 1991 1 1992 2

Schools NWMSU

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Year Teams 1993 2 1994 2 1995 1 1996 2 1997 2 1998 1 1999 2 2000 2 2001 1 2002 2

Schools MSSU, PSU PSU, TSU PSU NWMSU, PSU NWMSU, PSU NWMSU NWMSU, PSU NWMSU, PSU PSU UCM, NWMSU

Year Teams 2003 2 2004 2 2005 3 2006 2 2007 2 2008 3 2009 1 2010 3

Schools ESU, PSU NWMSU, PSU NWMSU, PSU, WU MWSU, NWMSU NWMSU, WU NWMSU, PSU, UNO NWMSU UCM, NWMSU, MWSU


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Yards Per Carry Career • 5.67, (602/3,416) Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004-07 Season • 7.1, (87/618) Allen Moore, 1991 Career Game Avg. • 96.3, Dino DeLisa, 1983-85 (29/2,794) Season Game Avg. • 118.5, Dino DeLisa, 1983 (10/1,185) 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 Longest Run from Scrimmage Melvin Myricks, 1965 vs Nebraska-Kearney 94 yards Most Rushing Touchdowns in a Game Art Fletcher, 1948, vs Benedictine 5

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Yards Career • 3,416, Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004-07 Season • 1,203, Trent Hearn, 2005 By a sr. • 1,199, Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2007 By a jr. • 1,203, Trent Hearn, 2005 By a so. • 1,185, Dino DeLisa, 1983 By a fr. • 1,116, Trent Hearn, 2003 Game • 241, Kevin McCormick vs. Missouri Valley, 1971 Attempts Career • 679, Trent Hearn, 2003-06 Season • 262, Dino DeLisa, 1983 Game • 42, Dino DeLisa vs. Emporia State, 1985 (166 yds.)

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Trent Hearn Career Rushing Leaders Career Leaders Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004-07 (freshman) (sophomore) (junior) (senior) Trent Hearn, 2003-06 Dino DeLisa, 1983-85 Les Williams, 1986-90 Brandon Rainer, 1998-2001 Brandon Walker, 2005-08 Vershon Moore, 2009-pr 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. 3,416 602 1,084 215 443 78 690 100 1,199 209 3,154 679 2,794 665 2,209 522 2,171 457 2,015 437 1,968 337 1,927 1,816 322 1,790 422 1,698 1,670 299 1,581 472 1,480 420 1,448 335

Avg 5.7 5.0 5.7 6.9 5.7 4.6 4.2 4.2 4.8 4.6 5.8

TD 34 11 4 7 12 48 29 19 31 21 19

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Season Rushing Leaders Season Leaders Trent Hearn, 2005 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2007 Dino DeLisa, 1983 Trent Hearn, 2003 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004 Vershon Moore, 2010 Art Fletcher, 1948 Vershon Moore, 2009 Les Williams, 1988 Phil Brooks, 1989 Dino DeLisa, 1985 Kevin McCormick, 1971 Willie Sapp, 1997 Greg Lane, 1990 Brandon Walker, 2007

Yards 1,203 1,199 1,185 1,116 1,084 1,007 979 961 947 936 888 862 819 772 760

Avg 5.4 5.7 4.5 4.8 5.0 5.6 5.4 6.1 4.6 5.0 4.1 5.0 5.6 4.3 4.8

Att. 224 209 262 235 215 181 180 156 206 188 215 172 146 178 157

TD 20 12 14 16 11 11 8 5 6 7 13 8 3 10


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Rushing Attempts in a Career No. Name 679 Trent Hearn 665 Dino DeLisa 602 Ra’Shawn Mosley 522 Les Williams 495 Joe Schartz 457 Brandon Rainer 442 Tyler Schuerman 437 Brandon Walker 420 Brent Cripps 392 Kevin McCormick

Att 679 665 602 522 495 457 442 437 420 392

Yards 3154 2794 3416 2209 1095 2171 1790 2017 1480 1581

Years 2002-06 1983-85 2004-07 1986-90 1993-96 1998-01 1999-04 2005-08 1974-77 1969-71

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Three 100 yard rushers in same game Name Combined Yards 1. Ra’Shawn Mosley (147), Brandon Walker (133) and Terrance Lowe (117) vs Truman (10/20/07) 397 Two 100 yard rushers in same game Name Combined Yards 1. Terrance Lowe (177) and Ra’Shawn Mosley (145) 312 vs Southwest Baptist (11/10/07) 2. Ra’Shawn Mosley (193) and Brandon Walker (105) 298 vs Southwest Baptist (9/30/06) 3. Chris Brown (129) and Trent Hearn (122) 251 vs Missouri Southern (10/29/05) 4. Nick Cummings (122) and Joe Schartz (104) 226 vs Missouri Western (10/22/94) Career 100 yard rushing games Name 1. Dino DeLisa 2. Trent Hearn 3. Ra’Shawn Mosley 4. Brandon Walker Vershon Moore 5. Justin Cooper

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Yards 1185 1116 1203 888 1084 690 1199 271 947 708

Carries Yards 42 166 40 164 37 186 36 112 35 154 34 153 34 132

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Att 262 235 224 215 215 212 209 207 206 189

Date 10/5/85 11/2/91 11/12/83 10/20/84 10/20/90 11/15/03 10/27/01

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Rushing Attempts in a Season No. Name 262 Dino DeLisa 235 Trent Hearn 224 Trent Hearn 215 Dino DeLisa 215 Ra’Shawn Mosley 212 Kevin McCormick 209 Ra’Shawn Mosley 207 Barry Galbraith 206 Les Williams 189 Tyler Schuerman

Rushing Attempts in a Game Name Opponent Dino DeLisa Emporia State Talmadge Graham at Southwest Baptist Dino DeLisa Missouri Southern Dino DeLisa at Fort Hays State Greg Lane at Northwest Missouri Trent Hearn Missouri Southern Dustin Hickel at Emporia State 33 (five times - most recently by) Brandon Walker Pittsburg State

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Touchdowns in a Career No. Name Years 48 Trent Hearn 2002-06 34 Ra’Shawn Mosley 2004-07 31 Brandon Rainer 1998-01 29 Dino DeLisa 1983-85 25 Tyler Schuerman 1999-04 23 Joe Schartz 1993-96 21 Brandon Walker 2005-08 20 Kevin McCormick 1969-71 19 Les Williams 1986-90 19 Vershon Moore 2009-pr

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Touchdowns in a Season No. Name Year 20 Trent Hearn 2005 16 Trent Hearn 2003 16 Tyler Schuerman 2000 14 Dino DeLisa 1983 13 Kevin McCormick 1971 12 Ra’Shawn Mosley 2007 11 Vershon Moore 2010 11 Ra’Shawn Mosley 2004 10 three times

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Brandon Rainer 200-Yard Rushing Games Name Opponent Kevin McCormick Missouri Valley Vershon Moore Truman Vershon Moore at Colorado Mines Dino DeLisa at Benedictine Ra’Shawn Mosley at Missouri Western Kevin McCormick St. Mary’s

Date Yards (Att) 9/11/71 241 (18) 10/31/09 227 (17) 8/28/10 218 (24) 9/17/83 216 (33) 9/29/07 210 (33) 9/18/71 209 (31)

100-Yard Rushing Games (108 total) Name Opponent Ra’Shawn Mosley Southwest Baptist Phil Brooks Missouri Western Dino DeLisa Missouri Southern Les Williams Emporia State Phil Brooks Northwest Missouri Joe Schartz at Southwest Baptist Trent Hearn Truman Terrance Lowe at Southwest Baptist Trent Hearn Missouri-Rolla Greg Lane at Missouri Western Vershon Moore at Fort Hays State Ra’Shawn Mosley Missouri Western Ra’Shawn Mosley at Missouri Southern Dino DeLisa Emporia State Talmadge Graham at Southwest Baptist Trent Hearn Pittsburg State Dino DeLisa at Missouri Valley Greg Lane Pittsburg State Greg Lane at Northwest Missouri Ron Davis at Emporia State Vershon Moore at Emporia State Trent Hearn Missouri Southern Brandon Walker at Emporia State Jeff Roether at Northern Colorado Ra’Shawn Mosley Truman Brandon Walker Pittsburg State Ra’Shawn Mosley at Southwest Baptist Ra’Shawn Mosley Southwest Baptist Dino DeLisa at Wayne State (Neb.) Trent Hearn Fort Hays State Jeff Roether Fort Hays State

Date Yards (Att) 9/30/06 193 (15) 11/11/89 192 (33) 11/12/83 186 (37) 11/12/88 183 (27) 10/21/89 183 (21) 10/21/95 181 (31) 10/15/05 178 (27) 11/10/07 177 (18) 10/25/03 175 (29) 11/10/90 174 (31) 10/2/10 171 (28) 10/30/04 170 (26) 11/6/04 168 (31) 10/5/85 166 (42) 11/2/91 164 (40) 10/1/05 162 (30) 9/24/83 162 (26) 10/27/90 161 (31) 10/20/90 154 (35) 10/9/82 154 (27) 11/7/09 154 (13) 11/15/03 153 (34) 10/13/07 153 (10) 10/28/72 148 (18) 10/20/07 147 (21) 11/3/07 145 (33) 11/10/07 145 (21) 10/9/04 143 (23) 10/13/84 139 (24) 9/13/03 137 (22) 10/14/72 137 (18)

Justin Cooper Dino DeLisa Gary Yager Trent Hearn Brandon Walker Dustin Hickel Nick Cummings Gary Yager Trent Hearn Dino DeLisa Jim Bernard Dustin Hickel Lorenza Rayford Chris Brown Clarence Taylor Vershon Moore Phil Brooks Dino DeLisa Justin Cooper Nick Cummings Dino DeLisa Trent Hearn Nick Cummings Dino DeLisa Allen Moore Reggie Jones Joe Schartz Allen Moore Keith Coleman Terreance Lowe Johnny Perkins Clarence Taylor Trent Hearn Justin Cooper Vershon Moore Brandon Walker Les Williams Gary Yager Tyler Schuerman Dino DeLisa Clarence Taylor Justin Cooper

at Colorado Mines Missouri Southern at Pittsburg State at Emporia State Truman at Emporia State Missouri Southern Emporia State at Southwest Baptist Wayne State (Neb.) at Missouri Western Central Missouri Northwest Missouri Missouri Southern Langston at Central Missouri at Southwest Baptist Pittsburg State at Pittsburg State Southwest Baptist Wayne State (Neb.) Missouri Southern Missouri Western at Central Missouri Truman at Missouri-Rolla Central Missouri at Emporia State Emporia State Truman at Wayne State (Neb.) at Fort Hays State Central Missouri Emporia State Missouri Western at Missouri Southern Missouri Western at Missouri Western at Truman at Fort Hays State at Missouri Western at Truman

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Kevin McCormick 8/29/09 9/28/85 11/15/75 9/20/03 10/20/07 10/27/01 10/30/93 10/4/75 10/18/03 10/15/83 10/29/83 10/11/01 9/13/86 10/5/05 9/10/77 9/25/10 11/4/89 10/6/84 10/16/10 11/12/94 10/19/85 10/5/05 10/22/94 9/21/85 9/21/91 10/7/00 10/12/96 10/12/91 10/5/96 10/20/07 11/17/87 10/30/76 11/1/03 10/11/08 9/18/10 11/4/06 10/1/88 9/20/75 11/4/00 10/20/84 10/22/77 10/18/08

136 (13) 135 (29) 135 (28) 133 (28) 133 (19) 132 (34) 132 (24) 131 (24) 131 (23) 131 (23) 131 (17) 130 (21) 129 (19) 129 (17) 129 (13) 125 (21) 125 (23) 125 (23) 123 (17) 123 (25) 123 (24) 122 (8) 122 (21) 121 (26) 120 (4) 120 (20) 119 (18) 118 (9) 117 (20) 117 (11) 116 (23) 116 (21) 115 (26) 115 (22) 114 (21) 114 (21) 114 (20) 114 (19) 113 (29) 112 (36) 112 (16) 112 (30)

Willie Sapp McPherson Dino DeLisa Morningside Willie Sapp at Missouri-Rolla Kevin McCormick Wayne State (Neb.) Talmadge Graham at Missouri Western Jeff Roether Missouri Southern Phil Brooks Lincoln Ra’Shawn Mosley Colorado Mines Trent Hearn at Northwest Missouri Dino DeLisa at Missouri Western Allen Moore Southwest Baptist Tyler Schuerman Missouri Southern Trent Hearn at Colorado Mines Trent Hearn at Langston Ra’Shawn Mosley Fort Hays State Brandon Walker Northwest Missouri Brandon Walker Southwest Baptist Brandon Rainer Missouri Western Brandon Rainer at Lincoln Cory Heiniger Pittsburg State Dustin Hickel at Truman Ra’Shawn Mosley at Truman Joe Schartz Missouri Western Dino DeLisa at Nebraska-Kearney Dino DeLisa Emporia State Justin Cooper at Missouri Southern Brent Cripps Missouri Valley Tyler Schuerman Wisconsin-LaCrosse Ray Gerstenkorn Missouri Southern Les Williams Pittsburg State Ra’Shawn Mosley at Northwest Missouri Gary Yager at William Jewell Clarence Taylor Pittsburg State Brandon Rainer Truman

9/9/95 110 (5) 9/10/83 110 (29) 10/19/96 110 (17) 9/25/71 109 (23) 11/16/91 109 (21) 10/21/72 108 (22) 10/7/89 108 (23) 8/28/04 108 (19) 10/8/05 107 (33) 11/2/85 107 (31) 11/3/90 107 (15) 9/22/01 106 (26) 8/27/05 106 (21) 9/6/03 106 (18) 9/15/07 106 (14) 10/25/08 106 (12) 9/30/06 105 (20) 9/23/00 105 (19) 9/9/00 105 (16) 11/3/73 104 (24) 10/12/02 104 (22) 9/18/04 104 (17) 10/22/94 104 (17) 11/5/83 103 (30) 10/1/83 103 (24) 10/4/08 109 (21) 9/11/76 102 (21) 9/2/00 102 (20) 11/2/74 101 (20) 10/29/88 101 (19) 10/27/07 101 (18) 9/14/74 100 (23) 10/2/76 100 (21) 10/6/01 100 (13)


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Interceptions Career • 57, Mike Atkins, 1977-80 Season • 20, Mike McCartney, 1985; Mike Atkins, 1980

Pct. .596 .602 .566 .479 .526 .550 .576 .461 .560 .530

TD Int. 33 12 26 9 24 13 24 15 17 15 28 6 16 7 21 12 9 7 13 20

Most Touchdown Passes in a Game Barry Griffiths, 1988, vs ESU and Dane Simoneau, 2009 vs PSU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

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Longest Pass from Scrimmage Barry Griffiths to Troy Slusser, 1988 vs ESU. . . . . . . . . 95 yards

Passing Yards Per Attempt Career (min. 400 att.) • 8.9, Dane Simoneau, 2008-pr 8.7, Jordan Brill, 2003-07 Season (min. 100 att.) • 9.8, Jordan Brill, 2006

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Passing Yards Per Completion Career (min. 400 att.) • 16.2, Joe Schartz, 1993-96 Season (min. 100 att.) • 18.6, Joe Schartz, 1995

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Touchdowns Career • 64, Dane Simoneau, 2008-pr Season • 33, Dane Simoneau, 2010 Game • 6, Barry Griffiths vs. Emporia State, 1988; Dane Simoneau, 2009 vs PSU

Att. 374 309 297 303 293 289 262 308 149 345

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Completion Percentage Career (min. 400 att.) • .579 (471-813-27), Dane Simoneau, 2008-pr; .553 (446-807-36), Jordan Brill, 2003-07 Season (min. 100 att.) • .602 (186-309-9), Dane Simoneau, 2009 Game • .900, Jerry Raushelbach vs. Mo. Valley, 1980 (9-of-10)

Season Passing Yards Season Leaders Yards Cmp. Dane Simoneau, 2010 3,459 223 Dane Simoneau, 2009 2,955 186 Jordan Brill, 2005 2,775 168 Barry Griffiths, 1988 2,530 145 Jordan Brill, 2007 2,376 154 Tyler Schuerman, 2004 2,308 159 Barry Galbraith, 1999 2,269 151 Dustin Hickel, 2002 2,160 142 Aaron Battle, 1998 2,129 266 Mike Atkins, 1980 2,106 183

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Yards Career • 7,202, Dane Simoneau, 2008-pr Season • 3,459, Dane Simoneau, 2010 By a sr. • 2,530, Barry Griffiths, 1988 By a jr. • 3,459, Dane Simoneau, 2010 By a so. • 2,955, Dane Simoneau, 2009 By a fr. • 1,936, Tyler Schuerman, 2000 Game • 418, Mike Atkins vs. Missouri Western, 1979

Jordan Brill Career Passing Yards Career Leaders Yards Cmp. Att. Pct. TD Int. Dane Simoneau, 2008-pr 7,202 471 813 .579 64 27 2008 (freshman) 788 62 130 .477 5 6 2009 (sophomore) 2,955 186 309 .602 26 9 2010 (junior) 3,459 223 374 .596 33 12 Jordan Brill, 2004-2007 7,041 446 807 .553 57 36 Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 6,525 440 831 .529 53 36 Joe Schartz, 1993-96 5,527 307 728 .422 31 54 Mike Atkins, 1977-80 5,437 442 866 .510 31 62 Dustin Hickel, 2001-04 4,144 284 612 .464 33 36 Mike Grogan, 1974-77 3,841 299 612 .489 33 40 Aaron Battle, 1994-98 3,477 244 482 .506 13 15 Barry Galbraith,1995-99 2,684 181 319 .567 19 9 Mark Elliott, 1980-83 2,604 182 418 .435 13 26

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Attempts Career • 866, Mike Atkins, 1977-80 Season • 374, Dane Simoneau, 2010 Game • 63, Mike Atkins vs. Wayne State, 1980

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Dane Simoneau Completions Career • 471, Dane Simoneau, 2008-pr Season • 223, Dane Simoneau, 2010 Game • 34, Mike Atkins vs. Wayne State, 1980

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Tyler Schuerman Career Completions Name, years Dane Simoneau, 2008-pr Jordan Brill, 2003-07 Mike Atkins, 1977-80 Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 Joe Schartz, 1993-96 Mike Grogan, 1974-77 Dustin Hickel, 2001-04 Aaron Battle, 1994-98 Mark Elliott, 1980-83 Barry Galbraith,1995-99

Completions 471 446 442 440 342 299 284 244 182 181

Career Attempts Name, years Mike Atkins, 1977-80 Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 Dane Simoneau, 2008-pr Jordan Brill, 2003-07 Joe Schartz, 1993-96 Mike Grogan, 1974-77 Dustin Hickel, 2001-04 Aaron Battle, 1994-98 Mark Elliott, 1980-83 Dean Ferrell, 1965-68

Attempts 866 831 813 807 728 612 612 482 418 334

Career Completion Percentage (min. Name, years Pct. Dane Simoneau, 2008-pr .579 Jordan Brill, 2003-07 .553 Tyler Schuerman, 1999-04 .529 Mike Atkins, 1977-80 .510 Aaron Battle, 1994-98 .506 Mike Grogan, 1974-77 .489 Joe Schartz, 1993-96 .470 Dustin Hickel, 2000-04 .464 Mark Elliott, 1980-83 .435

Mike Atkins Attempts Yards 813 7,202 807 7,041 866 5,437 831 6,525 728 5,527 612 3,841 612 4,144 481 3,479 418 2,604 319 2,684

Completions 442 440 471 446 307 299 284 244 182 148

Yards 5,437 6,525 7,202 7,041 5,527 3,841 4,144 3,477 2,604 1,525

400 attempts) Comp Att. 471 813 446 807 440 831 442 866 244 482 299 612 342 728 284 612 182 418

Yards 7,202 7,041 6,525 5,437 3,477 3,841 5,527 4,144 2,604

Career Pass Efficiency Rating (min. 400 attempts) Name, years Eff. Comp Att. Dane Simoneau, 2008-pr 151.7 471 813 Jordan Brill, 2003-07 142.9 446 807 Tyler Schuerman, 1999-04 131.3 440 831 Aaron Battle, 1994-98 113.9 244 482 Joe Schartz, 1993-96 110.0 342 728 Dustin Hickel, 2000-04 109.3 284 612 Mike Grogan, 1974-77 106.3 299 612 Mike Atkins, 1977-80 103.2 442 866 Mark Elliott, 1980-83 93.7 182 418

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Season Completions Name, year Dane Simoneau, 2010 Dane Simoneau, 2009 Mike Atkins, 1980 Jordan Brill, 2005 Tyler Schuerman, 2004 Jordan Brill, 2007 Barry Galbraith, 1999 Aaron Battle, 1998 Barry Griffiths, 1988 Dustin Hickel, 2002

Completions 223 186 183 168 159 154 151 149 145 142

Season Attempts Name, year Dane Simoneau, 2010 Mike Atkins, 1980 Dane Simoneau, 2009 Dustin Hickel, 2002 Barry Griffiths, 1988 Jordan Brill, 2005 Jordan Brill, 2007 Tyler Schuerman, 2004 Aaron Battle, 1998 Barry Galbraith, 1999

Attempts 374 345 309 308 303 297 293 289 266 262

Completions 223 183 186 142 145 168 154 159 149 151

Yards 3,459 2,106 2,955 2,160 2,530 2,775 2,376 2,308 2,129 2,269

Season Completion Percentage (min. Name, year Pct. Dane Simoneau, 2009 .60194 Mark Elliott, 1983 .60150 Dane Simoneau, 2010 .596 Jordan Brill, 2006 .577 Barry Galbraith, 1999 .576 Jordan Brill, 2005 .566 Aaron Battle, 1998 .560 Tyler Schuerman, 2004 .550 Tyler Schuerman, 2000 .547 Jeremy Smith, 1992 .533

100 attempts) Comp Att. 186 309 80 133 223 374 79 137 151 262 168 297 149 266 159 289 134 245 72 135

Yards 2,955 1,074 3,459 1,348 2,269 2,775 2,129 2,308 1,936 917

Season Pass Efficiency Rating (min. 100 attempts) Name, year Eff. Comp Att. Dane Simoneau, 2009 162.5 186 309 Dane Simoneau, 2010 160.0 223 374 Jordan Brill, 2006 158.1 79 137 Jordan Brill, 2005 153.0 168 297 Tyler Schuerman, 2004 149.9 159 289 Barry Galbraith, 1999 145.2 151 262 Joe Schartz, 1995 136.2 78 149 Barry Griffiths, 1988 134.2 145 303 Mark Elliott, 1983 132.9 80 133 Jordan Brill, 2007 129.6 154 293

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400-Yard Passing Games Name Opponent 1. Mike Atkins at Missouri Western 2. Barry Griffiths Emporia State 3. Tyler Schuerman vs Northern State

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300-Yard Passing Games Name Opponent Date Yards (Cmp) 1. Dane Simoneau Fort Hays State 10/3/09 398 (20) 2. Barry Griffiths at Central Missouri 9/17/88 392 (18) 3. Dane Simoneau at Nebraska-Omaha 10/10/09 392 (25) 4. Mike Atkins at Pittsburg State 10/4/80 387 (32) 5. Dane Simoneau at Missouri Southern 11/13/10 385 (25) 6. Dane Simoneau Pittsburg State 10/17/09 362 (20) 7. Mark Elliott at Missouri Western 10/29/83 352 (23) 8. Aaron Battle at Missouri Southern 10/24/98 351 (19) 9. Dane Simoneau vs Midwestern State 12/4/10 350 (18) 10. Jordan Brill at Colorado Mines 8/27/05 348 (14) 11. Dane Simoneau at Central Missouri 9/25/10 344 (20) 12. Barry Galbraith Truman 11/6/99 342 (15) 13. Kyle Kingston Central Missouri 9/19/87 332 (14) Dane Simoneau Northwest Missouri 10/23/10 332 (22) 14. Jordan Brill at Western Washington 9/9/06 330 (15) 15. Jeremy Smith Missouri-Rolla 9/18/93 329 (23) 16. Jordan Brill at Central Washington 9/17/05 328 (21) 17. Barry Griffiths Wayne State (Neb.) 10/15/88 327 (17) 18. Dustin Hickel Missouri Western 10/26/02 319 (20) Dane Simoneau Abilene Christian 9/4/10 319 (19) 20. Jordan Brill Colorado Mines 9/2/06 309 (18) 21. Tyler Schuerman Missouri Southern 9/22/01 306 (14) 22. Tyler Schuerman Southwest Baptist 10/14/00 306 (14) Dane Simoneau Missouri Southern 9/12/09 306 (20) 24. Dane Simoneau at Colorado Mines 8/28/10 300 (21)

Season Touchdown Passes Name, year TD Dane Simoneau, 2010 33 Tyler Schuerman, 2004 28 Dane Simoneau, 2009 26 Barry Griffiths, 1988 24 Jordan Brill, 2005 24 Dustin Hickel, 2002 21 Jordan Brill, 2007 17 Barry Galbraith, 1999 16 Mike Atkins, 1980 13 Kyle Kingston, 1987 12 Jordan Brill, 2006 11 Mike Atkins, 1979 11 LeRoy Harmon, 1949 11

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Career Touchdown Passes Name, years TD Dane Simoneau, 2008-pr 64 Jordan Brill, 2003-07 57 Tyler Schuerman, 1999-04 53 Mike Grogan, 1974-77 33 Mike Atkins, 1977-80 33 Dustin Hickel, 2000-04 33 Joe Schartz, 1993-96 31 Barry Griffiths, 1987-88 24 Barry Galbraith, 1995-99 19 Kyle Kingston, 1986-87 15

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Joe Schartz Season Passing Yards per game (min. 7 games) Name, year YPG Games played Dane Simoneau, 2009 288.2 12 games Dane Simoneau, 2009 268.6 11 games Mike Atkins, 1980 234.0 9 games Jordan Brill, 2005 231.2 12 games Barry Griffiths, 1988 230.0 11 games Tyler Schuerman, 2004 209.8 11 games Barry Galbraith, 1999 206.3 11 games Jordan Brill, 2007 198.0 12 games Dustin Hickel, 2002 196.4 11 games Aaron Battle, 1998 193.5 11 games Tyler Schuerman, 2000 176.0 11 games

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Mike Grogan Career Passing Yards per game (min. 20 games) Name, years YPG Games played Dane Simoneau, 2007-pr 240.1 30 games Jordan Brill, 2003-07 190.3 37 games Tyler Schuerman, 1999-04 155.4 42 games Mike Atkins, 1977-80 151.0 36 games Joe Schartz, 1993-96 138.2 40 games Kyle Kingston, 1986-87 115.8 21 games Aaron Battle, 1994-98 105.4 33 games Dustin Hickel, 2000-04 103.6 40 games Barry Galbraith, 1995-99 103.2 26 games Mike Grogan, 1974-77 93.7 41 games Mark Elliott, 1980-83 76.6 34 games

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Pass Receptions Career • 191, Sam Sissom, 2002-06 Season • 87, Joe Hastings, 2010 By a sr. • 87, Joe Hastings, 2010 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; Joe Hastings, at Colorado Mines, 8/28/10 Receiving Yards Career • 3,288, Sam Sissom, 2002-06 Season • 1,546, Joe Hastings, 2010 By a sr. • 1,546, Joe Hastings, 2010 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 • 137.4, 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

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Average Per Reception Career • 25.1 (49-1228), Alan Dressman, 1969-71 Season (min. 25) • 25.9 (28-724) Troy Slusser, 1987 Career TD Receptions Name, years No. Sam Sissom, 2002-06 40 Troy Slusser, 1984-88 34 Mike Odupitan, 2002-05 28 Michael Dritlein, 1992-95 18 Joe Hastings, 2006-10 17 Drameagon Powers, 2006-09 16 Marc Nardella, 1996-99 14 Colon. McNeal, 1998-01 13 Jake Lebahn, 2003-07 12 Brad Cole, 2006-09 12

Season TD Receptions Name, year Troy Slusser, 1988 Sam Sissom, 2004 Joe Hastings, 2010 Sam Sissom, 2002 Mike Odupitan, 2004 Marc Nardella, 1999 Brad Cole, 2009 Four with

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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 Troy Slusser, 1985-88 Marc Nardella, 1996-99 Joe Hastings, 2006-10 Colon McNeal, 1998-2001 Cason Lehman, 2001-05 Mike Keeley, 1975-78 Drameagon Powers, 2005-09 Irv McCoy, 1968-71 Chris Whittle, 1998-2001 Jake Lebahn, 2003-07 Rick Benke, 1974-75 Andy Rucker, 1995-97

No 191 41 39 65 7 39 170 150 134 128 119 119 113 111 104 100 94 78 74 74 66

Yards 3,288 719 555 1,109 231 674 3,103 2,542 1,919 2,827 2,078 2,033 1,808 1,736 1,638 1,666 1,037 1,070 1,384 923 1,212

TD 40 12 6 15 3 4 18 28 11 34 14 17 13 7 10 16 4 1 12 10 7

Avg 17.2 17.5 14.2 17.1 33.0 17.3 18.3 16.9 14.3 22.1 17.4 17.1 16.0 15.7 15.8 16.7 11.0 13.7 18.8 12.5 18.4

Season Reception Leaders Season Leaders Joe Hastings, 2011 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 Michael Dritlein, 1995 Mike Odupitan, 2005 Colon McNeal, 2001 Drameagon Powers, 2009 Rick Benke, 1975 Sam Sissom, 2002

No 87 84 68 65 64 56 54 51 51 50 48 47 43 42 42 41

Yards 1,546 1,128 1,512 1,109 1,136 816 933 742 829 791 1,112 857 732 758 523 719

TD 15 5 20 15 6 10 9 4 4 6 8 8 8 6 7 12

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TD 40 12 6 15 3 4 18 34 28 14 17 11 13 7 16 10 14 8 7 1 4

Avg. 17.2 17.5 14.2 17.1 33.0 17.3 18.3 22.1 16.9 17.4 17.1 14.3 16.0 15.6 16.7 15.8 18.7 25.1 18.3 13.7 16.4

Yards 1,546 1,512 1,134 1,128 1,112 1,109 933 857 829

No 87 68 64 84 48 65 54 47 51

TD 15 20 6 5 8 15 9 8 4

Avg. 17.8 20.2 17.8 13.4 23.2 17.1 17.3 16.9 16.3

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Two 100 yard receivers in same game Name Combined Yards 1. Troy Slusser (252) and Dwayne Haley (106) 358 vs Emporia State (11/12/88) 2. Sam Sissom (216) and Mike Odupitan (119) 335 vs Northern State (12/4/04) 3. Steve Hardesy (152) and Dino DeLisa (113) 265 at Missouri Western (10/29/83) 4. Troy Slusser (155) and Dwayne Haley (104) 259 vs Wayne State (10/15/88) 5. Drameagon Powers (142) and Ryan Mertz (107) 249 vs Nebraska-Omaha (10/10/09) Single Game Receptions Name Opponent Joe Hastings at Colorado Mines Ron Hamilton vs Wayne State Marc Nardella Missouri Western Sam Sissom vs Northern State Michael Dritlein Misouri-Rolla Michael Dritlein at Central Missouri Joe Hastings at Missouri Southern Marc Nardella at Missouri Southern Michael Dritlein at Pittsburg State Anthony Simpson at Southern Illinois Dino DeLisa at Missouri Western Joe Hastings vs Midwestern State 9, four times

Date Rec 8/28/10 13 10/11/80 13 10/17/98 11 12/4/04 11 9/18/93 11 9/25/93 11 11/13/10 11 10/24/98 10 11/7/92 10 9/11/93 10 10/29/83 10 12/4/10 10

Yards 201 217 216 183 174 185 221 139 132 113 223

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Season Receptions per game Name, year Ron Hamilton, 1980 Joe Hastings, 2010 Michael Dritlein, 1993 Troy Slusser, 1988 Marc Nardella, 1998 Sam Sissom, 2004 Ron Hamilton, 1979 Marc Nardella, 1999 Michael Dritlein, 1995 Mike Odupitan, 2004 Colon McNeal, 2000

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No 191 41 39 65 7 39 170 128 150 119 119 134 113 111 100 104 74 49 66 78 94

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Career Receptions per game Name, years No. Ron Hamilton, 1979-80 6.70 Michael Dritlein, 1992-95 4.59 Sam Sissom, 2002-06 4.15 Marc Nardella, 1996-99 3.97 Rick Benke, 1974-75 3.70 Mike Odupitan, 2002-05 3.49 Joe Hastings, 2006-10 3.40 Steve Hardesty, 1982-83 3.10 DaWight Benning, 2000-03 2.86 Troy Slusser, 1984-88 2.84 Mike Keeley, 1975-78 2.74

Joe Hastings Season Reception Yards Season Leaders Joe Hastings, 2010 Troy Slusser, 1988 Marc Nardella, 1998 Ron Hamilton, 1980 Michael Dritlein, 1995 Sam Sissom, 2004 Marc Nardella, 1999 Mike Odupitan, 2005 Colon McNeal, 2000

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Yards 3,288 719 555 1,109 231 674 3,103 2,827 2,524 2,078 2,033 1,909 1,808 1,736 1,666 1,638 1,384 1,228 1,212 1,070 1,037

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Troy Slusser Career Reception Yards Career Leaders (by yardage) Sam Sissom, 2002-06 (freshman) (sophomore) (junior) (senior-medical redshirt) (senior) Michael Dritlein, 1992-95 Troy Slusser, 1985-88 Mike Odupitan, 2002-05 Marc Nardella, 1996-99 Joe Hastings, 2006-10 Ron Hamilton, 1979-80 Colon McNeal, 1998-2001 Cason Lehman, 2001-05 Drameagon Powers, 2006-09 Mike Keeley, 1975-78 Jake Lebahn, 2003-07 Al Dressman, 1969-71 Andy Rucker, 1995-97 Chris Whittle, 1998-2001 Irv McCoy, 1969-71

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Marc Nardella 200-Yard Receiving Games (10) Name Opponent Troy Slusser Emporia State Sam Sissom at Colorado Mines Joe Hastings vs Midwestern State Marc Nardella at Missouri Southern Marc Nardella Missouri Western Sam Sissom vs Northern State Sam Sissom at Western Washington Ron Hamilton vs Pittsburg State Michael Dritlein Truman Joe Hastings at Colorado Mines

Date 11/12/88 8/27/05 12/4/10 10/24/98 10/17/98 12/4/04 9/9/06 10/4/80 9/23/95 8/28/10

Yards (Rec) 252 (8) 231 (7) 223 (10) 221 (10) 217 (11) 216 (11) 214 (7) 212 (11) 201 (7) 201 (13)

100-Yard Receiving Games (82) Name Opponent Joe Hastings at Missouri Southern Michael Dritlein Misouri-Rolla Sam Sissom at Missouri Southern Troy Slusser at Central Missouri Michael Dritlein at Central Missouri Troy Slusser Pittsburg State Marc Nardella at Emporia State Ryan Mertz Central Missouri Marc Nardella Truman Michael Dritlein Missouri-Rolla Michael Dritlein at Truman Troy Slusser at Emporia State Joe Hastings Abilene Christian Drameagon Powers at Central Missouri Troy Slusser Wayne State (Neb.) Sam Sissom Emporia State Jake Lebahn Pittsburg State Marc Nardella Southwest Baptist Troy Slusser Northwest Missouri Steve Hardesty at Missouri Western Joe Hastings at Central Missouri Colon McNeal Missouri Western Colon McNeal Southwest Baptist Brad Cole Pittsburg State Michael Dritlein Missouri Southern Michael Dritlein at Illinois State Troy Slusser Central Missouri Drameagon Powers at Nebraska-Omaha Sam Sissom at Southwest Baptist Marc Nardella at Truman Michael Dritlein at Pittsburg State Mike Odupitan at Missouri Southern DaWight Benning Central Missouri Mike Keeley at East Central Troy Slusser at Northeastern State

Date 11/13/10 9/18/93 9/28/02 9/17/88 9/25/93 10/29/88 11/13/99 9/26/09 11/6/99 10/14/95 10/15/94 11/14/87 9/4/10 9/20/08 10/15/88 9/11/04 11/3/07 9/19/98 9/10/88 10/29/83 9/25/10 9/23/00 10/14/00 10/17/09 11/11/95 9/10/94 9/19/87 10/10/09 10/18/03 10/10/98 11/7/92 11/6/04 11/1/03 11/6/76 9/24/88

Yards (Rec) 185 (11) 183 (11) 179 (5) 176 (5) 174 (11) 172 (7) 165 (8) 165 (5) 163 (4) 162 (7) 160 (8) 160 (7) 156 (7) 156 (7) 155 (8) 153 (4) 153 (6) 152 (8) 152 (7) 152 (7) 151 (8) 149 (7) 149 (6) 149 (6) 145 (8) 145 (4) 144 (3) 142 (7) 141 (6) 140 (8) 139 (10) 138 (5) 136 (4) 135 (9) 133 (9)

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Mike Odupitan Michael Dritlein Troy Slusser Anthony Simpson Drameagon Powers Rick Benke Aaron Gardiner Joe Hastings DeJuan Beard Jake Lebahn Colon McNeal Joe Hastings Steve Hardesty Mike Odupitan Mike Odupitan Mike Odupitan Mike Odupitan Jake Lebahn Troy Slusser Cody Snyder Troy Slusser Michael Dritlein Sam Sissom Mike Odupitan Dino DeLisa Steve Hardesty Marc Nardella Mike Odupitan Michael Dritlein Andy Rucker Colon McNeal Michael Dritlein Colon McNeal Drameagon Powers Joe Hastings Michael Dritlein Troy Slusser Ryan Mertz Dwayne Haley Mike Odupitan James Walker Dwayne Haley Troy Slusser Rick Benke Mike Odupitan Sam Sissom Steve Tacca Michael Dritlein

at Northwest Missouri Missouri Western at Southern Illinois at Northwest Missouri at Fort Hays State Colorado Mines at Fort Hays State Northwest Missouri Fort Hays State Missouri Southern Nebraska-Omaha Emporia State at Truman vs Northern State Western Washington Missouri Western at West Texas A&M Fort Hays State Central Missouri at Nebraska-Kearney at Southwest Baptist Colorado Mines Emporia State at Missouri Western Missouri Western Missouri Southern Central Missouri at Pittsburg State Southwest Baptist Truman Pittsburg State at Missouri-Rolla Fort Hays State at Truman at Central Missouri at Fort Hays State at Nebraska-Omaha Emporia State at Northwest Missouri at Morningside Wayne State (Neb.) at Missouri Southern at Missouri Western Southwest Baptist Northwest Missouri at Pittsburg State at Missouri Southern

11/4/95 11/1/86 9/11/93 10/24/09 10/26/74 9/2/06 10/2/10 10/23/10 9/15/07 9/22/01 10/9/10 10/1/83 9/18/04 12/4/04 9/3/05 10/26/02 11/17/07 11/7/87 9/30/99 10/8/88 10/21/95 8/28/04 11/2/02 10/29/83 11/6/82 9/18/99 9/10/05 10/1/94 10/26/96 10/6/01 10/2/93 10/7/00 10/3/09 10/30/10 10/7/95 11/5/88 10/10/09 11/12/88 10/8/05 9/14/85 10/15/88 10/22/88 9/20/75 10/9/04 10/5/02 10/12/85 10/29/94

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Pass 3,459 2,955 2,308 1,936 2,775 2,160 2,269 2,530 2,376 2,129 2,106 1,452 1,629 1,175 1,286 1,359

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Yards Rush 3,433 -26 2,922 -33 2,691 383 2,644 708 2,630 -145 2,571 411 2,540 271 2,488 -42 2,313 -63 2,267 138 1,905 -201 1,891 439 1,794 165 1,677 502 1,665 379 1,649 290

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Career Touchdowns Responsible For Name, Years Number Tyler Schuerman, 1999-04 78 Dane Simoneau, 2008-pr 68 Jordan Brill, 2003-07 59 Joe Schartz, 1993-96 54 Trent Hearn, 2002-06 49 Dustin Hickel, 2000-04 48 Mike Grogan, 1974-77 46 Sam Sissom, 2002-06 41 Troy Slusser, 1984-88 37 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004-07 35

Season Leaders Dane Simoneau, 2009 Dane Simoneau, 2009 Tyler Schuerman, 2004 Tyler Schuerman, 2000 Jordan Brill, 2005 Dustin Hickel, 2002 Barry Galbraith, 1999 Barry Griffiths, 1988 Jordan Brill, 2007 Aaron Battle, 1998 Mike Atkins, 1980 Joe Schartz, 1995 Kyle Kingston, 1987 Aaron Battle, 1997 Joe Schartz, 1996 Joe Schartz, 1994

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Season Touchdowns Responsible For Name, Year Number Dane Simoneau, 2010 34 Tyler Schuerman, 2004 30 Dustin Hickel, 2002 28 Dane Simoneau, 2009 28 Tyler Schuerman, 2000 26 Barry Griffiths, 1988 24 Jordan Brill, 2005 24 Troy Slusser, 1988 21 Trent Hearn, 2005 20 Barry Galbraith, 1999 19 Jordan Brill, 2007 19

Yards Rush Pass 8,315 1,790 6,525 2,644 708 1,936 1,511 477 1,034 3 3 0 1,466 219 1,247 2,691 383 2,308 7,086 -116 7,202 6,766 -275 7,041 6,622 1,095 5,527 5,242 1,098 4,144 5,223 -214 5,437 4,186 709 3,477 3,924 1,927 1,997 3,940 99 3,841 3,653 -90 3,743 3,416 3,416 0 3,154 3,154 0 3,037 353 2,684 2,794 2,794 0 2,734 302 2,432 2,544 -43 2,587

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Total Offensive Touchdowns Career • 78, Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 Season • 34, Dane Simoneau, 2010 Game • 6, Barry Griffiths vs Emporia State, 1988; Dane Simoneau vs Pittsburg State, 2009

Jordan Brill Career Leaders Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 (freshman, 2000) (sophomore, 2001) (redshirt sophomore, 2002) (junior, 2003) (senior, 2004) Dane Simoneau, 2007-pr Jordan Brill, 2003-07 Joe Schartz, 1993-96 Dustin Hickel, 2001-04 Mike Atkins, 1977-80 Aaron Battle, 1994-98 LeRoy Harmon, 1945-49 Mike Grogan, 1974-77 Dane Simoneau, 2008-09 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004-07 Trent Hearn, 2003-06 Barry Galbraith, 1995-99 Dino DeLisa, 1983-85 Kyle Kingston, 1986-87 Barry Griffiths, 1987-88

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Total Offensive Yards Career • 8,315, Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 (6,525 passing, 1,790 rushing) Season • 3,433, Dane Simoneau, 2010 (3,459 passing, -26 rushing) By a sr. • 2,691, Tyler Schuerman, 2004 By a jr. • 3,433, Dane Simoneau, 2010 By a so. • 2,922, Dane Simoneau, 2009 By a fr. • 2,644, Tyler Schuerman, 2000 Game • 446, Tyler Schuerman vs Northern State, 12/4/04 (400 passing, 46 rushing)

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Tyler Schuerman Total Offensive Plays Career • 1,273, Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 Season • 469, Barry Galbraith, 1999 Game • 69, Mike Atkins vs Wayne State, 1980

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Career Total Offense Per Game Name, year Yards per Games Played Dane Simoneau, 2007-pr 236.2 30 games Tyler Schuerman, 1999-04 198.0 42 games Jordan Brill, 2003-07 182.9 37 games Joe Schartz, 1993-96 165.6 40 games Mike Atkins, 1977-80 145.1 36 games Dustin Hickel, 2000-04 131.1 40 games Kyle Kingston, 1986-87 130.2 21 games Aaron Battle, 1994-98 126.8 33 games Barry Galbraith, 1995,97-99 116.8 26 games Jim Bernard, 1983-86 97.0 22 games Dino DeLisa, 1983-85 96.3 29 games Mike Grogan, 1974-77 96.1 41 games Vershon Moore, 2008-10 95.0 21 games Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004-07 85.4 40 games Trent Hearn, 2003-06 80.9 39 games Mark Elliott, 1980-83 72.6 34 games Willie Sapp, 1995-97 60.5 30 games

Season Total Offense Per Game Name, year Yards per Games Played Dane Simoneau, 2009 286.1 12 games Dane Simoneau, 2009 265.6 11 games Tyler Schuerman, 2004 244.6 11 games Tyler Schuerman, 2000 240.4 11 games Dustin Hickel, 2002 233.7 11 games Barry Galbraith, 1999 230.9 11 games Barry Griffiths, 1988 226.2 11 games Jordan Brill, 2005 219.2 12 games Mike Atkins, 1980 211.7 9 games Aaron Battle, 1998 206.1 11 games Jordan Brill, 2007 192.8 12 games Joe Schartz, 1995 189.1 10 games Tyler Schuerman, 2001 188.9 8 games Kyle Kingston, 1987 179.4 10 games Aaron Battle, 1997 167.7 10 games Joe Schartz, 1996 166.5 10 games

Career Total Offensive Yards Name, years Dane Simoneau, 2008-pr Jordan Brill, 2003-07 Barry Griffiths, 1987-88 Tyler Schuerman, 1999-04 Kyle Kingston, 1986-87 Vershon Moore, 2008-pr Dustin Hickel, 2000-04 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004-07 Willie Sapp, 1995-97 Art Fletcher, 1948 Joe Schartz, 1993-96 Jeremy Smith, 1992-93 Barry Galbraith, 1995,97-99 Jake Iverson, 2006-08 Clarence Taylor, 1974-77 Mike Atkins, 1977-80

Season Total Offensive Yards Per Play min. 50 plays Name, year Plays Yards Dane Simoneau, 2009 333 2,922 Dane Simoneau, 2010 397 3,433 Jordan Brill, 2006 154 1,293 Bob Hardy, 1964 63 489 Jordan Brill, 2005 342 2,630 Barry Griffiths, 1988 329 2,488 Tyler Schuerman, 2004 366 2,691 Allen Moore, 1991 88 618 Kyle Kingston, 1987 256 1,794 Jordan Brill, 2007 334 2,313 Tyler Schuerman, 2003 214 1,466 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2006 101 690 Jon Bingesser, 1960 57 388 Cody Snyder, 1999 64 432 Joey Atwood, 1990 51 339 Terrence Lowe, 2007 65 429

Per Play min. 150 plays Plays Yards 875 7,086 923 6,766 351 2,544 1,273 8,315 419 2,734 338 1,994 917 5,242 603 3,416 322 1,816 180 979 1,223 6,622 355 1,874 585 3,037 233 1,192 254 1,290 1,033 5,223

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YPP 8.77 8.65 8.40 7.76 7.69 7.56 7.35 7.02 7.01 6.93 6.85 6.83 6.81 6.75 6.65 6.60


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Sam Sissom

Michael Dritlein

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YPG 117.0 115.8 111.7 111.1 104.5 104.0 96.0 94.5 89.5 84.8 83.2

YPG 182.9 166.4 145.2 141.9 140.4 136.0 131.2 125.3 118.3 118.2 116.0

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Career Leaders Per Game Average min. 20 games Career Leaders, years Games Vershon Moore, 2008-pr 21 games Troy Slusser, 1984-88 45 games Clarence Taylor, 1974-77 39 games Dino DeLisa, 1983-85 29 games Michael Dritlein, 1992-95 37 games Ron Hamilton, 1979-80 20 games Mike Odupitan, 2002-05 43 games Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004-07 40 games Sam Sissom, 2002-06 46 games Trent Hearn, 2002-06 39 games Willie Sapp, 1995-97 30 games

Season Leaders Per Game Average Season Leaders, year Games Troy Slusser, 1988 11 games Clarence Taylor, 1977 10 games Dino DeLisa, 1983 10 games Michael Dritlein, 1995 10 games Troy Slusser, 1987 11 games Clarence Taylor, 1976 9 games Joe Hastings, 2010 12 games Ron Hamilton, 1980 10 games Vershon Moore, 2009 11 games Sam Sissom, 2004 12 games Mike Odupitan, 2003 10 games

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Yards 5,210 4,357 4,130 4,118 3,867 3,781 3,441 3,306 3,223 2,905 2,607 2,496 2,457 2,432 2,421 2,298

Yards 2,012 1,664 1,575 1,544 1,452 1,419 1,419 1,389 1,301 1,295 1,253 1,237 1,224 1,214 1,202 1,189

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Season Leaders by Yards Troy Slusser, 1988 Clarence Taylor, 1977 Joe Hastings, 2010 Troy Slusser, 1987 Dino DeLisa, 1983 Sam Sissom, 2004 Michael Dritlein, 1995 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2007 Vershon Moore, 2009 Mike Odupitan, 2004 Ron Hamilton, 1980 Trent Hearn, 2005 Clarence Taylor, 1976 Brandon Walker, 2007 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004 Mike Odupitan, 2005

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Career Leaders by Yards Troy Slusser, 1984-88 Clarence Taylor, 1974-77 Mike Odupitan, 2002-05 Sam Sissom, 2002-06 Michael Dritlein, 1992-95 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004-07 Colon McNeal, 1998-01 Trent Hearn, 2002-06 Dino DeLisa, 1983-85 Brandon Walker, 2004-08 Les Williams, 1986-90 Willie Sapp, 1995-97 Vershon Moore, 2008-pr Dashiell Wandix, 1986-89 Andy Rucker, 1995-97 Brandon Rainer, 1998-01

opponents

Troy Slusser All Purpose Yards Career • 5,210, 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. • 1,301, Vershon Moore, 2009 Game • 292,Slusser,Troy; Emporia State; 11/12/88; (252 Rec/27 KOR/3 PR) All Purpose Yards Average Per Game Career • 117.0, Vershon Moore, 2008-pr (21 games) Season • 182.9, Troy Slusser, 1988 (2,012 yards in 11 games)

coaches

Vershon Moore

players

Troy Slusser

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Trent Hearn

LeRoy Harmon

Trent Hearn

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Sam Sissom

Points Scored Career • 296 (49 TD, 1 PAT), Trent Hearn, 2003-06 Season • 128 (21 TD, 1 PAT), Troy Slusser, 1988 Game • 30, (5 TD) Art Fletcher vs. Benedictine, 1948

Sam Sissom

Troy Slusser

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Chad Todd

Career Scoring Leaders Trent Hearn, 2003-06 LeRoy Harmon, 1945-49 Sam Sissom, 2002-06 Troy Slusser, 1985-88 Chad Todd 1997-2000 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004-07 Steve Ivanisevic, 2009-10 Connor Sabel, 2003-06 Brandon Rainer, 1998-2001 Nick Kresic, 1983-86 Mike Odupitan, 2002-05 Dino DeLisa, 1983-85 Brandon Walker, 2005-08 Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 Mike Cassin, 1975-78 Career Touchdowns Scored Trent Hearn, 2002-06 Sam Sissom, 2002-06 Troy Slusser, 1984-88 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004-07 Brandon Rainer, 1998-01 Dino DeLisa, 1983-85 Mike Odupitan, 2002-05 Brandon Walker, 2004-08 Tyler Schuerman, 1999-04 Joe Schartz, 1993-96 Vershon Moore, 2008-pr Brandon Walker, 2004-07 Kevin McCormick, 1969-71 Willie Sapp, 1995-97 Michael Dritlein, 1992-95 Les Williams, 1986-90

Points 296 253 250 226 210 210 207 196 186 186 180 180 158 150 150

Touchdowns Scored Career • 49 (48 rush, 1 rec.), Trent Hearn, 2003-06 Season • 21 (20 rec, 1 punt ret.), Troy Slusser, 1988 Game • 5, (5 TD) Art Fletcher vs. Benedictine, 1948

TD 49

PAT 1

FG 0

41 37 0 35 0 0 31 0 30 30 26 25 0

2 2 102 0 102 157 0 81 0 0 1 0 90

0 0 36 0 35 13 0 35 0 0 0 0 20

49 (48 rush, 1 rcv) 41 (40 rcv, 1 ret) 37 (34 rcv, 3 ret) 35 (34 rush, 1 rcv) 31 (31 rush) 30 (29 rush, 1 rcv) 30 (1 rush, 28 rcv, 1 ret) 26 (21 rush, 4 rcv, 1 ret) 25 (25 rush) 23 (23 rush) 23 (19 rush, 4 rcv) 21 (18 rush, 3 rcv) 20 (20 rush) 19 (14 rush, 5 rcv) 19 (18 rcv, 1 ret) 19 (19 rush)

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Season Scoring Leaders Troy Slusser, 1988 Trent Hearn, 2005 Steve Ivanisevic, 2009 Steve Ivanisevic, 2010 Sam Sissom, 2004 Tyler Schuerman, 2000 Trent Hearn, 2003 Dino DeLisa, 1983 Joe Hastings, 2010 Nick Kresic, 1986 Brandon Walker, 2007 Vershon Moore, 2010 Kevin McCormick, 1971 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2007 Sam Sissom, 2002 Season Touchdowns Scored Troy Slusser, 1988 Trent Hearn, 2005 Trent Hearn, 2003 Tyler Schuerman, 2000 Sam Sissom, 2004 Joe Hastings, 2010 Dino DeLisa, 1983 Vershon Moore, 2010 Kevin McCormick, 1971 Brandon Walker, 2007 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2007 Sam Sissom, 2002 Mike Odupitan, 2004 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004 Nick Cummings, 1994 Ray Gerstenkorn, 1974 Trent Hearn, 2006 Vershon Moore, 2009

Points 128 120 109 98 98 96 96 90 90 85 80 78 78 78 74

TD 21 20 0 0 16 16 16 15 15 0 13 13 13 13 12

PAT 1 0 52 50 1 0 0 0 0 31 1 0 0 0 1

FG 0 0 19 16 0 0 0 0 0 18 0 0 0 0 0

21 (20 rcv, 1 ret) 20 (20 rush) 16 (16 rush) 16 (16 rush) 16 (15 rcv, 1 ret) 15 (15 rcv) 15 (14 rush, 1 rcv) 13 (11 rush, 2 rcv) 13 (13 rush) 13 (10 rush, 3 rcv) 13 (12 rush, 1 rcv) 12 (12 rcv) 11 (1 rush, 10 rcv) 11 (11 rush) 10 (10 rush) 10 (10 rush) 10 (9 rush, 1 rcv) 10 (8 rush, 1 rcv)


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Connor Sabel

coaches Steve Ivanisevic

Extra Points Scored Career Made • 157, Connor Sabel, 2003-06 Career Attempts • 166, Connor Sabel, 2003-06 Season • 59, Connor Sabel, 2005 (59-59) Game • 11, Steve Ivanisevic, vs New Mexico Highlands, 9/4/09 (11 att. also record) Consecutive • 82, Connor Sabel, 8/27/05 to 10/14/06

Field Goals Career Made • 36, Chad Todd, 1997-2000 Career Attempts • 65, Chad Todd, 1997-2000 Season Made • 19, Steve Ivanisevic, 2009 Season Attempts • 24, Nick Kresic, 1986 Game • 4, Mike Cassin vs. Missouri Valley, 1978; Dan Brown vs Emporia State, 1992; Chad Todd vs Wisc.-LaCrosse, 2000; Steve Ivanisevic at Missouri Western, 4/19/09; Steve Ivanisevic at Northwest Missouri, 10/24/09; Steve Ivanisevic vs Nebraska-Omaha, 10/9/10

Career FGs Percentage (min. 25 att.) Pct. Name, years FGM FGA 89.7 Steve Ivanisevic, 2009-10 35 39 74.5 Nick Kresic, 1983-86 35 47 55.4 Chad Todd, 1997-00 36 65 50.0 Dan Brown, 1992-95 21 42 50.0 Dave Ruder, 1988-91 19 38 48.1 Kevin Cummings, 1979-80 13 27 40.8 Mike Cassin, 1975-78 20 49 38.2 Connor Sabel, 2003-06 13 34 32.5 Russ Hill, 1970-73 13 40

Season FGs Attempts No. Name, year 24 Nick Kresic, 1986 21 Steve Ivanisevic, 2009 20 Chad Todd, 1999 19 Chad Todd, 1997 18 Steve Ivanisevic, 2010 17 Russ Hill, 1972 16 Mike Cassin, 1976 16 Dave Ruder, 1988 14 four times

Career FGs Attempts No. Name, years FGM FGA 65 Chad Todd, 1997-00 36 65 49 Mike Cassin, 1975-78 20 49 47 Nick Kresic, 1983-86 35 47 42 Dan Brown, 1992-95 21 42 40 Russ Hill, 1970-73 13 40 39 Steve Ivanisevic, 2009-10 35 39 38 Dave Ruder, 1988-91 19 38 34 Connor Sabel, 2003-06 13 34 27 Kevin Cummings, 1979-80 13 27 17 Gary Kraus, 1974-75 4 17

FGM FGA 18 24 19 21 10 20 8 19 16 18 7 17 4 16 9 16

Mike Cassin

Longest Field Goal Made 52 yards, Russ Hill vs Northern Colorado, 1972; Charles Goodknight vs Emporia State, 1985

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Dave Ruder

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Career FGs Made No. Name, years FGM FGA 36 Chad Todd, 1997-2000 36 65 35 Steve Ivanisevic, 2009-10 35 39 35 Nick Kresic, 1983-86 35 47 21 Dan Brown, 1992-95 21 42 20 Mike Cassin, 1975-78 20 49 19 Dave Ruder, 1988-91 19 38 13 three with

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Season FGs Made No. Name, year FGM FGA 19 Steve Ivanisevic, 2009 19 21 18 Nick Kresic, 1986 18 24 16 Steve Ivanisevic, 2010 16 18 11 Chad Todd, 1998 11 14 10 Chad Todd, 1999 10 20 9 Mike Cassin, 1978 9 13 9 Nick Kresic, 1985 9 13 9 Kevin Cummings, 1979 9 14 9 Dave Ruder, 1988 9 16

Nick Kresic

history

Career PATs Percentage (min. 25 att.) Pct. Name, years PATM PATA 97.1 Steve Ivanisevic, 2009-10 102 105 96.3 Dan Barber, 1987 26 27 95.3 Nick Kresic, 1983-86 81 85 94.6 Connor Sabel, 2003-06 157 166 94.1 Andrew Knight, 2007 32 34 93.3 Garrett Cummings, 2008 28 30 92.8 Dave Ruder, 1988-91 64 69 91.8 Mike Cassin, 1975-78 90 98

records

Career PATs Made No. Name, years PATM PATA 157 Connor Sabel, 2003-06 157 166 102 Steve Ivanisevic, 2009-10 102 105 102 Chad Todd, 1997-00 102 113 90 Mike Cassin, 1975-78 90 98 81 Nick Kresic, 1983-86 81 85 74 Dan Brown, 1992-95 74 81 69 Russ Hill, 1970-73 69 80 64 Dave Ruder, 1988-91 64 69

the miaa

Season PATs Made No. Name, year PATM PATA 59 Connor Sabel, 2005 59 59 52 Steve Ivanisevic, 2009 52 55 50 Steve Ivanisevic, 2010 50 50 45 Connor Sabel, 2004 45 51 42 Chad Todd, 2000 42 45 35 Dave Ruder, 1988 35 36 33 Mike Cassin, 1977 33 34 32 Andrew Knight, 2007 32 34

Chad Todd

review

Chad Todd

opponents

Connor Sabel


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Brent Cripps

Curtis Massey

Eric Roth

Al Kaniper

Eric Roth

Austin Hills

Curtis Massey

Punts Attempted Career • 242, 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 Average Career • 39.9, 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

Punting Yardage Career • 9,113, 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

Longest Punt Randy Davey, vs MWSU, 1982 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 yards Austin Hills, vs Nebraska-Omaha, 11/8/08 . . . . . . . . . 87 yards

Career Punting Leaders Kevin Cummings, 1979-80 Brent Cripps, 1974-77 Curtis Massey, 2004-05 Austin Hills, 2008-10 Al Kaniper, 1988-91 Eric Roth, 1999-02 Jeff Hill, 1966-69 Jon Bakalar, 1970-71 Tim Beasley, 1984-87 Pete Roscetti, 1963-64 Mike Perry, 1978-80 Randy Davey, 1982-83 Ben Boswell, 2003-07 Brian Fuemmeler, 1994-97 Dave Bowen, 1969-72

Punts 72 202 102 146 231 204 191 123 242 48 105 125 153 206 51

Yards 2,879 8,029 4,046 5,734 8,933 7,800 7,230 4,645 9,113 1,811 3,907 4,565 5,586 7,484 1,849

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Avg. 39.99 39.75 39.67 39.27 38.67 38.24 37.85 37.76 37.66 37.29 37.21 36.52 36.51 36.33 36.25

Season Punting Leaders Eric Roth, 2002 Brent Cripps, 1977 Ben Boswell, 2007 Curtis Massey, 2004 Al Kaniper, 1990 Brian Fuemmeler, 1997 Kevin Cummings, 1980 Austin Hills, 2008 Brent Cripps, 1975 Al Kaniper, 1991 Austin Hills, 2010 Tim Beasley, 1986 Jeff Hill, 1969 Brent Cripps, 1976 Jon Bakalar, 1971

Punts 53 46 56 59 62 58 66 64 40 65 43 51 78 54 62

Yards 2252 1934 2296 2416 2488 2312 2627 2541 1573 2555 1680 1992 3044 2106 2417

Avg. 42.49 42.04 41.00 40.95 40.13 39.86 39.80 39.70 39.33 39.31 39.07 39.06 39.03 39.00 38.98


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Brian Fuemmeler

coaches

Ben Boswell

opponents

Brian Fuemmeler

Austin Hills

Season Punts Attempts Name, Year Jeff Hill, 1969 Randy Davey, 1982 Tim Beasley, 1985 Tim Beasley, 1984 Kevin Cummings, 1980 Aron Fass, 1981 Al Kaniper, 1991 Austin Hills, 2008 Jeff Hill, 1967 Brent Cripps, 1974 Al Kaniper, 1990 Jon Bakalar, 1971 Jon Bakalar, 1970 Eric Roth, 1999 Al Kaniper, 1989 Curtis Massey, 2004 Brian Fuemmeler, 1997 Mike Perry, 1978 Ben Boswell, 2007 Ben Boswell, 2006

Punts 78 77 70 67 66 65 65 64 63 62 62 62 61 59 59 59 58 56 56 56

Yards 3,044 2,982 2,608 2,429 2,627 2,299 2,555 2,541 2,420 2,416 2,488 2,417 2,228 2,198 2,281 2,416 2,312 2,060 2,296 1,974

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Randy Davey

Jeff Hill

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Yards 9,113 8,933 7,484 7,800 8,029 7,230 5,586 5,734 4,565 2,645 3,907 4,046 2,887 2,879 2,299 1,837 1,811 1,849 1,521 1,603

Tim Beasley

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Punts 242 231 206 204 202 191 153 146 125 123 105 102 82 72 65 55 52 51 45 45

Yards 3,044 2,982 2,627 2,608 2,555 2,541 2,488 2,429 2,420 2,417 2,416 2,416 2,312 2,299 2,296 2,281 2,228 2,252 2,198 2,106

history

Career Punting Attempts Name, Years Tim Beasley, 1984-87 Al Kaniper, 1988-91 Brian Fuemmeler, 1994-97 Eric Roth, 1999-02 Brent Cripps, 1974-77 Jeff Hill, 1966-67,69 Ben Boswell, 2003-07 Austin Hills, 2008-10 Randy Davey, 1982-83 Jon Bakalar, 1970-71 Mike Perry, 1978-80 Curtis Massey, 2004-05 Jack Clanton, 1961-63 Kevin Cummings, 1979-80 Aron Fass, 1981-82 Aaron Sigg, 1992 Leonard Bozic, 1965 Dave Bowen, 1969-72 Dale Bennett, 1967-70 Chad Todd, 1997-00

Punts 78 77 66 70 65 64 62 67 63 62 59 62 58 65 56 59 61 53 59 54

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Yards 9,113 8,933 8,029 7,800 7,484 7,230 5,734 5,586 4,645 4,565 4,046 3,907 2,887 2,879 2,299 1,849 1,837 1,811 1,603

the miaa

Punts 242 231 202 204 206 191 146 153 123 125 102 105 82 72 65 51 55 52 45

Season Punting Yards Name, Year Jeff Hill, 1969 Randy Davey, 1982 Kevin Cummings, 1980 Tim Beasley, 1985 Al Kaniper, 1991 Austin Hills, 2008 Al Kaniper, 1990 Tim Beasley, 1984 Jeff Hill, 1967 Jon Bakalar, 1971 Curtis Massey, 2004 Brent Cripps, 1974 Brian Fuemmeler, 1997 Aron Fass, 1981 Ben Boswell, 2007 Al Kaniper, 1989 Jon Bakalar, 1970 Eric Roth, 2002 Eric Roth, 1999 Brent Cripps, 1976

review

Career Punting Yards Name, Years Tim Beasley, 1984-87 Al Kaniper, 1988-91 Brent Cripps, 1974-77 Eric Roth, 1999-02 Brian Fuemmeler, 1994-97 Jeff Hill, 1966-69 Austin Hills, 2008-10 Ben Boswell, 2003-07 Jon Bakalar, 1970-71 Randy Davey, 1982-83 Curtis Massey, 2004-05 Mike Perry, 1978-80 Jack Clanton, 1961-63 Kevin Cummings, 1979-80 Aron Fass, 1981-82 Dave Bowen, 1969-72 Aaron Sigg, 1992 Leonard Bozic, 1965 Chad Todd, 1997-00


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Troy Slusser

Clarence Taylor

Jarod Tetuan

Mayo Schmidt

Colon McNeal

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A.C. Poynter

Colon McNeal

Punt Returns Career • 132, Troy Slusser, 1984-88 Season • 45, Troy Slusser, 1987

Punt Returns for a Touchdown Career • 2, Troy Slusser, 1984-88; Clarence Taylor, 1974-77 Season • 2, Clarence Taylor, 1975

Punt Return Yards Career • 1,159, Troy Slusser, 1984-88 Season • 416, Troy Slusser, 1987

Longest Punt Return for a Touchdown 90 yards by Clarence Taylor vs. Emporia State, 1975; Troy Slusser vs Missouri Western, 11/2/85

Punt Return Average Career (min. 12) • 12.9 (14/181), Mayo Schmidt, 1975-78 Season (min. 7) • 20.1 (8/161), Jarod Tetuan, 2004 Career Punt Return Average Career Leaders (min. 12) Avg. Ret. Yards Mayo Schmidt, 1975-78 12.93 14 181 DeJuan Beard, 2010-pr 11.82 17 201 Jarod Tetuan, 2003-07 11.76 29 341 Colon McNeal, 1998-01 10.69 49 524 Ron Beal, 1978-79 10.41 29 302 Sam Sissom, 2002-06 10.29 79 813 Clarence Taylor, 1974-77 9.60 75 720 Casey Curran, 2007-pr 9.52 61 581 Patrick Hayes, 1999-02 9.32 31 289 Ron Hamilton, 1979-80 8.93 14 125 Troy Slusser, 1984-88 8.78 132 1,159 Ted Remias, 1997-98 7.88 16 126 Harold Woods, 1980-81 7.73 15 116 A.C. Poynter, 1982-84 7.45 22 164 Ira Peoples, 1996-99 7.39 18 133

Season Punt Return Average Season Leaders (min. 7) Jarod Tetuan, 2004 Colon McNeal, 1998 Clarence Taylor, 1975 Sam Sissom, 2004 Mayo Schmidt, 1978 Ron Beal, 1978 DeJuan Beard, 2010 Clarence Taylor, 1977 Jarod Tetuan, 2005 Troy Slusser, 1988 Casey Curran, 2007 Anthony Bryan, 1985 Michael Morgan, 1972 Patrick Hayes, 2000 Ron Hamilton, 1980

Career Punt Return Yards Name, Years Ret. Yards Troy Slusser, 1984-88 132 1,159 Sam Sissom, 2002-06 79 813 Clarence Taylor, 1974-77 75 720 Casey Curran, 2007-pr 63 594 Colon. McNeal, 1998-01 49 524 Dave Bowen, 1969-72 55 357 Jarod Tetuan, 2003-07 29 341 Ron Beal, 1978-79 29 302 Patrick Hayes, 1999-02 31 289 Carlos Lyday, 1975-76 35 250 DeJuan Beard, 2010-pr 17 201 Bill Wiley, 1983-84 26 191 Mayo Schmidt, 1975-78 14 181 Andy Rucker, 1995-97 27 168 A.C. Poynter, 1982-84 22 164

Career Punt Returns Name, Years Ret. Yards Troy Slusser, 1984-88 132 1,159 Sam Sissom, 2002-06 79 813 Clarence Taylor, 1974-77 75 720 Casey Curran, 2007-pr 63 594 Dave Bowen, 1969-72 55 357 Colon. McNeal, 1998-01 49 524 Carlos Lyday, 1975-76 35 250 Patrick Hayes, 1999-02 31 289 Jarod Tetuan, 2003-07 29 341 Ron Beal, 1978-79 29 302 Andy Rucker, 1995-97 27 168 Bill Wiley, 1983-84 26 191 Carl Johnson, 1991 26 154 Maurice Ragland, 1992-95 24 161 A.C. Poynter, 1982-84 22 164

Season Punt Return Yards Name, Year Ret. Yards Troy Slusser, 1987 45 416 Troy Slusser, 1988 38 414 Clarence Taylor, 1977 28 327 Colon McNeal, 1999 34 311 Sam Sissom, 2004 23 310 Troy Slusser, 1986 40 300 Sam Sissom, 2003 32 296 Patrick Hayes, 2000 23 237 Dave Bowen, 1971 35 223 Casey Curran, 2009 23 217 Clarence Taylor, 1975 15 209 Casey Curran, 2007 19 205 DeJuan Beard, 2010 17 201 Sam Sissom, 2006 23 200 Colon. McNeal, 1998 13 199

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Avg. Ret. 20.12 8 15.31 13 13.93 15 13.48 23 12.93 14 12.33 15 11.82 17 11.68 28 11.00 10 10.89 38 10.79 19 10.71 7 10.38 8 10.30 23 9.62 13

Yards 161 199 209 310 181 185 201 327 110 414 205 75 83 237 125

Season Punt Returns Name, Year Ret. Yards Troy Slusser, 1987 45 416 Troy Slusser, 1986 40 300 Troy Slusser, 1988 38 414 Dave Bowen, 1971 35 223 Colon McNeal, 1999 34 311 Sam Sissom, 2003 32 296 Clarence Taylor, 1977 28 327 Andy Rucker, 1995 27 168 Carl Johnson, 1991 26 154 Patrick Hayes, 2000 23 237 Sam Sissom, 2006 23 200 Sam Sissom, 2004 23 310 Casey Curran, 2009 23 217 three with 20


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Fletcher Terrell

coaches

Cary Williams

Cary Williams

Patrick Hayes

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Season Kick Returns Name, Year Ret. Yards Joe Clark, 1990 30 648 Keith Coleman, 1993 29 612 Carl Johnson, 1991 28 572 Toby Thomas, 1994 27 427 Mike Odupitan, 2004 25 410 Clarence Taylor, 1974 25 587 Patrick Hayes, 2001 24 562 Colon. McNeal, 1998 23 479 Mayo Schmidt, 1978 22 394 Patrick Hayes, 2000 22 545 Michael Dritlein, 1992 22 375 Mike Odupitan, 2003 21 588 Mike Chiaverini, 1980 19 306 Andy Rucker, 1997 19 431 Chris Huelsman, 2002 19 435

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Career Kick Returns Name, Years Ret. Yards Clarence Taylor, 1974-77 72 1,771 Mike Odupitan, 2002-05 66 1,388 Troy Slusser, 1984-88 55 1,223 Dashiell Wandix, 1986-89 53 1,024 Colon. McNeal, 1998-01 51 1,089 Patrick Hayes, 1999-02 51 1,189 Andy Rucker, 1995-97 50 1,041 Michael Dritlein, 1992-95 37 666 Mike Chiaverini, 1978-81 37 645 Fletcher Terrell, 2003-06 31 847 Chris Huelsman, 2001-03 30 696 Joe Clark, 1990 30 648 Keith Coleman, 1993-96 29 612 Carl Johnson, 1991 28 572 Five with 27

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history

Career Kick Return Yards Name, Years Ret. Yards Clarence Taylor, 1974-77 72 1,771 Mike Odupitan, 2002-05 66 1,388 Troy Slusser, 1984-88 55 1,223 Patrick Hayes, 1999-02 51 1,189 Colon. McNeal, 1998-01 51 1,089 Andy Rucker, 1995-97 50 1,041 Dashiell Wandix, 1986-89 53 1,024 Fletcher Terrell, 2003-06 31 847 Chris Huelsman, 2001-03 30 696 Cary Williams, 2005-07 27 689 Michael Dritlein, 1992-95 37 666 Corey Crain, 1999-02 27 663 Joe Clark, 1990 30 648 Mike Chiaverini, 1978-81 37 645 Pierre Desir, 2008-pr 27 627

Corey Crain

records

Kickoff Return Average Career (min. 12) • 27.3, Fletcher Terrell , 2003-06 (31/847) Season (min. 7) • 43.8, Gene McBride, 1970 (8/350) Career Kickoff Return Average Career Leaders (min. 12) Avg. Ret. Yards Fletcher Terrell, 2003-06 27.32 31 847 Cary Williams, 2005-07 25.52 27 689 Clarence Taylor, 1974-77 24.60 72 1,771 Corey Crain, 1999-02 24.56 27 663 Ron Beal, 1978-79 24.00 18 432 Dwayne Haley, 1987-88 23.38 13 304 Patrick Hayes, 1999-02 23.31 51 1,189 Pierre Desir, 2008-pr 23.22 27 627 Chris Huelsman, 2001-03 23.20 30 696 Troy Slusser, 1984-88 22.24 55 1,223 Justin Wrecke, 1994-97 21.86 21 459 A.C. Poynter, 1982-84 21.80 20 436 Joe Clark, 1990 21.60 30 648 Wes Warrick, 1981-82 21.50 12 258 Colon. McNeal, 1998-01 21.35 51 1,089

Longest Kickoff Return for a Touchdown 100 yards by Fletcher Terrell vs Central Missouri, 2005 100 yards by Cary Williams vs Missouri Southern, 2007 98 yards by Ed Vacek vs Central Missouri, 1985 97 yards by Bill Baker vs Benedictine, 1951 97 yards by Corey Crain vs Missouri Southern, 1999 94 yards by Cary Williams vs Chadron State, 2007 Season Kickoff Return Average Season Leaders (min. 7) Avg. Ret. Yards Gene McBride, 1970 43.75 8 350 Corey Crain, 1999 32.50 10 325 Fletcher Terrell, 2005 30.77 13 400 Pierre Desir, 2009 29.40 10 294 Clarence Taylor, 1976 28.83 18 519 Cary Williams, 2007 28.65 17 487 Mike Odupitan, 2003 28.00 21 588 Brandon Walker, 2008 27.86 7 195 Clarence Taylor, 1977 27.60 15 414 Ron Beal, 1979 27.36 11 301 Fletcher Terrell, 2006 25.67 15 385 Colon McNeal, 2001 24.85 13 323 Patrick Hayes, 2000 24.77 22 545 Troy Slusser, 1987 24.35 17 414 Wes Warrick, 1982 23.67 9 213

the miaa

Kickoff Return Yardage Career • 1,771, Clarence Taylor, 1974-77 Season • 648, Joe Clark, 1990

review

Kickoff Returns for Touchdown Career • 2, Fletcher Terrell, 2003-06; Cary Williams, 2005-07 Season • 2, Fletcher Terrell, 2005; Cary Williams, 2007

Season Kick Return Yards Name, Year Ret. Yards Joe Clark, 1990 30 648 Keith Coleman, 1993 29 612 Mike Odupitan, 2003 21 588 Clarence Taylor, 1974 25 587 Carl Johnson, 1991 28 572 Patrick Hayes, 2001 24 562 Patrick Hayes, 2000 22 545 Clarence Taylor, 1976 18 519 Cary Williams, 2007 17 487 Colon. McNeal, 1998 23 479 Chris Huelsman, 2002 19 435 Andy Rucker, 1997 19 431 Toby Thomas, 1994 27 427 Troy Slusser, 1987 17 414 Clarence Taylor, 1977 15 414

opponents

Fletcher Terrell Kickoff Returns Career • 72, Clarence Taylor, 1974-77 Season • 30, Joe Clark, 1990


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Zach Watkins

Grant Gould

Zach Watkins

Tony Scollieri

HISTORY

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; Dave Bowen, 1970; Zuri Stokes, 1996 TD returns career • 3, Fletcher Terrell, 2003-06 Longest interception return for a TD: Meryl Garvey, 91 yards, 1948 vs Peru State

Solo Tackles Career • 228, Zach Watkins, 2006-09 Season • 88, Bill Guidetti, 1984 Assisted Tackles Career • 254, Grant Gould, 2002-05 Season • 80, Bob Leonard, 1981

Joe Corcoran

Quarterback Sacks Career • 29.5, 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 Career Yardage • 143, Eric Lawrence, 2004-09 Season Yardage • 56, John Miller, 1992

Most Blocked Kicks Career • 6, Zuri Stokes, 1993-96 Season • 5, Zuri Stokes, 1996 Team Record • 7, 1996; 2009 Fumbles Recovered Career • 9, Steve Mullins, 1976-79, John Tatum, 1976-79, and Danny Holmes, 1981-84 Recovered Season • 6, Mike Lake, 1968 Forced Career • 6, Corey Phipps, 1997-2000 Forced Season • 4, Corey Phipps, 1999

Tackles for Loss Career • 46.5, Eric Lawrence, 2004-09 Season • 18.0, Corey Phipps, 1999 Career Yardage • 223, Eric Lawrence 2004-09 Season Yardage • 79, Corey Phipps, 1999

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Grant Gould

Total Tackles Career • 473, Zach Watkins, 2006-09 Season • 152, Bill Guidetti, 1984

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Career Tackle Leaders Zach Watkins, 2006-09 Grant Gould, 2002-05 Tony Scollieri, 1994-97 Joe Corcoran, 2000-04 Matt Cahill, 1979-82 Wade Dennis, 1986-89 Nolan Jeffery, 1992-95 Jeremy Potts, 1998-01 Corey Phipps, 1997-00 Dave Noot, 1989-92 Bruce Ringwood, 2006-08 Josh Looney, 2002-05 Todd McGhghy, 1990-91 Michael Krajicek, 2006-09 John Grundy, 1994-96

Tackles 473 459 349 324 323 295 276 258 249 242 239 227 226 222 221

Passes Defended (pass breakups + interceptions) Career • 70, Fletcher Terrell, 2003-06 *NCAA Record Season • 20, Fletcher Terrell, 2004 ^Career tackle charts are incomplete before 1979

Solo 228 205 196 150

Assist 245 254 153 174

175 152 143 129 119 137 94 138 118 114

120 124 115 120 123 102 133 88 104 107

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Season Tackle Leaders Bill Guidetti, 1984 Zach Watkins, 2007 Todd McGhghy, 1991 Grant Gould, 2005 Grant Gould, 2004 Joe Corcoran, 2002 Tony Scollieri, 1997 Matt Cahill, 1982 Zach Watkins, 2008 Bob Leonard, 1981 Wade Dennis, 1989 Tony Scollieri, 1996 Corey Phipps, 1999 Three with

Tackles 152 143 129 128 127 124 124 120 119 119 119 116 112 111

Solos 88 64 71 58 54 57 74 51 58 39 81 61 57

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Season Tackles for Loss Name, year Tackles Corey Phipps, 1999 18.0 Tony Scollieri, 1997 17.0 Larry Schembri, 2001 15.0 Everald Flowers, 1991 14.5 Eric Lawrence, 2007 14.5 Charles Braden, 1986 14.0 Eric Lawrence, 2009 13.5 Howard Holbrooks, 1989 13.0 Dakota Palan-Johnson 12.0 Bruce Ringwood, 2006 11.5

Season Tackles Loss Yards Name, year Tackles Corey Phipps, 1999 79 Howard Holbrooks, 1989 73 Eric Lawrence, 2007 69 Eric Lawrence, 2009 61 Tony Scollieri, 1997 59 Ben Bianchino, 2009 58 Larry Schembri, 2001 57 Eric Taylor, 2000 57 Eric Lawrence, 2006 55 Grant Gould, 2005 53

Career Sacks Name, years Sacks Jim Butler, 1985-87 29.5 Eric Lawrence, 2004-09 21.0 Dan Remboldt, 1982-84 20.0 Mark Remboldt, 1981-84 19.0 Stewart Ensign, 1984-88 17.0 Brett Keir, 1990-92 12.0 Dakota Palan-Johnson, 2008-pr 11.5 John Miller, 1991-92 11.0 Dan Smith, 1994-97 10.0 Ben Bianchino, 2006-09 10.0 Mark Lutz, 1981-83 9.5

Career Sack Yards Name, years Yards Eric Lawrence, 2004-09 143 John Miller, 1991-92 70 Dan Smith, 1994-97 70 Trey Lewis, 2003-06 70 Dakota Palan-Johnson, 2008-pr 61 Aaron Neal, 2003-06 61 Ben Bianchino, 2006-09 61 Cody Huenefeld, 2003-06 58 Grant Gould, 2002-05 57 Eric Taylor, 2000-03 55 Josh Looney, 2002-05 53

Season Sacks Name, year Sacks Dan Remboldt, 1984 12.0 Jim Butler, 1987 12.0 Jim Butler, 1986 10.5 Mark Remboldt, 1984 9.0 Stewart Ensign, 1987 8.0 Dan Remboldt, 1983 8.0 Bob Leonard, 1981 8.0 Brett Keir, 1992 8.0 John Miller, 1992 8.0 Five with 7.0

Season Sack Yards Name, years Yards John Miller, 1992 56 Eric Lawrence, 2007 47 Ben Bianchino, 2009 46 Corey Phipps, 1999 46 Eric Taylor, 2000 44 Eric Lawrence, 2009 44 Grant Gould, 2005 42 Brett Keir, 1992 40 Evin Beck, 2004 37 Larry Schembri, 2001 34 Two with 33

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Career Tackles Loss Yards Name, years Tackles Eric Lawrence, 2004-08 223 Grant Gould, 2002-05 105 Eric Taylor, 2000-03 105 Tony Scollieri, 1994-97 104 Corey Phipps, 1997-00 100 Cody Huenefeld, 2003-06 99 Aaron Neal, 2003-06 95 Josh Looney, 2002-05 90 Trey Lewis, 2003-06 88 Dan Smith, 1994-97 85

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Career Tackles for Loss Name, years Tackles Eric Lawrence, 2004-09 46.5 Tony Scollieri, 1994-97 37.0 Zach Watkins, 2006-09 29.5 Grant Gould, 2002-05 29.0 Bruce Ringwood, 2006-08 28.0 Corey Phipps, 1997-00 28.0 Everald Flowers, 1990-93 26.5 Aaron Doonan, 1996-99 25.0 Eric Taylor, 2000-03 25.0 Stewart Ensign, 1984-88 22.5

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Season Assisted Tackles Name, year Tackles Bob Leonard, 1981 80 Zach Watkins, 2007 79 Grant Gould, 2004 73 Grant Gould, 2005 70 Matt Cahill, 1982 69 Joe Corcoran, 2002 67 Grant Gould, 2003 66 Morgan Dewey, 2003 65 Matt Cahill, 1981 64 Bill Guidetti, 1984 64 John Lasley, 1981 62 Zach Watkins, 2008 61 Todd McGhghy, 1991 58 Three with 57

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Season Solo Tackles Name, year Tackles Bill Guidetti, 1984 88 Wade Dennis, 1989 81 Tony Scollieri, 1997 74 Todd McGhghy, 1991 71 Tim Schlegel, 1983 68 Charlie Bennett, 1987 67 Todd McGhghy, 1990 67 Zach Watkins, 2007 64 Kevin Marshall, 1991 64 Zach Watkins, 2009 62 Wade Dennis, 1988 62 Clay Phillips, 1987 61 Tony Scollieri, 1996 61 Four with 58

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Career Assisted Tackles Name, years Tackles Grant Gould, 2002-05 254 Zach Watkins, 2006-09 245 Joe Corcoran, 2000-04 174 Tony Scollieri, 1994-97 153 Matt Cahill, 1981-82 133 Josh Looney, 2002-05 133 Nolan Jeffery, 1992-95 124 Dave Noot, 1989-92 123 Corey Phipps, 1997-00 120 Wade Dennis, 1986-89 120 Jeremy Potts, 1998-01 115 Morgan Dewey, 2002-03 114 Mark Lutz, 1981-83 114 Tom Luedke, 1981-82 113 Aaron Doonan, 1996-99 111

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Career Solo Tackles Name, years Tackles Zach Watkins, 2006-09 228 Grant Gould, 2002-05 205 Tony Scollieri, 1994-97 196 Wade Dennis, 1986-89 175 Nolan Jeffery, 1992-95 152 Joe Corcoran, 2000-04 150 Jeremy Potts, 1998-01 143 Todd McGhghy, 1990-91 138 Bruce Ringwood, 2006-08 137 Fletcher Terrell, 2003-06 136 Kevin Marshall, 1988-91 131 Corey Phipps, 1997-00 129 Casey Curran, 2007-pr 129 Tim Schlegel, 1983-84 122 Dave Noot, 1989-92 119


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Career Interceptions Name, years Interceptions Fletcher Terrell, 2003-06 22 A.C. Poynter, 1982-84 16 Pierre Desir, 2008-pr 12 Steve Burkdoll, 1977-78 11 Cary Williams, 2005-07 11 George Steen, 1973-75 11 Gene Pettey, 1970-72 10 Michael Morgan, 1972-75 10 Four with 9

Career Interception Yards Name, years Yards Fletcher Terrell, 2003-06 446 A.C. Poynter, 1982-84 223 Zach Watkins, 2006-09 211 Jim Weissbeck, 1979-80 195 Casey Curran, 2007-pr 191 Dave Bowen, 1969-72 187 Steve Burkdoll, 1977-78 179 Cary Williams, 2005-07 174 Jarod Tetuan, 2003-07 157 Pierre Desir, 2008-pr 151

Season Interceptions Name, year Interceptions Fletcher Terrell, 2005 8 Bruce Canady, 1983 8 Mike Sheahon, 1977 8 Pierre Desir, 2009 7 Cary Williams, 2007 7 A.C. Poynter, 1983 7 Steve Burkdoll, 1977 7 Gene Pettey, 1970 7 A.C. Poynter, 1982 6 Eight with 5

Season Interception Yards Name, year Yards Fletcher Terrell, 2003 190 Cary Williams, 2007 164 Jarod Tetuan, 2007 157 A.C. Poynter, 1983 148 Dave Bowen, 1970 144 Steve Burkdoll, 1978 130 Fletcher Terrell, 2004 113 Fletcher Terrell, 2005 113 Jim Weissbeck, 1980 112 Zach Watkins, 2008 109

Career Fumbles Forced Name, years Corey Phipps, 1997-00 Zach Watkins, 2006-09 Dan Remboldt, 1982-84 Casey Rhinehart, 1996-99 Travis Smith, 1996-98 Joe Corcoran, 2000-04 Grant Gould, 2002-05 Josh Looney, 2002-05 Bill Guidetti, 1983-84

Season Fumbles Forced Name, year Corey Phipps, 1999 Zach Watkins, 2009 Eric Taylor, 2000 Dan Remboldt, 1984 Mike Gonzalez, 2005 21 with

Career Fumble Recoveries Name, years FR Steve Mullins, 1976-79 9 John Tatum, 1976-79 9 Danny Holmes, 1981-84 9 Scot Koranda, 1988-91 8 Zach Watkins, 2005-09 7 Clay Phillips, 1986-88 7 Eric Taylor, 2000-03 6 Brett Keir, 1990-92 6 Joe Corcoran, 2000-04 5 Stewart Ensign, 1984-88 5

Season Fumble Recoveries Name, year FR Mike Lake, 1968 6 Fred Caldwell, 1989 4 Clay Phillips, 1987 4 Anthony Brooks, 1987 4 Leonard Jackson, 1991 4 13 with 3

Career Blocked Kicks Name, years FR Zuri Stokes, 1993-96 6 Fletcher Terrell, 2003-06 4 Michael Krajicek, 2006-09 3 Brody Schuler, 2006-10 3 Eight with 2

Season Blocked Kicks Name, year Zuri Stokes, 1996 Michael Krajicek, 2009 Fletcher Terrell, 2005 Todd McGhghy, 1991 Donnovan Shirley, 1993 Clay Phillips, 1988 Ben Bianchino, 2007 Naji Shinskia, 2008 Xavier Beckford, 2008 Brody Schuler, 2010

FF 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4

Career Pass Breakups Name, years PBU Fletcher Terrell, 2003-06 48 Darold Smith, 2000-03 21 Mark Brinkner, 1985-86 20 Zuri Stokes, 1993-96 19 Brian McGovern, 1985-86 16 Ira Peoples, 1996-99 16 Nolan Jeffery, 1992-95 16 Calvin Stuckey, 2003-05 16 Cary Williams, 2006-07 16

Single Game 1. Wade Dennis 2. Charlie Bennett Bill Guidetti 4. Casey Curran 5. Zach Watkins Tim Schlegel 6. Joe Corcoran

FF 4 3 3 3 3 2

Season Pass Breakups Name, year PBU Fletcher Terrell, 2003 15 Fletcher Terrell, 2004 15 Bruce Canady, 1983 15 Zuri Stokes, 1996 13 Darold Smith, 2002 11 Fletcher Terrell, 2005 11 Brian McGovern, 1985 11 Mark Brinkner, 1985 11 Calvin Stuckey, 2005 11 Xavier Beckford, 2008 11

Opponent Northwest Missouri Nebraska-Kearney Missouri Western at Missouri Western Central Missouri Missouri Valley Northwest Missouri

Date 10/21/89 10/10/87 10/27/84 09/19/09 09/22/07 9/22/84 10/05/02

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Zach Watkins Zach Watkins Joe Corcoran Mike Gonzalez Grant Gould Bill Guidetti

at Northwest Missouri at Colorado Mines Truman Pittsburg State Emporia State Emporia State

10/24/09 09/01/07 10/06/01 10/01/05 09/11/04 9/29/84

FR 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

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Tackles 14 (8-6) 14 (8-6) 14 (8-6) 14 (2-12) 14 (7-7) 14 (7-7) 14 (8-6) 14 (6-8) 14 (3/11) 14 (3-11) 14 (13-1) 14 (8-6) 14 11-3) 14 (8-6) 14 (11-3) 14 (9-5) 14 (12-2) 14 (11-3) 14 (7-7) 14 (4-10) 14 (1-13) 13 (3-10) 13 (7-6) 13 (7-6) 13 (7-6) 13 (6-7) 13 (5-8) 13 (9-4) 13 (10-3) 13 (4-9) 13 (5-8) 13 (5-8) 13 (9-4) 13 (5-8) 13 (7-6) 13 (2-11) 13 (9-4) 13 (9-4) 13 (8-5) 13 (2-11) 13 (8-5) 13 (7-6) 13 (10-3) 13 (7-6) 13 (8-5) 13 (6-6) 13 (3-10) 13 (6-7) 13 (11-2) 13 (10-4) 13 (6-7) 13 (9-4) 13 (7-6) 13 (6-7) 13 (9-4) 13 (8-5) 13 (7-6) 13 (8-5)

records

Date 11/11/06 09/15/07 9/6/97 10/1/94 10/8/94 10/15/94 10/16/93 11/7/92 9/21/91 9/28/91 10/19/91 11/26/91 10/13/90 11/11/89 10/1/88 10/29/88 11/14/87 9/26/87 9/26/87 10/6/84 11/13/82 10/09/04 10/02/10 09/13/03 09/27/03 09/19/98 10/15/05 09/14/02 11/14/98 10/03/09 11/16/02 09/18/99 09/14/02 10/03/98 11/01/08 11/17/07 09/26/09 09/28/09 10/23/97 10/12/96 9/16/95 11/5/94 9/18/93 10/2/93 10/16/93 9/14/91 9/28/91 10/12/91 9/15/90 9/22/90 9/10/88 11/12/88 11/12/88 11/12/88 10/3/87 9/19/87 10/27/84 10/23/82

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Name Opponent Zach Watkins Missouri Western Zach Watkins Fort Hays State Tony Scollieri Augustana John Grundy at Pittsburg State John Grundy Northwest Missouri Nolan Jeffery at Truman Everald Flowers Truman David Noot at Pittsburg State Todd McGhghy Truman Todd McGhghy at Northwest Missouri Todd McGhghy at Central Missouri Todd McGhghy Missouri-Rolla Joseph Clark Southeast Missouri Howard Holbrooks Missouri Western Wade Dennis Missouri Western Howard Holbrooks Pittsburg State Clay Phillips at Emporia State Luke Lovejoy Northeastern State Charlie Bennett Northeastern State Tim Schlegel Pittsburg State Jay Jay Yaws Nebraska-Kearney Evin Beck Southwest Bapitst Jared Brawner at Fort Hays State Joe Corcoran Fort Hays State Joe Corcoran Truman State Corey Phipps Southwest Baptist Grant Gould Truman Grant Gould at Fort Hays State Ira Peoples at Pittsburg State Michael Krajicek Fort Hays State Brooks Myers at Southwest Baptist Corey Phipps Missouri Southern Eric Taylor at Fort Hays State Travis Smith Northwest Missouri Zach Watkins at Pittsburg State Zach Watkins at West Texas A&M Zach Watkins Central Missouri Zach Watkins Central Missouri Tony Scollieri Missouri Southern Tony Scollieri Central Missouri Nolan Jeffrey at Missouri Western Kevin Peck Emporia State Nolan Jeffery Missouri-Rolla Brett Miller Pittsburg State Donnovan Shirley Truman David Noot at Tennessee-Martin Kevin Marshall at Northwest Missouri Todd McGhghy at Emporia State Todd McGhghy Truman Todd McGhghy at Missouri Southern Stewart Ensign Northwest Missouri Wade Dennis Emporia State Mike Cardoza Emporia State Dave Coker Emporia State Charlie Bennett Missouri Western Charlie Bennett Central Missouri Dan Remboldt Missouri Western Matt Cahill Wayne State

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Tackles 27 (23-4) 23 (14-9) 23 (17-6) 22 (14-8) 20 (8-12) 20 (9-11) 19 (10-9) 19 (10-9) 19 (8-11) 18 (7-11) 18 (10-8) 18 (6-12) 18 (10-8) 17 (14-3) 17 (12-5) 17 (7-10) 17 (11-6) 17 (15-2) 17 (5-12) 17 (6-11) 17 (10-7) 17 (7-10) 17 (1-16) 16 (7-9) 16 (1-15) 16 (5-11) 16 (6-10) 16 (4-12) 16 (8-8) 16 (4-12) 16 (8-8) 16 (12-4) 16 (9-7) 16 (10-6) 16 (11-5) 16 (12-4) 16 (6-10) 16 (10-6) 16 (11-5) 16 (6-10) 16 (6-10) 16 (2-14) 16 (7-9) 16 (5-11) 15 (11-4) 15 (8-7) 15 (6-9) 15 (8-7) 15 (9-6) 15 (9-6) 15 (12-3) 15 (11-4) 15 (11-4) 15 (9-6) 15 (10-5) 15 (9-6) 15 (8-7) 15 (6-9) 15 (3-12) 15 (3-12) 15 (1-14) 14 (5-9) 14 (4-10) 14 (5-9) 14 (9-5) 14 (4-10) 14 (8-6) 14 (6-8) 14 (10-4)

coaches

Date 10/21/89 10/10/87 10/27/84 09/19/09 09/22/07 9/22/84 10/05/02 10/24/09 09/01/07 10/06/01 10/01/05 09/11/04 9/29/84 10/23/10 10/27/07 10/25/08 10/28/95 11/13/93 10/24/92 11/5/88 9/19/87 11/3/84 11/13/82 09/14/02 10/18/03 08/28/04 10/18/03 10/30/04 10/30/04 11/04/06 10/03/09 10/24/09 09/27/08 9/27/97 11/15/97 10/5/96 10/14/95 9/7/91 10/5/91 11/5/88 10/27/84 11/13/82 10/10/81 10/24/81 10/24/09 09/27/03 09/01/07 10/09/99 09/04/99 11/08/08 11/16/96 11/16/96 9/23/89 10/28/89 9/10/88 11/8/86 11/3/84 10/6/84 9/18/82 9/25/82 10/10/81 09/21/02 11/05/05 11/05/05 10/22/05 11/15/03 11/08/08 11/13/10 11/06/04

players

Name Opponent Wade Dennis Northwest Missouri Charlie Bennett Nebraska-Kearney Bill Guidetti Missouri Western Casey Curran at Missouri Western Zach Watkins Central Missouri Tim Schlegel Missouri Valley Joe Corcoran Northwest Missouri Zach Watkins at Northwest Missouri Zach Watkins at Colorado Mines Joe Corcoran Truman Mike Gonzalez Pittsburg State Grant Gould Emporia State Bill Guidetti Emporia State Marty Pfannenstiel Northwest Missouri Bruce Ringwood at Northwest Missouri Zach Watkins Northwest Missouri Nolan Jeffery Pittsburg State Nolan Jeffery at Southwest Baptist David Noot at Missouri-Rolla Wade Dennis at Fort Hays State Shawn Rose Central Missouri Bill Guidetti Nebraska-Kearney Mark Lutz Nebraska-Kearney Joe Corcoran at Fort Hays State Morgan Dewey at Southwest Baptist Grant Gould Colorado Mines Grant Gould at Southwest Baptist Grant Gould Missouri Western Blake Meyer Missouri Western Zach Watkins at Missouri Southern Zach Watkins Fort Hays State Zach Watkins at Northwest Missouri Zach Watkins Missouri Western Tony Scollieri Missouri-Rolla Tony Scollieri Pittsburg State Tony Scollieri Emporia State John Grundy at Missouri-Rolla Kevin Marshall at Western Illinois Todd McGhghy Missouri Southern Charlie Bennett at Fort Hays State Tim Schlegel Missouri Western Matt Cahill Nebraska-Kearney Bob Leonard Emporia State Tom Luedke Wyane State Casey Curran at Northwest Missouri Grant Gould Truman State Michael Krajicek at Colorado Mines Corey Phipps Missouri-Rolla Corey Phipps at UW-La Crosse Zach Watkins Nebraska-Omaha Tony Scollieri at Missouri Southern John Grundy at Missouri Southern Howard Holbrooks Missouri Southern Wade Dennis Pittsburg State Wade Dennis Northwest Missouri Shawn Rose Nebraska-Kearney Tim Schlegel Nebraska-Kearney Bill Guidetti Pittsburg State Matt Cahill Benedictine Matt Cahill Missouri Valley John Lasley Emporia State Joe Corcoran Pittsburg St. Adam Ewy at Missouri Western Mike Gonzalez at Missouri Western Grant Gould at Emporia State Brooks Myers Missouri Southern Bruce Ringwood Nebraska-Omaha Jahmil Taylor at Missouri Southern Fletcher Terrell at Missouri Southern

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250+ yARDS OF TOTAL OFFENSE Rank Name 1. Tyler Schuerman 2. Mike Atkins 3. Barry Griffiths 4. Tyler Schuerman 5. Dane Simoneau 6. Barrty Griffiths 7. Dustin Hickel Dane Simoneau 9. Barry Galbraith 10. Dane Simoneau 11. Aaron Battle 12. Dane Simoneau 13. Joe Schartz 14. Mark Elliott Tyler Schuerman 16. Dane Simoneau 17. Dane Simoneau 18. Tyler Schuerman 19. Kyle Kingston 20. Jordan Brill 21. Jordan Brill Dane Simoneau 23. Aaron Battle Dustin Hickel 25. Jordan Brill 26. Dane Simoneau 27. Dane Simoneau Barry Griffiths 29. Dustin Hickel 30. Dustin Hickel 31. Jeremy Smith 32. Tyler Schuerman 33. Tyler Schuerman 34. Dustin Hickel 35. Aaron Battle 36. Jordan Brill

Opponent vs Northern State Missouri Western Emporia State Missouri Southern at Nebraska-Omaha at Central Missouri Missouri Western Fort Hays State Truman at Missouri Southern at Missouri Southern Pittsburg State McPherson at Missouri Western Southwest Baptist vs Midwestern State Abilene Christian at Missouri-Rolla Central Missouri at Central Washington at Western Washington at Central Missouri Missouri Western Lincoln at Colorado Mines at Emporia State Northwest Missouri Wayne State (Neb.) at Truman State Univ. at Emporia State at Central Missouri Northwest Missouri at Missouri Southern at Missouri-Rolla Missouri-Rolla Pittsburg State

Date Yards (rush/pass) 12/04/04 446 (46/400) 10/27/79 419 (0/419) 11/12/88 417 (1/416) 09/ 22/01 412 (106/306) 10/10/09 392 (0/392) 9/17/88 390 (-2/392) 10/26/02 386 (67/319) 10/03/09 386 (-12/398) 11/06/99 384 (42/342) 11/13/10 374 (-11/385) 10/24/98 363 (12/351) 10/17/09 362 (0/362) 9/9/95 360 (223/127) 10/29/83 352 (0/352) 10/14/00 352 (46/306) 12/04/10 350 (0/350) 09/ 04/10 342 (23/319) 10/16/04 340 (87/253) 9/19/87 338 (6/332) 09/ 17/05 330 (2/328) 09/ 09/06 327 (-3/330) 09/ 25/10 327 (-17/344) 10/17/98 326 (32/294) 09/ 08/01 326 (97/229) 08/ 27/05 325 (-23/348) 11/07/09 324 (0/324) 10/23/10 322 (-10/332) 10/15/88 322 (-5/327) 10/12/02 320 (104/216) 10/27/01 319 (132/187) 9/25/93 313 (19/294) 10/28/00 311 (62/249) 11/06/04 310 (53/257) 11/9/02 309 (89/220) 9/27/97 306 (116/190) 11/03/07 305 (14/291)

Rank Name Dane Simoneau Jeremy Smith 39. Tyler Schuerman 40. Dane Simoneau 41. Joe Schartz 42. Jake Iverson 43. Barry Galbraith 44. Joe Schartz 45. Barry Galbraith 46. Aaron Battle 47. Jake Iverson 48. Aaron Battle 49. Jordan Brill 50. Tyler Schuerman 51. Tyler Schuerman 52. Scott Crimmins 53. Tyler Schuerman 54. Tyler Schuerman Dane Simoneau 56. Dustin Hickel 57. Joe Schartz 58. Aaron Battle 59. Dustin Hickel 60. Jordan Brill 61. Dane Simoneau 62. Jordan Brill 63. Kyle Kingston Jim Bernard 65. Jordan Brill Tyler Schuerman 67. Aaron Battle 68. Barry Griffiths 69. Dane Simoneau Dane Simoneau 71. Jordan Brill Tyler Schuerman

Opponent at Colorado Mines Missouri-Rolla at Missouri Western Missouri Southern at Southwest Baptist Colorado Mines Missouri-Rolla Truman Missouri Southern Northwest Mo. St. U. at Central Missouri Emporia State Colorado Mines at Truman State Univ. at Missouri-Rolla at Missouri Western Emporia State Missouri Western St. Missouri Western at Missouri Southern at Illinois State at Truman State at Missouri Western Chadron State Nebraska-Omaha Fort Hays State Fort Hays State Missouri Western NW Missouri State Missouri Southern Southwest Baptist at Nebraska-Kearney Central Missouri Central Missouri at NW Missouri State at Truman

Date Yards (rush/pass) 08/ 28/10 305 (5/300) 9/18/93 305 (-24/329) 11/08/03 304 (58/246) 09/ 12/09 303 (-3/306) 10/21/95 302 (181/121) 08/ 28/0 297 (20/277) 10/09/99 294 (59/235) 9/23/95 292 (33/259) 09/ 18/99 291 (28/263) 10/03/98 289 (4/285) 09/ 20/0 286 (20/266) 10/29/98 284 (27/257) 09/ 02/06 282 (-27/309) 11/04/00 281 (113/168) 10/07/00 277 (32/245) 10/3/87 276 (13/263) 09/ 11/04 272 (35/237) 10/30/04 271 (69/202) 09/18/10 271 (0/271) 09/ 28/02 268 (27/241) 9/10/94 267 (69/198) 10/10/98 267 (0/267) 10/20/01 266 (69/197) 08/ 25/07 264 (15/249) 10/09/10 264 (-14/278) 09/15/07 263 (-34/297) 11/7/87 258 (20/238) 11/1/86 258 (27/231) 11/19/05 257 (-39/296) 11/15/03 257 (58/199) 09/ 19/98 256 (33/223) 10/8/88 254 (-15/269) 09/ 26/09 252 (15/237) 09/ 28/09 252 (15/237) 10/08/05 250 (-11/261) 09/ 18/04 250 (54/196)

175+ All-Purpose yards Rank Name Opponent Date Yards 1. Troy Slusser Emporia State 11/12/88 292 (252 Rec/27 KOR/3 PR) 2. Troy Slusser at Northeastern State 9/24/88 276 3. Michael Dritlein Truman 9/23/95 268 4. Andy Rucker at Emporia State 10/30/97 267 5. Dino DeLisa at Benedictine 9/17/83 253 6. Sam Sissom vs Northern State 12/04/04 251 7. Clarence Taylor vs Texas A&M-Commerce 9/24/77 237 8. Troy Slusser at Central Missouri 9/17/88 233 9. Sam Sissom at Colorado Mines 08/27/05 231 10. Vershon Moore Truman 10/31/09 229 Ra’Shawn Mosley at Missouri Western 09/29/07 229 12. Troy Slusser at Missouri Southern 10/22/88 228 13. Cary Williams Missouri Southern 10/06/07 226 14. Joe Hastings vs Midwestern State 12/04/10 223 Sam Sissom at Missouri Southern 11/06/04 223 16. Carl Johnson at Emporia State 10/12/91 222 17. Marc Nardella at Missouri Southern 10/24/98 221 18. Sam Sissom at Western Washington 09/09/06 220 19. Marc Nardella Missouri Western 10/17/98 219 Troy Slusser Northeastern State 9/26/87 219 21. Vershon Moore at Colorado Mines 08/28/10 218 22. Joe Hastings at Colorado Mines 08/28/10 201 Brandon Walker Pittsburg State 11/03/07 201 24. Colon McNeal at Pittsburg State 11/14/98 198 25. Troy Slusser Wayne State (Neb.) 10/15/88 197 26. Brandon Walker at Pittsburg State 11/01/08 194 27. Ra’Shawn Mosley Southwest Baptist 09/30/06 193 Troy Slusser Nebraska-Kearney 11/8/86 193

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Rank 29. 31. 33. 36. 38. 40. 41. 43. 44. 46. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53.

Name Opponent Clarence Taylor at East Central Clarence Taylor Emporia State Mike Odupitan Western Washington Michael Dritlein Missouri Southern Vershon Moore at Fort Hays State Mike Odupitan Missouri Southern Dashiell Wandix Northwest Missouri Ra’Shawn Mosley Truman Mike Odupitan Pittsburg St. Mike Odupitan at Missouri Southern Dino DeLisa Missouri Southern Joe Hastings at Missouri Southern Mike Odupitan Northwest Mo. St. Michael Dritlein Missouri-Rolla Troy Slusser at Emporia State Troy Slusser Pittsburg State Clarence Taylor Langston Sam Sissom at Missouri Southern Joseph Clark,Joseph Truman Trent Hearn Truman Terrence Lowe at Southwest Baptist Dashiell Wandix at Central Missouri Sam Sissom Missouri-Rolla Trent Hearn Missouri-Rolla Michael Dritlein at Missouri-Rolla

Date 11/6/76 10/1/77 09/03/05 11/11/95 10/02/10 11/15/03 9/10/88 10/20/07 10/11/03 11/06/04 11/12/83 11/13/10 09/25/04 9/18/93 11/14/87 10/29/88 9/3/77 09/28/02 9/15/90 10/15/05 11/10/07 9/17/88 10/25/03 10/25/03 10/14/95

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Date Yards (rush/pass) 1949 (unknown) 11/12/88 (248, 416) 09/30/06 (357, 287) 11/9/02 (361, 251) 08/28/10 (311, 300) 11/06/99 (261, 342) 09/22/01 (285, 306) 10/20/07 (428, 162) 10/14/00 (253, 335) 10/17/09 (210, 378) 10/29/05 (382/201) 10/15/88 (208, 348) 10/25/03 (318, 236)

Opponent at Truman vs Northern State at Central Missouri New Mexico Highlands McPherson at Missouri Western vs Midwestern State at Southwest Baptist at Central Missouri Fort Hays State at Missouri-Rolla Truman

Rank 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 21. 22. 23.

Yards Opponent 328 Missouri Western 327 Central Mo. State 320 at Southwest Baptist 318 Missouri-Rolla 315 Emporia State 311 at Colorado Mines 309 at Emporia State 309 at Missouri Western 308 at Southwest Baptist 306 Missouri-Rolla 301 Benedictine

Date Yards (rush/pass) 09/18/04 (271, 282) 12/ 04/04 (143, 400) 9/17/88 (114, 421) 09/04/09 (284, 250) 9/9/95 (398, 127) 10/29/83 (204, 358) 12/ 04/10 (159, 361) 11/10/07 (362, 156) 09/25/10 (148, 370) 10/03/09 (119, 398) 10/16/04 (254, 263) 10/31/09 (363, 147)

Team 300 Yards Rushing Games Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Yards Opponent 428 Truman 398 McPherson 382 Missouri Southern 367 at Lincoln 364 Missouri Valley 363 Truman 362 at Southwest Baptist 352 St. Mary’s 361 at Missouri-Rolla 357 Southwest Baptist 349 Northwest Missouri 341 Fort Hays State

Date 10/20/07 9/9/95 10/29/05 09/09/00 9/11/71 10/31/09 11/10/07 9/18/71 11/9/02 09/30/06 10/8/94 9/13/97

(Carries) (57) (47) (57) (66) (55) (46) (56) (65) (51) (46) (60) (64)

Date 10/22/94 10/11/01 10/21/95 10/25/03 10/4/75 08/28/10 10/12/91 11/10/90 9/20/97 11/02/01 9/17/83

(carries) (58) (60) (53) (51) (63) (50) (37) (58) (69) (54) (53)

Rank Yards 17. 334 18. 333 19. 332 20. 331 21. 330 22. 329 23. 324 324 25. 319 319 27. 318 28. 309 309 30. 306 31. 304 32. 300

Opponent Missouri Southern at Central Washington Northwest Missouri Central Missouri at Western Washington at Southwest Baptist at Emporia State at Central Missouri Missouri Western Abilene Christian at Northeastern State at Truman Colorado Mines Missouri Southern at Southwest Baptist at Colorado Mines

Date 09/12/09 09/17/05 10/23/10 9/19/87 09/09/06 11/13/93 11/07/09 9/25/93 10/26/02 09/ 04/10 9/24/88 10/30/10 09/ 02/06 09/ 22/01 10/18/03 08/28/10

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Rank Yards Opponent 1. 418 at Missouri Western 2. 416 vs Emporia State 3. 400 vs Northern State 4. 398 Fort Hays State 5. 392 at Nebraska-Omaha 392 Missouri-Rolla 7. 385 at Missouri Southern 8. 378 Pittsburg State 9. 370 at Central Missouri 10. 361 vs Midwestern State 11. 358 at Missouri Western 12. 351 at Missouri Southern 13. 348 at Colorado Mines 348 at Wayne State 15. 342 Truman 16. 335 Southwest Baptist

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Yards 553 543 535 534 525 522 520 518 518 517 517 510

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Rank 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 22. 23.

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Yards 681 644 644 612 611 603 591 590 588 588 583 556 554

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Washburn Football Yearly Rushing Leaders Year Name 2010 Vershon Moore 2009 Vershon Moore 2008 Justin Cooper 2007 Ra’Shawn Mosley 2006 Ra’Shawn Mosley 2005 Trent Hearn 2004 Ra’Shawn Mosley 2003 Trent Hearn 2002 Dustin Hickel 2001 Dustin Hickel 2000 Tyler Schuerman 1999 Brandon Rainer 1998 Lydell Flowers 1997 Willie Sapp 1996 Keith Coleman 1995 Willie Sapp 1994 Nick Cummings 1993 Nick Cummings 1992 Nick Cummings 1991 Allen Moore 1990 Greg Lane 1989 Phillip Brooks 1988 Les Williams 1987 Johnny Perkins 1986 Les Williams 1985 Dino DeLisa 1984 Dino DeLisa 1983 Dino DeLisa 1982 Ron Davis 1981 Ron Davis 1980 Alan Greig 1979 Mark Samich 1978 Jim Rodden 1977 Clarence Taylor 1976 Brent Cripps 1975 Gary Yager 1974 Gary Yager 1973 Cory Heiniger 1972 Jeff Roether 1971 Kevin McCormick 1970 Kevin McCormick 1969 Steve Alston 1968 Charlie King 1967 Steve Alston 1966 Mickey Romano 1965 Melvin Myricks 1964 Mickey Romano 1963 Bobby Jones 1962 Frank Pickens 1961 John Gacek 1960 Bob Ogle

Yards 1,007 961 539 1,199 690 1,203 1,084 1,116 411 540 708 619 526 819 475 559 643 400 405 618 758 936 947 510 418 888 721 1,185 343 347 144 338 486 583 572 748 439 378 513 862 690 437 291 288 594 466 485 393 356 369 531

Att. 181 156 135 209 100 224 215 235 110 143 189 137 93 146 104 90 135 112 88 87 178 188 206 123 107 215 188 262 108 94 41 93 143 109 158 184 119 99 91 172 212 160 78 93 141 114 86 82 75 72 117

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Avg. 5.6 6.2 4.0 5.7 6.9 5.4 5.0 4.8 3.7 3.8 3.7 4.5 5.7 5.6 4.6 5.9 4.8 3.6 4.6 7.1 4.3 5.0 4.6 4.1 3.9 4.1 3.8 4.5 3.2 3.7 3.5 3.6 3.4 5.3 3.6 4.1 3.7 3.8 5.6 5.0 3.3 2.7 3.7 3.1 4.2 4.1 5.6 4.7 4.7 5.1 4.5

TD 11 8 5 12 7 20 11 16 7 5 16 6 0 8 4 3 10 1 3 2 3 6 5 7 7 7 8 14 4 4 0 0 4 5 7 8 3 2 4 13 7 6 3 1 3 3 2 3 0 0

Yearly Passing Leaders Year Name Yds Cmp Att Pct. TD Int 2010 Dane Simoneau 3,459 223 374 .596 33 12 2009 Dane Simoneau 2,955 186 309 .602 26 9 2008 Jake Iverson 1,105 78 190 .411 8 5 2007 Jordan Brill 2,376 154 293 .526 17 15 2006 Jordan Brill 1,348 79 137 .577 11 6 2005 Jordan Brill 2,775 168 297 .566 24 13 2004 Tyler Schuerman 2,308 159 289 .550 28 6 2003 Tyler Schuerman 1,247 81 157 .516 6 11 2002 Dustin Hickel 2,160 142 308 .461 21 12 2001 Tyler Schuerman 1,034 66 140 .471 9 6 2000 Tyler Schuerman 1,936 134 245 .547 10 13 1999 Barry Galbraith 2,269 151 262 .576 16 7 1998 Aaron Battle 2,131 149 266 .560 10 7 1997 Aaron Battle 1,175 83 179 .464 3 6 1996 Joe Schartz 1,286 81 165 .491 10 9 1995 Joe Schartz 1,452 78 149 .524 10 15 1994 Joe Schartz 1,359 74 181 .409 4 16 1993 Joe Schartz 1,430 109 233 .468 7 14 1992 Jeremy Smith 917 72 135 .533 6 8 1991 Dan Holloway 657 56 122 .459 2 6 1990 Dave Weimers 399 26 91 .286 1 9 1989 Mark Johnson 924 81 197 .411 4 9 1988 Barry Griffiths 2,338 135 275 .479 23 11 1987 Kyle Kingston 1,629 97 191 .507 12 15 1986 Jim Bernard 988 75 155 .484 5 7 1985 Mike McCartney 1,369 119 245 .486 9 20 1984 Tim Beasley 282 28 82 .341 2 6 1983 Mark Elliott 1,074 80 133 .602 5 5 1982 Jeff Leiker 959 77 186 .414 6 12 1981 Mark Elliott 1,388 90 246 .370 7 18 1980 Mike Atkins 2,106 183 345 .530 13 20 1979 Mike Atkins 1,678 130 248 .520 11 15 1978 Mike Atkins 1,374 112 237 .470 5 17 1977 Mike Grogan 1,202 74 163 .454 9 10 1976 Mike Grogan 721 60 118 .508 4 10 1975 Mike Grogan 1,098 91 177 .514 10 12 1974 Mike Grogan 740 67 138 .486 9 8 1973 Paul Garrett 352 26 71 .366 1 5 1972 Ed Clark 431 36 101 .356 1 13 1971 Ed Clark 232 16 31 .516 1 0 1970 Jon Bakalar 698 32 81 .395 1 3 1969 Dale Bennett 904 64 171 .374 6 14 1968 Dean Ferrell 793 76 169 .450 1967 Dean Ferrell 732 72 163 .442 1966 J.D. Cleavinger 330 28 76 .368 1965 Tom Huber 147 17 53 .321 1964 Tom Huber 253 12 35 .343 1963 Bill Harper 718 45 108 .417 1962 Curt Miller 462 38 80 .475 1961 Tom Hallacy 403 31 81 .383 1960 Bill Maddox 345 24 52 .461 Yearly Receiving Leaders Year Name Rec 2010 Joe Hastings 87 2009 Drameagon Powers 42 2008 Drameagon Powers 37 2007 Jake Lebahn 37 2006 Sam Sissom 39 2005 Mike Odupitan 47 2004 Sam Sissom 65 2003 Sam Sissom 39 2002 Sam Sissom 41 2001 Colon McNeal 43 2000 Colon McNeal 51 1999 Marc Nardella 54 1998 Marc Nardella 64 1997 Andy Rucker 39 1996 Andy Rucker 22 1995 Michael Dritlein 48

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Yds 1,546 758 590 719 674 857 1,109 555 719 732 829 933 1,136 643 476 1,112

Avg./C 17.8 18.0 15.9 19.4 17.3 18.2 17.1 14.2 17.5 17.0 16.3 17.3 17.8 16.5 21.6 23.2

TD 15 6 5 5 4 8 15 6 12 8 4 9 6 3 3 8

Sam Sissom 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 1960

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 Curtis Miller

39 51 32 20 16 20 68 28 12 34 15 39 12 25 84 50 36 30 32 42 27 14 16 19 19 11 35 34 5 10 10 15 10 10 15

Yearly Total Offense Leaders Year Name Yards 2010 Dane Simoneau 3,433 2009 Dane Simoneau 2,922 2008 Jake Iverson 1,183 2007 Jordan Brill 2,313 2006 Jordan Brill 1,293 2005 Jordan Brill 2,630 2004 Tyler Schuerman 2,691 2003 Tyler Schuerman 1,466 2002 Dustin Hickel 2,571 2001 Dustin Hickel 1,548 2000 Tyler Schuerman 2,644 1999 Barry Galbraith 2,540 1998 Aaron Battle 2,258 1997 Aaron Battle 1,677

816 742 433 271 259 239 1,512 724 331 401 183 606 274 492 1,128 791 591 538 463 523 350 310 226 351 553 324 305 368 106 122 289 282 177 157 280

20.9 14.6 13.5 13.6 16.2 12.0 22.2 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 18.7

Plays 397 333 226 334 154 342 366 214 418 540 434 469 413 344

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Name Rush Rec PR Joe Hastings 29 1,546 0 Vershon Moore 961 327 13 Brandon Walker 476 194 0 Ra’Shawn Mosley 1199 190 0 Sam Sissom 0 674 200 Trent Hearn 1,203 34 0

Yards 201 217 159 205 200 110 310 296 71 42 237 311 199 126 91 168 79 86 26 154 58 73 414 416 296 26 55

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Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

Yearly Punt Return Leaders Year Name Att. 2010 DeJuan Beard 17 2009 Casey Curran 23 2008 Casey Curran 19 2007 Casey Curran 19 2006 Sam Sissom 23 2005 Jarod Tetuan 10 2004 Sam Sissom 23 2003 Sam Sissom 32 2002 Chris Huelsman 14 2001 Cowan Hopson 6 2000 Patrick Hayes 23 1999 Colon McNeal 34 1998 Colon McNeal 19 1997 Ted Remias 16 1996 Ira Peoples 13 1995 Andy Rucker 27 1994 Toby Thomas 10 1993 Maurice Ragland 13 1992 Myron Fisher 8 1991 Carol Johnson 28 1990 Greg Lane 12 1989 Kevin Marshall 12 1988 Troy Slusser 38 1987 Troy Slusser 45 1986 Troy Slusser 38 1985 Troy Slusser 8 1984 Bill Wiley 7

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Note: The years which there is not a per game average were based on total all-purpose yards.

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Yearly Kickoff Return Leaders Year Name No. Yards Avg. 2010 Pierre Desir 17 333 19.6 2009 Pierre Desir 10 294 29.4 2008 Brandon Walker 7 195 27.9 2007 Cary Williams 17 487 28.6 2006 Fletcher Terrell 15 385 25.7 2005 Fletcher Terrell 13 400 30.8 2004 Mike Odupitan 25 410 16.4 2003 Mike Odupitan 21 588 28.0 2002 Chris Huelsman 19 435 22.9 2001 Patrick Hayes 24 562 23.4 2000 Patrick Hayes 22 545 24.8 1999 Colon McNeal 15 287 19.1 1998 Colon McNeal 24 520 21.7 1997 Andy Rucker 19 431 22.7 1996 Andy Rucker 15 288 19.2 1995 Andy Rucker 16 322 20.1 1994 Toby Thomas 27 427 15.8 1993 Keith Coleman 29 612 21.1 1992 Michael Dritlein 22 375 17.0 1991 Carl Johnson 28 572 20.4 1990 Joseph Clark 30 648 21.6 1989 Dash Wandix 15 257 17.1 1988 Dwayne Haley 13 304 23.4 1987 Troy Slusser 17 414 24.4 1986 Troy Slusser 15 309 20.6 1985 Ed Vacek 16 328 20.5 1984 Mark Kissick 15 299 19.9 1983 A.C. Poynter 5 128 25.6 1982 A.C. Poynter 10 198 19.8 1981 Mike Chiaverini 18 339 18.8 1980 Mike Chiaverini 19 306 16.1 1979 Ron Beal 11 301 27.4 1978 Mayo Schmidt 22 394 17.9 1977 Clarence Taylor 15 414 27.6 1976 Clarence Taylor 18 519 28.8 1975 Clarence Taylor 14 251 17.9 1974 Clarence Taylor 28 587 21.0 1973 Joe Morgan 12 253 21.1 1972 Dave Bowen 9 124 13.8 1971 O.J. Coller 12 229 19.1 1970 Gene McBride 8 350 43.8 Note: Return yardage prior to 1970 not available

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304 305 329 285 157 185 178 265 329 256 251 243 188 262 263 353 408 310 277 246 190 240 220 133 218 172 152 262 247 281 163 114 61 224 185 111 118

1983 Doug Wiley 19 136 7.2 1982 A.C. Poynter 12 86 7.2 1981 Harold Woods 3 49 16.3 1980 Ron Hamilton 13 125 9.6 1979 Ron Beal 14 117 8.4 1978 Ron Beal 15 185 12.3 1977 Clarence Taylor 28 327 11.7 1976 Clarence Taylor 12 79 6.9 1975 Clarence Taylor 15 209 13.9 1974 Clarence Taylor 19 104 5.5 1973 George Steen 6 31 5.2 1972 Dave Bowen 20 134 6.7 1971 Dave Bowen 35 223 6.4 1970 Alan Dressman 7 64 9.1 Note: Return yardage prior to 1970 not available

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1,665 1,891 1,649 1,417 853 744 758 976 2,296 1,794 1,374 1,325 721 1,185 1,042 1,299 1,905 1,597 1,312 1,192 725 1,122 822 328 682 862 779 796 909 904 466 466 489 1,051 803 417 547

0 1,109 310 0 0 1,419 118.2 97 475 0 588 0 1,160 116.0 199 617 0 0 0 816 74.2 11 732 14 323 0 1,080 98.2 9 829 0 0 0 838 76.2 0 933 0 0 0 933 84.8 0 1,136 0 0 0 1,136 103.8 0 643 0 431 0 1,074 97.6 0 476 0 288 0 764 84.9 0 1,112 0 291 0 1,403 140.3 44 816 0 0 0 860 86.0 0 742 0 0 0 742 92.8 21 433 10 375 0 818 90.8 618 192 0 0 0 810 73.6 758 0 58 0 0 816 90.7 936 4 0 0 0 940 94.0 11 1,512 414 75 0 2,012 182.9 -10 724 416 414 0 1,544 140.4 0 310 296 309 0 915 91.5 888 53 0 0 0 941 104.6 721 0 0 0 0 721 72.1 1,185 267 0 0 0 1,452 145.2 283 176 0 213 0 672 84.0 254 66 0 339 0 659 65.9 0 1,128 125 0 0 1,253 125.3 0 781 0 46 0 827 82.7 82 252 181 394 0 909 90.9 583 340 327 414 0 1664 166.4 504 122 79 519 0 1224 136.0 748 114 0 0 0 862 86.2 6 116 105 587 0 814 74.0 378 16 0 0 0 394 56.3 513 226 0 19 0 758 84.2 862 28 0 108 0 998 99.8 82 553 64 0 0 699 • 437 245 0 0 0 682 • 291 131 0 0 0 422 • 288 68 0 0 0 356 • 594 0 0 0 0 594 • 466 0 0 0 0 466 66.6 402 0 0 0 0 402 • 366 151 0 0 0 517 • 331 177 0 0 0 508 • 369 157 0 0 0 526 • 531 102 0 0 0 633 •

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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 Bill Harper Curt Miller Tom Hallacy Bill Maddox

Sam Sissom Mike Odupitan DaWight Benning Colon McNeal Colon McNeal Marc Nardella Marc Nardella Andy Rucker Andy Rucker Michael Dritlein Michael Dritlein Michael Dritlein Michael Dritlein Allen Moore Greg Lane Phil Brooks Troy Slusser Troy Slusser Troy Slusser Dino DeLisa Dino DeLisa Dino DeLisa Wes Warrick Mike Chiaverini Ron Hamilton Ron Hamilton Mayo Schmidt Clarence Taylor Clarence Taylor Gary Yager Clarence Taylor Cory Heiniger Jeff Roether Kevin McCormick Alan Dressman John Alston Charles King John Alston Mickey Romano Melvin Myricks Mickey Romano Frank Pickens John Pusateri John Gacek Bob Ogle

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Yearly Interception Leaders Year Name No. Yards Avg. TD 2010 Pierre Desir 5 60 12.0 0 2009 Pierre Desir 7 91 13.0 1 2008 Zach Watkins 5 109 21.8 0 2007 Cary Williams 7 164 23.4 1 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 Blake Gudmudson 2 7 3.5 0 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 1984 A.C. Poynter 3 44 14.7 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 1970 Dave Bowen 4 144 2 0 Note: Interception records prior to 1970 not available Yearly Scoring Leaders Year Name 2010 Steve Ivanisevic 2009 Steve Ivanisevic 2008 Garrett Cummings 2007 Brandon Walker 2006 Trent Hearn 2005 Trent Hearn 2004 Sam Sissom 2003 Trent Hearn 2002 Sam Sissom 2001 Brandon Rainer 2000 Tyler Schuerman 1999 Marc Nardella 1998 Chad Todd 1997 Willie Sapp 1996 Brian Fuemmeler 1995 Michael Dritlein 1994 Nick Cummings 1993 Michael Dritlein 1992 Dan Brown 1991 Talmadge Graham 1990 Dave Ruder 1989 Mark Johnson 1988 Troy Slusser 1987 Troy Slusser 1986 Nick Kresic 1985 Nick Kresic 1984 Dino DeLisa

Points TD 98 0 109 0 43 0 80 13 62 10 120 20 98 16 96 16 74 12 54 9 96 16 56 9 57 0 50 8 40 0 48 8 60 10 24 4 33 0 24 4 34 0 18 3 128 21 50 8 79 0 45 0 48 8

PAT 50 52 28 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 24 1 28 0 0 0 18 0 13 0 1 1 28 18 0

FG 16 19 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 4 0 0 0 5 0 7 0 0 0 17 9 0

1983 Dino DeLisa 1982 Ronnie Davis 1981 Ron Davis 1980 Ron Hamilton 1979 Kevin Cummings 1978 Mike Cassin 1977 Brent Cripps 1976 Brent Cripps 1975 Gary Yager 1974 Ray Gerstenkorn 1973 John Stauffer 1972 Russ Hill 1971 Kevin McCormick 1970 Kevin McCormick 1969 Steve Alston 1968 Charlie King 1967 Wes Chapman 1966 J.D. Cleavinger 1965 Charlie White 1963 Bill Harper 1962 John Pusateri 1961 Curt Miller

Yearly Punting Leaders Year Name 2010 Austin Hills 2009 Austin Hills 2008 Austin Hills 2007 Ben Boswell 2006 Ben Boswell 2005 Curtis Massey 2004 Curtis Massey 2003 Ben Boswell 2002 Eric Roth 2001 Eric Roth 2000 Eric Roth 1999 Eric Roth 1998 Chad Todd 1997 Brian Fuemmeler 1996 Brian Fuemmeler 1995 Brian Fuemmeler 1994 Brian Fuemmeler 1993 Wendell Snodgrass 1992 Aaron Sigg 1991 Alan Kaniper 1990 Alan Kaniper 1989 Alan Kaniper 1988 Alan Kaniper 1987 Tim Beasley 1986 Tim Beasley 1985 Tim Beasley 1984 Tim Beasley 1983 Randy Davey 1982 Randy Davey 1981 Aron Fass 1980 Kevin Cummings 1979 Mike Perry 1978 Mike Perry 1977 Brent Cripps 1976 Brent Cripps 1975 Brent Cripps 1974 Brent Cripps 1973 Steve Coover 1972 Dave Bowen 1971 Jon Bakalar 1970 Jon Bakalar 1969 Jeff Hill 1968 Dale Bennett 1967 Jeff Hill 1966 Jeff Hill 1965 Leonard Bozic

84 24 36 32 39 46 48 48 54 54 18 40 78 42 54 18 18 18 24 36 42 24 No 43 39 64 56 56 43 59 36 53 44 48 59 45 58 49 50 49 29 55 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

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14 4 6 5 0 0 8 8 9 9 3 0 13 7 9 3 3 3 4 6 7 4 Yards 1,680 1,513 2,541 2,296 1,974 1,630 2,416 1,136 2,252 1,706 1,644 2,198 1,603 2,312 1,786 1,757 1,629 943 1,837 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

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Avg Blkd 39.1 0 38.8 0 39.7 0 41.0 1 35.2 0 37.9 3 40.9 1 31.6 2 42.5 0 38.8 0 34.3 0 37.3 2 35.6 0 39.9 0 36.4 0 35.1 0 33.3 0 32.5 0 33.4 0 39.3 0 40.1 0 38.6 0 35.7 0 38.6 0 38.8 0 37.2 0 36.2 0 33.0 0 38.7 0 35.4 0 39.8 0 38.0 0 36.8 0 42.0 0 39.0 0 39.3 0 39.8 0 35.3 0 36.7 0 39.0 0 36.5 0 39.0 0 33.8 0 38.4 0 35.3 0 34.8 0

1964 no record 1963 Pete Roscetti 1962 Jack Clanton 1961 Jack Clanton 1960 Gene Bailey

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1,193 1,500 1,260 466

37.3 37.5 32.3 33.3

Yearly Defensive Leaders Year Name Total Solos 2010 Jahmil Taylor 91 50 Marty Pfannenstiel 91 48 2009 Zach Watkins 111 62 2008 Zach Watkins 119 58 2007 Zach Watkins 143 64 2006 Zach Watkins 100 44 2005 Grant Gould 128 58 2004 Grant Gould 127 54 2003 Grant Gould 111 45 2002 Joe Corcoran 125 60 2001 Larry Schembri 90 44 2000 Corey Phipps 78 37 1999 Corey Phipps 112 57 1998 Travis Smith 77 35 1997 Tony Scollieri 124 74 1996 Tony Scollieri 116 61 1995 Nolan Jeffery 88 53 1994 Nolan Jeffery 89 38 1993 Everald Flowers 63 30 1992 Dave Noot 97 40 1991 Todd McGhghy 129 71 1990 Todd McGhghy 97 67 1989 Howard Holbrooks 93 58 1988 Wade Dennis 111 62 1987 Charlie Bennett 108 67 1986 Shawn Rose 85 51 1985 Mark Brinker 77 44 1984 Bill Guidetti 152 88 1983 Tim Schlegel 98 68 1982 Matt Cahill 120 51 1981 Bob Leonard 119 39 Note: Tackle leaders not available before 1981

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Longest Losing Streaks All games • 16, 1992-94 Best Record Overall • 8-0-0, 1907 Most wins in a season • 9, 2005 8 (1906, 1907, 1964, 1974, 1983, 1986, 2004, 2007, 2010) Consecutive games scoring All games • 137, Nov. 14, 1998-present (beginning with Pittsburg State (11/14/98) through end of 2008 season – last time shutout was Nov. 7, 1998 vs UCM, 37-0.)

Interceptions Interceptions in a game • 6 vs. Missouri Western, 1974, 1983 vs. Fort Hays State, 1975 Interceptions in a season • 23, 2007; 23, 1977 Punting Most punts in a game • 11 vs. Missouri Southern, 1995 Most punts in a season • 80, 1952 Longest punt • 87 vs. Missouri Western, 1982; 87 vs Nebraska-Omaha, 11/8/08

Ichabod Football by Decades and Milestone Wins All-Time Record: 505-553-44 (.478)

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 500 2010: Washburn 40 Nebraska-Omaha 28

Victory Number 150 1930: Washburn 27 St. Mary’s 13

Victory Number 350 1977: Washburn 28 Pittsburg State 21

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Victory Number 200 1942: Washburn 21 Fort Hays State 13

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Milestone wins Victory Number One 1891: Washburn 8 Kansas City YMCA 2

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Records by Decade

Total Games Played 1,102

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Fewest Points in a Season all-time • 0, 1892

Consecutive Losing Seasons 10 (1989 to 1998)

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Scoring Offense Points in a game • 82, New Mexico Highlands, 9/4/09; W 82-21 Points in a season • 449, 2009 (11 games) Points per game (season) • 40.8, 2009 (11 games)

Consecutive Winning Seasons 7, 2004 to 2010 (active)

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Total Offense Yards in a game • 681, Rockhurst, 1949 Yards in a season • 5,524, 2010 (12 games) Most plays in a season • 869, 2004 (12 games) Most yards per play in a season • 6.6, 2010 (12 games) Most total offensive yards in a game between two teams • 1,343; 11/12/88 vs Emporia State (WU-664; ESU-679)

Total Defense 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

Longest Winning Streaks All games • 8, 1964

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Passing Yards in a game • 418, Missouri Western, 1979 Yards in a season • 3,590, 2010 (12 games) Completions in a game • 34, Wayne State (Neb.), 1980 Completions in a season • 257, 1980 Attempts in a game • 63, Wayne State (Neb.), 1980 Attempts in a season • 396, 2010 Passing TD’s in a game • 6, Emporia State, 1988; Pittsburg State, 2009 Passing TD’s in a season • 34, 2004; 2010 (both 12 games) Completion percentage in a game • .900, Mo. Valley, 1980

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 Valley St., 1984 • (L 77-15) Most points allowed in a season • 414, 1993

Field Goals Longest field goal • 52 Russ Hill vs Northern Colorado, 1972 Charles Goodknight vs Emporia State, 1985

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Rushing Yards in a game • 428, vs Truman Oct 20, 2007 Yards in a season • 2,247, 1997 (11 games) Best Rushing Average Game (season) • 234.5, 2000

Times Shutout in a Season all-time • 5, 1942

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First Downs First downs in a game • 33, Emporia State, 1998 First downs in a season • 270, 2010 (12 games) Rushing Yards in a game • 428, vs Truman Oct 20, 2007 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 • 3,590, 2010 (12 games) Completions in a game • 34, Wayne State (Neb.), 1980 Completions in a season • 257, 1980 Attempts in a game • 63, Wayne State (Neb.), 1980 Attempts in a season • 396, 2010 Passing TD’s in a game • 6, Emporia State, 1988; Pittsburg State, 2009 Passing TD’s in a season • 34, 2004; 2010 (both 12 games) Completion percentage in a game • .900, Mo. Valley, 1980 Total Offense Yards in a game • 681, Rockhurst, 1949 Yards in a season • 5,524, 2010 (12 games) Most plays in a season • 869, 2004 (12 games) Most yards per play in a season • 6.6, 2010 (12 games) Most total offensive yards in a game between two teams • 1,343; 11/12/88 vs Emporia State (WU664; ESU-679) Scoring Offense Points in a game • 82, New Mexico Highlands, 9/4/09; W 82-21 Points in a season • 449, 2009 (11 games) Points per game (season) • 40.8, 2009 (11 games) Fewest Points in a Season all-time • 0, 1892 Times Shutout in a Season 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 Valley St., 1984 • (L 77-15) Most points allowed in a season • 414, 1993

(-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 Interceptions Interceptions in a game • 6 vs. Missouri Western, 1974, 1983 vs. Fort Hays State, 1975 Interceptions in a season • 23, 2007; 23, 1977 Punting Most punts in a game • 11 vs. Missouri Southern, 1995 Most punts in a season • 80, 1952 Longest punt • 87 vs. Missouri Western, 1982; 87 vs NebraskaOmaha, 11/8/08 Field Goals Longest field goal • 52 Russ Hill vs Northern Colorado, 1972 Charles Goodknight vs Emporia State, 1985 Longest Winning Streaks All games • 8, 1964 Consecutive Winning Seasons 7, 2004 to 2010 (active) Consecutive Losing Seasons 10 (1989 to 1998) Longest Losing Streaks All games • 16, 1992-94 Best Record Overall • 8-0-0, 1907 Most wins in a season • 9, 2005 8 (1906, 1907, 1964, 1974, 1983, 1986, 2004, 2007, 2010) Consecutive games scoring All games • 137, Nov. 14, 1998-present (beginning with Pittsburg State (11/14/98) through end of 2008 season – last time shutout was Nov. 7, 1998 vs UCM, 37-0.)

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Pass completions 1. 257 (257-509-31) 2. 234 (234-396-12) 3. 210 (210-383-8) 4. 199 (199-406-21) 5. 198 (198-335-10) 6. 172 (172-355-17) 7. 171 (171-304-13) 8. 161 (161-342-16) 9. 156 (156-278-7) 156 (156-301-15)

1980 2010 2004 1993 2009 1988 2005 2002 1998 2007

Passing yards 1. 3590 (234-396-12) 2. 3214 (198-335-10) 3. 2991 (210-383-8) 4. 2924 (257-509-31) 5. 2839 (172-355-17) 6. 2803 (171-304-13) 7. 2578 (199-406-21) 8. 2447 (161-342-16) 9. 2392 (156-301-15) 10. 2312 (155-272-7)

2010 2009 2004 1980 1988 2005 1993 2002 2007 1999

2000 2005 2007 2009 2006 2001 1997 1983 1994 1986

Passing TDs 1. 34 34 3. 28 4. 27 5. 24 24 7. 17 8. 16 9. 15 10. 14 14

2004 2010 2009 1988 2005 2002 2007 1999 2003 1987 1977

Average yards/rush 1. 4.91 (406-1994) 2. 4.75 (495-2351) 3. 4.66 (513-2390) 4. 4.51 (572-2580) 5. 4.36 (499-2178) 6. 4.34 (486-2108) 7. 4.33 (447-1934) 8. 4.29 (523-2246) 9. 4.20 (508-2136) 10. 4.19 (427-1787)

2009 2007 1991 2000 2005 2004 2010 2001 1990 2006

Passes had intercepted 1. 31 (257-509-31) 2. 26 (138-314-26) 3. 24 (133-311-24) 4. 22 (148-303-22) 5. 21 (199-406-21) 6. 20 (70-204-20) 20 (102-273-20) 20 (79-215-20) 9. 19 (28-112-19) 19 (137-294-19)

1980 1987 1985 2003 1993 1984 1982 1969 1965 2001

Rushing yards/game 1. 234.5 (11 games) 2. 230.9 (9 games) 3. 229.8 (9 games) 4. 217.3 (11 games) 5. 213.6 (10 games) 6. 204.3 (11 games) 7. 204.2 (11 games) 8. 198.1 (9 games) 9. 197.8 (10 games) 10. 195.9 (12 games)

2000 1966 1964 1991 1990 1997 2001 1960 1983 2007

Pass completion pct 1. 59.3 (131-221-10) 2. 59.1 (198-335-10) 3. 59.1 (234-396-12) 4. 57.0 (155-272-7) 5. 56.2 (171-304-13) 6. 56.1 (156-278-7) 7. 54.8 (210-383-8) 8. 53.5 (139-260-13) 9. 52.3 (136-260-16) 10. 52.2 (84-161-15)

1983 2009 2010 1999 2005 1998 2004 2000 1979 1995

Pass efficiency 1. 161.3 (198-335-10) 2. 157.5 (234-396-12) 3. 151.2 (171-304-13) 4. 145.5 (210-383-8) 5. 142.6 (155-272-7) 6. 137.3 (84-161-15) 7. 131.1 (172-355-17) 8. 130.3 (156-278-7) 9. 129.5 (110-217-11) 10. 127.3 (156-301-15)

2009 2010 2005 2004 1999 1995 1988 1998 2006 2007

Rushing yards 1. 2580 (572-2580) 2. 2390 (513-2390) 3. 2351 (495-2351) 4. 2247 (552-2247) 5. 2246 (523-2246) 6. 2178 (499-2178) 7. 2136 (508-2136) 8. 2108 (486-2108) 9. 2078 (537-2078) 10. 2068 (0-2068)

2000 1991 2007 1997 2001 2005 1990 2004 1966 1964

Rushing attempts 1. 572 (572-2580) 2. 552 (552-2247) 3. 551 (551-2067) 4. 546 (546-1696) 5. 537 (537-2078) 6. 523 (523-2246) 523 (523-1558) 8. 518 (518-1978) 9. 517 (517-1770) 10. 513 (513-2390)

2000 1997 1999 1974 1966 2001 1975 1983 1972 1991

Rushing TDs 1. 35 2. 30 3. 29 4. 24 5. 23 6. 22 7. 21 21 21 21

PASSING (SEASON) Pass attempts 1. 509 (257-509-31) 2. 406 (199-406-21) 3. 396 (234-396-12) 4. 383 (210-383-8) 5. 355 (172-355-17) 6. 342 (161-342-16) 7. 335 (198-335-10) 8. 326 (143-326-11) 9. 314 (138-314-26) 10. 311 (133-311-24)

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Average yards/completion 1. 18.5 (84-161-15) 2. 18.5 (28-69-4) 3. 18.3 (78-200-18) 4. 17.3 (69-182-15) 5. 16.7 (43-101-13) 6. 16.6 (110-217-11) 7. 16.5 (172-355-17) 8. 16.4 (171-304-13) 9. 16.2 (198-335-10) 10. 16.2 (138-314-26)

1995 1964 1994 1970 1960 2006 1988 2005 2009 1987

Receptions/game 1. 25.70 (10 games) 2. 19.90 (10 games) 3. 19.50 (12 games) 4. 18.00 (11 games) 5. 17.50 (12 games) 6. 15.64 (11 games) 7. 14.64 (11 games) 8. 14.50 (10 games) 9. 14.25 (12 games) 10. 14.18 (11 games)

1980 1993 2010 2009 2004 1988 2002 1992 2005 1998

All purpose yards/game 1. 594.5 (11 games) 2. 564.2 (12 games) 3. 562.0 (12 games) 4. 534.2 (12 games) 5. 531.1 (12 games) 6. 529.4 (11 games) 7. 529.3 (11 games) 8. 526.3 (11 games) 9. 515.5 (11 games) 10. 512.4 (11 games)

2009 2010 2004 2005 2007 1988 2000 2003 1999 2001

Passing yards/game 1. 299.2 (12 games) 2. 292.4 (10 games) 3. 292.2 (11 games) 4. 258.1 (11 games) 5. 257.8 (10 games) 6. 249.2 (12 games) 7. 233.6 (12 games) 8. 222.5 (11 games) 9. 210.2 (11 games) 10. 210.1 (11 games)

2010 1980 2009 1988 1993 2004 2005 2002 1999 1986

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TOTAL OFFENSE (SEASON)

SCORING (SEASON) 2010 2009 2004 2005 2007 2000 1988 1999 2001 1986

Total points scored 1. 449 (56 TD, 52 PAT, 19 FG) 2009 2. 446 (57 TD, 52 PAT, 16 FG) 2010 3. 430 (60 TD, 60 PAT, 3 FG) 2005 4. 407 (57 TD, 49 PAT, 4 FG) 2004 5. 390 (53 TD, 50 PAT, 6 FG) 2007 6. 347 (47 TD, 43 PAT, 7 FG) 2000 7. 300 (39 TD, 37 PAT, 9 FG) 1988 8. 284 (39 TD, 36 PAT, 4 FG) 2003 9. 283 (37 TD, 25 PAT, 10 FG) 1999 10. 279 (40 TD, 29 PAT, 1 FG) 2002 Touchdowns scored 1. 60 (30 rush, 24 rcv, 6 ret) 2. 57 (20 rush, 34 rcv, 3 ret) 57 (20 rush, 34 rcv, 3 ret) 4. 56 (24 rush, 28 rcv, 4 ret) 5. 53 (29 rush, 17 rcv, 7 ret) 6. 47 (35 rush, 11 rcv, 1 ret) 7. 40 (15 rush, 24 rcv, 1 ret) 8. 39 (20 rush, 15 rcv, 4 ret) 39 (12 rush, 27 rcv) 10. 38 (23 rush, 12 rcv, 3 ret)

Pass receptions 1. 257 (257-2924) 2. 234 (234-3590) 3. 210 (210-2991) 4. 199 (199-2578) 5. 198 (198-3214) 6. 172 (172-2839) 7. 171 (171-2803) 8. 161 (161-2447) 9. 156 (156-2392) 156 (156-2230)

1980 2010 2004 1993 2009 1988 2005 2002 2007 1998

Total offense/game 1. 473.5 (11 games) 2. 460.3 (12 games) 3. 424.9 (12 games) 4. 415.9 (11 games) 5. 415.1 (12 games) 6. 406.4 (11 games) 7. 398.1 (11 games) 8. 395.2 (12 games) 9. 389.8 (11 games) 10. 387.0 (11 games)

2009 2010 2004 2000 2005 1988 1999 2007 2001 1986

Pass reception TDs 1. 34 34 3. 28 4. 27 5. 24 24 7. 17 8. 16 16 10. 15

2010 2004 2009 1988 2002 2005 2007 1999 1980 2003

Total offense/play 1. 37.48 (69-2586) 2. 24.74 (101-2499) 3. 22.04 (106-2336) 4. 20.91 (116-2425) 5. 16.22 (131-2125) 6. 10.60 (202-2142) 7. 9.16 (201-1841) 8. 7.03 (741-5208) 9. 6.55 (843-5524) 10. 6.20 (803-4981)

1964 1960 1962 1963 1961 1968 1967 2009 2010 2005

2005 2004 2010 2009 2007 2000 2002 2003 1988 2006

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kicks made 59 (59-59) 52 (52-55) 50 (50-50) 48 (48-51) 47 (47-54) 42 (42-45) 35 (35-36) 34 (34-35) 33 (33-34) 31

PAT 1. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

kicks attempted 100.0 (50-50) 100.0 (59-59) 100.0 (15-15) 100.0 (13-13) 97.2 (35-36) 97.1 (34-35) 97.1 (33-34) 96.9 (31-32) 96.6 (28-29) 96.2 (25-26)

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2009 1986 2010 1998 1985 1999 1978 1979 1988 1997 1983

Field goals attempted 1. 24 (18-24) 2. 21 (19-21) 3. 20 (10-20) 4. 19 (8-19) 19 (8-19) 6. 18 (16-18) 7. 17 (7-17) 8. 16 (9-16) 16 (4-16) 10. 15 (10-15)

1986 2009 1999 1997 1983 2010 1972 1988 1976 1985

Field goal pct 1. 90.5 (19-21) 2. 88.9 (16-18) 3. 78.6 (11-14) 4. 75.0 (18-24) 5. 71.4 (5-7) 71.4 (5-7) 7. 69.2 (9-13) 8. 66.7 (10-15) 9. 64.3 (9-14) 10. 60.0 (6-10)

2009 2010 1998 1986 1994 2008 1978 1985 1979 2007

PUNTING (SEASON) Punt yards 1. 3044 (78-3044) 2. 2982 (77-2982) 3. 2627 (69-2627) 4. 2608 (70-2608) 5. 2580 (65-2580) 6. 2578 (68-2578) 7. 2488 (62-2488) 8. 2447 (69-2447) 9. 2431 (61-2431) 10. 2429 (67-2429) Punt attempts 1. 78 (78-3044) 2. 77 (77-2982) 3. 70 (70-2608) 4. 69 (69-2627) 69 (69-2447) 6. 68 (68-2578) 7. 67 (67-2429) 8. 66 (66-2194) 9. 65

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Field goals made 1. 19 (19-21) 2. 18 (18-24) 3. 16 (16-18) 4. 11 (11-14) 5. 10 (10-15) 10 (10-20) 7. 9 (9-13) 9 (9-14) 9 (9-16) 10. 8 (8-19) 8 (8-19)

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2010 2009 2004 1980 1988 2005 1993 2002 2007 1999

2010 2005 1984 1990 1988 2003 1977 1986 1987 1975

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Pass reception yards 1. 3590 (234-3590) 2. 3214 (198-3214) 3. 2991 (210-2991) 4. 2924 (257-2924) 5. 2839 (172-2839) 6. 2803 (171-2803) 7. 2578 (199-2578) 8. 2447 (161-2447) 9. 2392 (156-2392) 10. 2312 (155-2312)

kick pct 100.0 (50-50) 100.0 (59-59) 100.0 (15-15) 100.0 (13-13) 97.2 (35-36) 97.1 (34-35) 97.1 (33-34) 96.9 (31-32) 96.6 (28-29) 96.2 (25-26)

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Total offense yards 1. 5524 (843-5524) 2. 5208 (741-5208) 3. 5099 (869-5099) 4. 4981 (803-4981) 5. 4743 (796-4743) 6. 4575 (832-4575) 7. 4470 (795-4470) 8. 4379 (823-4379) 9. 4288 (817-4288) 10. 4257 (787-4257)

PAT 1. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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All purpose yards 1. 6770 2. 6744 3. 6539 4. 6411 5. 6373 6. 5823 7. 5822 8. 5789 9. 5671 10. 5636

opponents

1995 1994 1970 1960 2006 1988 2005 2009 1987 1977

coaches

Average yards/catch 1. 18.52 (84-1556) 2. 18.26 (78-1424) 3. 17.29 (69-1193) 4. 16.65 (43-716) 5. 16.61 (110-1827) 6. 16.51 (172-2839) 7. 16.39 (171-2803) 8. 16.23 (198-3214) 9. 16.22 (138-2238) 10. 16.01 (95-1521)

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1995 2009 2005 2010 1999 2006 1998 1988 2007 2004

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Average yards/pass 1. 9.7 (84-161-15) 2. 9.6 (198-335-10) 3. 9.2 (171-304-13) 4. 9.1 (234-396-12) 5. 8.5 (155-272-7) 6. 8.4 (110-217-11) 7. 8.0 (156-278-7) 8. 8.0 (172-355-17) 9. 7.9 (156-301-15) 10. 7.8 (210-383-8)


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Punts had blocked 1. 4 (53-1629) 2. 3 (59-1845) 3 (51-1810) 3 (59-2019) 5. 2 (46-1411) 2 (50-1501) 2 (61-2222) 2 (61-2431) 2 (68-2578) 10. 1 (50-1786) 1 (57-2324) 1 (54-2287) 1 (44-1680)

1994 1992 2005 2006 1993 2003 1999 2004 1991 1996 2007 2002 2010

Average yards/punt 1. 42.35 (54-2287) 2. 40.77 (57-2324) 3. 40.13 (62-2488) 4. 39.85 (61-2431) 5. 39.84 (43-1713) 6. 39.69 (65-2580) 7. 39.19 (59-2312) 8. 39.03 (78-3044) 9. 38.98 (62-2417) 10. 38.97 (62-2416)

2002 2007 1990 2004 1975 2008 1997 1969 1971 1974

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6. 7. 8.

40 (40-300) 37 (37-320) 35 (35-199) 33

1986 1999 1974 five times

Punt return TDs 1. 3 2. 2 2 2 5. 1

4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

2009 1975 1995 2004 five times

Kick return TDs 1. 2 2 2 4. 1

Average yards/punt return 1. 15.36 (33-507) 2004 2. 13.67 (18-246) 1998 3. 11.97 (30-359) 1978 4. 11.48 (25-287) 2010 5. 10.88 (41-446) 1988 6. 10.67 (33-352) 1977 7. 10.25 (28-287) 2005 8. 10.00 (27-270) 2000 9. 9.81 (26-255) 2007 10. 9.64 (33-318) 2009

52 (52-728) 51 (51-1044) 50 (50-886) 49 (49-982) 48

1980 1998 2004 1984 three times 2005 2007 1985 five times

Average yards/kick return 1. 25.41 (32-813) 1970 2. 23.19 (32-742) 1976 3. 22.44 (48-1077) 2003 4. 22.34 (41-916) 1987 5. 22.16 (19-421) 1983 6. 21.69 (26-564) 1996 7. 21.63 (41-887) 2005 8. 21.26 (34-723) 2006 9. 21.10 (58-1224) 2001 10. 20.94 (36-754) 2009

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Punt return yards 1. 507 (33-507) 2. 446 (41-446) 3. 416 (45-416) 4. 381 (40-381) 5. 359 (30-359) 6. 352 (33-352) 7. 320 (37-320) 8. 318 (33-318) 9. 307 (33-307) 10. 300 (40-300)

2004 1988 1987 1975 1978 1977 1999 2009 2003 1986

Punt returns 1. 45 (45-416) 45 (45-263) 3. 41 (41-446) 4. 40 (40-381)

Kick return yards 1. 1224 (58-1224) 2. 1077 (48-1077) 3. 1062 (59-1062) 4. 1044 (51-1044) 5. 982 (49-982) 6. 965 (48-965) 7. 916 (41-916) 8. 911 (44-911) 9. 887 (41-887) 10. 886 (50-886)

2001 2003 1993 1998 1984 2000 1987 2007 2005 2004

1987 1971 1988 1975

Kick returns 1. 59 (59-1062) 2. 58 (58-1224) 3. 53 (53-843)

1993 2001 1994

Largest Victory Margin 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 New Mexico Highlands, 82-21 61 McPherson, 61-0 60 Rockhurst , 60-0 56 Kansas State, 56-0 55 Ottawa, 55-0 55 Missouri Western, 58-3

1900 1978 1953 2004 2009 1995 1949 1904 1912 1972

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 Missouri State, 66-15 49 Nebraska-Kearney, 55-6

1944 1984 1989 1998 1994 2004 1965 1981 1992 1967

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Interception return yards 1. 464 (23-464) 2. 361 (17-361) 3. 309 (14-309) 4. 291 (18-291) 5. 264 (11-264) 6. 259 (14-259) 7. 256 (21-256) 8. 252 (15-252) 9. 251 (22-251) 10. 249 (15-249)

2007 2008 2003 1971 1980 2009 2005 2004 1983 1970

Interceptions 1. 23 (23-464) 23 (23-136) 3. 22 (22-251) 22 (22-237) 5. 21 (21-256) 6. 19 (19-111) 7. 18 (18-291)

2007 1977 1983 1974 2005 1985 1971

Most Points Scored in a Game 82 New Mexico Highlands, 2009 80 Fort Riley, 1900 79 St. Mary’s of the Plains, 1978 71 Truman, 2007 64 Olathe Naval Station, 1953 63 Lincoln, 2000 62 Truman, 2004 61 McPherson, 1995 60 Rockhurst, 1949 59 Emporia State, 1988 58 Missouri Western, 1972 58 Missouri Southern, 2004 58 Southwest Baptist, 2000 56 Kansas State, 1904 56 Southwest Baptist, 2006 56 Southwest Baptist, 2005 55 Pittsburg State, 2009 55 Ottawa, 1912

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17 (17-361) 17 (17-181) 17 (17-141)

2008 1976 2006

Interception return TDs 1. 5 2007 2. 3 2005 3 1996 4. 2 six times 10. 1 six times

FUMBLE RETURNS (SEASON) Fumble return yards 1. 72 (1-72) 2. 62 (1-62) 62 (3-62) 4. 51 (1-51) 5. 43 (2-43) 6. 32 (1-32) 7. 10 (2-10) 10 (1-10) 9. 8 (1-8) 10. 2 (1-2) Fumble returns 1. 3 (3-62) 2. 2 (2-43) 2 (2-10) 4. 1

2006 1998 2001 2000 2003 1999 2010 2004 2008 2009 2001 2003 2010 nine times

Fumble return TDs 1. 2 2. 1

2010 seven times

DEFENSE (SEASON) Total tackles 1. 983 (481-502) 2. 951 (618-333) 951 (529-422) 4. 929 (418-511) 5. 915 (511-404) 6. 911 (444-467) 7. 907 (566-341) 8. 893 (273-620) 9. 887 (527-360) 10. 866 (354-512)

Score W 82-21 W 80-0 W 79-3 W 71-35 W 64-0 W 63-21 W 62-0 W 61-0 W 60-0 W 59-46 W 58-3 W 58-43 W 58-21 W 56-0 W 56-23 W 56-21 W 55-3 W 55-0

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Rush Offense Year Games 1995 10 1996 10 1997 11 1999 11 2000 11 2003 11 2004 12 2005 12 2006 11 2007 12 2009 11 2010 12

Avg. 175.90 172.80 204.30 187.90 234.50 173.50 175.70 181.50 162.50 195.90 181.27 161.17

Rank 49th 48th 30th 46th 17th 56th 55th 39th 37th 39th 33rd 52nd

Rush Defense Year Games 2005 12 2006 11 2009 11 2010 12

Avg. 151.80 107.70 133.73 134.50

Rank 70 45 62 58th

Avg. 129.52 127.30 161.30 157.52

Rank 48th 61st 5th 9th

Pass Efficiency Year Games 1990 10 1996 10 2006 11 2007 12 2008 11 2010 12

Defense Avg. 93.70 98.60 110.80 119.90 111.76 129.62

Rank 22nd 35th 53rd 70th 37th 97th

Kickoff Returns Year Games 1996 10 1997 11 1998 11 2000 11 2003 11 2005 12 2006 11 2007 12 2008 11 2009 11

Avg. 21.70 20.50 20.90 20.10 22.40 21.63 21.26 20.70 20.43 20.94

Rank 20th 40th 35th 41st 19th 24th 31st 60th 51st 53rd

Punt Returns Year Games 1998 11 2000 11 2003 11 2004 12 2005 12 2006 11 2007 12 2009 11 2010 12

Avg. 13.80 10.00 9.30 15.36 10.25 8.86 9.81 9.64 11.48

Rank 15th T45th 64th 9th 58th 74th 50th 68th 41st

Sacks Allowed Year Games 2006 11 2007 12 2008 11 2009 11 2010 12

Rank 42th 20th

Avg. 1.55 1.58 1.55 1.00 1.00

Rank 37th 39th T42nd 11th 9th

Tackles for Loss Year Games Avg. 2010 12 2.83

Rank 20th

Turnover Margin Year Games Avg. 1996 10 0.50 2004 12 1.00 2005 12 0.30 2006 11 0.10 2007 12 1.00 2008 11 0.00 2009 11 0.82

Rank 42nd 13th 59th 66th 18th T68th 16th

Passes Intercepted Year Games Avg. 2006 11 17.00 2007 12 23.00

Rank 23rd 3rd

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Pass Efficiency Year Games 2006 11 2007 12 2009 11 2010 12

Sacks Year Games Avg. 2006 11 2.27 2010 12 2.83

Rank 37th 8th 66th 1st 4th 8th 69th

history

Rank 30th 58th 40th 43rd

Rank 18th 73rd

Avg. 24.20 37.22 32.30 38.19 37.40 35.49 32.36

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Scoring Defense Year Games Avg. 2006 11 16.40 2007 12 24.10 2008 11 21.45 2009 11 21.45

Pass Defense Year Games Avg. 1989 10 124.60 2008 11 198.73

Net Punting Year Games 1999 11 2002 11 2004 12 2007 12 2008 11 2009 11 2010 12

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Rank 28th T69th 30th 16th 53rd 35th 4th 11th

Rank 21st 45th 45th 62nd 30th 44th 69th 10th 17th

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Avg. 31.50 25.80 33.90 35.80 25.00 32.50 40.82 37.17

Avg. 257.80 202.90 210.20 198.90 249.30 233.60 199.30 292.18 299.17

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Scoring Offense Year Games 2000 11 2003 11 2004 12 2005 12 2006 11 2007 12 2009 11 2010 12

Rank 66th

Pass Offense Year Games 1993 10 1998 11 1999 11 2003 11 2004 12 2005 12 2007 12 2009 11 2010 12

coaches

Total Defense Year Games Avg. 2010 12 350.92

Rank 34th T19th T60th 23rd 29th 64th 47th 7th 10th

players

Avg. 398.10 415.90 372.40 424.90 415.10 328.50 395.30 473.45 460.33

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Total Offense Year Games 1999 11 2000 11 2003 11 2004 12 2005 12 2006 11 2007 12 2009 11 2010 12

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Ichabods in the final NCAA Individual Statistics (1989-pr) - Top 75 Rushing Year Player 1989 Phillip Brooks 2003 Trent Hearn 2004 Ra’Shawn Mosley 2005 Trent Hearn 2007 Ra’Shawn Mosley 2009 Vershon Moore 2010 Vershon Moore

Avg. Rank 93.60 25th 111.60 22nd 90.30 53 100.30 44th 99.90 32nd 87.36 39th 100.70 28th

Scoring Year Player 2000 Tyler Schuerman 2003 Trent Hearn 2004 Sam Sissom 2005 Trent Hearn 2006 Trent Hearn 2007 Brandon Walker 2009 Steve Ivanisevic 2010 Steve Ivanisevic 2010 Vershon Moore 2010 Joe Hastings

Avg. Rank 8.70 T22nd 9.60 T16th 8.00 39th 10.00 13th 5.60 74th 6.70 71st 9.91 14th 8.17 29th 7.80 35th 7.50 T44th

Receptions Year Player 1993 Michael Dritlein 1995 Michael Dritlein 1998 Marc Nardella 1999 Marc Nardella 2000 Colon McNeal 2004 Sam Sissom 2004 Mike Odupitan 2010 Joe Hastings

Avg. 6.40 4.80 5.80 4.90 4.60 5.40 4.70 7.25

Rank 14th 47th 22nd T45th T44th 41st 70th 18th

Receiving Yards Year Player Avg. Rank 1993 Michael Dritlein 92.80 18th 1999 Marc Nardella 84.80 27th 1994 Michael Dritlein 81.60 32nd 1995 Michael Dritlein 111.20 4th 1998 Marc Nardella 103.30 10th 2000 Colon McNeal 75.40 38th 2004 Sam Sissom 92.40 23th 2004 Mike Odupitan 68.00 66th 2005 Mike Odupitan 71.40 64th 2006 Sam Sissom 61.30 72nd 2009 Drameagon Powers 68.91 68th 2010 Joe Hastings 128.83 2nd Total Offense Year Player 1995 Joe Schartz 1998 Andy Battle 1999 Barry Galbraith 2000 Tyler Schuerman 2002 Dustin Hickel 2004 Tyler Schuerman 2005 Jordan Brill 2007 Jordan Brill 2009 Dane Simoneau 2010 Dane Simoneau

Avg. Rank 189.10 39th 205.30 28th 230.90 26th 240.40 18th 233.70 35th 244.60 31st 219.20 46th 192.80 71st 265.64 23rd 286.08 22nd

Total Offense Year Player 1995 Joe Schartz 1998 Andy Battle 1999 Barry Galbraith 2000 Tyler Schuerman 2002 Dustin Hickel 2004 Tyler Schuerman 2005 Jordan Brill 2007 Jordan Brill 2009 Dane Simoneau 2010 Dane Simoneau

Avg. Rank 189.10 39th 205.30 28th 230.90 26th 240.40 18th 233.70 35th 244.60 31st 219.20 46th 192.80 71st 265.64 23rd 286.08 22nd

All Purpose Yards Year Player 1995 Michael Dritlein 2003 Mike Odupitan 2007 Ra’Shawn Mosley 2009 Vershon Moore

Avg. Rank 141.90 26th 116.00 71st 115.80 73rd 118.27 T55th

Field Goals Year Player 1995 Dan Brown 1998 Chad Todd 1999 Chad Todd 2000 Chad Todd 2009 Steve Ivanisevic 2010 Steve Ivanisevic

Avg. 0.60 1.00 0.91 0.64 1.73 1.33

Rank 41st T15th T27th T40th 2nd 10th

Pass Efficiency Year Player 1996 Joe Schartz 1998 Andy Battle 1999 Barry Galbraith 2000 Tyler Schuerman 2004 Tyler Schuerman 2005 Jordan Brill 2007 Jordan Brill 2009 Dane Simoneau 2010 Dane Simoneau

Avg. Rank 123.60 47th 130.50 33rd 145.20 16th 123.90 38th 149.90 8th 153.00 16th 129.60 53rd 162.47 6th 160.01 9th

Kickoff Returns Year Player 1997 Andy Rucker 2000 Patrick Hayes 2003 Mike Odupitan 2006 Fletcher Terrell 2007 Cary Williams

Avg. Rank 22.70 42nd 24.80 30th 28.00 19th 25.70 24th 28.60 10th

Punt Returns Year Player 2000 Patrick Hayes 2003 Sam Sissom 2004 Sam Sissom 2006 Sam Sissom 2008 Casey Curran 2009 Casey Curran 2010 DeJuan Beard

Avg. Rank 10.30 T46th 9.30 58th 13.50 16th 8.70 52nd 8.37 56th 9.43 43rd 11.82 27th

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Sacks Year Player 2009 Ben Bianchino 2009 Eric Lawrence 2010 Dakota Palan-Johnson Punting Year Player 1990 Alan Kaniper 1991 Alan Kaniper 1996 Brian Fuemmeler 1997 Brian Fuemmeler 2002 Eric Roth 2004 Curtis Massey 2005 Curtis Massey 2007 Ben Boswell 2008 Austin Hills Interceptions Year Player 1998 Travis Smith 2003 Joe Corcoran 2004 Fletcher Terrell 2005 Fletcher Terrell 2006 Fletcher Terrell 2006 Cary Williams 2007 Cary Williams 2008 Zach Watkins 2008 Casey Curran 2009 Pierre Desir 2010 Pierre Desir Total Tackles Year Player 2002 Joe Corcoran 2003 Grant Gould 2003 Morgan Dewey 2003 Joe Corcoran 2004 Grant Gould 2005 Grant Gould 2005 Michael Gonzalez 2006 Zach Watkins 2007 Zach Watkins 2008 Zach Watkins 2008 Casey Curran 2009 Zach Watkins

Avg. 0.64 0.59 0.58

Rank T40th T51st T70th

Avg. Rank 40.10 13th 39.30 22nd 36.40 48th 39.90 23rd 42.50 3rd 40.90 15th 37.90 51st 41.00 11th 39.70 28th Avg. 0.50 0.40 0.40 0.70 0.50 0.40 0.60 0.45 0.36 0.64 0.42

Rank T25th T61st 58th 15th 28th 63rd 6th T30th T69th T7th T54th

Avg. 11.40 10.10 9.30 9.00 10.50 10.70 8.80 9.10 11.90 10.82 8.45 10.01

Rank T9th T35th T53rd T68th 34th 20th 74th 30th 7th 12th T70th 26th

Solo Tackles Year Player 2002 Joe Corcoran 2005 Grant Gould 2007 Zach Watkins

Avg. Rank 5.50 T24th 5.00 37th 5.30 34th

Passes Defended Year Player 2002 Darold Smith 2003 Fletcher Terrell 2004 Fletcher Terrell 2005 Fletcher Terrell 2005 Calvin Stuckey 2006 Fletcher Terrell

Avg. Rank 1.50 T18th 1.70 T13th 1.70 13 1.60 8th 1.10 71st 1.10 57th


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1974 Boot Hill Bowl

Dodge City, Kan. • Nov. 30, 1974 Washburn 21, Millikin 7 Team Stats MC WU First Downs 8 17 Rushes-Yardage 39-114 65-114 Passing Yardage 69 102 Passes-Comp-Int 15-4-1 20-9-0 Plays-Yds 54-185 85-216 Return Yardage 22 28 Punts-Average 6-22.6 6-30.8 Penalties-Yds 10-67 4-45

Score by Quarters Washburn 0 14 0 7 - 21 Milikin 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 Washburn Rushing No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Yager 22 57 Gerstenkorn 19 49 1 Wagner 3 9 Cripps 4 5 Clark 3 1 Gruss 1 -4 Grogan 11 -1 Heiniger 1 -2 Taylor 1 0 Totals 65 114 1 Passing Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Sack Grogan 16-7-0 80 1 Clark 4-2-0 22 Totals 20-9-0 102 1 Receiving No. Yds TD Long Benke 5 50 Hodnefield 2 30 1 Heiniger 1 12 Hainline 1 10 Totals 9 102 1 Punting Cripps Totals

No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB 6 185 30.8 6 185 30.8

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Millikin (Leaders only) No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg 14 58 39 114

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Sack Neibuhr 4-1-0 7 Totals 14-4-1 69 Receiving Knotek Totals

No. Yds TD Long 1 37 4 69 1

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No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB 6 136 22.6 6 136 22.6

1976 Boot Hill Bowl

Pittsburg, Kan. • Dec. 6, 1986 Pittsburg State 58, Washburn 24

Score by Quarters Washburn 0 7 7 0 - 14 Benedictine 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 Washburn Rushing No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Mike Grogan 7 -21 0 0 -3.0 Brent Cripps 8 40 0 0 5.0 Clarence Taylor 12 118 1 54 9.8 Cory Heiniger 4 10 0 11 2.5 Mark Samich 1 7 0 7 7.0 Jim Rodden 2 -5 0 0 -2.5 May Schmidt 1 -8 0 0 -8.0 Totals 35 141 1 54 4.1

Score by Quarters Washburn 10 0 7 Pittsburg State 0 17 14 Scoring Summary

Team Stats WU BC First Downs 8 22 Rushes-Yardage 35-141 68-270 Passing Yardage 98 180 Passes-Comp-Int 4-15-1 9-20-0 Plays-Yds 49-239 100-450 Int-Yds 1-1 0-0 Punts-Average 6-36.3 4-33.2 Punt Returns-Yds 3-4 1-6 KO Returns-Yds 4-96 2-27 Penalties-Yds 4-39 6-50

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 TB 6 218 36.3 49 6 218 36.3 49

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 Totals

Benedictine (Leaders only) No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg 44 209 2 26 4.8 15 52 0 20 3.5 68 270 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

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.

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Dodge City, Kan. • Nov. 20, 1976 Benedictine 29, Washburn 14

Receiving Mike Spiegel Totals

No. Yds TD Long 4 58 0 29 14 180 1 29

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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Team Stats WU PSU First Downs 20 19 Rushes-Yardage 32-193 53-247 Passing Yardage 204 212 Passes-Comp-Int 36-18-4 16-10-1 Plays-Yds 68-397 69-459 Punts-Average 3-43.3 6-30.8 Penalties-Yds 13-117 19-177

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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 Washburn 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 Jim Bernard Kyle Kingston Totals

Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Sack 26-13-3 153 1 19 10-5-1 51 0 27 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 TB 3 130 43.3 46 3 130 43.3 46

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 Rushing Gene Stegeman Totals

Pittsburg State No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg 27 147 32 115 2 30 4.3 53 280 33 247 6 30 4.7

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Sack Gene Stegeman 15-9-1 155 1 70 Totals 16-10-1 212 2 70 Receiving Monte Weathers Totals

No. Yds TD Long 3 27 0 17 10 212 2 70

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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Score by Quarters Washburn 0 7 7 0 - 14 Benedictine 13 0 13 3 - 29 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

Washburn Rushing No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Les Williams 11 76 1 6.9 Johnny Perkins 17 49 1 2.9 Jim Benard 4 0 1 0.0 Ken Schmanke 1 0 0 0.0 Totals 33 135 3 4.1

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No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB 2 35 17.5 2 35 17.5

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Sack Carolos Flores 13-3-1 32 Totals 28-7-1 98 0 Receiving Jesus Espinoza Totals

No. Yds TD Long 1 33 7 98 0

No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB 3 109 36.3 38 3 109 36.3 38

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 Arkansas-Monticello (Leaders only) Rushing No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Rochelle 23 159 -20 139 3 63 6.1 Totals 58 322 -24 298 3 63 5.1

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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 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 TB 7 238 34.0 40 0 0 7 238 34.0 40 0 0

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Sack Rochelle 9-3-0 38 0 23 Totals 10-4-0 27 0 23

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

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No. Yds TD Long 1 23 0 23 4 27 0 23

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB Pearson 5 166 33.2 43 Totals 5 166 33.2 43 Game Summary

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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 Pinto,Matt 6 119 1 49 Totals 33 422 3 49 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.

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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.

Northern State (Leaders) No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg 14 71 4 67 1 14 4.8 19 75 23 52 1 14 2.7

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Game Summary The Ichabods first play from scrimmage was a double reverse pass from Jim Bernard to Aaron Walker for 58 yards to the All-Star’s 3, setting up a Les Williams plunge. Bernard finished 18 of 29 for 279 yards. Williams rushed for 76 yards on 11 carries. WU picked up 526 yards in total offense while holding the all-star squad to 139 yards as Washburn won 27-8. Nick Kresic added two field goals, a 26- and 32-yard connection. Mexico President Miguel de la Madrid Hurtado presented the bowl trophy to head coach Larry Elliott in front of 25,000 fans.

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Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB Guillermo Gonzalez 5 255 51.1 Totals 5 255 51.1

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

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Mexican All-Stars (leaders only) Rushing No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Alejandro Morales 6 21 3.5 Totals 29 41 1.4

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Sack Barry Griffiths 28-10-4 192 1 64 Totals 28-10-4 192 1 64

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Receiving No. Yds TD Long Aaron Walker 5 105 Chris Bleue 3 68 Dashiell Wandix 3 59 Pete Flannigan 4 39 Ken Schmake 4 39 Mike McGreevy 1 24 Darrin Rorh 2 29 Johnny Perkins 2 22 Troy Slusser 1 6 Totals 25 391 0

Washburn 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

Team Stats NSU WU First Downs 28 30 Rushes-Yards (NET) 19-52 47-143 Passing-Yards(NET) 422 400 Passes Att-Comp-Int 51-33-3 38-23-0 Total Offense-Yards 70-474 85-543 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 2-35 Kickoff Returns-Yards 6-93 3-20 Int. Returns-Yards 0-0 3-34 Punts (Number-Avg) 5-33.2 7-34.0 Fumbles-Lost 3-0 2-1 Penalties-Yards 8-54 12-105 Possession Time 23:03 36:57 3rd Down Conversions 3 of 12 13 of 20 4th Down Conversions 1 of 1 0 of 0 Red-Zone Offense Scores 3-4 5-6

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Passing Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Sack Jim Bernard 29-18-2 279 0 Kyle Kingston 11-7-1 112 0 Totals 40-25-3 391 0

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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Score by Quarters Washburn 7 7 10 3 - 27 Mexico All-Stars 0 0 0 8 - 8 Scoring Summary 1st Quarter WU – 14:32 – Williams 3-yard run (Kressic kick); WU 7-0 2nd Quarter WU – 8:18 – Bernard 1-yard run (Kressic kick); WU 14-0 3rd Quarter WU – 9:13 – Perkins 4-yard run (Kressic kick); WU 21-0 WU – :02 – Kressic 26-yard field goal; WU 24-0 4th Quarter MAS – 7:52 – Vega 1-yard run (Espinoza PAT pass from Flores); WU 24-8 WU – 3:35 – Kressic 32-yard field goal; WU 27-8

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Topeka, Kan. • Nov. 19, 2005 #21 Northwest Missouri 42, #12 Washburn 32 Team Stats NWMSU WU First Downs 18 20 Rushes-Yards (NET) 44-183 41-76 Passing-Yards (NET) 311 296 Passes Att-Comp-Int 27-17-0 29-16-1 Total Offense-Yards 71-494 70-372 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 2-16 2-23 Kickoff Returns-Yards 5-88 2-26 Interception Returns-Yards 1-0 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 4-29.5 5-31.6 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-0 Penalties-Yards 7-54 4-34 Possession Time 31:34 28:26 3rd Down Conversions 9 of 16 5 of 14 4th Down Conversions 0 of 2 0 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-5 3-4

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Scoring Summary 1st Quarter NW 11:59 Rector,Andre 39 yd pass from L amberson,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) Washburn 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 All Returns Tetuan,Jarod Stuckey,Calvin Terrell,Fletcher Totals Rushing Omon,Xavier Totals

No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB 5 158 31.6 45 0 0 5 158 31.6 45 0 0 Punts Kickoffs Intercepts No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 8 0 0 0 1 21 21 1 18 18 0 0 0 2 23 21 2 26 18 0 0 0 Northwest Missouri (Leaders) No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg 37 173 7 166 2 70 4.5 44 204 21 183 2 70 4.2

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No. Yds TD Long 7 110 1 39 17 311 4 74

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 75- yard 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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Canyon, Texas • Nov. 17, 2007 #4 West Texas A&M 40, #25 Washburn 39

Topeka, Kan. • Dec. 4, 2010 Washburn 45, #24 Midwestern 14

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Score by Quarters Midwestern State Washburn

Team Stats WU WTAM First Downs 18 28 Rushes-Yards(NET) 40-131 27-65 Passing-Yards(NET) 274 498 Passes Att-Comp-Int 32-14-0 58-38-2 Total Offense-Plays 72-405 85-563 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 2-17 3-13 Kickoff Returns-Yards 5-69 6-168 Interception Returns-Yards 2-45 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 7-47.6 4-46.8 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 3-2 Penalties-Yards 14-101 16-144 Possession Time 30:27 29:33 3rd Down Conversions 5 of 17 4 of 15 4th Down Conversions 1 of 4 4 of 5 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-5 4-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-13 3-27

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Team Stats MSU WU First Downs 16 23 Rushes-Yards (NET) 46-196 32-159 Passing-Yards (NET) 50 361 Passes Att-Comp-Int 29-10-2 31-20-1 Total Offense-Yards 75-246 63-520 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-5 1-3 Kickoff Returns-Yards 3-58 0-0 Interception Returns-Yards 1-51 2-11 Punts (Number-Avg) 8-40.6 4-30.2 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 3-2 Penalties-Yards 11-79 3-32 Possession Time 34:20 25:40 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 19 3 of 8 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 3 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-3 5-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 1-9

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1st Quarter WU 06:01 Butler,Eric 1 yd run Knight,Andrew kick 2nd Quarter WU 00:09 Lebahn,Jake 19 yd pass from Brill,Jordan Knight,Andrew kick 3rd Quarter WT 14:18 Jon Roberts 33 yd field goal WU 11:31 Cole,Brad 26 yd pass from Brill,Jordan Knight,Andrew kick WT 09:09 B.J. Vickers 30 yd pass from Keith Null Kolo Kapanui rush failed WT 07:00 B.J. Vickers 79 yd pass from Keith Null Jon Roberts kick blockd WU 06:14 Mosley,Ra’Shawn 30 yd run Walker,Brandon pass WT 03:23 Carl Johnson 10 yd pass from Keith Null Jon Roberts kick WT 01:00 Anthony Clark 31 yd pass from Keith Null Jon Roberts kick blockd 4th Quarter WU 11:07 Wilhoite,Michae 27 yd interception return WT 07:41 B.J. Vickers 13 yd pass from Keith Null Keith Null pass intcpt WU 03:56 O’Neal,Kyle 36 yd field goa WT 02:27 Kolo Kapanui 3 yd pass from Keith Null Keith Null pass failed

1st Quarter 06:17 WU - Hastings,Joe 74 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 2nd Quarter 10:24 WU - Ivanisevic,Steve 34 yd field goal 01:04 MSU - Bush,Lester 4 yd run (Martinez,Jose kick) 00:33 WU - Hurst,Tore 34 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 3rd Quarter 09:16 WU - Beard,DeJuan 19 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 07:11 WU - Moore,Vershon 1 yd run (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 03:42 WU - Moore,Vershon 2 yd run (Ivanisevic,Steve kick) 4th Quarter 14:21 MSU - Keidrick Jackson 2 yd run (Martinez,Jose kick) 11:01 WU - Lowe,Terrence 4 yd run (Ivanisevic,Steve kick)

Washburn Rushing No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Mosley,Ra’Shawn 21 98 9 89 1 30 4.2 Walker,Brandon 14 78 10 68 0 39 4.9 Butler,Eric 2 1 0 1 1 1 0.5 Iverson,Jake 1 0 7 -7 0 0 -7.0 Brill,Jordan 2 0 20 -20 0 0 -10.0 Totals... 40 177 46 131 2 39 3.3 Passing Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Sack Brill,Jordan 30-13-0 267 2 49 2 Iverson,Jake 2-1-0 7 0 7 1 Totals... 32-14-0 274 2 49 3 Receiving No. Yds TD Long Lebahn,Jake 6 117 1 35 Mosley,Ra’Shawn 2 59 0 49 Cole,Brad 2 51 1 26 Ramsey,Ben 1 30 0 30 Powers,Drameago 1 8 0 8 Walker,Brandon 1 7 0 7 Lowe,Terrence 1 2 0 2 Totals... 14 274 2 49 Punting Boswell,Ben Totals...

No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB 7 333 47.6 53 4 1 7 333 47.6 53 4 1

Punts Kickoffs Intercepts All Returns No Yds Lg No Yds Lg No Yds Lg Lowe,Terrence 0 0 0 1 16 16 0 0 0 Wilhoite,Michae 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 27 27 Curran,Casey 2 17 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tetuan,Jarod 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 18 18 TEAM 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Williams,Cary 0 0 0 2 49 29 0 0 0 Pfannenstiel,M. 0 0 0 1 4 4 0 0 0 Totals... 2 17 17 5 69 29 2 45 27 West Texas A&M (Leaders) Rushing No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Wayne McKnight 7 48 0 48 0 11 6.9 Totals... 27 94 29 65 0 19 2.4 Passing Keith Null Totals...

Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Sack 58-38-2 498 6 79 2 58-38-2 498 6 79 2

Receiving No. Yds TD Long K. Flemming 9 83 0 22 Totals... 38 498 6 7 Game Summary CANYON, Texas – The Washburn Ichabods had their season come to an end with a 40-39 loss to No. 4 ranked West Texas A&M. Jordan Brill hit Jake Lebahn from 19-yards out to give the Ichabods a 14-0 lead entering the halftime break. The teams combined for 43 points, the Buffaloes jumped on the board with a 33-yard field goal cutting the lead to 14-3. The Buffaloes drove 37 yards in four plays to take the lead for good at 40-39 with 2:27 to play. The Ichabods were unable to convert any first downs and West Texas took possession and ran out the clock. Mosley led the Ichabods with 89 yards on 21 carries and the one touchdown. Brill passed for 267 yards and Lebahn finished with 117 yards on six receptions.

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Rushing Lowe,Terrence Moore,Vershon Cooper,Justin Haug,Brad Hurst,Tore Totals...

Washburn No Gain Loss Net TD 11 76 3 73 1 15 49 1 48 2 3 29 0 29 0 2 6 0 6 0 1 3 0 3 0 32 163 4 159 3

Passing Att-Cmp-Int Simoneau,Dane 18-26-1 Kasel,Cameron 2-5-0 Totals... 20-31-1

Lg Avg 18 6.6 15 3.2 17 9.7 6 3.0 3 3.0 18 5.0

Yds TD Long Sack 350 3 74 0 11 0 6 0 361 3 74 0

Receiving No. Yds TD Long Hastings,Joe 10 223 1 74 Hurst,Tore 3 45 1 34 Beard,DeJuan 3 37 1 19 Cooper,Justin 3 23 0 11 Garner,Ronnell 1 33 0 33 Totals... 20 361 3 74 Punting Hills,Austin Totals...

No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB 4 121 30.2 31 1 0 4 121 30.2 31 1 0

Punts All Returns No Yds Lg Beard,DeJuan 1 3 3 Desir,Pierre 0 0 0 Pfannenstiel,Marty 0 0 0 Totals... 1 3 3

Kickoffs No Yds 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Intercepts Lg No Yds 0 0 0 0 1 11 0 1 0 0 2 11

Lg 0 11 0 11

Midwestern State (Leaders) Rushing No Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Kelsey,Brandon 13 81 11 70 0 25 5.4 Totals... 46 222 26 196 2 27 4.3 Passing Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Long Sack Kelsey,Brandon 10-29-2 50 0 17 1 Totals... 10-29-2 50 0 17 1 Receiving Rosales,Ethan Totals...

No. Yds TD Long 2 29 0 17 10 50 0 17

Game Summary TOPEKA, Kan. -- The Washburn Ichabods won their fourth straight game wrapping up the season with an 8-4 record topping Midwestern State 45-14 in the second annual Kanza Bowl at Hummer Sports Park in Topeka Washburn’s Joe Hastings was named the Washburn Most Outstanding Player after recording 10 catches for 223 yards after opening the scoring on a 74-yard touchdown reception from Dane Simoneau capping a four-play, 92-yard drive with 6:17 to go in the first quarter. Simoneau finished 18 of 26 for 350 yards with three touchdowns upping his school-record single-season total to 3,459 yards while breaking Jordan Brill’s school career passing mark raising his total to 7,202 yards. Hastings finished his Washburn career with a single-season school-record of 1,546 yards breaking Troy Slusser’s mark of 1,512 yards from 1988. He also broke Ron Hamilton’s single-season reception record of 84 recording 87 this season. Lowe finished with 73 yards on 11 carries. The Washburn offense racked up 520 total yard while holding the Mustangs to 255 yards. The Ichabods averaged 8.3 yards per play and 18 yards per completion. The Mustangs averaged 3.4 yards per play and 5.0 yards per completion. Defensively, the Ichabods were led by Jahmil Taylor and Marty Pfannenstiel who each had 10 tackles. Pfannenstiel added an interception as did Pierre Desir. Dakota Palan-Johnson had six tackles with five solo stops, two tackles for loss and one sack.


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BY Opponents Most First Downs____________________________________________ 28, two times 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_________________________ 498, by West Texas A&M, 11/17/07 Fewest Yards Passing__________________________ 50, by Midwestern State, 12/4/10 Most Pass Attempts_________________________ 58, by West Texas A&M, 11/17/07 Fewest Pass Attempts__________________________10, by Ark-Monticello, 11/27/88 Most Pass Competitions______________________ 38, by West Texas A&M, 11/17/07 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_____________________________ 6, by West Texas A&M, 11/17/07 Most Offensive Touchdowns______________________ 8, by Pittsburg State, 12/6/86 Most Total Yards Offensive __________________ 563, by West Texas A&M, 11/17/07 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

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___________ 223, by Joe Hastings, vs Midwestern State, 12/4/10 Most Punting Yards___________ 333, by Ben Boswell, at West Texas A&M, 11/17/07 Most Punts__________________________________________________ 7, two times Best Punting Average_______ 47.6, by Ben Boswell, at West Texas A&M, 11/17/07 (7 punts/333 yds) Longest Punt_________________ 53, by Ben Boswell, at West Texas A&M, 11/17/07 Most Tackles__ 13, Wade Dennis and Troy Denth vs Ark-Monticello, 11/27/88; Zach Watkins (2 solo/11 assist) at West Texas A&M, 11/17/07 Most Sacks________________________________________________ 1, ten tied with Most Pass Breakups________________________________________ 2, four tied with 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_________ 29, Cary Williams, at West Texas A&M, 11/17/07 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; Kyle O’Neal, at West Texas A&M, 11/17/07 Longest Scoring Run______ 57 yards, by Lorenza Rayford vs Pittsburg State, 12/6/86 Longest Scoring Pass_______ 74 yards, by Joe Hastings, vs Midwestern State, 12/4/10 Most Points Scored____ 12 by Mike Oduptian, (2 touchdowns) vs Northwest Missouri, 11/19/06; by Vershon Moore, (2 touchdowns) vs Midwestern State, 12/4/10

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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; vs Midwestern State, 12/4/10 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___________________________ 6, vs Midwestern State, 12/4/10 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______________________________ 14, at West Texas A&M, 11/17/07 Most Penalty Yards_____________________________117, vs Pittsburg State, 12/6/86 Fewest Penalties______________________________ 3, vs Midwestern State, 12/4/10 Fewest Penalty Yards__________________________ 32, vs Midwestern State, 12/4/10 Most Interceptions______________________________ 3, vs Northern State, 12/4/04 Fewest Interceptions________________________ 0, vs Northwest Missouri, 11/19/05 Most Points Scored___________________________ 45, vs Midwestern State, 12/4/10 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

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, by Millikin, 11/30/74 Most Points Allowed_________________________ 45, by Midwestern State, 12/4/10 Fewest Points Allowed_________________________13, by Ark-Monticello, 11/27/88

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Records do not include Aztec Bowl Games – 8 (bowl games and postseason games included) • Record – 3-5 11/30/74 - Boot Hill Bowl - Dodge City, Kan.____________ WU 21, Millikin (Ill.) 7 11/20/76 - Boot Hill Bowl - Dodge City, Kan.____________ Benedictine 29, WU 14 12/6/86 - NAIA Quarters - Pittsburg, Kan.____________ Pittsburg State 58, WU 24 11/27/88 - NAIA Quarters - Monticello, Ark._________Ark.-Monticello 20, WU 13 12/20/86 - Aztec Bowl - Ex. - Mexico City, Mexico____________WU 27, All-Stars 8 12/4/04 - Mineral Water Bowl - Excelsior Springs, Mo._____WU 36, Northern St. 33 11/19/05 - NCAA Second Round - Topeka, Kan.____Northwest Missouri 42, WU 32 11/17/07 - NCAA First Round - Canyon, Texas______ West Texas A&M 40, WU 39 12/4/10 - Kanza Bowl - Topeka, Kan._______________WU 45, Midwestern State 14

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Cary Williams, CB

2007 - Associated Press Little All-American 2007 - Daktronics All-American - 1st 2007 - American Football Coaches Association - 1st 2007 - D2Football.com - 2nd 2007 - Football Gazette - 2nd

Eric Eisenbarth, OL

2007 - Football Gazette - 2nd

Trey Lewis, DT

2006 - Associated Press Little All-American 2006 - Football Gazette - 1st 2006 - D2Football.com - 2nd 2006 - American Football Coaches Association - 1st

Fletcher Terrell, CB

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Grant Gould, LB

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Rudy Su’e, OL

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Mark Lutz, DL, HM Bob Leonard, DL, HM Ron Hamilton, WR, 1st Mike Atkins, QB, HM Jim Weissbeck, DB, HM Tom DeGroot, DE, HM

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American Football Coaches Association All-America Team 2010 Steve Ivanisevic, PK (NCAA) 2009 Zach Watkins, LB (NCAA) 2007 Cary Williams, DB (NCAA) 2006 Trey Lewis, DT (NCAA) 1988 Troy Slusser, WR (NAIA)

2005 Rudy Sué, OL, 1st Grant Gould, LB, 1st Fletcher Terrell, DB, 1st Fletcher Terrell, KR, 2nd 2004 Sam Sissom, WR, 2nd 2002 Eric Roth, P, 1st 1999 Kevin Wheeler, OL, 2nd 1996 Zuri Stokes, DB, 2nd 1995 Michael Dritlein, WR, 1st 1994 Michael Dritlein, WR, 2nd

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NAIA All-America 1988 Troy Slusser, WR, 1st Steve Sheehan, OL, HM 1987 Troy Stedman, LB, 2nd Jim Butler, DE, HM Mike Gibson, OG, HM 1986 Nick Kresic, PK, 2nd Jerry Nall, OT, 2nd Charles Braden, DT, HM Mark Brinker, FS, HM 1985 Charlie Braden, DE, HM 1984 Dan Remboldt, DE, HM 1983 Dino DeLisa, RB, HM Mark Lutz, DL, HM 1981 Bob Leonard, DL, HM 1980 Ron Hamilton, WR, 1st Mike Atkins, QB, HM Jim Weissbeck, DB, HM 1977 Tom DeGroot, DE, HM 1974 John Poke, LB, HM 1965 Mike Sipotz, OC, HM 1964 Bob Noblitt, HB, 1st Bob Hardy, HB, 1st

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ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Division II Academic All-America 2008 Zach Watkins, LB, 1st 2007 Zach Watkins, LB, 1st 2003 Eric Taylor, DE, 2nd 1999 Aaron Doonan, DE, 2nd 1995 Michael Dritlein, WR, 2nd 1993 Michael Dritlein, WR,2nd

Burger King Scholar Athlete of the Week 1999 Aaron Doonan, DE 1995 Michael Dritlein, WR

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Associated Press Little America All-American 2010 Steve Ivanisevic, PK, 1st Joe Hastings, WR, 3rd 2009 Steve Ivanisevic, PK, 1st 2007 Cary Williams, DB, 1st 2006 Trey Lewis, DT, 1st

D2 Football.com Division II All-America 2010 Steve Ivanisevic, PK, 1st Joe Hastings, WR, HM 2009 Pierre Desir, DB, 2nd Zach Watkins, LB, HM 2008 Zach Watkins, LB, HM 2007 Cary Williams, DB, 2nd 2006 Trey Lewis, DT, 2nd Fletcher Terrell, DB, 2nd 2005 Fletcher Terrell, DB, 2nd Grant Gould, LB, HM 2002 Eric Roth, P, HM

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CoSIDA/Daktronics Division II All-Region 2010 Steve Ivanisevic, PK, 1st Joe Hastings, WR, 2nd Pierre Desir, DB, 2nd 2009 Zach Watkins, LB, 1st (MVP) Eric Lawrence, DE, 2nd 2008 Zach Watkins, LB, 1st 2007 Cary Williams, DB, 1st Zach Watkins, LB, 2nd 2006 Trey Lewis, DT, 1st Fletcher Terrell, DB, 1st Zach Watkins, LB, 2nd

Postseason All-Star Game Participant 2010 Steve Ivanisevic, PK - Cactus Bowl Michael Wilhoite, LB - Cactus Bowl Joe Hastings, WR - Cactus Bowl 2009 Zach Watkins, LB - Cactus Bowl 2007 Cary Williams, DB - Cactus Bowl 2006 Trey Lewis, DT - Texas vs the Nation 2002 Eric Roth, P - Cactus Bowl 2001 Colon McNeal, WR - Cactus Bowl 1999 Marc Nardella, WR - Snow Bowl 1998 Joe Busby, OL - Snow Bowl 1995 Michael Dritlein, WR - Snow Bowl

Ty Lewis, OL, 2nd 2008 Zach Watkins, LB, 1st 2007 Zach Watkins, LB, 1st 2004 Matt Durler, OL, 1st 2003 Eric Taylor, DE, 1st Matt Durler, OL, 1st 1999 Aaron Doonan, DE, 1st 1998 Aaron Doonan, DT, 1st Joe Banks, WR, 2nd 1997 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 1996 Gabe Clements, DL, 1st Jeff Koch, TE, 2nd 1995 Michael Dritlein, WR, 1st Joe Schartz, QB, 2nd 1994 Michael Dritlein, WR, 2nd 1993 Michael Dritlein, WR, 1st

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Football Gazette Division II All-America 2010 Joe Hastings, WR, 2nd Steve Ivanisevic, PK, 2nd Vershon Moore, RB, HM 2009 Pierre Desir, DB, 2nd Steve Ivanisevic, PK, 2nd Zach Watkins, LB, 2nd 2008 Zach Watkins, LB, 2nd 2007 Cary Williams, DB, 2nd Eric Eisenbarth, OL, 2nd Zach Watkins, LB, HM 2006 Trey Lewis, DT, 1st Fletcher Terrell, DB, 3rd 2005 Fletcher Terrell, DB, 1st Grant Gould, LB, 2nd 1995 Michael Dritlein, WR, 1st 1988 Barry Griffiths, QB, HM 1988 Troy Slusser, WR, 1st

Football Gazette Division II All-Region 2010 Vershon Moore, RB, 1st Steve Ivanisevic, PK, 1st Joe Hastings, WR, 2nd Brian Folkerts, OL, 2nd Ty Lewis, OL, 3rd 2009 Zach Watkins, LB, 1st Pierre Desir, DB, 1st Steve Ivanisevic, PK, 2nd Eric Lawrence, DE, 2nd Brad Haug, FB, 3rd Ty Lewis, OC, 3rd 2008 Zach Watkins, LB, 1st Brandon Jackson, DE, 3rd 2007 Cary Williams, DB, 1st Zach Watkins, LB, 1st Eric Eisenbarth, OL, 1st 2006 Trey Lewis, DT, 1st Fletcher Terrell, DB, 1st 2005 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 2004 Sam Sissom, WR, 2nd 2002 Eric Roth, P, 1st 1988 Barry Griffiths, QB, 1st 1995 Michael Dritlein, WR, 1st

1964 Bob Hardy, HB, 1st Dode Lesser, OT, DE, HM

1964 Dode Lesser, OT/DE

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NCAA CoSIDA/Daktronics Division II All-America 2010 Steve Ivanisevic, PK, 2nd 2009 Zach Watkins, LB, 2nd 2007 Cary Williams, DB, 1st 2005 Fletcher Terrell, DB, 1st 2005 Rudy Sué, OL, 2nd 2005 Grant Gould, LB, 2nd 1995 Michael Dritlein, WR, 2nd

2006 Trey Lewis, DT 1964 Bob Hardy, HB

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NAIA District 10 1989 Wade Dennis, LB Alan Kaniper, P 1988 Troy Slusser, WR Steve Sheehan, OL Barry Griffiths, QB Les Williams, RB Stuart Ensign, DL Vince Pascek, DL 1987 Tim Beasley, P Jim Butler, DE Mike Gibson, OG Troy Stedman, LB Charlie Bennett, DT NAIA District 10 1986 Tim Beasley, P Charles Braden, DB Mark Brinker, FS Nick Kresic, PK Jerry Nall, OT Shawn Rose, LB 1985 Charlie Braden, DB 1984 Bill Guidetti, LB Dan Remboldt, DE 1981 Bob Leonard, DL 1980 Ron Hamilton, WR Mike Atkins, QB Jim Weissbeck, DB 1979 John Price, OL Steve Finesilver, OL 1978 Steve Finesilver, OL 1977 Clarence Taylor, K/P Ret. Steve Finesilver, OL 1973 Don McGlinn, DE 1965 Mike Sipotz, OC 1963 Bill Harper, RB Frank Pickens, RB Bob Noblitt, DL Curt Miller, FS NAIA Academic All-American 1989 Howard Holbrooks, LB, 1st Frank Lemus, LB, 1st Kurt Neelly, TE, 1st 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 1984 Mark Remboldt, DL, 1st 1983 Brad Stinle, OL, 1st Steve Hardesty, WR, 1st Mark Lutz, DL, 1st MIAA Defensive Player of the Year 2009 Zach Watkins, LB 2006 Trey Lewis, DT MIAA Freshman of the Year 2006 Zach Watkins, LB 2003 Trent Hearn, RB 2002 Sam Sissom, WR 2000 Tyler Schuerman, QB MIAA Special Teams Player of the Year 2010 Steve Ivanisevic, PK

All-MIAA Selections 2010 Vershon Moore, RB, 1st Brian Folkerts, OL, 1st Steve Ivanisevic, PK, 1st Joe Hastings, WR, 2nd Ty Lewis, OL, 2nd Dakota Palan-Johnson, DE, 2nd Marty Pfannenstiel, LB, 2nd Pierre Desir, DB, 2nd Dane Simoneau, QB, HM Brad Haug, HB, HM Otis Jones, OL, HM Jahmil Taylor, LB, HM Michael Wilhoite, LB, HM Austin Hills, P, HM 2009 Zach Watkins, LB, 1st Eric Lawrence, DE, 1st Pierre Desir, DB, 1st Dane Simoneau, QB, 2nd Drameagon Powers, WR, 2nd Brian Folkerts, OL, 2nd Ty Lewis, OL, 2nd Steve Ivanisevic, PK, 2nd Ben Bianchino, DE, 2nd Michael Krajicek, LB, 2nd Casey Curran, FS, 2nd Vershon Moore, RB, HM Brad Haug, FB, HM Ryan Mertz, TE, HM Bill Boyer, OL, HM Brandon Jackson, DL, HM Austin Hills, P, HM 2008 Zach Watkins, LB, 1st Bill Boyer, OL, 2nd Brandon Jackson, DL, 2nd Xavier Beckford, DB, 2nd Casey Curran, FS, 2nd Brandon Walker, RB, HM Brian Folkers, OL, HM Andy Kavanaugh, OL, HM Bruce Ringwood, LB, HM Michael Wilhoite, LB, HM Austin Hills, P, HM 2007 Eric Eisenbarth, OL, 1st Cary Williams, KR, 1st Eric Butler, DL, 1st Zach Watkins, LB, 1st Cary Williams, DB, 1st Brandon Walker, RB, 2nd Jake Lebahn, WR, 2nd Jeff Rickard, OL, 2nd Eric Lawrence, DE, 2nd Jordan Brill, QB, HM Ra’Shawn Mosley, RB, HM Ben Ramsey, TE, HM Trent Stanley, OL, HM Brandon Jackson, DL, HM Bruce Ringwood, LB, HM Jarod Tetuan, FS, HM Ben Boswell, P, HM 2006 Trey Lewis, DT, 1st Fletcher Terrell, DB, 1st Trent Hearn, RB, 2nd Jeff Rickard, OL, 2nd Bruce Ringwood, LB, 2nd Sam Sissom, WR, HM Eric Eisenbarth, OL, HM Fletcher Terrell, KR, HM Eric Lawrence, DE, HM Zach Watkins, LB, HM

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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 Jordan Brill, QB, HM Jim Holland, OL, HM Jeff Rickard, OL, HM Eric Lawrence, DE, HM Mike Gonzalez, LB, HM Calvin Stuckey, DB, HM 2004 Curtis Massey, P, 1st Sam Sissom, WR, 2nd Trey Lewis, DL, 2nd Rudy Su’e, OL, 2nd Fletcher Terrell, DB, 2nd Tyler Schuerman, QB, HM Ra’Shawn Mosley, RB, HM Mike Odupitan, WR, HM Rawshawn Bland, FB, HM Tyronne Barrett, OL, HM Grant Gould, LB, HM 2003 Tim Watts, OL, 2nd Trent Hearn, RB, 2nd Tyronne Barrett, OL, HM Mike Odupitan, WR, HM Eric Taylor, DE, HM Grant Gould, LB, HM Josh Looney, LB, HM Fletcher Terrell, DB, HM 2002 Eric Roth, P, 1st Tim Watts, OT, 2nd Dustin Hickel, QB, HM Sam Sissom, WR, HM DaWight Benning, WR, HM Kevin Pierce, OC, HM Grant Gould, LB, HM Joe Corcoran, DB, HM 2001 Colon McNeal, WR, 2nd Anders Grove, OT, 2nd Tyler Schuerman, QB, HM Brandon Rainer, FB, HM Chris Whittle, WR, HM Tim Watts, OT, HM Mike Kitchener, DL, HM Larry Schembri, LB, HM 2000 Brandon Rainer, FB, 2nd Jared Barge, OC, 2nd Eric Taylor, DE, 2nd Chad Todd, PK, 2nd Joe Banks, WR, HM Colon McNeal, WR, HM Jermaine Smith, OL, HM Buck Reuter, DL, HM Corey Phipps, LB, HM Clarence Williams, DB, HM 1999 Corey Phipps, LB, 2nd Aaron Doonan, DE, 2nd Marc Nardella, WR, 2nd Jared Barge, OC, HM Barry Galbraith, QB, HM Brandon Rainer, FB, HM Casey Rhinehart, DL, HM Kevin Wheeler, OL, HM 1998 Marc Nardella, WR, 1st Joe Busby, OG, 1st Lydell Flowers, RB, 2nd

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Travis Smith, SS, 2nd Aaron Battle, QB, HM Jared Barge, OC, HM Kevin Wheeler, OL, HM Colon McNeal, WR, HM Aaron Doonan, DL, HM Casey Rhinehart, DL, HM Ira Peoples, DB, HM 1997 Tony Scollieri, LB, 2nd Chris Swirles, FS, 2nd Willie Sapp, RB, 2nd Aaron Battle, QB, HM Andy Rucker, WR, HM Aaron Doonan, DL, HM Brian Fuemmeler, P, HM Jason Marshall, OL, HM 1996 Zuri Stokes, DB, 2nd Tony Scollieri, LB, 2nd Beau Caryl, DE, 2nd Joe Busby, OL, 2nd Joe Schartz, QB, HM Ketih Coleman, RB, HM Willie Sapp, RB, HM Andy Rucker, K/P Ret., HM Josh Parker, OL, HM John Grundy, LB, HM 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 Joe Busby, OL, HM Bryan Dugan, OL, HM Mike Floyd, DL, HM Nolan Jeffery, DB, HM Maurice Ragland, DB, HM Joe Schartz, QB, HM 1993 Michael Dritlein, WR, 1st Bryan Dugan, OL, HM Brad Horn, OL, HM 1992 Dave Noot, LB, 1st Wayne Peacock, OL, 2nd John Miller, DL, 3rd 1991 Alan Kaniper, P, 1st Kevin Marshall, DB, 2nd Todd McGhghy, LB, 2nd 1990 Fred Caldwell, OL, 1st Todd McGhghy, LB, 1st Mike Barnhill, DE, 3rd David Hurst, OL, 3rd Alan Kaniper, P, 3rd Greg Lane, RB, 3rd Chris Matney, DE, 3rd Kevin Marshall, DB, HM Joe Wells, OL, HM 1989 Phil Brooks, RB, 1st Wade Dennis, LB, 1st Howard Holbrooks, LB, 3rd Alan Kaniper, P, 3rd Tom Bruno, OL, HM Fred Caldwell, DL, HM Kurt Neelly, WR, HM

AFCA Coach of the Year 2005 Craig Schurig MIAA Coach of the Year 2005 Craig Schurig 1999 Tony DeMeo

MIAA All-Academic Team 2009 Ty Lewis, OL Zach Watkins, LB 2008 Zach Watkins, LB 2007 Ben Ramsey, TE Jake Lebahn, WR Zach Watkins, LB 2006 Zach Watkins, LB 2004 Tyler Schuerman, QB 2003 Josh Looney, LB 2001 Larry Schembri, LB 2000 Eric Taylor, DE Joe Banks, WR Buck Reuter, DL 1999 Aaron Doonan, DE 1998 Aaron Doonan, DT 1997 Aaron Doonan, DT 1996 Gabe Clements, DL Jeff Koch, TE Will Kerns, DB Darren Heer, FB Joe Schartz, QB Dan Smith, DE Brian Fuemmeler, P/PK 1995 Gabe Clements, OL Jeff Koch, LB Will Kerns, HB Dan Smith, DE Joe Schartz, QB Michael Dritlein, WR Tony Scollieri, LB 1994 Michael Dritlein, WR Beau Caryl, DE Jeff Koch, LB Kirk Potter, WR Joe Schartz, QB 1993 Michael Dritlein, WR Brett Miller, LB Kirk Potter, WR 1992 Kirk Potter, WR 1991 Tracey Hoffman, WR Dan Holloway, QB Scot Koranda, LB 1990 Craig Beam, DB Dan Holloway, QB Scot Koranda, DB All-Central States Intercollegiate Conference Team 1988 Troy Slusser, WR, 1st Steve Sheehan, OL, 1st Barry Griffiths, QB, 1st Vince Pascek, DL, 2nd Gene Cullinane, OL, 2nd Wade Dennis, LB, 2nd Les Williams, RB, 2nd Eric Otting, OL, 2nd Charlie Bennett, DL, HM Phil Brooks, RB, HM Anthony Bryan, DB, HM Mike Cardoza, LB, HM Dave Coker, DB, HM Dwayne Haley, WR, HM Cecil Hicks, OL, HM Howard Holbrook, LB, HM Frank Lemus, LB, HM Clay Phillips, DB, HM 1987 Jim Butler, DE, 1st Mike Gibson, OG, 1st Troy Slusser, KO/P Ret., 1st Troy Stedman, LB, 1st


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All-Central Conference Team 1933 Glenn Stalker 1932 Clarence Edwinson Charles Crank Wesley Grout

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All-Central Intercollegiate Conference Team 1968 Don Prince, DL, 1st Reggie Carr, DB, 1st Irv McCoy, WR, 2nd Ken Harris, OL, 2nd Jerry Sawyer, OL, 2nd 1967 Ken Harris, OL, 2nd Don Prince, DL, 2nd Ken Harris, LB, 2nd 1966 Dan West, LB, 1st Mike Sipotz, OL, 1st Dode Lesser, OL, 1st Mickey Romano, FB, 1st Pat McCrite, DE, 1st

All-Kansas Conference Team 1926 Laverne Erwin Joe Cramer 1917 Dewey Hutchinson 1912 Neil Rogers Elmer Bearg Earl Trober

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All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Team 1971 Jon Bakalar, QB, 1st Kevin McCormick, RB, 1st 1970 Gene McBride, DB, 1st 1969 Don Prince, DT, 1st Gary McCormick, LB, 1st Richard Fry, OG, 1st

Glenn Stalker 1931 Wesley Grout Leo Burger

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All-Great Plains Athletic Conference Team 1975 Gary Yager, RB, 1st Jim Hastings, DL, 1st Rick Smith, OT, 2nd Monte Stone, OG, 2nd Mike Grogan, QB, 2nd Robert Warren, LB, 2nd George Steen, DB, 2nd Carlos Lyday, DB, 2nd Mike Morgan, DB, 2nd Mike Cassin, PK, 2nd 1974 Dan McGlinn, DE, 1st Jim Hastings, DL, 1st Cooper Johnson, OG, 1st 1973 Bryce Cripps, OG, 1st Tony Chiverini, LB, HM Bob Behrens, DT, HM John Poke, LB, HM Don McGlinn, DE, HM 1972 Tony Chiverini, LB, 1st Don McGlinn, DE, 1st Jeff Roether, RB, 1st Russ Hill, PK, 1st Gene Pettey, DB, 1st Gary Elliott, DB, HM

Rodger Tiesing, DT, 1st Rich Gilkison, OT, 2nd Charles White, DB, 2nd 1965 Steve Milosovich, DL, 1st Pat Scherzer, HB, 1st Mike Weinbrecht, DL, 2nd Charlie White, RB, 2nd Mike Sipotz, OC, 2nd Jerry Sawyer, OT, 2nd 1964 Pete Roscetti, WR, 1st Dode Lesser, OL, 1st Bob Hardy, RB, 1st Rodger Tiesing, DE, 1st Bob Noblitt, DL, 1st Ron Katzenmier, DB, 1st Pat Scherzer, DB, 1st Mike Sipotz, OC, 2nd Walter Thiel, OL, 2nd Mickey Romano, RB, 2nd Dode Lesser, DL, 2nd Burton Clemons, DL, 2nd Kent Jamison, DL, 2nd 1963 Bill Harper, RB, 1st Pat Scherzer, HB, 1st Bob Noblitt, DL, 1st Jack Clanton, DL, 1st Curt Miller, DB, 1st Pete Roscetti, WR, HM Jack Clanton, OL, HM 1962 Warren Dorby, OL 1961 Bob Pfannenstiel, G Warren Dorby, OG, 1st 1960 Dick Patterson, DT, 2nd Jerry Hedger, OT, 1st Bob Ogle, HB, 1st Jon Bingesser, HB, 1st Dale Milles, G, 2nd 1958 Larry Elliott, QB Cleve Jones, 1957 Don Luttrell, HB 1954 Nick Cossman, T Chet Duncan, TE Chuck Nelson, QB 1953 Ralph Bowen, TE Chet Duncan, TE Bill Baker, HB 1952 Don Bliss, T Bill Baker, HB 1951 Ivan Crabaugh, HB Bill Baker, HB 1949 Art Fletcher, HB Leroy Harmon, HB Jerry Rogers, C Jerry Reichart, G 1948 Elmer Betts, C Bob Shields, G Art Fletcher, HB LeRoy Harmon, HB 1947 Art Fletcher, HB LeRoy Harmon, HB 1946 Art Fletcher, HB Joe Pollom, OG LeRoy Harmon, HB

players

John Price, OL, 1st 1978 Mike Keeley, WR, 1st Mike Atkins, QB, HM 1977 Clarence Taylor, Ret, 1st Steve Burkdoll, DB. 1st Brent Cripps, P, 1st Tom Degroot, DE, 1st Steve Finesilver, OL, 1st Mike Keeley, WR, 1st Mike Grogran, QB, 2nd Dan Brooks, OC, 2nd Brent Cripps, RB, HM Travis Benton, DT, HM Steve Davidson, LB, HM Fred Edmon, TE, HM Doug French, DT, HM Bob Hainline, OT, HM Steve Martin, OT, HM Kerry McIntyre, OG, HM Mayo Schmidt, WR, HM Mike Sheahon, DB, HM

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Tim Beasley, P, 2nd Charlie Bennett, DT, 2nd Kyle Kingston, QB, 2nd Steve Sheehan, OT, 2nd Troy Slusser, WR, 2nd Chris Bleue, TE, HM Anthony Bryan, DB, HM Stuart Ensign, DT, HM Eric Otting, OT, HM Ed Poindexter, LB, HM Shawn Rose, LB, HM Ken Schmanke, RB, HM 1986 Charles Braden, DT, 1st Mark Brinker, FS, 1st Nick Kresic, PK, 1st Jerry Nall, OT, 1st Shawn Rose, LB, 1st Tim Beasley, P, 2nd Alex Mikaelian, OC, 2nd Aaron Walker, WR, 2nd Jim Bernard, QB, HM Jim Butler, DE, HM Jim Collins, OG, HM John Devine, OT, HM Pete Flannigan, WR, HM 1985 Charlie Braden, DE, 1st Nick Kressic, K, 1st Eugene Battle, LB, 2nd Mark Brinker, DB, 2nd Dino DeLisa, RB, 2nd Mik Shanks, DL, 2nd Steve Tacca, TE, 2nd Neils Chapman, OL, HM Jim Collins, OL, HM Vernon Hysaw, DL, HM Mike McCartney, QB, HM Brian McGovern, DB, HM Aaron Walker, WR, HM Mike Welch, WR, HM 1984 Dan Remboldt, DE, 1st Bill Guidetti, LB, 1st Alex Mikaelian, OC, 2nd Dino DeLisa, RB, HM Mark Remboldt, DL, HM Tim Schlegel, LB, HM Brett Schwarz, TE, HM Steve Tacca, TE, HM Bill Wiley, WR, HM 1983 Dan Remboldt, DE, 1st Tim Schlegel, LB, 1st Dino DeLisa, RB, 1st Brad Steinle, OL, 1st Mark Lutz, LB, 1st Bruce Canady, DB, 1st Tracy Hunnacutt, OL, 2nd Kevin Beard, DB, HM Mark Elliott, QB, HM Tony Essman, LB, HM Steve Hardesty, WR, HM Nick Kresic, PK, HM Paul Silovsky, LB, HM 1981 Bob Leonard, DL, 1st David Pitch, OL, 2nd Paul Silovsky, DB, 2nd Josh Lasley, LB, HM Tom Luedke, LB, HM John McGivern, DE, HM Steve Pokrywka, TE, HM 1980 Ron Hamilton, WR, 1st Mike Atkins, QB, 1st Jim Weissbeck, DB, 1st Andy O’Neill, DB, 1st 1979 Andy O’Neill, DB


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Ichabods in the NFL Draft The Washburn Ichabods have had five players who have heard their names called in the National Football League annual

draft. The most recent was Cary Williams, who was picked in the seventh round by the Tennessee Titans with the 229th overall pick in the 2008 draft. He followed Trey Lewis, a defensive tackle from Topeka, who became the first Ichabod in 19 years to be drafted in the NFL draft in 2007 when the Atlanta Falcons picked him in the sixth round. Year Round Pick Player Taken Name Team Position 2008 7 22 229 Cary Williams Titans Defensive Back 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

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Tennessee Titans 2008 - 7th round

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 six players who have played at least one regular season game on a pro roster entering the fall 2009 campaign. Not included in the list below are those who have played in preseason exhibition games, practice squads or on teams’ injured reserve lists. Due to space limitations, not included is any 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.) Years Team (league) Name (Pos.) Years Team (league) Trey Lewis, DT 2007-10 Atlanta Falcons (NFL) Troy Stedman, LB 1988 Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) Cary Williams, DB 2008-09 Tennessee Titans (NFL) 1991 Raleigh-Durham Skyhawks (WLAF) 2009-10 Baltimore Ravens (NFL) Spencer Thomas, DB 1974 Washington Redskins (NFL) Michael Dritlein, WR 1997 Rhein Fire (WLAF) 1975 Baltimore Colts (NFL) Gene Cullinane, OL 1992 Montreal Machine (WLAF) Art Fletcher, E 1950 Baltimore Colts (NFL)

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E E E E E E Easter,Robert 1983 Easterberg,Jared 2001 Easton,Jack 1977 Eckert,Bill 1982-83 Eckert,Dan 1982 Eddy,Bennett 1946 Eddy,Clarence 1946-48

records

D D D D D D Dahlstrom,Artie 1975-78 Dale,Bryan 2010 Dale,Mike 1987 Dancer,Rick 1976 Daniels,Eric 1982-84 Daniels,James 2005 Daniels,Steve 1946-48 Darnell,Craig 1982-83 Davenport,Bob 1951-53 Davenport,Dick 1949-50 Davey,Randy 1982-84 Davey,Rick 1981-83 Davey,Rodney 1982 Davidson,Steve 1974-77 Davidson,T. 1954 Davis,Billy Ray 1989,91 Davis,Dennis 1970 Davis,Gerald 1957 Davis,Ron 1979-82 Davis,Ronald 1963 Dawson,Chad 1996-98 Day,Ken 1985 Deal,Sean 1991-92 Dean,Ron 1992 DeBonnett,Jack 1961-62 Dee,Mike 1989 Degginger,Tim 1965-68 DeGroot,Steve 1977 DeGroot,Tom 1974-77 Deines,Doug 1987-90

Deitz,Jason 1989 DeKosky,Aaron 2002 Del Mazzio,Don 1965 DeLeon,Al 2001-02 Delgato,Jason 1996-98 DeLisa,Dino 1983-85 Demaree,Bruce 1967 Demars,David 2006-08 Dempewolf,D. 1951 Denham,Keith 1985 Dennis,Tim 1966-68 Dennis,Wade 1986-89 Denson,Robert 1956-58 Derda,Paul 1960-61 Derry 1947 Desir,Pierre 2008-10 DeVader,Dennis 2009 Devine,John 1984-86 Devins,J. 1949 Dewey,Morgan 2002-03 Dickeson,J. 1958 Dickinson,John 1971-72 Dieckhaus,Steve 2008-10 Diedrich,Dick 1950 Dietz,M. 1954 Dillard,Jeremy 2007 Dinnell,Kim 1977 Ditch,Steve 1991 Dixon,Lynn 1982 Dobry,Warren 1961 Dodge,Mark 1998-99 Dolan,Craig 1971 Domann,Chad 1986 Domann,Elvin 1964-66 Donaldson,Don 1991 Donaldson,Gavin 2000 Donaldson,Gavin 2000 Doneff,Cassidy 2008 Doolin,Chris 1995 Doonan,Aaron 1995-99 Doperalski,Vic 1968 Doresy,James 1974 Dougherty,Alan 1985 Douglas,Gerald 1984-86 Douglas,LeQuey 1999 Downey,A. 1949-50 Downey,Steve 1970 Downing,Bill 1962 Downing,Brandon 2010 Downing,Leonard 1984 Downs,Bob 1983 Dowty,Alex 2010 Doyle,Tom 1967 Dreiling,Dan 1966 Dreisigaker,Kirk 1995 Drenth,Troy 1988 Dressman,Alan 1969-71 Dritlein,Michael 1992-95 Drone,Paul 1992 Drosselmeyer,Jim 1957 Drowns,John 2002 Dubbert,Bret 2002-03 Dudley,Steven 2009-10 Dugan,Bryan 1993-95 Dulaney,David 1994 Duler,Matt 2004 Duncan,Bruce 1978 Duncan,Chet 1953-54 Duncan,Kyle 2009-10 Duncan,Phil 1975 Dunford,D. 1958 Dunn,Roy 1966 Durand,Cal 1959 Durkin,Chris 2006-07 Durler,Matt 2000-03 Dyba,Chris 2004-05

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Coover,Steve 1973-74 Copeland,Mike 1977-78 Copeland,Tom 1964-67 Copp,Joe 1957-58 Copp,Josh 2008-09 Coppola,Chuck 1963-66 Corcoran,Joe 2000-04 Corfman,Jim 1967 Cork,John 1974-75 Cornish,Bill 1957 Correll,Ralph 1953 Cossman,N. 1951-54 Coufal,David 1981 Coval,Joshua 2002-03 Covington,Kevin 1986 Cowan,Ed 1971-74 Cowan,Kevin 1983 Cox,Bill 1987 Cox,Larry 1981-83 Cox,Wayne 1949-51 Crabaugh,Ike 1949-50 Crabaugh,Ivan 1948 Crable,Clarence 1967 Crabtree,Steve 1993 Craig,Jeff 1980 Craig,Jim 1957 Craig,Roy 1975-77 Craig,Steve 1978 Crain,Corey 1999-2003 Crane,Jim 1979 Craven,Randy 1983-86 Crecelius,Denis 1959 Criglar,D.D. 1982 Crijanovic,Ostoja 1993 Crimmins,Scott 1987-89 Cripps,Brent 1974-77 Cripps,Bryce 1970-73 Croft,Joey 1992 Croker,David 1987 Croker,Dechram 1986 Crosby,Guy 1961 Cross,Mike 1994-98 Croucher,Zac 2009-10 Crouse,Gilbert 1986 Crowder,Rod 1982 Crum,Tulsa 1993 Cullinane,Gene 1985-88 Cummings,Garret 2008 Cummings,Kevin 1979-80 Cummings,Nick 1991-94 Curless,Doug 1975-78 Curran,Casey 2007-10 Curry,John 1993-94

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C C C C C C Caby,Ron 1972 Cage,Preston 1974-77 Cahill,Matt 1979-82 Cain,Clarence 1950-53 Calder,Clayton 2006 Caldwell,Fred 1989-90 Caldwell,Keith 1985 Call,Dan 1970-71 Calmese,Micheal 1990 Camp,Joe 1997-2000 Campbell,Bill 1962 Canady,Bruce 1983 Canady,Burce 1983 Cancro,Paul 1983 Canfield,Dan 1995 Canfield,Don 1948-50 Caniels,Eric 1982 Cannon,Tim 1982 Cantara,Leo 1969 Canzanella,Joe 1971-74 Canzanella,Joe 1973 Caray,Tom 1962-64 Cardoza,Mike 1987-88 Carlson,Skip 1983 Caroccia,John 1983 Carpenter,B. 1951 Carr,Bill 1969 Carr,Brad 1969 Carr,Reggie 1965-69 Carrier,Mike 1988 Carruth,Art 1959-60 Carruthers,Chat 1969,71 Carter,Don 1971 Carter,Kyle 2004 Cartwright,Greg 1976-77 Carver,Edgar 1946-48 Caryl,Arrow 1991 Caryl,Beau 1992-96 Casey,Brennan 1994-97 Casey,Guy 1948 Casey,M. 1958 Cassin,Mike 1975-78 Cassin,Mike 1975-78 Casy 1947 Cathey,Colin 1994-97

Cervantes,Jake 2008-10 Chaill,Matt 1980 Chamberlain,Jim 1965-68 Chamberlain,Scott 1979 Chandler,Leland 1949 Chanley,Ken 1984 Chapman,Darrin 1986 Chapman,Niels 1985-86 Chapman,Troy 1990 Chapman,Wes 1965-68 Charay,Jay 1993 Charest,Aaron 1992 Chastain,Tom 1952 Chavez,Dan 1979 Chestnut,J. 1949-50 Chestnut,R. 1949 Chiaverini,Mike 1977-81 Chiaverini,Tony 1970-73 Childers,Bryan 1992 Christenson,Rollo 1951-52 Christian,Robert 1960 Chumley,Garrett 2007 Churchill ,Larry 1956 Cifrino,Tom 1982 Clamon,Jim 1968-69 Clancy,Jim 1970 Clanton,Jack 1961-63 Clark,Bradlee 1991 Clark,Ed 1971-74 Clark,Jamie 1981 Clark,Jay 1978-81 Clark,Joe 1990 Clark,Jon 2009-10 Clark,Junior 1952 Clark,Mike 1979 Clark,Steven 1967 Clarke,Mike 1987 Clary,Ryan 2002 Clay,Clinton 1993 Clay,Ryan 1994-95 Cleavinger,J.D. 1964-66 Clements,Cabe 1994-97 Clemons,Burton 1964-65 Clifton,James 1947-50 Clifton,Zac 2002 Cline,Dustin 2000-01 Cobb,Terell 2002-05 Cobelens,George 1976 Cobler,Doug 1984 Cobler,Larry 1953 Cochran 1947 Cockerham,Bill 1957 Cocolis,Angelo 1964-67 Coffman,Kevin 1999-2001 Coker,David 1987-88 Cole,Brad 2006-09 Coleman,DeMarko 1992-95 Coleman,James 1974 Coleman,Keith 1993-96 Collar,J.T. 1994 Coller,Josh 2000 Coller,O.J. 1970-71 Collins,Bob 1968-69 Collins,Fred 1985-86 Collins,Jim 1984-86 Collins,Martin 1987 Collor,J.T. 1994 Comstock 1947 Concannon,Don 1948-49 Conley 1947 Connell,Kipp 2000 Connell,Kyler 2007-08 Conner,Ron 1972-73 Connor,Mike 1984 Connors,Devon 2010 Connors,Shawn 1982-83 Converse,Myron 1984 Conwell,Doug 1978-80 Conwright,Ricky 1999 Cook,John 1981-84 Cook,Scott 1983 Cooper,Bill 1979 Cooper,Justin 2007-10 Cooper,Ron 1969 Cooper,Todd 1989

opponents

Brun,David 1982 Brunner,Doug 1980 Bruno,Tom 1987-89 Bruns,David 1976-77 Bryan,Anthony 1985-88 Bryan,Mike 1989 Bryant,Jim 1959 Budenbender,Joe 1975 Bull,Nick 2003-06 Buller,Greg 1984 Bullock,Brian 1981 Bullock,Gary 1957 Bulter,Dwight 1982 Burch,Larry 1971 Burgardt,Jim 1956 Burgess,Marquetis 2002-06 Burgess,Ron 1968 Burgess,Tom 1982-84 Burget,Mike 1985-86 Burkdoll,Steve 1976-78 Burnett,Onan 1946-49 Burns,Albert 1972 Burns,David 1978-79 Burns,Fred 1981 Burt,Doug 1967 Busby,Joe 1994-98 Bushee,Robert 1982 Buss,Rick 1972 Butler,Bill 1966-68 Butler,Eric 2007 Butler,Greg 1983 Butler,Jim 1985-87 Butler,Joe 1972 Butler,John 1984-85 Butler,Pat 1962 Butler,Victor 2007-10 Butler,Will 1997-99 Butler,Zach 1990

coaches

Bliss,Don 1950-52 Blow,Chad 2005 Blume,Rick 1984 Bobbit,Jerome 1999 Bobbitt,Jerome 1995-99 Bobry,Warren 1962 Bodendorfer,Tom 1992 Boggess,Bill 1964 Boldt,Dan 1980 Boles,Randy 1980 Boling,Mark 1980 Bolt,Curtis 1983 Bolz,Tim 1973 Bonjour,Marvin 1952 Bonner,Nathanie 2003 Bono,Joe 1969-70 Bontrager,A.L. 1968-70 Bontrager,Curt 2009 Bontreger 1950 Boone,Donnie 1973 Boots,Mark 1973 Bosch 1947 Boston,John 1990 Boswell,Ben 2003-07 Boswell,Jim 1946-47 Boucher,David 2005-06 Bouchey,Rich 1995 Bowen,Dave 1969-72 Bowen,Roger 1953-54 Bowers,Jason 2001 Boyd,Dale 1970 Boyd,Ken 1981-82 Boyd,Mark 1980 Boyd,Rayon 2001 Boyd,Richard 1990 Boyer,Bill 2007-10 Boyer,Brad 2006 Boyles,Dean 1950 Bozic,Leonard 1965-66 Brackenbury,Dam 2006 Bradbury,Ryan 1995-98 Braden,Charles 1983-86 Bradley,Greg 1987-89 Brady,Darrin 1981 Branch,Dalton 2010 Braves,Chris 1969 Brawner,Jared 2010 Braynen,Larry 1993 Breen,Bob 1974-75 Brewer,Derek 1979-80 Brewer,Gary 1960 Brewster,Pat 1976-79 Briley,Brian 1990 Brill,Jared 2008-09 Brill,Jordan 2003-07 Brinkner,Mark 1985-86 Britain,Carl 1994 Britton,Doug 1989-90 Broadnax,Elsbery 1962 Bronco,Bill 1982 Bronson,Michael 1976 Brooks,Anthony 1987 Brooks,Bryant 1994 Brooks,Dan 1976-77 Brooks,David 1977-78 Brooks,Eugene 1946-48 Brooks,Gene 1949-51 Brooks,Matt 1988-89 Brooks,Phillip 1987-89 Brown,Chris 2002-06 Brown,Dan 1992-95 Brown,Galen 1986-87 Brown,James 1983 Brown,Jerry 1959 Brown,Keith 1978-81 Brown,L. 1954-55 Brown,Larry 1960 Brown,Matt 2003-06 Brown,Mel 1961 Brown,Mike 1986 Brown,Norman 1952 Brown,Tyrell 2010 Bruce,Burton 1963 Brumbaugh,Ed 1947-49 Brumbaugh,Eldon 1948-50

players

B B B B B B Babb,Tom 1993 Babcock,Adam 1982 Backus,Bruce 1958-60 Baer,Robert 1969-72 Bailer,Joseph 1973 Bailer,Marvin 1969-72 Bailey,Gene. 1958-60 Bailey,Kevin 1993 Bailey,Mark 1986 Bailey,Marvin 1971 Bailey,Rob 1982 Bainbridge,Matt 1993-94 Baird,Keith 1948 Bakalar,Jon 1970-71 Baker,Bill 1951-53 Baker,Bill 1988-89 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,Eugene 1983-86 Battle,Gary 1983 Battle,Matt 1997 Bauer,Taylor 2004-06 Beach,Mike 1960 Beagle,Jim 1978 Beagle,Jim 1975-78 Beal,Ron 1978-79 Beals,Bob 1973 Beam,Craig 1989-90 Bean,Donte 2008-09 Beard,DeJuan 2010 Beard,Kevin 1982-83 Beasley,Tim 1984-87 Beck 1947 Beck,Erin 2003-07 Beck,Evin 2003-04 Beck,Gerald 1977 Becker,David 2004-06 Becker,Eugene 1964 Becker,Michael 1970 Beckford,Xavier 2004-05,07-09 Beebe,Dan 1981 Beffort,Mark 1981-82 Behrens,Bob 1973-75 Beiry,E. 1954 Belden,Gary 1963 Bell,Damon 1985-88 Bell,Eddie 1985 Bell,John 1962 Bell,Steve 1969 Benard,Michael 1983-84 Bender,Tim 1986-87 Benedict,Don 1959 Benke,Erick 2004 Benke,Rick 1974-75 Bennett,Charlie 1987-88 Bennett,Dale 1967-70 Benning,DaWight 2000-03 Benson,Larry 1962-63 Bentley,Dave 1987 Benton,Travis 1975-78 Berlin,Jerry 1966 Bernard,Jim 1983-86 Berry,D. 1947 Berry,Jeffery 1964 Berry,Tim 1983 Berthelson,Ryan 1992 Bertrand,Mike 1981 Besta,Benny 1960 Bethel,Matt 2000 Betsher 1947 Betts,Elmer 1946-49 Betts,LaMarcus 2008 Bevis,Bryan 1972-73 Bevis,Eric 1971-73 Bianchino,Ben 2005-09 Bianchino,Bernie 1966-69 Bias,Lloyd 2007-09 Bibbs,Darrell 1987 Bibens,Bill 1969-71 Biery,Everett 1955-56 Bietau,Drew 2005 Bingesser,Jon 1958-61 Birdsong,Chuck 1955-57 Birkey,Todd 1989 Birt,Mitch 2003-07 Bishop,Sean 1987-90 Bissitt,Beau 2010 Bivens,Bob 1972-75 Blackmon,Howard 1980 Blalock,Adam 1995 Bland,Rawshawn 2001-05 Bleidissel,Joe 1985 Blessington,Joh 2008 Bleue,Chris 1984-87 Blin,Peter 1983-86 Bliss,B. 1951

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A A A A A A Abron,Paul 2007-08 Adams,Ken 1963 Adams,Larry 1971 Adams,Vincent 1982 Adkins,Bill 1957 Adlong,Terry 1957 Aguirre,Al 1990 Albright,Robert 1978 Aldridge,Billy 1971 Aletnbernd,Bart 1969 Alexander,Chauncey 1973 Allan,Kevin 1985 Allen,Boyd 1953 Allison,Joe 2001-02 Alston,John 1966-69 Alston,Steve 1966-69 Alterman,Gary 1963 Althaus,K. 1949 Alvarez,Mateo 1979-80 Amborn,Jon 1995 Anderson,Buck 1946-48 Anderson,Mark 1972 Andre,Steve 1976 Anguiano,John 1980 Anslinger,R. 1951 Appelhanz,Matt 1997 Aquirre,Al 1989 Archer 1947 Archer,Brad 1998 Archer,Brad 1998 Archie,Quentin 2001-02 Army,Leonard 2001-02 Arrington,Leb 1956-57 Assal,Jeremy 2003-06 Atagi,Bryce 2009-10 Atkins,Mike 1977-80 Atkinson,A. 1954 Atkinson,Greg 1978 Atwood,Joey 1989-92 Augustine,Rich 1976-80 Austin,Lamont 1985 Austin,Sam 1974 Austin,Zeb 2002 Azeltine,Adam 2002-05 Aziz,Michael 1992-93


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TM

HISTORY

RECORDS

THE MIAA

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

COACHES

PLAYERS

INTRO

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Edmon,Fred 1974-77 Edson,Greg 1985 Edwards,Allen 1975 Edwards,Jesson 1993 Edwards,Mike 1998-99 Edwinson,G. 1958 Eichelberg,Kurt 1972-74 Eikenberry,Tom 1970 Eisenbarth,Eric 2004-07 Ellenbaker,J. 1958 Elliott,Gary 1971-72 Elliott,Ken 1960-61 Elliott,Larry 1956-58 Elliott,Mark 1980-83 Ellis,Wintric 1989 Elston,Terry 1961-63 Elston,William 1960 Ensign,Stewart 1984-88 Epp,Justin 1998-99 Erwin,Dean 1950-53 Escobar,Augie 1969 Escobar,Edwin 1969 Esposito,Ken 1961-62 Esser,Doug 1994 Essman,Tony 1981-83 Eteuini,Naseri 2007-08 Evans,Bryan 1964 Evans,Mike 1979-81 Evans,Richard 1977-78 Evans,Steve 1989 Evenson,J. 1958 Ewy,Adam 2004-07 Eyerly,Larry 1969 F F F F F F Falldorf,Zach 2009-10 Fancher,Mark 2010 Farichild,Joe 1978 Farmer,Mike 2009-10 Fass,Aron 1977-82 Faudere,Tom 1992-93 Fay,Jim 1985-86 Feagan,Paul 1952 Federle,Matt 2000 Fenley,Dave 1972 Fenton,Dwight 1953 Ferrell,Dean 1965-68 Ferrell,Pat 1988-89 Ferrell,Pat 1988-89 Fields,Michael 2005-06 Finesilver,Steve 1976-78 Fink,Dean 1950 Fink,P. 1951 Finney,Aaron 1985 Finney,James 1985 Finney,Patrick 1971-72 Finson,C. 1947 Fischer,Brad 1982-84 Fisher,Jake 1993 Fisher,L. 1958 Fisher,Mark 1985 Fisher,Monty 1988-91 Fisher,Myron 1992-93 Fisher,Myron 1992-93 Fisher,Pat 1989 Fisher,Scott 1987 Fisher,Zack 1995 Fitch,Greg 1972 Flack,Dean 1960 Flannegan,Tom 1970 Flannigan,Pete 1983-86 Flatt,Tim 1980 Fletcher,Art 1946-49 Fletcher,Robert 1982 Flohrschutz,Austin 2009 Flood,Don 1975 Flott,D. 1958 Flowers,Everald 1990-93 Flowers,Lydell 1994-98 Floyd,Mike 1991-94 Floyd,Tony 1982 Folkerts,Brian 2008-10 Forck,Jake 2005-08 Ford,Derrick 1981 Ford,Terell 1993

Foster,Dan 2000 Foster,Thomas 1988 Foster,Tim 1973 Fowler,Justin 2008 Fowler,Kyle 1999-2003 Francis,Tim 1960 Franklin,Charles 1963-64 Franklin,James 1969 Frankmore,Tony 1983 Franks,John 1989-90 Fraser,Morley 1946 Frederick,Josh 1999-2000 Fredrickson,Jon 1996 Fredrickson,Jon 1994-96 French,Doug 1975-77 Frey,Russ 1972 Friend,Joey 1988-90 Fromme,D. 1958 Frommoethelydo,D.J. 2006-07 Fry,Rich 1968 Fuemmeler,Brian 1994-97 Fuller,D. 1951 G G G G G G Gacek,John 1961 Gaffen,Mitch 1987 Gaines,Franklin 1956-57 Galbraith,Barry 1995-1999 Gallant,Mike 1969-71 Gamble,John 1982 Gambrell,James 1982-85 Gant,Matt 2000-01 Garcia,Earl 1970 Garcia,Fernando 1978 Garcia,Fred 1975-76 Gardiner,Aaron 2005-06 Gardner,Tom 1961-62 Garey,Merely 1948 Garner,Ronnell 2009-10 Garrett,Chris 2000 Garrett,Paul 1972-73 Garrett,Randy 1994 Gasper,John 1981 Gaston,John 1953-55 Gaswick,Nathan 2005-09 Gatchell 1947 Gates,Jim 1953-55 Gaul,Greg 1992-94 Gay,Dan 1971-73 Geha,Joe 2009-10 Geist,Ryan 2007-09 George,Jeff 1981 Georgeson,Curt 1980-84 Gerstenkorn,Ray 1972-75 Gettler,Tom 1983-84 Gibson,Brandon 1994 Gibson,George 1997-99 Gibson,J. 1949 Gibson,Michael 1984-87 Gifford,Forrest 1946-48 Gilbert,Millage 1977-80 Giles,Leroy 1993 Giles,Ronnie 1986 Gilkison,Rich 1966 Gilkison,Tom 1971 Gillard,Richard 1983 Gillen,Phillip 1988 Gilliland,David 1957-58 Gilman,Tom 1977-79 Gilmer,Alex 2010 Gilmore,Kent 1969-72 Gilmore,Thomas 1970 Ginavan,Roger 1951-54 Gipson,Hammond 1986 Gipson,Hammond 1986 Gish,Dusty 1997-99 Gish,L. 1949 Glaze,Jr.,Ray 2000-01 Glaze,Ray 1978 Gleisberg,Chris 1997 Gloriod,Mark 1989-92 Goates,Jeff 1979 Goeden,Robert 1992-93 Goering,Chris 1997 Goetz,Tom 1969

Gonzales,Paul 1991 Gonzales,Rolly 1998-02 Gonzalez,Mike 2004-05 Good,Mike 1991 Goodin,Bill 1988-92 Goodknight,Charles 1983-85 Goodrich,Clint 1991 Goodsell,Sean 1992 Goodwin,Allen 1982 Gordon,Bill 1973 Gordon,Chad 1999-02 Gordon,Nathaniel 1975-77 Gorsky,Joe 1949-51 Goss,Russell 1955-56 Gould,Grant 2002-05 Graham,Talmadge 1990-93 Grahem,Denis 1975 Gramling,Kyle 1999 Granier,Stan 1990 Gray,Ben 2003-04 Greco,Frank 1980 Green,Jeffrey 1983-84 Green,Steve 1969-70 Green,Steve 1985 Greer,Jason 1995 Greig,Alan 1980 Greyno,Ed 1977 Grice,Tom 1991 Gries,Steve 1989 Griess,Adam 2002-03 Griffin,Eugene 1964 Griffiths,Barry 1985-88 Griggs,Troy 1986 Grim,Kareem 1994 Grimmett,Terry 2008-10 Grindol,Troy 1981-82 Groff,Kent 1975 Grogan,Mike 1974-77 Grogan,Pat 1975-78 Grove,Anders 1998-01 Gruber,Scott 1992 Grundy,John 1994-96 Gruss,John 1973-75 Gudmudson,Blake 1989 Gudmundson,Blake 1988-89 Guevara,Raul 1976 Guidetti,William 1983-84 Guido,Tom 1964-65 Guilfoyle,Steve 1976-79 Gunn,Tom 1989 Gurss,Rollo 1949 Gurss,V. 1958 Gutierrez,Jerome 1976-78 HHHHHH 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 2005-09 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. 1970-72 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 Harkless,Jonathan 2010 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,Jeff 2003 Harris,Jimmy 1996 Harris,Ken 1966-68 Harris,Michael 2010 Harris,Todd 1998-2001 Harris,Torye 1982-85 Harrison,Rick 1969-71 Harrison,Tom 1959-60 Harrod,Warren 1953 Hartzell,Ken 1998-2000 Harvey,Aaron 2006 Haselby,J.C. 1983-86 Haskins,Bob 1962 Haskins,David 1975-76 Hastings,Jim 1974-75 Hastings,Joe 2006-10 Hastings,John 1977 Hastings,Larry 1955-56 Hatcher,Stanley 1973-76 Hattrup,John 2005-06 Haug,Brad 2005-10 Haug,Nathan 2010 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 1982 Hayes,Joe 1980-83 Hayes,Patrick 1999-02 Haynes,Steve 1975-77 Hays,Earl 1948 Haysaw,Vernon 1986 Hearn,Trent 2002-06 Heatherington,Jack 1963 Heatherington,Paul 1963-64 Heck,Ron 1960-63 Heckman,Simon 2003 Hedger,Jerry 1959-60 Heer,Darren 1995-97 Hefley,David 1976 Heims,Bryan 1978 Heiniger,Cory 1973-76 Heintzelman,Chris 1991 Heinz,Ronald 1970 Heller,Dusty 2003 Helliker,Paul 1982 Helm,Todd 1982 Helt,R.D. 1981-82 Hembrough,Shane 1989 Hemmerling,Zach 2003-06 Henault,Mark 1973 Henderson 1947 Henderson,Vic 1978-80 Heniff,Bob 1966 Heniff,Ray 1965 Henry,Korie 2010 Herd,Skip 1970 Herman,Kenny 1960 Hernandez,Ascension 1959 Hernandez,Pepe 2002-03 Herrman,Jack 1972 Herrmann,Kenny 1960 Herrold,Joe 1968 Hersh,Jeff 1986 Herter,Jeff 1988-89 Hett,Jerod 1999 Hickel,Dustin 2000-05 Hickey,Dennis 1981 Hickey,Rob 1992

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Hickman,Joseph 1985 Hicks,Aaron 2003-07 Hicks,Cecil 1987 Hicks,Cecil 1987-88 Hicks,Kevin 1974-75 Hicks,Ronnie 1974-76 Hight,Ed 1982-84 Hildebrandt,Rick 1980 Hilger,Ted 2006 Hill,Jeff 1966-69 Hill,Russ 1970-73 Hill,Ted 1970 Hill,Tyler 2009 Hillman,Darion 2009-10 Hills,Austin 2007-10 Hilstock,Lee 1991-92 Hinkle,Claude 1981-82 Hinman,Aaron 1993 Hinton,Paul 1977-80 Hmielewski,Steve 1979 Hobbs,Farrell 1959-60 Hodison,E. 1951-54 Hodnefield,John 1972-75 Hoefer,Troy 2003 Hoffman,Chad 1995-96 Hoffman,Gary 1978 Hoffman,Tracey 1990-91 Hofstra,L. 1947 Hoke,Eric 1989-91 Holberg,Dave 1960 Holbrook,Howard 1988-89 Holland,Jim 2002-05 Holliday,Brad 1983 Hollins,Michael 2008-10 Hollomon,Scott 1983-86 Holloway,Dan 1988-91 Holmes,Kevin 2010 Holoman,Frank 1957 Holsapple,Scott 1984 Holt,Alan 1967 Holton,Bill 1950 Homolka,Seth 2007-08 Honeyman,Rick 1970 Honn,James 1968-70 Honza,Josh 2000 Hoobler,Sid 1971-72 Hooks,P. 1951-52 Hopson,Cowan 2001 Horn,Brad 1993 Houston,Ron 1971 Howard,Andrew 1993-97 Howard,Bill 1958-60 Howard,Gale 1963 Howard,Jeff 1992-93 Howard,Joe 1994-95 Howard,Steve 1976 Howe,Justin 1995-96 Howlett,Scott 1986 Hoytal,Joey 1995-99 Hoytal,John 2000-05 Hubbel,Travis 2007 Huber,Tom 1963-65 Huelsman,Chris 2001-04 Huenefeld,Cody 2003-06 Huey,Dean 1971 Hughes,Larry 1962 Hughes,Mike 1993 Hull,Sean 1994 Hulsing,Nick 1986 Humbert,Jim 1953 Humphrey,Darryl 2000-03 Humphries,Jack 1946 Hunnacutt,Tracy 1983-84 Hunninghake,Mike 1970-71 Hunt 1947 Hunter,Dweone 1996 Hurla,Brad 1989-90 Hurley,Bob 1969 Hurst,David 1990-91 Hurst,TorĂŠ 2010 Huske,Ryan 1998-01 Huston,Russ 1972-74 Hutchins,Joel 1968-69 Huttenhoff,Jim 1956-57 Hysaw,Vernon 1983-85

Hysten,John 1969 Kasselman,Blake 2007 Katzenmeier,Ron 1962-64 Kavanaugh,Andy 2004-06 I I I I I I Iannerelli,Ron 1970 Kavanaugh,Andy 2004-08 Ibarra,Ray 1975 Keck,Roy 1949-52 Ingenthron,Kyle 2005 Keefe,Kevin 1985-86 1975-78 Ingmire,Mike 1979 Keeley,Mike 1982 Ingram,Pat 1962 Keeth,Richard 1990-92 Ingram,Terry 1986-89 Keir,Brett 1999 Intravartola,Russ 1981 Keller,Layne Irvin,Claude 1952 Kelley,Bryce 2001-04 Ivanisevic,Steve 2009-10 Kelley,Larry 1968 1995 Iverson,Jake 2006-10 Kelly,Carlos 1983 Iverson,Payton 2008-10 Kelly,Dwight Iwig,Tim 1978-79 Kelly,Jayveri 2010 Kelly,Joe 1959 Kelly,Les 1955-59 J J J J J J 1986 Jackson,Anthony 1983 Kelly,Pat 1981 Jackson,Brandon 2005-09 Kemp,Rod Jackson,Cameron 2010 Kendall,Mike 1969 Jackson,Joe 1986 Kendrick,Chester 1969 1982 Jackson,Leonard 1991-92 Kennard,James Jackson,Mark 2001-03 Kenney,Dennis 1967-68 Jackson,Matt 2000 Kent,James 2000 Jackson,Robert 1991 Kepfield 1947 Jacobs,Ben 1999-2000 Kepler,Mark 1972-74 1994-98 Jamison,Kent 1963-64 Kerns,Will Jarcinske,Jack 1990 Ketter,Chris 2006-07 1974 Jarnigan,Rex 1988-89 Kidwell,Dennis Jarocinske,Jack 1990 Kimball,Bob 1961-62 1992 Jarvis,Bill 1973-76 Kime,Chase Jean,Patrick 2010 Kinamaka,J.D. 1986 Jeffery,Nolan 1992-95 Kincaid,Eric 1993-94 Jelovic,John 1980-83 King,Andre 2004-05 Jenkins,M. 1958 King,Charles 1968 1948 Jennings,Bob 1948-51 Kingman,Dick 1956-57 Jensen,Bill 1961 Kingman,Dick 1986-87 Jensen,Dave 1970-71 Kingston,Kyle 1986 Johnson,Bruce 1990 Kinimaka,J.D. 1980 Johnson,Carl 1991 Kinney,Greg 1983 Johnson,Cooper 1971-74 Kinney,William Johnson,Dave 1969 Kippenberger,Mike 1961 Johnson,Erland 1959-60 Kippes,Glenn 1964 Johnson,Floyd 1993 Kirkdoll,B. 1958 Johnson,John 1952-54 Kisselbach,Paul 1964 1984 Johnson,John 1994-98 Kissick,Mark 1982 Johnson,Joshua 2000-01 Kitchen,Steve Johnson,Lathan 1959-60 Kitchener,Mike 2000-02 1957 Johnson,Mark 1988-89 Kjellberg,Earl 1989-90 Johnson,Ryan 2001 Kleschick,Dave Johnson,Steve 1984-85 Klingensmith,Tracy 1960 Johnson,Val 1986 Knaup,Mike 1972 Johnson,Wayman 1979 Knight,Andrew 2007 Johnston,Buddy 1994 Knight,J. 1958 Jones 1950 Knox,Cameron 2006-10 Jones,Antwaun 1996-00 Knox,Devin 2008 Jones,Bob 1962-67 Knutzen,Justin 2004-05 Jones,Cleveland 1955-57 Kobbeman,Matt 2009-10 Jones,Doug 1981 Kobuszewski,Bo 2002 Jones,Gary 1986 Koch,Jeff 1993-96 Jones,Jeremy 1995 Koch,Kaleb 2008-09 Jones,K. 1949 Koehler,Doug 1960 Jones,Ken 1961 Koehn,Matt 2003 1976 Jones,Mike 1988-89 Kolich,Dean Jones,Otis 2009-10 Kolmer,Mark 2010 1980-82 Jones,Raphaelle 2007 Konrade,Willie Jones,Reggie 1999-2001 Koranda,Scot 1988-91 Jones,Robert 1961 Korte,Gregg 1988 Jordan,Ed 1973 Kosmala,Bobby 1995 1995-96 Jordon 1947 Kosmala,Bobby Josefsberg,Bill 1970-71 Kraisinger,Kip 2000-03 Joyce,Mike 1993-94 Krajicek,Michael 2005-09 1973-75 Jukes 1947 Kramer,Hank Junk,Mike 1973 Krass,Ed 1950-51 Kraus,Gary 1974-75 Krause,Jacob 2004 K K K K K K Kabriel,Kyle 2002 Kresic,Nick 1983-86 Kaempfe,Brent 1988 Kruger,Kyle 2004 Kahler,Kerry 1995 Krupeikis,Len 1967 Kangieser,Ken 1957 Kuermaier,Brian 1992-94 Kaniper,Al 1988-91 Kurpeikis,Lenny 1969 Karr,Jim 1971-72 Kuszak,Shawn 2003-04 Karras,Jim 1966 Kasel,Cameron 2007-10 L L L L L L Kasnicka,Bill 1949-51 Labin,Nick 2001


Washburn Football tm

Neff,Steve 1981 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 1975 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

Q Q Q Q Q Q Quinn,M. 1958 Quinones,Eduardo 1983-84

records history WASHBURN TM

R 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 2006-07 Ramsey,Steve 1970-73 Randzio,Anthony 1983 Ratto,Greg 1989 Rauschelback,Jerry 1980 Ray,Blake 2001 Rayford,Lorenza 1986-87 Rebant,Chris 2008-10 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 1999-00 Remboldt,Dan 1982-84 Remboldt,Mark 1981-84 Remias,Ted 1997-2000 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 1986-87 Richardson,J.J. 1999 Rickard,Jeff 2004-07 Rickel,Cleon 1972 Rickel,Dan 1960 Rickel,Virgil 1958-59 Ricketts,Joel 2008 Ridgeway,Ed 1953 Rigby,Scott 1988-91 Rigby,Shawn 1988-89 Rigby,Trey 2009 Rigenberg,Dave 1968 Righter,Jake 2005-08 Ringwood,Bruce 2006-08

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Powers,Drameagon 2005-09 Powers,Fred 1988 Powers,Tim 1996 Powers,Tim 1995-96 Poynter,A.C. 1982-84 Pratt,J. 1947 Prevatt,Jim 1959 Price,John 1979 Price,Kent 1979-80 Prince,Don 1967-69 Pringle,Jim 1973 Prochaska,Dave 1964 Prochazka,Dan 1987-90 Prothe,Eric 1981 Pryor,Brady 1979-80 Ptacek,Ed 1968-70 Ptacek,Michael 1952 Pudliner,Albert 1967 Puetz,Zack 2008-09 Pulliam,John 1980-83 Pusateri,John 1961-62

review

O O O O O O O’Brien,J.T. 1991 O’Connor,Joe 1962 O’Donnell,Larry 1985 O’Donnell,Larry 1985 O’Donnell,Larry 1985 O’Hara,Bymer 1996-98 O’Hara,Bymer 1995-98 O’Leary,Matt 2005 O’Neal,Joe 1991 O’Neal,Joe 1991-93 O’Neal,Kyle 2007 O’Neal,Kyle 2007 O’Neil,James 1977 O’Neil,James 1977 O’Neil,James 1946-47 O’Neill,Andy 1978-80 O’Neill,Andy 1976-80 O’Rear,Ronny 1963 O’Rear,Ronny 1963 O’Sullivan,Pete 1974-76 Oczko,Arthur 1994 Odupitan,Mike 2002-05 Ogle,Bob 1960-61 Ohmes,David 1971-72 Oladapo,Adebayo 2009-10 Oland,David 1986 Olsen,Lincoln 1996 Olsen,Paul 1946 Olson,Tony 1983 Opara,Mark 2004-05 Oroke,Roger 1962 Ortiz,Dana 1984 Ortiz,Tom 1957 Orton,Jim 1969-71 Otting,Eric 1985-88 N N N N N N Otwell,Clayton 2000-03 Nachbar,John 1974 Owen,John 1981 Nall,Jerry 1983-86 Owens,Don 1961 Nally,Zac 1999-2001 Oyler,Gary 1962 Napaver,Matt 1971 Naramore,Nick 2000 P P P P P P Nardella,Marc 1995-99 Padilla,A. 1949-50 Nathan Schmidt 1998 Palace,John 1946-47 Neaderhiser,Tim 1998 Palan-Johnson,Dakota 2008-10 Neal,Aaron 2003-06 Palecki,Scott 1991 Neal,Dave 1971-72 Palenske,Fred 1980-82 Neal,Mychael 2004 Palensky,James 1983 Neelly,Kurt 1988-89 Paquette,Scott 1988 Neely,Matt 2004-05 Parish,Ralph 1952

Parker,Josh 1993-96 Parmet,Mark 1994 Parr,LeRoy 1983 Parsons,Greg 1979 Parsons,Mike 1991 Pascek,Vince 1986,88 Pasley 1947 Patterson,A.J. 2003-05 Patterson,Dick 1957-60 Patterson,Pearl 1957 Pattison,Ty 1995 Pavlis,John 1966-70 Payne,Brett 2006-07 Payne,Tyree 2004 Peacock,Wayne 1991-92 Pearmon,Phillip 1986 Peck,Kevin 1993-95 Peel,Brian 2000-2003 Peer,G. 1958 Pennington 1947 Peoples,Ira 1996-99 Percy,G. 1954-55 Perkins,Jerry 1960-63 Perkins,Johnny 1986-87 Perkins,Scott 1994 Perry,Bill 1961 Perry,Herbert 1975 Perry,Ken 1959-61 Perry,Mike 1978-81 Perry,Tim 1982 Perry,Tyler 2003 Petefish,David 1993 Peterson,Jacob 2010 Peterson,Gary 1958-61 Peterson,Pete 1950 Peterson,Vincent 1976 Pettengill,Michael 1989 Pettey,Gene 1970-72 Pettingil,Mike 1989 Pettway,Charles 1962-63 Peyton,Darrell 1952-57 Peyton,John 1959 Pfannenstiel,Bob 1961-62 Pfannenstiel,Jerry 2002 Pfannenstiel,Marty 2007-10 Phillips,Brian 1985 Phillips,Clay 1986-88 Phillips,J.R. 2001-02 Phipps,Corey 1997-2001 Pickens,Frank 1962-64 Pierce,Derrick 1990 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 Pippins,Quince 1984-85 Pitcher,Camron 1991-92 Pitchford,Jamin 1995 Pitckett,Allen 1976 Pitsch,David 1979-81 Podojil,Brad 1992-94 Podzielny,Steve 1982-85 Poindexter,Ed 1986-87 Poindexter,Ed 1986-87 Poke,John 1972-74 Pokrywka,Steve 1979-81 Polling,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 Porter,Jake 2009 Potter,Kirk 1991-94 Potter,Tony 1987 Potts,Jeremy 1998-01 Pour,Sam 2009-10 Powell,Allan 1980-81 Powell,Rex 1967 Powell,Travis 2000

opponents

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 Miller,Marcus 2002-03 Miller,Maurice 2005 Miller,Tanner 2009-10 Mills,Dale 1958-61 Milner,Dustin 2010 Milner,Marc 1982-85 Minikwu,Taurence 2002-06 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 Moore,Vershon 2008-10 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 1972-75 Morris,Evan 1981 Morris,Terron 1983 Morris,Zachery 1986 Morrison,Lonnie 1962-63 Morrow,Dennis 1961 Morton,Mark 1978-79 Mosby,Travis 2008-10 Mosley,Jamar 2008 Mosley,Ra’Shawn 2004-07 Mouhourtis,Mike 1982 Moyer,Dustin 2003-07 Mueller,Bill 1962 Muiller,Ben 2010 Muir,Ben 2005-08 Mulcahy,Casey 1998-2000 Mulcahy,Conor 2000 Mun,Percy 1962 Munson,Larry 1983 Munson,Russell 2004 Murphy,Dave 1987-88 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 Myrick,Patrick 2008-10 Myricks,Melvin 1965

coaches

M M M M M M Mabon,David 1976 Mack,Pat 2002-05 Macken,Ryan 2009-10 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 Marrs,Brahn 2007 Marshall,Jason 1995-97 Marshall,Kevin 1988-91 Marshall,Matt 1995-96 Marshall,Thomas 1972-73 Martin 1947 Martin,Dominic 2007-08 Martin,Gary 1980-81 Martin,Greg 1968 Martin,James 2004-07 Martin,Jason 1996-97 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 Mau,Marcus 2007-10 Maxwell,Duone 2009 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 McCarter,Scott 1975 McCarth,Dave 1970-72 McCarthy,Bud 1961 McCartney,Mike 1983-85 McCarvel,Rob 1982-83

McClelland 1947 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 1967-71 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 McPherson,Sean 2010 McShane,Chuck 1967-68 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 Mertz,Ryan 2008-10 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 Miller 1947 Miller,Brandon 2008

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Longhofer,Dick 1955-58 Loomis,Bruce 1978-79 Loomis,James 1954-56 Looney,Josh 2002-05 Lopez,Mike 1985 Losey,Dave 1989-90 Louis,Frantz Pierre 2010 Lovejoy,Luke 1987-88 Lovelady,Kyle 1999-00 Lowe,John 1991 Lowe,Terrence 2006-10 Lower,Chuck 1960 Lowrance,Bill 1963 Lowrey,Larry 1989 Luebbers,Kevin 1975 Luedke,Tom 1981-82 Luper,Howard 1984 Luttrell,Don 1955-57 Lutz,Mark 1981-83 Lutz,Tim 1975 Lybarger,Jason 2006 Lyday,Carlos 1975-76 Lydell Flowers 1998 Lyle,John 1961-62

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Lacey,James 1956 Ladner,Robert 1975 Lamb,Josh 2003-04 Lambert,Bryan 1988-90 Lampkins,Tony 1971 Lampson,Chris 1993 Lane,Bruce 1988 Lane,Greg 1990-91 Lane,Rob 1972-73 Lane,Sheldon 1984 Lane,Steve 1959 Lang,Brian 1995-96 Lang,Dan 1971 Langston,Marc 1977 Langworthy,Matt 2009-10 Large,Joe 1987 Larsen,Eric 1968-69 Larsen,Josh 2006 Lasley,John 1979-81 Lathrop,Jim 1969-71 Laughman,Keith 1971 Laughon,Mike 1961-63 Lavan,Jr.,Freddie 2008-09 Lawrence,Dan 1973 Lawrence,Eric 2004-09 Lawrence,Jake 2002-03 Lawson,Dan 1981-82 Lay,Brian 1993-95 Layton,Eric 1977 Lazarus,Denis 1958-60 Lebahn,Jake 2003-07 Lee,Avery 1988 Lee,B. 1949 Lee,Cody 1995 Lee,James 1977-80 Lee,Walter 1957 Leeper,Richard 1972 Lefebure,Kent 1972 Legacy,Warren 1969 Lehman,Cason 2001-05 Leiber,Joe 1959 Leikam,Doug 1977 Leiker,Jeff 1982-83 Leiker,Joseph 2002-04 Leistikow,Henry 1956-57 Lemus,Frank 1987-89 Leonard,Bob 1981 Leonard,Bob 1979-81 Lesniak,Pat 1992 Lesser,Bill 1960 Lesser,Dode 1963-66 Lesser,Mike 1991 Levi,John 1964 Levitt,T. 1949 Lewis,Nick 2004 Lewis,Trey 2003-06 Lewis,Ty 2006-10 Li Volsi,John 1976 Lichter,Andrew 2008-10 Lickhart,Thad 1986 Lindley,James 1960 Lindquist,John 1947-48 Lindsay,Gary 1973 Lindsey,Gary 1961-62 Lindvall,Troy 1996 Link,Blaine 1992 Link,Chester 1990-91 Link,Shawn 1988-89 Litster,Jack 1950 Little,V. 1949 Littlejohn,David 1989 Livingston,Zach 2007-10 Llaverias,Federico 1977 Llaverias,Fred 1976-79 Lloyd,Donnie 1983 Lloyd,Jason 1992-95 Lockard,Art 1951-52 Locke,Darren 1985 Lockett,Tyler 1951-52 LoDolce,Dennis 1981 Loftin,Chris 1988 Logan 1947 Logan,Clarence 1979-81 Lombardo,Mike 1980 Long,Charles 1957


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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 Rodgers,Lenny 1963 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 1984-85 Rogers,W. 1958 Rogge,Jim 1957 Rohr,Darrin 1985-86 Rolfe,Dan 1980 Romano,Mickey 1964-66 Ronan,Bill 1976 Roscetti,Pete 1963-64 Rose,Monte 1969-70 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 1995-97 Ruder,Dave 1988-91 Runte,John 1981-82 Rupert,Dave 1982-83 Rupert,Jim 1946-49 Russell,Joey 2006-07 Russum,Jim 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 Samich,Mark 1976-79 Sample,Dale 1970-71 Sandusky,Tom 1972 Sankavadana,Sakornrat 1974 Santoya,John 2009-10 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 2006-09 Scharnhorst,Todd 1988-90 Schartz,Joe 1993-96 Schartz,Kyle 1975 Schembri,Larry 2000-02 Scherzer,Pat 1962-65 Scherzer,Pat 1962-63,65 Schierbaum,Jake 2008 Schlegel,Tim 1983-84 Schlinbarger,Bo 1965 Schlyer,John 1964 Schmanke,G. 1958 Schmanke,Ken 1984-87 Schmidt,Joseph 2009-10 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 Schoenberg,Greg 2008-10 Schoo,Steve 1980 Schrader,Don 1949 Schroeder,Darin 1997-2000 Schroeder,Nathan 1999 Schroeger,Mike 2001-02 Schuck,Jeremy 2007 Schuckman,Luke 2006-10 Schuerman,Tyler 1999-04 Schuler,Brody 2006-10 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 Scmidt,Nathan 1998 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 2005-09 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 1964-67 Shelinbarger,Leon 1960-63 Shelinbarger,Marv 1970 Shelite,Heath 2005 Shell,Larry 1957 Shelton,Chris 1993 Shepherd,Mike 1984 Shields,Bob 1946-48 Shields,Brett 1981 Shinskia,Naji 2008 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 1979-82 Silver,Jim 1976-79 Simecka,Jay 1990 Simmons,Chris 2000-02 Simoneau,Dane 2007-10 Simpson,Anthony 1992-93 Simpson,Charles 1975 Simpson,Ken 1954-57 Sims,Gary 1974-76 Sims,Roy 2005-06 Sipotz,Mike 1963-66 Sisk,Scott 1994-98 Sissom,Sam 2002-06 Sjostedt,Dana 1970 Slaughter,C.J. 2009-10 Sloan,Jeff 2003-05 Slusser,Troy 1984-88 Small,Keith 1993-94

Small,Mark 1983-85 Smith 1947 Smith,Avery 2001-02 Smith,Bob 1953-54 Smith,Brian 1981-82 Smith,Byron 2008 Smith,Clay 1983-84 Smith,Corey 1991 Smith,Dan 1994-97 Smith,Darold 2000-03 Smith,David 1977 Smith,Erik 1993-94 Smith,Jeremy 1992-93 Smith,Jermaine 2000-01 Smith,Neal 1995-96 Smith,Nick 2000-02 Smith,Ralph 1961-62 Smith,Ralph 1972 Smith,Ray 1969-71 Smith,Rick 1974-75 Smith,Rod 1982 Smith,Sharpe 1950 Smith,Stuart 1981-82 Smith,Travis 1996-98 Smith,Travis 2000-01 Smith,Troy 1994 Smith,Tyler 2010 Smith,Wally 1952 Smith,Wesley 1971 Snedegar,Mike 1969-70 Snedegar,Rick 1970 Snider,Paul 1993-94 Snodgrass,Wendell 1993-94 Snyder,C. 1949 Snyder,Cody 1998-01 Snyder,Trent 2009-10 Soetaert,Richard 1970 Sonte,Monte 1975 Soucy,Bob 1953-54 Southard,Dave 1966 Spear,Dan 1970-74 Spellerberg,Bill 1969 Spence,Jim 1990 Spies,Wade 1995 Spiker,Kerry 1974-75 Sprouse,Chuck 1979-80 Stackpole,Mike 1997-98 Stadler,Jerry 1959 Stadler,Rick 1979 Stalker,Norman 1956-58 Stambaugh,Don 1953-54 Stanchfield,Colby 1995 Standiferd,Lin 1970 Stanfield,Jim 1994 Stanhope,Bill 1966-67 Stanhope,Jason 2000 Stanhope,Jason 2000 Stanley,Trent 2006-07 Stansbury,Bill 1954-57 Stansbury,Cliff 1951-54 Starbuck,Clifford 1956 Starbuck,Larry 1958-61 Starbuck,Mike 1961 Starbuck,Scott 1987 Starbuck,Scott 1984-86 Stark,Kevin 1979-80 Startton,Mark 1980 Stattelman,A.J. 1995-96 Stauffer,John 1972-73 Stedman,Troy 1986-87 Steele,C. 1951 Steen,George 1972-75 Stegman,Steve 1993-94 Stein,Gerald 1952 Steinbock,Jay 1981 Steinle,Brad 1982 Steinle,Brad 1982-83 Steinmeyer,D. 1949 Stenzel,Greg 1988-89 Stepps,Trent 2006-07 Stevens 1947 Stewart,Don 1969 Stewart,Kris 1998-99 Stice,Greg 1967-68 Stindt,Bruce 1984-86

Stokes,Zuri 1993-96 Stone,Eugene 1983 Stone,Monte 1974 Stones,Brent 1996-97 Stous,Kevin 1986 Stous,Roger 1982-83 Stove,Roger 1982 Strand,Brian 2004-07 Stratton,Marc 1980-81 Strimple,Clyde 1947-50 Stringer,Joe 1982-84 Strommen,Pal 1987 Stroud,Don 1951-54 Stroud,Keith 1981 Stroud,Keith 1981 Stuart,Jime 1977 Stubblefield,Mike 1999-2000 Stuckey,Calvin 2003-05 Stuke,Jim 1964-67 Su’e,Rudy 2004-05 Suggs,Ron 1986-87 Sullivan,Tom 1967 Summers,Jeff 1990 Summerville,Steve 1979 Suther,Skyler 2010 Sutherland,Kent 1964 Sutter,John 1965 Svoboda,Nick 2004 Swafford,Don 1976 Swanson,Rodger 1990-91 Swart,Jeff 1971 Swartz,Norman 1956 Swietek,Tim 1980-84 Swingle,Brien 1993 Swirles,Chris 1995-97 Swisher 1947 Swyden,Forrest 1980-81 Symington,Chirs 1983

Tidwell,Edgar 1964 Tiesing,Rodger 1963-66 Tillman,Harold 1986-87 Tilton,Rich 1969 Tinklin,Cory 2002 Toby,Adam 2000-03 Todd,Chad 1997-00 Todd,Joey 2000 Toelkes,Mike 1962 Toews,Shane 1994 Tomassi,David 1999-01 Tomassi,Jason 1999 Tomlinson,Bruce 1971-72 Tompkins,Bob 1971-72 Torrez,Josh 2006-10 Torrez,Justin 2007 Tossie,Sam 2005-06 Towner,Galen 1969-70 Toy,Paul 1983 Travis,Stanley 2009-10 Trice,Ray 2006-08 Trice,Robert 1992 Trice,Russel 1985 Trimble,Tony 1989 Trumpp,Bryce 2005-06 Tsaffaras,Andy 1984-86 Tubbs,C. 1949 Tucker,Rick 1981 Tucker,Terry 1956 Turek,Danny 1991-92 Turner,Brice 2009 Turner,Jack 1970 Turner,Larry 1983-85 Twombley,Adrian 1993 Tyler,Jesse 1989-90 Tyree,Brian 2003

U U U U U U Ulmer,Joe 2009-10 Ulsh,Ray 1949-50 T T T T T T Tacca,Steve 1983-85 Underwood,Martel 2007-08 Talley,Henry 2002-07 Underwood,Terry 1972 Tangye,Chris 1995-1999 Ure,Larry 1970 Tarwater,Kyler 1986 Tate,John 1976 V V V V V V 1984-85 Tatum,Eric 2000-02 Vacek,Ed Tauscher,Doug 1980 Vail,Glenn 1970 1983 Taylor,Bret 2001-02 Valburg,Tony Taylor,Chad 2003-04 Valcour,Doug 1970 1971-74 Taylor,Chuck 1967 Van Allen,Peter 1969-71 Taylor,Clarence 1974-77 Van Riper,Lee Taylor,Eric 2000-03 Van Sickle,Mike 1982-86 Taylor,George 1988 VanAllan,Pete 1972 1983 Taylor,Jahmil 2007-10 Vandiver,David 2005, 2009-10 Taylor,Jeff 1981-82 Vann,Ben Taylor,Preston 1997-2000 VanSickle,Mike 1982-86 Taylor,Thadd 2006-08 Vasquez,Vinnie 2008 Teddy,Jason 1994-95 Vaughn,Jason 1981 1981 Templar,Joe 1949 Vaughn,Marcus 1974 Tenbrink,Todd 1994-97 Verser,Robin 1983 Terhune,Andy 2002 Vigliante,Chuck Terrell,Fletcher 2003-06 Vistine,Ian 2006-10 Terrell,Steven 2001 Voelker,Rodney 1964 Terry,Doug 1988 Voelker,Ted 1971 Tetuan,Jarod 2003-07 Voights,Jim 1959-60 Thatch,Alex 1983 Voorhees,Gary 1987 Theil,Wally 1964 Votypka,Will 1991 Theis,Ron 1965 Thogmartin,Russ 1979-82 W W W W W W Thomas,Billie 1970 Wabby,Jim 1964 Thomas,Chris 1990-91 Wade,Darren 1988 Thomas,Erik 2006-07 Wagenknecht,Scott 1991 Thomas,Fred 1974-76 Waggamann,Pat 1963-64 Thomas,Toby 1994 Wagner,Dan 1974-77 Thomas,Tyler 2000 Wagner,Richard 1975 Thompson,Craig 1981 Wagner,Steve 1969-71 Thompson,Justin 2002-03 Wahl,Bill 1973 Thompson,Ted 1952 Waldo,Bill 1964 Thompson,Theo 1973 Walker,Aaron 1984-86 Thorne,Mark 1975 Walker,Aaron 1983-86 Thornhill,James 1990-93 Walker,Brandon 2004-08 Thurber,Graham 2008-10 Walker,Corey 2007-10 Thursby,Ben 2001-04 Walker,Danny 2003-04 Tialdo,Ron 1966 Walker,James 1985 Tice 1947 Walker,Shawn 1995

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Walker,Wayne 1971-74 Wall,Dick 1967-68 Wallace,Bob 1964-65 Wallace,Bob 1965 Wallerstedt,Jim 1962 Wallick,Bill 1952 Walsh,Bill 1971 Walstrom,Jeff 1997-98 Walters,Jason 2000 Waltz,John 1973 Wandix,Dashiell 1986-89 Wapp,Mike 1972 Ware,Kashmon 2009 Warner,Tom 1951-52 Warren 1947 Warren,Donald 1982 Warren,Israel 1986 Warren,Robert 1972-75 Warrick,Wes 1980-82 Washington,Brandon 1991 Watkins,Zach 2005-09 Watson 1947 Watts,Tim 2000-03 Webber,Grant 1993-96 Weber,Ben 2000 Weddle,Mark 1994 Weeks,Scott 1979 Weigel,Steve 1968-69 Weinbrecht,Mike 1963-66 Weinkoetz,Eric 1988 Weir,Allan 1992 Weisert,Don 1994 Weissbeck,Jim 1978-80 Weissbeck,Rick 1979-80 Weixelman,Paul 1975 Welch,Mike 1983-86 Welcher,Robert 1956 Wellman,Jack 1964-66 Wells,Joe 1990-92 Wells,Russ 1994 Wenstrand,Eldon 1983-84 Werner,Bob 1976 Wert,Chuck 1969 West,Bob 1949-50 West,Dan 1965-68 Western,Jim 1976 Westgate,Mike 1969-72 Wheat,Todd 1992 Wheeler,Derrick 1999 Wheeler,Kevin 1995-99 Whiffen,John 1957 Whitbeck,Bob 1970 White,Charles 1964-66 White,D. 1951 White,George 1978 White,Lincoln 2005-07 White,Ryan 1991 White,Sam 1977 Whited,Greg 1981 Whitehead,D. 1951 Whiteman,Keith 1961 Whiting,William 1983 Whitt,Rick 1967-68 Whittington,Law 2000 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 Wiggins,Eddrick 2009 Wilcots,Craig 1987 Wilcox,Winfield 1946 Wiley,Bill 1983-84 Wiley,Dan 1984 Wiley,Doug 1983 Wilhoite,Michael 2005-10 Wilkinson,D. 1954 Williams,Bill 1976 Williams,Billy 1994 Williams,Cary 2005-07 Williams,Chuck 1990-91 Williams,Clarence 1997-00

Williams,Curtis 1986 Williams,Daina 1993 Williams,Dick 1952-53 Williams,Earl 1986 Williams,Forrest 2002-04 Williams,George 1983 Williams,Ian 2007-10 Williams,Jr.,Charles 1956 Williams,Kevin 1985-86 Williams,Les 1986-90 Williams,R. 1949 Williams,Tom 1970-72 Williams,Willie 2009-10 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 Witherspoon,Yul 1987 Wittman,Gavin 1983 Wofford,Beau 2006 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 Woolridge,Larry 1963 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,Gage 1992 Young,Gage 1992 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


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“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.

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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 three 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 and the MIAA Championship in 2005.

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Michael Wilhoite Topeka, Kan. 2010 Defensive MVP

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Game Off. Skill Def. Skill Special Teams Off. Line Def. Line Work Team Off. Work Team Def. Big Hit at CSM Vershon Moore, RB Michael Wilhoite, LB Steve Ivanisevic, PK Ty Lewis, C Ian Williams, DT Mark Fancher, WR Jayveri Kelly, DT Jahmil Taylor, LB Joe Hastings, WR Greg Schoenberg, LB Justin Cooper, RB ACU Joe Hastings, WR Marty Pfannenstiel, LB Austin Hills, P Cameron Knox, TE Cameron Jackson, DE Randy Mack, LB Darrell Jobe, RB Justin Cooper, RB Patrick Jean, DB Patrick Myrick, FS MWSU Vershon Moore, RB Patrick Myrick, FS Brad Haug, FB Ty Lewis, C Dakota Palan-Johnson, DE Stanley Travis, OL Jermon Watson, LB Jahmil Taylor, LB Ronnell Garner, WR Brad Haug, FB Austin Hills, P at UCM Joe Hastings, WR Marty Pfannenstiel, LB Steve Ivanisevic, PK Cameron Knox, TE Zach Faldorf, DT Alex Gilmer, QB Mark Kolmer, LB Jahmil Taylor, LB Joe Ulmer, DE Dane Simoneau, QB at FHSU Brad Haug, FB Pierre Desir, DB Brad Haug, FB Brian Folkerts, OT Joe Ulmer, DE Sean McPherson, RB Bryan Dale, DE Peyton Iverson, LB Luke Schuckman, LB Jahmil Taylor, LB Andrew Lichter, FB UNO Dane Simoneau, QB Jared Brawner, LB Steve Ivanisevic, PK Brian Folkerts, OT Dakota Palan-Johnson, DE Mark Fancher, WR Adebayo Oladapo, DE Jared Brawner, LB Joe Hastings, WR Trent Synder, LS Jahmil Taylor, LB at PSU Justin Cooper, RB Michael Wilhoite, LB Greg Schoenberg, FB Brian Folkerts, OT Dakota Palan-Johnson, DE Matt Lanworthy, OL Ben Muiller, LB Brian Folkerts, OT Steve Ivanisevic, PK Ben Vann, DB Trent Synder, LS NWMSU DeJuan Beard, WR Marty Pfannenstiel, LB Steve Ivanisevic, PK Ian Vistine, OG Dakota Palan-Johnson, DE Matt Kobbeman, WR Lee Edwards, DB Ian Vistine, OG Pierre Desir, DB Greg Schoenberg, FB at TSU Dane Simoneau, QB Jahmil Taylor, LB DeJuan Beard, WR Brian Folkerts, OT Dakota Palan-Johnson, DE Stanley Travis, OL Luke Olsen, LB Zach Livington, LB Brody Schuler, WR Korie Henry, DE Brian Folkerts, OT ESU Brad Haug, FB Ben Vann, DB Austin Hills, P Ian Vistine, OG Korie Henry, DE Tyrell Brown, QB Randy Mack, LB Brody Schuler, WR Steve Ivanisevic, PK Marty Pfannenstiel, LB DeJuan Beard, WR Ty Lewis, OC at MSSU Dane Simoneau, QB Jahmil Taylor, LB Steve Ivanisevic, PK Otis Jones, OT Korie Henry, DE Matt Langworthy, OL Jacob Peterson, LB Jahmil Taylor, LB DeJuan Beard, WR Brad Haug, FB vs MSU Joe Hastings, WR Marty Pfannenstiel, LB Steve Ivanisevic, PK Brian Folkerts, OT Dakota Palan-Johnson, DE Austin Hills, P

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2009 1. Northwest Missouri St. (25) 14-1 2. Grand Valley St. (Mich.) 13-2 3. Central Washington 12-1 4. Carson-Newman (Tenn.) 11-3 5. Minnesota-Duluth 11-2 6. North Alabama 11-2 7. California (Pa.) 11-4 8. Nebraska-Kearney 11-2 9. West Liberty (W.Va.) 11-2 10. Tarleton St. (Texas) 10-3 11. Hillsdale (Mich.) 10-3 12. Minnesota St.-Mankato 10-2 13. Abilene Christian (Texas) 9-4 14. Midwestern St. (Texas) 9-3 15. Shippensburg (Pa.) 9-3 16. Texas A&M-Kingsville 9-3 17. Tuskegee (Ala.) 10-2 18. Arkansas Tech 9-3 19. Saginaw Valley St. (Mich.) 9-3 20. North Carolina-Pembroke 9-2 21. West Alabama 8-5 22. Albany St. (Ga.) 8-3 23. Charleston (W.Va.) 9-2 2007 9-4 1. Valdosta St. (Ga.) (28) 13-1 24. Edinboro (Pa.) 8-3 2. Northwest Missouri St. 12-2 ➤25. Washburn (Kan.) 3. Grand Valley St. (Mich.) 12-1 4. California (Pa.) 13-1 2010 5. Chadron St. (Neb.) 12-1 1. Minnesota-Duluth (26) 15-0 6. North Alabama 10-2 2. Delta St. (Miss.) 11-4 7. Nebraska-Omaha 10-1 3. Northwest Missouri St. 12-2 8. West Texas A&M 12-1 4. Albany St. (Ga.) 11-1 9. North Dakota 10-2 5. Central Missouri 11-3 10. Delta St. (Miss.) 10-2 6. Augustana (S.D.) 11-2 11. Central Washington 10-3 7. Shepherd (W.Va.) 12-2 12. Catawba (N.C.) 11-2 8. Abilene Christian (Texas) 11-1 13. Shepherd (W.Va.) 10-2 9. Texas A&M-Kingsville 10-2 14. Carson-Newman (Tenn.) 10-1 10. Grand Valley St. (Mich.) 11-2 15. Abilene Christian (Texas) 10-3 11. Mercyhurst (Pa.) 10-3 16. Tuskegee (Ala.) 12-0 12. St. Cloud State (Minn.) 10-3 17. West Chester (Pa.) 9-3 13. Kutztown (Pa.) 10-2 18. Indiana (Pa.) 9-3 14. California (Pa.) 10-2 19. Mesa St. (Colo.) 10-2 15. Bloomsburg (Pa.) 10-3 20. Newberry (S.C.) 9-2 16. Hillsdale (Mich.) 9-3 21. Tarleton St. (Texas) 9-2 17. Valdosta St. (Ga.) 8-3 22. Ashland (Ohio) 8-2 18. West Texas A&M 8-4 23. Winona St. (Minn.) 10-2 19. Colorado School of Mines 9-3 ➤24.Washburn (Kan.) 8-4 20. Wingate (N.C.) 9-3 25. Midwestern St. (Texas) 8-3 21. Wayne St. (Mich.) 9-2 22. North Alabama 9-4 23. Nebraska-Kearney 9-2 2008 8-4 1. Minnesota-Duluth (26) 15-0 24. Missouri Western St. 8-2 2. Northwest Missouri St. 13-2 25. Michigan Tech 3. North Alabama 12-2 4. Grand Valley St. (Mich.) 11-1 5. Abilene Christian (Texas) 11-1

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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

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

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

6. California (Pa.) 12-2 7. Delta St. (Miss.) 10-2 8. Pittsburg St. (Kan.) 11-2 9. Chadron St. (Neb.) 11-2 10. West Texas A&M 11-2 11. Bloomsburg (Pa.) 11-2 12. Valdosta St. (Ga.) 9-3 13. Central Washington 10-2 14. Tuskegee (Ala.) 10-1 15. Ashland (Ohio) 9-4 16. Tusculum (Tenn.) 9-4 17. West Chester (Pa.) 9-4 18. Carson-Newman (Tenn.) 7-4 19. Wayne St. (Neb.) 9-3 20. Edinboro (Pa.) 9-2 21. Indiana (Pa.) 8-2 22. Nebraska-Omaha 7-4 23. Minnesota St.-Mankato 9-3 24. Seton Hill (Pa.) 10-3 25. American International 9-2

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14-1 12-1 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

2003 1. Grand Valley St. (26) 14-1 2. North Dakota 12-2 3. Texas A&M-Kingsville 11-2 4. Saginaw Valley St. 12-1 5. North Alabama 13-1 6. Carson-Newman (Tenn.) 11-2 7. Valdosta St. (Ga.) 10-2 8. Winona St. (Minn.) 11-2 9. Indiana (Pa.) 10-1 10. Pittsburg St. (Kan.) 9-3 11. Southern Arkansas 9-3 12. Catawba (N.C.) 9-2 13. Central Oklahoma 9-3 14. Mesa St. (Colo.) 10-2 15. Emporia St. (Kan.) 9-3 16. Delta St. (Miss.) 9-2 17. Central Missouri St. 9-2 18. Edinboro (Pa.) 9-3 19. Tusculum (Tenn.) 9-2 20. Tarleton St. (Texas) 8-4 21. Bentley (Mass.) 10-1 22. North Dakota State 8-3 23. Chadron state (Neb.) 8-2 24. Nebraska-Omaha 8-3 25. Northwest Missouri St. 8-3

9. Albany St. (Ga.) 8-2 10. Presbyterian (S.C.) 10-2 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

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2001 1. North Dakota (28) 2. Grand Valley St. 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

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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

12. Nebraska-Kearney 13. Saginaw Valley St. 14. Tuskegee (Ala.) 15. Catawba (N.C.) 16. Fayetteville St. (N.C.) 17. C.W. Post (N.Y.) 18. St. Cloud St. (Minn.) 19. Tarleton St. (Texas) 20. Chadron St. (Neb.) 21. Pittsburg St. (Kan.) 22. Bloomsburg (Pa.) 23. Bentley (Mass.) 24. East Stroudsburg (Pa.) 25. Findlay (Ohio)

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11. Cal State-Sacramento 1996 12. Indiana, Pa. 1. Texas A&M-Kingsville 7-2 13. North Dakota 2. Northwest Missouri St. 10-0 14. Texas A&M-Commerce 3. Ferris St. 9-1 15. Edinboro T4. Nebraska-Omaha 9-1 16. North Alabama T4 Valdosta St. 9-1 Truman State 6. Carson-Newman 9-1 18. East Stroudsburg 7. Pittsburg St. 7-2 19. Portland State 8. Clarion 8-2 20. Valdosta State 9. Central Oklahoma 7-2 Savannah State 10. Indiana (Pa.) 7-2 11. Chadron St. 9-1 1993 12. West Georgia 8-2 1. North Alabama 13. Bloomsburg 9-1 2. New Haven 14. Albany St. 8-2 3. Hampton 15. Northern Colorado 7-3 4. Indiana (PA) 16. Angelo St. 6-3 5. Portland State 17. UC Davis 5-4 6. Missouri Southern State 18. Catawba 8-2 7. California-Davis 19. North Dakota 6-3 8. Albany State 20. Saginaw Valley St. 7-2 9. North Dakota 10. Ferris State 1990 1997 1. North Dakota State 11. Angelo State 1. Carson-Newman 9-0 2. Mississippi College 12. Mankato State 2. New Haven 9-1 3. Pittsburg State 13. Wayne State 3. Angelo St. 9-0 14. Carson-Newman 4. Indiana (PA) 4. Northwest Missouri St. 10-0 5. Virginia Union 15. Ashland 5. Texas A&M-Kingsville 8-1 6. Grand Valley State 16. Millersville 6. Albany St. 9-0 7. East Texas State 17. Pittsburg State 7. North Dakota 8-1 8. Cal Poly 18. Virginia State 8. Slippery Rock 9-1 19. Texas A&M-Kingsville 9. NE Missouri State 9. Pittsburg St. 8-1 20. Edinboro 10. Jacksonville State 10. Western St. 8-2 North Dakota State 11. Edinboro 11. Southern Arkansas 8-0 North Dakota 12. Northern Colorado 8-2 1994 13. Cal State-Northridge 13. Ashland 9-1 1. North Alabama 14. North Alabama 14. Tuskegee 8-2 2. Texas A&M-Kingsville 15. UC Davis 15. North Alabama 6-4 3. Pittsburg State 16. West Georgia 16. Sonoma State 7-2 4. Portland State 17. Glenville St. 17. American International 8-2 5. Ferris State 18. New Mexico Highlands 7-3 18. Wofford 6. Valdosta State 19. Nebraska-Omaha 19. New Haven 8-2 7. New Haven 20. Saginaw Valley St. 20. Ashland 8-2 8. NE Missouri State Northern Colorado Indiana (PA) 1998 10. West Georgia 1991 1. Central Oklahoma 2. Northwest Missouri State 1. Indiana (PA) 11. Albany State 3. Carson-Newman 2. Jacksonville State 12. North Dakota 4. UC-Davis 3. Pittsburg State 13. Angelo State 5. Slippery Rock 4. Northern Colorado 14. Western State 15. North Dakota State 6. Northern Colorado 5. Butler 7. North Dakota 6. Texas A&I 16. Carson-Newman 8. Indiana, Pa. 7. North Dakota State 17. Edinboro 9. Albany State 8. Portland State 18. Grand Valley State 10. Emporia State 9. Grand Valley State 19. South Dakota State 20. Central Oklahoma 11. Texas A&M-Kingsville 10. Virginia Union 12. Fort Valley State 11. Mississippi College 1995 13. Shepherd 12. Winston-Salem State 1. North Alabama 14. Grand Valley State 13. Mankato State 2. Texas A&M-Kingsville 15. West Texas A&M 14. Shippensburg 3. Ferris State 16. Nebraska-Omaha 15. Ashland 4. Pittsburg State 17. Delta State 16. Morehouse 5. New Haven 18. West Georgia 17. North Dakota 6. Carson-Newman 19. Chadron State 18. East Stroudsburg 7. North Dakota 20. Winona State 19. Texas A&M-Commerce 20. Wofford 8. Edinboro 9. Portland State 1999 10. Virginia State 1. Carson-Newman 1992 2. Slippery Rock 1. Pittsburg State 11. Texas A&M-Commerce 3. Northern Colorado 2. North Dakota State 12. Albany State 4. Northwest Missouri State 3. Jacksonville State 13. North Dakota State 5. UC Davis 4. Texas A&I 14. Millersville 6. Fort Valley State 5. New Haven 15. Angelo State 7. Pittsburg State 6. Hampton 16. Northern Colorado 17. West Georgia 8. Southern Arkansas 7. California-Davis 9. North Dakota West Chester 18. Fort Hays State 10. Northwood Western State 19. Indiana, Pa. 20. Missouri Western 11. Western Washington 10. Fort Valley State

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 11. Augustana 12. Mississippi College New Haven 14. Portland State 15. Santa Clara 16. California-Davis 17. North Dakota State 18. Northwest Missouri St. 19. American International 20. Butler

Washburn in the AFCA National Poll under Craig Schurig Times ranked No. 1 0 Most weeks at No. 1 0 Most consecutive weeks at No. 1 0 Last No. 1 ranking n/a Last week ranked 15th-9/13/10 Highest Preseason Rankings 10 (8/9/10)

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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 -- (8/20) -- (9/3) -- (9/10) -- (9/17) -- (9/24) -- (10/1) -- (10/8) -- (10/15) -- (10/22) -- (10/29) -- (11/5) 2003 -- -- (9/2) -- (9/9) RV (9/16) -- (9/23) -- (9/30) -- (10/7) -- (10/13) -- (10/21) -- (10/28) -- (11/4) 2004 -- (8/24) -- (8/31) -- (9/7) -- (9/14) -- (9/21) -- (9/28) -- (10/5) -- (10/12) -- (10/19) -- (10/26) -- (11/2) 2005 -- (8/23) -- (8/30) RV (9/6) 24 (9/13) 24 (9/20) RV (9/27) 25 (10/4) 13 (10/11) 10 (10/18) 6 (10/25) 5 (11/1) 2006 17 (8/23) 17 (8/31) T15 (9/5) 25 (9/12) 22 (9/19) 20 (9/26) 19 (10/3) RV (10/10) RV (10/17) -- (10/24) -- (10/31) 2007 25 (8/21) RV (8/28) RV (9/4) RV (9/11) RV (9/18) -- (9/25) -- (10/2) RV (10/9) RV (10/16) RV (10/23) RV (10/30) 2008 RV (8/12) 22 (9/2) 18 (9/9) 25 (9/16) RV (9/23) -- (9/30) -- (10/7) -- (10/14) -- (10/21) RV (10/28) -- (11/4) 2009 RV (8/17) RV (8/31) RV (9/7) 22 (9/14) RV (9/21) 17 (9/28) 12 (10/5) 20 (10/12) 16 (10/19) RV (10/26) RV (11/2) 2010 10 (8/9) 9 (8/30) 15 (9/6) 15 (9/13) RV (9/20) RV (9/27) RV (10/4) RV (10/11) RV (10/18) RV (10/25) RV (11/1)

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Number of times in the ranking 24 Number of times in the Top 10 3 Highest ranking 5 (11/1/05) Highest final ranking 13 (2005) Most consecutive times receiving votes in rankings 15 Most consecutive times in the top 10 2


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Year 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965

WU Coach Record PCT Unknown 1-4-0 .200 Unknown 0-2-0 .000 Unknown 1-0-0 1.000 W.M. Gains 3-1-0 .750 No Record of Games Played W. Griffith 6-1-1 .813 Paul Coldren 7-1-0 .875 Paul Coldren 4-0-1 .900 William Medford 2-5-2 .333 Ben Owen 6-2-0 .750 Lawrence Banks 3-2-3 .563 H. Ward Page 3-4-0 .429 A.R. Kennedy 7-0-1 .938 John Outland 7-2-0 .778 John Outland 7-3-0 .700 Garfield Weede 8-1-3 .792 Garfield Weede 8-0-0 1.000 Garfield Weede 4-5-1 .444 Robert Stewart 4-4-0 .500 Robert Stewart 4-4-0 .500 William Lloyd Driver 3-5-1 .389 William Lloyd Driver 5-3-0 .625 Glen Gray 3-3-2 .500 Glen Gray 5-3-0 .625 Glen Gray 2-5-1 .313 A.R. Kennedy 3-6-0 .333 A.R. Kennedy 2-6-2 .300 Ernest Bearg 4-1-0 .800 Ernest Bearg 7-1-1 .833 Dwight Ream 5-2-3 .650 Dwight Ream 3-5-1 .389 G.D. Vosburg 1-7-0 .125 George Woodward 0-8-2 .100 George Woodward 2-7-0 .222 George Woodward 2-4-1 .357 George Woodward 3-4-1 .438 Roy Wynne 1-7-0 .125 Roy Wynne 2-7-0 .222 Ernest Bearg 5-6-0 .455 Ernest Bearg 7-2-0 .778 Ernest Bearg 7-3-0 .700 Ernest Bearg 6-3-1 .650 Ernest Bearg 4-6-1 .409 Ernest Bearg 2-5-1 .313 Ernest Bearg 4-6-0 .400 Elmer Holm 2-6-1 .278 Elmer Holm 0-10-0 .000 Elmer Holm 6-3-0 .667 Elmer Holm 6-4-0 .600 Elmer Holm 4-6-0 .400 Elmer Holm 5-2-2 .667 Bob Raugh 1-6-0 .143 Bob Raugh 2-4-2 .375 Dee Errikson 1-6-0 .143 Lew Lane 3-1-0 .750 Dick Godlove 6-2-1 .722 Dick Godlove 7-1-0 .875 Dick Godlove 3-5-1 .389 Dick Godlove 7-2-0 .778 Dick Godlove 3-4-1 .438 Dick Godlove 6-3-0 .667 Dick Godlove 4-5-0 .444 Dick Godlove 7-1-0 .875 Dick Godlove 6-2-0 .750 Dick Godlove 6-2-1 .722 Dick Godlove 3-6-0 .333 Dick Godlove 5-4-0 .556 Dick Godlove 4-5-0 .444 Ralph Brown 3-6-0 .333 Ralph Brown 3-6-0 .333 Ralph Brown 3-6-0 .333 Ellis Rainsberger 4-5-0 .444 Ellis Rainsberger 5-4-0 .556 Ellis Rainsberger 8-1-0 .889 Ed Linta 2-6-1 .278

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• • • • • Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Kansas Conference Central Conference Central Conference Central Conference Central Conference Central Conference Central Conference Central Conference Missouri Valley (MVC) MVC MVC MVC MVC MVC Central Intercollegiate CIC CIC CIC CIC CIC CIC CIC CIC CIC CIC CIC CIC CIC CIC CIC CIC CIC CIC CIC CIC CIC CIC CIC CIC

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WU PTS OPP PTS 46 146 0 80 18 0 76 30 126 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 90 120 115 125 179 182 88

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 53 217


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.611 .602 .532 .578 .364 .430 .733 .630 .737 .500

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Victories

1. Dick Godlove (1946-58) 67-42-4 2. Craig Schurig (2002-pr) 62-41-0 3. Larry Elliott (1974-78; 1984*-89) 58-51-1 4. Ernest Bearg (1918-19; 1929-35) 46-33-4 5. Tony DeMeo (1994-2001) 31-54-0 6. Elmer Holm (1936-41) 23-31-3 7. Garfield Weede (1906-08) 20-6-4 8. Ellis Rainsberger (1962-64) 17-10-0 9. John Outland (1904-05) 14-5-0 10. A.R. Kennedy (1903; 1916-17) 12-12-2 (minimum of 18 games) *Elliott coached five games in 1984

.737 .733 .630 .611 .602 .578 .550 .532 .526 .521

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1. John Outland (1904-05) 14-5-0 2. Garfield Weede (1906-08) 20-6-4 3. Ellis Rainsberger (1962-64) 17-10-0 4. Dick Godlove (1946-58) 67-42-4 5. Craig Schurig (2002-pr) 62-41-0 6. Ernest Bearg (1918-19; 1929-35) 46-33-4 7. Harold Elliott (1969-70) 10-8-2 8. Larry Elliott (1974-78; 1984*-89) 58-51-1 9. Dwight Ream (1920-21) 8-7-4 10.Glen Gray (1913-15) 11-10-3 (minimum of 18 games) *Elliott coached five games in 1984

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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) 62-41

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Washburn 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

CONFERENCE CHAMPION WU PTS OPP PTS CIC Pittsburg State 87 164 CIC Nebraska-Omaha 53 302 CIC Nebraska-Omaha 81 241 Rocky Mountain Northern Colorado 169 234 RMAC Pittsburg State 186 161 RMAC Northern Colorado 176 151 Great Plains Emporia State 166 182 GPAC ESU./N. Colorado GPAC Northern Colorado 214 162 GPAC Northern Colorado 227 152 Central States Nebraska-Kearney 200 210 CSIC Nebraska-Kearney 268 229 CSIC Nebraska-Kearney 208 222 CSIC Nebraska-Kearney/PSU 163 193 CSIC Nebraska-Kearney 166 321 CSIC Pittsburg State 92 215 CSIC Nebraska-Kearney/PSU 96 248 CSIC WASHBURN 226 132 CSIC Nebraska-Kearney 134 333 CSIC Pittsburg State 198 266 CSIC Pittsburg State 279 218 CSIC Pittsburg State 253 233 CSIC Pittsburg State 291 233 Missouri Intercoll. Pittsburg State 132 240 MIAA Pittsburg State 112 214 MIAA Pittsburg State 94 304 Mid-America Intercoll. Pittsburg State 177 341 MIAA Missouri Southern 171 414 MIAA Pittsburg State 200 390 MIAA Pittsburg State 231 232 MIAA PSU/Northwest Missouri 234 241 MIAA Northwest Missouri 207 263 MIAA Northwest Missouri 255 347 MIAA Northwest Missouri 283 280 MIAA Northwest Missouri 347 309 MIAA Pittsburg State 263 400 MIAA Northwest Missouri 279 372 MIAA NW/MW/CM/ES/PS 284 308 MIAA Pittsburg State 407 368 MIAA WASHBURN 430 329 MIAA Northwest Missouri 275 180 MIAA Northwest Missouri 390 289 MIAA Northwest Missouri 244 236 MIAA Northwest Missouri 449 236 MIAA Northwest Missouri 446 317

opponents

PCT .250 (4th) .000 (5th) .250 (4th) .500 • • • • .625 (3rd) .400 (T4th) .667 (4th) .643 (T3rd) .400 (T7th) .286 (T7th) .143 (T7th) .429 (T4th) .143 (6th) .857 (1st) .286 (T6th) .286 (7th) .714 (T2nd) .714 (2nd) .714 (T2nd) .300 (9th) .450 (T5th) .111 (10th) .222 (8th) .000 (10th) .222 (8th) .333 (T7th) .450 (7th) .222 (8th) .333 (T6th) .444 (T5th) .333 (6th) .222 (9th) .333 (7th) .333 (7th) .667 (3rd) .875 (1st) .667 (4th) .778 (2nd) .444 (6th) .667(T2nd) .667 (T3rd)

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CONF 1-3-0 0-4-0 1-3-0 3-3-0 • • • • 3-2-0 2-3-0 4-2-0 4-2-1 4-6-0 2-5-0 1-6-0 3-4-0 1-6-0 6-1-0 2-5-0 2-5-0 5-2-0 5-2-0 5-2-0 3-7-0 4-5-0 1-8-0 2-7-0 0-9-0 2-7-0 3-6-0 4-5 2-7 3-6 4-5 3-6 2-7 3-6 3-6 6-3 7-1 6-3 7-2 4-5 6-3 6-3

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PCT .222 .000 .222 .500 .625 .500 .400 .350 .725 .500 .600 .650 .400 .400 .200 .300 .100 .800 .200 .364 .727 .545 .636 .300 .400 .091 .200 .000 .200 .400 .400 .273 .364 .545 .454 .272 .272 .454 .667 .750 .636 .667 .545 .727 .750 .478

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Year WU Coach Record 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 2007 Craig Schurig 8-4 2008 Craig Schurig 6-5 2009 Craig Schurig 8-3 2010 Craig Schurig 8-4 TOTALS 505-553-44


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Record: 1-4-0 Coach: Unknown KC YMCA W 8-2 Baker L 18-28 Kansas L 10-32 Kansas L 10-38 Baker L 0-46 46-146

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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 0-44 Kansas L 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

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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 Coldren was the first Ichabod coach to have back-to-back winning seasons.

Lawrence Banks (1901) Career WU Record: 3-2-3 Banks recorded the first win for Washburn over Emporia State.

1901 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

1898

Record: 4-0-1 Coach: Paul Coldren Midland W 18-6 Denver A.C. W 5-0 Denver Wheel Club W 22-5 Ottawa T 12-12 Kansas State W 24-0 81-23

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.

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 After dropping their first four games, the Ichabods finished with a four-game winning streak.

1902

Record: 3-4-0 Coach: H. Ward Page Kansas Haskell Missouri Ottawa Emporia State Coll. of Emporia Central Missouri

A.R. Kennedy (1903) Career WU Record: 12-12-2

1899

Record: 2-5-2 Coach: William Melford KC Medics T 0-0 Kansas L 0-35 Kansas State W 24-0 Ottawa W 10-5 Denver A.C. L 0-5 College of Emporia T 0-0 Emporia State L 0-11 Kansas L 0-23 Haskell L 0-12 34-91

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.

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

L 0-33 L 5-41 L 0-28 L 0-16 W 6-0 W 17-5 W 6-0 34-123

In his first stint as the Ichabod head coach, Kennedy was 7-0-1.

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 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 all over the Midwest.


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William Lloyd Driver (1911-12) Career WU Record: 8-8-1

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1906

Record: 8-1-3 Coach: Garfield Weede Topeka High W 9-0 Friends W 28-0 Kansas State W 9-0 Coll. of Emporia W 29-0 Emporia State W 6-0 Colorado T 0-0 Fort Riley W 18-0 Kansas State W 5-4 Wichita State L 6-7 Kansas T 0-0 St. Mary’s W 42-0 Oklahoma T 0-0 152-11

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

Stewart was 4-4-0 in each of his two seasons at Washburn.

1912

Record: 5-3-0 Coach: William Lloyd Driver Denver William Jewell Ottawa Emporia State Kansas Drury St. Mary’s Kansas State

Glen Gray (1913-15) Career WU Record: 11-10-3 Driver spent three seasons as the Ichabod head coach.

1913 1909

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

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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

W 12-0 W 7-0 W 55-0 L 6-7 W 10-0 L 14-16 W 22-7 L 3-21 129-51

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Washburn’s Kevin McCormick (1969-71) rushed for a school record 241 yards against Missouri Valley College his senior season.

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

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Robert Stewart (1909-10) Career WU Record: 8-8-0

1911

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Record: 7-3-0 Coach: John Outland Coll. of Emporia W 39-0 Emporia State W 29-6 Kansas State W 12-5 Ottawa W 16-6 Oklahoma W 9-6 Wichita State W 10-6 Kansas L 11-18 Colorado L 5-30 Denver W 6-0 Colorado College L 0-6 137-83

Weede led the Ichabods to their first conference championship in his second season at Washburn in 1907.

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Garfield Weede (1906-08) Career WU Record: 20-6-4

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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

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Driver spent two seasons as the Ichabod head coach.

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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

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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

1921

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 Ream spent two seasons as the Ichabods head coach.

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.

1914

Record: 5-3-0 Coach: Glen Gray Kansas State W 26-16 Emporia State L 0-19 Kansas L 14-20 St. Mary’s W 33-3 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 was 5-12-2 in his second stint at Washburn.

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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

1920

Record: 5-2-3 Coach: Dwight Ream Nebraska L 0-14 Kansas L 0-6 Ottawa W 16-7 Baker W 14-9 Wichita State W 7-0 Emporia State T 7-7 Coll. of Emporia T 14-14 St. Mary’s W 17-6 Kansas State T 0-0 *Pittsburg State W 7-0 * Forfeited later by WU 82-63

G.D. Vosburg (1922) Career WU Record: 1-7-0 Vosburg spent one season as the Ichabods head coach.

1922

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

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

Record: 3-6-0 Coach: A.R. Kennedy Cooper W 20-0 Friends L 0-25 Baker W 13-9 Ottawa W 7-6 Emporia State L 7-23 Kansas L 0-27 Wichita State L 0-9 Coll. of Emporia L 0-20 Kansas State L 0-47 47-166

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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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

1931

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).

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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

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Elmer Holm (1936-41) Career WU Record: 23-31-3

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Roy Wynne (1927-28) Career WU Record: 3-14-0

Record: 7-2-0 Coach: Ernest Bearg Haskell L 14-27 Kansas State L 0-14 Coll. of Emporia W 26-0 Wichita State W 32-12 Emporia State W 13-6 St. Mary’s W 27-13 Fort Hays State W 31-7 Southwestern W 33-6 Pittsburg State W 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

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

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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

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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

1929

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

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

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

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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

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

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.

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Ernest Bearg (1929-35) Career WU Record: 46-33-4

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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

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

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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 W 340 Emporia State W 19-6 Kansas L 14-58 Colorado College W 20-0 Wichita State L 6-35 Oklahoma State W 14-0 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

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Record: 5-2-2 Coach: Elmer Holm Coll. of Emporia W 26-0 Kansas Wesleyan W 20-0 Emporia State L 12-20 Pittsburg State T 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

Former Washburn fullback Brandon Rainer (1998-2001) finished his career third on the all-time rushing chart with 2,171 yards on 457 carries and became the first Ichabod to rush for more than 30 touchdowns in a career recording 31 in his career.

Bob Raugh (1942-43) Career WU Record: 3-10-2 Raugh spent two seasons as the Ichabods head coach.

Dee Errikson (1944) Career WU Record: 1-6-0 Errikson spent one season as the football coach

1944

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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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 (1945) Career WU Record: 4-2-0 Lane was 4-2 as the Ichabods head coach in his only season at Washburn.

Dick Godlove (1946-58) Career WU Record: 67-42-4 Godlove is the all-time winningest coach by victories at Washburn. He led the Ichabods to the 1949, 1953 and 1954 Central Intercollegiate Conference Championships.

1946

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

1947 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

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


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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.

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

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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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

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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: 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

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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

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

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Record: 3-4-1 Coach: Dick Godlove Doane L 0-7 Baker W 20-7 Emporia State L 19-27 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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Record: 7-1-0 Central Intercollegiate Champions 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: 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

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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

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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

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 12-14 S26 at Central Missouri W 31-0 O3 at Colorado Mines W 16-0 O10 Southern Colorado W 12-7 O17 at Fort Hays State W 14-7 O24 Pittsburg State(HC) W 17-7 O31 at Nebraska-Omaha W 19-2 N7 at Peru State W 42-0 N14 Emporia State W 19-6 182-53

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Ed Linta (1965-66) Career WU Record: 4-13-1 Linta spent two seasons at Washburn.

1965

1969

Record: 2-6-1 (1-3/4th - CIC) Coach: Ed Linta S18 at Nebraska-Kearney L 14-40 S25 Central Missouri T 7-7 O2 at Fresno State L 0-54 O9 at Southern Colo. L 14-45 O16 Fort Hays State(HC) L 0-25 O23 at Pittsburg State L 7-20 O30 Nebraska-Omaha L 10-19 N6 Peru Sta te W 15-7 N13 at Emporia State W 21-0 88-217

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

1966

1970

Record: 2-7-0 (1-3/4th - CIC) Coach: Ed Linta S10 at Emporia State L 0-14 S17 Nebraska-Kearney L 6-21 S24 at Central Missouri L 7-38 O1 at Southwest Missouri L 6-21 O8 Southern Colorado W 21-13 O15 at Fort Hays State L 0-7 O22 Pittsburg State(HC) L 20-24 O29 at Nebraska-Omaha W 21-14 N12 Emporia State L 6-12 87-164

Bill Schaake (1967-68) Career WU Record: 2-16-0 Schaake spent two seasons at Washburn.

1967

Record: 0-9-0 (0-4/5th - CIC) Coach: Bill Schaake S16 at Nebraska-Kearney L 6-55 S23 Central Missouri L 0-14 S30 Southwest Missouri L 7-30 O7 at Southern Colorado L 0-20 O14 Fort Hays State L 0-35 O21 at Pittsburg State L 12-38 O28 Nebraska-Omaha(HC) L 21-49 N4 Colorado State L 0-27 N11 at Emporia State L 7-34 53-302

1968

Record: 2-7-0 (1-3/4th - CIC) Coach: Bill Schaake S14 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 26-20 L 0-34 L 7-10 L 14-23 W 9-6 L 0-14 L 0-47 L 6-40 L 19-47 81-241

Harold “Bud” Elliott (1969-70) Career WU Record: 10-8-2 Elliott spent two seasons at Washburn before coaching at Emporia State and Northwest Missouri, as well as Eastern New Mexico.

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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

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

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


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1975

1980

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

Gary Hampton (1979-80) Career WU Record: 6-14-0 Hampton coached two seasons at Washburn.

Record: 2-8-0 (1-6/6th - CSIC) Coach: Gary Hampton S6 Benedictine W 29-27 S13 at Arkansas Tech L 20-41 S20 Missouri Valley L 7-26 S27 at Emporia State L 7-45 O4 Pittsburg State W 38-36 O11 at Wayne State L 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

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

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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.

history

Record: 1-9-0 (1-6/6th - CSIC) Coach: Glenn Jagodzinske S11 at Morningside L 3-14 S18 Benedictine L 10-24 S25 Missouri Valley L 6-14 O2 Missouri Southern L 0-20 O9 Emporia State L 13-20 O16 at Pittsburg State L 14-38 O23 Wayne State W 19-13 O30 Fort Hays State L 7-34 N6 at Missouri Western L 21-37 N13 at Nebraska-Kearney L 3-34 96-248

records

1982

7-10 27-48 12-9 0-12 17-10 12-35 10-6 0-7 0-52 7-26 92-215

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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

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

review

Record: 8-3-0 (3-2/3rd - GPAC) Coach: Larry Elliott S14 at William Jewell W 21-13 S21 Missouri Western W 37-0 S28 Missouri Valley L 7-41 O5 at Emporia State W 36-15 O12 at Benedictine W 24-12 O19 Southern Colorado W 19-14 O26 at Fort Hays State W 14-7 N2 Missouri Southern W 35-17 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

1979

opponents

1974

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

coaches

Larry Elliott (1974-78) Career WU Record: 58-51-1

1976

players

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

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Washburn Football 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.

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Record: 4-7-0 (2-5/7th - CSIC) Coach: Larry Elliott S7 Northwest Missouri W 38-24 S14 Morningside L 17-47 S21 at Central Missouri W 31-3 S28 Missouri Southern W 19-6 O5 Emporia State W 25-18 O12 at Pittsburg State L 18-35 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

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

RECORDS

THE MIAA

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

HISTORY

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 13-20 291-233

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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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1991

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.

1994

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

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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

1998

history

Record: 1-10-0 (1-8/10th - MIAA) Coach: Dennis Caryl S7 at Western Illinois L 3-42 S14 at Tennessee-Martin L 7-28 S21 Truman L 7-14 S28 at Northwest Missouri L 3-29 O5 Missouri Southern L 6-31 O12 at Emporia State L 18-49 O19 at Central Missouri L 0-21 O26 Missouri-Rolla L 13-28 N2 at Southwest Baptist W 14-6 N9 Pittsburg State L 0-21 N16 at Missouri Western L 23-35 94-304

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

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

records

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

1997

1993

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1990

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

review

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).

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

opponents

Dennis Caryl (1990-93*) Career WU Record: 7-32-0

1996

1992

coaches

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

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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1989

1995

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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

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

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REVIEW

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2000

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

2001

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

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Craig Schurig (2002-pr) Career WU Record: 62-41 Schurig enters his tenth season as the Ichabods head coach and he led Washburn to its first MIAA Championship and to two NCAA Playoff appearances in 2005 and 2007 as well as postseason bowl games in 2004 and 2010

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

2004

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

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

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

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2007

Record: 8-4-0 (7-2/2nd - MIAA) Coach: Craig Schurig A25 Chadron State L 24-34 S1 at Colorado Mines W 27-7 S15 Fort Hays State W 28-10 S22 Central Missouri L 14-28 S29 at Missouri Western W 31-24 O06 Missouri Southern W 26-20 O13 at Emporia State W 31-21 O20 Truman (HC) W 71-35 O27 at Northwest Missouri L 27-28 N3 Pittsburg State W 35-28 N10 at Southwest Baptist W 37-14 *NCAA First Round Playoffs - Canyon, Texas N17 at West Texas A&M L 39-40 390-289

2008

Record: 6-5 (4-5/6th - MIAA) Coach: Craig Schurig A28 Colorado Mines W 27-3 S4 at Missouri State W 35-27 S13 at Fort Hays State L 7-17 S20 at Central Missouri L 34-43 S27 Missouri Western W 21-17 O4 at Missouri Southern W 23-0 O11 Emporia State W 14-6 O18 at Truman W 31-17 O25 Northwest Missouri L 21-24 N1 at Pittsburg State L 17-48 N08 Nebraska-Omaha L 14-34 244-236

2009

Record: 8-3 (6-3/T2nd - MIAA) Coach: Craig Schurig A29 at Colorado Mines W 27-14 S4 New Mexico Highlands W 82-21 S12 Missouri Southern W 54-31 S19 at Missouri Western L 34-37 S26 Central Missouri W 36-21 O3 Fort Hays State W 28-14 O10 at Nebraska-Omaha L 21-31 O17 Pittsburg State W 55-3 O24 at Northwest Missouri LOT 19-22 O31 Truman W 37-7 N7 at Emporia State W 56-35 449-236

2010

Record: 8-4 (6-3/T3rd - MIAA) Coach: Craig Schurig A28 at Colorado Mines W 34-29 S4 Abilene Christian L 26-34 S18 Missouri Western L 33-36 S25 at Central Missouri L 45-55 O2 at Fort Hays State W 38-27 O9 Nebraska-Omaha W 40-28 O16 at Pittsburg State WOT 35-34 O23 Northwest Missouri L 40-41 O30 at Truman W 45-12 N6 Emporia State W 42-0 N13 at Missouri Southern W 23-7 Kanza Bowl - Hummer Sports Park Topeka D4 Midwestern State W 45-14 446-317


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2011 Opponents in Bold

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

history

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

records

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0-1-0 0-1-0 0-3-0 2-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-1 6-5-1 14-4-0 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 7-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0

review

Abilene Christian University 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 School of 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 Midland Lutheran (Neb.) College Midwestern State (Texas) Millikin (Ill.) University Mississippi Valley State University

opponents

VS FOUR-YEAR SCHOOLS

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

coaches

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

50-51-6 39-23-3 3-0-0 20-20-1 16-21-2 6-25-0 22-60-1 10-18-0 18-22-2

players

Emporia (Kan.) State University Fort Hays State University Lincoln (Mo.) University Missouri Southern State University Missouri Western State University Northwest Missouri State University Pittsburg State (Kan.) University Truman (Mo.) State University University of Central Missouri

University of Missouri-Columbia 2-1-0 University of Missouri-Science & Technology (formerly UM-Rolla) 11-5-0 Missouri State University 3-4-1 Missouri Valley College 8-7-0 Missouri Wesleyan College 1-0-0 Morningside (Iowa) College 1-2-0 University of Nebraska-Kearney 6-14-0 University of Nebraska-Lincoln 0-4-0 University of Nebraska-Omaha 14-16-1 New Mexico Highlands 1-0-0 Northeastern (Okla.) State University 1-1-0 Northern Colorado, University of 0-5-0 Northern Illinois University 0-2-0 Northern State University 1-0-0 University of Oklahoma-Norman 2-2-2 Oklahoma State University 1-6-0 Peru (Neb.) State College 6-1-0 Regis (Colo.) College 0-1-0 Rockhurst (Mo.) College 3-0-0 Saint Mary’s (Texas) College 1-1-0 Sam Houston (Texas) State University 0-1-0 University of South Dakota 1-1-0 Southeast Missouri State University 0-3-0 University of Sioux Falls (Iowa) 0-0-0 University of Southern Colorado 4-7-0 Southern Illinois University, Carbondale 0-1-0 Southwest Baptist (Mo.) University 14-5-0 Tarkio (Mo.) College 1-0-0 University of Central Oklahoma 0-0-0 University of Tennessee-Martin 0-1-0 University of Texas A&M-Commerce 0-2-0 University of Tulsa (Okla.) 0-6-0 United States Military Academy 0-1-0 Washington (Mo.) University 1-2-0 Wayne (Neb.) State University 9-5-0 West Texas A&M 0-1-0 Western Illinois University 1-2-0 Western Washington University 1-1-0 Westminster (Utah) College 0-1-0 William Jewell (Mo.) College 7-5-0 University of Wisconsin-La Crosse 2-2-0 University of Wisconsin-River Falls 1-0-0

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Abilene Christian (0-1) S4 2010 L 26-34

Topeka

Arkansas Tech (0-3) S11 1970 L 0-23 Topeka S13 1980 L 20-41 Russellville S12 1981 L 27-48 Topeka

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

COACHES

PLAYERS

Army (0-1) 1934 L 0-19 Arkansas-Monticello (0-1) N19 1988 L 13-20 Monticello Augustana (2-1) 1946 W 7-0 1947 W 27-0 S6 1997 L 17-20 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

Topeka

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HISTORY

RECORDS

THE MIAA

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 Atchison O19 1962 W 34-13 Topeka O12 1974 W 24-12 Atchison O11 1975 W 34-7 Topeka N27 1976 L 14-29 Dodge City, Kan. S6 1980 W 29-27 Topeka S5 1981 L 7-10 Atchison S18 1982 L 10-24 Topeka S17 1983 W 35-28 Atchison Bethany (2-1) 1901 W 18-0 1903 W 12-6 1925 L 0-22

Central Missouri (18-22-2) 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 S22 2007 L 14-28 Topeka S20 2008 L 34-43 Warrensburg S26 2009 W 36-21 Topeka S25 2010 L 45-55 Warrensburg Central Washington (0-1) S17 2005 L 42-48 Ellensburg Chadron State (0-1) A25 2007 L 24-31 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

Topeka

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 Colo. Springs S15 1962 W 20-14 Topeka Colorado Mines (14-4) 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 S1 2007 W 27-7 A28 2008 W 27-3 A29 2009 W 27-14 A28 2010 W 34-29

Golden Topeka Golden Topeka Golden Topeka Golden Topeka Golden Golden

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 1936 L 1937 L 1939 L 1940 L 1944 L

0-6 0-18 0-25 7-20 6-19 6-26

Drury (0-1) 1912 L 14-16 East Central (0-1) N6 1976 L 24-30

Campbell (1-0) 1909 W 34-0

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O1 1983 W S29 1984 L O5 1985 W O4 1986 L N14 1987 W N12 1988 W O12 1991 L O10 1992 L N6 1993 L N5 1994 L S30 1995 L O5 1996 L O30 1997 L O29 1998 L N13 1999 L N11 2000 L O27 2001 L N2 2002 W S20 2003 LOT S11 2004 W O22 2005 W O28 2006 W O13 2007 W O11 2008 W N7 2009 W N6 2010 W

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 Emporia State (50-51-6) 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 O9 1982 L 13-20

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

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 31-21 14-6 56-35 42-0

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

Fort Hays State (39-23-3) 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 S15 2007 W 28-10

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 Topeka


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Fort Leavenworth (1-0) 1897 W 8-4

Fresno State (1-2) 1932 W 26-0 1933 L 0-7 O2 1965 L 0-54 28-0 0-25 7-0 27-6

Topeka

Gonzaga (0-2) 1934 L 0-2 1935 L 0-21 6-12 7-6 0-13 6-0 19-7 7-6

Harding (1-0) S25 1976 W 20-17

Hastings (1-0) 1946 W 25-0 Highland Park (1-0) 1903 W 35-0 Illinois State (0-1) S10 1994 L 16-47

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

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 (20-20-1) 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 S27 1986 W 25-7 O24 1987 L 14-32 O22 1988 W 35-23 S23 1989 L 6-21 S22 1990 L 3-30 O5 1991 L 6-31 O3 1992 L 14-44 O30 1993 L 21-36 O29 1994 L 16-38 N11 1995 L 0-25 N16 1996 L 31-32 O23 1997 L 14-17 O24 1998 W 49-37 S18 1999 W 35-28 S16 2000 W 24-22 S22 2001 W 29-28 S28 2002 L 28-52 N15 2003 W 38-35 N6 2004 W 58-43 O29 2005 W 49-35 N4 2006 W 14-13 O6 2007 W 26-20 O4 2008 W 23-0 S12 2009 W 54-31 N13 2010 W 23-7 Missouri State (3-4-1) 1953 W 27-7 1954 W 14-6 1955 T 21-21 O1 1966 L 6-21 S30 1967 L 7-30 S29 1990 L 3-38 S12 1992 L 15-66 S4 2008 W 35-27

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 Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin Topeka Joplin

Springfield Topeka Springfield Springfield Topeka Springfield Springfield Springfield

Lincoln Medics (1-0) 1903 W 29-0

Nebraska-Omaha (14-16-1) 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 N2 1962 L 14-41 N2 1963 L 6-34 O31 1964 W 19-2 O30 1965 L 10-19 O29 1966 W 21-14 O28 1967 L 21-49 O26 1968 L 0-47 O25 1969 W 24-21 N14 1970 T 15-15 N13 1971 L 17-30 S30 1972 L 14-40 S29 1973 L 7-13 N8 2008 L 14-34 O10 2009 L 21-31 O9 2010 W 40-28

Omaha Topeka Omaha Omaha Topeka Omaha Topeka Omaha Topeka Omaha Topeka Omaha Topeka Topeka Omaha Topeka

Missouri-Kansas City (1-0) 1924 W 17-6

New Mexico Highlands (1-0) A29 2009 W 82-21 Topeka

Missouri S&T (formerly Rolla) (11-5) S2 1989 L 7-20 Topeka S1 1990 W 13-7 Rolla O26 1991 L 13-28 Topeka O24 1992 L 21-26 Rolla S18 1993 L 14-38 Topeka S17 1994 L 0-19 Rolla O14 1995 W 21-10 Topeka O19 1996 W 45-0 Rolla S27 1997 W 27-13 Topeka S26 1998 W 24-7 Rolla O9 1999 W 53-18 Topeka O7 2000 W 34-14 Rolla N3 2001 W 42-14 Topeka N9 2002 W 49-0 Rolla O25 2003 W 49-24 Topeka O16 2004 W 42-17 Rolla

Northeastern State (1-1) S26 1987 W 23-21 Topeka S24 1988 L 30-35 Tallaqueh, Okla.

Missouri Wesleyan (1-0) 1910 W 33-0

Morningside (1-2) S11 1982 L 3-14 Sioux City, S.D. S10 1983 W 17-7 Topeka S14 1985 L 17-47 Topeka

Northern Colorado (0-5) N15 1969 L 28-70 O28 1972 L 10-14 O26 1973 L 5-20 N9 1974 L 7-28 N8 1975 L 7-22

Greeley Greeley Topeka Greeley Topeka

Northern Illinois (0-2) 1948 L 26-30 1949 L 27-40 Northern State (1-0) D4 2004* W 36-33 Excelsior Spings, Mo. *Mineral Water Bowl

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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

Mexican All-Stars (1-0) N29 1986 W 27-8 Mexico City

Missouri Western (16-21-2) 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 Topeka O20 2001 L 6-27 St. Joseph O26 2002 L2OT 28-34 Topeka N8 2003 L 14-30 St. Joseph O30 2004 W 30-23 Topeka N5 2005 LOT 21-28 St. Joseph N11 2006 W 16-3 Topeka S29 2007 W 31-24 St. Joseph S27 2008 W 21-17 Topeka S19 2009 L 34-37 St. Joseph S18 2010 L 33-36 Topeka

Kearney Topeka Kearney Topeka Kearney Topeka Kearney Topeka Topeka Topeka Kearney Topeka Kearney Kearney Kearney Topeka Kearney Topeka Topeka Kearney

WASHBURN

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

Kansas City YMCA (1-0) 1891 W 8-2

Millikin (1-0) N23 1974 W 21-7 Dodge City, Kan.

Nebraska-Kearney (6-14) S14 1963 L 14-19 S19 1964 L 12-14 S18 1965 L 14-40 S17 1966 L 6-21 S16 1967 L 6-55 S14 1968 W 26-20 O4 1969 W 3-0 O16 1976 L 9-36 O15 1977 L 21-28 O14 1978 L 12-49 N3 1979 L 7-28 N1 1980 L 7-14 N14 1981 L 7-26 N13 1982 L 3-34 N5 1983 W 7-0 N3 1984 L 0-30 N9 1985 L 16-21 N8 1986 W 24-3 O10 1987 W 28-0 O8 1988 W 29-12

history

Iowa Wesleyan (1-0) 1946 W 27-6

Normal

KC Medics (0-0-2) 1899 T 0-0 1901 T 0-0

Midwestern State (Texas) (1-0) D4 2010* W 45-14 Topeka Kanza Bowl - at Hummer Sports Park

0-19 7-14 0-47 0-14

records

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

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

Nebraska (0-4) 1913 L 1914 L 1915 L 1920 L

the miaa

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 0-6 0-6 0-0 14-2

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 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

Topeka

Missouri Valley (8-7) O24 1970 W 23-15 Topeka S11 1971 W 28-6 Marshall, Mo. S9 1972 W 26-7 Topeka S8 1973 L 10-19 Marshall, Mo. S28 1974 L 7-41 Topeka S27 1975 W 24-7 Marshall, Mo. S11 1976 W 14-13 Topeka S17 1977 W 25-16 Topeka S16 1978 W 35-6 Topeka S15 1979 L 13-18 Marshall, Mo. S20 1980 L 7-26 Topeka S19 1981 W 12-9 Marshall, Mo. S25 1982 L 6-14 Topeka S24 1983 L 20-21 Marshall, Mo. S22 1984 L 14-37 Topeka

review

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 1932 L 1933 L 1934 T 1935 W

Searcy, Ark.

Kansas Medics (1-0) 1896 W 10-0

McPherson (3-1) 1923 L 7-14 1924 W 10-0 1926 W 13-9 S9 1995 W 61-0

opponents

Grinnell (4-2) 1935 L 1936 W 1937 L 1938 W 1939 W 1940 W

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

coaches

Friends (3-1) 1906 W 1916 L 1927 W S13 1969 W

Fresno

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

players

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

intro

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Washburn Football Northwest Missouri (6-25) 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 O27 2007 L 27-28 Maryville O25 2008 L 21-24 Topeka O24 2009 Lot 19-22 Maryville O23 2010 L 40-41 Topeka *NCAA Second Round Playoffs

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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HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

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

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OPPONENTS

COACHES

PLAYERS

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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

33-7 21-0 12-6 35-13 20-43

N7 1964 W 42-0 N6 1965 W 15-7 Pittsburg State (22-60-1) 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 O27 1962 L 0-27 O26 1963 L 20-21 O24 1964 W 17-7 O23 1965 L 7-20 O22 1966 L 20-24 O21 1967 L 12-38 O19 1968 L 0-14 O18 1969 W 19-17 O31 1970 L 7-13 O30 1971 L 0-27 N4 1972 L 7-21 N3 1973 L 14-21 N16 1974 L 14-15 N15 1975 L 16-20 O2 1976 W 28-16 O29 1977 W 28-21 O28 1978 L 14-27 O6 1979 L 12-46 O4 1980 W 38-36 O17 1981 L 12-35 O16 1982 L 14-38 O8 1983 L 21-29 O6 1984 L 20-21 O12 1985 L 18-35 O11 1986 L 7-21 N15 1986* L 24-58 O31 1987 L 0-44 O29 1988 L 14-23 O28 1989 L 0-61 O27 1990 L 0-17 N9 1991 L 0-21 N7 1992 L 29-48 O2 1993 L 18-55 O1 1994 L 13-62 O28 1995 L 7-31 N2 1996 L 14-43 N15 1997 L 11-40 N14 1998 L 12-72 O23 1999 L 8-27 O21 2000 L 28-31 S15 2001 L 21-51 S21 2002 L 14-47 O11 2003 L 10-37 O2 2004 L 14-70 O1 2005 Wot 35-34 O10 2006 L 29-14 N3 2007 W 35-28 N1 2008 L 17-48 O17 2009 W 55-3 O16 2010 Wot 35-34 * NAIA 1st Round Playoffs

Peru Topeka

Rockhurst (3-0) 1940 W 25-23 1941 W 33-0 1949 W 60-0 Sam Houston State (0-1) N16 1985 L 7-51 Huntsville, Texas South Dakota (1-1) S6 1986 W 16-14 Vermillion S5 1987 L 7-17 Vermillion Southeast Missouri St. (0-3) 023 1971 L 13-20 Cape Giradeau O14 1989 L 14-17 Cape Giradeau O13 1990 L 7-35 Topeka

Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Pittsburg Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Pittsburg Topeka Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg Topeka Pittsburg

1907 W 1908 L 1909 W 1911 W 1912 W 1913 W 1914 W 1917 L 1918 W 1919 W 1920 W 1921 L 1922 L 1923 L 1924 L 1925 W 1926 W 1927 L 1929 W 1930 W

22-6 0-6 12-11 18-0 22-7 24-12 33-3 0-13 13-0 40-7 17-6 3-14 7-32 7-12 0-10 7-0 10-7 7-12 19-0 27-13

Washington (Mo.) (1-1) 1939 W 26-0 1940 L 20-28

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.

Tarkio (1-0) 1910 W 9-3

Southern Illinois (0-1) S11 1993 L 14-46 Carbondale

Tenneessee-Martin (0-1) S14 1991 L 7-28

Southwest Baptist (14-5) N4 1989 L 19-34 N3 1990 W 24-9 N2 1991 W 14-6 O31 1992 W 21-17 N13 1993 L 20-25 N12 1994 W 31-14 O21 1995 W 37-20 O26 1996 W 24-20 S20 1997 W 25-7 S19 1998 LOT 20-26 O14 1999 W 36-0 O14 2000 W 58-21 N10 2001 L 20-48 N16 2002 L 20-26 O18 2003 W 41-37 O9 2004 W 38-35 S23 2005 W 56-21 S30 2006 W 56-23 N10 2007 W 37-14

Texas A&M-Commerce (0-2) S24 1977 L 35-36 Topeka S23 1978 L 3-33 Commerce

Bolivar, Mo. Topeka Bolivar, Mo. Topeka Bolivar, Mo. Topeka Bolivar, Mo. Topeka Bolivar, Mo. Topeka Bolivar, Mo. Topeka Topeka Bolivar, Mo. Bolivar, Mo. Topeka Bolivar, Mo. Topeka Bolivar, Mo.

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 St. Joseph Medics (1-0) 1901 W 6-5 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. St. Mary’s (Kan.) (14-8) 1896 L 0-40 1906 W 42-0

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St. Mary’s (Texas) (1-1) 1937 L 13-51 1938 W 33-20 St. Regis (0-1) 1927 L 0-19

Topeka Wayne Topeka Wayne Topeka Wayne Topeka Topeka Topeka Wayne Topeka Wayne Wayne Topeka

Western Illinois (1-2) 1956 L 15-18 1957 W 13-6 S7 1991 L 3-42

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West Texas A&M (0-1) *N17 2007 L 39-40 Canyon, Texas *First round of NCAA Playoffs

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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 (10-18) 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 O20 2007 W O18 2008 W O31 2009 W O30 2010 W

13-26 0-6 12-39 9-27 Topeka 0-39 Kirksville, Mo. 7-6 Topeka 21-3 Topeka 17-44 Topeka 7-14 Topeka 8-42 Kirksville, Mo. 0-34 Topeka 31-50 Kirksville, Mo. 17-41 Topeka 21-38 Kirksville, Mo. 7-37 Topeka 28-38 Kirksville, Mo. 52-18 Topeka 42-45 Kirksville, Mo. 26-27 Topeka 26-21 Kirksville, Mo. 6-12 Topeka 62-0 Kirksville, Mo. 21-14 Topeka 7-21 Kirksville, Mo. 71-35 Topeka 31-17 Kirksville, Mo. 37-7 Topeka 45-12 Kirksville, Mo.

Tulsa (0-6) 1929 L 1932 L 1933 L 1935 L 1936 L 1940 L

7-19 0-20 0-7 6-19 0-47 6-37

Washington (0-1) 1948 L 0-28

Wayne State (Neb.) (9-5) S26 1970 W 21-14 S25 1971 W 14-7 N5 1977 W 24-17 N4 1978 L 6-7 O13 1979 L 9-7 O11 1980 L 18-24 O24 1981 W 10-6 O23 1982 W 19-13 O15 1983 W 13-6 O13 1984 L 7-27 O19 1985 L 17-18 O18 1986 W 31-6 O17 1987 W 29-25 O15 1988 W 49-3

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

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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


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 development 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 endorsed 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 by the numbers Washburn’s student to faculty ratio in the classroom

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Washburn’s ranking in the Midwest among public master’s level universities in the 2009 America’s Best Colleges ranking by U.S. News & World Report

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The number of years Washburn has been ranked in the top 10 in U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges

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Percentage of Washburn full-time faculty who hold PhD’s or the highest degree in their discipline

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amount in millions of dollars in financial aid 55.3 The available to Washburn students annually.

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Washburn Endowment Association’s assets in millions of dollars ranking Washburn second in the state on a per-student basis among the public institutions.


Dr. Jerry B. Farley, University President

In 1997, Jerry Farley became the 14th president of Washburn University, following an extensive career in finance and business affairs at several other higher education institutions. Previously, Farley held positions as the vice president of community relations and economic development and vice president for administration at the University of Oklahoma where he was the chief fiscal responsible for a budget of more than one half billion dollars. He was also the chief financial officer at the University of Oklahoma’s Health Sciences Center and at Oklahoma State University at Stillwater. Farley holds an undergraduate degree in finance and accounting, a master’s of business administration degree and a doctorate in higher education administration, all from the University of Oklahoma. He is a certified public accountant and has been the president and chairman of the board of several state and national professional organizations. He has authored or co-authored numerous articles and books on finance and accounting. Serving on local and state boards has always been a priority for Farley. He currently or previously, served on the Heartland Visioning, Red Cross, American Cancer Society, United Way, local and state Chambers of Commerce and economic development corporations, including Go Topeka. He is the recipient of numerous awards for outstanding contributions in public service, accounting, and higher education.

Academic Programs

Washburn offers more than 200 programs leading to certification, associate, bachelor, master’s and juris doctor degrees through the College of Arts and Sciences and the schools of Applied Studies, Business, Law and Nursing. 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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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

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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

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Team

Steve Anson Baseball

20-23 15-7

Golf Soccer

105-73 5-9-4

29-7 2nd NCAA Regional 5-8-3 T-5th None

Tennis-W Volleyball

11-4 32-3

Basketball-W 22-7 Football 8-4

Totals

Craig Schurig Football

Overall W-L MIAA MIAA Finish Postseason

Baseball 22-28 Basketball-M 18-10

Softball Tennis-M

Bob Chipman Basketball (M)

2010-11 Season Flashback

19-30 7-7

249-175-4

17-5 6-3

9-13 3-2

7-1 18-2

8th 3rd 1st 1st

MIAA Tournament NCAA Tournament First Round

NCAA Tournament First Round Kanza Bowl Champions

Doug Hamilton Golf

Chris Herron Volleyball

MIAA Tournament MIAA Tournament

MIAA Tournament NCAA Tournament Regional Final

Overall athletic department winning percentage - .586

Dave Alden Tennis (M/W)

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. He has been at Washburn for 29 of the 35 MIAA titles won and 66 of the 76 NCAA apppearances in school history. In 2005, Ferré was named the Central Region Athletic Director of the Year. At Washburn, Ferré has been instrumental 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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129-71-3 (.643)

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6th T-3rd

Tim Collins Soccer (W)

Ron McHenry Basketball (W)

Lisa Carey Softball

Ichabods and Lady Blues in the Classroom Number of CoSIDA Academic 2 All-American selections Number of MIAA Academic Excellence 7 Award Winners by having a 4.0 GPA combined grade point average of 3.00 Overall the 10 athletic teams at Washburn

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Number of Washburn student athletes out of 257 who were named to the MIAA’s Academic Honor Roll by recording at least a 3.0 GPA

11

Number of Washburn athletes named to the MIAA’s Scholar Athlete Team recording at least a 3.5 GPA and named to an all-MIAA team.


35 MIAA titles and counting

Washburn made the jump to NCAA Division II and the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association in the early 1990s and experienced immediate success. Since then that success has continued to sustain and grow as Washburn’s athletic teams have won 35 conference championships and one national champion in women’s basketball in 2005. Only one other MIAA team has more MIAA titles since WU became eligible for conference championships in 1990-91.

The Ichabod and Lady Blues athletic teams won two MIAA regular season championships during the 2010-11 school year as the Lady Blues volleyball team won its third title in school history and the Lady Blues tennis team won its fourth championship overall. In addition to the two conference crowns, Washburn sent nine of 10 teams to postseason play.

Photo courtesy of Sheri Guess

National Team Championships (3) Men’s Basketball (2) Women’s Basketball (1)

1925 (AAU), 1987 (NAIA) 2005 (NCAA)

MIAA Team Championships (35)

1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005 1993, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2010 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010 1991, 2000, 2004, 2011 2002, 2005, 2010 2005 2006 2002

NCAA Appearances (76)

Overall MIAA titles since Washburn joined league Central Missouri 50 Washburn 35 Northwest Missouri 34 Emporia State 22 Truman 16 Southwest Baptist 16 Pittsburg State 11 Missouri Western 11 Missouri Southern 11 Fort Hays State 0 Lincoln 0 *only in sports Washburn competes in beginning in the 1990-91 season when eligible for MIAA Championships

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Women’s Basketball (15) 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Women’s Tennis (14) 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Men’s Tennis (11) 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Men’s Basketball (11) 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010 Men’s Golf (10) 1998, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011 Volleyball (8) 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Softball (3) 1998, 2006, 2008 Football (2) 2005, 2007 Women’s Soccer (2) 2006, 2008

Northwest Missouri 3 (football) Central Missouri 2 (baseball) Washburn 1 (women’s basketball) Emporia State 1 (women’s basketball) Missouri Southern 1 (softball) Pittsburg State 1 (football) *only in sports Washburn competes in

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Men’s Basketball (9) Women’s Basketball (7) Men’s Golf (5) Men’s Tennis (4) Women’s Tennis (4) Volleyball (3) Football (1) Women’s Soccer (1) Softball (1) Baseball (0)

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Dave Alden

Steve Anson

Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach

Head Baseball Coach

Gene Cassell

Bob Chipman

Karen Garrison

Doug Hamilton

Sports Information Director

Jim Biggs

Head Softball Coach

Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach

Tim Collins

Kerry Dickerson

Head Women’s Soccer Coach

Cooper Harris

Assistant Athletics Trainer

John Burns

Charie Broughton

Dave Brown

Secretary for Development

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

Sandy Foster

Associate Athletic Director

Assistant Football Coach Offensive Line

Eric Eisenbarth

Loren Ferre’

Summer Harris

Gil Herrera

Chris Herron

Head Golf Coach

Assistant Football Coach Defensive Coordinator

Director of Marketing & Promotions/Tickets

Jill McCartney

Ron McHenry

John Mullican

David Trupp

Jeremy Wangler

Ron Wessel

Petro Facilities Coordinator

Athletic Director

Athletics Secretary

Steve Ice

Head Women’s Volleyball Coach

Head Athletic Trainer

Rob Robinson

Taylor Pohlman

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Assistant Athletics Trainer

Head Men’s Basketball Coach

Vanessa Becerra

Brock Luke

Assistant Football Coach Defensive Line

Craig Schurig

Head Football Coach

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Assistant Athletic Director/SWA

Assistant Football Coach Strength/Conditioning

Head Women’s Basketball Coach

Asst. Sports Information/ Marketing Director

Faculty Athletics Representative

Head Equipment Manager

Josh Osborn

Assistant Football Coach Wide Receivers Coach

Assistant Football Coach Recruiting Coordinator

Assistant Women’s Volleyball Coach


Washburn Directory 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 Dr. Jerry Farley Vice President / Academic Affairs Randall G. Pembrook Vice President / Administration & Treasurer Richard L. Anderson Vice President / Student Life Dr. Denise Ottinger Vice President / Enrollment Management Richard Liedtke Executive Director of Governmental & University Relations David Monical Director of Equal Opportunity Carol Vogel University Counsel and Secretary to the Board of Regents Lisa Jones

Washburn Coaching Staff Football

Volleyball Head Coach Chris Herron chris.herron@washburn.edu 670-1946 Assistant Coach Taylor Pohlman taylor.pohlman@washburn.edu 670-1987 Baseball Head Coach Steve Anson steve.anson@washburn.edu 670-1793 Softball Head Coach Vanessa Becerra vanessa.becerra@washburn.edu 670-1797 Men’s Basketball Head Coach Bob Chipman bob.chipman@washburn.edu 670-1355 Assistant Coach Dave Brown dave.brown@washburn.edu 670-1356 Women’s Basketball Head Coach Ron McHenry ron.mchenry@washburn.edu 670-1796 Assistant Coach Jim Biggs jim.biggs@washburn.edu 670-1462 Golf Head Coach Doug Hamilton doug.hamilton@washburn.edu 670-1764 Men’s and Women’s Tennis Head Coach Dave Alden dave.alden@washburn.edu 670-1757

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Head Coach Craig Schurig craig.schurig@washburn.edu 670-1340 Offensive Coordinator/Running Backs Rob Robinson rob.robinson@washburn.edu 670-1947 Defensive Coordinator/Safeties Cooper Harris cooper.harris@washburn.edu 670-1798 Tight Ends Coach/Strength and Conditioning David Trupp david.trupp@washburn.edu 670-1335 Defensive Line Coach / Special Teams / Recruiting Brock Luke brock.luke@washburn.edu 670-1795 Offensive Line Eric Eisenbarth eric.eisenbarth@washburn.edu 670-1705

Women’s Soccer Head Coach Tim Collins tim.collins@washburn.edu 670-1756

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Washburn Athletics Phone Numbers Director of Athletics Loren Ferre’ loren.ferre@washburn.edu 670-1794 Associate Director of Athletics for Development Kerry Dickerson kdickerson@wufoundation.org 670-1334 Assistant Director of Athletics/SWA Jill McCartney jill.mccartney@washburn.edu 670-1790 Sports Information Director Gene Cassell gene.cassell@washburn.edu 670-1791 Marketing/Ticket Director Summer Harris summer.harris@washburn.edu 670-2637 Assistant Sports Information/Marketing Director Jeremy Wangler jeremy.wangler@washburn.edu 670-1948 Faculty Athletics Representative John Mullican john.mullican@washburn.edu 670-2079 Head Athletic Trainer Steve Ice steve.ice@washburn.edu 670-1753 Assistant Athletic Trainer John Burns john.burns@washburn.edu 670-2155 Head Equipment Manager Ron Wessel ron.wessel@washburn.edu 670-1761 or 1338 Athletic Facilities Manager Gil Herrera gilbert.herrera@washburn.edu 670-1304 Athletics Secretary Sandy Foster sandy.foster@washburn.edu 670-1339 Administrative Assistant for Development Charie Broughton charie.broughton@washburn.edu 670-1466

jerry.farley@washburn.edu 670-1556 randy.pembrook@washburn.edu 670-1649 richard.anderson@washburn.edu 670-1634 denise.ottenger@washburn.edu 670-1390 richard.liedtke@washburn.edu 670-1812 david.monical@washburn.edu 670-1712 carol.vogel@washburn.edu 670-1509 lisa.jones@washburn.edu 670-1712

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About the city of Topeka:

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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, 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

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ing 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.

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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 73-year history, the bowl has been witness to hundreds of high school and college games, long-stand-

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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

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Lee Arena is the home of the Ichabod and Lady Blues basketball teams as well as the Lady Blues volleyball team. The arena was refurbished before the 2001 season with suites and office space and before the 2003 season, a video board and statistics 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 Aviva Conference Room can view the games. The new addition also houses the AT&T Student Technology Center. Lee Arena also was the host of the 2007 NCAA Women’s Division II National Volleyball Championships.

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Washburn Facilities Falley Field

Falley Field has been the home of the Ichabod baseball team since the 1990 season. Beginning in 2008, the Ichabod baseball team played their games on a Field Turf infield and remodeled dugouts, bullpens and batting cages. Plans for future upgrades include a new scoreboard, sound system and outfield fence. The press box has space for 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

Washburn Soccer Complex

The facility built in 1928 was renovated following the 2008 school year with $7.2 million improvements including a new weight room and football locker room.

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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

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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.

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Washburn Facilities Weight ROOM

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The newly completed $7 million Capitol Federal Savings Student Athlete Strength and Conditioning Center has nearly 12,000 square feet of space for Washburn athletes to work out. 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.

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The Washburn Athletic Training Center is one of the most advanced in the Midwest. The 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 25 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. St. Francis Sports Medicine provides injury rehabilitation, education and sports enhancement techniques to athletes of all ages and competitive levels. St. Francis and Washburn University established a new partnership in 2005 to provide additional support for their injured athletes. Michael Ramirez, Certified Athletic Trainer for St. Francis, teaches class in the morning and visits the campus every afternoon working with Washburn athletes to get them back on the court or field. Zach Frank will also assist in training room treatments.


Washburn Facilities Washburn Football Locker room Opening prior to the 2008 season, the Washburn football locker room was renovated for the first time in 25 years as part of a $7.2 million project redefined the landscape of Washburn athletics. There are 110 woodframed lockers with an air-venting circulation system helping to dry equipment when in place in the lockers. There is also a video projection screen which drops from the ceiling for position meetings. Each locker features a secure locking systems for storing valuable and individual name plates for each player. More storage is found underneath each locker which doubles as a sitting place for the team during the season.

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The 2011 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 Aug. 11, 2011. Directions to Yager Stadium Washburn University is in Topeka, Kan., at the intersection of 21st street and Washburn Avenue. Yager Stadium is located west of Lee Arena in the Petro Allied Health Center. Media parking is to the west of the Bianchino Pavilion at Yager Stadium through a gated lot. Media with parking passes will be admitted. Washburn Sports Information Office The Washburn University Sports Information Office is located in room 200D of the Petro Allied Health Center. Office hours are from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday though Friday. Phone: 785-670-1791; Fax: 785-670-1091. You may e-mail the SID office at athletics@washburn.edu. Media Access/Services 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 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 if space is available. 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. A buffet meal will be served 90 minutes before kickoff on the media level of the press box. Interview Policies 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. Schurig and requested players will be available at his weekly media conference on Wednesdays in the McPherson Booster on the second floor of Lee Arena. Please have player requests to the SID office by noon on Monday. Ichabods on the Internet For the most up-to-the minute coverage of Ichabod football on the World Wide Web, go to wusports. com, the official web site of the Washburn University Athletic Department. In addition to updated results, statistics and game stories, you can find photos, player and coach biographies, schedule and roster information and weekly releases on the Ichabod football program.

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 and former Ichabod wide receiver Jake Lebahn will be on the sidelines. 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.

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Covering the Ichabods Print Media Topeka Capital-Journal Kansas City Star Salina Journal Wichita Eagle Hutchinson News Washburn Review Radio Stations AM 580 WIBW 810 WHB KMAJ 1440 AM Television Stations KSNT-27 (NBC) KTKA-49 (ABC) WIBW-13 (CBS) Wire Services Associated Press

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Web site cjonline.com kcstar.com saljournal.com wichitaeagle.com hutchnews.com washburnreview.org Web site am580wibw.com 810whb.com www.kmaj1440.com Web site ksnt.com ktka.tv wibw.com Web site ap.org

Washburn Sports Information Gene Cassell is in his 11th 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 BS in journalism with a minor in broadcasting. Besides overseeing the media relations of Washburn’s 10 athletic teams, he is a member of CoSIDA and a member of the Publications Contest Committee as well as the regional coordinator for the Daktronics all-region volleyball team and a member of the Don Hansen Football Gazette all-region committee. The WU SID Office has received 75 citations for excellence for office publications, including 29 best in the nation, 19 second place finishes and nine best covers in the nation since arriving at Washburn. Cassell and his wife, Regina, live in Topeka with their two sons, Jacob and Jared. Regina is the director of student publications and is a professor in the Washburn mass media department. Jeremy Wangler rejoined Washburn Athletics in August 2011 as the Assistant Sports Information Director and Assistant Marketing Director. He served in the same position for three years before leaving in 2009 to be the Associate Athletic Media Relations Director at Nebraska Omaha, his alma mater. Wangler has won 18 awards in CoSIDA publications contests at both Washburn and UNO. Eight of his media guides and game programs have been judged best in nation and three of his cover designs also earned that honor. Along with his experience in sports information offices, Wangler also worked freelance as the designer of seven online media guides for the University of Arizona during the 2010-11 season. Wangler and his wife, Michaela Saunders live in Topeka. The two are expecting their first child in January 2012.

Jake Lebahn, Bruce Steinbrock and Mark Elliottt

Contact Ken Corbitt TBA Bob Davidson Jeff Parsons Gene Schinzel Sports Editor Contact Bruce Steinbrock Kenny Holland Mike Manns Contact Johhny Kane Nic Hoch J.B. Bauersfeld Contact Steve Brisendine

Phone (785) 295-1123 (816) 234-4355 (785) 827-6363 (800) 825-6397 (800) 766-5772 (785) 670-2506 Phone (785) 228-7221 (913) 344-1500 (785) 272-2122 Phone (785) 582-3222 (785) 273-4949 (785) 272-7030 Phone (800) 852-4844

Fax (785) 295-1230 (816) 234-4360 (785) 827-6060 (316) 268-6536 (620) 662-4186 (785) 670-1035 Fax (785) 228-7282 (913) 344-1599 (785) 272-6219 Fax (785) 582-5283 (785) 215-8495 (785) 271-0418 Fax (816) 421-3590

Address 616 Jefferson, Topeka, KS 66607 1729 Grand Ave., Kansas City, MO 64108 P.O. Box 779, Salina, KS 67401 825 East Douglas, Wichita, KS 67201 P.O. Box 190, Hutchinson KS, 67504 1700 SW College, Topeka, KS 66621 Address 1210 SW Executive Drive, Topeka, KS 66615 6721 W 121st Street; Overland Park, KS 66209 825 South Kansas Ave., Topeka, KS 66603 Address P.O. Box 2700, Topeka, KS 66601 2121 SW Chelsea Dr. Topeka, KS 66614 P.O. Box 119, Topeka, KS 66601 Address 215 West Pershing, Kansas City, MO 64108


Head Coach Craig Schurig Entering his tenth season at Washburn ... Helping Student-Athletes Reach Their Full Potential On and Off the Field

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Two MIAA Defensive MVPs Two NFL Draft Picks 2010 Kanza Bowl Champions 2005 MIAA Champions 2004 Mineral Water Bowl Champions 12 different players have earned 38 All-American Awards 107 All-MIAA Players 159 MIAA Academic Honor Roll Members Three Academic All-Americans Four MIAA Freshmen of the Year Awards Seven Consecutive Winning Seasons Two NCAA Playoff Appearances


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Lincoln

Missouri Southern**

Sioux Falls, S.D.

Topeka

Joplin, Mo.

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Missouri Western

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Topeka

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Emporia State

Truman**

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Emporia, Kan.

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Kirksville, Mo.

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Central Oklahoma

Northwest Missouri

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Topeka

Maryville, Mo.

Topeka

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Pittsburg State*

Central Missouri*

NCAA Playoffs

Pittsburg, Kan.

Topeka

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2011 Washburn Ichabod Football Media Guide  

2011 Washburn Ichabod Football Media Guide