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Nebraska-Kearney (Aug. 30 in Topeka, Kan. - 6 p.m.)

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Northwest Missouri (Oct. 27 in Topeka, Kan. - 1 p.m.)

Intro Players

Fort Hays State (Sept. 8 in Hays, Kan. - 7 p.m.)

Missouri Western (Nov. 3 in St. Joseph, Mo. - 1:30 p.m.)

Coaches Opponents Review

Northeastern State (Sept. 15 in Topeka, Kan. - 6 p.m.)

The MIAA

Emporia State (Nov. 10 in Topeka, Kan. - 1 p.m.)

Records History

Central Oklahoma (Sept. 22 in Edmond, Okla. - 2:37 p.m.)

NCAA First Round Playoffs (Nov. 17)

Southwest Baptist (Sept. 29 in Topeka, Kan. - 1 p.m.)

NCAA Second Round Playoffs (Nov. 24)

Lincoln (Oct. 6 in Jefferson City, Mo. - 2 p.m.)

NCAA National Quarterfinals (Dec. 1)

Truman (Oct. 13 in Topeka, Kan. - 1 p.m.)

NCAA National Semifinals (Dec. 8)

Lindenwood (Oct. 20 in St. Charles, Mo. - 1:30 p.m.)

NCAA National Championship (Dec. 15 in Florence, Ala.)

2012 Washburn Football Guide The 2012 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 Proforma Sports.. Design The 2012 guide was designed by sports information director Gene Cassell.

Editorial The guide was edited by Louisa Schurig and Jeremy Wangler. The guide was written by Gene Cassell with additional research and writing by Garrett Petty. 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, Jordan Loomis and Washburn sports information archives.

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Introductions Table of Contents Washburn Quick Facts Washburn Quick Facts 2012 Washburn Ichabod Roster Washburn Pronunciation Guide Preseason Depth Chart Ichabod Offense Preview Ichabod Defense Preview Ichabod Special Teams Preview Ichabods By State

Player Profiles

Returning Ichabod Profiles Ichabod Newcomers Ichabods From Kansas

Coaching staff

Head Coach Craig Schurig Offensive Coordinator Rob Robinson Defensive Coordinator Brock Luke Offensive Line Coach Eric Eisenbarth Wide Receivers Coach Josh Osborn Secondary Coach Jeff Schwinn Defensive Backs Coach LaRon Moore Strength & Conditioning David Trupp Graduate and Volunteer Assistants

2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14-38 39-41 42 44-48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56

2012 Opponents

University of Nebraska-Kearney Fort Hays State University Northeastern State University University of Central Oklahoma Southwest Baptist University Lincoln University Truman State University Lindenwood University Northwest Missouri State University Missouri Western State University Emporia State University 2012 MIAA Composite Schedule Opponents Game-by-Game Series History

58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 71 72

2011 Season in review

2011 Season In Review 72-74 2011 Season Award Winners 73 2011 Season Highlights 74 2011 Season Team Statistics 75 2011 Season Individual Statistics 75-76 2011 Final Defensive Statistics 77 2011 Defensive Game-by-Game Statistics 78 2011 Offensive Game-By-Game Statistics 79 2011 Superlatives 81 2011 Starting Lineups/Career Starts 82 University of Sioux Falls Recap 83 Lincoln University Recap 83 Missouri Southern State University Recap 84 Missouri Western State University Recap 84 Emporia State University Recap 85 Truman State University Recap 85

University of Central Oklahoma Recap Northwest Missouri State University Recap Fort Hays State University Recap Pittsburg State University Recap University of Central Missouri Recap NCAA Playoffs - Abilene Christian Recap NCAA Playoffs - Pittsburg State Recap 2011 Ichabod Players of the Week

The MIAA

2011 MIAA Standings 2011 All-MIAA Teams 2011 MIAA Team Statistics 2011 MIAA Individual Statistics All-Time MIAA Standings MIAA Record Book MIAA Game and Career Records About the MIAA MIAA All-Time Champions MIAA Teams In the NCAA Playoffs

86 86 87 87 88 89 89 90

92 92 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 98 99 100 100

Ichabod Record book

Individual Rushing Individual Passing Individual Receiving Individual Total Offense Individual All Purpose Yards Individual Scoring Individual Placekicking Individual Punting Individual Punt Returns

102-104 105-107 108-110 111-112 113 114 115 116-117 118


Ichabod history Ichabod NCAA All-Americans Ichabod NAIA All-Americans Ichabod Postseason Honors Championship & Postseason Teams Ichabod Postseason Game Recaps Ichabod Postseason Record Book All-time Roster/Lettermen Washburn Football History Past Season Ichabod MVPs Ichabods in the National Polls Ichabods In The Pros/NFL Draft Ichabod Yearly Summary Ichabod Coaching Records Who Threw the First Forward Pass?

136-137 138 139-141 142-144 145-148 149 150-154 155 156 157 158-159 160-161 161 162

All-Time Game Results 162-172 All-Time Record Versus All Opponents 173-174 All Opponents Series History 175-178 Ichabods In Season Openers 179 Ichabods On Homecoming 180

On the web

WUSPORTS.com

About Washburn

About Washburn 182-185 President Dr. Jerry Farley 184 A Winning Tradition 186-189 Washburn in the MIAA 187 Ichabods and Lady Blues in the Classroom 188 2011-12 Athletics in Review 189 WU Athletic Director Loren FerrĂŠ 189 Washburn Facilities 190-193 Capitol Federal Savings Strength Center 192 Yager Stadium 193 Athletics Staff 194 Washburn Staff Directory 195 Washburn in the Community 196-197 About Topeka 198-199 Media Information 200 Ichabods on Radio 200 Washburn Sports Information Office 200

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Individual Kickoff Returns 119 Individual Defense 120-122 Defensive Highs - 13 + Tackles Single Game 123 Offensive Highs - 250+ Yards of Offense 124 Offensive Highs - 175+ All-Purpose Yards 124 Team Highs - 500 Yards Offense 125 Team Highs - 300 Passing Yards 125 Team Highs - 300 Rushing Yards 125 Year-by-Year Stat Leaders 126-128 Ichabod Miscellaneous Records 129 Milestone Wins 129 Ichabod Team Records 130-131 Ichabod Scoring Records 132 Yearly NCAA Final Team Rankings 133 Yearly NCAA Final Individual Rankings 134


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University Information

Intro Players Coaches Opponents Review The MIAA Records History

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

Coaching Staff

Head Coach Alma mater, Yr. Record at school (years) Career record (years) Football office phone Best time/day to call Offensive Scheme Defensive Scheme Assistant Coaches / Duties Rob Robinson (William Jewell 2000) Brock Luke (Clarion, 2005) Eric Eisenbarth (Washburn, 2009) Josh Osborn (Washburn, 2010) Jeff Schwinn (Kansas State, 2003) David Trupp (Baker, 1991)

Craig Schurig Colorado School of Mines, 1987 72-44, 11th season upcoming 72-44, 11th season upcoming 785-670-1340 10 a.m. to noon West Coast-Pro Set 4-4 Offensive Coordinator / Running Backs Defensive Line / Defensive Coordinator Offensive Line Wide Receivers Defensive Secondary Strength & Conditioning

Graduate and Volunteer Assistants / Duties Frank Crosson (Ottawa, 1977) Ty Lewis (Washburn, 2011) LaRon Moore (Texas Tech, 2011) Corey Schulte (Ottawa, 2011) Travis Brown (Kansas State, 2003) Casey Curran (Washburn, 2011) Brandon Walker (Washburn, 2008) Dane Simoneau (Washburn, 2012)

Ichabods This Season

Tight Ends Offensive Line Defensive Backs Defensive Line Punters/Placekickers Safeties Wide Receivers Quarterbacks

Total Lettermen Returning 44 Offensive 19 Defensive 21 Special Teams 4 Lettermen Lost 13 Offensive 6 Defensive 7 Special Teams 0 Players who redshirted in 2011 30 Position Starters Returning 18 Offensive 6 Defensive 8 Special Teams 4 Seniors 14 Juniors 21 Sophomores 24 Redshirt Freshmen 31 True Freshmen 26 Total 116 2011 Final Record 10-3 Conference Record 7-2 / T2nd

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Washburn Football History

First year of football 1890 (2012 is 122nd season) Total games 1,012 Overall all-time record 510-550-44 (.480) Number of years in national playoffs 7 Last postseason playoff opponent Pittsburg State, lost 31-22 in 2011 NCAA Second Round Playoffs (11/26/11) Last Non-playoff Postseason appearance Midwestern State, won 45-14 in 2010 Kanza Bowl (12/4/11) All-time MIAA record 88-119 All-time postseason record 4-6 All-time NCAA postseason record 1-3 Conference titles 12 1903, 1907, 1914, 1921, 1930, 1931, 1949, 1953, 1954, 1964, 1983, 2005 MIAA titles

1 2005

Postseason playoff appearances

8 1974, 1976, 1986, 1988, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2011

Undefeated seasons

4 1893, 1898, 1903, 1907

9-win seasons

1 2005

10-win seasons

1 2011

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

13, 1930-1931 15, 1902-1904 18,029 19,537 119 37 77 53 5 19

Sports Information

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 mailing 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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2012 Washburn FOOTBALL SCHEDULE NOTES Day, Date

Opponent

Thurs., Aug. 30 *Nebraska-Kearney Sat., Sept. 8 *at Fort Hays State Sat., Sept. 15 *Northeastern State Sat., Sept. 22 *at Central Oklahoma Sat., Sept. 29 *Southwest Baptist Sat., Oct. 6 *at Lincoln Sat., Oct. 13 *Truman Sat., Oct. 20 *at Lindenwood Sat., Oct. 27 *Northwest Missouri Sat., Nov. 3 *at Missouri Western Sat., Sept. 10 *Emporia State

Time

6 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 2:37 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1 p.m.

Series

UNK leads 14-6 WU leads 40-23-3 Series tied 1-1 WU leads 1-0 WU leads 14-5 WU leads 4-0 TSU leads 18-11 First meeting NWMSU leads 25-6 MWSU leads 21-17-2 Series tied 51-51-6

Percentages returning for 2012 season Rushing Yards Rushing Attempts Rushing Touchdowns Passing Yards Passing Attempts Passing Touchdowns Receptions Receiving Yards Receiving Touchdowns Points Scored Punts Punting Yards Punt Returns Punt Return Yards Kickoff Returns Kickoff Return Yards Total Offensive Yards Total Offensive Plays All-Purpose Yards Interceptions Tackles Tackles for Loss Sacks

39.8% (779 of 1,955) 35.9% (167 of 464) 26.9% (7 of 26) 5.1% (216 of 4,305) 4.6% (23 of 505) 2.5% (1 of 39) 63.4% (185 of 292) 64.1% (2,757 of 4,305) 71.8% (28 of 39) 64.1% (322 of 502) 69.1% (38 of 55) 70.9% (1,522 of 2,147) 78.6% (11 of 14) 100% (47 of 47) 81.3% (39 of 48) 85.7% (832 of 969) 13.1% (818 of 6,260) 20.6% (200 of 969) 61.1% (4,592 of 7,523) 57.9% (11 of 19) 62.3% (657 of 1054) 67.8% (61 of 90) 65.2% (21.5 of 33)

Notes

First conference meeting since 1988 WU has won six of the last seven meetings First meeting since the 1988 season Game will be the MIAA’s Game of the Week First meeting since 2007 season, WU has won the last five games WU’s first game in Jefferson City since a 63-21 win on 09/09/2000 Last game with TSU as MIAA foe, WU has won the last five games Lindenwood joins the MIAA for the 2012 season in all sports Last eight games has had average winning margin of 6.3 points WU has won four of the last six games WU has won the last eight games played in the series

Top three returning statistical leaders Rushing GP-GS Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G McPherson,Sean 13-0 132 782 46 736 5.6 6 75 56.6 Salum,Justin 8-0 19 99 0 99 5.2 1 17 12.4 Beard,DaJuan 13-13 1 2 0 2 2.0 0 2 0.2 PASSING GP-GS Effic Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G Buhler,Mitch 5-0 141.6 11-20-0 55.0 167 1 41 33.4 Beard,DaJuan 13-13 511.6 1-1-0 100.0 49 0 49 3.8 RECEIVING GP-GS Beard,DaJuan 13-13 Kobbeman,Matt 13-4 Hurst,Tore 13-13

No. Yds Avg TD Long 62 1029 16.6 15 58 56 739 13.2 3 67 38 591 15.6 8 46

Avg/G 79.2 56.8 45.5

Top Three Returning Defensive Statistical Leaders

Taylor,Jahmil Atagi,Bryce Williams,Willie

GP-GS 13-13 13-13 13-12

UT 55 48 32

AT 57 53 51

TT TFL-Yds 112 9.5-30 101 10.0-46 83 4.0-14

Sacks-Yds 4.0-18 3.5-22 0.5- 1

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 82-7 (.921) 118-21 (.848) 9 (2011) 7 (2010) PSU 63-26 (.708) 94-31 (.752) 5 (2011) 3 (2011) 2 (2010) — 2-0 UCM 59-30 (.663) 79-35 (.693) 2 (2010) 1 (2003) 1 (2011) — 0-1 MWSU 58-31 (.651) 79-39 (.669) 3 (2011) 1 (2003) 5 (2009) — 4-1 WU 55-34 (.618) 72-44 (.621) 3 (2011) 1 (2005) 1 (2005) — 1-0 1 (2010) — 1-0 ESU 32-57 (.360) 49-62 (.441) 1 (2003) 1 (2003) 1 (2002) — 1-0 TSU 28-61 (.315) 40-70 (.364) MSSU 26-63 (.292) 39-69 (.361) FHSU# 12-42 (.222) 20-46 (.303) SBU% 7-46 (.132) 12-54 (.182) LU& 0-9 (.000) 1-9 (.100) UCO* 0-0 (.000) 0-0 (.000) NSU* 0-0 (.000) 0-0 (.000) LWU* 0-0 (.000) 0-0 (.000) UNK* 0-0 (.000) 0-0 (.000) Teams no longer in the MIAA ^UNO 17-10 (.630) 19-15 (.559) 1 (2008) 1 (2009) — 0-1 ##UMR 2-25 (.080) 3-30 (.091) Key Legend #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, rejoined prior to 2012 season ^Joined MIAA before 2008 season, canceled program after 2011 season *All joined the league prior to the 2012 season //////////////////////////////////////

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No. Name Pos 1 Devon Connors DB 2 Bryce Atagi LB 3 Hayden Groves RB 4 Ryan Macken LB 5 Tyrell Brown QB 6 Jordan Nelson DB 7 Patrick Jean DB 8 Justin Salum WR 9 Joel Piper QB 10 Mitch Buhler QB 11 Payton Iverson LB 12 Mark Fancher WR 13 Chad Williams QB 14 Connor Crimmins WR 15 Matt Kobbeman WR 16 Calvin Kenney FS 17 DaJuan Beard WR 18 Jerame Littell QB 19 David Gauntt QB 21 Schuyler Jackson WR 22 Sean McPherson RB 23 Jahmil Taylor LB 24 T.J. Shine DB 25 Jordan Walker RB 26 Willie Williams LB 27 Lee Edwards WR 28 Donnie Lockhart RB 29 Brit Dewey DB 30 Jon Clark LB 31 Jaime Myers LB 32 Dwayne Joseph DB 34 Kameron Stewart RB 36 Alec Steuber LB 37 Isaac Wright LB 38 Shay Wooten FS 39 Steven Dudley DB 41 Kyle Brunson RB 42 Tyler Lutz PK 43 Mark Kolmer LB 44 Stanley Travis FB 45 Jeremy Linn PK 46 Aaron Hummert P 47 Ben Muiller TE 48 Cody Heiman LB 49 Devon Haynes LB 50 Lionel Cobb LB 51 Cameron Brown OL 52 Adebayo Oladapo DE 54 Kyle Duncan OL 55 Dylan Ready OL 56 Tyler Ewy DT 57 Mitch Krasnican LB 58 Alex Dowty DE 59 John Weekly LB 60 Luke Yoder OL 62 Darion Hillman OL 63 Aleck Boyd OL 64 Michael Miller OL 65 Rayshawn Cato OL 67 Montae Jones, Jr. OL 68 Steve Dieckhaus OL 71 Jake Cervantes DT 72 Bryan Dale DL 73 Jordon McCallister OL 74 Michael Lisher OL 76 Mike Farmer OL 77 John Clay OL 78 Troy Penny DL 79 Thomas Cunningham OL 81 Jamie Kostelac TE 82 Jeremy Carlisle WR

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

Wt 180 225 185 226 212 170 185 220 215 180 217 190 175 180 180 190 195 205 180 180 207 223 185 195 193 205 195 170 208 205 185 180 195 240 210 190 195 192 224 245 190 175 237 220 210 185 295 256 285 285 255 225 247 220 276 297 255 270 300 325 302 287 303 302 260 294 320 245 367 225 165

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

Hometown High School Aurora, Colo. Overland Shawnee, Kan. Shawnee Mission Northwest Olathe, Kan. Olathe East Truckee, Calif. Tahoe-Truckee Topeka, Kan. Topeka West Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan Miami, Fla. Monsignor Pace Arvada, Colo. Arvada West McPherson, Kan. McPherson Rossville, Kan. Rossville Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln North Star Shawnee, Kan. Shawnee Mission Northwest Chapman, Kan. Chapman Topeka, Kan. Shawnee Heights Topeka, Kan. Shawnee Heights Riley, Kan. Riley County Kansas City, Mo. Raytown South Stillwater, Okla. Stillwater Topeka, Kan. Shawnee Heights Shawnee, Kan. Shawnee Mission Northwest Franklinville, N.J. Delsea Regional Aurora, Colo. Grandview Wichita, Kan. Northwest Kansas City, Mo. Rockhurst Berkeley, Mo. McCluer South St. Charles, Mo. Francis Howell North Topeka, Kan. Shawnee Heights Silver Lake, Kan. Silver Lake St. Peter’s, Mo. Francis Howell Central Norman, Okla. Norman Slidell, La. Northshore St. Louis, Mo. Clayton Topeka, Kan. Hayden Kansas City, Kan. Washington Salina, Kan. Salina Central Parkville, Mo. Park Hill South Shawnee, Kan. Mill Valley Topeka, Kan. Seaman Emporia, Kan. Emporia St. Louis, Mo. Hazelwood West Abilene, Kan. Abilene St. Louis, Mo. Parkway North Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence Baileyville, Kan. Baileyville B&B Wichita, Kan. Wichita Heights West Palm Beach, Fla. Palm Beach Lakes St. Louis, Mo. Chaminade College Prep Florissant, Mo. Hazelwood West Topeka, Kan. Washburn Rural Topeka, Kan. Washburn Rural Louisburg, Kan. Louisburg Rainier, Wash. Rainier Mustang, Okla. Mustang San Francisco, Calif. Balboa Silver Lake, Kan. Silver Lake Kansas City, Kan. Shawnee Mission Northwest Topeka, Kan. Topeka West Lansing, Kan. Lansing Midwest City, Okla. Carl Albert St. Louis, Mo. Parkway North St. Charles, Mo. Francis Howell Central Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln Northeast Kansas City, Mo. Park Hill Junction City, Kan. Junction City Lawrence, Kan. Free State Manchester, Mo. Parkway South East St. Louis, Ill. East St. Louis St. Louis, Mo. Lutheran North Memphis, Tenn. Raliegh Egypt Blue Springs, Mo. Bishop Miege Tonganoxie, Kan. Tonganoxie

Previous School Coffeyville CC

Mesa CC Arizona Butler CC Air Force Prep

Coffeyville CC Southern Illinois/Butler Alcorn State

Independence CC/Kansas Fort Scott CC

Hutchinson CC

City College of San Francisco Ottawa

Nebraska-Omaha Akron Coffeyville CC

Alphabetical Roster 2 Bryce Atagi LB 17 DaJuan Beard WR Christian Boehm FB 91 Jeremy Boyd DE 63 Aleck Boyd OL 51 Cameron Brown OL Josh Brown DE 5 Tyrell Brown QB 41 Kyle Brunson RB 85 Matt Buhler WR 10 Mitch Buhler QB Damion Butler DB 82 Jeremy Carlisle WR 65 Rayshawn Cato OL 71 Jake Cervantes DT Cameron Chapman WR 30 Jon Clark LB 77 John Clay 50 Lionel Cobb LB 1 Devon Connors DB John Copeland PK 14 Connor Crimmins WR 79 Thomas Cunningham OL Skylar Curtis WR 72 Bryan Dale DL Derek Deeds S Michael Dell LB 29 Brit Dewey DB 68 Steve Dieckhaus OL Brandon Downing FS 58 Alex Dowty DE 39 Steven Dudley DB 54 Kyle Duncan OL 27 Lee Edwards WR Sam Eickhoff FB 56 Tyler Ewy DT 12 Mark Fancher WR 76 Mike Farmer OL Dominic Foreman DB Zach Franklin DB Frederick Freeman, Jr. LB 19 David Gauntt QB Tevin Geddis DB 83 Brad Gourley WR 3 Hayden Groves RB 86 Jordan Hart WR Terek Hawkins RB 49 Devon Haynes LB 48 Cody Heiman LB Carl Hendricks LB 62 Darion Hillman OL Cameron Hishaw DE 46 Aaron Hummert P 84 Tore’ Hurst TE 11 Payton Iverson LB 90 Cameron Jackson DE 21 Schuyler Jackson WR 7 Patrick Jean DB Antonio Johnson WR Chad Johnson WR 32 Dwayne Joseph DB 92 Jayveri Kelly DL 16 Calvin Kenney FS 15 Matt Kobbeman WR 43 Mark Kolmer LB 81 Jamie Kostelac TE 57 Mitch Krasnican LB Myles Krieger LB 45 Jeremy Linn PK 74 Michael Lisher OL

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///////// Alphabetical Roster 18 Jerame Littell QB 28 Donnie Lockhart RB 87 Adam Luthi TE 42 Tyler Lutz PK 4 Ryan Macken LB Spenser Matthews DE 73 Jordon McCallister OL Cooper McCoy LB 22 Sean McPherson RB 88 Ryan Mertz TE 64 Michael Miller OL Jordan Mitchell WR 67 Montae Jones, Jr. OL 47 Ben Muiller TE 31 Jaime Myers LB 6 Jordan Nelson DB 52 Adebayo Oladapo DE Sam Olberding WR Trey Parker DL 78 Troy Penny DL Kyle Perry RB 9 Joel Piper QB De’Rion Rambo WR 55 Dylan Ready OL DeAnthony Rimmer FS 96 Mark Rollison DL 8 Justin Salum WR Josh Sanders DE Donald Sankey TE 24 T.J. Shine DB 36 Alec Steuber LB 34 Kameron Stewart RB 93 Jacob Stone DL 23 Jahmil Taylor LB 44 Stanley Travis FB Jaxon Tupper LB 89 Corey Walker DE 25 Jordan Walker RB 59 John Weekly LB 13 Chad Williams QB 26 Willie Williams LB Jake Wingo LB 38 Shay Wooten FS 37 Isaac Wright LB 60 Luke Yoder OL

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No. Name Pos Ht Wt Class Hometown High School Previous School 83 Brad Gourley WR 6-0 193 So. Olathe, Kan. Olathe South Mid-America Nazarene 84 Tore’ Hurst TE 6-2 240 Jr. St. Louis, Mo. McCluer North 85 Matt Buhler WR 6-4 195 So. Rossville, Kan. Rossville 86 Jordan Hart WR 6-2 175 Fr. McPherson, Kan. McPherson 87 Adam Luthi TE 6-3 245 RS-Fr. Holton, Kan. Holton 88 Ryan Mertz TE 6-7 237 Sr. St. Charles, Mo. Francis Howell Central 89 Corey Walker DE 6-3 263 Sr. Paola, Kan. Paola 90 Cameron Jackson DE 6-2 254 Sr. Lawton, Okla. Lawton Western Illinois 91 Jeremy Boyd DE 6-1 235 RS-Fr. Silver Lake, Kan. Silver Lake 92 Jayveri Kelly DL 6-3 295 Sr. West Palm Beach, Fla. Forest Hill North Iowa Area 93 Jacob Stone DL 6-4 250 RS-Fr. Creve Coeur, Mo. Parkway North 96 Mark Rollison DL 6-1 253 R-Fr. Kansas City, Mo. Park Hill Christian Boehm FB 5-8 190 Fr. Lincoln, Neb. Southeast Josh Brown DE 6-2 210 Fr. Defiance, Mo. Francis Howell Damion Butler DB 5-9 185 Jr. Landover, Md. Northwestern Mesabi Range CC Cameron Chapman WR 6-4 180 Fr. Topeka, Kan. Washburn Rural John Copeland PK 5-10 175 RS-Fr. Topeka, Kan. Topeka High Skylar Curtis WR 6-2 185 Fr. Topeka, Kan. Washburn Rural Derek Deeds S 5-11 190 Fr. Yukon, Okla. Yukon Michael Dell LB 6-0 175 RS-Fr. San Antonio, Texas Johnson Brandon Downing FS 6-0 195 So. Edmond, Okla. Edmond North Sam Eickhoff FB 6-0 242 RS-Fr. Parkville, Mo. Park Hill South Dominic Foreman DB 6-0 190 So. Kansas City, Kan. Washington Coffeyville CC/Kansas Zach Franklin DB 6-0 175 Fr. Wichita, Kan. Wichita Northwest Frederick Freeman, Jr. LB 6-1 210 Fr. Wichita, Kan. Wichita South Tevin Geddis DB 5-10 175 Fr. Wichita, Kan. Wichita Northwest Terek Hawkins RB 5-6 155 Fr. Florissant, Mo. Saint Louis University Carl Hendricks LB 6-0 220 Fr. East St. Louis, Mo. Hazelwood Central Cameron Hishaw DE 6-3 210 RS-Fr. Oklahoma City, Okla. Midwest City Antonio Johnson WR 6-0 203 Jr. Kansas City, Kan. Washington Chad Johnson WR 6-0 175 Fr. Overland Park, Kan. Olathe East Myles Krieger LB 5-11 195 R-Fr. Kansas City, Mo. Park Hill South Missouri Valley Spenser Matthews DE 6-3 218 Fr. Fenton, Mo. Rockwood Summit Cooper McCoy LB 6-2 210 Fr. Leawood, Kan. Blue Valley Jordan Mitchell WR 6-4 210 Fr. Platte City, Mo. Platte City Sam Olberding WR 6-2 198 RS-Fr. Centralia, Kan. Centralia Trey Parker DL 6-5 255 Fr. Franklinville, N.J. Delsea Regional Kyle Perry RB 5-9 175 Fr. Hesston, Kan. Hesston De’Rion Rambo WR 5-11 170 Fr. Kansas City, Mo. Park Hill DeAnthony Rimmer FS 6-0 180 So. Kansas City, Mo. Raytown South Emporia State Josh Sanders DE 6-3 205 Fr. Kansas City, Mo. University Academy Donald Sankey TE 6-5 260 Jr. Junction City, Kan. Junction City Butler County Jaxon Tupper LB 5-10 190 Fr. Stilwell, Kan. Blue Valley Jake Wingo LB 6-0 220 Fr. Independence, Mo. Truman Roster and heights and weights as of July 2, 2012 Coaching Staff Craig Schurig (Head Coach); Rob Robinson (Offensive Coordinator / Running Backs); Brock Luke (Defensive Coordinator / Defensive Line / Recruiting Coordinator); Eric Eisenbarth (Assistant Coach / Offensive Line); Josh Osborn (Assistant Coach / Wide Receivers); Jeff Schwinn (Assistant Coach / Secondary / Special Teams Coordinator); LaRon Moore (Assistant Coach / Defensive Backs); David Trupp (Strength and Conditioning); Corey Schultz (Graduate Assistant / Tight Ends); Jeff Lyster (Graduate Assistant / Defensive Line); Frank Crossen (Volunteer Assistant / Free Safeties); Travis Brown (Volunteer Assistant / Punters); T.D. Hicks (Volunteer Assistant); Kaleb Koch (Student Assistant / Defensive Backs); Dane Simoneau (Graduate Assistant / Quarterbacks); Brandon Walker (Graduate Assistant / Running Backs); Casey Curran (Graduate Assistant / Defensive Secondary)

Pronunciation Guide Players 2 Bryce Atagi 8 Justin Salum 15 Matt Kobbeman 17 DaJuan Beard 18 Jarame Littell 52 Adebayo Oladapo 56 Tyler Ewy 81 Jamie Kostelac 87 Adam Luthi 92 Jayveri Kelly 95 Cameron Hishaw

Ah-TOG-ee Sahl-um Co-bah-man Day-juan Lit-tell Odd-e-by-o All-ah-dop-oh A-vee Coast-e-lack Lu-tie Jay-ver-ee High-shaw

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OFFENSE Pos.

Name 10 Mitch Buhler 9 Joel Piper RB 28 Donnie Lockhart 3 Hayden Groves 22 Sean McPherson FB 47 Ben Muiller 44 Stanley Travis X-WR 83 Matt Kobbeman 12 Mark Fancher Z-WR 17 DaJuan Beard 21 Schuyler Jackson TE 84 Toré Hurst 88 Ryan Mertz LT 68 Steve Dieckhaus Michael Miller LG 74 Michael Lisher 73 Jordon McCallister C 54 Kyle Duncan 60 Luke Yoder RG 62 Darion Hillman 51 Camron Brown RT 55 Dylan Ready 76 Mike Farmer

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Coaches Opponents Review The MIAA

Records History

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

WT 180 215 195 185 207 237 245 180 190 185 180 240 237 302 270 260 302 285 276 297 295 285 294

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

Hometown Rossville, Kan. McPherson, Kan. Topeka, Kan. Olathe, Kan. Franklinville, N.J. Lawrence, Kan. St. Louis, Mo. Topeka, Kan. Shawnee, Kan. Kansas City, Mo. Shawnee, Kan. St. Louis, Mo. St. Charles, Mo. St. Charles, Mo. Lansing, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Junction City, Kan. Topeka, Kan. Silver Lake, Kan. Kansas City, Kan. St. Louis, Mo. Topeka, Kan. Manchester, Mo.

GS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 18 0 15 11 29 0 0 0 13 0 13 0 1 0

GP 5 0 0 0 13 1 10 17 21 23 10 24 34 35 0 3 0 20 0 17 0 10 7

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

WT 263 256 295 303 287 255 254 247 226 205 225 240 223 224 193 208 170 185 180 170 190 190

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

Hometown Paola, Kan. Florissant, Mo. West Palm Beach, Fla. Kansas City, Mo. Lincoln, Neb. Louisburg, Kan. Lawton, Okla. Mustang, Okla. Truckee, Calif. Norman, Okla. Shawnee, Kan. Kansas City, Kan. Aurora, Colo. Emporia, Kan. Berkeley, Mo. St. Peter’s, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Miami, Fla. Aurora, Colo. Silver Lake, Kan. Riley, Kan. Parkville, Mo.

GS 12 0 13 0 0 2 12 0 1 0 15 0 32 0 10 0 0 0 13 0 9 0

GP 26 17 13 12 21 7 14 4 13 0 25 0 38 12 24 20 0 13 19 0 13 10

HT 6-2 6-3 6-0 6-2

WT 175 190 192 175

Class So. Sr. Jr. So.

Hometown St. Louis, Mo. Abilene, Kan. Topeka, Kan. St. Louis, Mo.

GS 13 13 0 13

GP 13 13 2 13

6-2 6-0 5-10 6-2

195 190 180 195

Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

Kansas City, Mo. Shawnee, Kan. Aurora, Colo. Kansas City, Mo.

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DEFENSE Pos. DE RT LT DE OLB ILB ILB OLB RCB LCB FS

Name 89 Corey Walker 52 Adebayo Oladapo 92 Jayveri Kelly 72 Bryan Dale 71 Jake Cervantes 56 Tyler Ewy 90 Cameron Jackson 58 Alex Dowty 4 Ryan Macken 31 Jaime Myers 2 Bryce Atagi 37 Isaac Wright 23 Jahmil Taylor 43 Mark Kolmer 26 Willie Williams 30 John Clark 6 Jordan Nelson 7 Patrick Jean 1 Devon Connors 29 Brit Dewey 16 Calvin Kenney 39 Steve Dudley

True Freshmen Offense Christian Boehm Rayshawn Cato Cameron Chapman Skylar Curtis Jordan Hart Terek Hawkins Chad Johnson Jerame Littell Michael Miller Jordan Mitchell Kyle Perry Jordan Walker

FB, 5-8, 190 OL, 6-3, 300 WR, 6-4, 180 WR, 6-2, 185 WR, 6-2, 175 RB, 5-6, 155 WR, 6-0, 175 QB, 6-5, 205 OL, 6-5, 270 WR, 6-4, 210 RB, 5-9, 175 RB, 5-11, 195

Defense Josh Brown Derek Deeds Zach Franklin Frederick Freeman, Jr. Tevin Geddis Cody Heiman Carl Hendricks Willis Lusk Spenser Matthews Cooper McCoy Trey Parker Josh Sanders Jaxon Tupper Jake Wingo

DE, 6-2, 210 S, 5-11, 190 DB, 6-0, 175 LB, 6-1, 210 DB, 5-10, 175 LB, 6-3, 220 LB, 6-0, 220 DL, 5-9, 275 DE, 6-3, 218 LB, 6-2, 210 DL, 6-5, 255 DE, 6-3, 205 LB, 5-10, 190 LB, 6-0, 220

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Kyle Brunson So., RB, Fort Scott CC Damion Butler Jr, DB, Mesabi Range CC John Clay RS-Fr., OL, Akron Lee Edwards Jr., WR, Alcorn State Dominic Foreman So., DB, Kansas Brad Gourley So., WR, Mid-American Nazarene Hayden Groves Jr., RB, Coffeyville CC Jamie Kostelac So., TE, Coffeyville CC Myles Krieger RS-Fr., LB, Missouri Valley Joel Piper So., QB, Butler County CC DeAnthony Rimmer SO, FS, Emporia State Donald Sankey Jr., TE, Fort Hays State John Weekly Jr., LB, City College San Francisco Isaac Wright Jr., LB, Kansas

SPECIALISTS Pos. Name P 46 Aaron Hummert PK/KO 45 Jeremy Linn 42 Tyler Lutz H 46 Aaron Hummert SS -----LS -----PR 17 DaJuan Beard KOR 12 Mark Fancher 1 Devon Connors 17 DaJuan Beard

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Ichabod Offense

The Washburn Ichabods are coming off their best offensive season in school history after setting school records for total offense, scoring and passing offense. That same Ichabod offense finished fourth in the nation in passing offense and fifth in total offense in the NCAA Division II rankings. Of that offense from one year ago, the Ichabods return six starters with three skill position players and three offensive linemen plus another four returners who saw action in at least 10 games from the recordsetting unit. The Ichabods will have to find replacements for consensus All-American quarterback Dane Simoneau and the New Orleans’ Saints offensive lineman Brian Folkerts, but experience is there which will help the squad this season. Headlining the returners is preseason AllAmerican and the lone returning All-American selection in junior wide receiver DaJuan Beard.

Quarterbacks The Ichabods for the first time since the 2008 season will have a new signalcaller as Dane Simoneau will move from the field to the sidelines as a graduate assistant. Entering the fall camp, sophomore Mitch Buhler and sophomore transfer Joel Piper are the frontrunners to lead the Ichabod offense. Buhler appeared in five games as a true freshman passing for 167 yards and a touchdown. Piper joined the Ichabods in time for spring practice after transferring from Butler County after an all-state career at McPherson. Running Backs The Ichabods will have a pair of new faces at running back as Justin Cooper wrapped up his career with over 2,000 yards rushing, which is fourth on the all-time Washburn chart. Sophomore Sean McPherson, who rushed for 736 yards as a redshirt freshman suffered a knee injury and will miss this season. Redshirt freshman Donnie Lockhart, who rushed for 1,700 yards and 23 touchdowns as a senior and junior college transfer Hayden Groves, who rushed for more than 500 yards at Coffeyville will both compete for time at running back.

Fullback Washburn will have a pair of players competing for time at fullback as sophomore Ben Muiller and junior Stanley Travis will compete for time. Muiller saw time last season at tight end and Travis has dropped more than 45 pounds moving from an offensive line position into a lead blocker role. Wide Receivers Washburn returns its top two receivers from a season ago in juniors DaJuan Beard and Matt Kobbeman. Beard was an honorable mention All-American selection last season after recording 62 catches for 1,029 yards and 15 touchdowns which led the MIAA. Beard is also a preseason All-American selection entering the season. Kobbeman was second on the team with 56 catches for 739 yards and three touchdowns. The Ichabods also return fellow junior Mark Fancher who led the team with a 26.6 yards per reception average pulling down five catches for 133 yards. Another junior, Schuyler Jackson had three catches last season for 33 yards. Offensive Line The Ichabods return three starters off the offensive line which helped to

produce the highest-ranked offensive unit in school history. Senior left tackle Steve Dieckhaus was an honorable mention all-MIAA pick last season as was junior center Kyle Duncan. Junior right guard Darion Hillman also returns after starting all 13 games last season. At right tackle sophomore Dylan Ready played in 10 games starting one as a true freshman. Sophomore guard Michael Lisher moves into the left guard position after playing in three games. Redshirt freshmen Jordan McCallister, Luke Yoder and Cameron Brown will compete for time as will sophomore Mike Farmer after splitting time between the offensive line and tight end last season.

Tight Ends The Ichabods return a pair of starters with 26 combined starts and 58 combined appearances. Junior TorĂŠ Hurst, who started all 13 games last season recording 591 receiving yards and eight touchdowns and senior Ryan Mertz, who had 12 catches for 179 yards and two touchdowns are back. Both will see time along with transfer sophomore Jamie Kostelac from Coffeyville.

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The Washburn defensive unit returns eight starters from last season returning 63 percent of its tackles, 68 percent of its tackles for loss and 65 percent of its sacks from the 2011 campaign. The Ichabod returners are spread through out the unit as three defensive lineman, three linebackers and two members of the secondary. Of the remaining players returning from last season, the Ichabods have experience at every position returning amounting to more than 100 games of action played. The Ichabods finished 37th in the nation in sacks last season as well as fourth in the MIAA in total defense.

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Secondary The Ichabods will have two starters returning as one will be moving positions. Junior Devon Connors returns at one cornerback position after starting 13 games in 2011 recording 52 tackles and an interception and sophomore Calvin Kenney will be dropping back to a safety position after starting the final eight games of the season at a cornerback spot. The Ichabods will have a fresh face at the rightside cornerback in redshirt freshman Jordan Nelson. Senior Patrick Jean returns after missing last season with a hamstring injury as does redshirt freshman Brit Dewey at one cornerback and T.J. Shine, a senior transfer from Southern Illinois who will compete for time. At free safety senior Steve Dudley returns to add experience to the secondary.

Jayveri Kelly

Defensive Line Up front Washburn returns seniors Cory Walker at defensive end and Jayveri Kelly at right tackle from the starters last season as well as senior Cameron Jackson who returns after missing most of the 2011 season after an injury. Kelly was an honorable mention all-MIAA pick after tallying 46 tackles with nine for loss with three sacks in his first season as a starter. Walker had 36 tackles with eight for loss and 3.5 sacks. Senior Jake Cervantes moves into a starting position on the inside of the line after appearing in 10 games as a junior. Pushing for playing time will be junior end Adebayo Oladapo,

who had 27 tackles with seven for loss and two interceptions and sophomore Alex Dowty who had eight tackles. On the inside sophomores Byran Dale and Tyler Ewy will be in the mix for playing time giving the defensive line depth at all four positions.

Bryce Atagi

Linebackers The Ichabod linebacking corps returns three of the top five tacklers from the 2011 season in senior Jahmil Taylor (112 tackles) and juniors Bruce Atagi (101 tackles) and Willie Williams (83 tackles). Atagi was a second team all-MIAA selection and a regional third team pick while Taylor earned second team all-MIAA honors as well. Junior Ryan Macken, who started a game last season while playing in all 13 recording 21 tackles, joins the trio in the starting line up. Jaime Myers, a redshirt freshman, along with sophomore Mark Kolmer (24 tackles in 2011) will also see time as will senior John Clark (16 tackles). New to the mix is junior transfer Isaac Wright who had 35 tackles playing in all 12 games at Kansas last season.

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The Washburn special team units have all of the major components returning from the 2011 season. Last season the Ichabods finished 33rd in the nation in net punting while the kickoff return unit averaged more than 20 yards per return.

Punter Sophomore Aaron Hummert returns after averaging 40.1 yards per punt in his first season as an Ichabod. His punting average was fourth in the MIAA and it was the seventh-best single-season average in Washburn history.

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Placekickers Senior Jeremy Linn returns after connecting on his last seven field goals of the season hitting 12 of 16 overall while going 57 of 62 in point after touchdown attempts. He hit a season-long of 41 yards against Pittsburg State in the regular season and was 6 of 6 in field goal attempts under 30 yards.

Returners Junior Mark Fancher will handle kickoff returns for the second straight season. He averaged 25.5 yards per return on 24 attempts. He will be joined by junior Devon Connors who had six returns for 146 yards averaging 24.3 yards per return. The punt returning unit will look to improve on its 3.2 yards per return average from 2011. Junior DaJuan Beard had 10 returns for 47 yards.

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Squad Hometowns Kansas: (56) Abilene: Jeremy Linn Baileyville: Cody Heiman Centralia: Sam Olberding Chapman: Chad Williams Emporia: Mark Kolmer Hesston: Kyle Perry Holton: Adam Luthi Junction City: Jordon McCallister, Donald Sankey Kansas City: Isaac Wright, Darion Hillman, Antonio Johnson, Dominic Foreman Lansing: Michael Miller Lawrence: Ben Muiller, Michael Lisher Leawood: Cooper McCoy Louisburg: Tyler Ewy Manhattan: Jordan Nelson McPherson: Joel Piper, Jordan Hart Olathe: Hayden Groves, Brad Gourley Overland Park: Chad Johnson Paola: Corey Walker Riley: Calvin Kenney Rossville: Mitch Buhler, Matt Buhler Salina: Shay Wooten Shawnee: Bryce Atagi, Mark Fancher, Schuyler Jackson, Kyle Brunson Silver Lake: Brit Dewey, Luke Yoder, Jeremy Boyd

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Stilwell: Jaxon Tupper Tonganoxie: Jeremy Carlisle Topeka: Tyrell Brown, Connor Crimmins, Matt Kobbeman, David Gauntt, Donnie Lockhart, Alec Steuber, Tyler Lutz, Kyle Duncan, Dylan Ready, Aleck Boyd, Cameron Chapman, John Copeland, Skylar Curtis Wichita: T.J. Shine, Devon Haynes, Zach Franklin, Frederick Freeman, Jr., Tevin Geddis Missouri: (30) Berkeley: Willie Williams Blue Springs: Jamie Kostelac Creve Coeur: Jacob Stone Defiance: Josh Brown East St. Louis: Carl Hendricks Fenton: Spenser Matthews Florissant: Adebayo Oladapo, Terek Hawkins Independence: Jake Wingo Kansas City: DaJuan Beard, Jordan Walker, Bryan Dale, Mark Rollison, Myles Krieger, De’Rion Rambo, DeAnthony Rimmer, Josh Sanders Manchester: Mike Farmer Parkville: Steven Dudley, Sam Eickhoff Platte City: Jordan Mitchell

St. Charles: Steve Dieckhaus, Ryan Mertz St. Louis: Kameron Stewart, Stanley Travis, Aaron Hummert, Cameron Brown, Montae Jones, Jr., Troy Penny, Tore’ Hurst St. Peter’s: Jon Clark Oklahoma: (9) Edmond: Brandon Downing Lawton: Cameron Jackson Midwest City: Rayshawn Cato, Willis Lusk Mustang: Alex Dowty Oklahoma City: Cameron Hishaw Norman: Jaime Myers Stillwater: Jerame Littell Yukon: Derek Deeds Colorado: (3) Arvada: Justin Salum Aurora: Jahmil Taylor, Devon Connors Florida: (3) Miami: Patrick Jean West Palm Beach: Lionel Cobb, Jayveri Kelly

New Jersey: (2) Franklinville: Sean McPherson, Trey Parker California (2) San Francisco: John Weekly Truckee: Ryan Macken Texas: (1) San Antonio: Michael Dell Washington: (1) Rainier: Mitch Krasnican Louisiana: (1) Slidell: Dwayne Joseph Maryland: (1) Landover: Damion Butler Tennessee: (1) Memphis: Thomas Cunningham Illinois: (1) East St. Louis: John Clay

Nebraska: (3) Lincoln: Payton Iverson, Jake Cervantes, Christian Boehm

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5-10 | 232 | Junior Shawnee, Kan. Shawnee Mission Northwest HS

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At Washburn: Returns to a starting inside linebacker position after starting all 13 games as a sophomore … has made 15 career starts playing in 25 games recording 151 tackles with 73 solo stops with 14.5 tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks and two interceptions returning one for a touchdown. In 2011: Started all 13 games recording 101 tackles with 48 solo stops en route to second team all-MIAA honors and third team Don Hansen Football Gazette all-region honors … also added 10 tackles for loss for 46 yards and 3.5 sacks … recorded two interceptions returning one 50 yards for a touchdown against Pittsburg State in the NCAA playoffs … had a career-high 13 tackles against Truman … a two-time winner of the Ichabod defensive skill position player of the week. In 2010: Started two games while playing in all 12 recording 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

Atagi’s Game Highs Points scored: 6, at Pittsburg State, Nov 26, 2011 Touchdowns: 1, at Pittsburg State, Nov 26, 2011 All-purpose yards: 50, at Pittsburg State, Nov 26, 2011 Interceptions: 1, two times Long interception return: 50, at Pittsburg State, Nov 26, 2011 Tackles: 13, at Truman, Oct 08, 2011 (7-6) Sacks: 1.5, Abilene Christian, Nov 19, 2011 (1-1) Tackles for loss: 2.5, two times Fumbles forced: 1, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 Fumbles recovered: 1, two times Pass breakups: 2, Missouri Western, Sep 22, 2011

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Wide Receiver 6-2 | 195 | Junior Kansas City, Mo. Raytown HS

At Washburn: Enters junior season fifth on the Ichabod touchdown reception chart with 20 having started 18 of 23 games played … he is 12th in all-time reception yards with 1,403 and 13th with 88 career receptions … a returning All-American. In 2011: Recorded 1,029 receiving yards on 62 receptions earning second team allMIAA and honorable mention All-American honors starting all 13 games …his 15 touchdown receptions tied for the second-most in a single season in school history … he led the MIAA in touchdown receptions and was fifth in yards per game and

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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: Son of Stone and Diana Atagi … majoring in education. Atagi’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2010 12-2 25 25 50 2 4.5/12 2.0/5 0 1 0 2011 13-13 48 53 101 6 10.0/46 3.5/22 1 1 2 Totals 25-15 73 78 151 8 14.5/58 5.5/27 1 2 2

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///////// eighth in receptions per game … had a career-high 141 receiving yards against Missouri Southern with two touchdown catches and had three touchdown catches against Central Oklahoma and Northwest Missouri in back-to-back weeks … recorded an interception against Abilene Christian in the NCAA playoffs returning it from the end zone 43 yards … completed his only passing attempt of the season for 49 yards against Truman … finished 45th in the nation in receiving yards per game … named the Ichabods’ offensive skill player of the week three times. 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 three-year 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: Son of Alphonzo and Shanae Beard … majoring in mass media. Beard’s Career Statistics Rushing Receiving GP-GS No. Yds Avg TD Lng | Rec Yds Avg TD Lng 2010 10-5 1 -6 -6.0 0 - | 26 374 14.4 5 32 2011 13-13 1 2 2.0 0 2 | 62 1029 16.6 15 58 Totals 23-18 2 -4 -2.0 0 2 | 88 1403 15.9 20 58 2010 2011 Totals

KOR Yds Avg. Long TD 1 21 21.0 21 0 1 19 19.0 19 0 2 40 20.0 21 0

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Yds Avg. Long TD 201 11.8 37 0 47 4.7 19 0 248 9.2 37 0

Beard’s Game Highs Points scored: 18, two times Touchdowns: 3, two times Rush attempts: 1, two times Rush yards: 2, at Pittsburg State, Nov 05, 2011 (1 carries) Receptions: 9, at Missouri Southern, Sep 17, 2011 Receiving yards: 141, at Missouri Southern, Sep 17, 2011 (9 receptions) Receiving TDs: 3, two times Long reception: 58, Central Oklahoma, Oct 15, 2011 All-purpose yards: 160, at Truman State Univ., Oct 30, 2010 Punt returns: 5, at Truman State Univ., Oct 30, 2010 Punt return yards: 74, at Truman State Univ., Oct 30, 2010 (5 returns) Long punt return: 37, Emporia State, Nov 06, 2010

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At Washburn: Will compete for time on the defensive line rotation at an end position. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the defensive work team player of the week prior to the Central Oklahoma game. 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: Son of Richard Boyd and Sherry Werner … undecided on major.

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6-2 | 287 | Redshirt Freshman St. Louis, Mo. Chaminade College Prep HS At Washburn: Will compete for time on the offensive line entering fall camp as the No. 2 right guard. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named work team offensive player of the week leading up to the Lincoln game. Background: Earned first team all-state and first team all-league and second team allmetro honors as a senior … a first team all-league pick as a junior.. Personal: Son of Clayton and Ann-Marie Brown … majoring in management.

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6-2 | 276 | Redshirt Sophomore Topeka, Kan. Topeka West HS | Ottawa At Washburn: Will compete for time on the offensive line at the right guard position. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: A transfer from Ottawa where he played during the 2010 season … started on both the offensive and defensive lines as a sophomore at Topeka West … started on the offensive line as a junior and senior earning offensive player of the game twice … nominated as the scholar athlete of the week as a senior. Personal: Son of Robert and Alice Boyd … majoring in computer information science.

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6-0 | 195 | Sophomore Shawnee, Kan. Mill Valley HS | Fort Scott CC At Washburn: Joined the Ichabods for spring practice after playing one season at Fort Scott Community College. Background: Appeared in three games rushing for 121 yards and two touchdowns as a freshman at Fort Scott Community College with 115 yards coming against Independence Community College on 22 carries with both rushing scores … missed the remainder of the season with an ankle injury … as a senior at Mill Valley he rushed for a school-record 1,949 yards and 26 touchdowns on 251 carries earning first team all-state and second team all-metro honors … his junior season he rushed for over 1,500 yards and 25 touchdowns earning all-conference honors … played in the 2011 Kansas Shrine Bowl … also competed in wrestling, baseball and track. Personal: Son of Rod and Tonya Brunson … majoring in physical therapy.

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At Washburn: Enters the season as the starting quarterback after appearing in five games as a freshman. In 2011: Played in five games as a true freshman completing 11 of 20 passes for 167 yards and one touchdown …  completed six passes against Lincoln and was 4-for-6 for 79 yards and a score against Central Oklahoma …  named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. 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 rushed 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 a sophomore and first team all-league honors in basketball … four-time academic allleague pick. Personal: Son of Steve and Shelly Buhler … older brother Matt transferred to Washburn after playing two seasons of basketball at Fort Hays State … majoring in business. Buhler’s Career Statistics Passing C A Int. Pct. Yds TD Long Avg/C Avg/G Effic 2011 11 20 0 .550 167 1 41 8.4 33.4 141.6 Totals 11 20 0 .550 167 1 41 8.4 33.4 141.3

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At Washburn: Will compete for time at quarterback and may see time at a wide receiver position as well. In 2011: Made one appearance in the Lincoln game. 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: Son of Thomas and Vickie Roberts … majoring in athletic training.

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Buhler’s Game Highs Rush attempts: 6, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 Rush yards: -3, at Sioux Falls (S.D), Sep 01, 2011 (1 carry) Long rush: 7, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 Pass attempts: 12, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 Pass completions: 6, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 Pass yards: 79, Central Oklahoma, Oct 15, 2011 Pass TDs: 1, Central Oklahoma, Oct 15, 2011 Long pass: 41, Fort Hays State, Oct 29, 2011 Total offense attempts: 18, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 (6 rush,12 pass) Total ofense yards: 79, Central Oklahoma, Oct 15, 2011 (0 rush,79 pass) All-purpose yards: -3, at Sioux Falls (S.D), Sep 01, 2011

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5-9 | 185 | Junior Landover, Md. Northwestern HS | Mesabi Range CC At Washburn: Joined the Ichabods for spring practice … will compete for time on special teams. Background: A transfer from Mesabi Range CC where he earned first team all-league honors after recording 47 tackles and three interceptions … an all-region, county and all-state selection as a senior at Northwestern High School. Personal: Son of Deborah Butler … majoring in communications … his brother Julius George is a senior at Bowie State playing football.

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playoffs …recorded first career interception against Central Missouri. 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: Son of Michelle Cervantes … majoring in Kinesiology. Certantes’ Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2009 0-0 0 0 0 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 2010 11-0 4 7 11 1 2.0/2 0.0/0 0 1 0 2011 10-1 7 6 13 0 2.5/14 1.0/11 0 0 1 Totals 21-1 11 13 24 1 4.5/16 1.0/11 0 1 1

Cervantes’ Game Highs Interceptions: 1, Central Missouri, Nov 12, 2011 Tackles: 3, two times Sacks: 1.0, at Sioux Falls (S.D), Sep 01, 2011 (1-0) Tackles for loss: 1.0, 4 times Fumbles recovered: 1, Northwest Missouri, Oct 23, 2010 Pass breakups: 1, at Fort Hays State, Oct 02, 2010

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Jake Cervantes

At Washburn: Returns to a starting defensive tackle position where he started one game appearing in 10 as a junior … has appeared in 21 career games making 24 tackles with 4.5 tackles for loss with an interception. In 2011: Appeared in 10 games making one start as a junior recording 13 tackles with seven solo stops and a solo sack against Sioux Falls in the season opener …  had a season-high three tackles against Pittsburg State in the NCAA

6-2 | 212 | Senior St. Peter’s Mo. Francis Howell Central HS At Washburn: Has appeared in 20 career games making 21 tackles and enters the fall as the No. 2 safety. In 2011: Played in eight games making 16 tackles with nine solo stops … recorded a careerhigh seven stops with five solo tackles against Lincoln … 11 tackles came on special teams on kickoff coverage … named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. In 2010: Played in four games on special teams and at linebacker … named to the MIAA 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 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: Son of Doug and Christine Clark … majoring in physical education. 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 2011 8-0 9 7 16 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 Totals 20-0 12 9 21 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0

Jon Clark

At Washburn: Will compete for time at wide receiver and on special teams. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the Ichabods’ work team offensive player of the week for practice prior to the Fort Hays State game … named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. Background: Started at quarterback as a freshman and finished second in the 800m at the state track meet … as a sophomore he earned honorable mention all-league and allarea 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 all-league at quarterback rushing for 1,159 yards and 17 touchdowns. Personal: Son of Jamie and Val Carlisle … undecided on major.

Jake

Clark’s Game Highs Tackles: 7, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 (5-2)

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5-11 | 205 | Redshirt Freshman West Palm Beach, Fla. Palm Beach Lakes HS

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At Washburn: Will compete for time at inside linebacker as well as special teams after redshirting last season. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the work team defensive player of the week for practice prior to the Missouri Western game. Background: Had 17 tackles with 13 solo stops as a senior at Palm Beach Lakes High School playing offensive guard, linebacker, defensive end and tight end … a member of the honor roll. Personal: Son of Lionel Cobb and Sandrinea Taylor …  older brother Terell played football at Washburn from 2002-05 … majoring in art.

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Connors’ Game Highs Points scored: 6, at Pittsburg State, Nov 05, 2011 Touchdowns: 1, at Pittsburg State, Nov 05, 2011 All-purpose yards: 33, at Truman State Univ., Oct 08, 2011 Kick returns: 1, 6 times Kick return yards: 33, at Truman State Univ., Oct 08, 2011 (1 returns) Long kick return: 33, at Truman State Univ., Oct 08, 2011 Interceptions: 1, at Pittsburg State, Nov 26, 2011 ; Missouri Western, Sep 22, 2011 Long interception return: 17, at Pittsburg State, Nov 26, 2011 Tackles: 8, Central Missouri, Nov 12, 2011 (5-3) Tackles for loss: .5, at Emporia State, Oct 01, 2011 (0-0) Fumbles forced: 1, Missouri Western, Sep 22, 2011 Fumbles recovered: 1, at Pittsburg State, Nov 05, 2011 ; Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 Pass breakups: 2, Abilene Christian, Nov 19, 2011 ; at Northwest Mo., Oct 22, 2011

John

Copeland

Defensive Back 5-10 | 180 | Junior Aurora, Colo. Overland HS

Placekicker

At Washburn: Enters the season as a starter at left cornerback where he started 12 games last season … has appeared in 19 games recording 55 tackles with 38 solo stops and two interceptions. In 2011: Started 12 of 13 games recording 52 tackles with 36 solo stops … returned a fumble 52 yards for a touchdown against Pittsburg State … had career-high eight tackles against Central Missouri in the regular season finale … recorded interceptions against Pittsburg State and Missouri Western … also had six kickoff returns for 146 yards … named the Ichabods’ defensive skill player of the week three times during the season. 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

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selection at athlete … a two-time all-Aurora 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: Son of Derak and Timmala Connors … majoring in Kinesiology. Connors’ Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2009 5-0 2 1 3 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 2011 13-12 36 16 52 5 0.5/2 0.0/0 1 2 2 Totals 18-12 38 17 55 5 0.5/2 0.0/0 1 2 2

5-10 | 175 | Redshirt Freshman Topeka, Kan. Topeka HS At Washburn: Will compete for time on special teams handling kicking duties. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt … a member of the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. Background: Played four years of soccer at Topeka High and was a four-time second team all-league and all-region pick …was a first team all-league pick in football as a senior … a member of the honor roll. Personal: Son of John and Rebecca Copeland … majoring in physical therapy … his mother was a gymnast at Washburn and his father was at Iowa State.

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Connor

Crimmins Wide Receiver

6-3 | 180 | Redshirt Freshman Topeka, Kan. Shawnee Heights HS At Washburn: Returns to a wide receiver position after missing final 12 games of the season with an injury … will compete for special team return duties as well. In 2011: Played in the first game of the season and then missed the remainder of the year receiving a medical redshirt … named work team offensive player of the week prior to the Abilene Christian game … hit .299 for the baseball team starting 44 of 49 games collecting 43 hits scoring 24 runs and stealing 10 bases … named to MIAA Academic Honor Roll. 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. Personal: Son of Laurie and Scott Crimmins … majoring in marketing … his father played football at Iowa State and Washburn.

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Cunningham Offensive line

6-10 | 367 | Sophomore Memphis, Tenn. Raliegh Egypt HS At Washburn: Will compete for time on the offensive line at right tackle. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Played football, basketball and track and field at Raliegh Egypt High School. Personal: Son of Martha Cunningham … majoring in criminal justice.

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Bryan

Dale

Defensive tackle 6-2 | 287 | Sophomore Kansas City, Mo. Park Hill South HS

At Washburn: Has recorded 11 tackles with two tackles for loss playing in 12 games at Washburn on the defensive line. In 2011: Appeared in 12 games on the defensive line after starting the season as an offensive lineman …recorded 11 tackles with 2.0 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks … recorded career-high three tackles against Truman. In 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt. 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 offen-

sive 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: Son of Daniel and Alicia Dale … undecided on major. Dale’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2011 12-0 2 9 11 0 2.0/8 1.5/8 0 0 0 Totals 12-0 2 9 11 0 2.0/8 1.5/8 0 0 0

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Linebacker

6-0 | 175 | Redshirt Freshman San Antonio, Texas Johnson HS At Washburn: Will compete for time on special teams and at linebacker. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt … a member of the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. 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: Son of Jason and Cristin Dell … undecided on major.

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Brit

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Dale’s Game Highs Tackles: 3, at Truman State Univ., Oct 08, 2011 (0-3) Sacks: .5, three times Tackles for loss: .5, four times

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Defensive back

5-9 | 176 | Redshirt Freshman Silver Lake, Kan. Silver Lake HS At Washburn: Will compete for time on special teams and at defensive back. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt … a member of the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. 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, 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 allstate honors at wide receiver … a state medalist in track as a sophomore and freshman. Personal: Son of Ed Dewey and Ronda Pegram … anticipated major is history.

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Downing

Defensive Back

6-2 | 302 | Senior St. Charles, Mo. Francis Howell HS

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6-0 | 202 | Sophomore Edmond, Okla. Edmond North HS

Steve Dieckhaus

At Washburn: Enters fall camp as a back up defensive back on the left side … will also contribute on special teams … has played in 11 games recording 19 tackles. In 2011: Played in 11 games recording 19 tackles with eight solo stops … also recovered two fumbles and had two pass break ups …  had a season-high five tackles against Central Missouri in the regular season finale … named the Ichabods’ special teams player of the week after the regular season meeting with Pittsburg State … also received the big hit award during the Central Oklahoma game. 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: Son of Greg and Kellie Downing … undecided on major. Downing’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2011 11-0 8 11 19 2 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 2 0 Totals 11-0 8 11 19 2 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 2 0

Brandon Downing

At Washburn: Making the move from guard to tackle on the offensive line entering fall camp … has played in 35 games making 28 consecutive starts. In 2011: Started all 13 games at right tackle earning honorable mention all-MIAA honors helping the Ichabods to the No. 4-ranked passing offense in the nation, the No. 5-ranked total offensive team in the nation and the 11th-ranked scoring offense … a three-time winner of the Ichabods’ offensive lineman of the week … named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. 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 and 17th in passing offense … named to the MIAA Academic Honor. In 2009: Made three starts at right guard playing in 10 games helping the Ichabod offensive line hold opponents to 11 sacks on the season … named to the MIAA 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 allleague, first team all-district and third team all-state as a junior … won state championship in heavyweight division as a senior in wrestling. Personal: Son of Sam and Cindy Dieckhaus … majoring in Kinesiology.

Downing’s Game Highs Tackles: 5, Central Missouri, Nov 12, 2011 (2-3) Fumbles recovered: 1, at Pittsburg State, Nov 05, 2011 ; Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 Pass breakups: 1, at Pittsburg State, Nov 26, 2011 ; Central Oklahoma, Oct 15, 2011

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6-2 | 252 | Sophomore Mustang, Okla. Mustang HS

Alex Dowty

At Washburn: Will begin fall as a back up at defensive end …  has appeared in five games. In 2011: Played in five games recording eight tackles with five solo stops with a career-high five tackles coming against Lincoln … also had two tackles for loss against Lincoln. In 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named to the MIAA 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: Son of Kendall Dowty and Heather Benevento … undecided on major. Dowty’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2011 5-0 5 3 8 0 2.0/4 0.0/0 0 0 0 Totals 5-0 5 3 8 0 2.0/4 0.0/0 0 0 0

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Center

6-2 | 285 | Junior Topeka, Kan. Washburn Rural HS At Washburn: Returns to his starting center position on the offensive line where he started all 13 games as a sophomore … has appeared in 20 career games. In 2011: Started all 13 games at center earning honorable mention all-MIAA honors … helped the Ichabods to the No. 4-ranked passing offense in the nation, the No. 5-ranked total offensive team in the nation and the 11th-ranked scoring offense … a three-time winner of the Ichabods’ offensive lineman of the week …  named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll  In 2010: Played in seven games playing both center and guard … named to the MIAA 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 all-state by the Kansas Football Coaches Association as a senior. Personal: 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.

Defensive Back 6-0 | 196 | Senior Parkville, Mo. Park Hill South HS

Steven Dudley

At Washburn: Enters the fall as a back up free safety … will see time on special teams … has appeared in 10 games recording seven tackles. In 2011: Appeared in six games recording four tackles on the season … had a career-high two tackles against Truman and Lincoln … named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. In 2010: Played in two games recording a tackle against Midwestern State in the Kanza Bowl … named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. In 2009: Appeared in two games recording two solo tackles … named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. In 2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Bacground: An honorable mention allconference pick at free safety as a junior and senior … also played quarterback for the Panthers. Personal: Son of Warren and Pam

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Dudley … majoring in business management and marketing. 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 2011 6-0 2 2 4 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 Totals 10-0 4 3 7 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0

Dudley’s Game Highs Tackles: 2, at Truman State Univ., Oct 08, 2011 (0-2); Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 (2-0)

Defensive End

Dowty’s Game Highs Tackles: 5, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 (4-1) Tackles for loss: 2.0, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 (2-0)

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Fullback

Wide Receiver

Eickhoff

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6-0 | 242 | Redshirt Freshman Parkville, Mo. Park Hill South HS

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Sam

6-0 | 190 | Junior Shawnee, Kan. Shawnee Mission Northwest HS | Air Force Prep

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Defensive Tackle 6-3 | 267 | Sophomore Louisburg, Kan. Louisburg HS

Tyler Ewy

At Washburn: Enters fall camp as a backup at a defensive tackle position after playing in seven games as a true freshman. In 2011: Saw action in seven games and recorded six tackles with three solo stops and 1.5 tackles for loss for two yards.  Background: As a senior he was a member of the Topeka Capital-Journal, Wichita Eagle, Kansas Football Coaches Association and KPreps.com Top 11 teams … the winner of the Bobby Bell Award as the top defensive lineman in the Kansas City area … he recorded 140 tackles with 25 tackles for loss and 10 sacks for the state championship Wildcats … also anchored an offensive line which rushed for more than 3,500 yards … named to the All-Simone team as well as the Kpreps.com Class 4A Player of the Year … selected to the Kansas City Star all-metro team and earned first team all-class 4A all-state defensive line honors as well as first team all-Frontier League and Tri-County honors on both offensive and defensive lines additionally being named the Tri-County Defensive Most Valuable Player … selected for the Kansas Shrine Bowl … a first team Kansas Class 4A all-state as well as first team all-league and first team all Tri-County on both offensive and defensive lines … named Tri-County Defensive Player of the Year … a first team all-Tri-County selection on offense as a sophomore and a second team all-league pick … a volunteer with Big Brothers and Big Sisters and a four-year member of the Honor Roll and three-time class president. Personal: Son of Jeff and Connie Ewy … undecided on major. Ewy’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2011 7-0 3 3 6 0 1.5/2 0.0/0 0 0 0 Totals 7-0 3 3 6 0 1.5/2 0.0/0 0 0 0

Ewy’s Game Highs Tackles: 3, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 (1-2) Tackles for loss: 1.0, at Truman State Univ., Oct 08, 2011 (1-0)

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At Washburn: Has played in 21 career games gabbing five catches for 133 yards … on special teams he has 21 returns for 626 yards averaging 24.1 yards per attempt …  also has 11 tackles on special teams … enters fall camp as a backup at the Z wide receiver position … his 24.1 yards per kickoff return is fifth on the school’s all-time return chart. In 2011: Appeared in all 13 games and had five receptions for 133 yards … had 24 kickoff returns for 612 yards averaging 25.5 yards per return … his 612 return yards was second on the Washburn single-season chart … his kickoff return average was fifth in the MIAA rankings and 35th in the nation … had career-highs of two catches and 79 receiving yards including a career-long 63-yard catch against Sioux Falls in the season opener … also added 11 tackles on special teams … named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. 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 Academic Honor Roll … named the Ichabods work team offensive player of the week prior to the Nebraska Omaha and 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 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: Son of Paul and Barb Fancher … majoring in history. Fancher’s Career Statistics Rushing Receiving GP-GS No. Yds Avg TD Lng | Rec Yds Avg TD Lng 2010 8-0 0 0 0.0 0 - | 0 0 0.0 0 2011 13-0 0 0 0 0 - | 5 133 26.6 0 63 Totals 21-0 0 0 0.0 0 - | 5 133 26.6 0 63 KOR Yds Avg. Long TD PR Yds Avg. Long TD 2010 2 14 7.0 12 0 2 15 7.5 8 0 2011 24 612 25.5 53 0 0 0 0.0 - 0 Totals 26 626 24.1 53 0 2 15 7.5 8 0

Mark Fancher

At Washburn: Making the move from offensive line to fullback entering his redshirt freshman season. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the Ichabods’ offensive work team player of the week prior to the Sioux Falls game … named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. Background: As a senior he was a first team all-league pick and a second team all-state pick at offensive line … an honorable mention all-league and all-metro pick at defensive line … finished fifth in the state wrestling tournament earning first team all-league honors … named all-American in wrestling as a junior and honorable mention all-league at offensive line. Personal: Son of Doug and Tammy Eickhoff … undecided on major.

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Fancher’s Game Highs Receptions: 2, at Sioux Falls (S.D), Sep 01, 2011 Receiving yards: 79, at Sioux Falls (S.D), Sep 01, 2011 (2 receptions) Long reception: 63, at Sioux Falls (S.D), Sep 01, 2011 All-purpose yards: 124, at Northwest Mo., Oct 22, 2011 Punt returns: 2, at Colorado Mines, Aug 28, 2010 Punt return yards: 15, at Colorado Mines, Aug 28, 2010 (2 returns) Long punt return: 8, at Colorado Mines, Aug 28, 2010 Kick returns: 5, Abilene Christian, Nov 19, 2011 ; at Northwest Mo., Oct 22, 2011 Kick return yards: 124, at Northwest Mo., Oct 22, 2011 (5 returns) Long kick return: 53, at Pittsburg State, Nov 26, 2011 Tackles: 3, Central Oklahoma, Oct 15, 2011 (1-2)

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Offensive tackle 6-5 | 294 | Junior Manchester, Mo. Parkway South HS

Mike Farmer

At Washburn: Has played both tight end and offensive tackle at Washburn but will move fulltime to tackle position entering this fall … has appeared in seven career games with two catches for five yards. In 2011: Appeared in six games playing both on the offensive line at tackle and at tight end … had two catches during the season for five yards … In 2010: Practiced but did not appear in any games on the offensive line. In 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Earned first team all-state honors as well as first team all-conference and honorable mention all-metro honors. Personal: Son of Mike and Alice Farmer … majoring in physical education.

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Wide receiver

6-0 | 193 | Sophomore Olathe, Kan. Olathe South HS | Mid-America Nazarene At Washburn: Joined the Ichabods after transferring from Mid-America Nazarene … will compete for time in the wide receiver rotation and on special teams. Background: Redshirted his freshman year at Mid-America Nazarene and had 30 tackles, eight pass breakups and an interception for the Pioneers … at Olathe South High School he led the Sunflower League with seven interceptions returning for a league-high 161 yards … was a first team all-league pick at defensive back and a second team allleague choice as a kicker … he earned first team 6A all-state honors as a kicker as well as honorable mention accolades at defensive back. Personal: Son of Jeff and LeeAnne Gourley … his father played football at William Jewell and coaches football at Olathe South …  his mother ran track at Northwest Missouri … his younger brother will be a freshman on the football team at the Air Force Academy … majoring in history.

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Hayden

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foreman

6-0 | 190 | Sophomore Kansas City, Kan. Coffeyville CC | Kansas At Washburn: Joined the squad for spring practice after transferring after redshirting one season at Kansas … will compete for time on special teams and in the defensive secondary. Background: Will be a sophomore this fall … as a junior at Washington high school he was a first team all-Sunflower League cornerback and as a senior he was a first team allleague pick at cornerback and a second team selection at wide receiver … as a freshman at Coffeyville he played in six games recording eight tackles with a fumble recovery … practiced but did not appear in any games with Kansas as a sophomore. Personal: Son of Carl and Leontra Foreman … majoring in social work.

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(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 allCentennial 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 … majoring in physical education.

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5-9 | 185 | Junior Olathe, Kan. Olathe East HS | Coffeyville CC At Washburn: Joined the Ichabods after transferring from Coffeyville Community College … will compete for time in the running back rotation and on special teams. Background: Played in all 10 games rushing for 537 yards on 105 carries and a teamhigh six touchdowns as a sophomore averaging 51.5 yards per game … also had four catches for 49 yards and one touchdown … led the team in scoring with 42 points … averaged 23 yards per kickoff return and 68.0 all purpose yards per game … as a freshman he rushed for 120 yards and one score while averaging 6.3 yards per carry … added three kickoff returns for 49 yards … at Olathe East he rushed for 1,129 yards on 192 carries as a senior which was second in the Sunflower League averaging 5.9 yards per carry … named first team all-league as a senior. Personal: Son of Hayden Sr., and Glenda Groves … majoring in Kinesiology.

Quarterback

6-0 | 180 | Redshirt Freshman Topeka, Kan. Shawnee Heights HS At Washburn: Will compete for time at quarterback after redshirting. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. Background: As a junior he set school records for passing yards (1874), completions

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5-11 | 210 | Redshirt Freshman Wichita, Kan. Wichita Heights HS

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At Washburn: Will compete for time in the linebacker rotation and on special teams. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the defensive work team player of the week for practice prior to the Central Missouri game. 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 all-city and honorable mention allstate as a junior after recording 93 tackles … started six games as a sophomore recording 43 tackles. Personal: Son of Michael and Shalonda Haynes … father played basketball at Southern Illinois and grandfather played football at Wichita State … majoring in mass media.

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Hillman

Offensive line

At Washburn: Returns to a right guard position where he started all 13 games … has appeared in 18 games. In 2011: Started all 13 games at right guard helping the Ichabods to the No. 4-ranked passing offense in the nation, the No. 5-ranked total offensive team in the nation and the 11th-ranked scoring offense … a three-time winner of the Ichabods’ offensive lineman of the week … named the Ichabods’ offensive lineman of the week the week of the Missouri Southern game. In 2010: Appeared in five games on the offensive line. In 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: A three-year starter who helped the Cougars 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: Son of David and Catrina Lowe … majoring in law enforcement.

Hishaw

Defensive end

6-3 | 210 | Redshirt Freshman Oklahoma City, Okla. Midwest City HS At Washburn: Will compete for time on the defensive line entering his second season at Washburn. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the Ichabod’s work team defensive player of the week prior to the Pittsburg State regular season game. Background: Named the defensive end of the year as well as earning all-league and alldistrict honors as a senior after recording 70 tackles, seven quarterback sacks and eight tackles for loss … added 14 quarterback hurries. Personal: Son of Charmetres Roland … undecided on major.

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Aaron

Hummert Punter

6-2 | 175 | Sophomore St. Louis, Mo. Parkway HS

Darion Hillman

At Washburn: Returns to handle the punting duties entering his sophomore season. In 2011: Averaged 40.1 yards per punt on 38 attempts with 13 landing inside the 20-yard line …  had a career-long 67 yard punt against Central Oklahoma …  helped the Ichabods finish 33rd in the nation with a net punting average of 34.9 … also was the holder on placekicks … his season punting average was seventh on the Ichabod singleseason chart and his career average of 40.1 would be first if he had enough attempts … punting average was fourth in the MIAA … a five-time winner of the Ichabods’ special teams player of the week … added a tackle against Emporia State … a member of the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. Background: Earned all-conference honors breaking the Vikings’ career and season extra point records after going 48 of 48 during the season and connected on 155 in his career as a four-year 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 nine 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: Son of Dan and Jane Hummert … anticipated major is Kinesiology. Hummert’s Career Statistics Punting No. Yards Avg Long TB FC I20 50+ Blkd 2011 38 1522 40.1 67 1 10 13 4 0 Totals 38 1522 40.1 67 1 10 13 4 0

Aaron Hummert

6-2 | 287 | Junior Kansas City, Kan. Shawnee Mission Northwest HS

Cameron

Hummert’s Game Highs Punt attempts: 6, at Truman State Univ., Oct 08, 2011 Punt yards: 247, Central Oklahoma, Oct 15, 2011 (5 punts) Longest punt: 67, Central Oklahoma, Oct 15, 2011 Tackles: 1, at Emporia State, Oct 01, 2011 (1-0)

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Hurst’s Game Highs Points scored: 12, Missouri Western, Sep 22, 2011 Touchdowns: 2, Missouri Western, Sep 22, 2011 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: 4, 6 times Receiving yards: 86, at Truman State Univ., Oct 08, 2011 (4 receptions) Receiving TDs: 2, Missouri Western, Sep 22, 2011 Long reception: 47, at Missouri Southern, Nov 13, 2010 All-purpose yards: 86, at Truman State Univ., Oct 08, 2011

Iverson’s Game Highs Receptions: 1, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 Receiving yards: 15, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 (1 receptions) Long reception: 15, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 All-purpose yards: 41, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 Kick returns: 2, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 Kick return yards: 26, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 (2 returns) Long kick return: 14, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 Tackles: 4, New Mexico Highlands, Sep 04, 2009 (2-2) Pass breakups: 1, Central Oklahoma, Oct 15, 2011

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Payton Iverson

At Washburn: Returns to the defensive side of the ball after playing wide receiver as a junior … has appeared in 26 career games making 28 tackles with 11 solo stops. In 2011: Played in all 13 games and led the team with 14 special teams tackles recording 14 with all of them coming on kickoff coverage … recorded 15 tackles overall … had one catch for 15 yards against Lincoln … received the Big Hit Award after the Emporia State game … also added three kickoff returns for 27 yards. 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: Son of Ronald and Cathy Iverson … majoring in anthropology … 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 2011 13-0 3 12 15 1 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 Totals 26-0 11 17 28 1 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0

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6-3 | 226 | Senior Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln North Star HS

At Washburn: Returns to a starting tight end position where he started all 13 games as a sophomore … has 53 career catchers for 827 yards and 14 touchdowns appearing in 24 games while marking 15 starts. In 2011: Started all 13 games recording 38 catches for 591 yards and eight touchdowns … had at least one catch in all 13 games … finished fourth on the team in receptions and receiving yards … had three catches for 50 yards and two touchdowns against Missouri Western …  had a career-high 86 receiving yards on four catches against Truman … named honorable mention all-MIAA. 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 … 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: Son of Andre and Tosha Hurst … majoring in physical education. Hurst’s Career Statistics Rushing Receiving GP-GS No. Yds Avg TD Lng | Rec Yds Avg TD Lng 2010 11-2 1 3 3.0 0 3 | 15 236 15.7 6 47 2011 13-13 0 0 0 0 - | 38 591 15.6 8 46 Totals 24-15 1 3 3.0 0 3 | 53 827 15.6 14 47

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5-8 | 180 | Junior Shawnee, Kan. Shawnee Mission Northwest HS | Coffeyville CC

Jackson’s Career Statistics Rushing Receiving GP-GS No. Yds Avg TD Lng | Rec Yds Avg TD Lng 2011 10-0 0 0 0.0 0 - | 3 33 11.0 0 16 Totals 10-0 0 0 0.0 0 - | 3 33 11.0 0 16 Jackson’s Game Highs Receptions: 2, Fort Hays State, Oct 29, 2011 Receiving yards: 22, Fort Hays State, Oct 29, 2011 (2 receptions) Long reception: 16, Fort Hays State, Oct 29, 2011 All-purpose yards: 22, Fort Hays State, Oct 29, 2011 Tackles: 1, two times

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At Washburn: Enters the season as a back up at the right cornerback position after missing 12 games during the 2011 season … has appeared in 13 games recording 10 tackles and 11 kickoff returns for 222 yards averaging 20.2 yards per return. In 2011: Played in only one game after injuring hamstring in fall camp and received a medical redshirt … had two tackles against Lincoln in the home opener. 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. Background: A junior transfer for the Ichabods who finished with 38 total tackles with 33 solo stops and one tackle for loss with a conferencehigh 11 pass break ups while recording two interceptions … named 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-

Patirck Jean

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

At Washburn: Will compete for time on special teams and in the receiver rotation …  has appeared in 10 games recording three catches and two tackles. In 2011: Played in 10 games grabbing three receptions for 33 yards while recording two tackles on special teams … had two catches for 22 yards against Fort Hays State … named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. Background: Named second team all-city at defensive back as a senior at Shawnee Mission Northwest … Personal: Son of Kent and Cathy Jackson and Steve and Christine Snyder … majoring in psychology.

Schuyler Jackson

Cameron Jackson

At Washburn: Returns to a starting defensive end position after missing 11 games in 2011 with an injury … has appeared in 14 games making 12 starts recording 36 tackles with nine for loss with 4.5 sacks. In 2011: Appeared in two games making one start before missing the season with an injury receiving a medical redshirt …  finished the season with three tackles with two tackles for loss and a sack …named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. 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 Nebraska Omaha … had three tackles for loss for 13 yards and 1.5 sacks for nine 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. Background: A 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: Son of Rodney McCants and Janna Helmick … majoring in law enforcement. 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 2011 2-1 2 1 3 0 2.0/4 1.0/1 0 0 0 Totals 14-12 17 19 36 1 9.0/32 4.5/21 1 1 0

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6-4 | 325 | Redshirt Freshman St. Louis, Mo. Parkway North HS At Washburn: Will compete for time on the offensive line. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt … coming off a knee injury from last fall 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: Son of Montae Jones, Sr. and Kerah McNichols and James McNichols … undecided on major.

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6-3 | 297 | Senior West Palm Beach, Fla. Forest Hill HS | North Iowa Area At Washburn: Returns to a starting defensive tackle position where he started all 13 games …  has appeared in 13 games recording 46 tackles with nine tackles for loss with three sacks. In 2011: Started all 13 games and recorded 46 tackles with 20 solo stops …  also had 9.0 tackles for loss for 43 yards and three sacks for 15 yards … had season-high seven tackles in games against Central Missouri and Pittsburg State … also broke up three passes … was an honorable mention all-MIAA selection … named Ichabods defensive lineman of the game after the Lincoln contest. In 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: A transfer from North Iowa Area College 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 all-league selection. Personal: Son of Barbara Mims … majoring in corrections. Kelly’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2011 13-13 20 26 46 3 9.0/43 3.0/15 0 0 0 Totals 13-13 20 26 46 3 9.0/43 3.0/15 0 0 0

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Jayvery Kelly

At Washburn: Joined the Ichabods for spring practice after transferring from Coffeyville Community College. Background: Named honorable mention all-Jayhawk Conference as a sophomore after recording 31 catches for 412 yards and a touchdown averaging 13.3 yards per catch … had one catch for four yards as a freshman … at Washington High School he was an all-league pick as a senior. Personal: Son of Kamau Shabazz and Kendra Price-Watley … majoring in business.

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5-11 | 185 | Sophomore Slidell, La. Northshore HS

Joseph’s Game Highs Tackles: 2, Central Oklahoma, Oct 15, 2011 (1-1)

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At Washburn: Will compete for time on special teams and in the defensive backfield. In 2011: Appeared in nine games recording four tackles with three coming on punt coverage units … had two tackles against Central Oklahoma. Personal: Undecided on major. Joseph’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2011 9-0 2 2 4 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 Totals 9-0 2 2 4 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0

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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6-2 | 197 | Sophomore Riley, Kan. Riley County HS

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Calvin Kenney

At Washburn: Moving from cornerback to safety after starting the final eight games of the season as a freshman … has appeared in 13 games recording 31 tackles. In 2011: Started the final eight games of the season at cornerback while playing in all 13 games …  recorded 31 tackles with 19 solo stops with three fumble recoveries … recorded first collegiate interception against Truman returning it 31 yards … had a career-high six tackles against Central Missouri with four solo stops …  named the Ichabods defensive skill position player of the week after the Abilene Christian NCAA playoff game

kobbeman Wide Receiver

6-1 | 183 | Junior Topeka, Kan. Shawnee Heights HS At Washburn: Enters the fall as a starting wide receiver … has appeared in 17 games making four starts and has recorded 56 receptions for 739 yards and three touchdowns. In 2011: Made four starts playing in all 13 games and was second on the team with 56 receptions … his 739 receiving yards was third on the squad … finished with three touchdown catches …  had a career-high seven receptions against Emporia State and another high of 131 receiving yards against Abilene Christian in the NCAA playoffs … had a career-long catch of 67 yards for a touchdown against the Wildcats … named the Ichabods’ offensive skill player of the week twice during the season. In 2010: Appeared in four games … named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll … named the Ichabods’ work team offenisve player of the week for practice prior to the Northwest Missouri game. In 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named to the MIAA 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 all-area 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: 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 | Rec Yds Avg TD Lng 2010 4-0 0 0 0.0 0 - | 0 0 0.0 0 2011 13-4 0 0 0.0 0 - | 56 739 13.2 3 67 Totals 17-4 0 0 0.0 0 - | 56 739 13.2 3 67

Kobbeman’s Game Highs Points scored: 6, three times Receptions: 7, at Emporia State, Oct 01, 2011 Receiving yards: 131, Abilene Christian, Nov 19, 2011 (6 receptions) Receiving TDs: 1, three times Long reception: 67, Abilene Christian, Nov 19, 2011 All-purpose yards: 131, Abilene Christian, Nov 19, 2011

Matt Kobbeman

… named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. 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: Son of Penny Kenney … undecided on major. Kenney’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2011 13-8 19 12 31 2 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 3 1 Totals 13-8 19 12 31 2 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 3 1

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Kenney’s Game Highs All-purpose yards: 31, at Truman State Univ., Oct 08, 2011 Interceptions: 1, at Truman State Univ., Oct 08, 2011 Long interception return: 31, at Truman State Univ., Oct 08, 2011 Tackles: 6, Central Missouri, Nov 12, 2011 (4-2) Fumbles recovered: 1, at Pittsburg State, Nov 05, 2011 ; Central Missouri, Nov 12, 2011 ; at Northwest Mo., Oct 22, 2011 Pass breakups: 1, Abilene Christian, Nov 19, 2011 ; Central Oklahoma, Oct 15, 2011

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6-3 | 235 | Sophomore Blue Springs, Mo. Bishop Miege HS | Coffeyville CC

Mark Kolmer

At Washburn: Enters the fall as reserve at an inside linebacker position … will also see time on special teams … has appeared in 12 games making 24 tackles. In 2011: Appeared in 12 games and recorded 24 tackles with seven solo stops … had a career-high five tackles against Central Oklahoma … also had one kickoff return … finished second on the team with 12 tackles on special teams all coming on kickoff coverage. 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: Son of Steve Kolmer and Christine Gutierrez … majoring in Kinesiology … his father played linebacker at Emporia State from 1971 to 1975. Kolmer’s Career Statistics Tackles GP-GS UT AT Tot PBU TFL S/YL FF FR INT 2011 12-0 7 17 24 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0 Totals 12-0 7 17 24 0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0 0

At Washburn: Joined the Ichabods for spring practice after transferring from Coffeyville Community College … will compete for time at tight end and on special teams. Background: Had two catches as a freshman at Coffeyville and then sat out his sophomore season with a medical redshirt … as a senior he had 11 receptions for 189 yards and two touchdowns at Bishop Miege High School and recorded 65 tackles with three for loss and three sacks earning honorable mention all-league honors. Personal: Son of John and Kim Kostelac … majoring in exercise physiology … his dad played baseball at Missouri Western.

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Krasnican linebacker

6-1 | 225 | Redshirt Freshman Rainier, Wash. Rainier HS At Washburn: Enters the fall as reserve at an inside linebacker position … will also see time on special teams. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt. 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 allleague after recording 100 total tackles with nine sacks Personal: Son of Bob Krasnican and Maria Carruth … undecided on major.

Miles

Krieger linebacker

5-11 | 195 | Redshirt Freshman Kansas City, Mo. Park Hill South HS | Missouri Valley

Kolmer’s Game Highs All-purpose yards: 2, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 Kick returns: 1, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 Kick return yards: 2, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 (1 returns) Long kick return: 2, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 Tackles: 5, Central Oklahoma, Oct 15, 2011 (1-4) Tackles for loss: 1.0, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 (1-0)

At Washburn: Joined the team for spring practice after transferring from Missouri Valley after redshirting … will compete for time on special teams and at linebacker. Background: Sat out the 2011 season at Missouri Valley redshirting as a freshman … at Park Hill South he was a three-year starter earning first team all-league linebacker honors as a senior and was an honorable mention selection at linebacker and offensive line … named the defensive player of the year on the freshman team. Personal: Son of Kelly Krieger and Traci Krieger-Thompson …  majoring in sports management.

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6-3 | 190 | Senior Abilene, Kan. Abilene HS | Hutchinson CC

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Jeremy Linn

At Washburn: Returns for senior season set to handle placekicking duties. In 2011: Appeared in all 13 games and connected on 57 of 62 point after attempts which was the ninthmost PAT’s made in a single season at Washburn … also hit 12 of 16 field goals including a season-long 41-yard attempt twice against Pittsburg State and at Emporia State … his 62 extra point attempts was a school single-season record … averaged 54.8 yards per kickoff with eight touchbacks on 87 attempts … finished second on the team scoring 93 points … named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. 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. Personal: Son of David and Becky Linn … majoring in business. Linn’s Career Statistics Field Goal Breakdown Totals 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Long PATs 2011 12-16 0-0 6-6 4-6 2-4 0-0 41 57-62 Totals 12-16 0-0 6-6 4-6 2-4 0-0 41 57-62

Linn’s Game Highs Points scored: 13, at Pittsburg State, Nov 05, 2011 Kick PATs: 9, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 Points by kicking: 13, at Pittsburg State, Nov 05, 2011 Field goals made: 3, at Pittsburg State, Nov 05, 2011 Field goal attempts: 3, at Pittsburg State, Nov 05, 2011 Longest field goal: 41, at Pittsburg State, Nov 05, 2011 ; at Emporia State, Oct 01, 2011

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6-2 | 260 | Sophomore Lawrence, Kan. Free State HS | Nebraska Omaha At Washburn: Enters sophomore season as a starting right guard. In 2011: Appeared in three games on the offensive line …  named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. Background: A transfer from Nebraska Omaha as a freshman … was a first team allstate, 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: Son of Diana and Bob Lisher … majoring in finance.

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Lockhart Running Back

5-10 | 203 | Redshirt Freshman Topeka, Kan. Shawnee Heights HS At Washburn: Enters the season as the starting running back. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Led the city in rushing finishing the season with 1,697 yards and 23 touchdowns on 230 carries earning first team all-city honors as well as first team allleague honors en route to Topeka offensive player of the year honors and all-city top 11 honors as a senior … also named 5A return specialist as well as being selected to play in the Kansas Shrine Bowl … wrapped up his senior wrestling campaign undefeated at 189 pounds with a 38-0 record sweeping league, regional and state titles … named the Thunderbirds’ most valuable player as well … as a junior he was named the MVP for Shawnee Heights earning honorable mention all-league honors … finished as the state runner-up in wrestling at 189 lbs … was league champion in wrestling as a freshman. Personal: Son of Donnie Lockhart, Jr., and Felicia McGlory … majoring in law enforcement.

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6-3 | 252 | Redshirt Freshman Holton, Kan. Holton HS At Washburn: Enters the season as the starting running back. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named Ichabods work team player of the week prior to the Truman game. Background: Named first team all-state at defensive lineman as a senior in wrestling as a heavyweight … was named all-league at linebacker and as a pitcher on the Wildcats’ baseball team … earned all-state wrestling honors as well as a junior … named all-league in baseball and all-county in football. Personal: Son of Russell and Katrenia Luthi … undecided on major.

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Macken’s Game Highs Tackles: 6, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 (3-3) Tackles for loss: 1.0, two times Pass breakups: 1, at Truman State Univ., Oct 08, 2011

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At Washburn: Will compete for the placekicking duties for the Ichabods this season. In 2011: Appeared in two games during the season … had five kickoffs for 295 yards averaging 58.8 yards per kick against Lincoln and connected on his only point after attempt of the season against Central Oklahoma. 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: 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.

Ryan

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6-0 | 190 | Sophomore Topeka, Kan. Seaman HS

At Washburn: Enters the season No. 2 on the depth chart at left guard. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the Ichabods’ work team offensive lineman of the week prior to the Emporia State game. Background: Named first team all-state and all-league on the offensive line … played in the 2011 Kansas Shrine Bowl … a first team all-league and honorable mention all-state selection as a junior … named honorable mention all-league as a sophomore on the state championship Bluejays team … named team’s MVP as a freshman in Desoto, Texas. Personal: Son of Martin and Nicole McCallister … undecided on major.

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At Washburn: Enters the upcoming season at a starting outside linebacker position …  has appeared in 13 games recording 22 tackles. In 2011: Appeared in 11 games making 22 tackles with 11 solo stops …  also added two tackles for loss and a pass break up … had a career-high six tackles against Lincoln with three solo stops … a member of the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. 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 all-state 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: Son of Philip and Jacqueline Macken … majoring in finance. 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 2011 11-0 11 11 22 1 2.0/3 0.0/0 0 0 0 Totals 13-0 11 12 23 1 2.0/3 0.0/0 0 0 0

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at the year-end awards banquet. 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 Regional 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: Son of Collin and Juanita McPherson … majoring in corrections. McPherson’s Career Statistics Rushing Receiving GP-GS No. Yds Avg TD Lng | Rec Yds Avg TD Lng 2011 13-0 132 736 5.6 6 75 | 6 33 5.6 0 13 Totals 13-0 132 736 5.6 6 75 | 6 33 5.6 0 13

McPherson’s Game Highs Points scored: 18, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 Rush attempts: 20, Fort Hays State, Oct 29, 2011 Rush yards: 120, Central Oklahoma, Oct 15, 2011 (16 carries) Rush TDs: 3, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 Long rush: 75, Central Oklahoma, Oct 15, 2011 Receptions: 2, Fort Hays State, Oct 29, 2011 Receiving yards: 13, at Northwest Mo., Oct 22, 2011 (1 receptions) Total offense attempts: 20, Fort Hays State, Oct 29, 2011 (20 rush,0 pass) Total offense yards: 120, Central Oklahoma, Oct 15, 2011 (120 rush,0 pass) All-purpose yards: 120, Central Oklahoma, Oct 15, 2011

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6-7 | 237 | Senior St. Charles, Mo. Francis Howell Central HS

Ryan Mertz

At Washburn: Has appeared in 34 games making 11 career starts recording 899 receiving yards on 49 receptions with five touchdowns … . In 2011: Appeared in all 13 games collecting 12 receptions for 179 yards and two touchdowns … had a season-high 44 yards receiving and a touchdown against Central Oklahoma.  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 seasonhigh 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 singlegame 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 careerlong 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.

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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 all-league pick as a senior. Personal: Son of Kenton and Cathy Mertz … majoring in marketing. Mertz’s Career Statistics Rushing Receiving GP-GS No. Yds Avg TD Lng | Rec 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 2011 13-0 0 0 0.0 0 - | 12 179 14.9 2 29 Totals 13-0 0 0 0.0 0 - | 49 899 18.3 5 74

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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Muiller Tight End

6-3 | 247 | Redshirt Sophomore Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence HS At Washburn: Has appeared in one game after receiving a medical redshirt from his sophomore season after redshirting as a freshman …will compete for time at tight end and on special teams. In 2011: Appeared in the Central Oklahoma game and then missed the remainder of the season with a wrist injury. In 2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named Ichabod work 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: Son of Steve and Michelle Muiller … majoring in history.

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5-10 | 205 | Redshirt Freshman Norman, Okla. Norman HS At Washburn: Making the switch from running back to linebacker after practicing the 2011 season at cornerback … will compete for time at linebacker and special teams. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named work team defensive player of the week for practice before the Fort Hays State game. 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: Son of Kevin and Christi Chesley … undecided on major.

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5-9 | 170 | Redshirt Freshman Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan HS At Washburn: Enters fall camp as the starting cornerback on the right side … will also see time on special team return units. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Named the large school’s Maxpreps special teams player of the year and the Kansas Football Coaches Association Class 6A return specialist all-state pick as a senior … played in the 2011 Kansas Shrine Bowl … a first team all-league selection on special teams and second team at both defensive back and running back as a senior … a second team all-league defensive back as a junior and a first team all-league pick as a sophomore at defensive back. Personal: Son of Don and Michelle Nelson … undecided on major.

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Oladapo Defensive End 6-2 | 256 | Junior Florissant, Mo. Hazelwood West HS

At Washburn: Enters fall camp as the No. 2 defensive end on the right side … has played in 17 career games recording 29 tackles, four sacks and two interceptions. In 2011: Played in all 13 games recording 27 tackles with seven tackles for loss for 26 yards and 3.5 sacks for 19 yards …  had interceptions against Lincoln and Abilene Christian …had a career-high seven tackles against Truman … also added two pass break ups … named the Ichabods defensive lineman of the week after the Fort Hays State game. 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 Nebraska Omaha game.

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6-2 | 198 | Redshirt Freshman Centralia, Kan. Centralia HS At Washburn: Joined the Ichabods in the spring … will compete for time at wide receiver and on special teams. Background: Earned all-state honors at cornerback and all-district accolades at wide receiver … played in the 2011 Kansas Shrine Bowl … all-league honors at cornerback and at wide receiver as a senior … won a state championship as a junior and collected three interceptions and 40 solo tackles. Personal: Son of Dale and Paula Olberding …majoring in accounting.

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6-3 | 245 | Redshirt Freshman St. Louis, Mo. Lutheran North HS At Washburn: Will compete for time at defensive end. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the Ichabod work team defensive player of the week for practice leading up to the Northwest Missouri and Abilene Christian games. Background: Named first team all-league, all-region and all-state 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: Son of Troy Penny and Shirley Phillips … undecided on major.

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defense … also named first team all-league on the offensive and defensive lines … named to the Kansas Football Coaches Association’s first team all-state defensive team and named first team all-state by the Capital Journal and the Wichita Eagle … will play in the 2011 Kansas Shrine Bowl … as a junior he was named all-city offensive lineman as well as second team all-league on both the offensive and defensive lines … earned all-state honorable mention on offense and defense. Personal: Son of Tom and Kristin Ready … majoring in Kinesiology.

At Washburn: Will compete for time at quarterback after joining the team for spring practice. Background: Played in nine games in 2011 throwing for 54 yards at Butler County … as a senior he passed for 1,979 yards and 20 touchdowns at McPherson High School … as a starter for the Bullpups, McPherson finished 18-4 reaching the 2008 semifinals … passed for 4,000 yards in his prep career … played in the Shrine Bowl … also played baseball at Butler for one season. Personal: Son of Jamie and Jill Piper … undecided on major.

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6-0 | 192 | Sophomore Kansas City, Mo. Raytown South HS | Emporia State At Washburn: Will compete for time on special teams and at free safety. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Was a first team all-state, all-league, all-metro as a senior after recording 79 tackles and seven interceptions …had 13 tackles in the state championship game …  as a junior he had 54 tackles with three interceptions earning honorable mention all-league honors. Personal: Son of Darrien Rimmer and Yolonda Davis … undecided on major.

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5-11 | 170 | Redshirt Freshman Kansas City, Mo. Park Hill HS | Lindenwood At Washburn: Will redshirt this season after joining the team for spring drills after redshirting at Lindenwood last fall. Background: Named first team all-conference in football at wide receiver … a threetime first team all-conference pick in track. Personal: Son of Darrin and Daphne Rambo … undecided on major.

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6-1 | 253 | Redshirt Freshman Kansas City, Mo. Park Hill South HS At Washburn: Joined the Ichabods for spring practice … will compete for time on the defensive line. Background: Earned first team all-league and all-district on both the offensive and defensive lines as a senior … a first team all-Northland pick on the offensive line and a second team all-state offensive lineman … named honorable mention all-metro. Personal: Son of Earl and Susie Rollison … undecided on major.

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At Washburn: Enters his sophomore campaign as the starting right tackle after appearing in 10 games as a true freshman last season. In 2011: Saw action in 10 games in his first season at Washburn … helped the Ichabods to the No. 4-ranked passing offense in the nation, the No. 5-ranked total offensive team in the nation and the 11th-ranked scoring offense … a three-time winner of the Ichabods’ offensive lineman of the week … named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. Background: As a senior he was the only player to be named to the Topeka Capital-Journal’s allcity team on both offense and

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5-10 | 185 | Senior Wichita, Kan. Northwest HS | Butler County CC | Southern Illinois

Justin Salum

At Washburn: Has appeared in eight games after transferring to Washburn from Arizona … will compete for time on special teams and in the wide receiver rotation. In 2011: Played in eight games rushing 19 times for 99 yards …  had career-highs of 14 rushes for 88 yards and a touchdown against Lincoln. Background: 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: Son of Billy and Angie Salum … his uncle Donnie Salum played for the Atlanta Falcons … majoring in communications. Salum’s Career Statistics Rushing Receiving GP-GS No. Yds Avg TD Lng | Rec Yds Avg TD Lng 2011 8-0 19 99 5.2 1 17 | 0 0 0.0 0 Totals 8-0 19 99 5.2 1 17 | 0 0 0.0 0 -

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At Washburn: Joined the Ichabods for spring practice after transferring from Southern Illinois … will see time at cornerback and on special teams. Background: As a junior in 2010 at Southern Illinois, he played in seven games making two starts … had 12 tackles on the year and one fumble recovery … he set a career-high with five tackles at Missouri State … at Butler County, he had 53 tackles, one tackle for a loss, one forced fumble and four pass breakups in two seasons … he recorded 39 tackles, broke up four passes and forced one fumble in 2009 as a sophomore … he helped Butler go 19-4 and win the 2008 NJCAA National Championship … at Northwest High School he was named all-league second team as a safety in 2007. Personal: Son of Rita and Terrence Shine … majoring in Kinesiology.

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Steuber Linebacker

5-11 | 195 | Redshirt Freshman Topeka, Kan. Hayden HS At Washburn: Will compete for time at inside linebacker and on special teams. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the Ichabods’ work team defensive player of the week for practice prior to the season opener at Sioux Falls. 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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Sankey Tight end

6-5 | 260 | Junior Junction City, Kan. Junction City HS | Butler County CC | Fort Hays State At Washburn: Joined the Ichabods for spring practice after transferring from Fort Hays State. Background: Was a second team all-Jayhawk tight end as a freshman at Butler County during the 2009 season …  transferred to Fort Hays State where he played six games during the 2010 season on the offensive line … at Junction City High School he was an all-state pick in basketball and football. Personal: Son of Donald and Debra Sankey … majoring in Kinesiology.

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6-0 | 180 | Redshirt Freshman St. Louis, Mo. Clayton HS At Washburn: Will compete for time at running back and on special teams. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the Ichabods’ work team offensive player of the week for practice prior to Northwest Missouri game. 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: Son of Don Stewart and Kelley Tubbs … majoring in business.

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At Washburn: Will compete for time at defensive tackle. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt … a member of the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. 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: Son of Chris and Stacy Hensler-Stone … majoring in music performance.

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INside linebacker 6-1 | 230 | Senior Aurora, Colo. Grandview HS

At Washburn: Has appeared in 38 games making 31 starts including the last 22 … has recorded 255 tackles which is ninth on the all-time chart … has 133 solo tackles and 21 tackles for loss to go with eight sacks and two interceptions … has received the Ichabods’ Big Hit of the Week award 12 times. In 2011: Finished second on the team with 112 tackles including a team-high 55 solo

stops en route to second team all-MIAA honors starting all 13 games …  named the John McGivern Outstanding Linebacker of the Year … recorded a career-high 17 tackles in the NCAA playoff game against Pittsburg State … had double-figure tackle totals in four games including the final three of the season … finished the year with 9.5 tackles for loss for 30 yards and four sacks for 18 yards … recorded interceptions against Truman and Fort Hays State … named the Ichabods’ defensive skill player of the week twice during the season and earned the Big Hit award five times. 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 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 three 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. Background: As a senior he recorded 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: Son of Dave Bolen … majoring in physical education. 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 2011 13-13 55 57 112 3 9.5/30 4.0/30 1 0 2 Totals 38-31 133 122 255 16 21.0/73 8.0/53 2 0 2

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Taylor’s Game Highs All-purpose yards: 3, Fort Hays State, Oct 29, 2011 Interceptions: 1, at Truman State Univ., Oct 08, 2011 ; Fort Hays State, Oct 29, 2011 Long interception return: 3, Fort Hays State, Oct 29, 2011 Tackles: 17, at Pittsburg State, Nov 26, 2011 (6-11) Sacks: 2.5, Abilene Christian, Nov 19, 2011 (2-1) Tackles for loss: 3.0, at Missouri State, Sep 04, 2008 (3-0) Fumbles forced: 1, at Colorado Mines, Aug 28, 2010 ; Missouri Western, Sep 22, 2011 Pass breakups: 2, at Missouri State, Sep 04, 2008 ; Missouri Western, Sep 18, 2010

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6-2 | 245 | Junior St. Louis, Mo. Hazelwood West HS At Washburn: Making the move from offensive line to fullback to start his junior season. In 2011: Appeared in six games on the offensive line helping the Ichabods to the No. 4-ranked passing offense in the nation, the No. 5-ranked total offensive team in the nation and the 11th-ranked scoring offense in the nation. In 2011: Appeared in six games on the offensive line helping the Ichabods to the No. 4-ranked passing offense in the nation, the No. 5-ranked total offensive team in the nation and the 11th-ranked scoring offense in the nation. 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, allmetro 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: Son of Stanley and Annette Travis … majoring in mass media.

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At Washburn: Has played in 26 games recording 48 tackles with nine tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks making 12 starts and returns to a starting defensive end position. In 2011: Started the final 12 games of the season playing in all 13 recording 48 tackles with 20 solo stops and eight tackles for loss for 40 yards and 3.5 sacks for 13 yards … recorded a career-high six tackles against Missouri Western adding 2.5 tackles for loss and a sack … had a fumble recovery against Central Oklahoma and two pass break ups … a two-time winner of the Ichabods’ defensive lineman of the week after the Emporia State and after the Pittsburg State games … a member of the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. 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 CapitalJournal, 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: Son of Veronica Walker … majoring in physical education.

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6-2 | 220 | Junior San Francisco, Calif. Balboa HS | City College of San Francisco At Washburn: Joined the Ichabods for spring practice … will compete for time at inside linebacker and on special teams. Background: Named honorable mention all-city as a senior at Balboa … appeared in nine games as a sophomore recording 14 tackles with one for loss with a pass break up. Personal: Son of John Weekly and Willetta Heard …  majoring in mass media … cousin Larry Grant played at Ohio State and currently plays for the San Francisco 49ers.

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At Washburn: Will compete for time at quarterback after redshirting in 2011. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named Ichabod work team offensive player of the week for practice prior to the Missouri Western game. 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: Son of Trevor and Tina Williams … undecided on major … his father played football at Kansas Wesleyan.

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6-2 | 210 | Redshirt Freshman Salina, Kan. Salina Central HS

At Washburn: Has appeared in 24 career games making 12 starts recording 90 tackles with 35 solo stops … returning to a starting linebacker position. In 2011: Started the final 12 games of the season playing in all 13 finishing fifth on the team with 83 tackles including four for loss …  added seven pass break ups and three forced fumbles … named the Ichabod defensive skill player of the week after the Lincoln game … had a career-high 10 tackles in back-to-back games against Missouri Western and Emporia State … forced two fumbles against Pittsburg State during the regular season and was awarded the Big Hit honor twice during the season. In 2010: Played in 11 games recording seven stops with three solo tackles … had a careerhigh 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: 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 2011 13-12 32 51 83 7 4.0/14 0.5/1 3 1 0 Totals 24-12 35 55 90 7 4.0/14 0.5/1 3 1 0

Williams’ Game Highs Punt returns: 1, Abilene Christian, Nov 19, 2011 Tackles: 10, at Emporia State, Oct 01, 2011 (4-6); Missouri Western, Sep 22, 2011 (4-6) Sacks: .5, at Pittsburg State, Nov 26, 2011 (0-1) Tackles for loss: 2.0, Lincoln, Sep 08, 2011 (2-0) Fumbles forced: 2, at Pittsburg State, Nov 05, 2011 Fumbles recovered: 1, Missouri Western, Sep 22, 2011 Pass breakups: 3, Central Oklahoma, Oct 15, 2011

At Washburn: Will compete for time in the defensive secondary and on special teams. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt … named the Ichabods’ work team defensive player of the week for practice prior to the Truman game … named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. 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 first 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: Son of Dale and Ginger Wooten … undecided on major.

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6-3 | 240 | Junior Kansas City, Kan. Washington HS | Kansas

Willie Williams

At Washburn: Joined the Ichabods for fall practice after transferring from Kansas … will compete for time in the linebacker rotation and on special teams. Background: At Kansas in 2011 he played in all 12 games recording 35 tackles with 14 solo stops and a fumble recovery … at Independence Community College he earned one letter at linebacker recording 88 tackles as a sophomore, including nine for a loss … at Washington High School he was a three-time letterman playing wide receiver, linebacker and cornerback. Personal: Son of Dwayne Wright and Alicia Hooks … majoring in sociology.

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Yoder

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6-2 | 276 | Redshirt Freshman Silver Lake, Kan. Silver Lake HS At Washburn: Will compete for time on the offensive line at center. In 2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Background: Named all-state at offensive line by Topeka Capital-Journal, kpreps.com and maxpreps.com as well as first team all-league as a senior … received first team allleague accolades as a junior as well as honorable mention all-state honors. Personal: Son of Ron and Anne Yoder … uncle Rob Reilly played basketball at Washburn … anticipated major is sports management.

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Rayshawn

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Boehm

Cato

5-8 | 190 | Freshman Lincoln, Neb. Southeast HS

6-3 | 300 | Freshman Midwest City, Okla. Carl Albert HS

Background: Won Class A state football championship and named first team all-city as a senior as well as earning honorable mention all-state honors after recording 103 tackles which was second on the team and 10th in conference. Personal: Son of Marc and Janelle Boehm …  majoring in Kinesiology … his brother Broderick played one season at Nebraska …  his father Marc is the Executive Associate Athletic Director at Nebraska.

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Background: Started all 11 games as a senior leading team to a 9-1 record … a second team all-league pick and a first team all-district selection … as a junior he started all 12 games helping team reach the state quarterfinals … played in all 12 games making three starts as a sophomore as the Titans won the class 5A state championship. Personal: Son of Raquel Cato … anticipated major is business.

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6-2 | 185 | Freshman Topeka, Kan. Washburn Rural HS

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Background: Named to the Topeka Capital Journal’s all-city Top 11 pick and the city’s offensive player of the year after leading the city in total offense, rushing yards and scoring with 1,995 total yards, 961 rushing yards and 22 touchdowns scoring 134 points while passing for 1,191 yards and 12 touchdowns … also named first team all-league at quarterback … named cornerback of the year as a junior and was a two-time team MVP for the Junior Blues as a junior and senior. Personal: Son of James and Stephanie Curtis … anticipated major is physical education.

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Derek

6-4 | 180 | Freshman Topeka, Kan. Washburn Rural HS

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6-2 | 210 | Freshman Defiance, Mo. Francis Howell

Background: Named first team all-league, first team all-state metro, second team all-state and the defensive player of the year after recording 80 tackles with a school-record 17 sacks and one fumble recovery … as a junior he was a first team all-league pick as well as second team all-state and a first team all-metro selection as well as earning defensive player of the year honors … named first team all-league as a sophomore and named the team’s lineman of the year as a freshman … finished his career with a school-record 40 sacks which is the secondbest total in the Missouri state football record book. Personal: Son of James and Shila Zuk-Brown … undecided on major.

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6-4 | 195 | Sophomore Rossville, Kan. Rossville HS Background: Will join the Ichabods with three seasons of eligibility after playing two seasons of basketball at Fort Hays State … at Rossville High School he was a two-time all-state selection in football and baseball breaking the Kansas State records for receptions and receiving yards as a senior … in basketball he was a three-time all-league pick and a two-time allstate first team pick after averaging 17.8 points, 7.8 rebounds and 3.6 assists per game as a senior. Personal: Son of Steve and Shelly Buhler …younger brother Mitch is a sophomore quarterback at Washburn.

Background: A three-year letterman in football. Personal: Son of Gavin and Chrissy Chapman …majoring in business management.

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6-3 | 320 | Redshirt Freshman East St. Louis, Ill. East St. Louis HS | Akron Background: A transfer from the Unviersity of Akron where he redshirted as a freshman … at East St. Louis High School, he was a three-time all-conference selection ... ranked the No. 23 center in the nation by ESPN.com ... captained the team as a senior and was selected to the St. Louis American’s All-American Team as a junior and senior ... named to the EA Sports Sophomore All-American Team ... East St. Louis won the 2008 Illinois state championship and captured three-straight Southwestern Conference titles ... three-time first-team all-conference, first-team all-metro and first-team all-area selection. Personal: Son of John and Donna Clay … father played football at Missouri and for the Los Angeles Raiders and the San Diego Chargers in the NFL.

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5-11 | 190 | Freshman Yukon, Okla. Yukon HS Background: As a senior he was named second team allstate by the Daily Oklahoman and first team all-city by the same newspaper … a first team Oklahoma Football Coaches Association 6A all-star selection … named the District 6A-1 defensive back of the year as well as first team defensive back … named all-metro first team and Vype Magazine’s all-Central Oklahoma first team at defensive back … recorded seven interceptions with 88 tackles … he added 45 receptions for 555 yards and four touchdowns with 39 rushing attempts for 281 yards and three touchdowns. Personal: of Mark and Andrea Deeds … anticipated major is business.

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6-0 | 175 | Freshman Wichita, Kan. Wichita Northwest HS Background: Recorded 10 tackles and four assisted stops at defensive back as a senior adding three catches for 45 yards … averaged 57 yards per kickoff return with 262 yards on five returns scoring two touchdowns … as a junior he had five catches for 58 yards adding 15 solo tackles and seven assisted stops. Personal: Son of Ronald and Janice Franklin … anticipated major is criminal justice.

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6-1 | 210 | Freshman Wichita, Kan. Wichita South HS

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defensive back 5-10 | 175 | Freshman Wichita, Kan. Wichita Northwest HS

Background: Averaged 7.2 tackles per game as a senior totaling 72 on the season with 45 solo stops … also had six punt returns for 91 yards averaging 15.2 yards per attempt … also ran track. Personal: Son of Mark Geddis … his brother Mark plays football at Langston … majoring in sports medicine.

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Background: Was an honorable mention all-state pick and a second team all-city selection for the Titans as a senior after recording 112 tackles with 13 sacks … named honorable mention all-city as a junior … a state qualifier in track as a sophomore … also wrestled … received an academic letter as a senior. Personal: Son of Frederick Freeman and Shenae Jeffrey … undecided on major.

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touchdowns … added 250 receiving yards … a two-time St. Louis area Prepzone Player of the Year … named one of the top 33 running backs in the Greater St. Louis area as a senior. Personal: … son of Gary Hawkins and Sonya Burnett … anticipated major is business.

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Wide Receiver 6-2 | 175 | Freshman McPherson, Kan. McPherson HS

Background: As a senior he caught 76 passes for 1,481 yards and 14 touchdowns while also carrying the ball 35 times for 218 yards adding five more touchdowns … he was a Class 5A all-state pick while earning first team all-league honors … also named to the Kansas Coaches all-state 5A team… tabbed for the Kansas Shrine Bowl … also averaged 19.3 yards per punt return on 18 attempts and 18.3 yards per kickoff return on 18 tries while tying for the team lead with 22 touchdowns scored. Personal: Son of Penny Hart … undecided on major.

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6-3 | 220 | Freshman Baileyville, Kan. B&B HS Background: Was an all-league pick on both offense and defense as a junior earning all-state honors as a senior … named the defensive most valuable player in the district as a senior … an honorable mention all-state pick as a junior … team finished state runner-up his sophomore and senior seasons after winning state as a freshman and junior … will play in the 2012 Kansas Shrine Bowl and the Kansas 8-Man All-Star game … was a first team all-league pick in basketball as a junior as his team finished third in state his sophomore season … placed third in the high jump as a junior and fifth as a sophomore reaching 6-foot-8 in the high jump … a three-time all-league first team catcher on the baseball team … a four-year member of the honor roll and senior class president. Personal: Son of Doug and Lora Heiman … anticipated major is business.

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6-5 | 205 | Freshman Stillwater, Okla. Sillwater HS Background: Finished his prep career with 9,291 yards and 95 touchdowns … led Oklahoma’s Class 6A with 3,255 yards and 40 touchdowns earning Daily Oklahoman first team 6A all-state honors and first team all-big city as well as Daily Oklahoman second team all-class honors … was also a second team Tulsa World all-class quarterback his senior year … earned District 6A-4 Most Valuable Player honors as a senior and was named first team all-area as a junior … led team to class 6A state playoffs. Personal: Son of Jim and Barb Littell … his father is the head coach of the Oklahoma State women’s basketball program … undecided on major.

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Lusk

defensive Lineman 5-9 | 275| Freshman Midwest City, Okla. Carl Albert HS

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Hendricks

Background: As a sophomore he recorded 35 tackles with a sack and two forced fumbles as the team won the state championship … as a junior he had 70 tackles with four sacks and three forced fumbles … his senior season he recorded 85 tackles with five sacks and two forced fumbles. Personal: Son of Willis Sr., and Jessica Lusk … anticipated major is business management.

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6-0 | 220 | Freshman East St. Louis, Mo. Hazelwood Central HS Background: A four-year letterwinner earning first team allleague honors as a senior … as a sophomore he was named the junior varsity defensive player of the year. Personal: Son of Darold and Arlecia Hendricks … anticipated major is sports management.

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matthews defensive end

6-3 | 218 | Freshman Fenton, Mo Rockwood Summit HS

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johnson Wide Receiver 6-0 | 175 | Freshman Overland Park, Kan. Olathe East HS

Background: Named honorable mention all-league after recording 780 receiving yards on 45 catches with six touchdowns. Personal: Son of Charles and Rebecca Johnson … anticipated major is business management.

Background: Was a second team all-state pick as a senior and a third team all-metro pick after his senior season … first team all-league honors as a junior and senior … played in the Blue/ Gray All-Star game in Florida. Personal: Son of George and Victoria Matthews … his father played football at Southeast Missouri … anticipated major is criminal justice.

5-6 | 155 | Freshman Florissant, Mo. Saint Louis University HS Background: As a senior he was named all-league and allstate after rushing for 1,311 yards and 183 carries scoring 20

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6-2 | 210 | Freshman Leawood, Kan. Blue Valley HS

6-5 | 255 | Freshman Franklinville, N.J. Desea Regional HS

Background: As a senior he was named to the Topeka Capital-Journal’s Third Top 11 all-state squad and named the Eastern Kansas League’s Defensive Player of the Year earning all-metro, all-state and all-Simone team honors after recording 160 tackles (87 solo/73 assisted) with three tackles for loss and three forced fumbles for the state finalists Tigers. Personal: Son of John and Lisa McCoy … anticipated major is marketing.

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offensive lineman 6-5 | 270 | Freshman Lansing, Kan. Lansing HS

Background: As a senior he was a first team all-league pick on the offensive line and a second team pick on the defensive line … also added honorable mention all-state honors on both offensive and defensive lines … an honorable mention all-metro pick on the offensive line and a first team all-county selection on the offensive line … as a junior he was a second team all-league pick on offensive and honorable mention allleague pick on the defensive line … earned first team all-county defensive line honors … also lettered in basketball and baseball. Personal: Son of Steve and Jackie Miller … brother Kyle plays baseball at the Air Force Academy … undecided on major.

Background: Played both defensive end and tight end for the Crusaders … also played basketball. Personal: Son of Charles Devaughn-Parker and Patricia Parker … anticipated major is history.

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Background: Was a first team all-league pick at defensive back and at running back and earned honorable mention all-state at safety …  as a senior he was a first team all-league pick at defensive back and at running back while earning first team all-state honors at running back. Personal: Son of Steve and Kathy Perry … anticipated major is sports management.

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mitchell 6-4 | 210 | Freshman Platte City, Mo. Platte City HS

Background: A three-year letterman earning second team allleague as a senior … was a first team all-district and first team all-league selection as a junior and earned honorable mention all-league honors as a sophomore. Personal: Son of Eric and Karen Mitchell … his father played football at Missouri Western and his mom played softball for the Griffons … undecided on major.

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Wingo

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6-0 | 220 | Freshman Independence, Mo. Truman Background: A four-year varsity letterwinner who was the team’s leading tackler as a senior … team won district championship as a senior … also lettered in football and baseball. Personal: Son of Trace Wingo and Anna Vollenweicler … anticipated major is mass media.

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tupper Linebacker

5-10 | 190 | Freshman Stilwell, Kan. Blue Valley HS

Background: Recorded 119 tackles as a senior with five sacks, three fumble recoveries, a forced fumble and an interception en route to second team all-league honors … a three-year letterman. Personal: Son of Jeff and Johnna Tupper … anticipated major is digital film and video.

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Background: Rushed for a school-record 418 yards on 34 carries rushing for four touchdowns and pulling down a touchdown reception to open his senior season en route to rushing for over 1,200 yards and 15 touchdowns playing in only five games … named KC area player of the week and a three-time offensive MVP … as a junior he was named an ultimate top 100 prospect after rushing for 700 yards and seven touchdowns as the Hawklets won the 6A Missouri state championship. Personal: Son of Byron and Nerissa Walker … anticipated major is sports medicine.

Background: Named first team all-district seven on the offensive line as a senior and second team all-district on the defensive line as a senior … recorded 56 tackles with four sacks and a fumble recovery as a senior … had 59 tackles with seven sacks his junior season … also played basketball. Personal: Son of Michael and Monica Sanders … anticipated major is pre-engineering.

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6-3 | 205 | Freshman Kansas City, Mo. University Academy

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5-11 | 195 | Freshman Kansas City, Mo. Rockhurst HS

running back 5-9 | 175 | Freshman Hesston, Kan. Hesston HS

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

The 2012 Washburn Ichabod roster features 56 homegrown Kansans. In each of his 10 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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No. Name Hometown 2 Bryce Atagi Shawnee 3 Hayden Groves Olathe 5 Tyrell Brown Topeka 6 Jordan Nelson Manhattan 9 Joel Piper McPherson 10 Mitch Buhler Rossville 12 Mark Fancher Shawnee 13 Chad Williams Chapman 14 Connor Crimmins Topeka 15 Matt Kobbeman Topeka 16 Calvin Kenney Riley 19 David Gauntt Topeka 21 Schuyler Jackson Shawnee 24 T.J. Shine Wichita 28 Donnie Lockhart Topeka 29 Brit Dewey Silver Lake 36 Alec Steuber Topeka 37 Isaac Wright Kansas City 38 Shay Wooten Salina 41 Kyle Brunson Shawnee 42 Tyler Lutz Topeka 43 Mark Kolmer Emporia 45 Jeremy Linn Abilene 46 Cody Heiman Baileyville 47 Ben Muiller Lawrence 49 Devon Haynes Wichita 54 Kyle Duncan Topeka 55 Dylan Ready Topeka 56 Tyler Ewy Louisburg 60 Luke Yoder Silver Lake 62 Darion Hillman Kansas City 63 Aleck Boyd Topeka 64 Michael Miller Lansing 73 Jordon McCallister Junction City 74 Michael Lisher Lawrence 82 Jeremy Carlisle Tonganoxie 83 Brad Gourley Olathe 85 Matt Buhler Rossville 86 Jordan Hart McPherson 87 Adam Luthi Holton 89 Corey Walker Paola 91 Jeremy Boyd Silver Lake Sam Olberding Centralia Kyle Perry Hesston Dominic Foreman Kansas City Cooper McCoy Leawood Chad Johnson Overland Park Jaxon Tupper Stilwell Cameron Chapman Topeka John Copeland Topeka Skylar Curtis Topeka Zach Franklin Wichita Frederick Freeman, Jr. Wichita Tevin Geddis Wichita Antonio Johnson Kansas City Donald Sankey Junction City

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In ten seasons as the Ichabods’ head coach, Craig Schurig has built one of the most respected programs in the MIAA with three NCAA playoff appearances and the 2005 MIAA title coming on the heel’s of a 2007, 2009 and 2011 runner-up finish in the conference race. He has completed a 72-44 record at Washburn. The 72 wins are on top of the all-time wins chart at Washburn. Through his first ten seasons, in addition to three 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. In 2011, the Ichabods reached their third NCAA playoffs in school history going 10-3 setting a school-record for the most wins in a season. Washburn also recorded its first victory in school history during the playoffs with a 52-49 win over Abilene Christian. As quarterbacks coach, he helped Dane

Simoneau throw for more than 4,000 yards setting a school record and a national finalist award for the Harlon Hill Trophy as the best player in NCAA Division II, the first national finalist in Washburn history. Simoneau would go on to be a fivetime consensus All-American at quarterback as well as the MIAA’s Offensive Player of the Year, the first Ichabod to win the award. 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 fifthstraight 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

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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 10 3 .769 7 72 44 .621 55

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 2 .778 2nd 34 .617

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 Second Round NCAA Playoffs/School-record 10 wins

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Playing experience Colorado Mines, defensive back, 1983-86 Coaching experience 1992 Colorado Mines Volunteer assistant, running backs 1993-95 Pittsburg State Graduate assistant, tight ends 1996-2001 Pittsburg State Assistant, defensive backs, punt team 2002-12 Washburn Head coach, quarterbacks

The Schurig Family Craig, Louisa, Samantha, Mitchell and Michael

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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 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 ten seasons at Washburn, the Ichabods have had 18 different players earn 51 different All-American accolades, two MIAA Most Valuable Defensive Players, an MIAA Offensive Player of the Year, four MIAA Freshman of the Year awards and 123 players receive all-MIAA honors. He has been equally on task with players in the classroom with 171 Ichabods named to the MIAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll, including three 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 stateof-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 second-team all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference honors as a senior. He graduated in 1987 with a bachelor’s degree in petroleum engineering. Schurig earned a master’s degree in physical education at Pittsburg State in 1996. Craig and his wife, Louisa, have a daughter, Samantha, and two sons, Mitchell and Michael.

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Year by Year Results Under Schurig 2002 • Record: 3-8 (3-6/7th - MIAA)

2006 • Record: 7-4 (6-3/4th - MIAA)

2003 • Record: 5-6 (3-6/7th - MIAA)

2007 • Record: 8-4 (7-2/2nd - MIAA) 2010 • Record: 8-4 (6-3/3rd - MIAA)

S7 S14 S21 S28 O5 O12 O19 O26 N2 N9 N16 S6 S13 S20 S27 O4 O11 O18 O25 N1 N8 N15

Wis-LaCrosse at Fort Hays State #3 Pittsburg State at Missouri Southern #6 Northwest Missouri at Truman at #8 Central Missouri Missouri Western #16 Emporia State at Missouri-Rolla at Southwest Baptist at Langston Fort Hays State at #24 Emporia State Truman State at Northwest Missouri #5 Pittsburg State at Southwest Baptist Missouri-Rolla #13 Central Missouri at Missouri Western Missouri Southern

L 17-31 L 29-37 L 14-47 L 28-52 L 13-48 W 26-21 L 21-55 L(2ot) 28-34 W 34-21 W 49-0 L 20-26 W 28-0 W 28-4 L(ot) 28-35 L 6-12 L 14-45 L 10-37 W 41-37 W 49-24 L 28-49 L 14-30 W 38-35

2004 • Record: 8-4 (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 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

2005 • Record: 9-3 (7-1/1st - MIAA)

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 W(ot) 35-34 O8 at #5 Northwest Missouri W 31-28 O15 Truman W 21-14 O22 at Emporia State W 42-14 O29 Missouri Southern W 49-35 N5 at Missouri Western L(ot) 21-28 NCAA Second Round Playoffs - Topeka N19 #21 Northwest Missouri L 32-42

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Colorado Mines at Western Washington at #19 Central Missouri at Fort Hays State Southwest Baptist at #11 Pittsburg State #2 Northwest Missouri at Truman Emporia State at Missouri Southern #11 Missouri Western

W 41-21 L 13-16 W 14-10 W 37-7 W 56-23 L 14-29 L 26-31 L 7-21 W 37-6 W 14-13 W 16-3

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 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

2008 • Record: 6-5 (4-5/6th - MIAA) A28 S4 S13 S20 S27 O4 O11 O18 O25 N1 N8

Colorado Mines at Missouri State at Fort Hays State at #20 Central Missouri Missouri Western at Missouri Southern Emporia State at Truman #3 Northwest Missouri at #12 Pittsburg State Nebraska-Omaha

W 27-3 W 35-27 L 7-17 L 34-43 W 21-17 W 23-0 W 14-6 W 31-17 L 21-24 L 17-48 L 14-34

2009 • Record: 8-3 (6-3/2nd - MIAA) A29 S4 S12 S19 S26 O3 O10 O17 O24 O31 N7

at Colorado Mines New Mexico Highlands Missouri Southern at Missouri Western #11 Central Missouri Fort Hays State at Nebraska-Omaha Pittsburg State at #4 Northwest Missouri Truman at Emporia State

W 27-14 W 82-21 W 54-31 L 34-37 W 36-21 W 28-14 L 21-31 W 55-3 L(ot) 19-22 W 37-7 W 56-35

A28 at Colorado Mines W 34-29 S4 #6 Abilene Christian L 26-34 S18 #11 Missouri Western L 33-36 S25 at #21 Central Missouri L 45-55 O2 at Fort Hays State W 38-27 O9 Nebraska-Omaha W 40-28 O16 at Pittsburg State W(2ot) 35-34 O23 #5 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 - Topeka, Kan. D4 vs #24 Midwestern State W 45-14

2011 • Record: 10-3 (7-2/2nd - MIAA)

S1 at Sioux Falls W 33-17 S8 Lincoln W 66-26 S17 at Missouri Southern W 30-14 S22 Missouri Western W 41-20 O1 at Emporia State W 31-17 O8 at Truman W 42-14 O15 Central Oklahoma W 48-3 O22 at #6 Northwest Missouri L 28-52 O29 Fort Hays State W 45-20 N5 at #2 Pittsburg State W 43-25 N12 Central Missouri L 21-39 NCAA First Round Playoffs - Topeka, Kan. N19 #11 Abilene Christian W 52-49 NCAA Second Round Playoffs - Pittsburg, Kan. N26 at #7 Pittsburg State L 22-31

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Schurig vs All Opponents Opponent W-L Abilene Christian 1-1 Central Missouri 3-7 Central Oklahoma 1-0 Central Washington 0-1 Chadron State 0-1 Colorado Mines 6-1 Emporia State 9-1 Fort Hays State 6-2 Langston 2-0 Lincoln 1-0 Midwestern State 1-0 Missouri Science & Technology 3-0 Missouri Southern 9-1 Missouri State 1-0 Missouri Western 5-5 Nebraska Omaha 1-2 New Mexico Highlands 1-0 Northern State 1-0 Northwest Missouri 1-10 Pittsburg State 5-6 Sioux Falls 1-0 Southwest Baptist 5-1 Truman 8-2 Western Washington 1-1 West Texas A&M 0-1 Wisconsin-LaCrosse 0-1 Totals 72-44

Home 1-1 2-3 1-0 0-0 0-1 2-1 5-0 4-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 4-0 0-0 4-2 1-1 1-0 0-0 0-6 3-2 0-0 2-0 3-1 1-0 0-0 0-1 37-19

Away Neutral Postseason PF PA 0-0 0-0 1-0 78 83 1-4 0-0 0-0 276 374 0-0 0-0 0-0 48 3 0-1 0-0 0-0 42 48 0-0 0-0 0-0 24 34 4-0 0-0 0-0 211 124 4-1 0-0 0-0 343 165 2-2 0-0 0-0 240 136 1-0 0-0 0-0 58 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 66 26 0-0 1-0 1-0 45 14 2-0 0-0 0-0 140 41 5-1 0-0 0-0 343 250 1-0 0-0 0-0 35 27 1-3 0-0 0-0 269 252 0-1 0-0 0-0 75 93 0-0 0-0 0-0 82 21 0-0 1-0 1-0 36 33 1-4 0-0 0-1 272 410 2-4 0-0 0-1 294 386 1-0 0-0 0-0 33 17 3-1 0-0 0-0 248 156 5-1 0-0 0-0 348 153 0-1 0-0 0-0 44 37 0-1 0-0 0-1 39 40 0-0 0-0 0-0 17 31 33-25 2-0 3-3 3706 2961

First Meeting 09/04/2010 10/19/2002 10/15/2011 09/17/2005 08/25/2007 08/28/2004 11/02/2002 09/14/2002 09/06/2003 09/08/2011 12/04/2010 11/09/2002 09/28/2002 09/04/2008 10/26/2002 11/08/2008 09/04/2009 12/04/2004 10/05/2002 09/21/2002 09/01/2011 11/16/2002 10/12/2002 09/03/2005 11/17/2007 09/07/2002

Last Meeting 11/26/2011 11/12/2011 10/15/2011 09/17/2005 08/25/2007 08/28/2010 10/01/2011 10/29/2011 09/04/2004 09/08/2011 12/04/2010 10/25/2003 09/17/2011 09/04/2008 09/22/2011 10/09/2010 09/04/2009 12/04/2004 10/22/2011 11/26/2011 09/01/2011 11/10/2007 10/08/2011 09/09/2006 11/17/2007 09/07/2002

Score W 52-49 L 21-39 W 48-3 L 42-48 L 24-34 W 34-29 W 31-17 W 45-20 W 30-7 W 66-26 W 45-14 W 49-24 W 30-14 W 35-27 W 41-20 W 40-28 W 82-21 W 36-33 L 28-52 L 22-31 W 33-17 W 37-14 W 42-14 L 13-16 L 39-40 L 17-31

Schurig by Year Results Overall vs unranked teams vs top 25 AFCA vs top 10 AFCA MIAA regular season MIAA home games MIAA road games All home games All road games Neutral site games Bowl games NCAA Postseason

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Totals 3-8 5-6 8-4 9-3 7-4 8-4 6-5 8-3 8-4 10-3 72-44 2-5 5-3 8-2 6-2 5-2 7-1 6-2 7-2 7-0 8-1 59-20 1-4 0-3 0-2 3-1 2-2 1-3 0-3 1-1 1-4 2-2 11-25 0-2 0-1 0-2 2-0 0-1 0-3 0-1 0-1 0-2 1-2 3-15 3-6 3-6 6-3 7-1 6-3 7-2 4-5 6-3 6-3 7-2 55-34 1-3 2-3 3-1 4-0 3-1 4-1 2-2 5-0 2-2 3-1 29-14 2-3 1-3 3-2 3-1 3-2 3-1 2-3 1-3 5-1 4-1 27-20 1-4 3-3 4-2 5-1 4-1 4-2 3-2 6-0 2-3 5-1 37-19 2-4 2-3 3-2 4-2 3-3 4-2 3-3 2-3 5-1 5-2 33-25 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-3

Schurig by the Numbers 72-44 59-20 11-25 3-15 55-34 29-14 27-20 37-19 33-25 2-0 2-0 171 123 51 18 8 5 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 1

Milestone wins

Overall 1st 26-21 at Truman, 10/12/2002 vs unranked teams First collegiate coaching win vs top 25 AFCA 16th 36-33 vs Northern State, 12/04/2004 vs top 10 AFCA Mineral Water Bowl victory MIAA regular season 21st 35-34 vs Pittsburg State, 10/01/2005 MIAA home games Snapped 25-game losing streak to PSU MIAA road games 25th 49-35 vs Missouri Southern, 10/29/2005 All home games Clinched first MIAA Championship All road games 32nd 16-3 vs Missouri Western, 11/11/2006 Neutral site games Moved into 4th on WU all-time win chart Bowl games 47th 27-14 at Colorado Mines, 08/29/2009 MIAA Academic Honor Roll Members Moved into 3rd on WU all-time win chart All-MIAA Honorees 59th 45-12 at Truman, 10/30/2010 Total All-American Awards Moved into 2nd on WU all-time win chart Different Ichabod All-Americans 62nd 45-14 vs Midwestern State, 12/04/2010 Consecutive Winning Seasons Kanza Bowl victory Former Ichabods who have been in NFL training camps 68th 42-14 at Truman, 10/08/2011 MIAA Freshmen of the Year Became all-time winningest coach at Washburn NCAA Appearances 72nd 52-49 vs Abilene Christian, 11/19/2011 Academic All-Americans Recorded first national playoff game win MIAA Defensive Players of the Year NFL Draft Picks MIAA Offensive Player of the Year MIAA Championship MIAA Special Teams Player of the Year ////////////////////////////////////// 47

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Single Game Records Under Schurig Team Records

Most carries 1. 60 at Missouri Western 2. 57 Truman 57 Missouri Southern 4. 56 at Southwest Baptist

09/29/07 10/20/07 10/29/05 11/10/07

Most net yards rushing 1. 428 Truman (57 carries) 2. 382 Missouri Southern (57) 3. 363 Truman (46) 4. 362 at Southwest Baptist (56)

10/20/07 10/29/05 10/31/09 11/10/07

Most passes attempted 1. 50 Central Missouri 2. 47 at Emporia State 3. 46 at Pittsburg State 4. 45 at Missouri Southern

11/12/11 10/01/11 11/05/11 09/17/11

Most passes completed 1. 29 Central Missouri 2. 27 at Sioux Falls (S.D) 3. 25 six times

11/12/11 09/01/11

Most passing yards 1. 452 at Sioux Falls (S.D) 2. 424 Abilene Christian 3. 417 Central Oklahoma 4. 400 vs Northern State Most touchdown passes 1. 6 Central Oklahoma 6 Pittsburg State 3. 5 six times

carries Hearn,Trent Hearn,Trent Mosley,Ra’Shawn Walker,Brandon

Missouri Southern at Northwest Missouri at Missouri Western Pittsburg State

Most net yards rushing (carries) 1. 227 Moore,Vershon Truman 2. 218 Moore,Vershon at Colorado Mines 3. 210 Mosley,Ra’Shawn at Missouri Western 4. 193 Mosley,Ra’Shawn Southwest Baptist 5. 178 Hearn,Trent Truman

Most total offense yards plays (rush/pass) 1. 93 at Pittsburg State 11/05/11 (47/46) 2. 89 at Missouri Western 11/08/03 (47/42) 3. 87 at Emporia State 10/01/11 (40/47) Most all-purpose yards gained 1. 869 Southwest Baptist 2. 776 Truman 3. 762 Abilene Christian

11/15/03 10/08/05 09/29/07 11/03/07 10/31/09 (17) 08/28/10 (24) 09/29/07 (33) 09/30/06 (15) 10/15/05 (27)

Most rushing TDs scored 1. 4 Cooper,Justin Abilene Christian 4 Hearn,Trent Missouri Southern 4 Walker,Brandon Truman 4 Walker,Brandon Truman 5. 3 nine times

11/19/11 11/15/03 10/19/07 10/20/07

Longest rush from scrimmage 1. 78 Cooper,Justin at Colorado Mines 78 Walker,Brandon Western Washington 3. 76 Hearn,Trent Truman 4 75 McPherson,Sean Central Oklahoma 5. 74 Moore,Vershon Northwest Missouri

08/29/09 09/03/05 10/15/05 10/15/11 10/23/10

Most 1. 50 2. 47 3. 46 4. 45 5. 42

passes attempted Simoneau,Dane Central Missouri Simoneau,Dane at Emporia State Simoneau,Dane at Pittsburg State Simoneau,Dane at Missouri Southern four times

11/12/11 10/01/11 11/05/11 09/17/11

Most 1. 29 2. 27 3. 25

passes completed Simoneau,Dane Central Missouri Simoneau,Dane at Sioux Falls (S.D) Simoneau,Dane five times

11/12/11 09/01/11

Most passing yards 1. 452 Simoneau,Dane 2. 424 Simoneau,Dane 3. 400 Schuerman,Tyler 4. 398 Simoneau,Dane 5. 392 Simoneau,Dane

at Sioux Falls (S.D) Abilene Christian vs Northern State Fort Hays State at Nebraska-Omaha

Most touchdown passes 1. 6 Simoneau,Dane Pittsburg State 2. 5 five times Longest pass completion 1. 86 Schuerman,Tyler Emporia State 2. 82 Brill,Jordan at Colorado Mines 3. 77 Simoneau,Dane Pittsburg State 4. 76 Iverson,Jake at Central Missouri 5. 74 three times

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10/15/11 10/17/09

Most total offense yards (rush/pass) 1. 644 Southwest Baptist 09/30/06 (357/287) 2. 620 Fort Hays State 10/29/11 (266/354) 3. 612 at Missouri-Rolla 11/9/02 (361/251)

Individual Records

Most 1. 34 2. 33 33 33

09/01/11 11/19/11 10/15/11 12/04/04

09/01/11 11/19/11 12/04/04 10/03/09 10/10/09 10/17/09 09/11/04 08/27/05 10/17/09 09/20/08

Most 1. 13 2. 11 11 4. 10 5. 9

09/30/06 10/20/07 11/19/11

Most points scored 1. 82 New Mexico Highlands 2. 71 Truman 3. 66 Lincoln

09/04/09 10/20/07 09/08/11

Most interception return yards (returns) 1. 114 Missouri Southern 09/12/09 (2) 2. 98 Missouri Southern 11/15/03 (2) 3. 91 at Southwest Baptist 11/10/07 (4)

Most touchdowns scored 1. 11 New Mexico Highlands 2. 10 Truman 3. 9 two times

09/04/09 10/20/07

Most tackles (solo-assisted) 1. 108 at Southwest Baptist 09/23/05 (56-52) 2. 105 Emporia State 09/11/04 (39-66) 3. 100 Northwest Missouri 10/05/02 (34-66)

Most punt return yards (returns) 1. 129 at Missouri Southern 11/06/04 (3) 2. 98 at Truman 09/18/04 (4) 3. 94 at Emporia State 11/07/09 (7)

Most Sacks (solo-assisted) 1. 9.0 at Truman 2. 7.0 Abilene Christian 3. 6.0 seven times

10/08/11 (5-8) 11/19/11 (5-4)

Most kick return yards (returns) 1. 194 Pittsburg State 10/11/03 (7) 2. 191 Chadron State 08/25/07 (7) 3. 176 at Pittsburg State 10/07/06 (6)

Most fumbles forced 1. 5 Missouri Western 2. 3 Pittsburg State 3. 4 at Colorado Mines

09/18/10 10/01/05 08/28/10

Most interception returns 1. 4 at Colorado Mines 4 at Southwest Baptist 4 at Colorado Mines

Most breakups 1. 10 Missouri Western 2. 9 Truman

11/11/06 10/15/05

passes caught Hastings,Joe at Colorado Mines Hastings,Joe at Missouri Southern Sissom,Sam vs Northern State Sissom,Sam Southwest Bapitst two times

08/28/10 11/13/10 12/04/04 10/09/04

Most yards receiving (receptions) 1. 231 Sissom,Sam at Colorado Mines 08/27/05 (7) 2. 223 Hastings,Joe vs Midwestern State 12/04/10 (10) 3. 216 Sissom,Sam vs Northern State 12/04/04 (11) 4. 214 Sissom,Sam at Western Washington 09/09/06 (7) 5. 201 Hastings,Joe at Colorado Mines 08/28/10 (13)

08/27/05 11/10/07 09/01/07

Most blocked kicks (FG's/PAT's/Punts) 1. 2 four times

Longest punt 1. 87 Hills,Austin 2. 85 Massey,Curtis

Nebraska-Omaha Missouri Southern

11/08/08 10/29/05

Longest punt return 1. 66 Sissom,Sam 2. 49 Sissom,Sam 48 Tetuan,Jarod 4. 36 Sissom,Sam

at Missouri Southern Missouri Southern at Truman Colorado Mines

11/06/04 11/15/03 09/18/04 09/02/06

Central Missouri Missouri Southern Chadron State Missouri Southern at Pittsburg State

09/10/05 10/06/07 08/25/07 11/15/03 11/01/08

Most TD receptions 1. 4 Hastings,Joe Nebraska-Omaha 2. 3 six times

10/09/10

Longest kick return 1. 100 Terrell,Fletche 100 Williams,Cary 3. 94 Williams,Cary 4. 89 Odupitan,Mike 89 Walker,Brandon

Longest pass reception 1. 86 Sissom,Sam Emporia State 2. 82 Sissom,Sam at Colorado Mines 3. 77 Cole,Brad Pittsburg State 4. 76 Powers,Drameagonat Central Missouri 5. 74 three times

09/11/04 08/27/05 10/17/09 09/20/08

Longest interception return 1. 80 Watkins,Zach at Truman 2. 74 Neal,Aaron Southwest Baptist 3. 69 Terrell,Fletche Emporia State 4. 66 Terrell,Fletche at Emporia State 5. 60 Terrell,Fletche at Emporia State

10/18/08 09/30/06 09/11/04 10/22/05 09/20/03

Longest fumble return 1. 72 Watkins,Zach Northwest Missouri 2. 52 Connors,Devon at Pittsburg State 3. 43 Taylor,Eric Fort Hays State 4. 10 Stuckey,Calvin at Missouri-Rolla

10/14/06 11/05/11 09/13/03 10/16/04

Most 1. 454 2. 446 3. 413 4. 412

total offense Simoneau,Dane Schuerman,Tyler Simoneau,Dane Schuerman,Tyler

yards gained (rush/pass) at Sioux Falls (S.D) 09/01/11 (2/452) vs Northern State 12/04/04 (46/400) Abilene Christian 11/19/11 (-11/424) Missouri Southern 09/22/01 (106/306)

Most all-purpose yards gained 1. 251 Sissom,Sam vs Northern State 2. 231 Sissom,Sam at Colorado Mines 3. 229 Moore,Vershon Truman 229 Mosley,Ra’Shawn at Missouri Western 5. 226 Williams,Cary Missouri Southern

12/04/04 08/27/05 10/31/09 09/29/07 10/06/07

Most points scored 1. 24 5x’s, last by Cooper,Justin vs Abilene Christian 11/19/11 Most 1. 11 2. 9 3. 8

extra points made by kicking Ivanisevic,Steve New Mexico Highlands Knight,Andrew Truman Four times

Most points scored by kicking 1. 18 Ivanisevic,Steve Missouri Southern

09/04/09 10/20/07 09/12/09

Most field goals made 1. 4 3x’s, last by Ivanisevic,Steve vs Nebraska-Omaha 10/09/10 Longest field goal made 1. 49 Ivanisevic,Steve Nebraska-Omaha 2. 47 Ivanisevic,Steve at Northwest Missouri 3. 45 two times

Most 1. 22 2. 20 3. 19 3. 19 19

tackles Curran,Casey Watkins,Zach Watkins,Zach Corcoran,Joe Watkins,Zach

Most 1. 5.0 5.0 2. 4.5 4. 4.0

tackles for loss Gonzalez,Mike at Missouri Western Ringwood,Bruce Northwest Missouri Palan-Johnson,D. at Truman four times

Most 1. 3.0 3.0 4. 2.5 2.5 6. 2.0

sacks Lewis,Trey Palan-Johnson,D Lawrence,Eric Taylor,Jahmil five times

at Missouri Western 09/19/09 (14-8) Central Missouri 09/22/07 (8-12) at Northwest Missouri10/05/02 (10-9) Northwest Missouri 10/05/02 (10-9) at Colorado Mines 09/01/07 (8-11) 11/05/05 (0-1) 10/14/06 (3-1) 10/08/11 (4-1)

at Northwest Missouri 10/08/05 (2-1) at Truman 10/08/11 (3-0) Missouri Southern 09/12/09 (2-1) Abilene Christian 11/19/11 (2-1)

10/09/10 10/24/09

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The Robinson File Personal Year at Washburn: Eleventh Birthdate: Sept. 25, 1977 Family: Wife - Jessica Children: Tabor, Beckett and Grier Education College: William Jewell, 2000 Degree: Education Playing experience William Jewell, Fullback, 1996-1999 Coaching experience 2001-02 Pittsburg State Graduate assistant, defensive backs 2002-06 Washburn Assistant, wide receivers 2007-09 Washburn Assistant, running backs 2010-12 Washburn Assistant, offensive coordinator, running backs Recruiting Areas Kansas, Missouri, St. Louis, Kansas City, Oklahoma, Colorado The Robinson Family Rob, Jessica, Tabor, Grier and Beckett s

Rob Robinson is in his 11th 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 sixth year after spending the previous five seasons as the wide receivers coach. At Washburn, Robinson has had six players receive various all-region selections and 18 players who have received all-MIAA honors at either wide receiver, running back, fullback or on kickoff returns and two All-American selections. He has guided the top two offenses and the top two passing seasons in school history. In 2011, he directed Dane Simoneau at quarterback to a second-place finish in the Harlon Hill Award for the National Player of the Year after becoming the first Ichabod signal caller to throw for more than 4,000 yards with 38 touchdowns. In his first season as the Ichabod running backs coach in 2007, 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 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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Brock Luke

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-----------------------------Defensive Coordinator Defensive Line Recruiting Coordinator -----------------------------Second Season at Washburn

Opponents Review The MIAA Records History

Brock Luke joined the Washburn Ichabod coaching staff on Jan. 17, 2011 returning to Washburn after serving three seasons at Northwood University. Luke will lead the defensive in his first season as the defensive coordinator while working with the defensive line. 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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The Luke File Personal Year at Washburn: 2nd Birthdate: Oct. 11, 1982 Family: Wife - Stephanie Education College: Clarion, 2005 Degree: Management Postgraduate: Administration Playing experience Clarion (Pa.), Linebacker, 2000-04 Coaching experience 2006-07 Washburn Graduate assistant, defensive line 2008-10 Northwood University (Mich.) Assistant, running backs 2012 Washburn Assistant, defensive coordinator Recruiting Areas Kansas, Colorado, Topeka, Oklahoma, Missouri, St. Louis, Kansas City s

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-----------------------------Offensive Line -----------------------------Third Season at Washburn

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Eric Eisenbarth will be in his third season as a full-time assistant after spending the three previous seasons as a graduate assistant on the Ichabod coaching staff. At Washburn, Eisenbarth has coached three All-American selections, four all-region selections and eight all-MIAA selections. Eisenbarth has also coached one NFL player in 2011 All-American selection Brian Folkerts who signed with the New Orleans Saints. The Holton, Kan., native was a second team All-American selection and a first team AllMIAA 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. His sophomore season he played on both sides of the line make four starts at right tackle on offense. 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 a Schurig-era record for single-season rushing yards with 2,351 (which was the third-best in school history) while rushing for 4.8 yards per carry and 196 yards per game on the ground earning 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 all-state class 4A selection by the Capital-Journal, the Wichita Eagle and the Kansas Coaches Association on the offensive line and honorable mention all-state as a junior 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.

The Eisenbarth File Personal Year at Washburn: 3rd Birthdate: Aug. 22, 1985 Education College: Washburn, 2008 Degree: Criminal Justice Playing experience Washburn, Offensive Line

Coaching experience 2008-09 Washburn Graduate assistant, offensive line 2009-10 Washburn assistant, offensive line Recruiting Areas Kansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Kansas City, Missouri

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Josh Osborn

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-----------------------------Wide Receivers -----------------------------Second Season at Washburn

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Josh Osborn is in his second season as a full-time assistant after spending the previous two as a graduate assistant coach working with wide receivers. Overall Osborn is in his fifth season on the Ichabod sidelines after spending his first three seasons as a volunteer student assistant working with quarterbacks. In 2010, he helped coach Joe Hastings to a school record 1,546 yards and 87 receptions snapping records which were more than 20 years old. Hastings was an All-American pick for the Ichabods. Osborn has helped three 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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The Osborn File Personal Year at Washburn: 2nd Birthdate: March 22, 1984 Education College: Washburn, 2009 Degree: History Postgraduate Work: Administration Playing experience Highland CC, Quarterback, 2002-04 Coaching experience 2005-08 Washburn Student assistant, quarterbacks 2009-10 Washburn Graduate assistant, wide receivers 2011-12 Washburn Assistant, wide receivers Recruiting Areas Kansas, Nebraska, Topeka

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Jeff Schwinn

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-----------------------------Defensive Secondary and Special Teams Coordinator -----------------------------Second Season at Washburn

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The Schwinn File Personal Year at Washburn: 2nd Birthdate: Oct. 28, 1980 Family: Wife - Alisha Children: Brody and Brixton Education College: Kansas State, 2004 Degree: Education Playing experience Kansas State, Quarterback, 1999-2003 Coaching experience 2006-10 Chapman High School Head Coach 2011 Washburn Graduate assistant, linebackers 2012 Washburn Assistant, secondary, special teams Recruiting Areas Kansas, Oklahoma City, Kansas City, Topeka s

Jeff Schwinn begins his first season as a full-time assistant at Washburn after spending the 2011 season as a graduate assistant coaching the linebackers. This season, Schwinn will coach the defensive secondary and will coordinate the Ichabods’ special teams. The former Kansas State quarterback Jeff Schwinn spent four seasons as the head coach at Chapman High School 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 position. 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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LaRon Moore

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-----------------------------Defensive Backs -----------------------------Second Season at Washburn

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The Moore File Personal Year at Washburn: 2nd Birthdate: Nov. 8, 1987 Education College: Texas Tech, 2011 Degree: Business Postgraduate Work: Administration at Washburn Playing experience Texas Tech, Defensive Back, 2006-10 Coaching experience 2011 Washburn Graduate assistant, defensive backs 2012 Washburn Assistant, defensive backs Recruiting Areas Kansas, Nebraska, Topeka, Texas The Moore Family LaRon, Rhylen, Raider, LaRon, Jr., and Heather Moore

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LaRon Moore is in his first season as a full-time assistant coach and his second as part of the Ichabod coaching staff after serving the 2011 season as a graduate assistant for the Ichabods. He was a five-year standout and three-year starter at Texas Tech where he played in four consecutive bowl games for the Red Radiers. As a senior he recorded 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 in 2011. His uncle is Ron Moore who played at Pittsburg State winning the Harlon Hill trophy and in the NFL. Moore and his wife Heather live in Topeka with their sons Raider, Ryhlen and LaRon, Jr.

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David Trupp

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-----------------------------Strength and Conditioning Coordinator -----------------------------Eleventh Season at Washburn

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The Trupp File Personal Year at Washburn: 11th Birthdate: Feb. 26, 1968 Children: Connor and Keira Education College: Baker, 1991 Degree: Business Finance Playing experience Nebraska, linebacker, 1986-87 Baker, linebacker, 1988-90 Coaching experience 1996-98 Pittsburg State Graduate assistant, defensive line 2001 Monett High School Defensive coordinator, offensive line 2002-2010 Washburn Assistant, defensive line 2011 Washburn Assistant, tight ends 2012 Washburn Strength and Condition Coordinator s

David Trupp, C.S.C.S., is in his eleventh season on the coaching staff. and has moved into the full-time strength and conditioning coordinator position. Prior to concentrating on the Ichabod football team’s weightlifting program, Trupp spent 10 seasons as the Ichabods’ defensive line coach. He also coaches the kickoff team. Trupp has also attained his Level 1, Olympic Certification training. Trupp has been instrumental in designing the Capitol Federal Savings Strength and Condition Center inside Whiting Fieldhouse. While at Washburn, he coached 13 defensive linemen and one tight end who have received allMIAA honors, three all-region honorees and four allAmerican 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 respective seasons and the 2005 and 2007 defensive lines pushed the Washburn defense to two of the top three tackles for loss totals in school history. Trupp spent the 2001 season as the defensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Monett (Mo.) High School. From 1996 to December 1998, Trupp was the defensive tackle coach and an off-season strength and conditioning supervisor while completing his master’s degree at Pitt State. Trupp received his teaching certificate in 1992 from Washburn after completing his bachelor of science 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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Travis Brown Volunteer Assistant - Punters/Placekickers Travis Brown is in his fifth 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 five-year member of the Wildcats’ team going to four bowl games. He is a 1998 graduate of Shawnee Mission West High School. Frank Crosson Volunteer Assistant - Linebackers Frank Crosson is in his eighth season as a volunteer assistant at Washburn. He will work with the free safeties this season after spending the first six seasons on staff as the tight ends 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 27 years, Karin, have two children - Matt, a Notre Dame graduate and Caroline, who graduated from Benedictine. Casey Curran Graduate Assistant - Defensive Backs Casey Curran is in his first season as graduate assistant for the Ichabods after wrapping up his playing career in 2011. At Washburn, he started 38 games while playing in 46 career games. His 333 career tackles is fourth on the all-time chart for the Ichabods and his 119 tackles as a senior is ninth on the single-season chart. He recorded 22 tackles with 14 solo stops as a junior against Missouri Western which is fourth on the Ichabod single-game chart. He was a three-time second team all-MIAA selection. T.D. Hicks The Rev. T.D. Hicks is in his eighth season on the Ichabod coaching staff. He was raised in the Denver, Colo., area and graduated from Gateway High School. He attended Prairie View A&M 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. 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.

with 61 tackles and he also had 6.5 sacks. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in education in May of 2010 and he worked at Mankato West High School in Minnesota in 2010. He coached the linebackers, special teams and also assisted in the weight room. He also coached lacrosse. Lyster graduated from McCook High School in 2005. The Bison won 38 of 39 games the three years he was on the team. He will be pursuing his master’s in leadership at Washburn.

Corey Schultz Graduate Assistant - Tight ends Corey Schultz is in his second 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 tight ends. As a player at Ottawa, Schultz was a two-time allconference pick and earned AFCA All-American honors at wide receiver. He collected 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.

Dane Simoneau Graduate Assistant - Quarterback Dane Simoneau is in his first season as a graduate assistant after recording the most proficient passing career in Ichabod history. The five-time consensus All-American finished his senior season second in Harlon Hill voting as the NCAA Divison II player of the year with school records of 4,089 yards and 38 touchdowns. He also earned the MIAA’s Offensive Player of the Year as well as Regional Player of the Year honors. He set a school record of 452 passing yards in the 2011 season opener against Sioux Falls. Simoneau finished his career starting 42 of 43 games passing for 11,291 yards which is 12th all-time in NCAA Division II and his 102 touchdown passes rank 15th on the all-time chart. He owns 35 Ichabod career, season and single game records including the top three passing seasons in school history.

Kaleb Kock Volunteer Assistant - Defensive Backs Kaleb Kock is in his third year as a student assistant for the Ichabods. As a sophomore in 2009, he played in seven games recording three tackles with one tackle for loss. In 2008, he played in five games recording six tackles with three solo stops and recorded five of his tackles on special teams. In high school he was a four-year letterman in football who earned all-state honors as a junior and senior and all-league accolades as a sophomore, junior and senior earning first team all-metro honors as a senior and was a Kansas Shrine Bowl selection. He is the son of Rick and Lesha Koch and he is majoring in physical education.

Brandon Walker Graduate Assistant - Running Backs Brandon Walker returns to the Ichabod sidelines for his first season as a graduate assistant coach. Walker was a member of the Ichabods from 2004-08. He finished his career with 2,015 rushing yards, becoming only the fourth Ichabod at the time to reach the 2,000-yard plateau for a career. He earned second team all-MIAA honors as a junior after rushing for 760 yards and 10 touchdowns while earning honorable mention allMIAA honors as a senior. He recorded 2,905 allpurpose yards in an Ichabod uniform, a total which stands 11th on the all-time Washburn chart.

Jeff Lyster Graduate Assistant - Defensive Line Jeff Lyster, a McCook, Neb., product, is in his first season as a graduate assistant for the Ichabods after spending the 2011-12 school year at Chadron State coaching linebackers and assisting with special teams while coaching the defensive line in spring practice. Lyster was a four-year letterwinner at linebacker for the Eagles and he culminated his career with by being placed on the 2009 RMAC all-conference team. He was second on the team

Washburn Assistant Coaches 1961-present Bill Bachman Dennis Bean Duke Benz Travis Boulware Chris Brown Dennis Caryl Jack Clanton Mark Clark Bill Danenhauer Charlie Dieker Dave DiMaggio Eric Eisenbarth Larry Elliott Mark Elliott Ray Glaze

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1983-84 1974-78 1967-68 1985-86 2002-10 1985-89 1966-68 1982 1985-89 1983-90 1983-85, 1989 2010-pr 1966-73, 1983-84 1985 1962

Cooper Harris John Harting Ron Heck Keith Herlting Jake Hunter Clay Johnson Bob Jones Jack Keelan B.D. Kennedy Gary Kershner Brian Kramer Brock Luke Keita Malloy Marion McDonald Mike McGraw

2002-11 1963 1964-65 1983-84 2001 1971-77 1965 1962 1991-2001 1964 1985 2011-pr 2001 1962-63 1979-81, 1984

Jerry McMillan Brian Miller LaRon Moore Dale Neely Bob Noblitt David Noblitt Rance Olison Josh Osborn Dale Perine Todd Rundle Phil Ramsey Rob Robinson Mike Rutherford Tim Saylor Mike Schartz

1990 2002-09 2012-pr 1962-63 1969-70 1971-74 1983-84 2011-pr 1991-2000 1996-97 1964-65 2002-pr 1984 1966 1998-2000

Jeff Schwinn Leon Shelinbarger Norman Short Ralph Smith Jim Steele John Strollo Scott Swofford Terry Szucs Fred Thompson Rodger Tiesing David Trupp Max VanLaningham Mike Waldie Steve Walter Andy Williams

2011-pr 1964 1962-63 1963 1985 1983 1979-80 1981-82 1964 1973 2002-11 1978 2001 1985-95 1990-2000

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Nebraska-Kearney Lopers

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Game 1 • Aug. 30, 2012 • 6 p.m. • Yager Stadium • Topeka, Kan.

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General Information Name: University of Nebraska-Kearney Location: Kearney, Neb. Founded: 1905 Enrollment: 6,500 Affiliation: NCAA DII Conference: MIAA Nickname: Lopers Colors: Royal blue and old gold Chancellor: Doug Kristensen Director of Athletics: Jon McBride Stadium: Cope Stadium (5,500) Playing Surface: Artificial Surface

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Darrell Morris (Northwest Missouri, 1983) Record at UNK: 92-39, 13th season Career Record: same Best time to reach Morris: Mornings Office Phone: (308)

865-8033 Andy Siegal (Off. Coordinator/Quarterbacks/ Running Backs) Bob Crocker (Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs) Chad Bauder (Inside Linebackers) Scott Hoffman (Wide Receivers) Tom Everson (Defensive Line) Drew Waters (Tight Ends) Travis Wegener (Outside Linebackers)

Sports Information

Football Contact: Peter Yazvac Email: yazvacpa@unk.edu Office Phone: (308) 865-8334 Cell Phone: (308) 338-1617 SID Fax: (308) 865-8832 Press Box Phone: (308) 865-8178 Internet Address: www.lopers.com Overnight Address: Health and Sports Center, Room 106A, Kearney, NE 68849

Loper Outlook

2011 Record: 10-2 RNAC Record/Place: 8-1/2nd Postseason: NCAA First Round Final Ranking: 10 (AFCA) / 12 (D2football.com) Basic Offense: Spread Basic Defense: 3-4 Returning Starters: 18 Offense (5): Nate Bryan RG; Tommy Flanagan WR; Parker Jolly OC; Brett Klein TE; Adam Lehner WR Defense (8): Jack Douglas SS; Kenny Hill LCB; Pete Kropp S; Sam Kuck FS; Sandi Stanback NG; Justin Swedburg MLB; Justin Thiel DT; Kellen Werner SAM Specialists (5): Matt Berry KOR; Tommy Flanagan PR; Nick Stoll PK; Justin Swedburg LS; Kalvin Zoucha P Lettermen Returning: 43 (18 Off / 20 Def / 5 ST) Lettermen Lost: 14 (4 Off / 6 Def / 4 ST) Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. TD Kevin Romero 30 15 0 190 1 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Ricky Trinidad 98 616 6.3 5 68.4 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Tommy Flanagan 45 704 15.6 8 70.1 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks TFL Kellen Werner 39 45 84 2.0/25 9.0/38

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

at Washburn 6 p.m. Emporia State 2 p.m. at Missouri Western 6 p.m. Northwest Missouri 4 p.m. at Lindenwood 1:30 p.m. Truman 2:30 p.m. at Lincoln 2 p.m. Southwest Baptist 1:30 p.m. at Central Missouri 1:30 p.m. at South Dakota Mines 3 p.m. Fort Hays State 2 p.m.

2011 Results (10-2, 8-1 RMAC)

Sept. 1 at Wayne State Sept. 10 Northeastern State Sept. 17 at Mesa State Sept. 24 Western State Oct. 1 at Adams State Oct. 8 Chadron State Oct. 15 CSU - Pueblo at New Mexico Highlands Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Western New Mexico Nov. 5 at Fort Lewis College Nov. 12 Colorado Mines Nov. 19 ^Wayne State ^-NCAA Playoffs

W 41-20 W 65-10 W 52-10 W 55-14 W 37-14 W 20-13 L 14-27 W 38-14 W 27-14 W 54-7 W 45-21 L 26-38

Series Information

Series Record: UNK leads 14-6-0 Streak: WU has won the last three First Meeting: UNK 19-14 (09/14/1963) in Kearney Last Meeting: WU 29-12 (10/08/1988) in Kearney Last WU win: 29-12 (10/08/1988) in Kearney Last UNK win: 21-16 (11/09/1985) in Kearney Largest WU win: 28-0 (10/10/1987) in Topeka Largest UNK win: 55-6 (09/16/1967) in Kearney

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11/03/1979 Kearney, Neb. 11/01/1980 Topeka 11/14/1981 Kearney, Neb. 11/13/1982 Kearney, Neb. 11/05/1983 Kearney, Neb. 11/03/1984 Topeka 11/09/1985 Kearney, Neb. 11/08/1986 Topeka 10/10/1987 Topeka 10/08/1988 Kearney, Neb.

L 7-28 L 7-14 L 7-26 L 3-34 W 7-0 L 0-30 L 16-21 W 24-3 W 28-0 W 29-12

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• The game will be the first meeting between the two schools in 24 years • Nebraska-Kearney is joining the MIAA for the start of the 2012-13 school year • The two team have not met since both schools were each members of the CSIC

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Game 2 • Sept. 8, 2012 • 7 p.m. • Lewis Field • Hays, Kan.

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

Tiger Outlook

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Chris Brown (Pittsburg State, 1996) Record at FHSU: 4-7, 2nd 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) Cooper Harris (Defensive Coordinator) Justin Iske (Offensive Line) Zach Watkins (Inside Linebackers) Ryan Kelly (Running Backs) Ryan Allgood (Tight Ends) Richard Gunnels (Cornerbacks)

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2011 Record: 4-7 MIAA Record/Place: 3-6/T6th Postseason: none Final Ranking: none Basic Offense: Pro Style Basic Defense: 4-2-5 Returning Starters: 15 Offense (7): Anthony Sheppard QB; Andre Smith RB; Cornelius Gallon WR; Grant Brown TE; Josh Reese OL; John Rouse OL; Logan Jones OL Defense (7): Kyle Perry DL; Aaron Burton DL; Layton Hickel LB; A.J. Woodall LB; Austin Hubert DB; Sheron Murdock DB; Kedron Paul DB Specialists (1): Tyler Kimbrough PK Lettermen Returning: 32 (14 Off / 17 Def / 1 ST) Lettermen Lost: 19 (8 Off / 10 Def / 1 ST) Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. Anthony Sheppard 136 79 6 889 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Andre Smith 177 963 5.4 5 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Keaton Callins 20 263 13.1 3 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks Layton Hickel 26 48 74 1.0/9

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, KS 67601

TD 6 Ypg. 87.5 Ypg. 23.9 TFL 1.0/9

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

at Emporia State 7 p.m. Washburn 7 p.m. at Northwest Missouri 1 p.m. Missouri Western 7 p.m. at Truman 1 p.m. Lindenwood 7 p.m. at Southwest Baptist 2:30 p.m. Lincoln 2:30 p.m. at South Dakota Mines 1 p.m. Central Missouri 2 p.m. at Nebraska-Kearney 2 p.m.

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

2011 Results (4-7, 3-6 MIAA)

W 27-17 L 31-36 L 28-30 L 17-70 W 24-21 L 17-38 L 7-35 W 38-21 L 20-45 W 29-14 L 17-55

Series Information

Series Record: WU leads 40-23-3 Streak: WU has won the last three First Meeting: WU 7-6 (11/27/1919) in Hays Last Meeting: WU 45-20 (10/29/2011) in Topeka Last WU win: 45-20 (10/29/2011) in Topeka Last FHSU win: 17-7 (9/13/2008) in Hays Largest WU win: 46-0 (11/9/1963) in Topeka Largest FSHU win: 35-0 (10/14/1967) in Topeka

Last 10 Meetings (WU 7-3)

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09/12/1998 09/11/1999 09/14/2002 09/13/2003 09/23/2006 09/15/2007 09/13/2008 10/03/2009 10/02/2010 10/29/2011

Hays, Kan. Topeka Hays, Kan. Topeka Hays, Kan. Topeka Hays, Kan. Topeka Hays, Kan. Topeka

L 12-24 W 17-14 L 29-37 W 28-4 W 37-7 W 28-10 L 7-17 W 28-14 W 38-27 W 45-20

Bod Bits

Running Back Andre Smith

• Washburn has won the last three and six of the last seven meetings • 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 other coaches who either played (Zach Watkins) or coached ( Justin Schreiber and Cooper Harris) at Washburn

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Northeastern State Riverhawks Game 3 • Sept. 15, 2012 • 6 p.m. • Yager Stadium • Topeka, Kan.

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General Information Name: Northeastern State University Location: Tahlequah, Okla. Founded: 1909 Enrollment: 9,300 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: MIAA Nickname: RiverHawks Colors: Green and white President: Dr. Steve Turner Athletics Director: Tony Duckworth Stadium: Wadley Stadium/Gable Field Playing Surface: Poligras Artificial

RiverHawk Outlook

2011 Record: 7-5 MIAA Record/Place: Independent in 2011 Postseason: Mineral Water Bowl; Lost to Minnesota State 28-14 Final Ranking: none Basic Offense: Spread Basic Defense: Multiple Returning Starters: 18 Offense (6): Johnny Deaton QB; Joel RockHead Coach: Kenny more RB; Nick Whitlow FB; Ryan Dvorak Evans (Northeastern St., TE; Jermaine Sherman WR; Jahmai Cole1982) man WR Record at NSU: Defense (8): James McGue DE; Cody 16-29, 5th season Dirteater DL; Jack Gray LB; Langston Jones Overall Record: LB; Cale Shambaug LB; Vernon Jones DB; Same Victor Johnson FS Best time to reach Evans: Lettermen Returning: 41 (19 Off / 18 Def / 4 ST) Mornings Lettermen Lost: 19 (11 Off / 7 Def / 1 ST) Football Office Phone: (918) 444-3913 Assistant Coaches: Top Returnees Mike Knoll (Asst. Head Coach, co-Defensive Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. TD Coordinator) Johnny Deaton 311 162 13 2,520 26 Steve Patterson (Co-Defensive Coordinator) Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Paul Lane (Offensive Coordinator) Terrance Dixon 101 488 4.8 2 40.1 Mike Barela (Offensive Line) Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Greg Richmond (Defensive Line) Jermaine Sherman 36 541 15.0 5 45.1 John Murray (Strength & Conditioning, LineDefense Solo Ast Total Sacks TFL backers) Langston Jones 43 50 93 2.0/3 10.0/26

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Sports Information

Football Contact: Cedrique Flemming Email: TBA Office Phone: (918) 444-3930 Cell Phone: TBA SID Fax: (918) 458-2386 Press Box Phone: (918) 444-4494 Internet Address: www.goriverhawks.com Overnight Address: 603 N. Grand Avenue, Tahlequah, OK 74464

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

2011 Results (7-5)

Aug. 27 Bacone Sept. 3 at UT-San Antonio Sept. 10 at Neb.-Kearney Sept. 17 at East Central Sep. 24 Okla. Panhandle Oct. 8 at Southeastern Okla. Oct. 15 Harding Oct. 22 at Ark.-Monticello Oct. 29 Southwestern Okla. Nov. 5 at Central Okla. Nov. 12 Midwestern State Dec. 3 ^vs. Minn. St. Mankato ^2011 Mineral Water Bowl

6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. W 43-0 L 3-31 L 10-65 L 38-45 W 52-7 W 38-28 W 49-41 W 47-46 W 42-13 W 35-7 L 34-37 L 14-28

Series Information

Series Record: Series tied 1-1-0 Streak: NSU won last meeting First Meeting: WU, 23-21 (09/26/1987) in Tahlequah Last Meeting: NSU 35-30 (09/24/1988) in Topeka Last WU win: 23-21 (09/26/1987) in Tahlequah Last NSU win: 35-30 (09/24/1988) in Topeka Largest WU win: 23-21 (09/26/1987) in Tahlequah Largest NSU win: 35-30 (09/24/1988) in Topeka

Last 10 Meetings (Tied 1-1)

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09/26/1987 Topeka W 23-21 09/24/1988 Tahlequah, Okla. L 30-35

Bod Bits

• The two teams have not met since Sept. 24, 1988 in Tahlequah, Okla., when the Redhawks, then known as the Redmen, won 35-30. • Washburn won the only meeting played in Topeka, 23-21 on Sept. 26, 1987. • Northeastern State is in its first year as a member of the MIAA.

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Game 4 • Sept. 22, 2012 • 2:37 p.m. • Wantland Stadium • Edmond, Okla. • MIAA TV Network

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

Broncho Outlook

2011 Record: 2-9 MIAA Record/Place: 2011 as Independent Postseason: none Final Ranking: none Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: 4-3 Returning Starters: 13 Offense (5): Joshua Birmingham RB; Justin Durham OL; Nick Garitano OL; Christian Head Coach: Nick BoHood WR; Ethan Sharp QB beck (Central Oklahoma, Defense (6): Drake Ballew LB; Devoris 2002) Dozier DB; Brad Harmon DB; Sam Moses Record at UCO: first DL; Tyler Newton DL; Brandon Williams season DB Overall Record: Lettermen Returning: 28 (10 Off / 16 Def / 2 ST) same Lettermen Lost: 27 (13 Off / 14 Def / 0 ST) Best time to reach Bobeck: Mornings Top Returnees Football Office Phone: (405) 974-2514 Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. TD Assistant Coaches: Ethan Sharp 396 231 13 2,078 7 Russ Pickett (Defensive Coordinator) Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Chris Martin (Offensive Coordinator) Josh Birmingham 174 882 5.1 7 80.1 Ryan Belscher (Co-Offensive Coordinator) Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Tom Howe (Special Teams Coordinator) Christian Hood 54 530 9.8 1 48.1 Walter Moreham (Defensive Line) Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks TFL Devoris Dozier 44 24 68 0.0/0 1.0/2 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, OK 73034

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

Missouri Southern at Pittsburg State at Emporia State Washburn at Missouri Western Northwest Missouri at Central Missouri at Lincoln University Southwest Baptist Northeastern State

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

at North Alabama L 10-31 at Southeastern Okla. L 23-30 at Angelo State L 0-20 at Southwestern Okla. L 20-27 East Central W 41-21 at California Polytechnic L 25-44 at Washburn L 3-48 Fort Hays State L 21-38 Black Hills State W 30-17 Northeastern State L 7-35 Lindenwood L 14-48

2011 Results (2-9)

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

Series Information

Series Record: WU leads 1-0 Streaks: WU won the last one First Meeting: WU, 48-3 (10/15/2011) in Topeka Last Meeting: WU, 48-3 (10/15/2011) in Topeka Last WU win: 48-3 (10/15/2011) in Topeka Last UCO win: n/a Largest WU win: 48-3 (10/15/2011) in Topeka Largest UCO win: n/a

Last 10 Meetings (WU 1-0)

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10/15/2011 Topeka

W 48-3

Bod Bits

• The meeting will be the first played in Edmond by the Ichabods. • Central Oklahoma is in its first season as an MIAA school after playing the 2011 season as an independent after breaking ranks with the Lone Star Conference.

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Southwest Baptist Bearcats

Intro

Game 5 • Sept. 29, 2012 • 1 p.m. • Yager Stadium • Topeka, Kan. • Family Day

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General Information Name: Southwest Baptist Unviersity Location: Bolivar, Mo. Founded: 1878 Enrollment: 3,600 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: MIAA Nickname: Bearcats Colors: Purple and white President: Dr. C. Pat Taylor Athletics Director: Mike Pitts Stadium: Plaster Stadium Playing Surface: Grass

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Keith Allen (Oklahoma, 1997) Record at SBU: 24-31 (6th years) Overall Record: same Best time to reach Allen: Mornings Football Office Phone:

(417) 328-1798 Assistant Coaches: Tracy Hayworth (Defensive Line) Robert Clardy (Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks) Zach Wilkerson (Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers) Roosevelt Williams (Defensive Backs) LaMarcus Windham (Wide Receivers) Jamal Powell (Offensive Line) Frank Halliburton (Running Backs)

Sports Information

Bearcat Outlook

2011 Record: 6-5 Postseason: none Final Ranking: none Basic Offense: Spread Basic Defense: 4-2-5 Returning Starters: 18 Offense (8): Caleb Butler OL; Brandon Colaianni OL; Dan Connors QB; Derwyn Lauderdale WR; Nathan Mourik WR; Derrick Okafor OL; Zachary Sohn WR; Sydney Wiggs OL Defense (7): Kourtney Bennett DE; Andre Hicks LB; Zach Moore LB; Chris Muhammad DB; Austin Otwell DB; Alain Pierre DL; Karre’ Wallace CB Special Teams (3): Jordan Brown LS; John Colliver, PK; Jorge Batres P Lettermen Returning: 44 (13 Off / 27 Def / 4 ST) Lettermen Lost: 25 (11 Off / 14 Def / 0 ST) Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. Dan Connors 290 184 10 2179 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Dan Connors 152 399 2.6 5 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Derwyn Lauderdale 45 503 11.2 1 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks Zach Moore 58 38 96 2.0

Football Contact: Jeff Weseloh Email: jweseloh@sbuniv.edu Office Phone: (417) 328-1799 SID Fax: (417) 328-1745 SID Cell: (417) 327-9637 Press Box Phone: (417) 328-1778 Internet Address: www.sbubearcats.com Overnight Address: 1600 University Ave., Bolivar, MO 65613

TD 14 Ypg. 39.9 Ypg. 45.7 TFL 7.5

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

Truman at Lindenwood Pittsburg State at Missouri Southern at Washburn Emporia State Fort Hays State at Nebraska-Kearney Northeastern State at Central Oklahoma Lincoln

6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 2:37 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

at Bacone Arkansas Tech at Fort Hays State at Saint Joseph’s Urbana at William Jewell at Central State at Missouri Southern Missouri Western Emporia State Truman

W 28-19 L 20-31 W 30-28 W 21-19 W 28-12 W 35-0 W 30-13 L 28-68 L 24-31 L 28-42 L 8-24

2011 Results (6-5)

Series Information

Series Record: WU leads 14-5-0 Streak: WU has won five First Meeting: SBU 34-19 (11/4/1989) in Bolivar Last Meeting: WU 37-14 (11/10/2007) in Bolivar Last WU win: 37-14 (11/10/2007) in Bolivar Last SBU win: 26-20 (11/16/2002) in Bolivar Largest WU win: 58-21 (10/14/2000) in Topeka Largest SBU win: 48-20 (11/10/2001) in Bolivar

Last 10 Meetings (WU 7-3)

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09/19/1998 10/14/1999 10/14/2000 11/10/2001 11/16/2002 10/18/2003 10/08/2004 09/24/2005 09/30/2006 11/10/2007

Topeka Bolivar, Mo. Topeka Topeka Bolivar, Mo. Bolivar, Mo. Topeka Bolivar, Mo. Topeka Bolivar, Mo.

L(ot) 20-26 W 36-0 W 58-21 L 20-48 L 20-26 W 41-37 W 38-35 W 56-21 W 56-23 W 37-14

Bod Bits

• Washburn has won the last five games • The two teams have not met since the 2007 season. • This is the first year for the Bearcats to play an MIAA game since the 2007 season after remaining in the conference in all sports but football since then.

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Intro

Game 6 • Oct. 6, 2012 • 2 p.m. • Reed Stadium • Jefferson City, Mo.

2012 Schedule

General Information 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 Grass

Blue Tiger Outlook

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Mike Jones (Missouri, 1991) Record at LU: 1-10, 2nd season Overall Record: same Best time to reach Jones: Mornings

2011 Record: 1-10 MIAA Record: 0-9/10th Postseason: None Final Ranking: None Basic Offense: Spread Basic Defense: 4-3 Preseason Information: Preseason information requests not returned

Football Office Phone: (573) 681-5961 Assistant Coaches: Mark Frederick, Offensive Coordinator Damon Frenchers, Defensive Coordinator Tony Van Zant, Running Backs Matt McCutchan, Offensive Line Tony Broadnax, Defensive Backs

Players Coaches

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

Lindenwood at Truman Missouri Southern at Pittsburg State at Emporia State Washburn Nebraska-Kearney Fort Hays State Central Oklahoma at Northeastern State at Southwest Baptist

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

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

Avila at Washburn Northwest Missouri vs Missouri Southern Fort Hays State at Missouri Western at Pittsburg State Emporia State Central Missouri at Truman at Urbana

W 35-3 L 26-66 L 7-73 L 14-56 L 21-24 L 20-81 L 6-69 L 23-52 L 6-49 L 0-53 L 14-69

2011 Results (1-10, 0-9 MIAA)

Series Information

Series Record: WU leads 4-0 Streaks: Washburn has won the last four First Meeting: WU 9-0 (9/30/1989) in Topeka Last Meeting: WU 66-26 (9/10/2011) in Topeka Last WU win: 66-26 (9/10/2011) in Topeka Last LU win: n/a Largest WU win: 63-21 (9/9/01) in Jefferson City Largest LU win: n/a

Sports Information

Last 10 Meetings (WU 4-0)

Football Contact: Dan Carr Email: carrd@lincolnu.edu Office Phone: (573) 681-5343 SID Fax: (573) 681-5324 Internet Address: lubluetigers.com Overnight Address: 103 Jason Hall 820 Chestnut Street Jefferson City, MO 65101

for complete series history, turn to page 70

10/07/1989 Topeka W 9-0 09/09/2000 Jefferson City, Mo. W 63-21 09/08/2001 Topeka W 31-20 09/08/2011 Topeka W 66-26

Bod Bits

• The game will be the first for the Ichabods in Jefferson City since a 63-21 win over the Blue Tigers on Sept. 9, 2000. • Washburn scored 49 first quarter points in the 2011 meeting ending with a 66-26 Ichabod win.

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truman bulldogs

Intro

Game 7 • Oct. 13, 2012 • 1 p.m. • Yager Stadium • Topeka, Kan.

Players Coaches Opponents Review The MIAA Records History

2012 Schedule

General Information

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. Troy Paino Athletics Director: Jerry Wollmering Stadium: Stokes Stadium Playing Surface: Astro Turf Game Day 3D

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Greg Nesbitt (Truman, 1980) Record at TSU: 8-14 (2 seasons) Overall Record: same Best time to reach Nesbitt: Mornings Football Office Phone:

(660) 785-4549 Assistant Coaches: Jay Davis (Offensive Coordinator) Kellen Nesbitt (Defensive Coordinator) 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)

Bulldog Outlook

2011 Record: 4-7 MIAA Record/Place: 2-7/T8th Postseason: none Final Ranking: none Basic Offense: Pro Set Basic Defense: 4-2 Returning Starters: 18 Offense (5): Dallas Grier WR; Blake Holland OL; Will Mosquera RB, Conrad Schottel QB. Defense (10): Richie Schumacher DB; Kyle Witcher DB; Patrick Blackwell DL; Nic Abbate DL; Michael Elliott DB Special Teams (3): Eric Phillips P; Derek Koom PK; Greg Eagle LS Lettermen Returning: 59 (27 Off / 28 Def / 4 ST) Lettermen Lost: 12 (8 Off / 4 Def / 0 ST) Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. TD Conrad Schottle 26 60 3 347 3 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Will Mosquera 50 168 3.3 0 18.1 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Dallas Grier 47 599 12.7 4 54.5 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks TFL Richie Schumacher 66 64 130 1.0 3.5

Sports Information

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

at Southwest Baptist 6 p.m. Lincoln 7 p.m. Northwestern Oklahoma 7 p.m. at Central Missouri 1:30 p.m. Fort hays State 1 p.m. at Nebraska-Kearney 2:30 p.m. at Washburn 1 p.m. Emporia State 2 p.m. Pittsburg State 1 p.m. at Missouri Southern 3 p.m. Lindenwood 1 p.m.

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

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

2011 Results (4-7, 2-7 MIAA)

L 3-65 W 34-31 L 26-27 L 30-54 W 25-10 L 14-42 L 17-24 L 7-45 L 18-52 W 53-0 W 24-8

Series Information

Series Record: TSU leads 18-11 Streaks: WU has won the last five First Meeting: TSU 26, WU 13 (09/15/1958) Last Meeting: WU 42-14 (10/30/2010) in Kirksville Last WU win: 42-14 (10/30/2010) in Kirksville Last TSU win: 21-7 (10/21/2006) 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 (WU 8-2) for complete series history, turn to page 70

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: trumanbulldogs.com Overnight Address: 100 E. Normal Kirk Building 215; Kirksville, MO 635014221

10/12/2002 Kirksville, Mo. 09/27/2003 Topeka 09/18/2004 Kirksville, Mo. 10/15/2005 Topeka 10/21/2006 Kirksville, Mo. 10/20/2007 Topeka 10/18/2008 Kirksville, Mo. 10/31/2009 Topeka 10/30/2010 Kirksville, Mo. 10/08/2011 Kirksville, Mo.

W 26-21 L 6-12 W 62-0 W 21-14 L 7-21 W 71-35 W 31-17 W 37-7 W 45-12 W 42-14

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Defensive Back Michael Elliott

• Washburn has won eight of the last 10 games and the last five • The Ichabods have not played the Bulldogs in Topeka since the 2009 season, winning 37-7 • Craig Schurig’s first coaching win came at Truman in a 26-21 win Oct. 12, 2002 and he became WU’s winningest coach Oct. 8, 2011, in a 42-14 win collecting victory No. 68.

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Intro

Game 8 • Oct. 20, 2012 • 1:30 p.m. • Hunter Stadium • St. Charles, Mo.

2012 Schedule

General Information Name: Lindenwood University Location: St. Charles, Mo. Founded: 1827 Enrollment: 8,787 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: MIAA Nickname: Lions Colors: Black and gold President: Dr. James Evans Athletics Director: John Creer Stadium: Harlen Hunter Stadium Playing Surface: Enviroturf

Lion Outlook

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Patrick Ross (Puget Sound, 1997) Record at LU: 74-22 (9th season) Overall Record: 88-29 (11th season) Best time to reach Ross: Mornings

Football Office Phone: (636) 949-4800 Assistant Coaches: Craig Schuler (Offensive Coordinator) Deion Melvin (Defensive Coordinator) Mike Preston (Offensive Line) Kent Maugeri (Defensive Backs/Special Teams) Austin Bortle (Defensive Ends) Bill Laslett (Tight Ends/Kickers)

2011 Record: 8-3 Postseason: none Final Ranking: none Basic Offense: Spread Basic Defense: 4-2 Returning Starters: 14 Offense (7): Matt Atley OL; Matt Andreolli OL; Andrew Helmick WR; Jacob Heneisen OL; Terance Jackson WR; Denodus O’Bryant RB; Alex Robinson WR Defense (6): Donald Collier CB; Joe Day DE; Cody Gogle DB; Sean Gracy DE; Malach Radigan NG; Brock Reed LB Special Teams (1): James Neal PK Lettermen Returning: 36 (16 Off / 18 Def / 2 ST) Lettermen Lost: 21 (11 Off / 9 Def / 1 ST) Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. Taylor Jasin 10 5 1 21 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Denodus O’Bryant 50 378 7.4 4 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Andrew Helmick 56 901 16.1 12 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks Brock Reed 37 32 69 4.0

Sports Information

TD 0 Ypg. 52.6 Ypg. 81.9 TFL 7.5

Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 21 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

at Lincoln Southwest Baptist Central Missouri Gleville State Nebraska-Kearney at Fort Hays State at Emporia State Washburn (HC) Missouri Southern at Pittsburg State Truman

2 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2:37 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m.

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

at Northern Colorado Graceland University Saint Joseph’s College at Missouri S & T at South Dakota at Texas A&M-Kingsville Kansas Wesleyan Azusa Pacific Culver-Stockton Central Missouri at Central Oklahoma

W 22-20 W 67-10 W 55-14 L 13-19 L 0-30 W 41-35 W 61-16 W 38-31 W 70-24 L 28-47 W 48-14

2011 Results (8-3)

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

for complete series history, turn to page 70

First meeting in 2012

Bod Bits

• The 2012 will be the first between the two schools. • Lindenwood is in its first season as a member of the MIAA.

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Last 10 Meetings

Football Contact: Daniel Newton Email: dnewton@lindenwood.edu Office Phone: (636) 949-4368 SID Cell: (636) 373-2765 Press Box Phone: (636) 255-7800 Internet Address: lindenwoodlions.com Overnight Address: 209 S. Kingshighway, Hyland Arena, 208, St. Charles, MO 63301

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northwest missouri bearcats

Intro

Game 9 • Oct. 27, 2012 • 1 p.m. • Yager Stadium • Topeka, Kan. • Homecoming

Players Coaches Opponents Review The MIAA Records History

2012 Schedule

General Information 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

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Adam Dorrel (Northwest Missouri, 1997) Record at NWMSU: 11-3, 2nd 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)

Sports Information

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

Bearcat Outlook

2011 Record: 11-3 MIAA Record/Place: 7-2/T2nd Postseason: NCAA Quarterfinals Final Ranking: 4 (AFCA) / 3 (D2football.com) Basic Offense: Pro I Basic Defense: 4-3 Returning Starters: 17 Offense: (8) Trevor Adams QB; Jordan Simmons RB; JamesFranklin RB; Tyler Shaw WR; Rod Williams OL; CJ Keeney OL; Cole Chevalier OL; John Petroff OL Defense: (4) Kevin Arnold DE; DJ Gnader LB; Collin DeBuysere LB; Nate DeJong DB Special Teams: (2) Todd Adolf PK; Kyle Goodburn P; Jordan Simmons KR/PR Lettermen Returning: 25 Lettermen Lost: 17 Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. TD Trevor Adams 248 152 11 2,202 21 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. James Franklin 202 1,247 6.2 24 89.1 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Tyler Shaw 35 815 23.3 9 58.2 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks TFL DJ Gnader 54 46 100 1.0/11 7.0/26

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

East Central at Central Missouri Fort Hays State at Nebraska-Kearney Northeastern State at Central Oklahoma vs. Pittsburg State at Missouri Southern at Washburn Emporia State Missouri Western

7 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m.

2011 Results (11-3, 7-2 MIAA)

Sept. 1 Truman W 65-3 Sept. 10 Sioux Falls W 52-17 Sept. 17 at Lincoln W 73-7 Sept. 24 Fort Hays State W 70-17 Oct. 1 vs Pittsburg State L 35-38 Oct. 8 at Central Missouri W 38-20 Oct. 15 Eastern New Mexico W 65-21 Oct. 22 Washburn W 52-28 Oct. 29 at Missouri Southern W 52-21 Nov. 5 at Missouri Western L 28-31 Nov. 12 Emporia State W 62-21 Nov. 19 ^at Missouri Western W 35-29 Nov. 26 ^at Midwestern State Wot 38-31 Dec. 3 ^at Pittsburg State L 16-41 ^NCAA Playoffs

Series Information

Series Record: NWMSU leads 26-6 Streak: NWMSU has won the last seven First Meeting: NWMSU 27-0 (9/1/1944) in Maryville Last Meeting: NWMSU 52-28 (10/22/2011) in Maryville Last WU win: 31-28 (10/8/05) in Maryville Last NWMSU win: 52-28 (10/22/2011) in Maryville Largest WU win: 48-14 (10/8/1994) in Topeka Largest NWMSU win: 47-0 (9/8/1984) in Maryville

Last 10 Meetings (NW 9-1)

for complete series history, turn to page 70

10/04/2003 09/25/2004 10/08/2005 11/19/2005 10/14/2006 10/27/2007 10/25/2008 10/24/2009 10/23/2010 10/22/2011

Maryville, Mo. Topeka Maryville, Mo. Topeka Topeka Maryville, Mo. Topeka Maryville, Mo. Topeka Maryville, Mo.

L 14-45 L 21-49 W 31-28 L 32-42 L 26-31 L 27-28 L 21-24 L(ot) 19-22 L 40-41 L 28-52

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• The Ichabods will face the Bearcats for Homecoming this year in Topeka. • In 2011, the Ichabods were the Bearcats’ Homecoming opponent

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Intro

Game 10 • Nov. 3, 2012 • 1:30 p.m. • Spratt Stadium • St. Joseph, Mo.

Players

2012 Schedule

General Information Name: Missouri Western State University Location: St. Joseph, Mo. Founded: 1969 Enrollment: 6,296 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: MIAA Nickname: Griffons Colors: Black and gold President: Dr. Robert Vartabedian Athletics Director: Kurt McGuffin Stadium: Spratt Memorial Playing Surface: Prograss

Griffon Outlook

2011 Record: 9-3 MIAA Record/Place: 7-2/T2nd Postseason: NCAA 1st Round Final Ranking: 18th (AFCA)/18th(d2football) Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: 4-3 Returning Starters: 17

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Jerry Partridge (Missouri Western, 1985) Record at MWSU: 112-62 (15 years) Overall Record: same Best time to reach Par-

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) Drew Newhart (Tight Ends) Chris Eads (Linebackers) Jay White (Special Teams)

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

Coaches

Central Missouri 6 p.m. William Jewell 6 p.m. Nebraska-Kearney 6 p.m. at Fort Hays State 7 p.m. Central Oklahoma 6 p.m. at Northeastern State 2 p.m. Missouri Southern 1:30 p.m. at Pittsburg State 2 p.m. at Emporia State 1 p.m. Washburn 1:30 p.m. at Northwest Missouri 1 p.m.

2011 Results (9-3, 7-2 MIAA)

Lettermen Returning: 45 (21 Off / 21 Def / 4 ST) Lettermen Lost: 14 (5 Off / 8 Def / 1 ST)

Sept. 1 Pittsburg State Sept. 10 Central Missouri Sept. 17 Langston Sept. 24 at Washburn Oct. 1 at Missouri Southern Oct. 8 Lincoln Oct. 15 at Emporia State Oct. 22 Truman Oct. 29 at Southwest Baptist Nov. 5 Northwest Missouri Nov. 12 at Fort Hays State Nov. 19 ^Northwest Missouri ^NCAA Playoffs

Top Returnees Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. TD Travis Partridge 150 277 11 1697 17 Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Michael Hill 265 1305 4.9 8 108.8 Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Tarrell Downing 28 489 17.5 6 40.8 Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks TFL David Bass 35 20 55 14.5 20.0

Series Record: MWSU leads 21-17-2 Streak: WU has won the last one First Meeting: WU 58-3 (9/16/1972) in Topeka Last Meeting: WU 41-20 (9/24/2011) in Topeka Last WU win: 41-20 (9/24/2011) in Topeka Last MWSU win: 36-33 (9/18/2010) in Topeka Largest WU win: 58-3 (9/16/1972) in Topeka Largest MWSU win: 52-0 (11/7/1981) in St. Joseph

Offense: (10) Tyron Crockom, WR; Tarrell Downing WR; Travis Partridge QB; Michael Hill RB; Michael Yardley OL; Nick Clark OL; Colt Schulte OL; Brian Chiles OL; Macon Allan OL; Reggie Jordan TE Defense: (7) Jeremy Weston DB; Ben Jackson DB; Shane Simpson DB; Ben Pister DL; David Bass DL; Austin Baska DL; John Brown DL Special Teams: (3) Tarrell Downing KR/PR Scott Groner P; Tyson Liston LS

Sports Information

L 7-34 W 23-6 W 47-0 L 20-41 W 35-23 W 81-20 W 22-16 W 45-7 W 31-24 W 31-28 W 55-17 L 29-35

Series Information

Last 10 Meetings (Tied 5-5)

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

for complete series history, turn to page 70

10/26/2002 Topeka 11/08/2003 St. Joseph 10/30/2004 Topeka 11/05/2005 St. Joseph 11/11/2006 Topeka 09/29/2007 St. Joseph 09/27/2008 Topeka 09/19/2009 St. Joseph 09/18/2010 Topeka 09/22/2011 Topeka

L(2ot) 28-34 L 14-30 W 30-23 L(ot) 21-28 W 16-3 W 31-24 W 21-17 L 34-37 L 33-36 W 41-20

Bod Bits

Running Back Michael Hill

• The 2011 game was CBS College Sports Television’s national game of the week • The series is tied over the last 10 meetings • The last three meetings in St. Joseph have been decided by less than a touchdown

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emporia state hornets

Intro

Game 11 • Nov. 10, 2012 • 1 p.m. • Yager Stadium • Topeka, Kan. • Senior Day

Players Coaches Opponents Review The MIAA Records History

2012 Schedule

General Information Name: Emporia State University Location: Emporia, Kan. Founded: 1863 Enrollment: 6,258 Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: MIAA Nickname: Hornets Colors: Old gold and black President: Dr. MIchael Shonrock Athletics Director: Kent Weiser Stadium: Welch Stadium Playing Surface: Super Turf

Hornet Outlook

2011 Record: 5-6 MIAA Record/Place: 3-6/6th Postseason: none Final Ranking: none Basic Offense: Spread Basic Defense: 3-4 Returning Starters: 16 Offense (8): Tyler Eckenrode, QB; Shjuan Richardson, WR; Lance Uhles, OL; Ray Head Coach: Garin HigRay Davis, WR; Adam Schiltz, TE; Kamron gins (Emporia State, Neal, RG 1992) Defense (7): Derek Lohmann, FS; Ben CarlRecord at ESU: 19-35 son, LB; Kevin Gaddis, DB; Dakota Hagler, (6th year) DL; Tim Chandler, DT; Jeff Richards, LB Overall Record: Special Teams (1): Derek Lohmann, S; Ken70-44 (11th year) nedy Ezimako, DE Best time to reach Lettermen Returning: 34 (18 Off / 15 Def / 1 ST) Higgins: Mornings Lettermen Lost: 21 (11 Off / 8 Def / 2 ST) Football Office Phone: (620) 341-5504 Assistant Coaches: Top Returnees Matt Walter (Offensive Coordinator/OL/ Passing Att Cmp Int Yds. TD Strength & Conditioning) Tyler Eckenrode 368 229 9 2,580 18 Oscar Rodriguez (Defensive Coordinator) Rushing No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Matt Martin (Wide Receivers/Special Teams) Tyler Eckenrode 100 283 2.83 4 25.7 Mike LoPorto (Defensive Line/Recruiting Receiving No. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg. Coordinator) Ray Ray Davis 50 540 10.8 4 54.0 Justin Wieser (Running Backs) Defense Solo Ast Total Sacks TFL Nathan Lindsey (Linebackers) Ben Carlson 40 45 85 1.0/3 6.0/11

Coaching Staff

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, KS 66801

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

Fort Hays State at Nebraska-Kearney Central Oklahoma at Northeastern State Lincoln at Southwest Baptist Lindenwood at Truman Missouri Western at Northwest Missouri at Washburn

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

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

L 17-27 L 14-38 L 38-45 W 35-7 L 17-31 W 31-24 L 16-22 W 52-23 W 52-18 W 42-28 L 21-62

2011 Results (5-6, 3-6 MIAA)

Series Information

Series Record: Series tied 51-51-6 Streak: WU has won the last eight First Meeting: ESU 11-0 (11/4/1899) in Topeka Last Meeting: WU 31-17 (10/1/2011) in Emporia Last WU win: 31-17 (10/1/2011) in Emporia Last ESU win: 35-28 ot (9/20/2003) in Emporia Largest WU win: 42-0 (11/6/2010) in Topeka Largest ESU win: 45-6 (11/2/1928) in Emporia

Last 10 Meetings (WU 9-1)

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11/02/2002 Topeka 09/20/2003 Emporia, Kan. 09/11/2004 Topeka 10/22/2005 Emporia, Kan. 10/28/2006 Topeka 10/13/2007 Emporia, Kan. 10/11/2008 Topeka 11/07/2009 Emporia, Kan. 11/06/2010 Topeka 10/01/2011 Emporia, Kan.

W 34-21 LOT 28-35 W 28-10 W 42-14 W 37-6 W 31-21 W 14-6 W 56-35 W 42-0 W 31-17

Bod Bits

• Washburn has won the last eight. • The all-time series is tied 51-51-6 after 108 alltime meetings. • The series is the most-played series in NCAA Division II. • Washburn has won the last five meetings played in Topeka.

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History

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Thursday, August 30 *UCM at MWSU *PSU at NSU *TSU at SBU *NSU at PSU *UNK at WU *FHSU at ESU *MSSU at UCO East Central at NWMSU Saturday, September 1 *LWU at LU

6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

Friday, September 21 Glenville State at LWU Saturday, September 22 *WU at UCO *NWMSU at UNK *SBU at MSSU *ESU at NSU *MWSU at FHSU *LU at PSU

Saturday, October 20 7 p.m. *SBU at UNK *WU at LWU *ESU at TSU 2:30 p.m. *UCM at NSU 4 p.m. *MWSU at PSU 6 p.m. *NWMSU at MSSU 6 p.m. *LU at FHSU 7 p.m. 7 p.m. Thursday, October 25 *MWSU at ESU

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

Saturday, November 10 *ESU at WU *MWSU at NWMSU *LU at SBU *LWU at TSU *NSU at UCO *PSU at MSSU *FHSU at UNK

1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m.

Nov. 17 6 p.m. NCAA DII Playoffs - First Round

2 p.m. Saturday, September 29 Nov. 24 *FHSU at TSU 1 p.m. Saturday, October 27 Saturday, September 8 *LU at ESU 1 p.m. FHSU at S.D. Mines 1 p.m. NCAA DII Playoffs-Second Round *NWMSU at UCM 1:30 p.m. *SBU at WU 1 p.m. *NWMSU at WU 1 p.m. Mineral Water Bowl (NSIC vs MIAA) *ESU at UNK 2 p.m. *MSSU at UCM 1:30 p.m. *PSU at TSU 1 p.m. William Jewell at MWSU 6 p.m. *UNK at LWU 1:30 p.m. *NSU at SBU 1 p.m. Dec. 1 *NSU at MSSU 6 p.m. *NSU at NWMSU 2:30 p.m. *UNK at UCM 1:30 p.m. NCAA DII Playoffs-Quarterfinals *SBU at LWU 6 p.m. *UCO at MWSU 6 p.m. *UCO at LU 2 p.m. *UCO at PSU 6:05 p.m. *MSSU at LWU 2:30 p.m. Dec. 8 NCAA DII Playoffs-Semifinals *LU at TSU 7 p.m. Saturday, October 6 *WU at FHSU 7 p.m. *NWMSU at UCO 1 p.m. Saturday, November 3 S.D. Mines at MSSU 2 p.m. *WU at MWSU 1:30 p.m. Dec. 15 Saturday, September 15 *ESU at SBU 2 p.m. *UCM at FHSU 2 p.m. NCAA DII National Championship *FHSU at NWMSU 1 p.m. *UCM at PSU 2 p.m. *ESU at NWMSU 2 p.m. *PSU at SBU 1 p.m. *MWSU at NSU 2 p.m. *LU at NSU 2 p.m. *UCO at ESU 1 p.m. *WU at LU 2 p.m. *LWU at PSU 2 p.m. *MSSU at LU 2 p.m. *TSU at UNK 2:30 p.m. *SBU at UCO 2 p.m. *UCM at LWU 6 p.m. *LWU at FHSU 7 p.m. S.D. Mines at UNK 2 p.m. *UNK at MWSU 6 p.m. *TSU at MSSU 3 p.m. *NSU at WU 6 p.m. Saturday, October 13 NW Oklahoma State at TSU 7 p.m. *TSU at WU 1 p.m. *UCO at UCM 1:30 p.m. Thursday, September 20 *MSSU at MWSU 1:30 p.m. *TSU at UCM 7 p.m. *LWU at ESU 2 p.m. *NWMSU vs PSU 2 p.m. *UNK at LU 2 p.m. *FHSU at SBU 2:30 p.m. ////////////////////////////////////// 69

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Intro Players Coaches Opponents Review The MIAA Records History

Truman (11-18-0) 6-9-0 (H) • 5-9-0 (A) • 0-0-0 (N) 09/19/1958 A L 13-26 09/25/1959 H L 0-6 09/23/1960 A L 12-39 09/22/1961 H L 9-27 09/22/1962 A L 0-39 09/21/1963* H W 7-6 09/16/1989* H W 21-3 09/15/1990 H L 17-44 09/21/1991 H L 7-14 09/19/1992 A L 8-42 10/16/1993 H L 0-34 10/15/1994 A L 31-50 09/23/1995 H L 17-41 09/28/1996 A L 21-38 10/11/1997 H L 7-37 10/10/1998 A L 28-38 11/05/1999 H W 52-18 11/04/2000 A L 42-45 10/06/2001 H L 26-27 10/12/2002 A W 26-21 09/27/2003 H L 6-12 09/18/2004 A W 62-0 10/15/2005 H W 21-14 10/21/2006 A L 7-21 10/20/2007 H W 71-35 10/18/2008 A W 31-17 10/31/2009 H W 37-7 Fort Hays State (40-23-3) 24-10-1 (H) • 16-13-2 (A) • 0-0-0 (N) Central Oklahoma (1-0) 10/30/2010 A W 45-12 10/08/2011 A W 42-14 11/27/1919 A W 7-6 1-0-0 (H) • 0-0-0 (A) • 0-0-0 (N) 11/16/1928 A L 2-6 10/15/2011 H W 48-3 *Later forfieted by Washburn 11/28/1929 H W 27-0 11/15/1930 A W 31-7 10/09/1931 H W 27-7 10/14/1932 H W 12-0 11/18/1933 H T 0-0 11/17/1934 A L 13-23 11/23/1935 H L 6-12 (0-0) 11/01/1941 A W 21-0 Southwest Baptist (14-5-0) Lindenwood 0-0-0 (H) • 0-0-0 (A) • 0-0-0 (N) 10/30/1942 H W 21-13 7-2-0 (H) • 7-3-0 (A) • 0-0-0 (N) 11/09/1946 A T 20-20 11/04/1989 A L 19-34 First meeting in 2012 11/08/1947 H W 47-14 11/03/1990 H W 24-9 11/06/1948 A T 6-6 11/02/1991 A W 14-6 11/05/1949 H W 35-13 10/31/1992 H W 21-17 11/04/1950 A W 7-0 11/13/1993 A L 20-25 11/03/1951 H W 34-6 11/12/1994 H W 31-14 11/01/1952 A W 20-14 10/21/1995 A W 37-20 10/30/1953 H L 6-7 10/26/1996 H W 24-20 Northwest Missouri (6-25-0) 11/06/1954 A L 6-27 09/20/1997 A W 25-7 4-12-0 (H) • 2-13-0 (A) • 0-0-0 (N) 11/05/1955 H W 27-7 09/19/1998 H L(ot) 20-26 09/01/1944 A L 0-27 11/03/1956 A W 32-19 10/14/1999 A W 36-0 10/06/1944 H L 0-28 11/08/1957 H L 16-19 10/14/2000 H W 58-21 09/08/1984 A L 0-47 11/07/1958 A W 19-6 11/10/2001 H L 20-48 09/07/1985 H W 38-24 11/06/1959 H W 19-12 11/16/2002 A L 20-26 09/13/1986 H W 38-24 11/11/1960 A W 33-7 10/18/2003 A W 41-37 09/12/1987 A L 27-29 11/11/1961 H L 7-14 10/08/2004 H W 38-35 09/10/1988 H W 33-12 11/10/1962 A L 14-33 09/24/2005 A W 56-21 10/21/1989 H L 21-34 11/09/1963 H W 46-0 09/30/2006 H W 56-23 10/20/1990 A W 14-0 10/17/1964 A W 14-7 11/10/2007 A W 37-14 09/28/1991 A L 3-29 09/26/1992 H L 21-22 10/16/1965 H L 0-25 10/09/1993 A L 36-61 10/15/1966 A L 0-7 10/08/1994 H W 48-14 10/14/1967 H L 0-35 11/04/1995 A L 21-42 10/12/1968 A W 9-6 11/09/1996 H L 14-33 10/11/1969 H W 27-6 10/04/1997 A L 14-17 10/10/1970 A L 8-27 10/09/1971 H W 34-10 Lincoln (Mo.) (4-0-0) 10/03/1998 H L 31-38 10/30/1999 A L 10-35 10/14/1972 A W 31-29 3-0-0 (H) • 1-0-0 (A) • 0-0-0 (N) 10/13/1973 H W 19-14 10/07/1989 H W 9-0 10/28/2000 H L 21-63 10/26/1974 A W 14-7 09/09/2000 A W 63-21 09/29/2001 A L 17-52 10/25/1975 H W 27-8 09/08/2001 H W 31-20 10/05/2002 H L 13-48 10/30/1976 H W 23-19 09/08/2011 H W 66-26 10/04/2003 A L 14-45 09/25/2004 H L 21-49 11/12/1977 H W 30-22 10/08/2005 A W 31-28 11/11/1978 A L 10-17 11/19/2005* H L 32-42 10/20/1979 H L 6-20 10/14/2006 H L 26-31 10/18/1980 A L 17-28 10/27/2007 A L 27-28 10/31/1981 H L 0-7 10/25/2008 H L 21-24 10/30/1982 H L 7-34 Nebraska-Kearney (6-14-0) 3-7-0 (H) • 3-7-0 (A) • 0-0-0 (N) 09/14/1963 A L 14-19 09/19/1964 H L 12-14 09/18/1965 A L 14-40 09/17/1966 H L 6-21 09/16/1967 A L 6-55 09/14/1968 H W 26-20 10/04/1969 A W 3-0 10/16/1976 H L 9-36 10/15/1977 H L 21-28 10/14/1978 H L 12-49 11/03/1979 A L 7-28 11/01/1980 H L 7-14 11/14/1981 A L 7-26 11/13/1982 A L 3-34 11/05/1983 A W 7-0 11/03/1984 H L 0-30 11/09/1985 A L 16-21 11/08/1986 H W 24-3 Northeastern St. (Okla.) (1-1-0) 10/10/1987 H W 28-0 1-0-0 (H) • 0-1-0 (A) • 0-0-0 (N) 10/08/1988 A W 29-12 09/26/1987 H W 23-21 09/24/1988 A L 30-35

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Missouri Western (17-21-2) 12-8-0 (H) • 5-13-2 (A) • 0-0-0 (N) 09/16/1972 H W 58-3 09/15/1973 A T 13-13 09/21/1974 H W 37-0 09/20/1975 A L 24-27 09/18/1976 H W 26-15 10/22/1977 A T 7-7 10/21/1978 H L 25-53 10/27/1979 A W 23-21 10/25/1980 H L 14-45 11/07/1981 A L 0-52 11/06/1982 A L 21-37 10/29/1983 A W 24-21 10/27/1984 H L 21-37 11/02/1985 A L 10-13 11/01/1986 H W 21-14 10/03/1987* A W 31-6 10/01/1988 H W 17-10 11/11/1989* H W 28-21 11/10/1990 A W 21-10 11/16/1991 A L 23-35 11/14/1992 H L 17-41 10/23/1993 A L 10-41 10/22/1994 H L 28-60 09/16/1995 A L 6-17 09/21/1996 H W 21-7 10/18/1997 A L 12-13 10/17/1998 H W 35-27 09/25/1999 A L 10-35 09/23/2000 H L 13-23 10/20/2001 A L 6-27 10/26/2002 H L(2ot) 28-34 11/08/2003 A L 14-30 10/30/2004 H W 30-23 11/05/2005 A L(ot) 21-28 11/11/2006 H W 16-3 09/29/2007 A W 31-24 09/27/2008 H W 21-17 09/19/2009 A L 34-37 09/18/2010 H L 33-36 09/22/2011 H W 41-20 *Later forfeited by Washburn

Emporia State (51-51-6) 29-25-4 (H) • 22-26-2 (A) • 0-0-0 (N) 11/04/1899 H L 0-11 09/21/1901 H W 6-0 10/06/1902 A W 6-0 10/03/1903 A T 0-0 10/08/1904 H W 21-0 10/07/1905 H W 29-6 10/16/1906 H W 6-0 10/05/1907 A W 18-0 10/03/1908 H W 6-0 10/09/1909 H W 24-6 10/22/1910 H L 12-14 11/11/1911 H W 8-0 11/02/1912 H L 6-7 11/01/1913 H W 41-7 10/31/1914 A L 0-19 10/30/1915 H T 7-7 11/03/1916 A L 7-23 11/03/1917 H T 0-0 11/15/1918 A W 22-3 11/08/1919 H W 20-6 11/06/1920 H T 7-7 11/05/1921 H W 10-7 11/03/1922 A L 0-34 11/10/1923 H T 7-7

11/07/1924 A L 0-18 11/07/1925 A L 0-6 11/05/1926 H L 0-35 11/04/1927 H L 7-20 11/02/1928 A L 6-45 11/02/1929 H W 6-2 10/31/1930 A W 13-6 10/30/1931 H W 20-7 10/28/1932 A T 0-0 11/03/1933 H L 6-7 10/26/1934 A L 6-14 09/27/1935 H W 12-7 10/09/1936 H L 7-14 09/24/1937 H L 6-12 09/30/1938 H W 19-6 09/30/1939 A W 12-0 10/04/1940 H L 7-38 10/03/1941 H L 12-20 10/02/1942 A L 0-12 10/04/1946 H W 20-12 10/04/1947 A L 6-12 10/01/1948 H L 0-7 10/01/1949 A L 14-19 09/29/1950 H L 19-27 09/29/1951 A W 14-13 09/26/1952 H L 6-7 09/26/1953 A W 21-0 10/08/1954 H W 14-6 10/08/1955 A W 26-6 10/05/1956 H W 34-6 10/12/1957 A W 25-0 10/11/1958 H L 6-27 10/10/1959 A L 13-24 10/14/1960 H L 6-7 10/13/1961 A L 10-26 10/13/1962 H W 7-6 10/12/1963 A W 32-6 11/14/1964 H W 19-6 11/13/1965 A W 21-0 09/10/1966 A L 0-14 11/12/1966 H L 6-12 11/11/1967 A L 7-34 11/09/1968 H L 19-47 11/08/1969 A L 14-28 11/07/1970 A W 34-21 11/06/1971 H L 0-3 11/11/1972 A L 7-41 11/10/1973 A W 20-10 10/05/1974 A W 36-15 10/04/1975 H W 42-13 10/09/1976 A W 21-0 10/01/1977 H W 40-12 09/30/1978 A W 17-7 09/29/1979 H L 11-17 09/27/1980 A L 7-45 10/10/1981 H W 17-10 10/08/1982 H L 13-20 10/01/1983 A W 41-7 09/29/1984 A L 0-14 10/05/1985 H W 25-18 10/04/1986 A L 16-22 11/14/1987 A W 28-21 11/12/1988 H W 59-46 10/12/1991 A L 18-49 10/10/1992 H L 18-25 11/06/1993 A L 19-37 11/05/1994 H L 7-43 09/30/1995 A L 24-25 10/05/1996 H L 35-40 10/30/1997 A L 35-64 10/29/1998 H L 27-35 11/13/1999 A L 20-45 11/11/2000 H L 21-35 10/27/2001 A L 19-38 11/02/2002 H W 34-21 09/20/2003 A LOT 28-35 09/11/2004 H W 28-10 10/22/2005 A W 42-14 10/28/2006 H W 37-6 10/13/2007 A W 31-21 10/11/2008 H W 14-6 11/07/2009 A W 56-35 11/06/2010 H W 42-0 10/01/2011 A W 31-17

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Eighth consecutive winning season For the eighth-straight season, the Washburn Ichabods finished with more wins than losses after their 10-3 campaign. In doing so, the Ichabods added to a program record for consecutive winning seasons.

Intro Players Coaches Opponents

Washburn in the national statistics The Ichabods as a team ranked in the top 50 in eight different statistical categories and finished in the top 10 twice.

Review The MIAA Records History

WU Team Rankings in the NCAA Top 50 Category Average MIAA NCAA Passing Offense 331.15 1 4 Total Offense 481.54 2 5 Scoring Offense 38.62 3 11 Passing Efficiency 150.14 3 17 Turnover Margin 0.92 2 19 Net Punting 34.87 5 33 Sacks 2.54 4 37 Sacks Allowed 1.38 3 37

Individually, senior quarterback Dane Simoneau was second in the nation in passing yards at 4,089, fourth in the nation in total offense averaging 312.5 yards per game, fourth in passing yards per game at 314.5, 11th in points responsible per game at 18.2 while also coming in 18th in the nation in passing efficiency. Mark Fancher was 35th in the nation in kickoff return average per attempt at 25.5 per return and Justin Cooper finished 42nd in the nation in rushing yards per game at 90.2 per contest.

Schurig after ten years Ichabod head coach Craig Schurig is 72-44 entering his 11th season on the Washburn sideline in 2012. The 72 wins is the most wins by any coach in the program’s history. Schurig passed Dick Godlove with his 68th win against Truman on Oct. 8, 2011 to become the all-time winningest coach in school history.

The 2011 Washburn Ichabods had a number of firsts during the season. The Ichabods set a school record with 10 wins and recorded their first playoff win in school history with a 52-49 win over Abilene Christian in Yager Stadium. The Ichabods also not only had a regional finalist for the Harlon Hill in senior quarterback Dane Simoneau, but a national finalist for the NCAA Division II National Player of Year. The five-time, consensus AllAmerican came up just short in the closest Harlon Hill voting in the award’s history falling three points short of winning the honor. Washburn opened the season with seven straight wins and combined with the ending to the 2010 season, the Ichabods won 11 straight games setting another school record for most consecutive wins. The Ichabods handed eventual D2 champion Pittsburg State its only loss of the season in a 43-25 win on the road, Washburn’s third-straight win over the Gorillas and its second-straight on the road. 72

All-America Honors The Ichabods had seven different players named to a combined 12 different All-America teams this season as quarterback Dane Simoneau headlined the list after receiving consensus All-American honors from the American Football Coaches Association, Associated Press Little All-American, CoSIDA/ Daktronics, d2football.com and Don Hansen Football Gazette All-American teams. Brian Folkerts was selected to the d2football.com second team All-American squad and the Football Gazette Third team unit. Dakota Palan-Johnson and Casey Curran were each named to the d2football. com honorable mention squad while Justin Cooper, Greg Schoenberg and DaJuan Beard were all named to the Football Gazette honorable mention team. All-MIAA Honors Dane Simoneau finished second in the league averaging 314.5 yards per game completing 280 of 482 passes with a league-high 38 touchdowns pass-

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ing for 4,089 yards. Simoneau became the first Ichabod to win the MIAA’s Offensive Player of the Year award. In addition to the MIAA’s POY honor, Simoneau was also named first team all-MIAA quarterback. Senior running back Justin Cooper earned first team all-MIAA honor after finishing second in the league in rushing with 90.2 yards per game averaging 4.9 yards per carry scoring 17 touchdowns on the ground. He had 241 carries for 1,172 yards becoming the seventh Ichabod to go over 1,000 yards in a single season. Senior offensive lineman Brian Folkerts was a repeat selection on the offensive line and was the only repeat pick from a year

ago. Folkerts has helped the Ichabods to the league’s third-best scoring offense averaging 38.6 points per game, the secondbest total offensive unit averaging 481.5 yards per game and the league’s best passing offense at 331.2 yards per game. Sophomore wide receiver DaJuan Beard was a second team all-MIAA pick after finishing third in the league in receiving yards per game with 79.2 per contest collecting 1,029 yards through the air. He led the MIAA’s receivers with 15 touchdown catches. His 62 catches were fifth in the league while averaging 16.6 yards per catch. Senior defensive end Dakota PalanJohnson was a second team all-MIAA pick

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after recording a team-high 15.5 tackles for loss, which was ninth in the MIAA. He finished 11th in the league in sacks with 7.0. Sophomore linebacker Bryce Atagi was a second team pick. He finished second on the team with 101 tackles and was eighth in the MIAA in tackles. He had 48 solo stops and 3.5 sacks. Junior linebacker Jahmil Taylor was also a second team all-MIAA pick after recording 112 tackles this season with 4.0 sacks. Senior defensive back/linebacker Marty Pfannenstiel was a second team selection after tallying 90 tackles while recording four interceptions.

2011 Washburn Football Honors

#9 Dane Simoneau, Sr., QB Associated Press Little All-American First Team American Football Coaches Association First Team D2football.com First Team All-American Don Hansen Football Gazette First Team All-American Don Hansen Football Gazette Regional Offensive Player of the Year CoSIDA/Daktronics First Team AllAmerican Runner-up in Harlon Hill (D2 National Player of the Year Award) Harlon Hill (D2 Regional Finalist) Don Hansen Football Gazette First Team All-Region CoSIDA/Daktronics First Team AllRegion MIAA Offensive Player of the Year First Team All-MIAA

#45 Jeremy Linn, Jr., PK #15 Ronnell Garner, So., WR Don Hansen Football Gazette Third Team MIAA Academic Honor Roll All-Region #46 Aaron Hummert, Fr., P MIAA Academic Honor Roll #16 Calvin Kenney, Fr., DB MIAA Academic Honor Roll #48 Tore’ Hurst, So., TE Honorable Mention All-MIAA #17 DaJuan Beard, So., WR Don Hansen Football Gazette Honorable #50 Trent Snyder, Sr., LB/LS Mention All-American MIAA Academic Honor Roll CoSIDA/Daktronics Second Team AllRegion #53 Aaron Jackson, Fr., LB Don Hansen Football Gazette Second MIAA Academic Honor Roll Team All-Region Second Team All-MIAA #54 Kyle Duncan, So., OL Honorable Mention All-MIAA #19 Casey Curran, Sr., FS MIAA Academic Honor Roll D2football.com Honorable Mention All-American #55 Michael Lisher, Fr., OL Second Team All-MIAA MIAA Academic Honor Roll #23 Jahmil Taylor, Jr., LB #65 Brian Folkerts, Sr., OL Second Team All-MIAA D2football.com Second Team AllAmerican #24 Connor Crimmins, Fr., WR Don Hansen Football Gazette Second MIAA Academic Honor Roll Team All-American CoSIDA/Daktronics First Team All#25 Brit Dewey, Fr., WR Region MIAA Academic Honor Roll Don Hansen Football Gazette First Team All-Region #30 Jon Clark, Jr., DB First Team All-MIAA MIAA Academic Honor Roll MIAA Academic Honor Roll MIAA Scholar Athlete #39 Steven Dudley, Jr., DB MIAA Academic Honor Roll #68 Steve Dieckhaus, Jr., OL Honorable Mention All-MIAA #41 Zach Livingston, Sr., LB MIAA Academic Honor Roll MIAA Academic Honor Roll

#10 Mitch Buhler, Fr., QB MIAA Academic Honor Roll

#42 Tyler Lutz, PK MIAA Academic Honor Roll

#2 Justin Cooper, Sr., RB Don Hansen Football Gazette Honorable Mention All-American Don Hansen Football Gazette First Team All-Region First Team All-MIAA #4 Ryan Macken, So., LB MIAA Academic Honor Roll #6 Marty Pfannenstiel, Sr., LB Don Hansen Football Gazette Third Team All-Region Second Team All-MIAA CoSIDA/Daktronics Second Team Academic All-District

#12 Mark Fancher, So., WR MIAA Academic Honor Roll

#44 Greg Schoenberg, Sr., FB Don Hansen Football Gazette Honorable Mention All-American #13 Bryce Atagi, So., LB Don Hansen Football Gazette First Team Don Hansen Football Gazette Third Team All-Region All-Region Honorable Mention All-MIAA Second Team All-MIAA MIAA Academic Honor Roll MIAA Scholar Athlete

#74 Dylan Ready, Fr., OL MIAA Academic Honor Roll #81 Jeremy Edwards, Fr., WR MIAA Academic Honor Roll #86 Schuyler Jackson, So., WR MIAA Academic Honor Roll

#90 Cameron Brown, Sr., DE MIAA Academic Honor Roll #91 Dakota Palan-Johnson, Sr., DE D2football.com Honorable Mention All-American Don Hansen Football Gazette Third Team All-Region Second Team All-MIAA #92 Jayveri Kelly, Jr., DT Honorable Mention All-MIAA #93 Jacob Stone, Fr., DL MIAA Academic Honor Roll #94 Ian Williams, Sr., DT Honorable Mention All-MIAA #96 Jacob Kottman, Fr., TE MIAA Academic Honor Roll Jeremy Carlisle, Fr., WR MIAA Academic Honor Roll John Copeland, Fr., PK MIAA Academic Honor Roll Michael Dell, Fr., LB MIAA Academic Honor Roll Sam Eickhoff, Fr., OL MIAA Academic Honor Roll David Gaunt, Fr., QB MIAA Academic Honor Roll Brian Paur, Fr., OL MIAA Academic Honor Roll Kameron Stewart, Fr., RB MIAA Academic Honor Roll Shay Wooten, Fr., DB MIAA Academic Honor Roll

#89 Corey Walker, Jr., DE MIAA Academic Honor Roll

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At home 5-1 37-19 On the road 5-2 32-25 Against MIAA opponents 7-2 55-34 Against non-conference opponents 3-1 16-9 On natural grass 0-0 21-16 On artificial turf 10-3 50-28 In day games 6-3 57-32 In home day games 3-1 27-14 In road day games 3-2 25-21 In night games 4-0 13-8 In August 0-0 4-2 In September 4-0 24-16 In October 4-1 29-16 In November 2-2 13-10 In December 0-0 2-0 Leading after 1st quarter 8-1 53-11 Leading after 2nd quarter 7-0 57-9 Leading after 3rd quarter 10-0 65-5 Tied after 1st quarter 2-0 13-9 Tied after 2nd quarter 0-0 6-3 Tied after 3rd quarter 0-0 3-2 Trailing after 1st quarter 0-2 6-21 Trailing after 2nd quarter 3-3 9-33 Trailing after 3rd quarter 0-2 3-35 In overtime 0-0 2-4 WU scores first 10-1 51-12 Opponent scores first 0-2 20-32 WU has the first possession 6-0 48-26 Opponent has the first possession 4-3 24-18 WU scores 0-10 points 0-0 0-4 WU scores 11-20 points 0-0 4-13 WU scores 21-30 points 1-3 18-19 WU scores 31-40 points 3-0 24-6 WU scores 41-50 points 4-0 14-2 WU scores 50-plus points 2-0 11-0 Opponent scores 0-10 points 1-0 20-1 Opponent scores 11-20 points 6-0 19-3 Opponent scores 21-30 points 2-0 22-9 Opponent scores 31-40 points 0-2 9-14 Opponent scores 41-50 points 1-0 2-13 Opponent scores 50-plus points 0-1 0-4 WU has over 200 yards rushing 4-0 30-2 WU has less than 200 yards rushing 6-3 42-42 Opponent has over 200 yards rushing 1-2 8-21 Opponent has less than 200 yards rushing 9-1 64-23 WU has over 200 yards passing 9-3 47-26 WU has less than 200 yards passing 1-0 25-18 Opponent has over 200 yards passing 3-3 34-31 Opponent has less than 200 yards passing 7-0 33-13 WU gains 0-100 net yards 0-0 0-0 WU gains 101-200 net yards 0-0 0-4 WU gains 201-300 net yards 0-1 9-10 WU gains 301-400 net yards 1-1 16-17 WU gains 401-500 net yards 3-1 29-12 WU gains 501-plus net yards 6-0 18-1 Opponent gains 0-100 net yards 0-0 0-0 Opponent gains 101-200 net yards 0-0 7-2 Opponent gains 201-300 net yards 4-0 17-2 Opponent gains 301-400 net yards 5-0 30-8 Opponent gains 401-500 net yards 0-2 14-21 Opponent gains 501-plus net yards 1-1 3-11 WU commits 0-5 penalties 3-1 13-14 WU commits 6-10 penalties 4-2 46-23 WU commits 11-plus penalties 3-0 13-7 Opponent commits 0-5 penalties 5-1 30-13 Opponent commits 6-10 penalties 4-2 33-23 Opponent commits 11-plus penalties 1-0 9-8 WU leads in time of possession 7-0 31-13 WU trails in time of possession 3-3 41-31 *under head coach Craig Schurig since the 2002 season

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Senior free safety Casey Curran finished seventh in the MIAA with a team-high 119 tackles recording 53 solo stops. He is a three-time second team all-MIAA selection. Named to the honorable mention allMIAA squad were senior fullback Greg Schoenberg, sophomore tight end Tore’ Hurst, sophomore offensive lineman Kyle Duncan, junior defensive lineman Jayveri Kelly, junior offensive lineman Steve Dieckhaus and senior defensive lineman Ian Williams. In his ten seasons at Washburn, head coach Craig Schurig has had 123 athletes receive all-MIAA honors.

Classroom Success The Ichabods had a successful year in the classroom as well. Marty Pfannenstiel received CoSIDA/Capital One second team

all-district honors for the second straight season. As a team, the Ichabods carried a 2.71 grade point average with 34 student athletes recording at least a 3.0 average earning MIAA Academic Honor Roll accolades. Greg Schoenberg and Marty Pfannenstiel were both named to the MIAA Scholar Athlete Honor Roll after earning all-MIAA honors and holding a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5.

Crowd Support The Ichabods have had tremendous fan support in Yager Stadium in their six home games. Washburn finished the 2011 season with an average attendance of 5,976 which was 25th in the nation and fourth in the MIAA and a total attendance of 35,855 which was 16th in the nation and fifth in the MIAA.

2011 Washburn Recap/Game Highlights Date Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 17 Sept. 22 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

Opponent Result at Sioux Falls W 33-17 *Lincoln W 66-26 *at Missouri Southern W 30-14 *Missouri Western W 41-20 *at Emporia State W 31-17 *at Truman State W 42-14 Central Oklahoma W 48-3 *at Northwest Missouri L 28-52 *Fort Hays State W 45-20 *at Pittsburg State W 45-23 *Central Missouri L 31-39 Abilene Christian W 52-49 at Pittsburg State L 22-31

Highlight Dane Simoneau passes for school record 452 yards Ichabods score 49 in 1st quarter, lead 66-0 at the half Ichabods score three fourth quarter TD’s for win WU outscores MWSU 31-10 in second half Ichabods won 8th straight over the Hornets Craig Schurig wins 68th to become WU’s all-time winningest coach WU records 565 yards of offense holding UCO to 303 Bearcats become 1st team to score 1st quarter points against WU 620 yards of offense fourth-best output in school history WU records wins 3rd straight over No. 2-ranked Gorillas Justin Cooper goes over the 1,000 yard mark for a single season Ichabods win first playoff game in school history Dane Simoneau goes over the 4,000 single-season passing mark

2011 Final National Polls AFCA Rec. 1. Pittsburg St. (Kan.) (29) 13-1 2. Wayne St. (Mich.) 12-4 3. Winston-Salem St. (N.C.) 13-1 4. Delta St. (Miss.) 11-3 5. Northwest Missouri St. 11-3 6. Minnesota-Duluth 11-3 7. Midwestern St. (Texas) 10-1 8. New Haven (Conn.) 11-2 9. Colorado St.-Pueblo 11-1 10. Nebraska-Kearney 10-2 11. Washburn (Kan.) 10-3 12. North Greenville (S.C.) 11-3 13. Kutztown (Pa.) 11-2 14. North Alabama 9-3 15. California (Pa.) 10-3 16. Abilene Christian (Texas) 8-3 17. St. Cloud State (Minn.) 9-3 18. Missouri Western St. 9-3 19. Mars Hill (N.C.) 8-3 20. Humboldt St. (Calif.) 9-1 21. Bloomsburg (Pa.) 9-2 22. Shepherd (W.Va.) 9-2 23. West Alabama 8-4 24. West Virginia Wesleyan 9-2 25. West Texas A&M 8-3

Pts. Prv. 725 7 696 NR 638 3 616 8 548 10 541 9 520 2 517 5 466 1 446 4 407 15 393 20 388 6 352 12 325 17 307 11 290 14 242 16 224 19 188 13 128 18 91 21 84 22 51 24 48 NR

D2Football.com Record 1 Pittsburg State 14-1 2 Wayne State (Mich.) 12-4 3 Northwest Missouri 11-3 4 Delta State 11-3 5 Winston-Salem 12-1 6 Minnesota Duluth 11-3 7 Midwestern State 11-1 8 Washburn 10-3 9 CSU-Pueblo 11-1 10 North Greenville 11-3 11 North Alabama 9-3 12 Nebraska-Kearney 10-2 13 New Haven 11-2 14 Abilene Christian 8-3 15 California 10-3 16 Kutztown 11-2 17 St. Cloud 9-3 18 Missouri Western 9-3 19 Mars Hill 8-3 20 Grand Valley 8-3 21 West Alabama 8-4 22 Humboldt State 9-1 23 Hillsdale 9-2 24 West Texas A&M 8-3 25 Central Missouri 8-4

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///////// 2011 Results (10-3, 7-2 MIAA) Date Opponent Score Sep 01 at Sioux Falls (S.D.) W 33-17 *Sep 08 Lincoln W 66-26 *Sep 17 at Missouri Southern W 30-14 *Sep 24 Missouri Western W 40-21 *Oct 01 at Emporia State W 31-17 *Oct 08 at Truman W 42-14 Oct 15 Central Oklahoma W 48-3 *Oct 22 at #6 Northwest Missouri L 28-52 *Oct 29 Fort Hays State W 45-20 *Nov 05 at #2 Pittsburg State W 43-25 *Nov 12 Central Missouri L 21-39 !Nov 19 Abilene Christian W 52-49 !!Nov 26 at #7 Pittsburg State L 22-31 *MIAA game !NCAA First Round Playoff Game - Topeka, Kan. !!NCAA Second Round Playoff Game - Pittsburg, Kan. 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 SCORE BY QUARTERS Washburn Opponents

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WU 502 38.6 304 92 190 22 1955 2315 360 464 4.2 150.4 26 4305 292-505-12 8.5 14.7 331.2 39 6260 969 6.5 481.5 48-969 14-45 19-249 20.2 3.2 13.1 26-9 96-751 57.8 55-2147 39.0 34.9 29:16 92/193 48% 10/24 42% 33-177 10 67 12-16 1-1 (51-57) 89% (40-57) 70% (58-63) 92% 35855 6/5976 2nd 136 121

3rd 90 59

4th 116 91

Time Attend 3:10 2152 3:14 6216 2:44 1847 3:09 6957 3:01 5252 2:56 4123 2:49 6430 2:45 10,073 2:49 6429 3:02 9053 2:47 5413 2:58 4410 2:52 6936

OPP 327 25.2 277 110 145 22 1821 2237 416 498 3.7 140.1 20 3115 279-463-19 6.7 11.2 239.6 22 4936 961 5.1 379.7 74-1313 16-129 12-159 17.7 8.1 13.2 22-14 76-625 48.1 69-2666 38.6 36.8 30:42 68/193 35% 19/35 54% 18-121 0 45 7-11 1-3 (37-44) 84% (30-44) 68% (32-36) 89% 39436 7/5634 0/0 - -

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Sean McPherson Individual Statistics Rushing GP-GS Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G Cooper,Justin 13-13 241 1272 100 1172 4.9 17 74 90.2 McPherson,Sean 13-0 132 782 46 736 5.6 6 75 56.6 Salum,Justin 8-0 19 99 0 99 5.2 1 17 12.4 Schoenberg,Greg 13-12 11 39 0 39 3.5 2 8 3.0 Garner,Ronnell 12-10 2 3 0 3 1.5 0 2 0.2 Beard,DaJuan 13-13 1 2 0 2 2.0 0 2 0.2 Lichter,Andrew 12-0 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 Gilmer,Alex 2-0 1 0 11 -11 -11.0 0 0 -5.5 Buhler,Mitch 5-0 7 7 26 -19 -2.7 0 7 -3.8 Simoneau,Dane 13-13 41 111 138 -27 -0.7 0 15 -2.1 TEAM 7-0 8 0 39 -39 -4.9 0 0 -5.6 Totals 13 464 2315 360 1955 4.2 26 75 150.4 Opponents 13 498 2237 416 1821 3.7 20 54 1 40.1 PASSING GP-GS Effic Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds Simoneau,Dane 13-13 150.4 280-482-12 58.1 4089 Buhler,Mitch 5-0 141.6 11-20-0 55.0 167 Beard,DaJuan 13-13 511.6 1-1-0 100.0 49 Gilmer,Alex 2-0 0.0 0-1-0 0.0 0 TEAM 7-0 0.0 0-1-0 0.0 0 Totals 13 150.2 292-505-12 57.8 4305 Opponents 13 124.2 279-463-19 60.3 3115 RECEIVING GP-GS No. Yds Beard,DaJuan 13-13 62 1029 Kobbeman,Matt 13-4 56 739 Garner,Ronnell 12-10 52 985 Hurst,Tore 13-13 38 591 Cooper,Justin 13-13 36 331 Schoenberg,Greg 13-12 15 201 Mertz,Ryan 13-0 12 179 McPherson,Sean 13-0 6 33 Fancher,Mark 13-0 5 133 Jackson,Schuyler 10-0 3 33 Lichter,Andrew 12-0 3 25 Farmer,Mike 6-0 2 5 Iverson,Payton 13-0 1 15 Simoneau,Dane 13-13 1 6 Totals 13 292 4305 Opponents 13 279 3115 FUMBLE RETURNS No. Yards Williams,Willie 1 7 Connors,Devon 1 52 Totals 2 59 Opponents 3 31

Avg 7.0 52.0 29.5 10.3

Avg 16.6 13.2 18.9 15.6 9.2 13.4 14.9 5.5 26.6 11.0 8.3 2.5 15.0 6.0 14.7 11.2

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TD Lng Avg/G 38 72 314.5 1 41 33.4 0 49 3.8 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 39 72 331.2 22 73 239.6

TD Long Avg/G 15 58 79.2 3 67 56.8 8 72 82.1 8 46 45.5 1 47 25.5 2 53 15.5 2 29 13.8 0 13 2.5 0 63 10.2 0 16 3.3 0 14 2.1 0 3 0.8 0 15 1.2 0 6 0.5 39 72 331.2 22 73 239.6 Long 7 52 52 28

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Greg Schoenberg PUNT RETURNS Beard,DaJuan Garner,Ronnell Williams,Willie Curran,Casey Totals Opponents

No. Yds 10 47 2 -2 1 0 1 0 14 45 16 129

Avg 4.7 -1.0 0.0 0.0 3.2 8.1

TD Long 0 19 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 22

INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Pfannenstiel,Marty 4 27 Connors,Devon 2 26 Taylor,Jahmil 2 2 Atagi,Bryce 2 50 Oladapo,Adebayo 2 25 Curran,Casey 2 33 Kenney,Calvin 1 31 Beard,DaJuan 1 43 Cervantes,Jake 1 0 Grimmett,Terry 1 12 Hollins,Michael 1 0 Totals 19 249 Opponents 12 159

Avg 6.8 13.0 1.0 25.0 12.5 16.5 31.0 43.0 0.0 12.0 0.0 13.1 13.2

TD Long 0 16 0 17 0 3 1 50 0 17 0 33 0 31 0 43 0 0 0 12 0 0 1 50 1 49

Yds Avg 612 25.5 112 18.7 146 24.3 27 9.0 26 13.0 25 12.5 0 0.0 2 2.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 19 19.0 969 20.2 1313 17.7

TD Long 0 53 0 27 0 33 0 14 0 20 0 14 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 53 1 100

KICK RETURNS Fancher,Mark Garner,Ronnell Connors,Devon Iverson,Payton McPherson,Sean Livingston,Zach Pfannenstiel,Marty Kolmer,Mark Kobbeman,Matt TEAM Beard,DaJuan Totals Opponents

No. 24 6 6 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 48 74

SCORING Cooper,Justin Linn,Jeremy Beard,DaJuan Hurst,Tore Garner,Ronnell McPherson,Sean Schoenberg,Greg Kobbeman,Matt Mertz,Ryan Salum,Justin Atagi,Bryce Connors,Devon TEAM Lutz,Tyler Simoneau,Dane Totals Opponents

TD FGs 18 0-0 0 12-16 15 0-0 8 0-0 8 0-0 6 0-0 4 0-0 3 0-0 2 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 67 12-16 45 7-11

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AT P PAT PAT PAT Kick Rush Rcv Pass Saf PTS 0-0 0-1 0 0-0 0 108 57-62 0-0 0 0-0 0 93 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 90 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 0 52 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 48 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 36 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 24 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 18 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 12 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 2 1-1 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 2-3 0 0 58-63 0-1 2 2-3 0 502 32-36 0-2 2 2-7 0 327

No. 38 16 1 55 69

Yards 1522 574 51 2147 2666

Avg 40.1 35.9 51.0 39.0 38.6

Long TB FC I20 67 1 10 13 48 3 0 11 51 1 0 0 67 5 10 24 62 4 20 24

50+ Blkd 4 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 9 0

KICKOFFS Linn,Jeremy Lutz,Tyler Totals Opponents

No. Yds Avg TB OB Retn Net YdLn 87 4766 54.8 8 1 5 294 58.8 0 1 92 5060 55.0 8 2 17.7 39.0 31 60 3420 57.0 12 1 20.2 36.8 33

TOTAL OFFENSE Simoneau,Dane Cooper,Justin McPherson,Sean Buhler,Mitch Salum,Justin Beard,DaJuan Schoenberg,Greg Garner,Ronnell Gilmer,Alex TEAM Totals Opponents

GP Plays Rush Pass 13 523 -27 4089 13 241 1172 0 13 132 736 0 5 27 -19 167 8 19 99 0 13 2 2 49 13 11 39 0 12 2 3 0 2 2 -11 0 7 9 -39 0 13 969 1955 4305 13 961 1821 3115

Total Avg/G 4062 312.5 1172 90.2 736 56.6 148 29.6 99 12.4 51 3.9 39 3.0 3 0.2 -11 -5.5 -39 -5.6 6260 481.5 4936 379.7

FIELD GOALS Made-Att Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 5 0-99 L ong Bkd Linn,Jeremy 12-16 75.0 0-0 6-6 4-6 2-4 0-0 41 0 FG SEQUENCE Sioux Falls (S.D) Lincoln Missouri Southern Missouri Western Emporia State Truman State Univ. Central Oklahoma Northwest Mo. Fort Hays State Pittsburg State Central Missouri Abilene Christian Pittsburg State (made field goals in parenthesis)

Washburn 40,36 (38) (29) (22),(36) (41),42 33 (21),(23) - (26) (23),(39),(41) - (35) -

OPPONENTS (36) (28),(27) 44,(26) 55,(40) (22) 27 40 (21)

ALL PURPOSE GP Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Cooper,Justin 13 1172 331 0 0 0 1503 Beard,DaJuan 13 2 1029 47 19 43 1140 Garner,Ronnell 12 3 985 -2 112 0 1098 McPherson,Sean 13 736 33 0 26 0 795 Fancher,Mark 13 0 133 0 612 0 745 Kobbeman,Matt 13 0 739 0 0 0 739 Hurst,Tore 13 0 591 0 0 0 591 Schoenberg,Greg 13 39 201 0 0 0 240 Mertz,Ryan 13 0 179 0 0 0 179 Connors,Devon 13 0 0 0 146 26 172 Salum,Justin 8 99 0 0 0 0 99 Atagi,Bryce 13 0 0 0 0 50 50 Iverson,Payton 13 0 15 0 27 0 42 Jackson,Schuyler 10 0 33 0 0 0 33 Curran,Casey 13 0 0 0 0 33 33 Kenney,Calvin 13 0 0 0 0 31 31 Pfannenstiel,Marty 13 0 0 0 0 27 27 Livingston,Zach 12 0 0 0 25 0 25 Oladapo,Adebayo 13 0 0 0 0 25 25 Lichter,Andrew 12 0 25 0 0 0 25 Grimmett,Terry 12 0 0 0 0 12 12 Farmer,Mike 6 0 5 0 0 0 5 Taylor,Jahmil 13 0 0 0 0 2 2 Kolmer,Mark 12 0 0 0 2 0 2 Gilmer,Alex 2 -11 0 0 0 0 -11 Buhler,Mitch 5 -19 0 0 0 0 -19 Simoneau,Dane 13 -27 6 0 0 0 -21 Totals 13 1955 4305 45 969 249 7523 Opponents 13 1821 3115 129 1313 159 6537

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Defensive Statistics GP-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks Int-Yds PD QBH FR-Yds FF BLK Saf Curran,Casey 13-13 53 66 119 1.0-0 . 2-33 1 . 1-0 1 . . Taylor,Jahmil 13-13 55 57 112 9.5-30 4.0-18 2-2 1 1 . 1 . . Atagi,Bryce 13-13 48 53 101 10.0-46 3.5-22 2-50 4 . 1-0 1 . . Pfannenstiel,Marty 13-13 43 47 90 5.5-27 2.0-19 4-27 5 1 . . . . Williams,Willie 13-12 32 51 83 4.0-14 0.5-1 . 7 2 1-7 3 . . Palan-Johnson,Dakota 13-13 28 29 57 15.5-71 7.0-39 . . 1 1-0 . . . Connors,Devon 13-12 36 16 52 0.5-2 . 2-26 5 . 2-52 1 . . Hollins,Michael 12-0 17 32 49 3.0-10 0.5-2 1-0 2 . . 1 . . Kelly,Jayveri 13-13 20 26 46 9.0-43 3.0-15 . 3 2 . . . . Walker,Corey 13-12 14 22 36 8.0-40 3.5-13 . 2 2 1-0 . . . Kenney,Calvin 13-8 19 12 31 . . 1-31 2 . 3-0 . . . Oladapo,Adebayo 13-0 11 16 27 7.0-26 3.5-19 2-25 2 . . . . . Kolmer,Mark 12-0 7 17 24 1.0-5 . . . . . . . . Macken,Ryan 11-1 11 10 21 2.0-3 . . 1 . . . . . Downing,Brandon 11-0 8 11 19 . . . 2 . 2-0 . . . Grimmett,Terry 12-5 11 8 19 . . 1-12 1 . . . . . Williams,Ian 13-11 7 11 18 4.0-14 2.0-9 . . . . 1 2 . Clark,Jon 8-0 9 7 16 . . . . . . . . . Iverson,Payton 13-0 3 12 15 . . . 1 . . . . . Cervantes,Jake 10-1 7 6 13 2.5-14 1.0-11 1-0 . 1 . . . . Livingston,Zach 12-0 7 6 13 . . . 1 . . . . . Fancher,Mark 13-0 4 7 11 . . . . . . . . . Schoenberg,Greg 13-12 7 4 11 . . . . . 1-0 . . . Dale,Bryan 12-0 2 9 11 2.0-8 1.5-8 . . 1 . . . . Pour,Sam 4-0 3 6 9 . . . 1 . . . . . Dowty,Alex 4-0 5 3 8 2.0-4 . . . . . . . . Ewy,Tyler 7-2 3 3 6 1.5-2 . . . . . . . . Dudley,Steven 6-0 2 2 4 . . . . . . . . . Bauman,Colton 7-0 . 4 4 . . . . . . . . . Joseph,Dwayne 9-0 2 2 4 . . . . . . . . . Garner,Ronnell 12-10 3 . 3 . . . . . . . . . Jackson,Cameron 2-1 2 1 3 2.0-4 1.0-1 . . . . . . . Beard,DaJuan 13-13 2 1 3 . . 1-43 1 . . . . . Jackson,Schuyler 10-0 . 2 2 . . . . . . . . . Jean,Patrick 1-0 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . Dieckhaus,Steve 13-13 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . Hurst,Tore 13-13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . Kobbeman,Matt 13-4 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . Folkerts,Brian 13-13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . Duncan,Kyle 13-13 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . Hummert,Aaron 13-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . Lutz,Tyler 2-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . Bissitt,Beau 1-0 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . Simoneau,Dane 13-13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . Cooper,Justin 13-13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . Butler,Victor 13-11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . TEAM 7-0 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Totals 13-0 491 563 1054 90-363 33-177 19-249 42 11 13-59 9 2 1 Opponents 13-0 479 430 909 79.0-301 18-121 12-159 66 13 8-31 13 . . //////////////////////////////////////

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Game by Game Tackles - at least 10 tackles UA-A TOT USF Curran,Casey 53-66 119 3-2 Taylor,Jahmil 55-57 112 3-2 Atagi,Bryce 48-53 101 3-1 Pfannenstiel,Ma 43-47 90 2-0 Williams,Willie 32-51 83 0-3 Palan-Johnson,D 28-29 57 2-1 Connors,Devon 36-16 52 1-0 Hollins,Michael 17-32 49 2-2 Kelly,Jayveri 20-26 46 2-1 Walker,Corey 14-22 36 2-1 Kenney,Calvin 19-12 31 3-0 Oladapo,Adebayo 11-16 27 1-0 Kolmer,Mark 7-17 24 - Macken,Ryan 11-10 21 1-0 Downing,Brandon 8-11 19 1-1 Grimmett,Terry 11-8 19 2-1 Williams,Ian 7-11 18 1-0 Clark,Jon 9-7 16 1-0 Iverson,Payton 3-12 15 1-0 Cervantes,Jake 7-6 13 2-0 Livingston,Zach 7-6 13 2-0 Fancher,Mark 4-7 11 - Schoenberg,Greg 7-4 11 1-1 Dale,Bryan 2-9 11 -

LU 2-1 0-1 4-3 5-3 5-1 - 1-0 2-9 2-2 0-2 - 0-1 1-3 3-3 - 0-1 - 5-2 0-1 0-1 3-4 - 1-0 -

Game by Game Tackles For Loss - at least 2 tackle for loss UA-A TOT USF LU Palan-Johnson,D 13-5 15.5 1.0-7 - Atagi,Bryce 6-8 10.0 - 2.5-20 Taylor,Jahmil 6-7 9.5 - 0.5-4 Kelly,Jayveri 7-4 9.0 - 1.0-6 Walker,Corey 6-4 8.0 - - Oladapo,Adebayo 4-6 7.0 1.0-3 - Pfannenstiel,Ma 3-5 5.5 - 1.0-2 Williams,Willie 3-2 4.0 - 2.0-10 Williams,Ian 2-4 4.0 1.0-5 - Hollins,Michael 0-6 3.0 - 2.0-7 Cervantes,Jake 2-1 2.5 1.0-11 0.5-1 Macken,Ryan 2-0 2.0 1.0-1 - Dowty,Alex 2-0 2.0 DNP 2.0-4 Dale,Bryan 0-4 2.0 - - Jackson,Cameron 2-0 2.0 2.0-4 DNP Game by Game Sacks - at least 1 sack UA-A TOT Palan-Johnson,D 7-0 7.0 Taylor,Jahmil 3-2 4.0 Oladapo,Adebayo 2-3 3.5 Walker,Corey 3-1 3.5 Atagi,Bryce 2-3 3.5 Kelly,Jayveri 2-2 3.0 Pfannenstiel,Ma 1-2 2.0 Williams,Ian 1-2 2.0 Dale,Bryan 0-3 1.5 Cervantes,Jake 1-0 1.0 Jackson,Cameron 1-0 1.0

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USF - - - - - - - 1.0-5 - 1.0-11 1.0-1

MSSU 0-5 3-3 5-5 3-3 4-5 6-1 4-1 2-1 2-3 2-2 3-2 1-0 DNP - DNP - 0-1 0-1 0-2 1-0 - 0-1 - DNP

MWSU 2-4 4-9 3-7 0-5 4-6 3-3 3-1 2-0 2-2 1-5 2-3 0-3 1-1 1-1 - 1-1 0-2 2-0 0-1 DNP - - - 0-1

ESU TSU UCO NWMSU 3-6 3-6 5-8 7-10 2-2 3-5 2-7 7-2 4-6 7-6 1-3 6-2 0-3 5-5 1-5 6-5 4-6 1-2 1-4 4-5 1-1 4-4 0-3 3-0 3-1 1-0 1-6 6-0 1-4 0-2 4-5 0-1 1-2 2-1 0-1 2-0 2-1 0-1 0-3 2-2 - 1-0 0-1 3-1 - 3-4 0-2 1-0 1-2 - 1-4 2-1 0-2 2-0 3-1 DNP 0-1 1-1 3-1 - 3-3 1-1 3-0 1-0 4-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 - DNP DNP DNP 0-1 0-2 1-1 - DNP DNP - - DNP - 1-1 - 1-1 1-0 1-2 0-2 - 1-0 1-0 - - 0-3 0-2 1-0

FHSU 3-3 2-5 4-7 6-5 0-6 3-2 4-2 DNP 0-2 0-1 0-2 1-5 1-2 DNP 1-1 - 0-1 DNP - 1-0 - 1-0 - 0-2

PSU 5-5 5-4 1-6 4-3 7-1 0-4 1-1 1-0 3-0 1-2 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-1 1-0 DNP 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-2 -

UCM 8-4 8-4 3-3 3-2 0-1 1-4 5-3 1-4 2-5 1-0 4-2 1-1 - - 2-3 - 0-1 - - 1-1 - - 1-0 -

MSSU 2.0-12 2.5-4 1.0-4 1.0-6 1.0-4 1.0-5 - 0.5-0 - - - - DNP DNP DNP

MWSU - 1.0-5 2.0-3 1.5-7 2.5-13 0.5-1 - - - - DNP - - - DNP

ESU 0.5-1 - 1.0-2 - - - 0.5-1 - 0.5-1 - DNP - DNP - -

NWMSU 2.0-4 - - - 2.0-5 - 0.5-2 - 0.5-1 - - DNP DNP - DNP

FHSU 0.5-1 0.5-3 - 0.5-1 - 2.0-11 0.5-1 - 0.5-2 DNP 1.0-2 DNP DNP 0.5-0 DNP

PSU - - 1.0-2 1.0-3 1.0-12 1.0-2 - 1.0-3 1.0-3 - - - DNP - DNP

UCM 1.5-8 1.0-4 0.5-1 1.5-9 - - 1.0-2 - - 0.5-2 - - DNP - DNP

MWSU - - - 1.0-5 - 1.0-6 - - - DNP DNP

ESU - - - - - - - - - DNP -

UCO NWMSU - - 0.5-4 - - - - 1.0-4 - - - - - - - - 0.5-3 - - - DNP DNP

FHSU - - 1.0-10 - 0.5-3 - - 0.5-2 - - DNP

PSU - - - - - - - - - - DNP

UCM ACU - 2.0-9 - 2.5-10 - - - - - 1.5-5 0.5-2 - - - 0.5-1 - 0.5-2 - 0.5-3 - - DNP DNP DNP

LU MSSU - 2.0-12 - 1.0-4 - 1.0-5 - 1.0-4 1.0-10 - - - - - - - - DNP - - DNP DNP

TSU 4.5-23 0.5-4 0.5-0 2.5-11 0.5-0 1.5-4 1.5-18 - - - DNP - DNP 0.5-2 DNP TSU 3.0-18 - 1.5-4 0.5-0 0.5-4 1.5-7 1.5-18 - 0.5-2 DNP DNP

UCO 0.5-0 0.5-1 0.5-4 - - - - - - 0.5-1 - 1.0-2 - 0.5-3 DNP

ACU 6-1 10-2 3-2 7-5 2-3 3-2 1-1 2-4 1-1 - 2-0 1-0 0-2 1-0 DNP - 0-1 1-3 1-2 1-1 0-1 - 1-0 0-1

PSU 6-11 6-11 4-2 1-3 0-8 2-4 5-0 1-6 3-2 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-2 0-1 DNP 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-3 0-1 1-0

ACU PSU 2.0-9 1.0-6 1.5-5 2.5-10 - - 1.0-6 - - 0.5-1 - 0.5-1 0.5-2 - - - - DNP 0.5-3 DNP DNP

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Dane Simoneau ATT-CMP-INT PCT YDS TD LNG at Sioux Falls (S.D) 27-40-1 67.5 452 5 63 Lincoln 6-8-0 75.0 80 1 19 at Missouri Southern 23-45-1 51.1 274 4 30 Missouri Western 23-39-2 59.0 360 4 53 at Emporia State 25-47-2 53.2 358 2 46 at Truman 17-29-0 58.6 275 3 72 Central Oklahoma 19-31-0 61.3 338 5 58 at Northwest Mo. 25-34-1 73.5 372 3 47 Fort Hays State 24-34-1 70.6 313 2 42 at Pittsburg State 25-46-0 54.3 290 2 26 Central Missouri 29-50-2 58.0 337 3 42 Abilene Christian 23-39-0 59.0 424 2 67 at Pittsburg State 14-40-2 35.0 216 2 32 TOTALS 280-482-12 58.1 4089 38 72  

DeJuan Beard REC YDS TD LNG YPC at Sioux Falls 5 90 1 48 18.0 at Missouri Southern 9 141 2 26 15.7 Missouri Western 4 53 1 31 13.3 at Emporia State 6 58 1 13 9.7 at Truman 2 34 0 18 17.0 Central Oklahoma 5 117 3 58 23.4 at Northwest Missouri 7 122 3 40 17.4 Fort Hays State 6 131 2 42 21.8 at Pittsburg State 8 116 0 26 14.5 Central Missouri 6 103 2 42 17.2 Abilene Christian 3 52 0 35 17.3 at Pittsburg State 1 12 0 12 12.0 Totals 62 1029 15 58 16.6

Mitch Buhler ATT-CMP-INT PCT YDS TD LNG Lincoln 6-12-0 50.0 47 0 20 Central Oklahoma 4-6-0 66.7 79 1 29 Fort Hays State 1-2-0 50.0 41 0 41 TOTALS 11-20-0 55.0 167 1 41 DaJuan Beard at Truman TOTALS

ATT-CMP-INT PCT YDS TD LNG 1-1-0 100.0 49 0 49 1-1-0 100.0 49 0 49

Rushing

Justin Cooper ATT GN LS NET TD LNG YPC at Sioux Falls 14 54 10 44 0 13 3.1 Lincoln 12 159 1 158 3 66 13.2 at Missouri Southern 19 86 3 83 0 20 4.4 Missouri Western 23 107 5 102 0 28 4.4 at Emporia State 29 91 6 85 2 13 2.9 at Truman 19 178 10 168 3 73 8.8 Central Oklahoma 18 47 20 27 0 10 1.5 at Northwest Missouri 11 60 0 60 1 17 5.5 Fort Hays State 16 114 3 111 2 44 6.9 at Pittsburg State 28 181 22 159 2 74 5.7 Central Missouri 11 50 4 46 0 16 4.2 Abilene Christian 24 112 5 107 4 14 4.5 at Pittsburg State 17 33 11 22 0 9 1.3 Totals 241 1272 100 1172 17 74 4.9 Sean McPerson ATT GN LS NET TD LNG YPC at Sioux Falls 15 85 0 85 0 25 5.7 Lincoln 6 110 0 110 3 34 18.3 at Missouri Southern 10 51 5 46 0 18 4.6 Missouri Western 7 27 1 26 1 12 3.7 at Emporia State 6 38 0 38 0 13 6.3 at Truman 10 67 0 67 0 36 6.7 Central Oklahoma 16 124 4 120 0 75 7.5 at Northwest Missouri 6 24 3 21 0 12 3.5 Fort Hays State 20 104 2 102 1 37 5.1 at Pittsburg State 15 83 13 70 0 44 4.7 Central Missouri 8 25 10 15 0 18 1.9 Abilene Christian 11 37 8 29 1 8 2.6 at Pittsburg State 2 7 0 7 0 5 3.5 Totals 132 782 46 736 6 75 5.6

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Dane Simoneau Justin Salum at Sioux Falls Lincoln Totals

ATT GN LS NET TD LNG YPC 5 11 0 11 0 7 2.2 14 88 0 88 1 17 6.3 19 99 0 99 1 17 5.2

Greg Schoenberg Lincoln at Emporia State Central Oklahoma Fort Hays State Totals

ATT GN LS NET TD LNG YPC 1 3 0 3 1 3 3.0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1.0 1 6 0 6 0 6 6.0 8 29 0 29 1 8 3.6 11 39 0 39 2 8 3.5

Ronnell Garner at Sioux Falls at Truman Totals

ATT GN LS NET TD LNG YPC 1 1 0 1 0 1 1.0 1 2 0 2 0 2 2.0 2 3 0 3 0 2 1.5

DaJuan Beard at Pittsburg State Totals

ATT GN LS NET TD LNG YPC 1 2 0 2 0 2 2.0 1 2 0 2 0 2 2.0

Andrew Lichter Central Oklahoma Totals

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

Alex Gilmer Lincoln Totals

ATT GN LS NET TD LNG YPC 1 0 11 -11 0 0 -11.0 1 0 11 -11 0 0 -11.0

Mitch Buhler at Sioux Falls Lincoln Totals

ATT GN LS NET TD LNG YPC 1 0 3 -3 0 0 -3.0 6 7 23 -16 0 7 -2.7 7 7 26 -19 0 7 -2.7

Dane Simoneau ATT GN LS NET TD LNG YPC at Sioux Falls 1 2 0 2 0 2 2.0 Lincoln 1 8 0 8 0 8 8.0 at Missouri Southern 4 0 32 -32 0 0 -8.0 Missouri Western 5 28 13 15 0 12 3.0 at Emporia State 4 20 5 15 0 11 3.8 at Truman 4 10 18 -8 0 6 -2.0 Central Oklahoma 4 7 12 -5 0 4 -1.2 at Northwest Missouri 3 0 11 -11 0 0 -3.7 Fort Hays State 5 29 5 24 0 15 4.8 at Pittsburg State 2 5 9 -4 0 5 -2.0 Central Missouri 2 0 13 -13 0 0 -6.5 Abilene Christian 2 0 11 -11 0 0 -5.5 at Pittsburg State 4 2 9 -7 0 2 -1.8 Totals 41 111 138 -27 0 15 -0.7

Matt Kobbeman REC at Sioux Falls 3 Lincoln 1 at Missouri Southern 4 Missouri Western 5 at Emporia State 7 at Truman 2 Central Oklahoma 5 at Northwest Missouri 4 Fort Hays State 5 at Pittsburg State 6 Central Missouri 6 Abilene Christian 6 at Pittsburg State 2 Totals 56

YDS TD LNG YPC 10 1 10 3.3 17 0 17 17.0 37 0 18 9.3 89 0 36 17.8 120 0 35 17.1 12 0 8 6.0 60 0 20 12.0 61 0 29 15.3 57 0 17 11.4 68 0 16 11.3 52 0 11 8.7 131 1 67 21.8 25 1 17 12.5 739 3 67 13.2

Ronnell Garner REC at Sioux Falls 7 Lincoln 2 at Missouri Southern 2 Missouri Western 5 at Emporia State 5 at Truman 3 Central Oklahoma 6 at Northwest Missouri 5 at Pittsburg State 4 Central Missouri 7 Abilene Christian 4 at Pittsburg State 2 Totals 52

YDS TD LNG YPC 120 1 58 17.1 30 1 20 15.0 24 1 20 12.0 72 1 37 14.4 86 0 28 17.2 139 1 72 46.3 127 2 55 21.2 80 0 47 16.0 62 0 18 15.5 102 0 39 14.6 95 1 61 23.8 48 0 32 24.0 985 8 72 18.9

Tore’ Hurst REC YDS TD LNG YPC at Sioux Falls 4 66 1 32 16.5 Lincoln 2 30 0 15 15.0 at Missouri Southern 2 31 1 30 15.5 Missouri Western 3 50 2 30 16.7 at Emporia State 3 76 1 46 25.3 at Truman 4 86 0 40 21.5 Central Oklahoma 1 22 0 22 22.0 at Northwest Missouri 1 18 0 18 18.0 Fort Hays State 4 36 0 21 9.0 at Pittsburg State 2 12 1 9 6.0 Central Missouri 4 47 1 25 11.8 Abilene Christian 4 48 0 17 12.0 at Pittsburg State 4 69 1 28 17.3 Totals 38 591 8 46 15.6 Justin Cooper REC YDS TD LNG YPC at Sioux Falls 5 86 1 47 17.2 at Missouri Southern 4 36 0 14 9.0 Missouri Western 2 9 0 6 4.5 at Emporia State 2 6 0 6 3.0 at Truman 4 12 0 7 3.0 Central Oklahoma 1 13 0 13 13.0 at Northwest Missouri 2 12 0 9 6.0 Fort Hays State 3 21 0 9 7.0 at Pittsburg State 3 12 0 7 4.0 Central Missouri 4 30 0 11 7.5 Abilene Christian 2 49 0 28 24.5 at Pittsburg State 4 45 0 19 11.3 Totals 36 331 1 47 9.2

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Greg Schoenberg REC YDS TD LNG YPC Punt/Kickoff Returns at Sioux Falls 1 1 0 1 1.0 Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Lincoln 2 23 0 19 11.5 DaJuan Beard NO YDS LNG TD NO YDS LNG TD at Missouri Southern 2 5 0 9 2.5 Lincoln 2 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 Missouri Western 1 53 0 53 53.0 Missouri Western 1 -4 -4 0 0 0 0 0 at Truman 2 40 2 36 20.0 at Emporia State 4 37 19 0 0 0 0 0 at Northwest Missouri 4 60 0 40 15.0 at Truman 1 -1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 Fort Hays State 1 -8 0 0 -8.0 Central Oklahoma 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 Abilene Christian 2 27 0 18 13.5 Fort Hays State 1 12 12 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 15 201 2 53 13.4 at Pittsburg State 0 0 0 0 1 19 19 0 Totals 10 47 19 0 1 19 19 0 Ryan Mertz REC YDS TD LNG YPC Lincoln 1 4 0 4 4.0 Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Missouri Western 1 17 0 17 17.0 Mark Fancher NO YDS LNG TD NO YDS LNG TD at Emporia State 1 9 0 9 9.0 at Sioux Falls 0 0 0 0 1 25 25 0 Central Oklahoma 2 44 1 29 22.0 Missouri Western 0 0 0 0 4 99 43 0 Fort Hays State 2 37 0 19 18.5 at Emporia State 0 0 0 0 1 21 21 0 at Pittsburg State 1 18 1 18 18.0 Central Oklahoma 0 0 0 0 2 38 28 0 Central Missouri 1 11 0 11 11.0 at Northwest Missouri 0 0 0 0 5 124 40 0 Abilene Christian 2 22 0 17 11.0 Central Missouri 0 0 0 0 3 71 34 0 at Pittsburg State 1 17 0 17 17.0 Abilene Christian 0 0 0 0 5 116 31 0 Totals 12 179 2 29 14.9 at Pittsburg State 0 0 0 0 3 118 53 0 Totals 0 0 0 0 24 612 53 0 Sean McPherson REC YDS TD LNG YPC Missouri Western 1 8 0 8 8.0 Punt Returns Kickoff Returns at Truman 1 1 0 1 1.0 Marty Pfannenstiel NO YDS LNG TD NO YDS LNG TD at Northwest Missouri 1 13 0 13 13.0 at Sioux Falls 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Fort Hays State 2 9 0 6 4.5 Totals 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 at Pittsburg State 1 2 0 2 2.0 Totals 6 33 0 13 5.5 Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Payton Iverson NO YDS LNG TD NO YDS LNG TD Mark Fancher REC YDS TD LNG YPC Lincoln 0 0 0 0 2 26 14 0 at Sioux Falls 2 79 0 63 39.5 Fort Hays State 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 Lincoln 1 4 0 4 4.0 Totals 0 0 0 0 3 27 14 0 Central Oklahoma 1 9 0 9 9.0 Fort Hays State 1 41 0 41 41.0 Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Totals 5 133 0 63 26.6 Ronnell Garner NO YDS LNG TD NO YDS LNG TD at Sioux Falls 2 -2 2 0 1 21 1 0 Schuyler Jackson REC YDS TD LNG YPC at Missouri Southern 0 0 0 0 2 47 27 0 Central Oklahoma 1 11 0 11 11.0 at Northwest Missouri 0 0 0 0 1 19 19 0 Fort Hays State 2 22 0 16 11.0 at Pittsburg State 0 0 0 0 1 24 24 0 Totals 3 33 0 16 11.0 at Pittsburg State 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 Totals 2 -2 2 0 6 112 27 0 Andrew Lichter REC YDS TD LNG YPC Lincoln 1 2 0 2 2.0 Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Missouri Western 1 9 0 9 9.0 Zach Livingston NO YDS LNG TD NO YDS LNG TD Central Oklahoma 1 14 0 14 14.0 Lincoln 0 0 0 0 2 25 14 0 Totals 3 25 0 14 8.3 Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Mike Farmer REC YDS TD LNG YPC Mark Kolmer NO YDS LNG TD NO YDS LNG TD Lincoln 1 2 0 2 2.0 Lincoln 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 0 at Emporia State 1 3 0 3 3.0 Totals 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 0 Totals 2 5 0 3 2.5 Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Payton Iverson REC YDS TD LNG YPC Devon Connors NO YDS LNG TD NO YDS LNG TD Lincoln 1 15 0 15 15.0 at Emporia State 0 0 0 0 1 14 14 0 Totals 1 15 0 15 15.0 at Truman 0 0 0 0 1 33 33 0 at Northwest Missouri 0 0 0 0 1 17 17 0 Dane Simoneau REC YDS TD LNG YPC Fort Hays State 0 0 0 0 1 30 30 0 at Northwest Missouri 1 6 0 6 6.0 at Pittsburg State 0 0 0 0 1 22 22 0 Totals 1 6 0 6 6.0 Abilene Christian 0 0 0 0 1 30 30 0 Totals 0 0 0 0 6 146 33 0 Sean McPherson at Emporia State Totals

Punt Returns Kickoff Returns NO YDS LNG TD NO YDS LNG TD 0 0 0 0 2 26 20 0 0 0 0 0 2 26 20 0

Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Willie Williams NO YDS LNG TD NO YDS LNG TD Abilene Christian 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Interception Returns

Marty Pfannenstiel at Sioux Falls Lincoln Abilene Christian Totals

NO YDS TD LNG 2 10 0 10 1 0 0 0 1 17 0 17 4 27 0 17

Devon Connors Missouri Western at Pittsburg State Totals

NO 1 1 2

YDS 9 17 26

TD 0 0 0

LNG 9 17 17

Jahmil Taylor at Truman Fort Hays State Totals

NO 1 1 2

YDS -1 3 2

TD 0 0 0

LNG -1 3 3

Bryce Atagi Missouri Western at Pittsburg State Totals

NO 1 1 2

YDS 0 50 50

TD 0 1 1

LNG 0 50 50

Adebayo Oladapo Lincoln Abilene Christian Totals

NO YDS TD LNG 1 17 0 17 1 8 0 8 2 25 0 17

Casey Curran at Missouri Southern Fort Hays State Totals

NO 1 1 2

YDS 33 0 33

TD 0 0 0

LNG 33 0 33

Calvin Kenney at Truman Totals

NO 1 1

YDS 31 31

TD 0 0

LNG 31 31

DaJuan Beard Abilene Christian Totals

NO 1 1

YDS 43 43

TD 0 0

LNG 43 43

Jake Cervantes Central Missouri Totals

NO 1 1

YDS 0 0

TD 0 0

LNG 0 0

Terry Grimmett at Sioux Falls Totals

NO 1 1

YDS 12 12

TD 0 0

LNG 12 12

Michael Hollins at Pittsburg State Totals

NO 1 1

YDS 0 0

TD 0 0

LNG 0 0

Punting

Aaron Hummert NO YDS AVG LNG Blk TB FC 50+ I20 at Sioux Falls 4 151 37.8 45 0 0 1 0 1 Lincoln 4 155 38.8 49 0 0 2 0 3 at Missouri Southern 3 96 32.0 38 0 0 0 0 2 Missouri Western 1 34 34.0 34 0 0 1 0 0 at Emporia State 1 46 46.0 46 0 0 0 0 1 at Truman 6 245 40.8 59 0 0 3 1 3 Central Oklahoma 5 247 49.4 67 0 0 0 2 2 at Northwest Missouri 5 222 44.4 53 0 1 2 1 1 at Pittsburg State 2 88 44.0 45 0 0 0 0 0 Central Missouri 2 67 33.5 44 0 0 0 0 0 Abilene Christian 2 85 42.5 49 0 0 0 0 0 at Pittsburg State 3 86 28.7 33 0 0 1 0 0 Totals 38 1522 40.1 67 0 1 10 4 13 Dane Simoneau NO YDS AVG LNG Blk TB FC 50+ I20 at Sioux Falls 1 38 38.0 38 0 0 0 0 0 at Missouri Southern 2 84 42.0 44 0 0 0 0 2 Missouri Western 1 23 23.0 23 0 0 0 0 1 at Emporia State 2 61 30.5 38 0 1 0 0 1 at Truman 1 36 36.0 36 0 0 0 0 1 at Northwest Missouri 1 41 41.0 41 0 0 0 0 1 Fort Hays State 1 32 32.0 32 0 1 0 0 0 Central Missouri 2 81 40.5 44 0 0 0 0 2 Abilene Christian 3 86 28.7 40 0 0 0 0 2 at Pittsburg State 2 92 46.0 48 0 1 0 0 1 Totals 16 574 35.9 48 0 3 0 0 11

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Washburn Individual Superlatives Rushes 29 Cooper,Justin at Emporia State (Oct 01) Yards Rushing 168 Cooper,Justin at Truman (Oct 08) TD Rushes 4 Cooper,Justin vs Abilene Christian (Nov 19) Long Rush 75 McPherson,Sean vs Central Oklahoma (Oct 15) Pass attempts 50 Simoneau,Dane vs Central Missouri (Nov 12) Pass completions 29 Simoneau,Dane vs Central Missouri (Nov 12) Yards Passing 452 Simoneau,Dane at Sioux Falls (S.D) (Sep 01) TD Passes 5 two times Long Pass 72 Simoneau,Dane at Truman (Oct 08) Receptions 9 Beard,DaJuan at Missouri Southern (Sep 17) Yards Receiving 141 Beard,DaJuan at Missouri Southern (Sep 17) TD Receptions 3 two times Long Reception 72 Garner,Ronnell at Truman (Oct 08) Field Goals 3 Linn,Jeremy at Pittsburg State (Nov 05) Long Field Goal 41 two times Punts 6 Hummert,Aaron at Truman (Oct 08) Punting Avg 51.0 Schoenberg,Greg at Pittsburg State (Nov 26) Long Punt 67 Hummert,Aaron vs Central Oklahoma (Oct 15) Punts inside 20 3 two times Long Punt Return 19 Beard,DaJuan at Emporia State (Oct 01) Long Kickoff Return 53 Fancher,Mark at Pittsburg State (Nov 26) Tackles 17 three times Sacks 3.0 Palan-Johnson,Dakota at Truman (Oct 08) Tackles For Loss 4.5 Palan-Johnson,Dakota at Truman (Oct 08) Interceptions 2 Pfannenstiel,Marty at Sioux Falls (S.D) (Sep 01)

Opponent Individual Superlatives Rushes 30 Brock,Deon, vs Lincoln (Sep 08) Yards Rushing 190 Brock,Deon, vs Lincoln (Sep 08) TD Rushes 4 Brock,Deon, vs Lincoln (Sep 08) Long Rush 54 Brock,Deon, vs Lincoln (Sep 08) Pass attempts 48 Gale,M., vs Abilene Christian (Nov 19) Pass completions 29 two times Yards Passing 506 Gale,M., vs Abilene Christian (Nov 19) TD Passes 4 Gale,M., vs Abilene Christian (Nov 19) Long Pass 73 Gale,M., vs Abilene Christian (Nov 19) Receptions 10 two times Yards Receiving 144 Soy, J., at Northwest Mo. (Oct 22) TD Receptions 2 four times Long Reception 73 Thompson,D., vs Abilene Christian (Nov 19) Field Goals 2 Zuerlein,Greg, vs Missouri Western (Sep 22) Long Field Goal 40 Robbs,C., vs Central Oklahoma (Oct 15) Punts 10 Phillips,Eric, at Truman (Oct 08) Punting Avg 50.3 Kosjer,Ethan, vs Fort Hays State (Oct 29) Long Punt 62 three times Punts inside 20 4 two times Long Punt Return 22 Brown,John, at Pittsburg State (Nov 05) Long Kickoff Return 100 Brown,John, at Pittsburg State (Nov 05) Tackles 16 two times Sacks 2.0 Williams,Brando, at Missouri Southern (Sep 17) Tackles For Loss 4.5 Williams,Brando, at Missouri Southern (Sep 17) Interceptions 1 12 times

Washburn Team Superlatives Rushes 49 Yards Rushing 338 Yards Per Rush 7.9 TD Rushes 8 Pass attempts 50 Pass completions 29 Yards Passing 452 Yards Per Pass 11.3 TD Passes 6 Total Plays 93 Total Offense 620 Yards Per Play 8.6 Points 66 Sacks By 9 First Downs 29 Penalties 13 Penalty Yards 138 Turnovers 4 Interceptions By 3 Punts 7 Punting Avg 49.4 Long Punt 67 Punts inside 20 4 Long Punt Return 19

Opponent Team Superlatives Rushes 54 Yards Rushing 228 Yards Per Rush 5.7 TD Rushes 4 Pass attempts 49 Pass completions 30 Yards Passing 506 Yards Per Pass 10.9 TD Passes 4 Total Plays 91 Total Offense 688 Yards Per Play 8.5 Points 52 Sacks By 3 First Downs 29 Penalties 11 Penalty Yards 81 Turnovers 5 Interceptions By 2 Punts 10 Punting Avg 50.3 Long Punt 62 Punts inside 20 4 Long Punt Return 22

vs Fort Hays State (Oct 29) vs Lincoln (Sep 08) vs Lincoln (Sep 08) vs Lincoln (Sep 08) vs Central Missouri (Nov 12) vs Central Missouri (Nov 12) at Sioux Falls (S.D) (Sep 01) at Sioux Falls (S.D) (Sep 01) vs Central Oklahoma (Oct 15) at Pittsburg State (Nov 05) vs Fort Hays State (Oct 29) at Truman (Oct 08) vs Lincoln (Sep 08) at Truman (Oct 08) vs Fort Hays State (Oct 29) at Sioux Falls (S.D) (Sep 01) at Sioux Falls (S.D) (Sep 01) at Emporia State (Oct 01) two times at Truman (Oct 08) vs Central Oklahoma (Oct 15) vs Central Oklahoma (Oct 15) two times at Emporia State (Oct 01)

at Pittsburg State (Nov 26) vs Lincoln (Sep 08) vs Abilene Christian (Nov 19) two times vs Abilene Christian (Nov 19) at Northwest Mo. (Oct 22) vs Abilene Christian (Nov 19) at Northwest Mo. (Oct 22) vs Abilene Christian (Nov 19) vs Lincoln (Sep 08) vs Abilene Christian (Nov 19) vs Abilene Christian (Nov 19) at Northwest Mo. (Oct 22) at Northwest Mo. (Oct 22) two times at Missouri Southern (Sep 17) at Missouri Southern (Sep 17) two times four times at Truman (Oct 08) vs Fort Hays State (Oct 29) three times two times at Pittsburg State (Nov 05)

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Starters by game during the 2011 season Intro Players Coaches Opponents Review The MIAA Records History

Offense at USF LU at MSSU MWSU at ESU at TSU UCO at NWMSU FHSU at PSU UCM ACU PSU

TE Hurst Hurst Hurst Hurst Hurst Hurst Hurst Hurst Hurst Hurst Hurst Hurst Hurst

LT Folkerts Folkerts Folkerts Folkerts Folkerts Folkerts Folkerts Folkerts Folkerts Folkerts Folkerts Folkerts Folkerts

LG Ready Butler Butler Butler Butler Butler Butler Butler Butler Butler Butler Butler Butler

C Duncan Duncan Duncan Duncan Duncan Duncan Duncan Duncan Duncan Duncan Duncan Duncan Duncan

RG Hillman Hillman Hillman Hillman Hillman Hillman Hillman Hillman Hillman Hillman Hillman Hillman Hillman

RT Dieckhaus Dieckhaus Dieckhaus Dieckhaus Dieckhaus Dieckhaus Dieckhaus Dieckhaus Dieckhaus Dieckhaus Dieckhaus Dieckhaus Dieckhaus

WR-X Garner Garner Garner Garner Garner Garner Garner Garner Kobbeman Garner Garner Garner Kobbeman

WR-Z Beard Beard Beard Beard Beard Beard Beard Beard Beard Beard Beard Beard Beard

Defense at USF LU at MSSU MWSU at ESU at TSU UCO at NWMSU FHSU at PSU UCM ACU PSU

DE Jackson Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker

DT Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly

DT I. Williams I. Williams I. Williams I. Williams I. Williams Ewy Ewy I. Williams I. Williams I. Williams I. Williams I. Williams I. Williams

DE Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson Palan-Johnson

OLB Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel Pfannenstiel

ILB Atagi Atagi Atagi Atagi Atagi Atagi Atagi Atagi Atagi Atagi Atagi Atagi Atagi

ILB Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor

OLB Macken W. Williams W. Williams W. Williams W. Williams W. Williams W. Williams W. Williams W. Williams W. Williams W. Williams W. Williams W. Williams

QB FB Simoneau Schoenberg Simoneau Schoenberg Simoneau Kobbeman (WR) Simoneau Schoenberg Simoneau Schoenberg Simoneau Schoenberg Simoneau Schoenberg Simoneau Schoenberg Simoneau Schoenberg Simoneau Schoenberg Simoneau Schoenberg Simoneau Schoenberg Simoneau Schoenberg RCB Grimmett Grimmett Grimmett Grimmett Grimmett Kenney Kenney Kenney Kenney Kenney Kenney Kenney Kenney

LCB Connors Connors Connors Connors Connors Connors Connors Connors Connors Connors Connors Connors Connors

RB Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper

PK Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn

FS Curran Curran Curran Curran Curran Curran Curran Curran Curran Curran Curran Curran Curran

P Hummert Hummert Hummert Hummert Hummert Hummert Hummert Hummert Hummert Hummert Hummert Hummert Hummert

Career starts by position players entering the 2012 season

RB

FB

WR Kobbeman - 3

QB WR Beard - 18

CB Connors - 13

RT

RG

C

LG

Dieckhaus - 13

Hillman - 13 Dieckhaus - 3

Duncan - 13

Dieckhaus - 13 Ready - 1

LT

TE Hurst - 15 Mertz - 11

DE

DT

DT

DE

Jackson - 12 Walker - 12

Kelly - 13

Ewy - 2

OLB

ILB

ILB

OLB

Macken - 1

Atagi - 15

Taylor - 20

Taylor - 12 W.Williams - 10

CB Kenney - 9

FS

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Game 1

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Sept. 1, 2011 • Bob Young Field • Att: 2,152

Sept. 8, 2011 • Yager Stadium • Att: 6,216

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Lincoln

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Sioux Falls

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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. -- The No. 18 ranked Washburn Ichabods scored on their first three drives of the game opening up a 27-0 lead and never looked back as they won their road opener 33-17 over the Sioux Falls Cougars. Washburn opened the scoring when Dane Simoneau hit Tore Hurst with a 13-yard strike as the Ichabods took the opening kickoff 77 yards on 10 plays. Washburn added to the scoring when Simoneau hit Just Cooper on a 47-yard pass over the middle capping a five-play drive and 66 yards. The Ichabods wrapped up the first quarter scoring with a 10-yard pass from Simoneau to Matt Kobbeman putting the Ichabods up 21-0. Simoneau finished with the school record 452 yards completing 27 of 40 attempts with five touchdowns snapping the previous high-water mark set by Mike Atkins in 1979 against Missouri Western who recorded 418 yards. Simoneau threw touchdowns to five different receivers. Sean McPherson led the Ichabods with 85 yards on the ground while averaging 5.7 yards per carry on 15 attempts. Casey Curran and Jahmil Taylor each had five tackles to lead the team. Cameron Jackson had two tackles for loss while Pfannenstiel added the two picks. Terry Grimmett also had an interception for the Ichabods. Washburn finished with 592 yards of total offense while holding the Cougars to 295 yards overall.

TOPEKA, Kan. -- The No. 15-ranked Washburn Ichabods scored on their first play from scrimmage and never looked back as they set multiple first half scoring records in a 66-26 win over Lincoln in their season opener. Justin Cooper scored on Washburn’s first play rushing over the left side for a 66-yard run putting WU on the board 16 seconds in the game. After taking over, on the fourth down play, the Blue Tigers had a bad snap on the punt holding Josh Blanton short of the first down marker giving the Ichabods possession at the Lincoln 27. Three plays later Cooper ran for his second touchdown from 3-yards out putting the Ichabods up 14-0 with 12:25 to go in the first quarter. Washburn wrapped up the scoring in the first quarter on a 3-yard dive by Greg Schoenberg capping a nine-play drive putting Washburn up 49-0. The 49 points set an Ichabod record for the most points scored in a single quarter, topping the 37 Washburn scored against New Mexico Highlands when they scored 37. The Ichabods added to their lead when Cooper rushed for his third score of the day - this time on a 41-yard run with freshman quarterback Mitch Buhler calling the plays as Simoneau came out of the game at the 13:02 mark of the second quarter. Washburn finished 465 yards of total offense with 286 coming in the first quarter.

Score by Quarters #18 Washburn 21 Sioux Falls 0

Score by Quarters Lincoln 0 #15 Washburn 49

6 7

6 7

0 - 33 Record: (1-0) 3 - 17 Record: (0-1)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 10:10 WU Hurst,Tore 13 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) 05:36 WU Cooper,Justin 47 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) 02:05 WU Kobbeman,Matt 10 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) 2nd Quarter 02:44 WU Beard,DeJuan 10 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick failed) 01:01 USF Oates,Jeremiah 2 yd pass from Hanna,Carrington (Wieking,Braden kick) 3rd Quarter 05:14 USF Oates,Jeremiah 8 yd pass from Hanna,Carrington (Wieking,Braden kick) 00:31 WU Garner,Ronnell 58 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Cooper,Justin rush failed) 4th Quarter 04:52 USF Wieking,Braden 36 yd field goal Individual Stats RUSHING: Washburn-McPherson,Sean 15-85; Cooper,Justin 14-44; Salum,Justin 5-11; Simoneau,Dane 1-2; Garner,Ronnell 1-1; Buhler,Mitch 1-minus 3. Sioux Falls (S.D)Hanna,Carrington 15-45; Porter,Kristian 5-12; Taylor,Jordan 2-4; Hicks,Michael 1-minus 7. PASSING: Washburn-Simoneau,Dane 27-40-1-452; Buhler,Mitch 0-0-0-0. Sioux Falls (S.D)Hanna,Carrington 22-39-3-242. RECEIVING: Washburn-Garner,Ronnell 7-120; Beard,DeJuan 5-90; Cooper,Justin 5-86; Hurst,Tore 4-66; Kobbeman,Matt 3-10; Fancher,Mark 2-79; Schoenberg,Greg 1-1. Sioux Falls (S.D)-Hicks,Michael 6-87; Oates,Jeremiah 6-45; Porter,Kristian 4-52; Benedetto,Tony 3-34; Sailors,S. 2-11; Nakamoto,Josh 1-13. INTERCEPTIONS: WashburnPfannenstiel,Marty 2-10; Grimmett,Terry 1-12. Sioux Falls (S.D)Anderson,Eric 1-17. FUMBLES: WashburnMcPherson,Sean 1-0; Salum,Justin 1-0; Garner,Ronnell 1-0. Sioux Falls (S.D)None.

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 USF 24 18 37-140 23-54 452 242 40-27-1 39-22-3 77-592 62-296 0-0 0-0 2--2 3-33 3-46 5-68 3-22 1-17 5-37.8 7-43.3 3-0 0-0 13-138 8-66 33:41 26:19 9 of 16 4 of 13 0 of 1 1 of 1 3-5 3-3 3-17 1-3

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6 0

14 - 26 Record: (1-1, 0-1) 0 - 66 Record: (2-0, 1-0)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 14:44 WU Cooper,Justin 66 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick) 12:25 WU Cooper,Justin 3 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick) 12:11 WU McPherson,Sean 34 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick) 10:27 WU McPherson,Sean 24 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick) 06:41 WU Garner,Ronnell 10 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) 06:17 WU McPherson,Sean 23 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick) 00:38 WU Schoenberg,Greg 3 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick) 2nd Quarter 13:07 LU Brock,Deon 7 yd run (Redmond,Robert rush failed) 11:23 WU Cooper,Justin 41 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick) 06:03 WU Salum,Justin 5 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick) 02:13 WU Linn,Jeremy 38 yd field goal 3rd Quarter 09:23 LU Brock,Deon 28 yd run (Redmond,Robert pass failed) 4th Quarter 09:59 LU Brock,Deon 2 yd run (Frison,Cecil pass from Smith,Demarcus) 01:01 LU Brock,Deon 54 yd run (Smith,Demarcus rush failed) Individual Stats

RUSHING: Lincoln-Brock,Deon 30-190; Redmond,Robert 14-30; Smith,Demarcus 2-21; Simeon,AJ 2-5; Clutts,Anthony 1-minus 9; Blanton,Josh 1-minus 9. Washburn-Cooper,Justin 12-158; McPherson,Sean 6-110; Salum,Justin 14-88; Simoneau,Dane 1-8; Schoenberg,Greg 1-3; TEAM 2-minus 2; Gilmer,Alex 1-minus 11; Buhler,Mitch 6-minus 16. PASSING: Lincoln-Redmond,Robert 17-37-2-120; mith,Demarcus 1-4-0-10. Washburn-Buhler,Mitch 6-12-0-47; Simoneau,Dane 6-8-0-80; Gilmer,Alex 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: LincolnWillis,Chris 8-60; Gregory,Corderious 4-42; Brock,Deon 4-11; Frison,Cecil 2-17. Washburn-Hurst,Tore 2-30; Garner,Ronnell 2-30; Schoenberg,Greg 2-23; Kobbeman,Matt 1-17; Iverson,Payton 1-15; Mertz,Ryan 1-4; Fancher,Mark 1-4; Lichter,Andrew 1-2; Farmer,Mike 1-2. INTERCEPTIONS: Lincoln-None. WashburnOladapo,Adebayo 1-17; Pfannenstiel,Marty 1-0.

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

LU WU 25 25 50-228 43-338 130 127 41-18-2 21-12-0 91-358 64-465 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-1 9-150 5-53 0-0 2-17 4-34.2 4-38.8 4-3 4-1 6-54 11-84 33:25 26:35 9 of 19 4 of 11 1 of 5 0 of 1 2-3 4-4 2-17 1-10

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Game 4

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Sept. 17, 2011 • Hughes Stadium • Att: 1,847

#13 Washburn

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Missouri Southern 14

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Sept. 22, 2011 • Yager Stadium • Att: 6,957

Missouri Western

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#8 Washburn

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JOPLIN, Mo. -- The Washburn Ichabods scored three fourth quarter touchdowns and twice rallied from four-point deficits to top Missouri Southern 30-14 at Fred Hughes Stadium. The game was delayed one hour and 19 minutes after lightning was in the area and each team had roughly 30 minutes to get warmed up on the field. The Ichabods took the first lead of the game in the first quarter and Jeremy Linn connected of 29-yards with 7:16 to play capping a 11-play, 40-yard drive. Missouri Southern would then take the lead on a 99-yard, 11-play drive when Collin Howard hit Ne’Ronte Threat from 5-yards out as the Lions took a 7-3 lead into the half. Halftime was reduced to from 20 minutes to 12 minutes to try to beat the potential thunderstorms which were coming into the area. Washburn took the lead on a 19-yard touchdown from Dane Simoneau to DeJuan Beard with 1:05 to play in the third. The Lions regained their lead on their next possession when Kyle Webster scored from 2-yards out putting the Lions back up 14-10 with 14:23 to play in the game. From that point on it was all Washburn as the Ichabods scored the next 20 points of the game.

TOPEKA, Kan. -- The No. 8 Washburn Ichabods outscored the Missouri Western Griffons 31 to 7 in the second half while holding the Griffons to 111 total yards in the frame en route to a 41-20 win improving to 4-0 for the first time since the 1986 season. The Ichabods scored on their first possession when Dane Simoneau hit DeJuan Beard on a fourth-and-ten from the Griffon 31 yard line putting Washburn up 7-0 with 5:23 to play in the first quarter. Missouri Western cut into the lead when Greg Zuerlein hit a 28-yard field goal with 13:29 to play in the first half. On Washburn’s next drive, the Ichabods drove down to the Griffon four-yard line but the drive stalled and Jeremy Linn connected on a 22-yard field goal with 8:46 to play in the half stretching Washburn’s lead to seven at 10-3. Washburn recorded 25 first downs in the game compared to 17 for the Griffons while outgaining Western 473 to 276 holding the Griffons to the 111 second half yards. Washburn gained 113 yards on the ground and 360 through the air. Simoneau finished 23 of 39 from the field for 360 yards and four touchdowns throwing to nine different receivers led by Matt Kobbeman’s five catches for 89 yards.

Score by Quarters #13 Washburn 3 MIssouri Southern 0

Score by Quarters Missouri Western #8 Washburn

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7 0

20 - 30 Record: (3-0, 2-0) 7 - 14 Record: (0-2, 0-2)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 07:16 WU Linn,Jeremy 29 yd field goal 2nd Quarter 11:38 MSSU Threat,Ne’Ronte 5 yd pass from Howard,Collin (Herndon,Dallas kick) 3rd Quarter 01:05 WU Beard,DeJuan 19 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) 4th Quarter 14:23 MSSU Webster,Kyle 2 yd run (Herndon,Dallas kick) 10:57 WU Garner,Ronnell 20 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) 05:29 WU Hurst,Tore 30 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick failed) 02:27 WU Beard,DeJuan 11 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) Individual Stats RUSHING: Washburn-Cooper,Justin 19-83; McPherson,Sean 10-46; TEAM 2-minus 4; Simoneau,Dane 4-minus 32. Missouri Southern-Sumpter,Steven 14-58; Howard,Collin 16-35; Webster,Kyle 5-27; Threat,Ne’Ronte 2-20; Jones,JJ 1-minus 6. PASSING: Washburn-Simoneau,Dane 23-45-1-274. Missouri Southern-Howard,Collin 19-30-1127; Webster,Kyle 1-2-0-3. RECEIVING: Washburn-Beard,DeJuan 9-141; Kobbeman,Matt 4-37; Cooper,Justin 4-36; Hurst,Tore 2-31; Garner,Ronnell 2-24; Schoenberg,Greg 2-5. Missouri Southern-Zerkel,Landon 7-51; Sumpter,Steven 4-28; Threat,Ne’Ronte 4-23; Lepper,Austin 2-10; Venson,Bryant 1-13; Kurtz,James 1-5; Cox,Kellen 1-0. INTERCEPTIONS: Washburn-Curran,Casey 1-33. Missouri Southern-Haire,Demon 1-0. FUMBLES: Washburn-Cooper,Justin 1-0; Simoneau,Dane 1-0. Missouri Southern-None.

Team Stats WU MSSU FIRST DOWNS 26 17 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 35-93 38-134 PASSING YDS (NET) 274 130 Passes Att-Comp-Int. 45-23-1 32-20-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 80-367 70-264 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 2-47 4-81 Interception Returns-Yards 1-33 1-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 5-36.0 7-38.4 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 8-68 11-81 Possession Time 31:08 28:52 Third-Down Conversions 10 of 18 5 of 15 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 0 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-4 2-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards 5-25 2-18

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Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 05:23 WU 2nd Quarter 13:29 MWSU 08:46 WU 07:27 MWSU 02:33 MWSU 3rd Quarter 08:43 WU 02:20 WU 4th Quarter 14:18 WU 09:17 MWSU 06:47 WU 02:29 WU

0 7

13 3

0 14

7 - 20 Record: (2-2, 1-2) 17 - 41 Record: (4-0, 3-0)

Beard,DeJuan 31 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) Zuerlein,Greg 28 yd field goal Linn,Jeremy 22 yd field goal Zuerlein,Greg 27 yd field goal Clausen,Adam 11 yd pass from Partridge,Travis (Zuerlein,Greg kick) McPherson,Sean 5 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick) Hurst,Tore 15 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) Linn,Jeremy 36 yd field goal Crockum,Tyron 7 yd pass from Partridge,Travis (Zuerlein,Greg kick) Garner,Ronnell 3 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) Hurst,Tore 30 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick)

Individual Stats

RUSHING: Missouri Western-Hill,Michael 19-57; Partridge,Travis 13-35; Krysa,Dalton 1-12; Thomas,Dominic 3-5; Walton,Jerrin 1-minus 6. Washburn-Cooper,Justin 23-102; McPherson,Sean 7-26; Simoneau,Dane 5-15; TEAM 2-minus 30. PASSING: Missouri Western-Partridge,Travis 18-31-2-165; Walton,Jerrin 2-3-0-8. WashburnSimoneau,Dane 23-39-2-360. RECEIVING: Missouri Western-Fannin,TJ 7-55; Hill,Michael 4-12; Downing,Tarrell 3-61; Clausen,Adam 2-24; Crockum,Tyron 1-7; Libby,Derek 1-6; Thomas,Dominic 1-5; Krysa,Dalton 1-3. WashburnKobbeman,Matt 5-89; Team Stats MWSU WU Garner,Ronnell 5-72; FIRST DOWNS 17 25 Beard,DeJuan 4-53; RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 37-103 37-113 Hurst,Tore 3-50; PASSING YDS (NET) 173 360 Cooper,Justin 2-9; Passes Att-Comp-Int. 34-20-2 39-23-2 Schoenberg,Greg 1-53; TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 71-276 76-473 Mertz,Ryan 1-17; Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 1-7 Lichter,Andrew 1-9; Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 1--4 McPherson,Sean 1-8. INTERCEPTIONS: Missouri WesternMadget,Thomas 1-5; Jackson,Ben 1-0. WashburnConnors,Devon 1-9; Atagi,Bryce 1-0.

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

8-191 2-5 3-43.0 2-2 6-50 30:26 6 of 16 2 of 4 4-4 2-13

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Game 5

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Oct. 1, 2011 • Welch Stadium • Att: 5,252

Oct. 8, 2011 • Stokes Stadium • Att: 4,123

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Emporia State

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EMPORIA, Kan. -- The Washburn Ichabods defense held Emporia State to three points in the second half as Washburn improved to 5-0 for the first time since the 1976 season with its eighth-straight win over the Hornets in a 31-17 win in Welch Stadium. Washburn opened the scoring in game with a 41-yard field goal by Jeremy Linn putting the Ichabods up 3-0 with 7:34 to play in the first quarter. Washburn stretched the lead to 24-17 on a 46-yard strike from Simoneau to Tore Hurst with 3:21 to play in the third quarter and then Washburn scored with 1:20 left in the game on a 1-yard touchdown plunge by Cooper putting the Ichabods up 31-17. Cooper led the Ichabods with 29 carries for 85 yards and the two touchdown runs. Simoneau was 25 of 47 from the field for 358 yards and the two touchdown scores. He also ran for 15 more yards giving him 8,618 yards moving him into first place on the Washburn all-time offensive yards chart passing Tyler Schuerman who recorded 8,315 yards from 2000-04. Matt Kobbeman had a career-high seven receptions for a new high of 120 yards to lead the Ichabod receivers.

KIRKSVILLE, Mo. -- Ichabod head coach Craig Schurig became the all-time winningest coach at Washburn as the Ichabods improved to 6-0 for the first time since WWII in a 42-14 win over Truman State. The Ichabods opened the scoring for the game on their first drive, a 10-play, 92-yard march down the field capped by Justin Cooper’s 5-yard run. After forcing a Bulldog punt, the Ichabods’ Dane Simoneau hit Greg Schoenberg on a 4-yard touchdown pass wrapping up a five-play, 74-yard drive. The Ichabods stretched their lead to 21-0 on a quickstrike three-play drive as Ronnell Garner pulled down a 72-yard pass from Simoneau on the first play of the second quarter. On the Bulldogs’ next drive, Washburn’s true freshman Calvin Kenney, who was making his first start of the season, picked off J.B. Clark setting up Cooper’s second score of the half - a 6-yard run with 3:01 left in the first half. Cooper wrapped up the scoring with a 73-yard run on a one-play drive finishing the scoring with Washburn taking the 42-14 win. Cooper led the Ichabods with a game-high 168 yards rushing and three touchdowns. Simoneau finished 17 of 29 for 275 yards and three touchdowns. The Ichabod defense recorded a school-record nine sacks for 53 yards.

Score by Quarters #8 Washburn Emporia State

Score by Quarters #5 Washburn Truman

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 07:34 WU 2nd Quarter 14:56 ESU 02:50 ESU 01:04 WU 3rd Quarter 10:34 WU 06:37 ESU 03:21 WU 4th Quarter 01:20 WU

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7 0

- 31 Record: (5-0, 4-0) - 17 Record: (1-4, 0-3)

Linn,Jeremy 41 yd field goal Davis,RayRay 3 yd pass from Eckenrode,Tyler (King,Zak kick) Eckenrode,Tyler 2 yd run (King,Zak kick) Cooper,Justin 1 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick failed) Beard,DeJuan 13 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) King,Zak 26 yd field goal Hurst,Tore 46 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Hurst pass from Simoneau) Cooper,Justin 1 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick)

14 0

14 7

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7 0

- 42 Record: (6-0, 5-0) - 14 Record: (2-4, 1-4)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 07:39 WU Cooper,Justin 5 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick) 03:08 WU Schoenberg,Greg 4 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) 2nd Quarter 14:50 WU Garner,Ronnell 72 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) 09:16 WU Cooper,Justin 6 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick) 00:00 TSU Mundwiller,Andy 34 yd pass from Clark,J.B. (Koon,Derek kick) 3rdQuarter 13:42 WU Schoenberg,Greg 36 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) 07:45 TSU Grier,Dallas 18 yd pass from Clark,J.B. (Koon,Derek kick) 4th Quarter 03:53 WU Cooper,Justin 73 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick)

Individual Stats

RUSHING: Washburn-Cooper,Justin 29-85; McPherson,Sean 6-38; Simoneau,Dane 4-15; Schoenberg,Greg 1-1. Emporia State-Eckenrode,Tyler 16-57; Horton,Dasor 7-39; Abner,Adrian 6-21; Page,LaDarrian 5-3; Tillmon,Kamryn 2-minus 14.

Individual Stats RUSHING: Washburn-Cooper,Justin 19-168; McPherson,Sean 10-67; Garner,Ronnell 1-2; Simoneau,Dane 4-minus 8. Truman State Univ.-Mosquera,Will 9-33; Harvey,Donald 4-29; Ayora,Harnish 9-24; Loyd,Kurt 1-minus 7; Clark,J.B. 18-minus 13.

PASSING: Washburn-Simoneau,Dane 25-47-2-358. Emporia State-Eckenrode,Tyler 19-30-0-186; TEAM 0-1-0-0.

PASSING: Washburn-Simoneau,Dane 17-29-0-275; Beard,DeJuan 1-1-0-49. Truman State Univ.-Clark,J.B. 22-40-2-239.

RECEIVING: Washburn-Kobbeman,Matt 7-120; Beard,DeJuan 6-58; Garner,Ronnell 5-86; Hurst,Tore 3-76; Cooper,Justin 2-6; Mertz,Ryan 1-9; Farmer,Mike 1-3. Emporia State-Horton,Dasor 6-57; Davis,RayRay 4-57; Abner,Adrian 3-19; Richardson,S 3-11; Schiltz,Adam 1-20; Love,Benjamin 1-11; Tillmon,Kamryn 1-11. INTERCEPTIONS: Washburn-None. Emporia StateLohmann,Derek 1-47; Gaddis,Kevin 1-0. FUMBLES: WashburnMcPherson,Sean 2-1; Beard,DeJuan 1-1. Emporia StateEckenrode,Tyler 2-0; Tillmon,Kamryn 1-0.

Team Stats WU ESU FIRST DOWNS 27 16 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 40-139 36-106 PASSING YDS (NET) 358 186 Passes Att-Comp-Int. 47-25-2 31-19-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 87-497 67-292 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 1-3 Punt Returns-Yards 4-37 1-5 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-61 5-109 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 2-47 Punts (Number-Avg) 3-35.7 8-38.2 Fumbles-Lost 3-2 3-0 Penalties-Yards 11-94 9-73 Possession Time 31:42 28:18 Third-Down Conversions 10 of 17 1 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 1 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-4 3-3 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 1-5

RECEIVING: Washburn-Hurst,Tore 4-86; Cooper,Justin 4-12; Garner,Ronnell 3-139; Schoenberg,Greg 2-40; Beard,DeJuan 2-34; Kobbeman,Matt 2-12; McPherson,Sean 1-1. Truman State Univ.-Grier,Dallas 10-109; Brown,Anthony 5-60; Harvey,Donald 3-9; Mosquera,Will 2-15; Mundwiller,Andy 1-34; Ayora,Harnish 1-12. INTERCEPTIONS: WashburnKenney,Calvin 1-31; Taylor,Jahmil 1-minus 1. Truman State Univ.None. FUMBLES: WashburnTaylor,Jahmil 1-1. Truman State Univ.Clark,J.B. 1-0; Loyd,Kurt 1-0. FUMBLES: Washburn-Hastings,Joe 1-1; Simoneau,Dane 1-0; TEAM 1-0. Truman State Univ.-

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 20 34-229 324 30-18-0 64-553 0-0 2--1 1-33 2-30 7-40.1 1-1 6-49 26:29 2 of 10 0 of 0 3-4 9-53

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Oct. 15, 2011 • Yager Stadium • Att: 6,430

Central Oklahoma #5 Washburn

Oct. 22, 2010 • Bearcat Stadium • Att: 10,073

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#6 Northwest Missouri 52

TOPEKA, Kan. -- The Washburn Ichabods handed Central Oklahoma its worst loss since the 1972 season while remaining perfect on the season at 7-0 topping the Bronchos 48-3 on Family Day in Yager Stadium. Washburn scored the first points of the game after taking the opening kickoff and marching 71 yards on 12 plays as Dane Simoneau connected with Ryan Mertz on a 15-yard touchdown pass staking the Ichabods to a lead they would not give up the rest of the game. The teams traded possessions and after a missed field goal by Central Oklahoma, Jeremy Linn capped a 59-yard drive with a 21-yard field goal putting the Ichabods up 10-0 with 1:15 left in the opening quarter. The Ichabod held the Bronchos to 35 total yards in the first quarter while gaining 153 of their own. Simoneau finished 19 of 31 for 338 yards with the five scores and no interceptions. Three different Ichabods pulled down touchdown passes and two had more than 100 yards receiving. Garner led the team with six catches for 127 yards and two scores while Beard had five catches for 117 yards and three touchdowns. Sean McPherson had 120 yards on the ground to lead the Ichabods on 16 carries.

MARYVILLE, Mo. -- The No. 3 Washburn Ichabods lost for the first time this season snapping an 11-game winning streak in a 52-28 loss at No. 6 Northwest Missouri. The Bearcats scored on their first two possessions of the game jumping out to a 14-0 lead, but Justin Cooper cut the lead in half with a 17-yard touchdown run with 7:49 to play in the first quarter capping a three-play, 58-yard drive. After forcing a Bearcat punt, Washburn knotted the score at 14 when Dane Simoneau hit DeJuan Beard on a 40-yard pass play which wrapped up a 90-yard drive taking 2:23 off the clock. The Bearcats regained the lead right before the end of the first quarter putting Northwest back in front 21-14. However on the Ichabods’ next possession Beard again hooked up with Simoneau tying the score at 21 after a six-yard scoring strike. Northwest added 10 more points before the end of the half to take a 31-21 lead into the locker rooms at the break. Simoneau finished the game 25 of 34 with three touchdowns passing for 372 yards. Beard finished with seven catches for 122 yards and three touchdowns. Justin Cooper had 11 carries for 60 yards and a touchdown. Casey Curran had 17 tackles with 10 solo stops to lead Washburn. Marty Pfannenstiel had 11 tackles.

Score by Quarters Central Oklahoma #5 Washburn

Score by Quarters #3 Washburn 14 #6 Northwest Missouri 21

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 10:11 WU 01:15 2nd Quarter 09:59 WU 06:53 UCO 00:22 WU 3rd Quarter 09:17 WU 07:49 WU 4th Quarter 14:33 WU 08:52 WU

0 10

3 14

0 10

0 - 3 Record: (1-6) 14 - 48 Record: (7-0)

Mertz,Ryan 15 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) WU Linn,Jeremy 21 yd field goal Beard,DeJuan 58 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) Robbs,Chris 40 yd field goal Beard,DeJuan 8 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) Linn,Jeremy 23 yd field goal Garner,Ronnell 23 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) Beard,DeJuan 9 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) Garner,Ronnell 21 yd pass from Buhler,Mitch (Lutz,Tyler kick)

Individual Stats

RUSHING: Central Oklahoma-Birmingham,Joshua 16-49; Lipscomb,Dante’ 7-39; Greve,Landon 3-19; Sharp,Ethan 5-14; Caldwell,Steve 2-minus 6. Washburn-McPherson,Sean 16-120; Cooper,Justin 18-27; Schoenberg,Greg 1-6; Lichter,Andrew 1-0; Simoneau,Dane 4-minus 5. PASSING: Central Oklahoma-Sharp,Ethan 22-36-0-161; Greve,Landon 5-11-0-27. WashburnSimoneau,Dane 19-31-0-338; Buhler,Mitch 4-6-0-79. RECEIVING: Central Oklahoma-Hood,Christian 7-64; Holland,Tucker 3-29; Pelkey,Travelle 3-24; Woods,Artrell 2-22; Jackson,Matt 2-14; Davis,Bryce 2-9; Birmingham,Joshua 2-9; Lipscomb,Dante’ 2-5; Davis,Terrance 2-5; Mensah,Andy 1-6; Caldwell,Steve 1-1. Washburn-Garner,Ronnell 6-127; Beard,DeJuan 5-117; Kobbeman,Matt 5-60; Mertz,Ryan 2-44; Hurst,Tore 1-22; Lichter,Andrew 1-14; Cooper,Justin 1-13; Jackson,Schuyler 1-11; Team Stats UCO WU Fancher,Mark 1-9. INTERCEPTIONS: Central Oklahoma-None. Washburn-None. FUMBLES: Central OklahomaCaldwell,Steve 1-1; Greve,Landon 1-1. Washburn-Cooper,Justin 2-1; Simoneau,Dane 1-0.

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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

19 23 33-115 40-148 188 417 47-27-0 37-23-0 80-303 77-565 1-0 0-0 2-11 1-2 6-79 2-38 0-0 0-0 9-37.0 5-49.4 2-2 3-1 5-45 6-44 28:47 31:13 2 of 16 7 of 16 2 of 3 2 of 2 1-2 6-6 0-0 1-7

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 12:41 NWMSU 08:49 NWMSU 07:49 WU 03:56 WU 00:54 NWMSU 2nd Quarter 12:46 WU 03:06 NWMSU 00:00 NWMSU 3rd Quarter 04:56 NWMSU 03:11 WU 4th Quarter 12:12 NWMSU 05:40 NWMSU

7 10

7 7

0 - 28 Record: (7-1, 5-1) 14 - 52 Record: (7-1, 5-1)

Shaw,T. 41 yd pass from Christopher,B. (Adolf,T. kick) Soy, J. 71 yd pass from Christopher,B. (Adolf,T. kick) Cooper,Justin 17 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick) Beard,DeJuan 40 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) Christopher,B. 3 yd run (Adolf,T. kick) Beard,DeJuan 6 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) Soy, J. 3 yd pass from Christopher,B. (Adolf,T. kick) Adolf,T. 22 yd field goal Franklin,J. 1 yd run (Adolf,T. kick) Beard,DeJuan 11 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) Franklin,J. 3 yd run (Adolf,T. kick) Franklin,J. 12 yd run (Adolf,T. kick)

Individual Stats RUSHING: Washburn-Cooper,Justin 11-60; McPherson,Sean 6-21; Simoneau,Dane 3-minus 11. Northwest Mo.-Christopher,B. 12-79; Franklin,J. 17-59; Simmons,J. 9-24; Creason,B. 4-15; Adams,T. 1-3; TEAM 3-0. PASSING: Washburn-Simoneau,Dane 25-34-1-372. Northwest Mo.-Christopher,B. 29-37-0406; TEAM 0-1-0-0; Adams,T. 1-1-0-19. RECEIVING: Washburn-Beard,DeJuan 7-122; Garner,Ronnell 5-80; Kobbeman,Matt 4-61; Schoenberg,Greg 4-60; Team Stats WU NWMSU Cooper,Justin 2-12; FIRST DOWNS 18 28 Hurst,Tore 1-18; RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 20-70 46-180 McPherson,Sean 1-13; PASSING YDS (NET) 372 425 Simoneau,Dane 1-6. Passes Att-Comp-Int. 34-25-1 39-30-0 Northwest Mo.-Soy, J. TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 54-442 85-605 8-144; Shaw,T. Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 5-68; Franklin,J. Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 1-6 5-44; Simmons,J. Kickoff Returns-Yards 7-160 5-83 4-53; Pierce,T. 3-48; Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-38 Mosley,D. 2-18; Punts (Number-Avg) 6-43.8 2-32.0 Kilgore,K. 1-28; Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1 Penalties-Yards 9-75 2-20 Gregg,J. 1-23; Possession Time 22:16 37:44 Creason,B. 1-minus 1. Third-Down Conversions 5 of 11 11 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 2 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 6-6 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-4 3-11

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Oct. 29, 2011 • Yager Stadium • Att: 6,429

Nov. 5, 2011 • Smith Stadium • Att: 9,053

Fort Hays State

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#9 Washburn

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#12 Washburn

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TOPEKA, Kan. -- The No. 12-ranked Washburn Ichabods turned up 620 yards of total offense improving to 8-1 on the season and 6-1 in the MIAA with a 45-20 win over Fort Hays State. Washburn took the opening drive of the game and jumped on the board first with a 26-yard field goal by Jeremy Linn just over three minutes into the game. On the ensuing kickoff, the Ichabods recovered a muffed return at the Fort Hays State 44. On the first play of the series, Justin Cooper scored around the right side putting Washburn up 10-0 with 11:23 to play in the opening quarter. Washburn would then stretch its lead to 16-7 when Dane Simoneau hit DeJuan Beard from 35-yards out on a drive covering seven plays and 80 yards. Washburn scored again on a 42-yard touchdown pass play from Simoneau to Beard putting the Ichabods up 2314 entering the halftime break. In the third quarter, Washburn’s Sean McPherson scored on a one-yard run for the only points of the quarter adding to Washburn’s lead of 16 at 30-14. Cooper scored his second touchdown of the day when he scampered in from 23 yards out wrapping up a nine-play, 89-yard drive and with a Simoneau to Tore Hurst 2-point conversion, Washburn led 38-14 with 9:29 to play in the game.

PITTSBURG, Kan. -- The No. 9 Washburn Ichabods used a 24-point second quarter while adding 16 more in the fourth quarter en route to a 43-25 win over No. 2 Pittsburg State in Carnie Smith Stadium for their third straight win over the Gorillas while jumping into a tie for first place in the MIAA standings. After neither team scored in the first quarter, the teams erupted for 37-combined points with 21 points coming in a two minutes and two seconds timeline. Justin Cooper put Washburn up 43-25 on a 74-yard touchdown run to wrap up the scoring and the Washburn win. Cooper finished with 159 yards on the ground and two touchdowns on 28 carries. Sean McPherson had 70 yards on 15 carries leading the Ichabods to 225 yards on the ground. Dane Simoneau was 25 of 46 for 290 yards and two touchdowns while being sacked only once. DeJuan Beard had eight catches for 116 yards while Matt Kobbeman had six catches for 68 yards. Casey Curran had 10 tackles to lead the Ichabods and Jahmil Taylor had nine tackles and a tackle for loss. Washburn finished the game with 515 total yards while holding the Gorillas to 330 while also racking up 26 first downs. The Ichabods also led in time of possession 36:10 to 23:50.

Score by Quarters Fort Hays State #12 Washburn

Score by Quarters Washburn Pittsburg State

7 16

7 7

0 7

6 - 20 Record: (3-6, 2-5) 15 - 45 Record: (8-1, 6-1)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 11:35 WU Linn,Jeremy 26 yd field goal 11:23 WU Cooper,Justin 44 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick) 07:41 FHSU Leake,Chase 15 yd pass from Sheppard,Anthon (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) 04:18 WU Beard,DeJuan 35 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick failed) 2nd Quarter 04:55 FHSU Sheppard,Anthon 1 yd run (Kimbrough,Tyler kick) 04:09 WU Beard,DeJuan 42 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) 3rd Quarter 00:41 WU McPherson,Sean 1 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick) 4th Quarter 09:29 WU Cooper,Justin 23 yd run (Hurst,Tore pass from Simoneau,Dane) 06:09 FHSU Sheppard,Anthon 14 yd run (Sheppard,Anthon pass failed) 00:49 WU Schoenberg,Greg 1 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick) Individual Stats RUSHING: Fort Hays State-Smith,Andre 17-78; Sheppard,Anthon 12-64; Ohlde,Shaun 2-7; Smith,Edward 5-minus 1. Washburn-Cooper,Justin 16-111; McPherson,Sean 20-102; Schoenberg,Greg 8-29; Simoneau,Dane 5-24. PASSING: Fort Hays State-Sheppard,Anthon 18-26-2-182. Washburn-Simoneau,Dane 24-34-1-313; Buhler,Mitch 1-2-0-41; TEAM 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: Fort Hays State-Leake,Chase 5-51; Smith,Anthony 3-34; Smith,Edward 3-15; Gallon,Corneliu 2-39; Brown,Grant 2-15; Hageman,Tanner 2-14; Smith,Andre 1-14. Washburn-Beard,DeJuan 6-131; Kobbeman,Matt 5-57; Hurst,Tore 4-36; Cooper,Justin 3-21; Mertz,Ryan 2-37; Jackson,Schuyler 2-22; Team Stats FHSU WU McPherson,Sean FIRST DOWNS 19 29 2-9; Fancher,Mark RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 36-148 49-266 1-41. PASSING YDS (NET) 182 354 Passes Att-Comp-Int. 26-18-2 37-25-1 INTERCEPTIONS: TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 62-330 86-620 Fort Hays StateFumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Murdock,Sherod Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 1-12 1-0. WashburnKickoff Returns-Yards 3-35 3-31 Taylor,Jahmil Interception Returns-Yards 1-0 2-3 1-3; Curran,Casey 1-0. Punts (Number-Avg) 3-50.3 1-32.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 3-0 Penalties-Yards 4-35 9-59 FUMBLES: Fort Possession Time 25:32 34:28 Hays State-TEAM Third-Down Conversions 7 of 13 10 of 16 1-1. WashburnFourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 1 of 3 Cooper,Justin 2-0; Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-4 3-3 Iverson,Payton 1-0. Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 2-15

0 0

24 13

3 0

16 - 43 Record: (9-1, 7-1) 12 - 25 Record: (8-1, 7-1)

Scoring Summary 2nd Quarter 07:16 WU Mertz,Ryan 18 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) 05:53 WU Linn,Jeremy 23 yd field goal 05:41 PSU Brown,John 100 yd kickoff return (McCoy,Chase kick) 05:18 PSU Robinson,Paul 28 yd fumble recovery (McCoy,Chase kick blockd) 02:22 WU Hurst,Tore 3 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) 00:30 WU Connors,Devon 52 yd fumble recovery (Linn,Jeremy kick) 3rd Quarter 04:53 WU Linn,Jeremy 39 yd field goal 4th Quarter 11:33 WU Linn,Jeremy 41 yd field goal 09:46 WU Cooper,Justin 3 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick) 09:05 PSU Brown,John 32 yd pass from Dickey,Zac (Brown,John pass failed) 08:03 PSU Brown,John 41 yd pass from Dickey,Zac (Dickey,Zac pass failed) 04:54 WU Cooper,Justin 74 yd run (Simoneau,Dane pass failed) Individual Stats RUSHING: Washburn-Cooper,Justin 28-159; McPherson,Sean 15-70; Beard,DeJuan 1-2; TEAM 1-minus 2; Simoneau,Dane 2-minus 4. Pittsburg State-Wilson,Briceton 17-71; Dickey,Zac 13-59; Love,Eric 1-3; TEAM 1-minus 1. PASSING: Washburn-Simoneau,Dane 25-46-0-290. Pittsburg State-Dickey,Zac 15-23-1-198. RECEIVING: Washburn-Beard,DeJuan 8-116; Kobbeman,Matt 6-68; Garner,Ronnell 4-62; Cooper,Justin 3-12; Hurst,Tore 2-12; Mertz,Ryan 1-18; McPherson,Sean 1-2. Pittsburg StateBrown,John 4-102; Thomas,Jon 4-37; Wilson,Briceton 3-18; Rampy,Luke 2-21; Castaneda,A. 2-20. Team Stats WU PSU FIRST DOWNS 26 17 INTERCEPTIONS: RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 47-225 32-132 WashburnPASSING YDS (NET) 290 198 Hollins,Michael 1-0. Passes Att-Comp-Int. 46-25-0 23-15-1 Pittsburg State-None. TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 93-515 55-330 Fumble Returns-Yards 1-52 1-28 FUMBLES: Washburn- Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 2-26 McPherson,Sean 1-1; Kickoff Returns-Yards 3-46 9-206 Garner,Ronnell 1-1; Interception Returns-Yards 1-0 0-0 TEAM 1-1. Pittsburg Punts (Number-Avg) 2-44.0 5-39.6 State-Wilson,Briceton Fumbles-Lost 3-3 4-4 Penalties-Yards 5-30 4-25 2-2; Thomas,Jon 1-1; Possession Time 36:10 23:50 Brown,John 1-1 Third-Down Conversions 10 of 20 3 of 10 Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 5 0 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 6-7 0-1 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 1-9

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Nov. 12, 2011 • Yager Stadium • Att: 5,413

Central Missouri

39

#6 Washburn

21

Nov. 19, 2011 • Yager Stadium • Att: 4,410

#11 Abilene Christian 49 TM

TOPEKA, Kan. -- The No. 6-ranked Washburn Ichabods fell behind 14-0 and could never recover in a 39-21 loss to Central Missouri. The Mules (8-3, 6-3 MIAA) scored on their first two drives of the game jumping out to the early lead. UCM’s first score was on a Tommy Corwin one-yard plunge with 9:02 to go in the opening drive and after a Washburn turnover on downs, Corwin led the Mules on a four-play, 40-yard drive capped by a pass to LaVance Taylor for 12 yards putting UCM up 14-0. The Ichabods would cut the lead to seven at 14-7 when Dane Simoneau hit DeJuan Beard on a 4th and 21 from the Central Missouri 26 for a touchdown with 5:14 remaining in the first half. Simoneau finished with 337 yards passing on 29 of 50 with the three scores. Ronnell Garner had seven catches for 102 yards while Beard finished with six catches for 103 yards and the two scores. Justin Cooper had 46 yards on 11 carries. Jahmil Taylor and Casey Curran each had 12 tackles with eight solo stops each to lead the Ichabods. The Mules finished with 29 first downs recording 481 yards of total offense while Washburn had 20 first downs and 385 yards of total offense. The Ichabods were limited to a season-low 48 yards on the ground.

Score by Quarters Central Missouri Washburn

14 0

6 7

13 7

6 7

- 39 Record: (8-3, 6-3) - 21 Record: (9-2, 7-2)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 09:02 UCM Corwin,Tommy 1 yd run ( Jamieson,Aaron kick) 05:06 UCM Taylor,LaVance 12 yd pass from Corwin,Tommy ( Jamieson,Aaron kick) 2nd Quarter 05:14 WU Beard,DeJuan 26 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) 02:21 UCM Howard,Jamar 18 yd pass from Corwin,Tommy ( Jamieson,Aaron kick failed) 3rd Quarter 08:31 UCM Cannon,David 12 yd pass from Corwin,Tommy ( Jamieson,Aaron kick) 05:24 WU Beard,DeJuan 42 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) 00:34 UCM Torneden,Camren 1 yd run (Corwin,Tommy pass failed) 4th Quarter 14:45 UCM Reedus,Alexis 49 yd interception return ( Jamieson,Aaron kick failed) 12:53 WU Hurst,Tore 7 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) Individual Stats

RUSHING: Central Missouri-Taylor,LaVance 14-93; Corwin,Tommy 9-43; Torneden,Camren 13-17; Dyer,Taylor 2-15; Watson,Ralph 1-0; TEAM 1-minus 1. Washburn-Cooper,Justin 11-46; McPherson,Sean 8-15; Simoneau,Dane 2-minus 13. PASSING: Central Missouri-Corwin,Tommy 28-38-1-314. Washburn-Simoneau,Dane 29-50-2-337. RECEIVING: Central Missouri-Dyer,Taylor 6-122; Cannon,David 6-51; Howard,Jamar 4-52; Torneden,Camren 3-16; Taylor,LaVance 3-15; Kirkwood,Anthon 1-14; Watson,Ralph 1-12; Gorman,Sean 1-9; Wier,Drew 1-9; Murray,Bryce 1-7; Salter,Darrian 1-7. Washburn-Garner,Ronnell 7-102; Beard,DeJuan 6-103; Kobbeman,Matt 6-52; Hurst,Tore 4-47; Cooper,Justin 4-30; Mertz,Ryan 1-11; Schoenberg,Greg 1-minus 8. INTERCEPTIONS: Central MissouriReedus,Alexis 1-49; Smith,Garrett 1-0. WashburnCervantes,Jake 1-0. FUMBLES: Central MissouriTaylor,LaVance 1-1. Washburn-None.

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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

UCM WU 29 20 40-167 21-48 314 337 38-28-1 50-29-2 78-481 71-385 0-0 0-0 1-6 0-0 3-40 3-71 2-49 1-0 3-27.3 4-37.0 1-1 0-0 6-56 6-44 35:56 24:04 4 of 13 5 of 15 6 of 6 2 of 5 5-8 2-2 2-13 1-4

#15 Washburn

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TOPEKA, Kan. -- The No. 15 Washburn Ichabods won their school-record 10th game of the season winning their first playoff game in school history in a 52-49 win over No. 11 Abilene Christian in the opening round of the NCAA playoffs in Yager Stadium. Cooper finished with 107 yards rushing and the four scores while Simoneau was 23 of 39 for 424 yards and two touchdowns - his second one of the day to Garner was his 100th in his Washburn career. Kobbeman finished with 131 yards receiving on six catches while Garner had 95 on four catches. Richardson finished with 132 yards on the ground on 16 carries while adding a team-high 115 yards receiving on 10 catches racking up 247 all-purpose yards. Gale would throw for 506 yards completing 29 of 48 passes with four scores and three interceptions. Gabriel (119) and Cantu-Harkless (117) also reached the century mark in receiving yards. Defensively, Jahmil Taylor and Pfannenstiel each had 12 tackles - Taylor had 10 solo stops to go along with 2.5 sacks for 10 yards as the Ichabods finished with seven sacks on the afternoon. Darien Williams had eight tackles, as did Thor Woerner to lead the Wildcats.

Score by Quarters #11 Abilene Christian 14 #15 Washburn 14

7 24

13 7

15 - 49 Record: (8-3) 7 - 52 Record: (10-2)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 11:24 WU Cooper,Justin 14 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick) 08:57 ACU Daryl Richardson 12 yd run (Morgan Lineberry kick) 06:39 WU Cooper,Justin 12 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick) 00:29 ACU Mitchell Gale 3 yd run (Morgan Lineberry kick) 2nd Quarter 14:46 WU Kobbeman,Matt 67 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) 13:40 ACU Demarcus Thompson 73 yd pass from Mitchell Gale (Morgan Lineberry kick) 09:04 WU Linn,Jeremy 35 yd field goal 05:27 WU Cooper,Justin 9 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick) 01:07 WU McPherson,Sean 4 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick) 3rd Quarter 09:54 WU Cooper,Justin 5 yd run (Linn,Jeremy kick) 05:31 ACU Taylor Gabriel 71 yd pass from Mitchell Gale (Morgan Lineberry kick) 02:18 ACU Taylor Gabriel 10 yd pass from Mitchell Gale (Morgan Lineberry kick failed) 4th Quarter 11:51 ACU Daryl Richardson 34 yd pass from Mitchell Gale (Justin Andrews pass from Gale,M.) 04:10 WU Garner,Ronnell 61 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) 00:37 ACU Charcandrick West 27 yd run (Morgan Lineberry kick) Individual Stats

RUSHING: Abilene Christian-Daryl Richardson 16-132; Charcandrick West 2-30; Mitchell Gale 14-20. WashburnCooper,Justin 24-107; McPherson,Sean 11-29; TEAM 1-minus 1; Simoneau,Dane 2-minus 11. PASSING: Abilene Christian-Mitchell Gale 29-48-3-506; Team 0-1-0-0. Washburn-Simoneau,Dane 23-39-0-424. RECEIVING: Abilene Christian-Daryl Richardson 10-115; Taylor Gabriel 6-119; Darr. Cantu-Harkless 5-117; Darian Hogg 2-42; Team Stats ACU WU Charcandrick West 2-16; FIRST DOWNS 29 26 Justin Andrews 2-13; RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 32-182 38-124 Demarcus Thompson 1-73; PASSING YDS (NET) 506 424 Jonathan Parker 1-11. Passes Att-Comp-Int. 49-29-3 39-23-0 Washburn-Kobbeman,Matt TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 81-688 77-548 6-131; Garner,Ronnell 4-95; 0-0 0-0 Hurst,Tore 4-48; Beard,DeJuan Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards 3-19 1-0 3-52; Cooper,Justin 2-49; Kickoff Returns-Yards 8-111 6-146 Schoenberg,Greg 2-27; Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 3-68 Mertz,Ryan 2-22. Punts (Number-Avg) 3-30.0 5-34.2 INTERCEPTIONS: Abilene Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-0 Christian-None. WashburnBeard,DeJuan 1-43; Penalties-Yards 3-23 2-15 Pfannenstiel,Marty 1-17; Possession Time 29:03 30:57 Oladapo,Adebayo 1-8. Third-Down Conversions 7 of 15 9 of 15 FUMBLES: WashburnFourth-Down Conversions 2 of 3 0 of 0 Pfannenstiel,Marty 1-0. Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 6-6

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#15 Washburn

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#7 Pittsburg State

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PITTSBURG, Kan. -- The Washburn Ichabod football season came to an end with a 31-22 loss at No. 7 Pittsburg State in the second round of the playoffs. The Ichabods finished the season with a school-record 10 wins wrapping up the season 10-3. The Ichabods were the first team to score on the rainy and windy day as the Ichabods won the opening toss and deferred to kick with the end to start the game. The Ichabods held the Gorillas to no yards on their first drive and on the ensuing punt, the ball sailed through the punter’s hands for an Ichabod safety. The Ichabods would then take the free kick and march 46 yards on eight plays scoring when Dane Simoneau hit Matt Kobbeman on a 17-yard touchdown pass putting the Ichabods up 9-0 with 10:32 to play in the first quarter. The Ichabods held the Gorillas to 36 yards in the first quarter. Simoneau finished 14 of 40 with two touchdowns and 216 passing yards. Justin Cooper was limited to 22 yards on the ground on 17 carries while Hurst led the Ichabods with four catches for 69 yards and one score. Jahmil Taylor and Casey Curran each had 17 tackles (11 assisted).

Score by Quarters #11 Washburn 9 #7 Pittsburg State 0

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6 - 22 Record: (10-3) 7 - 31 Record: (10-1)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 14:16 WU TEAM safety 10:32 WU Kobbeman,Matt 17 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick) 2nd Quarter 10:41 PSU Dixon,Mandel 1 yd run (McCoy,Chase kick) 07:58 WU Atagi,Bryce 50 yd interception return (Linn,Jeremy kick) 04:27 PSU Dixon,Mandel 2 yd run (McCoy,Chase kick) 02:13 PSU Castaneda,A. 38 yd pass from Dickey,Zac (McCoy,Chase kick) 3rd Quarter 01:26 PSU McCoy,Chase 21 yd field goal 4th Quarter 02:59 PSU Spradling,Jason 16 yd run (McCoy,Chase kick) 00:26 WU Hurst,Tore 17 yd pass from Simoneau,Dane (Linn,Jeremy kick failed) Individual Stats

RUSHING: Washburn-Cooper,Justin 17-22; McPherson,Sean 2-7; Simoneau,Dane 4-minus 7. Pittsburg State-Dickey,Zac 19-94; Spradling,Jason 17-80; Wilson,Briceton 6-25; Brown,John 5-17; Rampy,Luke 1-6; Dixon,Mandel 2-3; Love,Eric 2-2; TEAM 2-minus 21. PASSING: Washburn-Simoneau,Dane 14-40-2-216. Pittsburg State-Dickey,Zac 11-24-2-202. RECEIVING: Washburn-Hurst,Tore 4-69; Cooper,Justin 4-45; Garner,Ronnell 2-48; Kobbeman,Matt 2-25; Mertz,Ryan 1-17; Beard,DaJuan 1-12. Pittsburg State-Brown,John 6-119; Castaneda,A. 2-48; Thomas,Jon 2-30; Combes,Conner 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: Washburn-Atagi,Bryce 1-50; Connors,Devon 1-17. Pittsburg State-Dreiling,Nate 1-2; Sanchez,Bryant 1-1. FUMBLES: WashburnKobbeman,Matt 1-0. Pittsburg StateDickey,Zac 1-0.

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 15 22 23-22 54-206 216 202 40-14-2 24-11-2 63-238 78-408 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-13 5-138 3-54 2-67 2-3 6-38.2 5-35.4 1-0 1-0 5-26 9-66 22:06 37:28 3 of 12 4 of 15 1 of 3 1 of 2 2-3 4-4 1-2 1-6

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Dane Simoneau Salina, Kan. 2011 Offensive MVP

2011 Players of the Week

Marty Pfannenstiel Silver Lake, Kan. 2011 Defensive MVP

as selected by Ichabod Coaching Staff

as selected by Ichabod Coaching Staff

Game Off. Skill Def. Skill Special Teams Off. Line Def. Line Work Team Off. Work Team Def. Big Hit at USF Dane Simoneau, QB Marty Pfannenstiel, LB Greg Schoenberg, FB Kyle Duncan, C Dakota Palan-Johnson-DE Sam Eichoff, OL Alec Stueber, LB Mark Fancher, WR Aaron Hummert, P Adebayo Oladapo, DE LU Justin Cooper, RB Willie Williams, LB Jeremy Linn, PK Brian Folkers, LT Jayveri Kelly, DT Cameron Brown, OL Brit Dewey, DB Brian Folkerts, LT Aaron Hummert, P Willie Williams, LB Trent Snyder, LS Jahmil Taylor, LB at MSSU DaJuan Beard, WR Bryce Atagi, LB Dane Simoneau, P Darion Hillman, RG Dakota Palan-Johnson-DE Schuyler Jackson, WR Frantz Pierre-Louis, DT Brian Folkerts, LT Jeremy Linn, PK Jahmil Taylor, LB MWSU Matt Kobbeman, WR Devon Connors, DB Jeremy Linn, PK Steve Dieckhaus, RT Jahmail Taylor, LB Chad Williams, QB Lionel Cobb, LB Sam Pour, LB Mark Fancher, WR Casey Curran, FS at ESU Matt Kobbeman, WR Devon Connors, DB Mark Fancher, WR Brian Folkerts, LT Corey Walker, DE Jordon McCallister, OL Aaron Jackson, LB Payton Iverson, WR Mark Kolmer, LB Zach Livington, LB at TSU Greg Schoenberg, FB Bryce Atagi, LB Aaron Hummert, P Victor Butler, LG Dakota Palan-Johnson, DE Adam Luthi, TE Shay Wooten, FS Victor Butler, LG Justin Cooper, RB Marty Pfannenstiel, LB Schuyler Jackson, WR Bryce Atagi, LB UCO Dane Simoneau, QB Casey Curran, FS Jeremy Linn, PK Kyle Duncan, C Michael Hollins, LB Devion Brink, RB Jeremy Boyd, LB Brandon Downing, LB Aaron Hummert, P Victor Butler, OL Marty Pfannenstiel, LB at NWMSU DaJuan Beard, WR Casey Curran, FS Mark Fancher, WR Steve Dieckhaus, RT Dakota Palan-Johnson, DE Cameron Stewart, RB Troy Penny, DL Jahmil Taylor, LB Aaron Hummert, P FHSU Sean McPherson, RB Jahmil Taylor, LB Willie Williams, LB Brian Folkerts, LT Adebayo Oladapo, DE Jeremy Carlisle, WR Jaime Myers, DB Jahmil Taylor, LB Trent Snyder, LS Brian Folkerts, LT at PSU Justin Cooper, RB Devon Connors, DB Jeremy Linn, PK Steve Dieckhaus, RT Corey Walker, DE Brian Paur, OL Cameron Hishaw, DL Marty Pfannenstiel, LB Brandon Downing, DB Willie Williams, LB Greg Schoenberg, FB UCM DaJuan Beard, WR Marty Pfannenstiel, LB Greg Schoenberg, FB Brian Folkerts, LT Dakota Palan-Johnson, DE Tyler Coulbourn, WR Devon Haynes, LB DaJuan Beard, WR Mark Fancher, WR Casey Curran, FS ACU Dane Simoneau, QB Michael Hollins, LB Greg Schoenberg, FB Kyle Duncan, C Dakota Palan-Johnson, DE Connor Crimmins, WR Troy Penny, DL Casey Curran, FS Calvin Kenney, DB Mark Fancher, WR PSU Dane Simoneau, QB Jahmil Taylor, LB Greg Schoenberg, FB Brian Folkerts, LT Dakota Palan-Johnson, DE Jahmil Taylor, LB Casey Curan, DB Mark Fancher, WR

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2011 MIAA Final Standings Intro Players Coaches Opponents Review The MIAA Records History

IAA M GP Record Pct. PF

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

.889 .778 .778 .778 .667 .333 .333 .222 .222 .000

MIAA Coach of the Year Tim Beck, Pittsburg State MIAA Most Valuable Offensive Player Dane Simoneau, Sr., QB, Washburn

358 475 347 319 307 258 189 204 228 123

PA GP Record

193 186 227 192 225 290 331 340 301 523

14 14 13 12 12 11 11 11 10 10

13-1 11-3 10-3 9-3 8-4 5-6 4-7 4-7 3-7 1-9

Overall Pct. PF PA Last 10 .929 .786 .769 .750 .667 .455 .364 .364 .300 .100

563 681 502 426 403 335 255 253 296 158

282 324 327 251 295 325 382 358 329 526

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

Streak Won 5 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 2 Lost 3 Lost 9

MIAA Most Valuable Defensive Player MIAA Most Valuable Special Teams Player Nate Dreiling, So., LB, Pittsburg State Greg Zuerlein, Sr., K, Missouri Western MIAA Freshman of the Year Bryce Enyard, DB, Northwest Missouri

1st Team All-MIAA Offense

2nd Team All-MIAA Offense

1st Team All-MIAA Defense

2nd Team All-MIAA Defense

QB: Dane Simoneau, Sr., WU RB: Michael Hill, Jr., MWSU RB: Justin Cooper, Sr., WU WR: Landon Zerkel, Jr., MSSU WR: Jamar Howard, Sr., UCM TE: David Cannon, Jr., UCM OL: Macon Allan, Jr., MWSU OL: Cody Johnson, Sr., NWMSU OL: Brian Folkerts, Sr., WU † OL: Logan Freeman, Jr., UCM OL: Ian Saxton, Sr., MSSU K: Greg Zuerlein, Sr., MWSU** KR/PR: John Brown, So., PSU **Unanimous Selection † - Repeat first team selection from last season

QB: Zac Dickey, Sr., PSU RB: James Franklin, So., NWMSU RB: Jordan Simmons, Jr., NWMSU WR: John Brown, So., PSU WR: DeJuan Beard, So., WU TE: Kyle Kilgore, Sr., NWMSU OL: Cody Holland, So., PSU OL: Kell Smalley, Sr., PSU OL: Rod Williams, Jr., NWMSU OL: Lance Uhles, Jr., ESU OL: John Rouse, Jr., FHSU K: Todd Adolf, Jr., NWMSU KR/PR: Jordan Simmons, Jr., NWMSU

DL: Brandon Williams, Jr., MSSU** † DL: Josh Lorenson, Sr., NWMSU** † DL: David Bass, Jr., MWSU DL: Gus Toca, Jr., PSU LB: Chad Kilgore, Sr., NWMSU** †† LB: Nate Dreiling, So., PSU** LB: Alex Whitehill, Sr., FHSU DB: Marlon Douglas, Sr., UCM † DB: Derek Lohmann, Jr., ESU DB: Elijah Olabode, Sr., PSU DB: Shane Simpson, Jr., MWSU P: Ethan Kosjer, Sr., FHSU **Unanimous Selection † - Repeat first team selection from last season †† - Repeat first team selection from the last two seasons

DL: Dakota Palan-Johnson, Sr., WU DL: Spencer Worthington, Sr., PSU DL: Ben Pister, Jr., MWSU DL: Kenny Smith, Jr., MSSU LB: Bryce Atagi, So., WU LB: Jahmil Taylor, Jr., WU LB: Luke Stringer, Sr., PSU DB: Richie Schumacher, Jr., TSU DB: Casey Curran, Sr., WU DB: Marty Pfannenstiel, Sr., WU DB: Jack Long, Sr., MWSU DB: Bryce Enyard, Fr., NWMSU P: Eric Phillips, Jr., TSU Voting tied created an additional DB

Honorable Mention By School Central Missouri: Tommy Corwin, Sr., QB; David Bax, Jr., DL; Patrick Lewis, Jr., DB; Aaron Jamieson, Jr., K; Matt Jordan, Jr., P; Taylor Dyer, Sr., WR Emporia State: LaDarrian Page, Sr., RB; Shjuan Richardson, Jr., WR; Adam Schiltz, Jr., TE; Kennedy Ezimako, Sr., DL; Ben Carlson, Jr., LB; Tyler Eckenrode, Jr., QB Fort Hays State: Andre Smith, Jr., RB; Casey Sorrell, Sr., OL; Kyle Perry, Jr., DL; Korey Allison, Sr., DB; Kedron Paul, Jr., DB; Lamar Leon, Sr., OL Lincoln: Corderious Gregory, Sr., WR; O’Hara Fluellen, Sr., DB; Justin Campbell, So., OL; Vonques Knox, Fr., DL; Fred Fuller, Jr., KR/PR Missouri Southern: Ne’Ronte Threatt, Jr., WR/KR/PR; Austin Lepper, So., TE; Brian Rodgers, Jr., DB; Ryon Phillips, Fr., DL; Collin Howard, Sr., QB; Alex Wong, Jr., LB Missouri Western: Travis Partridge, So., QB; Tarrell Downing, Jr., WR/KR/PR; Colt Schulte, Jr., OL; Brian Chiles, Jr., OL; Austin Baska, So., DL; Tom Madget, Sr., LB; Jeremy Weston, Jr., DB; Ben Jackson, Jr., DB; Scott Groner, So., P Northwest Missouri: Tyler Shaw, Jr., WR; Jake Soy, Sr., WR; David Mosley, Sr., WR; Taylor Pierce, Sr., WR; Aaron Terry, Sr., DL; Blake Christopher, Sr., QB Pittsburg State: Nick Pugh, Jr., OL: J.R. Jones, Sr., DL; Jon Thomas, Sr., WR; Briceton Wilson, Jr., RB; Chase McCoy, Sr., K; Chas Smith, Jr., S Truman: Anthony Brown, Sr., WR; Blake Holland, Jr., OL; Patrick Blackwell, Jr., DL; Wade Pelc, Jr., LB; Derek Koon, So., K; Dallas Grier, So., WR Washburn: Gregory Schoenberg, Sr., FB; Tore’ Hurst, So., TE; Kyle Duncan, So., OL; Jayveri Kelly, Jr., DL; Steve Dieckhaus, Jr., OL; Ian Williams, Sr., DL

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///////// SCORING OFFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg 1. NWMSU 14 93 88 1 0 11 0 681 48.6 2. PSU 14 73 65 3 0 18 0 563 40.2 3. WU 13 67 58 2 0 12 1 502 38.6 4. MWSU 12 49 44 1 1 28 0 426 35.5 5. UCM 12 54 50 0 0 9 1 403 33.6 6. ESU 11 44 43 0 0 8 2 335 30.5 7. MSSU 10 40 36 1 0 6 0 296 29.6 8. FHSU 11 32 31 0 0 10 1 255 23.2 9. TSU 11 30 22 2 0 15 1 253 23.0 10. LU 11 24 11 4 0 3 0 172 15.6

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

SCORING DEFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg 1. PSU 14 36 29 1 0 11 1 282 20.1 2. MWSU 12 32 28 1 0 9 1 251 20.9 3. NWMSU 14 39 35 2 0 17 0 324 23.1 4. UCM 12 36 34 0 0 15 0 295 24.6 5. WU 13 45 32 2 0 7 0 327 25.2 6. ESU 11 42 36 2 0 11 0 325 29.5 7. TSU 11 47 45 1 0 9 1 358 32.5 8. MSSU 10 42 37 1 0 12 1 329 32.9 9. FHSU 11 50 47 1 0 11 0 382 34.7 10. LU 11 80 68 4 2 11 1 595 54.1

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

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

G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G 13 505 292 12 57.8 4305 8.5 39 331.2 12 495 300 18 60.6 3858 7.8 34 321.5 14 404 258 16 63.9 3749 9.3 34 267.8 11 388 242 10 62.4 2678 6.9 21 243.5 10 361 218 14 60.4 2370 6.6 20 237.0 11 392 194 16 49.5 2422 6.2 16 220.2 14 286 168 12 58.7 2667 9.3 22 190.5 11 390 199 20 51.0 1853 4.8 8 168.5 11 269 153 9 56.9 1701 6.3 16 154.6 12 289 157 11 54.3 1807 6.3 17 150.6

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

G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G 14 469 226 26 48.2 2699 5.8 13 192.8 14 465 264 14 56.8 2943 6.3 21 210.2 12 424 235 21 55.4 2573 6.1 13 214.4 12 399 212 12 53.1 2600 6.5 20 216.7 11 270 161 10 59.6 2408 8.9 29 218.9 10 329 191 10 58.1 2346 7.1 24 234.6 13 463 279 19 60.3 3115 6.7 22 239.6 11 359 231 10 64.3 2679 7.5 19 243.5 11 391 213 22 54.5 2689 6.9 19 244.5 11 336 216 9 64.3 2703 8.0 19 245.7

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

G 14 12 14 11 11 10 13 11 12 11

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

G Rushes Yards Avg. TD Yds/G 14 469 1626 3.5 17 116.1 10 368 1275 3.5 14 127.5 12 442 1673 3.8 17 139.4 13 498 1821 3.7 20 140.1 14 544 2007 3.7 14 143.4 11 421 1847 4.4 21 167.9 12 475 2346 4.9 16 195.5 11 474 2188 4.6 25 198.9 11 501 2519 5.0 28 229.0 11 446 3151 7.1 44 286.5

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

Att 699 539 557 453 444 405 464 374 345 444

Yds Avg TD Yds/G 3612 5.2 38 258.0 2887 5.4 27 240.6 3182 5.7 51 227.3 2124 4.7 23 193.1 2081 4.7 16 189.2 1769 4.4 18 176.9 1955 4.2 26 150.4 1389 3.7 11 126.3 1485 4.3 18 123.8 1341 3.0 14 121.9

G Rush Pass Plays 14 3182 3749 961 13 1955 4305 969 14 3612 2667 985 12 1485 3858 840 11 2124 2678 841 10 1769 2370 766 12 2887 1807 828 11 1389 2422 766 11 2081 1701 713 11 1341 1853 834

Yds Avg/P TD Yds/G 6931 7.2 85 495.1 6260 6.5 65 481.5 6279 6.4 60 448.5 5343 6.4 52 445.2 4802 5.7 44 436.5 4139 5.4 38 413.9 4694 5.7 44 391.2 3811 5.0 27 346.5 3782 5.3 32 343.8 3194 3.8 22 290.4

G Rush Pass Plys 14 1626 2699 938 14 2007 2943 1009 12 1673 2573 866 10 1275 2346 697 13 1821 3115 961 12 2346 2600 874 11 1847 2689 812 11 2188 2703 810 11 2519 2679 860 11 3151 2408 716

Yds Avg TD Yds/G 4325 4.6 30 308.9 4950 4.9 35 353.6 4246 4.9 30 353.8 3621 5.2 38 362.1 4936 5.1 42 379.7 4946 5.7 36 412.2 4536 5.6 40 412.4 4891 6.0 44 444.6 5198 6.0 47 472.5 5559 7.8 73 505.4

G Att Cmp Pct Int Yds TD Effic 14 404 258 63.9 16 3749 34 161.7 14 286 168 58.7 12 2667 22 154.1 13 505 292 57.8 12 4305 39 150.2 12 495 300 60.6 18 3858 34 141.5 11 388 242 62.4 10 2678 21 133.1 10 361 218 60.4 14 2370 20 126.1 11 269 153 56.9 9 1701 16 122.9 12 289 157 54.3 11 1807 17 118.6 11 392 194 49.5 16 2422 16 106.7 11 390 199 51.0 20 1853 8 87.4

Opponent 1st DOWNS G Rush Pass Pen Total 1. MSSU 10 79 100 18 197 2. PSU 14 81 118 24 223 3. UCM 12 117 101 13 231 4. MWSU 12 98 113 25 236 5. ESU 11 96 124 22 242 6. TSU 11 107 122 16 245 7. LU 11 133 99 18 250 8. NWMSU 14 102 135 25 262 9. FHSU 11 142 113 15 270 10. WU 13 110 145 22 277 PENALTIES 1. TSU 2. PSU 3. UCM 4. FHSU 5. MSSU 6. ESU 7. WU 8. NWMSU 9. MWSU 10. LU

G 11 14 12 11 10 11 13 14 12 11

No 64 86 76 66 71 67 96 93 86 102

Yds 567 724 625 588 553 620 751 885 865 904

Avg/G 51.5 51.7 52.1 53.5 55.3 56.4 57.8 63.2 72.1 82.2

PASS DEF EFFICIENCY G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Effic 1. PSU 14 469 226 26 48.2 2699 13 94.6 2. MWSU 12 424 235 21 55.4 2573 13 106.6 3. ESU 11 391 213 22 54.5 2689 19 117.0 4. UCM 12 399 212 12 53.1 2600 20 118.4 5. NWMSU 14 465 264 14 56.8 2943 21 118.8 6. WU 13 463 279 19 60.3 3115 22 124.2 7. MSSU 10 329 191 10 58.1 2346 24 135.9 8. FHSU 11 359 231 10 64.3 2679 19 138.9 9. TSU 11 336 216 9 64.3 2703 19 145.2 10. LU 11 270 161 10 59.6 2408 29 162.6

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

G 11 11 11 14 11 10 12 13 12 14

No 94 84 81 92 75 59 71 76 66 85

Yds 878 730 729 796 620 545 647 625 562 638

Avg/G 79.8 66.4 66.3 56.9 56.4 54.5 53.9 48.1 46.8 45.6

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

4TH-DN CONVERSIONS 1. UCM 2. NWMSU 3. MSSU 4. MWSU 5. WU 6. ESU 7. FHSU 8. LU 9. PSU TSU

G Conv 12 18 14 11 10 11 12 7 13 10 11 7 11 5 11 14 14 8 11 8

Att 29 21 23 15 24 18 13 37 24 24

Pct 62.1 52.4 47.8 46.7 41.7 38.9 38.5 37.8 33.3 33.3

G No. Yards Avg Ret Yds Avg Net/P 11 61 2602 42.7 149 2.4 9 37.3 12 51 2206 43.3 196 3.8 6 37.1 12 49 1932 39.4 61 1.2 3 37.0 14 45 1703 37.8 34 0.8 3 35.8 13 55 2147 39.0 129 2.3 5 34.9 11 64 2793 43.6 391 6.1 9 34.7 14 42 1643 39.1 110 2.6 4 34.6 11 62 2431 39.2 329 5.3 7 31.6 10 42 1352 32.2 158 3.8 2 27.5 11 74 2413 32.6 429 5.8 3 26.0

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

G Ret 14 51 14 48 10 43 12 42 12 48 11 41 13 48 11 54 11 73 11 54

Yds TD 1194 2 1114 2 955 1 860 1 981 0 830 0 969 0 1078 0 1433 2 984 0

Avg 23.4 23.2 22.2 20.5 20.4 20.2 20.2 20.0 19.6 18.2

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

G Conv 10 4 12 7 14 10 12 8 11 9 14 12 11 8 11 9 13 19 11 18

Att 19 28 30 24 20 26 17 18 35 32

Pct 21.1 25.0 33.3 33.3 45.0 46.2 47.1 50.0 54.3 56.2

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

G Ret 14 35 12 24 11 10 12 25 11 13 14 25 11 24 11 9 10 8 13 14

Yds TD 497 5 326 0 131 0 325 1 155 0 290 2 222 1 83 0 44 0 45 0

Avg 14.2 13.6 13.1 13.0 11.9 11.6 9.2 9.2 5.5 3.2

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

G Conv 14 83 13 92 14 81 12 71 10 65 11 64 12 60 11 52 11 54 11 60

Att 170 193 182 167 153 161 169 151 169 195

Pct 48.8 47.7 44.5 42.5 42.5 39.8 35.5 34.4 32.0 30.8

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

G Rush Pass Pen Total 14 199 101 21 321 14 158 145 12 315 13 92 190 22 304 12 72 175 16 263 11 117 123 16 256 10 96 117 17 230 12 139 67 22 228 11 68 108 18 194 11 97 77 15 189 11 79 79 27 185

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

G Conv 12 59 14 78 13 68 14 74 11 58 12 77 11 50 11 66 11 68 10 63

Att 180 225 193 209 155 194 123 162 165 143

Pct 32.8 34.7 35.2 35.4 37.4 39.7 40.7 40.7 41.2 44.1

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SACKS 1. PSU 2. MWSU 3. WU MSSU 5. NWMSU 6. UCM 7. TSU 8. ESU LU 10. FHSU

G Sacks Yards 14 41 279 12 39 214 13 33 177 10 33 225 14 30 150 12 22 127 11 21 145 11 17 83 11 17 133 11 14 73

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

G Sacks Yards 14 10 76 12 16 100 13 18 121 11 20 112 14 20 127 11 21 118 10 27 160 12 28 163 11 29 163 11 29 170

FIELD GOALS 1. MWSU 2. TSU 3. PSU 4. NWMSU 5. WU LU 7. UCM 8. FHSU 9. ESU 10. MSSU

G Made 12 28 11 15 14 18 14 11 13 12 11 3 12 9 11 10 11 8 10 6

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

G Made Att Pct 11 31 31 1.000 14 88 90 .978 11 43 44 .977 14 65 68 .956 10 36 38 .947 12 50 53 .943 12 44 47 .936 13 58 63 .921 11 22 27 .815 11 11 15 .733

Att Pct 29 .966 17 .882 21 .857 14 .786 16 .750 4 .750 14 .643 16 .625 14 .571 13 .462

TIME OF POSSESSION G Total Time Avg/G 1. LU 11 372:58 33:54 2. PSU 14 457:30 32:40 3. MSSU 10 317:02 31:42 4. MWSU 12 365:24 30:27 5. ESU 11 332:46 30:15 6. WU 13 380:23 29:15 7. UCM 12 349:19 29:06 8. NWMSU 14 392:18 28:01 9. FHSU 11 306:42 27:52 10. TSU 11 301:16 27:23

Individuals must have played in 75 percent of teams games RUSHING Team Cl G Att Yds Avg TD Long Yds/G 1. Hill,Michael MWSU JR 12 265 1305 4.9 8 48 108.8 2. Franklin,J. NWMSU SO 14 202 1332 6.6 24 92 95.1 3. Cooper,Justin WU SR 13 241 1172 4.9 17 74 90.2 4. Smith,Andre FHSU JR 11 177 963 5.4 5 83 87.5 5. Dickey,Zac PSU SR 14 210 1165 5.5 10 44 83.2 6. Simmons,J. NWMSU JR 14 140 957 6.8 14 43 68.4 7. Smith,Edward FHSU SO 11 136 748 5.5 6 74 68.0 8. Sumpter,Steven MSSU SO 10 151 679 4.5 7 65 67.9 9. Wilson,Briceton PSU JR 14 180 857 4.8 7 44 61.2 10. Page,LaDarrian ESU SR 11 95 624 6.6 6 50 56.7 PASSING/GAME Team Cl G Att Cmp 1. Corwin,Tommy UCM SR 12 479 293 2. Simoneau,Dane WU SR 13 482 280 3. Eckenrode,Tyler ESU JR 11 368 229 4. Clark,J.B. TSU SR 10 329 166 5. Howard,Collin MSSU SR 10 299 186 6. Dickey,Zac PSU SR 14 248 149 7. Adams,T. NWMSU SO 14 248 152 8. Redmond,Robert LU FR 9 249 140 9. Partridge,T. MWSU SO 12 277 150 10. Sheppard,Anthon FHSU JR 9 136 79

Int Pct. Yds TD Avg/G 18 61.2 3798 34 316.5 12 58.1 4089 38 314.5 9 62.2 2580 18 234.5 13 50.5 2038 13 203.8 10 62.2 2010 15 201.0 11 60.1 2290 17 163.6 11 61.3 2202 21 157.3 14 56.2 1278 6 142.0 11 54.2 1697 17 141.4 6 58.1 889 6 98.8

TOTAL OFFENSE Team Cl G Rush Pass Plays 1. Corwin,Tommy UCM SR 12 187 3798 543 2. Simoneau,Dane WU SR 13 -27 4089 523 3. Eckenrode,Tyler ESU JR 11 283 2580 468 4. Dickey,Zac PSU SR 14 1165 2290 458 5. Howard,Collin MSSU SR 10 173 2010 384 6. Clark,J.B. TSU SR 10 92 2038 394 7. Partridge,T. MWSU SO 12 520 1697 407 8. Adams,T. NWMSU SO 14 198 2202 309 9. Redmond,RobertLU FR 9 188 1278 338 10. Sheppard,AnthonFHSU JR 9 364 889 220

Total Yds/G 3985 332.1 4062 312.5 2863 260.3 3455 246.8 2183 218.3 2130 213.0 2217 184.8 2400 171.4 1466 162.9 1253 139.2

RECEPTIONS/GAME Team 1. Zerkel,Landon MSSU 2. Gregory,C. LU 3. Howard,Jamar UCM 4. Brown,Anthony TSU 5. Threat,Ne’Ronte MSSU 6. Cannon,David UCM Davis,RayRay ESU 8. Beard,DeJuan WU 9. Brown,John PSU 10. Garner,Ronnell WU

Cl G Rec Yds TD Long Avg/C Rec/G JR 10 77 1047 6 92 13.6 7.70 SR 11 71 791 5 65 11.1 6.45 JR 12 71 1199 13 71 16.9 5.92 SR 11 61 861 6 58 14.1 5.55 JR 10 52 557 9 72 10.7 5.20 JR 12 60 810 9 46 13.5 5.00 SO 10 50 540 4 42 10.8 5.00 SO 13 62 1029 15 58 16.6 4.77 SO 14 61 1216 12 78 19.9 4.36 SO 12 52 985 8 72 18.9 4.33

RECEIVE YDS/GAME 1. Zerkel,Landon 2. Howard,Jamar 3. Brown,John 4. Garner,Ronnell 5. Beard,DeJuan 6. Brown,Anthony 7. Gregory,C. 8. Cannon,David 9. Dyer,Taylor 10. Richardson,S

Team MSSU UCM PSU WU WU TSU LU UCM UCM ESU

Cl G Rec JR 10 77 JR 12 71 SO 14 61 SO 12 52 SO 13 62 SR 11 61 SR 11 71 JR 12 60 SR 12 46 JR 11 37

ALL PURPOSE 1. Brown,John 2. Simmons,J. 3. Threat,Ne’Ronte 4. Hill,Michael 5. Smith,Andre 6. Cooper,Justin 7. Fuller,Fred 8. Page,LaDarrian 9. Harvey,Donald 10. Franklin,J.

Team PSU NWMSU MSSU MWSU FHSU WU LU ESU TSU NWMSU

Cl G Rush Rcv PR KR Yds Avg/G SO 14 92 1216 369 616 2293 163.8 JR 14 957 443 167 554 2121 151.5 JR 10 208 557 0 656 1421 142.1 JR 12 1305 257 0 0 1562 130.2 JR 11 963 134 0 295 1392 126.5 SR 13 1172 331 0 0 1503 115.6 JR 9 50 87 123 767 1027 114.1 SR 11 624 250 30 308 1212 110.2 SR 11 459 165 0 581 1205 109.5 SO 14 1332 168 0 0 1500 107.1

Yds TD Long Avg/C Yds/G 1047 6 92 13.6 104.7 1199 13 71 16.9 99.9 1216 12 78 19.9 86.9 985 8 72 18.9 82.1 1029 15 58 16.6 79.2 861 6 58 14.1 78.3 791 5 65 11.1 71.9 810 9 46 13.5 67.5 733 5 57 15.9 61.1 644 9 69 17.4 58.5

INTERCEPTIONS Team Cl G Int Yds TD Long Int/G 1. Lohmann,Derek ESU JR 11 8 155 0 52 0.73 2. Dreiling,Nate PSU SO 14 8 29 0 10 0.57 3. Enyard,B. NWMSU FR 13 6 99 1 59 0.46 4. Fluellen,O’Hara LU SR 11 5 66 0 31 0.45 Gaddis,Kevin ESU JR 11 5 40 0 20 0.45 6. Simpson,Shane MWSU SR 12 5 127 1 55 0.42 Weston,Jeremy MWSU JR 12 5 70 0 30 0.42 8. Olabode,Elijah PSU SR 14 5 34 0 32 0.36 9. Pfannenstiel,Ma WU SR 13 4 27 0 16 0.31 10. Rogers,Brian MSSU JR 10 3 13 0 11 0.30

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PASS EFFICIENCY Team Cl G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Eff. 1. Adams,T. NWMSU SO 14 248 152 11 61.3 2202 21 154.9 2. Dickey,Zac PSU SR 14 248 149 11 60.1 2290 17 151.4 3. Simoneau,Dane WU SR 13 482 280 12 58.1 4089 38 150.4 4. Corwin,Tommy UCM SR 12 479 293 18 61.2 3798 34 143.7 5. Eckenrode,Tyler ESU JR 11 368 229 9 62.2 2580 18 132.4 6. Howard,Collin MSSU SR 10 299 186 10 62.2 2010 15 128.5 7. Webster,Kyle MSSU FR 10 34 20 2 58.8 195 3 124.4 8. Sheppard,Anthon FHSU JR 9 136 79 6 58.1 889 6 118.7 9. Partridge,T. MWSU SO 12 277 150 11 54.2 1697 17 117.9 10. Clark,J.B. TSU SR 10 329 166 13 50.5 2038 13 107.6 PUNT RETURN AVG Team Cl G Ret Yds TD Long Avg 1. Douglas,Marlon UCM SR 12 22 319 0 58 14.5 2. Brown,John PSU SO 14 27 369 2 84 13.7 3. Downing,Tarrell MWSU JR 12 16 197 1 72 12.3 4. Mundwiller,Andy TSU SR 10 18 131 0 58 7.3 KICK RETURN AVG Team Cl G Ret Yds TD Long Avg 1. Simmons,J. NWMSU JR 14 18 554 2 98 30.8 2. Threat,Ne’Ronte MSSU JR 10 25 656 1 90 26.2 3. Brown,John PSU SO 14 24 616 1 100 25.7 4. Fancher,Mark WU SO 13 24 612 0 53 25.5 5. Shaw,T. NWMSU JR 14 19 473 0 71 24.9 6. Fuller,Fred LU JR 9 31 767 2 90 24.7 7. Thomas,Jon PSU SR 14 17 400 1 91 23.5 8. Downing,Tarrell MWSU JR 12 16 376 1 88 23.5 9. Harvey,Donald TSU SR 11 25 581 0 43 23.2 10. Page,LaDarrian ESU SR 11 14 308 0 39 22.0 PUNTING Team Cl G Punt Yds Long Avg 1. Kosjer,Ethan FHSU SR 11 62 2752 77 44.4 2. Groner,Scott MWSU JR 12 50 2193 80 43.9 3. Phillips,Eric TSU JR 10 55 2361 75 42.9 4. Hummert,Aaron WU FR 13 38 1522 67 40.1 5. Jordan,Matt UCM JR 12 49 1932 55 39.4 6. Chilson,Tyler ESU SR 11 61 2400 66 39.3 7. Craig,Jake PSU SO 14 42 1643 68 39.1 8. Goodburn,K. NWMSU FR 14 43 1612 65 37.5 9. Blanton,Josh LU SO 11 57 2073 68 36.4 10. Montee,Cody MSSU FR 10 31 1113 62 35.9 SCORING 1. Franklin,J. 2. Zuerlein,Greg 3. Simmons,J. 4. Adolf,T. 5. McCoy,Chase 6. Cooper,Justin 7. Brown,John 8. Linn,Jeremy 9. Beard,DeJuan 10. Howard,Jamar

Team Cl G NWMSU SO 14 MWSU SR 10 NWMSU JR 14 NWMSU JR 14 PSU SR 14 WU SR 13 PSU SO 14 WU JR 13 WU SO 13 UCM JR 12

TD 25 0 21 0 0 18 18 0 15 13

XPT FG 2XP Pts Pts/G 0 0 0 150 10.7 38 23 0 107 10.7 0 0 0 126 9.0 88 11 0 121 8.6 65 18 0 119 8.5 0 0 0 108 8.3 0 0 2 110 7.9 57 12 0 93 7.2 0 0 0 90 6.9 0 0 0 78 6.5

SCORING (TDs) Team Cl G TD Rush Pass Ret PAT Pts Pts/G 1. Franklin,J. NWMSU SO 14 25 24 1 0 0 150 10.7 2. Simmons,J. NWMSU JR 14 21 14 4 3 0 126 9.0 3. Cooper,Justin WU SR 13 18 17 1 0 0 108 8.3 4. Brown,John PSU SO 14 18 3 12 3 1 110 7.9 5. Beard,DeJuan WU SO 13 15 0 15 0 0 90 6.9 6. Howard,Jamar UCM JR 12 13 0 13 0 0 78 6.5 7. Hill,Michael MWSU JR 12 12 8 4 0 0 72 6.0 Threat,Ne’Ronte MSSU JR 10 10 0 9 1 0 60 6.0 9. Taylor,LaVance UCM FR 12 10 7 3 0 0 60 5.0 10. Richardson,S ESU JR 11 9 0 9 0 0 54 4.9 SCORING (KICK) Team Cl G PATs FGs Pts Pts/G 1. Zuerlein,Greg MWSU SR 10 38-40 23-24 107 10.7 2. Adolf,T. NWMSU JR 14 88-90 11-14 121 8.6 3. McCoy,Chase PSU SR 14 65-68 18-21 119 8.5 4. Linn,Jeremy WU JR 13 57-62 12-16 93 7.2 5. Koon,Derek TSU SO 11 22-27 15-17 67 6.1 6. Jamieson,Aaron UCM JR 11 44-46 7-12 65 5.9 7. King,Zak ESU SR 10 40-40 6-11 58 5.8 8. Kimbrough,Tyler FHSU JR 11 31-31 10-16 61 5.5 9. Murdock,Eric MSSU FR 9 21-22 5-9 36 4.0 10. Herndon,Dallas MSSU JR 10 15-16 1-4 18 1.8

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///////// FIELD GOALS Team Cl G FG FGA Pct. FG/G 1. Zuerlein,Greg MWSU SR 10 23 24 95.8 2.30 2. Koon,Derek TSU SO 11 15 17 88.2 1.36 3. McCoy,Chase PSU SR 14 18 21 85.7 1.29 4. Linn,Jeremy WU JR 13 12 16 75.0 0.92 5. Kimbrough,Tyler FHSU JR 11 10 16 62.5 0.91 6. Adolf,T. NWMSU JR 14 11 14 78.6 0.79 7. Jamieson,Aaron UCM JR 11 7 12 58.3 0.64 8. King,Zak ESU SR 10 6 11 54.5 0.60 9. Murdock,Eric MSSU FR 9 5 9 55.6 0.56 10. Gebhardt,Zach UCM SO 12 2 2 100.0 0.17 FIELD GOAL PCT Team Cl G FG FGA LNG Pct. 1. Zuerlein,Greg MWSU SR 10 23 24 58 95.8 PAT KICKING Team Cl G FG FGA Pct. 1. King,Zak ESU SR 10 40 40 100.0 Kimbrough,Tyler FHSU JR 11 31 31 100.0 3. Adolf,T. NWMSU JR 14 88 90 97.8 4. Jamieson,Aaron UCM JR 11 44 46 95.7 5. McCoy,Chase PSU SR 14 65 68 95.6 6. Murdock,Eric MSSU FR 9 21 22 95.5 7. Zuerlein,Greg MWSU SR 10 38 40 95.0 8. Linn,Jeremy WU JR 13 57 62 91.9 9. Koon,Derek TSU SO 11 22 27 81.5

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 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 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 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

TACKLES Team Cl G Pos Solo Ast Total Avg Sack 1. Whitehill,Alex FHSU SR 11 LB 58 106 164 14.9 0.5 2. Schumacher,R. TSU JR 11 DB 66 64 130 11.8 1.0 3. Dreiling,Nate PSU SO 14 LB 51 88 139 9.9 3.0 4. Curran,Casey WU SR 13 53 66 119 9.2 0.0 5. Kilgore,C. NWMSU SR 14 LB 56 67 123 8.8 2.5 6. Rogers,Brian MSSU JR 10 53 34 87 8.7 1.0 7. Lewis,Patrick UCM JR 12 DB 51 53 104 8.7 0.0 8. Taylor,Jahmil WU JR 13 LB 55 57 112 8.6 4.0 9. Allison,Korey FHSU SR 11 DB 41 48 89 8.1 0.5 11. Atagi,Bryce WU SO 13 LB 48 53 101 7.8 3.5 17. Pfannenstiel,Ma WU SR 13 LB 43 47 90 6.9 2.0 22. Williams,Willie WU SO 13 LB 32 51 83 6.4 0.5 50. Palan-Johnson,D WU SR 13 DE 28 29 57 4.4 7.0 SACKS Team 1. Bass,David MWSU 2. Williams,Brando MSSU 3. Toca,Gus PSU 4. Pister,Ben MWSU 5. Worthington,S. PSU 6. Phillips,Ryon MSSU Smith,Kenny MSSU 8. Perry,Kyle FHSU 9. Palan-Johnson,D WU 10. Baska,Austin MWSU

Cl JR JR JR JR SR FR JR JR SR FR

G Pos Solo Ast Yds Total Avg/G 12 13 3 66 14.5 1.21 9 7 2 55 8.0 0.89 14 DL 10 2 76 11.0 0.79 12 8 1 56 8.5 0.71 14 DL 7 4 55 9.0 0.64 10 4 4 39 6.0 0.60 10 4 4 35 6.0 0.60 11 DL 6 1 37 6.5 0.59 13 DE 7 0 39 7.0 0.54 12 6 0 46 6.0 0.50

TACKLES FOR LOSS 1. Williams,Brando 2. Bass,David 3. Phillips,Ryon 4. Knox,Vonques 5. Toca,Gus 6. Smith,Kenny 7. Dreiling,Nate 8. Pister,Ben 9. Palan-Johnson,D 10. Perry,Kyle

Cl JR JR FR FR JR JR SO JR SR JR

G Pos Solo Ast Yds Total Avg 9 13 6 78 16.0 1.78 12 18 4 85 20.0 1.67 10 13 5 70 15.5 1.55 10 13 2 64 14.0 1.40 14 DL 16 6 99 19.0 1.36 10 8 10 56 13.0 1.30 14 LB 10 14 47 17.0 1.21 12 11 7 77 14.5 1.21 13 DE 13 5 71 15.5 1.19 11 DL 11 4 51 13.0 1.18

Team MSSU MWSU MSSU LU PSU MSSU PSU MWSU WU FHSU

FUMBLES FORCED 1. Knox,Vonques 2. Toca,Gus 3. Dreitz,Nick 4. Lewis,Patrick 5. Williams,Willie 6. Hughes,Paul 7. Lorenson,J. 8. McMillan,R. Murdock,Sherod 10. Hickel,Layton

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Team Cl G Num Avg/G LU FR 10 3 0.30 PSU JR 14 4 0.29 FHSU SR 11 3 0.27 UCM JR 12 3 0.25 WU SO 13 3 0.23 UCM FR 9 2 0.22 NWMSU SR 14 3 0.21 LU SO 10 2 0.20 FHSU SO 10 2 0.20 FHSU JR 11 2 0.18

FUMBLES RCVD Team Cl 1. Burgess,Wayne ESU SR 2. Hickel,Layton FHSU JR 3. DeJong,N. NWMSU JR 4. Kenney,Calvin WU FR 5. Moore,Riyadh ESU FR 6. Smith,Matthew TSU SO Jones,Kamrhan ESU FR Abbate,Nic TSU SO Whitcher,Kyle TSU JR Burton,Aaron FHSU JR

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Records History

PASSES DEFENDED Team Cl G Brup Int Total Avg/G 1. Fluellen,O’Hara LU SR 11 8 6 14 1.27 Paul,Kedron FHSU JR 11 12 2 14 1.27 3. Burgess,Wayne ESU SR 11 11 2 13 1.18 4. Olabode,Elijah PSU SR 14 11 5 16 1.14 5. Dreiling,Nate PSU SO 14 6 7 13 0.93 6. Lohmann,Derek ESU JR 11 2 8 10 0.91 7. Matlock,Breon MSSU FR 10 8 1 9 0.90 8. Broades,CJ MSSU JR 10 8 0 8 0.80 9. Peete,Jason PSU FR 14 8 3 11 0.79 10. Hughes,Paul UCM FR 9 7 0 7 0.78

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

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

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

1994 PSU TSU MWSU UCM MSSU UMR ESU WU SBU NWMSU

MIAA Overall 9 0 0 1.000 10 1 0 .909 7 2 0 .778 8 3 0 .727 6 3 0 .667 8 3 0 .727 6 3 0 .667 7 3 0 .700 5 4 0 .556 5 5 0 .500 4 4 1 .500 5 5 1 .500 4 5 0 .444 5 5 0 .500 2 7 0 .222 2 8 0 .200 1 7 1 .167 1 8 1 .150 0 9 0 .000 0 11 0 .000

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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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 PSU, 2004 (15 gms) Highest Scoring Average Season: 55.8 PSU, 2004 (837 pts. in 15 games) Most Touchdowns Scored Game: 15 MSU vs. SBU, 9-24-27 Season: 116 PSU, 2004 (15 gms.) Most Conversions Made Kicking Game: 13 PSU vs. Mo. Sci. & Tech., 9-25-04 Season: 109 PSU, 2004 (15 gms.) Most 2-Point Conversions Made Game: 5 ESU vs. Mo. Sci. & Tech., 11-8-97 Season: 13 ESU, 1997 (11 games) Most Field Goals Made Game: 6 UCM vs. SEMSU, 11-2-85 Season: 28 MWSU, 2011 (12 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 PSU, 2004 (15 games) Most First Downs Rushing Game: 29 Mo. Sci. & Tech. vs. LU, 10-25-86 Season: 254 PSU, 2004 (15 games) Most First Downs Passing Game: 25 ESU vs NWMSU, 11-7-92 Season: 229 UCM, 2010 (14 games) TOTAL OFFENSE Most Total Offensive Plays Game: 126 SBU vs. TSU, 10-6-07 Season: 1,077 NWMSU, 1999 (15 games) Most Yards Total Offense Game: 809 PSU vs. Mo. Sci. & Tech., 9-25-04 Season: 8976 PSU, 2004 (15g) RUSHING Most Rushing Attempts Game: 87 PSU vs. UCM, 10-14-89 Season: 941 PSU, 1991 (15 games) Most Yards Gained Rushing Game: 627 NWMSU vs. ESU, 11-7-92 Season: 5320 PSU, 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 PSU, 2004 (730-5320 yards) Most Touchdowns Rushing Game: 9 WU vs. LU, 9-9-00; PSU vs. Southwestern Assemblies of God (Texas), 8-25-01 Season: 68 PSU, 2004 (15 games)

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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 UCM, 2010 (14 games) Highest Average Per Attempt Season: 10.69 PSU, 2004 (342-3656 yards) Most Pass Completions Game: 47 Mo. Sci. & Tech. vs. MWSU, 11-15-03 Season: 451 UCM, 2010 (14 games) Highest Average Per Completion Season: 21.2 NWMSU, 1992 (35-743 yards) Highest Completion Percentage Season: 71.3 UCM, 2005 (196-of-275, 2298 yds.) Most Yards Gained Passing Game: 547 UCM at Illinois State (9-2-10) Season: 5,311 UCM, 2010 (14 games) Most Touchdowns Passing Game: 7 PSU vs. Oklahoma Panhandle State, 9-9-06 Season: 47 UCM, 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 PSU, 1995 (14 games) Highest Average Punt Return (min. 2/game) Season: 20.3 NWMSU, 1966 (21-426 yards) Most Punt Returns for Touchdowns Game: 2 Four times, most recently: UCM vs. TSU, 9-17-05 Season: 5 PSU, 2011 (14 games) 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 SBU, 2000 (11 games) Highest Average Kickoff Return (min. 3/game) Season: 26.4 MWSU, 2010 (47-1,241 yds.) Most Kickoff Returns for Touchdowns Game: 2 TSU vs. PSU, 11-2-02; FHSU at Western State, 8-29-09

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2 12 times, most recently: PSU, 2011 (14 games)

FUMBLES Most Fumbles Game: 11 Mo. Sci. & Tech. vs. NWMSU, 10-29-55; SBU vs. MSSU, 9-30-00 Season: 54 NWMSU, 1988 (11 games) Most Fumbles Lost Game: 8 SBU vs. MSSU, 9-30-00 Season: 34 SBU, 2000 (11 games) Fewest Fumbles Season: 7 TSU, 1997 (10 games) Fewest Fumbles Lost Season: 3 TSU, 1997 (10 games) PENALTIES Most Penalties Game: 19 six times, most recently: UCM vs. Quincy (Ill.), 8-28-99 Season: 136 NWMSU, 2004 (13 games) Most Yards Penalized Game: 185 UCM vs. Eastern Illinois, 10-4-69 Season: 1146 NWMSU, 2004 (13 games) Fewest Penalties Game: 0 Several Times Season: 36 Mo. Sci. & Tech., 1990 (10 games) Fewest Yards Penalized Game: 0 Several Times Season: 278 Mo. Sci. & Tech., 1964 (9 games) TOTAL DEFENSE Most Plays by an Opponent Game: 126 TSU vs. SBU, 10-6-07 Season: 1,056 NWMSU, 2007 (14 games) Fewest Total Yards Allowed Game: 10 PSU vs. Bacone (Okla.), 9-8-01 (-38 rush, 48 pass) Season: 1,715 Mo. Sci. & Tech., 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 Mo. Sci. & Tech., 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 NWMSU, 2006 (15 games) Most Field Goals Blocked Game: 2 PSU vs. Friends, 9-7-91; MWSU vs. PSU, 9-20-08 Season: 5 NWMSU, 1989 RUSHING DEFENSE Fewest Rushing Attempts Allowed Game: 11 TSU vs. Minnesota State-Mankato, 8-24-06 Season 294 Mo. Sci. & Tech., 1949 (8 games)

2011 MIAA Overall PSU 8 1 .889 13 1 .926 NWMSU 7 2 .778 11 3 .785 WU 7 2 .778 10 3 .769 MWSU 7 2 .778 9 3 .750 UCM 6 3 .667 8 4 .750 ESU 3 6 .333 5 6 .455 FHSU 3 6 .333 4 7 .364 TSU 2 7 .223 4 7 .364 MSSU 2 7 .223 3 7 .300 LU 0 9 .000 1 9 .100 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

Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed Game: -74 NWMSU vs. SBU, 9-29-07 Season: 346 Mo. Sci. & Tech., 1980 (10 games) Fewest Rushing Touchdowns Allowed Season: 1 NWMSU, 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 Mo. Sci. & Tech., 1980 (10 games) PASSING DEFENSE Fewest Passing Attempts Allowed Game: 1 Mo. Sci. & Tech. vs. NWMSU, 10-13-90 Season: 94 Mo. Sci. & Tech., 1955 (9 games) Fewest Passing Completions Allowed Game: 0 five times, most recently: MWSU vs. PSU, 9-22-01 Season: 30 Mo. Sci. & Tech., 1951 (8 games) Fewest Passing Yards Allowed Game: 0 five times, most recently: MWSU vs. PSU, 9-22-01 Season: 456 Mo. Sci. & Tech., 1951 (8 games) Fewest Passing Touchdowns Allowed Season: 0 NWMSU, 1931 (9 games) Fewest Passing First Downs Allowed Game: 0 nine times, most recently: PSU vs. Oklahoma Panhandle, 9 9-06 Season: 42 NWMSU, 1967 (9 games) Lowest Completion Percentage Allowed Season: 32.8 Mo. Sci. & Tech., 1952 (38-116, 8 games) INTERCEPTIONS Most Interceptions Game: 8 three times, most recently: SEMSU vs. UCM, 10-1-88 Season: 35 Mo. Sci. & Tech., 1978 (11 games) Most Interceptions Returned for Touchdowns Game: 2 PSU vs. Bacone (Okla.), 9-8-01; ESU vs. UCO, 9-8-07; NWMSU vs. West Texas A&M, 11-24-07 Season: 5 WU, 2007 (12 games) SCORING DEFENSE Fewest Points Allowed Season: 6 NWMSU, 1931 (9 games) Lowest Opponent Scoring Average Season: 0.7 NWMSU, 1931 (9 games) Most Shutouts Season: 8 NWMSU, 1931 (9 games) FREQUENCIES Most Victories Season: 15 Most Defeats Season: 11

NWMSU, 1998 NWMSU, 1978 & 1994; LU, 1976 & 1981; Mo. Sci. & Tech., 1998, 1999, 2002, 2003; SBU 2007

Most 300-plus Rushing Games Season: 12 PSU, 2004 (15 games)

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///////// Most 300-plus Passing Games Season: 11 UCM, 2010 (14 games) CONSECUTIVES Most Consecutive Victories 27 TSU, 1931-35 Most Consecutive Games Without A Defeat 27 TSU, 1931-35 (27-0-0) Most Consecutive Defeats 31 Mo. Sci. & Tech., 2001-03 Most Consecutive Games Without Being Shutout 240 UCM, 9-21-91 to present Most Consecutive Shutouts Posted 7 NWMSU, 1931 Most Consecutive Games Without a Tie 333 TSU, 10-14-78 to present Most Consecutive Conference Wins 49 NWMSU, 11-5-05 to 10-1-11 Most Conference Games Without a Defeat 49 NWMSU, 11-5-05 to 10-1-11 Most Consecutive Winning Seasons 20 PSU, 1989-2009 Most Consecutive Games Scoring 40-plus Points 10 PSU, 8-26 to 10-30-04 Most Consecutive Games, 300-plus Rushing 9 PSU, 9-4 to 10-30-04 Most Consecutive Games, 300-plus Passing 7 TSU, 10-19-85 to 9-6-86

Individual Records

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 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 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 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 Most Consecutive Point-After Kicks Made Season: 73 Luis Berlanga, NWMSU, 8-28-04 to 11-27-04 Career: 123 Nathan Alleman, PSU, 10-8-05 to 12-2-06 Most Two-Point Conversions Made Game: 2 Jarett Vito, ESU vs. TSU, 11-4-95 Season: 4 Ronald Moore, PSU, 1992; Jarett Vito, ESU, 1995 & 1997; Brian Shay, ESU, 1996 Career: 10 Jarett Vito, ESU, 1995-98 Most Field Goals Attempted Game: 6 Steve Huff, UCM vs. SEMSU, 11-2-85 Season: 27 David Purnell, NWMSU 1999 Career: 109 Mike Wood, SEMSU, 1974-77 Most Field Goals Made Game: 6 Steve Huff, UCM vs. SEMSU, 11-2-85 Season: 23 Greg Zuerlein, MWSU 2011 Career: 64 Mike Wood, SEMSU, 1974-77 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) Most Consecutive Field Goals Made 21 Greg Zuerlein, MWSU 9-22-11 to 11-19-11

Most Points Scored by a Placekicker Game: 19 Steve Huff, UCM vs. SEMSU, 11-2-85 (6 FG, 1 PAT); Greg Zuerlein, MWSU vs. LU, 10-8-11 (3 FG, 10 PAT) Season: 123 David Purnell, NWMSU 1999 (18 FG, 69 PAT) Career: 401 Nathan Alleman, PSU 2003-06 (29 FG, 314 PAT) 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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.) 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.) 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 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 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 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) 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: 45 Jake Soy, NWMSU, 2008-11 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 Most Touchdowns on Interception Returns Game: 1 Several Players Season: 2 14 times; Most Recently: Paul Robinson, PSU, 2011 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: 1,895 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

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) 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.) Most Touchdowns on Punt Returns Game: 2 Kevin Nickerson, UCM vs. Quincy (Ill.), 9-9-00; RoShawn Marshall, UCM vs. TSU, 9-17-05 Season: 4 RoShawn Marshall, UCM, 2005 Career: 8 Kevin Nickerson, UCM, 1998-2001 KICKOFF RETURNS Most Kickoff Returns Game: 10 Phil Kenney, TSU vs. MSSU, 11-3-07 Season: 42 Bobby Yates, UCM, 1990 Career: 99 Joe Wingate, NWMSU, 1970-73 Highest Average Per Kickoff Return Season (min. 15 ret.): 31.7 Karl Evans, MSSU, 1992 (18-571 yards) Career (min. 30 ret.): 30.0 Karl Evans, MSSU, 1991-92 (32-959 yards) Most Touchdowns on Kickoff Returns Game: 2 Jason Douglas, TSU, 11-2-02 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. UCO, 9-9-07 Longest Punt Return 97 Frank Ricchi, Mo. Sci. & Tech. vs. NWMSU, 1949 Longest Kickoff Return 100 16 times, most recently: John Brown, PSU vs. WU, 11-5-11 Longest Fumble Return 100 Robert Spinks, MSSU vs. TSU, 10-2-04

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS Most All-Purpose Yards Game: 469 Brian Shay, ESU vs. WU, 10-30-97 Season: 3,400 Ronald Moore, PSU 1992 Career: 9,301 Brian Shay, ESU, 1995-98

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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)

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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. Dane Simoneau, WU 2011 4089 482-280 58.1 4. Chris Greisen, NWMSU 1998 4076 451-280 62.1 5. Blake Bolles, NWMSU 2010 3846 459-289 62.2 6. Chris Hegg, TSU 1985 3782 503-284 56.5 7. Josh Lamberson, NWMSU 2005 3766 486-324 66.7 8. John McMenamin, NWMSU 2002 3583 491-296 60.3 9. Mike Garrison, FHSU 2010 3513 420-250 59.5 10. Dane Simoneau, WU 2010 3459 374-223 59.6

TDs 92 107 81 70 74 61 61 55 38 59 Yds. 493 493 479 477 473 473 TDs 46 42 38 38 30 32 33 28 25 33

CAREER PASSING Player, School, Yrs. Yds. 1. Eric Czerniewski, UCM 2006-10 12,847 2. Dane Simoneau, WU 2008-11 11,291 3. Drew Newhart, MWSU 2007-10 10,691 4. Kasey Waterman, MWSU 1998-2001 10,025 5. Eric Howe, TSU 1998-2001 9097 6. Adam Hinspeter, MSSU 2005-2008 9016 7. Blake Bolles, NWMSU, 2007-2010 8668 8. Chris Greisen, NWMSU 1995-98 7457 9. Josh Lamberson, NWMSU 2002-05 7365 10. Paul Kaiser, UCM 1993-95, 1997 7233

Att.-C. 1678-1043 1295-751 1348-817 1304-730 1203-687 1368-842 995-662 853-500 873-575 982-513

Pct. TDs 62.2 107 58.0 102 60.1 95 56.0 98 57.1 70 61.5 61 66.5 79 58.6 68 65.8 65 52.2 58

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 5. Sam Sissom, WU vs. Colorado Mines, 8-27-05 231 7 33.0 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. Jake Soy, NWMSU 2008-2011 3687 222 16.6 45 4. Andrew Blakley, TSU 1999-2002 3458 300 11.5 22 5. Sam Sissom, WU 2002-06* 3288 191 17.2 40 6. Kendall Wright, NWMSU 2005-08 3253 243 13.4 21 7. Lester McCoy, ESU 1997-2000 3234 193 16.8 33 8. Steve Hansley, NWMSU 1983-85 3118 196 15.9 26 9. Michael Dritlein, WU 1992-95 3103 170 18.3 18 10. Andre Rector, NWMSU 2002-05 3049 213 14.3 18 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 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

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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

Interceptions 14 11 11 11 10 9 8 8 8 8 8

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. Dane Simoneau, WU 2011 4062 4089 6. Andy Majors, PSU 2005 4028 3065 7. Tommy Corwin, UCM 2011 3985 3798 8. Mike Garrison, FHSU 2010 3960 3513 9. Chris Hegg, TSU 1985 3782 3741 10. Josh Lamberson, NWMSU 2005 3748 3766 CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE Player, School, Yr. Total Pass 1. Eric Czerniewski, UCM, 2006-10* 12,978 12,847 2. Dane Simoneau, WU 2007-11 11,148 11,291 3. Drew Newhart, MWSU 2007-10 10,594 10,691 4. Neal Philpot, PSU 2001-04 10,168 5831 5. Kasey Waterman, MWSU 1998-2001 10,056 10,025 6. Blake Bolles, NWMSU 2007-10 9254 8537 7. Eric Howe, TSU 1998-2001 9040 9097 8. Adam Hinspeter, MSSU 2005-08 8881 9016 9. Josh Chapman, MSSU 1999-2002 8801 5568 10. Matt Ticich, TSU 2006-08 8509 7011 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. James Franklin, NWMSU 2011 150 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 !=Top career kick scorer *= career includes medical hardship season

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 David Bass, MWSU 2009-pr. 10. Sean Paddock, NWMSU 2006-09

Sacks 46 41 32.5 32 29 29 29 29 29 27

Single season Sacks Player, School, Yr. 1. Troy Wilson, PSU 1991 2. Kevin Patterson, SBU 1986 3. Eric McDowell, MWSU 2003 4. David Bass, MWSU 2011 5. Milt Sanderman, UCM 1984 Ben Peterson, PSU 1998 7. Dave Tollefson, NWMSU 2005 8. Al Fulton, TSU 1972 Elijah Lockhart, TSU 1982 Karl Burrell, ESU 1992 Patrick Cook, ESU 1995

Sacks 23.0 15.5 15.0 14.5 14.0 14.0 12.5 12.0 12.0 12.0 12.0

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 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

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ABOUT THE MIAA

///////// The Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association, a 15-member conference of NCAA Division II institutions in Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and Oklahoma, was first organized in 1912 as the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association. Over the past 100 years, the MIAA has gained the reputation of being one of the top NCAA Division II conferences in the nation. MIAA student-athletes have won 16 NCAA team championships and, since 1964, more than 160 individual national titles. The MIAA currently conducts championships in eight sports for men and nine for women. For the men, champions are crowned in football, cross country, basketball, indoor and outdoor track & field, baseball, tennis and golf. The women compete for titles in volleyball, cross country, soccer, basketball, indoor and outdoor track & field, softball, golf and tennis. The MIAA turned a new page on July 1, 1992, when the NCAA Division II conference changed its name from the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association to the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association. The decision to make the change originated in 1989, when Pittsburg State University and Washburn University became the first schools outside the state of Missouri to gain membership in the MIAA. The conference was first organized in 1912 with 14 member institutions. Of those original members, the University of Central Missouri, Truman State University, and Northwest Missouri State University still remain a part of the MIAA. The first change in membership came in 1924, when the MIAA reorganized to include only the five regional Missouri state colleges: Central, Truman, Northwest, Southeast Missouri State University and Missouri State. Over the next 56 years, three schools joined the membership: the Missouri S&T in 1935, Lincoln University in 1970, and the University of MissouriSt. Louis in 1980. The 1980s brought the biggest changes in the conference. In 1981, Southwest Missouri State University opted to move to NCAA Division I and the MIAA appointed its first full-time commissioner, Ken Jones, in July. He would be in the position for 16 years, retiring in 1997. Former Gulf South and Metro commissioner Ralph McFillen succeeded Jones, serving 10 years before his retirement in 2007. Jim Johnson succeeded McFillen in July of that year and served as commissioner until September of 2010. Dr. Bob Boerigter succeeded Johnson in September 2010. Southwest Baptist University brought membership back to eight schools in 1986, before the major expansion of the conference in 1989. Pittsburg State, Washburn, Missouri Southern State University and Missouri Western State University, formerly members of the Central States Intercollegiate Conference, began competition in the 1989-90 season. Southeast Missouri State left the MIAA following the 1990-91 season to move on to NCAA Division I, and was replaced by Emporia State University in the 1991-92 season. An assistant to the commissioner for compliance and internal operations/SWA position was added in 2005 and Amber Feldman has held it since 2011. Larry House joined the staff in August 2007 as coordinator of external affairs, and is now the assistant commissioner for championships and business development. The membership of the MIAA dropped to 11 schools, with the departure of Missouri-St. Louis in 1996 and Missouri-Rolla in 2005, the forfeiture of membership by Lincoln in 1999, the addition of Fort Hays State University in 2006 and the University of Nebraska Omaha in 2008, the re-joining of Lincoln in 2010, and the departure of Nebraska Omaha in 2011. On July 29, 2010, the MIAA CEO Council voted to extend invitations to the University of Central Oklahoma and Northeastern State University to become members of the league, and on September 24, 2010, it voted to extend invitations to the University of Nebraska-Kearney and Lindenwood University to become conference institutions, beginning in 2012-13.

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Amber Feldman

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Larry House

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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. 23,218 124 miles University of Central Oklahoma x x x x x x x x x x x x 17,101 Edmond, Okla. 81,405 279 miles Emporia State University x x x x x x x x x x x x x 6,258 Emporia, Kan. 24,916 59 miles Fort Hays State University x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 9,000 Hays, Kan. 20,510 207 miles Lincoln University x x x x x x x x x x x x 3,224 Jefferson City, Mo. 43,079 222 miles Lindenwood University x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 8,787 St. Charles, Mo. 65,794 290 miles Missouri Southern State University x x x x x x x x x x x x 5,740 Joplin, Mo. 50,150 217 miles Missouri Western State University x x x x x x x x x x 6,134 St. Joseph, Mo. 76,780 101 miles University of Nebraska at Kearney x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 6,500 Kearney, Neb. 30,787 296 miles Northeastern Okla. State University x x x x x x x x x 6,964 Tahlequah, Okla. 15, 753 272 miles Northwest Missouri State University x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 7,200 Maryville, Mo. 11,972 141 miles Pittsburg State University x x x x x x x x x x x 7,127 Pittsburg, Kan. 20,233 172 miles Southwest Baptist University x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 3,536 Bolivar, Mo. 10,325 198 miles Truman State University x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 6,000 Kirksville, Mo. 17,505 221 miles Washburn University x x x x x x x x x x 7,300 Topeka, Kan. 127,473 --

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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 2012 Pittsburg State

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 8-1 13-1

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. 15 1984, 1989, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 1997, 1998, 2009 Pittsburg St. 17 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2011 1992, 2011 Southwest Baptist 0 Truman 4 1982, 90, 92, 94 Washburn 3 2005, 2007, 2011 *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

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Year Teams 1983 1984 1 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 2 1990 2 1991 1 1992 2

Schools NWMSU

NWMSU, PSU PSU, TSU PSU PSU, TSU

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 2011 3

Schools ESU, PSU NWMSU, PSU NWMSU, PSU, WU MWSU, NWMSU NWMSU, WU NWMSU, PSU, UNO NWMSU UCM, NWMSU, MWSU NWMSU, PSU, WU

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Ra’Shawn Mosley

Trent Hearn

Ra’Shawn Mosley

Dino DeLisa

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.) Yards Per Carry Career Game Avg. • 96.3, Dino DeLisa, 1983-85 (29/2,794) Season Game Avg. • 118.5, Dino DeLisa, 1983 (10/1,185)

Justin Cooper

Touchdowns Career • 48, Trent Hearn, 2003-06 Season • 20, Trent Hearn, 2005 By a sr. • 17, Justin Cooper, 2011 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

Les Williams

Trent Hearn Career Rushing Leaders Career Leaders 1. Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004-07 (freshman) (sophomore) (junior) (senior) 2. Trent Hearn, 2003-06 3. Dino DeLisa, 1983-85 4. Justin Cooper, 2007-11 5. Les Williams, 1986-90 6. Brandon Rainer, 1998-2001 7. Brandon Walker, 2005-08 8. Vershon Moore, 2009-10 9. Leroy Harmon, 1945-49 10. Willie Sapp, 1995-97 11. Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 12. Art Fletcher, 1946-49 13. Bill Baker, 1951-53 14. Kevin McCormick, 1969-71 15. Brent Cripps, 1974-77

Yards Att. Avg 3,416 602 5.7 1,084 215 5.0 443 78 5.7 690 100 6.9 1,199 209 5.7 3,154 679 4.6 2,794 665 4.2 2,682 607 4.4 2,209 522 4.2 2,171 457 4.8 2,015 437 4.6 1,968 337 5.8 1,927 1,816 322 5.6 1,790 422 4.0 1,698 1,670 299 5.6 1,581 472 3.4 1,480 420 3.6

TD 34 11 4 7 12 48 29 32 19 31 21 19

Season Rushing Leaders Season Leaders 1. Trent Hearn, 2005 2. Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2007 3. Dino DeLisa, 1983 4. Justin Cooper, 2011 5. Trent Hearn, 2003 6. Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004 7 Vershon Moore, 2010 8. Art Fletcher, 1948 9. Vershon Moore, 2009 10. Les Williams, 1988 11. Phil Brooks, 1989 12. Dino DeLisa, 1985 13. Kevin McCormick, 1971 14. Willie Sapp, 1997 15. Greg Lane, 1990

Yards 1,203 1,199 1,185 1,172 1,116 1,084 1,007 979 961 947 936 888 862 819 772

TD 20 12 14 17 16 11 11

Att. 224 209 262 241 235 215 181 180 156 206 188 215 172 146 178

Avg 5.4 5.7 4.5 4.9 4.8 5.0 5.6 5.4 6.1 4.6 5.0 4.1 5.0 5.6 4.3

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LeRoy Harmon

Dino DeLisa Touchdowns in a Season No. Name Year 1. 20 Trent Hearn 2005 2. 17 Justin Cooper 2011 3. 16 Tyler Schuerman 2000 16 Trent Hearn 2003 5. 14 Dino DeLisa 1983 6. 13 Kevin McCormick 1971 7. 12 Ra’Shawn Mosley 2007 8. 11 Ra’Shawn Mosley 2004 11 Vershon Moore 2010 10. 10 three times

Justin Cooper

Touchdowns in a Career No. Name Years 1. 48 Trent Hearn 2002-06 2. 34 Ra’Shawn Mosley 2004-07 3. 32 Justin Cooper 2007-11 4. 31 Brandon Rainer 1998-01 5. 29 Dino DeLisa 1983-85 6. 25 Tyler Schuerman 1999-04 7. 23 Joe Schartz 1993-96 8. 21 Brandon Walker 2004-08 9. 20 Kevin McCormick 1969-71 10. 19 two times

Rushing Attempts in a Season No. Name Att-Yards 1. 262 Dino DeLisa 262-1185 2. 241 Justin Cooper 241-1172 3. 235 Trent Hearn 235-1116 4. 224 Trent Hearn 224-1203 5. 215 Ra’Shawn Mosley 215-1084 215 Dino DeLisa 215-888 7. 212 Kevin McCormick 212-690 8. 209 Ra’Shawn Mosley 209-1199 9. 207 Barry Galbraith 207-271 10. 206 Les Williams 206-947

Rushing Attempts in a Game Name Opponent Date 1. Dino DeLisa Emporia State 10/5/85 2. Talmadge Graham at Southwest Baptist 11/2/91 3. Dino DeLisa Missouri Southern 11/12/83 4. Dino DeLisa at Fort Hays State 10/20/84 5. Greg Lane at Northwest Missouri 10/20/90 6. Trent Hearn Missouri Southern 11/15/03 Dustin Hickel at Emporia State 10/27/01 8. (five times - most recently by) Brandon Walker Pittsburg State 11/3/07

Year 1983 2011 2003 2005 2004 1985 1970 2007 1999 1988

Rushing Attempts in a Career No. Name Att-Yards Years 1. 679 Trent Hearn 679-3154 2002-06 2. 665 Dino DeLisa 665-2794 1983-85 3. 607 Justin Cooper 607-2682 2007-11 4. 602 Ra’Shawn Mosley 602-3416 2004-07 5. 522 Les Williams 522-2209 1986-90 6. 495 Joe Schartz 495-1095 1993-96 7. 457 Brandon Rainer 457-2171 1998-01 8. 442 Tyler Schuerman 442-1790 1999-04 9. 437 Brandon Walker 437-2015 2004-08 10. 420 Brent Cripps 420-1480 1974-77

Average Yards Per Rush Season (min. 20) YPR Name Att-Yards Year 1. 9.75 Corey Crain 24-234 1999 2. 7.40 Chris Brown 25-185 2005 3. 7.10 Allen Moore 87-618 1991 4. 6.93 Jon Bingesser 56-388 1960 5. 6.90 Ra’Shawn Mosley 100-690 2006 6. 6.75 Cody Snyder 64-432 1999 7. 6.69 Corey Crain 39-261 2000 8. 6.67 Theopo Thompson 21-140 1973 9. 6.65 Joey Atwood 51-339 1990 10. 6.60 Terrence Lowe 65-429 2007

Average Yards Per Rush Career (min. 70) YPR Name Att-Yards Years 1. 7.19 Corey Crain 73-525 1999-02 2. 6.39 Allen Moore 135-862 1990-91 3. 6.24 Joshua Johnson 71-443 2000-01 4. 6.24 Bob Hardy 55-343 1964 5. 6.01 Cody Snyder 92-553 1998-01 6. 5.84 Vershon Moore 337-1968 2008-10 7. 5.70 Chris Brown 70-399 2002-06 8. 5.67 Ra’Shawn Mosley 602-3416 2004-07 9. 5.64 Jeff Roether 109-615 1972-73 5.64 Willie Sapp 322-1816 1995-97

Carries 42 40 37 36 35 34 34 33 33

Rushing Yards Per Game in a Season No. Name Games 1. 118.5 Dino DeLisa 10 games 2. 111.6 Trent Hearn 10 games 3. 100.7 Vershon Moore 10 games 4. 100.2 Trent Hearn 12 games 5. 99.9 Ra’Shawn Mosley 12 games 6. 98.7 Dino DeLisa 9 games 7. 93.6 Phillip Brooks 10 games 8. 90.3 Ra’Shawn Mosley 12 games 9. 90.2 Justin Cooper 13 games 10. 87.4 Vershon Moore 11 games 11. 86.2 Ra’Shawn Mosley 8 games 12. 86.2 Kevin McCormick 10 games 13. 86.1 Les Williams 11 games 14. 85.8 Greg Lane 9 games 15. 74.8 Gary Yager 10 games

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Year 1983 2003 2010 2005 2007 1985 1989 2004 2011 2009 2006 1971 1988 1990 1975

Rushing Yards Per Game in a Career (min. 20) No. Name Games Years 1. 96.3 Dino DeLisa 29 games 1983-85 2. 93.7 Vershon Moore 21 games 2008-10 3. 85.4 Ra’Shawn Mosley 40 games 2004-07 4. 80.9 Trent Hearn 39 games 2002-06 5. 63.9 Justin Cooper 42 games 2007-11 6. 60.5 Willie Sapp 30 games 1995-97 7. 54.3 Brandon Rainer 40 games 1998-01 8. 51.4 Les Williams 43 games 1986-90 9. 48.5 Phillip Brooks 24 games 1987-89 10. 45.8 Brandon Walker 44 games 2004-08 11. 43.2 Gary Yager 30 games 1972-75 12. 42.8 Jim Bernard 22 games 1983-86 13. 42.6 Tyler Schuerman 42 games 1999-04 14. 41.0 Allen Moore 21 games 1990-91 15. 39.0 Johnny Perkins 21 games 1986-87

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Les Williams Three 100-yard rushers in same game Name Combined Yards 1. Ra’Shawn Mosley (147), Brandon Walker (133) and Terrance Lowe (117) vs Truman (10/20/2007) 397 Two 100-yard rushers in same game Name Combined Yards 1. Terrance Lowe (177) and Ra’Shawn Mosley (145) vs Southwest Baptist (11/10/2007) 312 2. Ra’Shawn Mosley (193) and Brandon Walker (105) vs Southwest Baptist (09/30/2006) 298 3. Justin Cooper (158) and Sean McPherson (110) vs Lincoln (09/08/2011) 268 4. Chris Brown (129) and Trent Hearn (122) vs Missouri Southern (10/29/2005) 251 5. Nick Cummings (122) and Joe Schartz (104) vs Missouri Western (10/22/1994) 226 6. Justin Cooper (111) and Sean McPherson (102) vs Fort Hays State (10/29/2011) 213

200-Yard Rushing Games (6 total) 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) 09/11/1971 241 (18) 10/31/2009 227 (17) 08/28/2010 218 (24) 09/17/1983 216 (33) 09/29/2007 210 (33) 09/18/1971 209 (31)

100-Yard Rushing Games (117 total) Name Opponent Ra’Shawn Mosley Southwest Baptist Phil Brooks Missouri Western Dino DeLisa Missouri Southern Les Williams Emporia State Phil Brooks Northwest Missouri

Date Yards (Att) 09/30/2006 193 (15) 11/11/1989 192 (33) 11/12/1983 186 (37) 11/12/1988 183 (27) 10/21/1989 183 (21)

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Joe Schartz Trent Hearn Terrance Lowe Trent Hearn Greg Lane Vershon Moore Ra’Shawn Mosley Justin Cooper Ra’Shawn Mosley Dino DeLisa Talmadge Graham Trent Hearn Dino DeLisa Greg Lane Justin Cooper Justin Cooper Greg Lane Ron Davis Vershon Moore Trent Hearn Brandon Walker Jeff Roether Ra’Shawn Mosley Brandon Walker Ra’Shawn Mosley Ra’Shawn Mosley Dino DeLisa Trent Hearn Jeff Roether 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

Brandon Rainer at Southwest Baptist Truman at Southwest Baptist Missouri-Rolla at Missouri Western at Fort Hays State Missouri Western at Truman at Missouri Southern Emporia State at Southwest Baptist Pittsburg State at Missouri Valley Pittsburg State at Pittsburg State Lincoln at Northwest Missouri at Emporia State at Emporia State Missouri Southern at Emporia State at Northern Colorado Truman Pittsburg State at Southwest Baptist Southwest Baptist at Wayne State (Neb.) Fort Hays State Fort Hays State 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.)

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Trent Hearn Nick Cummings Dino DeLisa Sean McPherson 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 Justin Cooper Sean McPherson Willie Sapp Dino DeLisa Willie Sapp Kevin McCormick Talmadge Graham Jeff Roether Phil Brooks Ra’Shawn Mosley Justin Cooper Trent Hearn Dino DeLisa Allen Moore Tyler Schuerman Trent Hearn Trent Hearn Ra’Shawn Mosley Brandon Walker Brandon Walker Brandon Rainer Brandon Rainer Cory Heiniger Dustin Hickel Ra’Shawn Mosley Joe Schartz Dino DeLisa Dino DeLisa

Missouri Southern Missouri Western at Central Missouri Central Oklahoma 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 Fort Hays State Lincoln McPherson Morningside at Missouri-Rolla Wayne State (Neb.) at Missouri Western Missouri Southern Lincoln Colorado Mines Abilene Christian at Northwest Missouri at Missouri Western Southwest Baptist Missouri Southern at Colorado Mines at Langston Fort Hays State Northwest Missouri Southwest Baptist Missouri Western at Lincoln Pittsburg State at Truman at Truman Missouri Western at Nebraska-Kearney Emporia State

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Dane Simoneau

Records History

Jordan Brill

Dane Simoneau

Jordan Brill

Completions Career • 751, Dane Simoneau, 2008-11 Season • 280, Dane Simoneau, 2011 Game • 34, Mike Atkins vs. Wayne State, 1980 Attempts Career • 1,295, Dane Simoneau, 2008-11 Season • 482, Dane Simoneau, 2011 Game • 63, Mike Atkins vs. Wayne State, 1980 Yards Career • 11,291, Dane Simoneau, 2008-11 Season • 3,459, Dane Simoneau, 2010 By a sr. • 4,089, Dane Simoneau, 2011 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 • 452, Dane Simoneau at Sioux Falls, 9/1/2011 (27-of-40) Completion Percentage Career (min. 400 att.) • .580 (751-1295-39), Dane Simoneau, 2008-11 Season (min. 100 att.) • .602 (186-309-9), Dane Simoneau, 2009 Game • .900, Jerry Raushelbach vs. Mo. Valley, 1980 (9-of-10) Touchdowns Career • 102, Dane Simoneau, 2008-11 Season • 38, Dane Simoneau, 2011 Game • 6; Barry Griffiths, 11/12/1988, vs Emporia State and Dane Simoneau, 10/17/2009 vs Pittsburg State Interceptions Career • 62, Mike Atkins, 1977-80 Season • 20, Mike McCartney, 1985; Mike Atkins, 1980 Passing Yards Per Completion Career (min. 400 att.) • 16.2, Joe Schartz, 1993-96 Season (min. 100 att.) • 18.6, Joe Schartz, 1995

Career Passing Yards Career Leaders Yards Cmp. Att. Pct. TD Int. 1. Dane Simoneau, 2008-11 11,291 751 1295 .580 102 39 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 2011 (senior) 4,089 280 482 .581 38 12 2. Jordan Brill, 2004-2007 7,041 446 807 .553 57 36 3. Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 6,525 440 831 .529 53 36 4. Joe Schartz, 1993-96 5,527 307 728 .422 31 54 5. Mike Atkins, 1977-80 5,437 442 866 .510 31 62 6. Dustin Hickel, 2001-04 4,144 284 612 .464 33 36 7. Mike Grogan, 1974-77 3,841 299 612 .489 33 40 8. Aaron Battle, 1994-98 3,477 244 482 .506 13 15 9. Barry Galbraith,1995-99 2,684 181 319 .567 19 9 10. Mark Elliott, 1980-83 2,604 182 418 .435 13 26 Season Passing Yards Season Leaders 1. Dane Simoneau, 2011 2. Dane Simoneau, 2010 3. Dane Simoneau, 2009 4. Jordan Brill, 2005 5. Barry Griffiths, 1988 6. Jordan Brill, 2007 7. Tyler Schuerman, 2004 8. Barry Galbraith, 1999 9. Dustin Hickel, 2002 10. Aaron Battle, 1998

Yards Cmp. 4,089 280 3,459 223 2,955 186 2,775 168 2,530 145 2,376 154 2,308 159 2,269 151 2,160 142 2,129 266

Att. 482 374 309 297 303 293 289 262 308 149

Pct. TD Int. .581 102 12 .596 33 12 .602 26 9 .566 24 13 .479 24 15 .526 17 15 .550 28 6 .576 16 7 .461 21 12 .560 9 7

Most Touchdown Passes in a Game Barry Griffiths, 11/12/1988, vs Emporia State and Dane Simoneau, 10/17/2009 vs Pittsburg State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Tyler Schuerman

Joe Schartz

Mike Atkins

Longest Pass from Scrimmage Barry Griffiths to Troy Slusser, 11/12/1988 vs Emporia State . . 95 yards

Passing Yards Per Attempt Career (min. 400 att.) • 8.724, Jordan Brill, 2003-07 Season (min. 100 att.) • 9.8, Jordan Brill, 2006

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Mike Grogan

History

Aaron Battle

Barry Galbraith

Mark Elliott

Barry Griffiths

Tyler Schuerman

Mike Atkins

Career Completions No. Name 1. 751 Dane Simoneau 2. 446 Jordan Brill 3. 442 Mike Atkins 4. 440 Tyler Schuerman 5. 342 Joe Schartz 6. 299 Mike Grogan 7. 284 Dustin Hickel 8. 244 Aaron Battle 9. 182 Mark Elliott 10. 181 Barry Galbraith

Cmp-Att-Int 751-1295-39 446-807-36 442-866-57 440-831-36 342-728-54 299-612-40 284-612-36 244-482-15 182-418-26 181-319-9

Years 2007-11 2003-07 1977-80 1999-04 1993-96 1974-77 2000-04 1994-98 1980-83 1995-99

Season Completions No. Name 1. 280 Dane Simoneau 2. 223 Dane Simoneau 3. 186 Dane Simoneau 4. 183 Mike Atkins 5. 168 Jordan Brill 6. 159 Tyler Schuerman 7. 154 Jordan Brill 8. 151 Barry Galbraith 9. 149 Aaron Battle 10. 145 Barry Griffiths

Cmp-Att-Int 280-482-12 223-374-12 186-309-9 183-345-20 168-297-13 159-289-6 154-293-15 151-262-7 149-266-7 145-303-15

Year 2011 2010 2009 1980 2005 2004 2007 1999 1998 1988

Career Attempts No. Name 1. 1295 Dane Simoneau 2. 866 Mike Atkins 3. 831 Tyler Schuerman 4. 807 Jordan Brill 5. 728 Joe Schartz 6. 612 Mike Grogan 612 Dustin Hickel 8. 482 Aaron Battle 9. 418 Mark Elliott 10. 334 Dean Ferrell

Cmp-Att-Int 751-1295-39 442-866-57 440-831-36 446-807-36 342-728-54 299-612-40 284-612-36 244-482-15 182-418-26 148-334-11

Years 2007-11 1977-80 1999-04 2003-07 1993-96 1974-77 2000-04 1994-98 1980-83 1965-68

Season Attempts No. Name 1. 482 Dane Simoneau 2. 374 Dane Simoneau 3. 345 Mike Atkins 4. 309 Dane Simoneau 5. 308 Dustin Hickel 6. 303 Barry Griffiths 7. 297 Jordan Brill 8. 293 Jordan Brill 9. 289 Tyler Schuerman 10. 266 Aaron Battle

Cmp-Att-Int 280-482-12 223-374-12 183-345-20 186-309-9 142-308-12 145-303-15 168-297-13 154-293-15 159-289-6 149-266-7

Year 2011 2010 1980 2009 2002 1988 2005 2007 2004 1998

Career Completion Percentage Pct. Name 1. 58.0 Dane Simoneau 2. 55.3 Jordan Brill 3. 52.9 Tyler Schuerman 4. 51.0 Mike Atkins 5. 50.6 Aaron Battle 6. 48.9 Mike Grogan 7. 47.0 Joe Schartz 8. 46.4 Dustin Hickel 9. 43.5 Mark Elliott

(min. 400 attempts) Cmp-Att-Int Years 751-1295-39 2007-11 446-807-36 2003-07 440-831-36 1999-04 442-866-57 1977-80 244-482-15 1994-98 299-612-40 1974-77 342-728-54 1993-96 284-612-36 2000-04 182-418-26 1980-83

Season Completion Percentage (min. 100 attempts) Pct. Name Cmp-Att-Int Year 1. 60.194 Dane Simoneau 186-309-9 2009 2. 60.150 Mark Elliott 80-133-5 1983 3. 59.6 Dane Simoneau 223-374-12 2010 4. 58.1 Dane Simoneau 280-482-12 2011 5. 57.7 Jordan Brill 79-137-6 2006 6. 57.6 Barry Galbraith 151-262-7 1999 7. 56.6 Jordan Brill 168-297-13 2005 8. 56.0 Aaron Battle 149-266-7 1998 9. 55.0 Tyler Schuerman 159-289-6 2004

10. 54.7 Tyler Schuerman 134-245-13 2000 Career Pass Efficiency Rating (min. 400 attempts) Eff. Name Cmp-Att-Int Years 1. 151.2 Dane Simoneau 751-1295-39 2007-11 2. 142.9 Jordan Brill 446-807-36 2003-07 3. 131.3 Tyler Schuerman 440-831-36 1999-04 4. 113.9 Aaron Battle 244-482-15 1994-98 5. 110.0 Joe Schartz 342-728-54 1993-96 6. 109.3 Dustin Hickel 284-612-36 2000-04 7. 106.3 Mike Grogan 299-612-40 1974-77 8. 103.2 Mike Atkins 442-866-57 1977-80 9. 93.7 Mark Elliott 182-418-26 1980-83

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Season Pass Efficiency Rating (min. 100 attempts) Eff. Name Cmp-Att-Int Year 1. 162.5 Dane Simoneau (186-309-9) 2009 2. 160.0 Dane Simoneau (223-374-12) 2010 3. 158.1 Jordan Brill (79-137-6) 2006 4. 153.0 Jordan Brill (168-297-13) 2005 5. 150.4 Dane Simoneau (280-482-12) 2011 6. 149.9 Tyler Schuerman (159-289-6) 2004 7. 145.2 Barry Galbraith (151-262-7) 1999 8. 136.2 Joe Schartz (78-149-15) 1995 9. 134.2 Barry Griffiths (145-303-15) 1988 10. 132.9 Mark Elliott (80-133-5) 1983

No. Yards 1. 262.6 2. 190.3 3. 155.4 4. 151.0 5. 138.2 6. 115.8 7. 105.4 8. 103.6 9. 103.2 10. 93.7

8. 20206.3 No. Yards Name Career Passing Yards per game (min. games)Barry Galbraith 11 games 1999 Games Year 9. 198.0 Jordan Brill 1. 314.5 Dane Simoneau 12 games 2007 13 games 2011 10. 196.4 Dustin Hickel 2. 288.2 Dane Simoneau 11 games 2002 12 games 2010 3. 268.6 Dane Simoneau 11 games 2009 4. 234.0 Mike Atkins Career Touchdown Passes 9 games 1980 No. Name Years 5. 231.2 Jordan Brill 1. 102 Dane Simoneau 2007-11 12 games 2005 2. 57 Jordan Brill 2003-07 6. 230.0 Barry Griffiths 3. 53 Tyler Schuerman 1999-04 11 games 1988 4. 33 Mike Atkins 1977-80 7. 209.8 Tyler Schuerman 33 Mike Grogan 1974-77 11 games 2004

Season 33 Dustin Hickel 2000-04 Passing Yards per game (min. 7 games) 7. 31 Joe Schartz 1993-96 8. 24 Barry Griffiths 1987-88 9. 19 Barry Galbraith 1995-99 10. 15 Kyle Kingston 1986-87

400-Yard Passing Games Name Opponent 1. Dane Simoneau at Sioux Falls 2. Dane Simoneau Abilene Christian 3. Mike Atkins at Missouri Western 4. Barry Griffiths Emporia State 5. Tyler Schuerman vs Northern State

Date Yards (Cmp) 09/01/2011 452 (27) 11/19/2011 424 (23) 10/27/1979 418 (34) 11/12/1988 416 (14) 12/04/2004 400 (23)

Name Dane Simoneau Jordan Brill Tyler Schuerman Mike Atkins Joe Schartz Kyle Kingston Aaron Battle Dustin Hickel Barry Galbraith Mike Grogan

Games 43 games 37 games 42 games 36 games 40 games 21 games 33 games 40 games 26 games 41 games

Year 2007-11 2003-07 1999-04 1977-80 1993-96 1986-87 1994-98 2000-04 1995-99 1974-77

Season Touchdown Passes No. Name Year 1. 38 Dane Simoneau 2011 2. 33 Dane Simoneau 2010 3. 28 Tyler Schuerman 2004 4. 26 Dane Simoneau 2009 5. 24 Jordan Brill 2005 24 Barry Griffiths 1988 7. 21 Dustin Hickel 2002 8. 17 Jordan Brill 2007 9. 16 Barry Galbraith 1999 10. 13 Mike Atkins 1980

300-Yard Passing Games Name Opponent 1. Dane Simoneau Fort Hays State 2. Barry Griffiths at Central Missouri 3. Dane Simoneau at Nebraska-Omaha 4. Mike Atkins at Pittsburg State 5. Dane Simoneau at Missouri Southern 6. Dane Simoneau at Northwest Missouri 7. Dane Simoneau Pittsburg State 8. Dane Simoneau Missouri Western 9. Dane Simoneau at Emporia State

Date Yards (Cmp) 10/03/2009 398 (20) 09/17/1988 392 (18) 10/10/2009 392 (25) 10/04/1980 387 (32) 11/13/2010 385 (25) 10/22/2011 372 (25) 10/17/2009 362 (20) 09/22/2011 360 (23) 10/01/2011 358 (25)

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Sam Sissom

History

Michael Dritlein

Sam Sissom

Troy Slusser

Mike Odupitan

Michael Dritlein

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. • 62, DaJuan Beard, 2011 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. • 1,029, DaJuan Beard, 2011 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. • 15, DaJuan Beard, 2011 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 No. Name Years 1. 40 Sam Sissom 2002-06 2. 34 Troy Slusser 1984-88 3. 28 Mike Odupitan 2002-05 4. 20 DaJuan Beard 2010-11 5. 18 Michael Dritlein 1992-95 6. 17 Joe Hastings 2006-10 7. 16 Drameagon Powers 2006-09 8. 14 Marc Nardella 1996-99 14 Tore Hurst 2010-11 10. 13 Colon McNeal 1998-01

Season TD Receptions No. Name 1. 20 Troy Slusser 2. 15 DaJuan Beard 15 Joe Hastings 15 Sam Sissom 5. 12 Sam Sissom 6. 10 Mike Odupitan 7. 9 Marc Nardella 9 Brad Cole 9. 8 Six with

Year 1988 2011 2010 2004 2002 2004 1999 2009

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 DaJuan Beard, 2010-pr Chris Whittle, 1998-2001 Jake Lebahn, 2003-07 Rick Benke, 1974-75

No 191 41 39 65 7 39 170 150 134 128 119 119 113 111 104 100 94 88 78 74 74

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 1,403 1,070 1,384 923

TD 40 12 6 15 3 4 18 28 11 34 14 17 13 7 10 16 4 20 1 12 10

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 15.9 13.7 18.8 12.5

Season Reception Leaders Season Leaders Joe Hastings, 2010 Ron Hamilton, 1980 Troy Slusser, 1988 Sam Sissom, 2004 Marc Nardella, 1998 DaJuan Beard, 2011 Mike Odupitan, 2004 Matt Kobbeman, 2011 Marc Nardella, 1999 Ronnell Garner, 2011 Michael Dritlein, 1993 Colon McNeal, 2000 Ron Hamilton, 1979 Michael Dritlein, 1995 Mike Odupitan, 2005

No 87 84 68 65 64 62 56 56 54 52 51 51 50 48 47

Yards 1,546 1,128 1,512 1,109 1,136 1,029 816 739 933 985 742 829 791 1,112 857

TD 15 5 20 15 6 15 10 3 9 8 4 4 6 8 8

Avg. 17.8 13.4 22.2 17.1 17.8 16.6 14.6 13.2 17.2 18.9 14.6 16.3 15.8 23.1 18.2

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Colon McNeal

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 DaJuan Beard, 2010-pr Jake Lebahn, 2003-07 Al Dressman, 1969-71 Ronnell Garner, 2009-11

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 1,403 1,384 1,228 1,225

Career Receptions per game No. Name Games Years 1. 6.70 Ron Hamilton (20) 1979-80 2. 4.59 Michae Dritlein (37) 1992-95 3. 4.15 Sam Sissom (46) 2002-06 4. 3.97 Marc Nardella (30) 1996-99 5. 3.83 DaJuan Beard (23) 2010-11 6. 3.70 Rick Benke (20) 1974-75 7. 3.49 Mike Odupitan (43) 2002-05 8. 3.40 Joe Hastings (35) 2006-10 9. 3.24 Ronnell Garner (21) 2009-11 10. 3.10 Steve Hardesty (20) 1982-83 11. 2.86 DaWight Benning (22) 2000-03 12. 2.84 Troy Slusser (45) 1984-88 13. 2.74 Mike Keeley (38) 1975-78 14. 2.65 Eric Kincade (20) 1993-94 15. 2.63 Colon. McNeal (43) 1998-01

Joe Hastings No 191 41 39 65 7 39 170 128 150 119 119 134 113 111 100 104 88 74 49 68

TD 40 12 6 15 3 4 18 34 28 14 17 11 13 7 16 10 20 14 8 10

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 15.9 18.7 25.1 18.0

Season Reception Yards Season Leaders Joe Hastings, 2010 Troy Slusser, 1988 Marc Nardella, 1998 Ron Hamilton, 1980 Michael Dritlein, 1995 Sam Sissom, 2004 DaJuan Beard, 2011 Ronnell Garner, 2011 Marc Nardella, 1999 Mike Odupitan, 2005

Yards 1,546 1,512 1,134 1,128 1,112 1,109 1,029 985 933 857

No 87 68 64 84 48 65 62 52 54 47

TD 15 20 6 5 8 15 15 8 9 8

Avg. 17.8 20.2 17.8 13.4 23.2 17.1 16.6 18.9 17.3 16.9

Two 100 yard receivers in same game Name Combined Yards Troy Slusser (252) / Dwayne Haley (106) vs Emporia State (11/12/1988) 358 Sam Sissom (216) / Mike Odupitan (119) vs Northern State (12/04/2004) 335 Steve Hardesy (152) / Dino DeLisa (113) at Missouri Western (10/29/1983) 265 Troy Slusser (155) / Dwayne Haley (104) vs Wayne State (10/15/1988) 259 Drameagon Powers (142) / Ryan Mertz (107) vs Nebraska Omaha (10/10/2009) 249 Ronnell Garner (127) / DaJuan Beard (117) vs Central Oklahoma (10/15/2011) 244 DaJuan Beard (103) / Ronnell Garner (102) vs Central Missouri (11/11/2011) 205

Season Receptions per game No. Name Games Year 1. 8.40 Ron Hamilton (10) 2. 7.25 Joe Hastings (12) 3. 6.38 Michae Dritlein (8) 4. 6.18 Troy Slusser (11) 5. 5.82 Marc Nardella (11) 6. 5.42 Sam Sissom (12) 7. 5.00 Ron Hamilton (10) 8. 4.91 Marc Nardella (11) 9. 4.80 Michae Dritlein (10) 10. 4.77 DaJuan Beard (13) 11. 4.67 Mike Odupitan (12) 12. 4.64 Colon McNeal (11) 13. 4.33 Ronnell Garner (12) 14. 4.31 Matt Kobbeman (13) 15. 4.20 Rick Benke (10)

1980 2010 1993 1988 1998 2004 1979 1999 1995 2011 2004 2000 2011 2011 1975

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 Missouri-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

Cason Lehman

Mike Keeley

Date Rec 08/28/2010 13 10/11/1980 13 10/17/1998 11 12/04/2004 11 09/18/1993 11 09/25/1993 11 11/13/2010 11 10/24/1998 10 11/07/1992 10 09/11/1993 10 10/29/1983 10 12/04/2010 10

Yards 201 217 216 183 174 185 221 139 132 113 223

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Marc Nardella 200-Yard Receiving Games (10) Name Troy Slusser Sam Sissom Joe Hastings Marc Nardella Marc Nardella Sam Sissom Sam Sissom Ron Hamilton Michael Dritlein Joe Hastings

Opponent Date Yards (Rec) Emporia State 11/12/1988 252 (8) at Colorado Mines 08/27/2005 231 (7) vs Midwestern State 12/04/2010 223 (10) at Missouri Southern 10/24/1998 221 (10) Missouri Western 10/17/1998 217 (11) vs Northern State 12/04/2004 216 (11) at Western Washington 09/09/2006 214 (7) vs Pittsburg State 10/04/1980 212 (11) Truman 09/23/1995 201 (7) at Colorado Mines 08/28/2010 201 (13)

100-Yard Receiving Games (94) 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 DaJuan Beard at Missouri Southern Sam Sissom at Southwest Baptist Marc Nardella at Truman Ronnell Garner at Truman Michael Dritlein at Pittsburg State Mike Odupitan at Missouri Southern DaWight Benning Central Missouri

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Date Yards (Rec) 11/13/2010 185 (11) 09/18/1993 183 (11) 09/28/2002 179 (5) 09/17/1988 176 (5) 09/25/1993 174 (11) 10/29/1988 172 (7) 11/13/1999 165 (8) 09/26/2009 165 (5) 11/06/1999 163 (4) 10/14/1995 162 (7) 10/15/1994 160 (8) 11/14/1987 160 (7) 09/04/2010 156 (7) 09/20/2008 156 (7) 10/15/1988 155 (8) 09/11/2004 153 (4) 11/03/2007 153 (6) 09/19/1998 152 (8) 09/10/1988 152 (7) 10/29/1983 152 (7) 09/25/2010 151 (8) 09/23/2000 149 (7) 10/14/2000 149 (6) 10/17/2009 149 (6) 11/11/1995 145 (8) 09/10/1994 145 (4) 09/19/1987 144 (3) 10/10/2009 142 (7) 09/17/2011 141 (9) 10/18/2003 141 (6) 10/10/1998 140 (8) 10/08/2011 139 (3) 11/07/1992 139 (10) 11/06/2004 138 (5) 11/01/2003 136 (4)

Mike Keeley at East Central Troy Slusser at Northeastern State Michael Dritlein at Northwest Missouri Troy Slusser Missouri Western Anthony Simpson at Southern Illinois Matt Kobbeman Abilene Christian DaJuan Beard Fort Hays State Drameagon Powers at Northwest Missouri Rick Benke at Fort Hays State Aaron Gardiner Colorado Mines Ronnell Garner Central Oklahoma Joe Hastings at Fort Hays State DaJuan Beard Northwest Missouri Jake Lebahn Fort Hays State Colon McNeal Missouri Southern DaJuan Beard at Northwest Missouri Joe Hastings Nebraska-Omaha Steve Hardesty Emporia State Mike Odupitan at Truman Ronnell Garnder at Sioux Falls Matt Kobbeman at Emporia State Mike Odupitan vs Northern State Mike Odupitan Western Washington Mike Odupitan Missouri Western DaJuan Beard Central Oklahoma Jake Lebahn at West Texas A&M DaJuan Beard at Pittsburg State Troy Slusser Fort Hays State Cody Snyder Central Missouri Troy Slusser at Nebraska-Kearney Michael Dritlein at Southwest Baptist Sam Sissom Colorado Mines Mike Odupitan Emporia State Dino DeLisa at Missouri Western Steve Hardesty Missouri Western Marc Nardella Missouri Southern Mike Odupitan Central Missouri Michael Dritlein at Pittsburg State Andy Rucker Southwest Baptist Colon McNeal Truman Michael Dritlein Pittsburg State Colon McNeal at Missouri-Rolla Drameagon Powers Fort Hays State Joe Hastings at Truman Michael Dritlein at Central Missouri Troy Slusser at Fort Hays State Ryan Mertz at Nebraska-Omaha Dwayne Haley Emporia State Mike Odupitan at Northwest Missouri James Walker at Morningside

Mike Odupitan 11/06/1976 09/24/1988 11/04/1995 11/01/1986 09/11/1993 11/19/2011 10/29/2011 10/24/2009 10/26/1974 09/02/2006 10/15/2011 10/02/2010 10/23/2010 09/15/2007 09/22/2001 09/22/2011 10/09/2010 10/01/1983 09/18/2004 09/01/2011 10/01/2011 12/04/2004 09/03/2005 10/26/2002 10/15/2011 11/17/2007 11/05/2011 11/07/1987 09/30/1999 10/08/1988 10/21/1995 08/28/2004 11/02/2002 10/29/1983 11/06/1982 09/18/1999 09/10/2005 10/01/1994 10/26/1996 10/06/2001 10/02/1993 10/07/2000 10/03/2009 10/30/2010 10/07/1995 11/05/1988 10/10/2009 11/12/1988 10/08/2005 09/14/1985

135 (9) 133 (9) 132 (4) 132 (3) 132 (10) 131 (6) 131 (6) 131 (8) 130 (4) 128 (6) 127 (6) 126 (6) 125 (5) 124 (4) 123 (6) 122 (7) 122 (8) 122 (4) 121 (8) 120 (7) 120 (7) 119 (8) 119 (6) 119 (5) 117 (5) 117 (6) 116 (8) 115 (6) 114 (6) 114 (6) 114 (4) 113 (3) 113 (3) 113 (10) 112 (7) 111 (9) 111 (5) 111 (5) 111 (4) 110 (9) 110 (7) 109 (6) 109 (5) 108 (4) 108 (6) 108 (5) 107 (6) 106 (4) 105 (6) 104 (6)

Dwayne Haley DaJuan Beard Troy Slusser Rick Benke Mike Odupitan Ronnell Garner Sam Sissom Steve Tacca Michael Dritlein

Wayne State (Neb.) Central Missouri at Missouri Southern at Missouri Western Southwest Baptist Central Missouri Northwest Missouri at Pittsburg State at Missouri Southern

10/15/1988 11/12/2011 10/22/1988 09/20/1975 10/09/2004 11/12/2011 10/05/2002 10/12/1985 10/29/1994

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Dane Simoneau

The MIAA Records History

Tyler Schuerman

Dane Simoneau

Tyler Schuerman

Total Offensive Plays Career • 1,398, Dane Simoneau, 2007-11 Season • 523 (482 pass/41 rush), Dane Simoneau, 2011 Game • 69, Mike Atkins vs Wayne State, 1980 Total Offensive Yards Career • 11,148, Dane Simoneau, 2007-11 (11,291 passing, -143 rushing) Season • 4,062, Dane Simoneau, 2011 (4,089 passing, -27 rushing) By a sr. • 4,062, Dane Simoneau, 2011 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 • 454, Dane Simoneau at Souix Falls, 9/1/2011 (452 passing, 2 rushing) Total Touchdowns Responsible For Career • 106, Dane Simoneau, 2007-11 Season • 38, Dane Simoneau, 2011 Game • 6, Barry Griffiths vs Emporia State, 1988; Dane Simoneau vs Pittsburg State, 2009 Season Touchdowns Responsible For Number Name Years 1. 38 Dane Simoneau 2011 2. 34 Dane Simoneau 2010 3. 30 Tyler Schuerman 2004 4. 28 Dustin Hickel 2002 28 Dane Simoneau 2009 6. 26 Tyler Schuerman 2000 7. 24 Barry Griffiths 1988 24 Jordan Brill 2005 9. 21 Troy Slusser 1988 10. 20 Trent Hearn 2005 Career Touchdowns Responsible For Number Name Years 1. 106 Dane Simoneau 2007-11 2. 78 Tyler Schuerman 1999-04 3. 59 Jordan Brill 2003-07 4. 54 Joe Schartz 1993-96 5. 49 Trent Hearn 2002-06 6. 48 Dustin Hickel 2000-04 7. 46 Mike Grogan 1974-77 8. 41 Sam Sissom 2002-06 9. 37 Troy Slusser 1984-88 10. 35 Ra’Shawn Mosley 2004-07

Career Leaders Dane Simoneau, 2007-11 (freshman, 2008) (sophomore, 2009) (junior, 2010) (senior, 2011) Tyler Schuerman, 2000-04 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 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004-07 Trent Hearn, 2003-06 Barry Galbraith, 1995-99 Dino DeLisa, 1983-85 Kyle Kingston, 1986-87 Justin Cooper ,2007-11

Yards Rush Pass 11,148 -143 11,291 731 -57 788 2,922 -33 2,955 3,433 -26 3,459 4,062 -27 4,089 8,315 1,790 6,525 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 3,416 3,416 0 3,154 3,154 0 3,037 353 2,684 2,794 2,794 0 2,734 302 2,432 2,682 2682 0

Season Leaders Dane Simoneau, 2011 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

Yards Rush 4,062 -27 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

Pass 4,089 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

Jordan Brill

Joe Schartz

Dustin Hickel

Mike Atkins

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Aaron Battle

History

LeRoy Harmon

Mike Grogan

Ra’Shawn Mosley

Barry Griffiths

112

Jordan Brill

Joe Schartz

Career Total Offense Per Game Name, year Yards per Games Played Dane Simoneau, 2007-11 259.3 43 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, 2011 312.5 13 games Dane Simoneau, 2010 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, 2008-11 Jordan Brill, 2003-07 Barry Griffiths, 1987-88 Tyler Schuerman, 1999-04 Kyle Kingston, 1986-87 Vershon Moore, 2008-10 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 Dane Simoneau, 2011 523 4,062 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

Per Play min. 150 plays Plays Yards 1,398 11,148 923 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

YPP 7.97 7.33 7.25 6.53 6.53 5.90 5.72 5.67 5.64 5.44 5.41 5.28 5.19 5.12 5.08 5.06

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ALL-PURPOSE YARD RECORDS

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Troy Slusser

The MIAA Records History

Vershon Moore

Troy Slusser

Mike Odupitan

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, 2008-10 (21 games) Season • 182.9, Troy Slusser, 1988 (2,012 yards in 11 games) 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 Justin Cooper, 2007-11 Dino DeLisa, 1983-85 Brandon Walker, 2004-08 Les Williams, 1986-90 Willie Sapp, 1995-97 Vershon Moore, 2008-10 Dashiell Wandix, 1986-89

Season Leaders by Yards Troy Slusser, 1988 Clarence Taylor, 1977 Joe Hastings, 2010 Troy Slusser, 1987 Justin Cooper, 2011 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

Yards 5,210 4,357 4,130 4,118 3,867 3,781 3,441 3,306 3,291 3,223 2,905 2,607 2,496 2,457 2,432

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

Yards 2,012 1,664 1,575 1,544 1,503 1,452 1,419 1,419 1,389 1,301 1,295 1,253 1,237 1,224 1,214

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 YPG 117.0 115.8 111.7 111.1 104.5 104.0 96.0 94.5 89.5 84.8 83.2

Clarence Taylor

YPG 182.9 166.4 145.2 141.9 140.4 136.0 131.2 125.3 118.3 118.2 116.0

MIke Odupitan

Sam Sissom

Michael Dritlein

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Trent Hearn

History

LeRoy Harmon

Trent Hearn

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

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Troy Slusser

Chad Todd

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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 Justin Cooper, 2007-11 Connor Sabel, 2003-06 Brandon Rainer, 1998-2001 Nick Kresic, 1983-86 Mike Odupitan, 2002-05 Dino DeLisa, 1983-85 Brandon Walker, 2005-08 Two players with Career Touchdowns Scored Trent Hearn, 2002-06 Sam Sissom, 2002-06 Troy Slusser, 1984-88 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2004-07 Justin Cooper, 2007-11 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, 2008-10 Brandon Walker, 2004-07 DaJuan Beard, 2010-pr Kevin McCormick, 1969-71

Points 296 253 250 226 210 210 207 206 196 186 186 180 180 158 150

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 34 0 31 0 30 30 26

2 2 102 0 102 1 157 0 81 0 0 1

0 0 36 0 35 0 13 0 35 0 0 0

49 (48 rush, 1 rcv) 41 (40 rcv, 1 ret) 37 (34 rcv, 3 ret) 35 (34 rush, 1 rcv) 34 (32 rush, 2 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 rcv) 20 (20 rush)

Season Scoring Leaders Troy Slusser, 1988 Trent Hearn, 2005 Steve Ivanisevic, 2009 Justin Cooper, 2011 Steve Ivanisevic, 2010 Sam Sissom, 2004 Tyler Schuerman, 2000 Trent Hearn, 2003 Jeremy Linn, 2011 Dino DeLisa, 1983 Joe Hastings, 2010 DaJuan Beard, 2011 Nick Kresic, 1986 Brandon Walker, 2007 Three players with

Points 128 120 109 108 98 98 96 96 93 90 90 90 85 80 78

Season Touchdowns Scored Troy Slusser, 1988 Trent Hearn, 2005 Justin Cooper, 2011 Trent Hearn, 2003 Tyler Schuerman, 2000 Sam Sissom, 2004 Joe Hastings, 2010 Dino DeLisa, 1983 DaJuan Beard, 2011 Vershon Moore, 2010 Kevin McCormick, 1971 Brandon Walker, 2007 Ra’Shawn Mosley, 2007 Sam Sissom, 2002 Two players with

TD 21 20 0 18 0 16 16 16 0 15 15 15 0 13

PAT 1 0 52 0 50 1 0 0 57 0 0 0 31 1

FG 0 0 19 0 16 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 18 0

21 (20 rcv, 1 ret) 20 (20 rush) 18 (1 rcv, 17 rush) 16 (16 rush) 16 (16 rush) 16 (15 rcv, 1 ret) 15 (15 rcv) 15 (14 rush, 1 rcv) 15 (15 rcv) 13 (11 rush, 2 rcv) 13 (13 rush) 13 (10 rush, 3 rcv) 13 (12 rush, 1 rcv) 12 (12 rcv) 11

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Connor Sabel

The MIAA Records History

Steve Ivanisevic

Connor Sabel

Chad Todd

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

Season PATs Made No. Name, year PATM PATA 59 Connor Sabel, 2005 59 59 57 Jeremy Linn, 2011 57 62 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

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

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 91.9 Jeremy Linn, 2011-pr 57 62

Season FGs Made No. Name, year 19 Steve Ivanisevic, 2009 18 Nick Kresic, 1986 16 Steve Ivanisevic, 2010 12 Jeremy Linn, 2011 11 Chad Todd, 1998 10 Chad Todd, 1999 9 four times

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 players

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

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

Longest Field Goal Made 52 yards, Russ Hill vs Northern Colorado, 1972; Charles Goodknight vs Emporia State, 1985

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 16 Jeremy Linn, 2011

FGM FGA 19 21 18 24 16 18 12 16 11 14 10 20

FGM FGA 18 24 19 21 10 20 8 19 16 18 7 17 4 16 9 16 12 16

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Nick Kresic

Mike Cassin

Dave Ruder

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Brent Cripps

History

Curtis Massey

Eric Roth

Al Kaniper

Eric Roth

Austin Hills

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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 (Min. 70 punts) • 39.9, Kevin Cummings, 1979-80 Season (Min. 35 punts) • 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. • 40.1, Aaron Hummert, 2011 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 (min. 45) Punts Kevin Cummings, 1979-80 72 Brent Cripps, 1974-77 202 Curtis Massey, 2004-05 102 Austin Hills, 2008-10 146 Al Kaniper, 1988-91 231 Eric Roth, 1999-02 204 Jeff Hill, 1966-69 191 Jon Bakalar, 1970-71 123 Tim Beasley, 1984-87 242 Pete Roscetti, 1963-64 48 Mike Perry, 1978-80 105 Randy Davey, 1982-83 125 Ben Boswell, 2003-07 153 Brian Fuemmeler, 1994-97 206 Dave Bowen, 1969-72 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

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 Aaron Hummert, 2011 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

Punts 53 46 56 59 62 38 58 66 64 40 65 43 51 78 54

Yards 2252 1934 2296 2416 2488 1522 2312 2627 2541 1573 2555 1680 1992 3044 2106

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Brian Fuemmeler

The MIAA Records History

Ben Boswell

Brian Fuemmeler 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

Punts 242 231 202 204 206 191 146 153 123 125 102 105 82 72 65 51 55 52 45

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 242 231 206 204 202 191 153 146 125 123 105 102 82 72 65 55 52 51 45 45

Austin Hills 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

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

Punts 78 77 66 70 65 64 62 67 63 62 59 62 58 65 56 59 61 53 59

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

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

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

Tim Beasley

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History

Clarence Taylor

Jarod Tetuan

Mayo Schmidt

Colon McNeal

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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 DaJuan 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 Patrick Hayes, 1999-02 9.32 31 289 Casey Curran, 2007-11 9.28 64 594 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 DaJuan 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 DaJuan 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 DaJuan Beard, 2010 17 201 Sam Sissom, 2006 23 200 Colon. McNeal, 1998 13 199

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

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Kickoff Returns Career • 72, Clarence Taylor, 1974-77 Season • 30, Joe Clark, 1990

Kickoff Returns for Touchdown Career • 2, Fletcher Terrell, 2003-06; Cary Williams, 2005-07 Season • 2, Fletcher Terrell, 2005; Cary Williams, 2007

Kickoff Return Yardage Career • 1,771, Clarence Taylor, 1974-77 Season • 648, Joe Clark, 1990 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 Mark Fancher, 2010-11 24.08 26 626 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, 2008-10 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

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 Mark Fancher, 2011 25.50 24 612 Colon McNeal, 2001 24.85 13 323 Patrick Hayes, 2000 24.77 22 545 Troy Slusser, 1987 24.35 17 414

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, 2008-10 27 627

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

Season Kick Return Yards Name, Year Ret. Yards Joe Clark, 1990 30 648 Mark Fancher, 2011 24 612 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

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 Mark Fancher, 2011 24 612 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

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Zach Watkins

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Grant Gould

Zach Watkins

Grant Gould

Total Tackles Career • 473, Zach Watkins, 2006-09 Season • 152, Bill Guidetti, 1984

Tony Scollieri

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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Career Tackle Leaders Tackles 1. Zach Watkins, 2006-09 473 2. Grant Gould, 2002-05 459 3. Tony Scollieri, 1994-97 349 4. Casey Curran, 2007-11 333 5. Joe Corcoran, 2000-04 324 6. Matt Cahill, 1979-82 323 7. Wade Dennis, 1986-89 295 8. Nolan Jeffery, 1992-95 276 9. Jeremy Potts, 1998-01 258 10. Jahmil Taylor, 2007-pr 255 11. Corey Phipps, 1997-00 249 12. Mary Pfannenstiel, 2007-11 242 Dave Noot, 1989-92 242 14. Bruce Ringwood, 2006-08 239 15. Josh Looney, 2002-05 227

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 228 205 196 182 150

Assist 245 254 153 151 174

175 152 143 133 129 130 119 137 94

120 124 115 122 120 112 123 102 133

Season Tackle Leaders 1. Bill Guidetti, 1984 2. Zach Watkins, 2007 3. Todd McGhghy, 1991 4. Grant Gould, 2005 5. Grant Gould, 2004 6. Joe Corcoran, 2002 Tony Scollieri, 1997 8. Matt Cahill, 1982 9. Casey Curran Zach Watkins, 2008 Bob Leonard, 1981 Wade Dennis, 1989 13. Tony Scollieri, 1996 14. Jahmil Taylor, 2011 Corey Phipps, 1999

Tackles 152 143 129 128 127 124 124 120 119 119 119 119 116 112 112

Solos 88 64 71 58 54 57 74 51 53 58 39 81 61 55 57

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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 Casey Curran, 2007-11 182 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, 2006-08 138 Fletcher Terrell, 2003-06 136 Jahmil Taylor, 2007-pr 133 Kevin Marshall, 1988-91 131 Corey Phipps, 1997-2000 129 Tim Schlegel, 1983-84 122

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 Casey Curran, 2007-11 151 Matt Cahill, 1981-82 133 Josh Looney, 2002-05 133 Nolan Jeffery, 1992-95 124 Dave Noot, 1989-92 123 Jahmil Taylor, 2007-pr 122 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

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

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 Casey Curran, 2011 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 Four with 57

Career Tackles for Loss Name, years Tackles Eric Lawrence, 2004-09 46.5 Tony Scollieri, 1994-97 37.0 Dakota Palan-Johnson, 2008-11 33.0 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

Career Tackles Loss Yards Name, years Tackles Eric Lawrence, 2004-08 223 Dakota Palan-Johnson, 2008-11 148 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

Season Tackles for Loss Name, year Tackles Corey Phipps, 1999 18.0 Tony Scollieri, 1997 17.0 Dakota Palan-Johnson, 2011 15.5 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

Season Tackles Loss Yards Name, year Tackles Corey Phipps, 1999 79 Howard Holbrooks, 1989 73 Dakota Palan-Johnson, 2011 71 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

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 Dakota Palan-Johnson, 2008-11 18.5 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

Career Sack Yards Name, years Yards Eric Lawrence, 2004-09 143 Dakota Palan-Johnson, 2008-11 148 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

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 Six 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 Dakota Palan-Johnson, 2011 39 Evin Beck, 2004 37 Larry Schembri, 2001 34

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Jeremy Potts

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Josh Looney

Jim Butler

Jim Butler

Dan Remboldt

Trey Lewis

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 Casey Curran, 2007-11 224 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

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 Michael Hollins, 2008-11

Season Fumbles Forced Name, year Corey Phipps, 1999 Willie Williams, 2011 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 14 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 Ian Williams, 2007-11 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 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

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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

Date 10/21/89 10/10/87 10/27/84 09/19/09 09/22/07 9/22/84

Tackles 27 (23-4) 23 (14-9) 23 (17-6) 22 (14-8) 20 (8-12) 20 (9-11)

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Joe Corcoran Zach Watkins Zach Watkins Joe Corcoran Mike Gonzalez Grant Gould Bill Guidetti

Northwest Missouri at Northwest Missouri at Colorado Mines Truman Pittsburg State Emporia State Emporia State

10/05/02 10/24/09 09/01/07 10/06/01 10/01/05 09/11/04 9/29/84

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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 Casey Curran at Pittsburg State Jahmil Taylor at Pittsburg State Casey Curran at Northwest Missouri 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

Date 10/21/1989 10/10/1987 10/27/1984 09/19/2009 09/22/2007 09/22/1984 10/05/2002 10/24/2009 09/01/2007 10/06/2001 10/01/2005 09/11/2004 09/29/1984 11/26/2011 11/26/2011 10/22/2011 10/23/2010 10/27/2007 10/25/2008 10/28/1995 11/13/1993 10/24/1992 11/05/1988 09/19/1987 11/03/1984 11/13/1982 09/14/2002 10/18/2003 08/28/2004 10/18/2003 10/30/2004 10/30/2004 11/04/2006 10/03/2009 10/24/2009 09/27/2008 09/27/1997 11/15/1997 10/05/1996 10/14/1995 09/07/1991 10/05/1991 11/05/1988 10/27/1984 11/13/1982 10/10/1981 10/24/1981 10/24/2009 09/27/2003 09/01/2007 10/09/1999 09/04/1999 11/08/2008 11/16/1996 11/16/1996 09/23/1989 10/28/1989 09/10/1988 11/08/1986 11/03/1984 10/06/1984 09/18/1982 09/25/1982 10/10/1981 09/21/2002 11/05/2005 11/05/2005 10/22/2005 11/15/2003

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 (6-11) 17 (6-11) 17 (7-10) 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)

Rank 94.

Name Opponent Bruce Ringwood Nebraska-Omaha Jahmil Taylor at Missouri Southern Fletcher Terrell at Missouri Southern 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 Bryce Atagi at Truman Jahmil Taylor Missouri Western Casey Curran Central Oklahoma 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

Date Tackles 11/08/2008 14 (8-6) 11/13/2010 14 (6-8) 11/06/2004 14 (10-4) 11/11/2006 14 (8-6) 09/15/2007 14 (8-6) 09/06/1997 14 (8-6) 10/01/1994 14 (2-12) 10/08/1994 14 (7-7) 10/15/1994 14 (7-7) 10/16/1993 14 (8-6) 11/07/1992 14 (6-8) 09/21/1991 14 (3/11) 09/28/1991 14 (3-11) 10/19/1991 14 (13-1) 11/26/1991 14 (8-6) 10/13/1990 14 11-3) 11/11/1989 14 (8-6) 10/01/1988 14 (11-3) 10/29/1988 14 (9-5) 11/14/1987 14 (12-2) 09/26/1987 14 (11-3) 09/26/1987 14 (7-7) 10/06/1984 14 (4-10) 11/13/1982 14 (1-13) 10/08/2011 13 (7-6) 09/22/2011 13 (4-9) 10/15/2011 13 (5-8) 10/09/2004 13 (3-10) 10/02/2010 13 (7-6) 09/13/2003 13 (7-6) 09/27/2003 13 (7-6) 09/19/1998 13 (6-7) 10/15/2005 13 (5-8) 09/14/2002 13 (9-4) 11/14/1998 13 (10-3) 10/03/2009 13 (4-9) 11/16/2002 13 (5-8) 09/18/1999 13 (5-8) 09/14/2002 13 (9-4) 10/03/1998 13 (5-8) 11/01/2008 13 (7-6) 11/17/2007 13 (2-11) 09/26/2009 13 (9-4) 09/28/2009 13 (9-4) 10/23/1997 13 (8-5) 10/12/1996 13 (2-11) 09/16/1995 13 (8-5) 11/05/1994 13 (7-6) 09/18/1993 13 (10-3) 10/02/1993 13 (7-6) 10/16/1993 13 (8-5) 09/14/1991 13 (6-6) 09/28/1991 13 (3-10) 10/12/1991 13 (6-7) 09/15/1990 13 (11-2) 09/22/1990 13 (10-4) 09/10/1988 13 (6-7) 11/12/1988 13 (9-4) 11/12/1988 13 (7-6) 11/12/1988 13 (6-7) 10/03/1987 13 (9-4) 09/19/1987 13 (8-5) 10/27/1984 13 (7-6) 10/23/1982 13 (8-5)

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Rank Name 1. Dane Simoneau 2. Tyler Schuerman 3. Mike Atkins 4. Barry Griffiths 5. Dane Simoneau 6. Tyler Schuerman 7. Dane Simoneau 8. Barrty Griffiths 9. Dustin Hickel Dane Simoneau 11. Barry Galbraith 12. Dane Simoneau 13. Dane Simoneau 14. Dane Simoneau 15. Aaron Battle 16. Dane Simoneau 17. Dane Simoneau 18. Joe Schartz 19. Mark Elliott Tyler Schuerman 21. Dane Simoneau 22. Dane Simoneau 23. Tyler Schuerman 24. Kyle Kingston 25. Dane Simoneau 26. Jordan Brill 27. Jordan Brill Dane Simoneau 29. Aaron Battle Dustin Hickel 31. Jordan Brill 32. Dane Simoneau Dane Simoneau 34. Dane Simoneau Barry Griffiths 36. Dustin Hickel 37. Dustin Hickel 38. Jeremy Smith 39. Tyler Schuerman 40. Tyler Schuerman

Opponent at Sioux Falls (S.D.) vs Northern State Missouri Western Emporia State Abilene Christian Missouri Southern at Nebraska-Omaha at Central Missouri Missouri Western Fort Hays State Truman Missouri Western at Missouri Southern at Emporia State at Missouri Southern Pittsburg State at Northwest Missouri McPherson at Missouri Western Southwest Baptist vs Midwestern State Abilene Christian at Missouri-Rolla Central Missouri Central Oklahoma at Central Washington at Western Washington at Central Missouri Missouri Western Lincoln at Colorado Mines at Emporia State Central Missouri Northwest Missouri Wayne State (Neb.) at Truman State Univ. at Emporia State at Central Missouri Northwest Missouri at Missouri Southern

Date Yards (rush/pass) 09/01/2011 454 (452/2) 12/04/2004 446 (46/400) 10/27/1979 419 (0/419) 11/12/1988 417 (1/416) 11/19/2011 413 (-11/424) 09/22/2001 412 (106/306) 10/10/2009 392 (0/392) 09/17/1988 390 (-2/392) 10/26/2002 386 (67/319) 10/03/2009 386 (-12/398) 11/06/1999 384 (42/342) 09/22/2011 375 (15/360) 11/13/2010 374 (-11/385) 10/01/2011 373 (15/358) 10/24/1998 363 (12/351) 10/17/2009 362 (0/362) 10/22/2011 361 (-11/372) 09/09/1995 360 (223/127) 10/29/1983 352 (0/352) 10/14/2000 352 (46/306) 12/04/2010 350 (0/350) 09/04/2010 342 (23/319) 10/16/2004 340 (87/253) 09/19/1987 338 (6/332) 10/15/2011 333 (-5/338) 09/17/2005 330 (2/328) 09/09/2006 327 (-3/330) 09/25/2010 327 (-17/344) 10/17/1998 326 (32/294) 09/08/2001 326 (97/229) 08/27/2005 325 (-23/348) 11/07/2009 324 (0/324) 11/12/2011 324 (-13/337) 10/23/2010 322 (-10/332) 10/15/1988 322 (-5/327) 10/12/2002 320 (104/216) 10/27/2001 319 (132/187) 09/25/1993 313 (19/294) 10/28/2000 311 (62/249) 11/06/2004 310 (53/257)

Rank Name 41. Dustin Hickel 42. Aaron Battle 43. Jordan Brill Dane Simoneau Jeremy Smith 46. Tyler Schuerman 47. Dane Simoneau 48. Joe Schartz 49. Jake Iverson 50. Barry Galbraith 51. Joe Schartz 52. Barry Galbraith 53. Aaron Battle 54. Jake Iverson Dane Simoneau 56. Aaron Battle 57. Jordan Brill 58. Tyler Schuerman 59. Tyler Schuerman 60. Scott Crimmins 61. Tyler Schuerman 62. Tyler Schuerman Dane Simoneau 64. Dustin Hickel 65. Joe Schartz 66. Aaron Battle 67. Dustin Hickel 68. Jordan Brill 69. Dane Simoneau 70. Jordan Brill 71. Kyle Kingston Jim Bernard 72. Jordan Brill Tyler Schuerman 75. Aaron Battle 76. Barry Griffiths 77. Dane Simoneau Dane Simoneau 79. Jordan Brill Tyler Schuerman

Opponent at Missouri-Rolla Missouri-Rolla Pittsburg State 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 at Pittsburg State 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

Rank 27. 29. 31. 33. 36. 38. 40. 41. 43. 44. 46. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53.

Opponent Southwest Baptist Nebraska-Kearney at East Central Emporia State Western Washington Missouri Southern at Fort Hays State Missouri Southern Northwest Missouri Truman Pittsburg St. at Missouri Southern Missouri Southern at Missouri Southern Northwest Mo. St. Missouri-Rolla at Emporia State Pittsburg State Langston at Missouri Southern Truman Truman at Southwest Baptist at Central Missouri Missouri-Rolla Missouri-Rolla at Missouri-Rolla

Date Yards (rush/pass) 11/09/2002 309 (89/220) 09/27/1997 306 (116/190) 11/03/2007 305 (14/291) 08/28/2010 305 (5/300) 09/18/1993 305 (-24/329) 11/08/2003 304 (58/246) 09/12/2009 303 (-3/306) 10/21/1995 302 (181/121) 08/28/2008 297 (20/277) 10/09/1999 294 (59/235) 09/23/1995 292 (33/259) 09/18/1999 291 (28/263) 10/03/1998 289 (4/285) 09/20/2008 286 (20/266) 11/05/2011 286 (-4/290) 10/29/1998 284 (27/257) 09/02/2006 282 (-27/309) 11/04/2000 281 (113/168) 10/07/2000 277 (32/245) 10/03/1987 276 (13/263) 09/11/2004 272 (35/237) 10/30/2004 271 (69/202) 09/18/2010 271 (0/271) 09/28/2002 268 (27/241) 09/10/1994 267 (69/198) 10/10/1998 267 (0/267) 10/20/2001 266 (69/197) 08/25/2007 264 (15/249) 10/09/2010 264 (-14/278) 09/15/2007 263 (-34/297) 11/07/1987 258 (20/238) 11/01/1986 258 (27/231) 11/19/2005 257 (-39/296) 11/15/2003 257 (58/199) 09/19/1998 256 (33/223) 10/08/1988 254 (-15/269) 09/26/2009 252 (15/237) 09/28/2009 252 (15/237) 10/08/2005 250 (-11/261) 09/18/2004 250 (54/196)

175+ All-Purpose yards Rank Name Opponent Date Yards 1. Troy Slusser Emporia State 11/12/1988 292 (252 Rec/27 KOR/3 PR) 2. Troy Slusser at Northeastern State 09/24/1988 276 3. Michael Dritlein Truman 09/23/1995 268 4. Andy Rucker at Emporia State 10/30/1997 267 5. Dino DeLisa at Benedictine 09/17/1983 253 6. Sam Sissom vs Northern State 12/04/2004 251 7. Clarence Taylor vs Texas A&M-Commerce 09/24/1977 237 8. Troy Slusser at Central Missouri 09/17/1988 233 9. Sam Sissom at Colorado Mines 08/27/2005 231 10. Vershon Moore Truman 10/31/2009 229 Ra’Shawn Mosley at Missouri Western 09/29/2007 229 12. Troy Slusser at Missouri Southern 10/22/1988 228 13. Cary Williams Missouri Southern 10/06/2007 226 14. Joe Hastings vs Midwestern State 12/04/2010 223 Sam Sissom at Missouri Southern 11/06/2004 223 16. Carl Johnson at Emporia State 10/12/1991 222 17. Marc Nardella at Missouri Southern 10/24/1998 221 18. Sam Sissom at Western Washington 09/09/2006 220 19. Marc Nardella Missouri Western 10/17/1998 219 Troy Slusser Northeastern State 09/26/1987 219 21. Vershon Moore at Colorado Mines 08/28/2010 218 22. Joe Hastings at Colorado Mines 08/28/2010 201 Brandon Walker Pittsburg State 11/03/2007 201 24. Colon McNeal at Pittsburg State 11/14/1998 198 25. Troy Slusser Wayne State (Neb.) 10/15/1988 197 26. Brandon Walker at Pittsburg State 11/01/2008 194

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Name Ra’Shawn Mosley Troy Slusser Clarence Taylor Clarence Taylor Mike Odupitan Michael Dritlein Vershon Moore Mike Odupitan Dashiell Wandix Ra’Shawn Mosley Mike Odupitan Mike Odupitan Dino DeLisa Joe Hastings Mike Odupitan Michael Dritlein Troy Slusser Troy Slusser Clarence Taylor Sam Sissom Joseph Clark Trent Hearn Terrence Lowe Dashiell Wandix Sam Sissom Trent Hearn Michael Dritlein

Date Yards 09/30/2006 193 11/08/1986 193 11/06/1976 192 10/01/1977 192 09/03/2005 190 11/11/1995 190 10/02/2010 188 11/15/2003 188 09/10/1988 188 10/20/2007 187 10/11/2003 187 11/06/2004 186 11/12/1983 186 11/13/2010 185 09/25/2004 183 09/18/1993 183 11/14/1987 182 10/29/1988 180 09/03/1977 180 09/28/2002 179 09/15/1990 179 10/15/2005 178 11/10/2007 177 09/17/1988 178 10/25/2003 176 10/25/2003 175 10/14/1995 175

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Team 500-Yard total offense Games Rank 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Yards Opponent 681 Rockhurst 644 Emporia State 644 Southwest Baptist 620 Fort Hays State 612 at Missouri-Rolla 611 at Colorado Mines 603 Truman 592 at Sioux Falls (S.D.) 591 Missouri Southern 590 Truman 588 Southwest Baptist 588 Pittsburg State 583 Missouri Southern 565 Central Oklahoma 556 Wayne State 554 Missouri-Rolla

Date Yards (rush/pass) 1949 (unknown) 11/12/1988 (248/416) 09/30/2006 (357/287) 10/29/2011 (266/354) 11/09/2002 (361/251) 08/28/2010 (311/300) 11/06/1999 (261/342) 09/01/2011 (140/452) 09/22/2001 (285/306) 10/20/2007 (428/162) 10/14/2000 (253/335) 10/17/2009 (210/378) 10/29/2005 (382/201) 10/15/2011 (148/417) 10/15/1988 (208/348) 10/25/2003 (318/236)

Rank 16. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 27. 29 30.

Yards Opponent 553 at Truman 553 at Truman 548 Abilene Christian 543 vs Northern State 535 at Central Missouri 534 New Mexico Highlands 525 McPherson 522 at Missouri Western 520 vs Midwestern State 518 at Southwest Baptist 518 at Central Missouri 517 Fort Hays State 517 at Missouri-Rolla 515 at Pittsburg State 510 Truman

Date Yards (rush/pass) 09/18/2004 (271/282) 10/08/2011 (229/324) 11/19/2011 (124/424) 12/04/2004 (143/400) 9/17/1988 (114/421) 09/04/2009 (284/250) 09/09/1995 (398/127) 10/29/1983 (204/358) 12/ 04/2010 (159/361) 11/10/2007 (362/156) 09/25/2010 (148/370) 10/03/2009 (119/398) 10/16/2004 (254/263) 11/05/2011 (225/290) 10/31/2009 (363/147)

Rank 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 22. 23. 24.

Yards Opponent 338 Lincoln 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 09/08/2011 10/22/1994 10/11/2001 10/21/1995 10/25/2003 10/04/1975 08/28/2010 10/12/1991 11/10/1990 09/20/1997 11/02/2001 09/17/1983

Team 300-Yard 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 10/20/2007 09/09/1995 10/29/2005 09/09/2000 09/11/1971 10/31/2009 11/10/2007 09/18/1971 11/09/2002 09/30/2006 10/08/1994 09/13/1997

(Carries) (57) (47) (57) (66) (55) (46) (56) (65) (51) (46) (60) (64)

(carries) (43) (58) (60) (53) (51) (63) (50) (37) (58) (69) (54) (53)

Team 300-Yard Passing Games Rank Yards Opponent 1. 452 at Sioux Falls (S.D.) 2. 424 Abilene Christian 3. 418 at Missouri Western 4. 417 Central Oklahoma 5. 416 vs Emporia State 6. 400 vs Northern State 7. 398 Fort Hays State 8. 392 at Nebraska-Omaha 392 Missouri-Rolla 10. 385 at Missouri Southern 1. 378 Pittsburg State 12. 372 at Northwest Missouri 13. 370 at Central Missouri 14. 361 vs Midwestern State 15. 360 Missouri Western 16. 358 at Missouri Western 358 at Emporia State 18. 354 Fort Hays State 19. 351 at Missouri Southern 20. 348 at Colorado Mines 348 at Wayne State

Date 09/01/2011 11/09/2011 10/27/1979 10/15/2011 11/12/1988 12/04/2004 10/03/2009 10/10/2009 09/18/1993 11/13/2010 10/17/2009 10/22/2011 09/25/2010 12/04/2010 09/22/2011 10/29/1983 10/01/2011 10/29/2011 10/24/1998 08/27/2005 10/15/1988

Rank Yards Opponent 22. 342 Truman 23. 337 Central Missouri 24. 335 Southwest Baptist 25. 334 Missouri Southern 26. 333 at Central Washington 27. 332 Northwest Missouri 28. 331 Central Missouri 29. 330 at Western Washington 30. 329 at Southwest Baptist 31. 324 at Emporia State 324 at Central Missouri 324 at Truman 34. 319 Missouri Western 319 Abilene Christian 36. 318 at Northeastern State 37. 309 at Truman 309 Colorado Mines 39. 306 Missouri Southern 40. 304 at Southwest Baptist 41. 300 at Colorado Mines

Date 11/06/1999 11/12/2011 10/14/2000 09/12/2009 09/17/2005 10/23/2010 09/19/1987 09/09/2006 11/13/1993 11/07/2009 09/25/1993 10/08/2011 10/26/2002 09/04/2010 09/24/1988 10/30/2010 09/02/2006 09/22/2001 10/18/2003 08/28/2010

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Yearly Rushing Leaders Year Name 2011 Justin Cooper 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 1,172 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. 241 181 156 135 209 100 224 215 235 110 143 189 137 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. 4.9 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 17 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 2011 Dane Simoneau 4,089 280 482 .581 38 12 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 2011 DaJuan Beard 62 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

Yds 1,029 1,546 758 590 719 674 857 1,109 555 719 732 829 933 1,136 643

Avg./C 16.6 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

TD 15 15 6 5 5 4 8 15 6 12 8 4 9 6 3

Sam Sissom 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

Andy Rucker Michael Dritlein Michael Dritlein Michael Dritlein Michael Dritlein Tracey Hoffman Todd Scharnhorst Dashiell Wandix Troy Slusser Troy Slusser Aaron Walker Steve Tacca Steve Tacca Steve Hardesty Mark Elliott Steve Pokrywka Ron Hamilton Ron Hamilton Mike Keeley Mike Keeley Mike Keeley Rick Benke Rick Benke John Hodnefield Jeff Roether Al Dressman Al Dressman Al Dressman Irv McCoy Jeff Hill Dan Dreiling Charlie White Pete Roscetti Pete Roscetti John Pusateri John Gacek Curtis Miller

22 48 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 2011 Dane Simoneau 4,062 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

476 1,112 816 742 433 271 259 239 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

21.6 23.2 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 523 397 333 226 334 154 342 366 214 418 540 434

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Marc Nardella 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

Barry Galbraith Aaron Battle Aaron Battle Joe Schartz Joe Schartz Joe Schartz Joe Schartz Jeremy Smith Dan Holloway Greg Lane Mark Johnson Barry Griffiths Kyle Kingston Jim Bernard Mike McCartney Dino DeLisa Dino DeLisa Jeff Leiker Mark Elliott Mike Atkins Mike Atkins Mike Atkins Mike Grogan Mike Grogan Mike Grogan Mike Grogan Paul Garrett Ed Clark Kevin McCormick Jon Bakalar Dale Bennett Dean Ferrell Dean Ferrell J.D. Cleavinger Melvin Myricks Jerry Hardy Bill Harper Curt Miller Tom Hallacy Bill Maddox

2,540 2,258 1,677 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

469 413 344 304 305 329 285 157 185 178 265 329 256 251 243 188 262 263 353 408 310 277 246 190 240 220 133 218 172 152 262 247 281 163 114 61 224 185 111 118

19 17 10 16 17 10 11 8 3 3 7 24 13 7 9 8 14 6 8 14 11 5 13 8 15 9 2 3 13 3 6 • • • 3 • • • •

Yearly All-Purpose Leaders Year 2011 2010 2009

Name Rush Rec PR Justin Cooper 1,172 331 0 Joe Hastings 29 1,546 0 Vershon Moore 961 327 13

KOR IT 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total Avg 1503 115.6 1575 131.2 1301 118.3

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

Brandon Walker Ra’Shawn Mosley Sam Sissom Trent Hearn 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

476 194 0 195 0 865 86.5 1199 190 0 0 0 1389 115.8 0 674 200 15 0 889 80.8 1,203 34 0 0 0 1,237 103.1 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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Yearly Punt Return Leaders Year Name Att. 2011 DaJuan Beard 10 2010 DaJuan 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

Yards 47 201 217 159 205 200 110 310 296 71 42 237 311 199 126 91 168 79 86 26 154 58 73 414

Avg. 4.7 11.8 9.4 8.4 10.8 8.7 11.0 13.5 9.3 5.1 7.0 10.3 9.1 10.5 7.9 7.0 6.2 7.9 6.6 3.3 5.5 4.8 6.1 10.9

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1987 Troy Slusser 45 416 9.2 1986 Troy Slusser 38 296 7.8 1985 Troy Slusser 8 26 3.3 1984 Bill Wiley 7 55 7.9 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

Yearly Kickoff Return Leaders Year Name No. Yards Avg. 2011 Mark Fancher 24 612 25.5 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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Yearly Interception Leaders Year Name No. Yards Avg. TD 2011 Marty Pfannenstiel 4 27 6.8 0 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 2011 Justin Cooper 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

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Points TD 108 18 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

PAT 0 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

FG 0 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

1985 Nick Kresic 1984 Dino DeLisa 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 2011 Aaron Hummert 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

45 48 84 24 36 32 39 46 48 48 54 54 18 40 78 42 54 18 18 18 24 36 42 24 No 38 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

0 8 14 4 6 5 0 0 8 8 9 9 3 0 13 7 9 3 3 3 4 6 7 4 Yards 1,522 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

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Avg Blkd 40.1 0 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

1967 Jeff Hill 1966 Jeff Hill 1965 Leonard Bozic 1964 no record 1963 Pete Roscetti 1962 Jack Clanton 1961 Jack Clanton 1960 Gene Bailey

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2,419 38.4 1,766 35.3 1,811 34.8

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1,193 1,500 1,260 466

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37.3 37.5 32.3 33.3

Yearly Defensive Leaders Year Name Total Solos 2011 Casey Curran 119 53 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

Assists 66 41 43 49 61 79 56 70 73 66 65 46 41 55 42 50 55 35 51 33 57 58 30 35 49 41 34 33 64 30 69 80

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///////// First Downs First downs in a game • 33, Emporia State, 1998 First downs in a season • 304, 2011 (13 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 • 452, Sioux Falls, Sept. 1, 2011 Yards in a season • 4,305, 2011 (13 games) Completions in a game • 34, Wayne State (Neb.), 1980 Completions in a season • 292, 2011 Attempts in a game • 63, Wayne State (Neb.), 1980 Attempts in a season • 505, 2011 Passing TD’s in a game • 6, Emporia State, 1988; Pittsburg State, 2009; Central Oklahoma, 2011 Passing TD’s in a season • 29, 2011 Completion percentage in a game • .900, Mo. Valley, 1980

Points in a season • 502, 2011 (13 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

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, Total Offense 1964 Yards in a game • 681, Rockhurst, 1949 Fewest passing yards allowed in a game • 0 Yards in a season • 6,260, 2011 (13 games) vs. Wichita State in 1946, Most plays in a season • 969, 2011 (13 games) vs. Emporia State in 1947, Most yards per play in a season • 6.6, 2010 (12 vs. Northeast Missouri State in 1963, games) Most total offensive yards in a game between two vs. Southern Colorado in 1973 teams • 1,343; 11/12/88 vs Emporia State (WU-664; Fewest passing yards allowed in a season • 493, 1963 ESU-679) Scoring Offense Points in a game • 82, New Mexico Highlands, 9/4/09; W 82-21 Points in a quarter • 49, Lincoln (first quarter), Sept. 8, 2011 Points in a half • 66, Lincoln (first half ), Sept. 8, 2011 Points at the end of three quarters • 75, New Mexico Highlands, Sept. 4, 2009

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Most punts in a season • 80, 1952 Longest punt • 87 vs. Missouri Western, 1982; 87 vs Nebraska-Omaha, 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

1890-99 24-15-4 (.605) 1900-09 57-23-8 (.693) 1910-19 38-37-7 (.506) 1920-29 24-57-8 (.315) 1930-39 44-49-4 (.477) 1940-49 39-35-6 (.525) 1950-59 47-38-2 (.546) 1960-69 34-56-1 (.379) 1970-79 49-48-4 (.505) 1980-89 44-60-0 (.423) 1990-99 30-74-0 (.288) 2000-09 62-51-0 (.549) 2010-pr 18-7-0 (.750)

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 • 10, 2011 9-win seasons - 2005 8-win seasons - 1906, 1907, 1964, 1974, 1983, 1986, 2004, 2007, 2010 Consecutive games scoring All games • 150, Nov. 14, 1998-present (beginning with Pittsburg State (11/14/98) through end of 2011 season – last time shutout was Nov. 7, 1998 vs UCM, 37-0.)

Total Games Played 1,104

Milestone wins Victory Number 200 1942: Washburn 21 Fort Hays State 13

Victory Number 400 1988: Washburn 59 Emporia State 46

Victory Number 50 1904: Washburn 23 Ottawa 4

Victory Number 250 1954: Washburn 13 Colorado Mines 10

Victory Number 450 2003: Washburn 49 Missouri-Rolla 24

Victory Number 100 1914: Washburn 6 Central Missouri 0

Victory Number 300 1965: Washburn 15 Peru State 7

Victory Number 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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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

All-Time Record: 510-550-44 (.482)

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RUSHING (SEASON)

PASSING (SEASON)

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

Pass attempts 1. 509 (257-509-31) 2. 505 (292-505-12) 3. 406 (199-406-21) 4. 396 (234-396-12) 5. 383 (210-383-8) 6. 355 (172-355-17) 7. 342 (161-342-16) 8. 335 (198-335-10) 9. 326 (143-326-11) 10. 314 (138-314-26)

2000 1997 1999 1974 1966 2001 1975 1983 1972 1991

Pass completions 1. 292 (292-505-12) 2011 2. 257 (257-509-31) 1980 3. 234 (234-396-12) 2010 4. 210 (210-383-8) 2004 5. 199 (199-406-21) 1993 6. 198 (198-335-10) 2009 7. 172 (172-355-17) 1988 8. 171 (171-304-13) 2005 9. 161 (161-342-16) 2002 10. 156 two times

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) Rushing TDs 1. 35 2. 30 3. 29 4. 26 5. 24 6. 23 7. 22 8. 21

2000 2005 2007 2011 2009 2006 2001 four times

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. 4.21 (464-1955) 10. 4.20 (508-2136)

2009 2007 1991 2000 2005 2004 2010 2001 2011 1990

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

Passing yards 1. 4305 (292-505-12) 2. 3590 (234-396-12) 3. 3214 (198-335-10) 4. 2991 (210-383-8) 5. 2924 (257-509-31) 6. 2839 (172-355-17) 7. 2803 (171-304-13) 8. 2578 (199-406-21) 9. 2447 (161-342-16) 10. 2392 (156-301-15) Passing TDs 1. 39 2. 34 34 4. 28 5. 27 6. 24 24 8. 17 9. 16 10. 15

1980 2011 1993 2010 2004 1988 2002 2009 2008 1987

2011 2010 2009 2004 1980 1988 2005 1993 2002 2007 2011 2004 2010 2009 1988 2005 2002 2007 1999 2003

Passes had intercepted 1. 31 (257-509-31) 1980 2. 26 (138-314-26) 1987 3. 24 (133-311-24) 1985 4. 22 (148-303-22) 2003 5. 21 (199-406-21) 1993 6. 20 (70-204-20) 1984 20 (102-273-20) 1982 20 (79-215-20) 1969 9. 19 (28-112-19) 1965 19 (137-294-19) 2001

1983 2009 2010 2011 1999 2005 1998 2004 2000 1979

Pass efficiency 1. 161.3 (198-335-10) 2. 157.5 (234-396-12) 3. 151.2 (171-304-13) 4. 150.2 (292-505-12) 5. 145.5 (210-383-8) 6. 142.6 (155-272-7) 7. 137.3 (84-161-15) 8. 131.1 (172-355-17) 9. 130.3 (156-278-7) 10. 129.5 (110-217-11)

2009 2010 2005 2011 2004 1999 1995 1988 1998 2006

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 (292-505-12) 6. 8.5 (155-272-7) 7. 8.4 (110-217-11) 8. 8.0 (156-278-7) 9. 8.0 (172-355-17) 10. 7.9 (156-301-15)

Pass receptions 1. 292 (292-4305) 2011 2. 257 (257-2924) 1980 3. 234 (234-3590) 2010 4. 210 (210-2991) 2004 5. 199 (199-2578) 1993 6. 198 (198-3214) 2009 7. 172 (172-2839) 1988 8. 171 (171-2803) 2005 9. 161 (161-2447) 2002 10. 156 two times

1995 2009 2005 2010 2011 1999 2006 1998 1988 2007

Receptions/game 1. 25.70 (10 games) 2. 22.46 (13 games) 3. 19.90 (10 games) 4. 19.50 (12 games) 5. 18.00 (11 games) 6. 17.50 (12 games) 7. 15.64 (11 games) 8. 14.64 (11 games) 9. 14.50 (10 games) 10. 14.25 (12 games)

Average yards/completion 1. 18.5 (84-161-15) 1995 2. 18.5 (28-69-4) 1964 3. 18.3 (78-200-18) 1994 4. 17.3 (69-182-15) 1970 5. 16.7 (43-101-13) 1960 6. 16.6 (110-217-11) 2006 7. 16.5 (172-355-17) 1988 8. 16.4 (171-304-13) 2005 9. 16.2 (198-335-10) 2009 10. 16.2 (138-314-26) 1987 Passing yards/game 1. 331.2 (13 games) 2. 299.2 (12 games) 3. 292.4 (10 games) 4. 292.2 (11 games) 5. 258.1 (11 games) 6. 257.8 (10 games) 7. 249.2 (12 games) 8. 233.6 (12 games) 9. 222.5 (11 games) 10. 210.2 (11 games)

SCORING (SEASON)

SCORING (SEASON)

Total points scored 1. 502 (67 TD, 60 PAT, 12 FG) 2. 449 (56 TD, 52 PAT, 19 FG) 3. 446 (57 TD, 52 PAT, 16 FG) 4. 430 (60 TD, 60 PAT, 3 FG) 5. 407 (57 TD, 49 PAT, 4 FG) 6. 390 (53 TD, 50 PAT, 6 FG) 7. 347 (47 TD, 43 PAT, 7 FG) 8. 300 (39 TD, 37 PAT, 9 FG) 9. 284 (39 TD, 36 PAT, 4 FG) 10. 283 (37 TD, 25 PAT, 10 FG)

Touchdowns scored 1. 67 (26 rush, 39 rcv, 2 ret) 2. 60 (30 rush, 24 rcv, 6 ret) 3. 57 (20 rush, 34 rcv, 3 ret) 57 (20 rush, 34 rcv, 3 ret) 5. 56 (24 rush, 28 rcv, 4 ret) 6. 53 (29 rush, 17 rcv, 7 ret) 7. 47 (35 rush, 11 rcv, 1 ret) 8. 40 (15 rush, 24 rcv, 1 ret) 9. 39 (12 rush, 27 rcv) 39 (20 rush, 15 rcv, 4 ret)

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Pass completion pct 1. 59.3 (131-221-10) 2. 59.1 (198-335-10) 3. 59.1 (234-396-12) 4. 57.8 (292-505-12) 5. 57.0 (155-272-7) 6. 56.2 (171-304-13) 7. 56.1 (156-278-7) 8. 54.8 (210-383-8) 9. 53.5 (139-260-13) 10. 52.3 (136-260-16)

2011 2010 1980 2009 1988 1993 2004 2005 2002 1999

2011 2005 2004 2010 2009 2007 2000 2002 1988 2003

Pass reception yards 1. 4305 (292-4305) 2. 3590 (234-3590) 3. 3214 (198-3214) 4. 2991 (210-2991) 5. 2924 (257-2924) 6. 2839 (172-2839) 7. 2803 (171-2803) 8. 2578 (199-2578) 9. 2447 (161-2447) 10. 2392 (156-2392)

2011 2010 2009 2004 1980 1988 2005 1993 2002 2007

1980 2011 1993 2010 2009 2004 1988 2002 1992 2005

TOTAL OFFENSE (SEASON) Total offense yards 1. 6260 (969-6260) 2. 5524 (843-5524) 3. 5208 (741-5208) 4. 5099 (869-5099) 5. 4981 (803-4981) 6. 4743 (796-4743) 7. 4575 (832-4575) 8. 4470 (795-4470) 9. 4379 (823-4379) 10. 4288 (817-4288)

2011 2010 2009 2004 2005 2007 2000 1988 1999 2001

TDs responsible for 1. 106 2. 91 91 4. 84 84 6. 70 7. 66 8. 64 9. 58 10. 54

2011 2004 2010 2009 2005 2007 1988 2002 2000 2003

Total offense/game 1. 481.5 (13 games) 2. 473.5 (11 games) 3. 460.3 (12 games) 4. 424.9 (12 games) 5. 415.9 (11 games) 6. 415.1 (12 games) 7. 406.4 (11 games) 8. 398.1 (11 games) 9. 395.2 (12 games) 10. 389.8 (11 games)

2011 2009 2010 2004 2000 2005 1988 1999 2007 2001

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. 6.46 (969-6260)

1964 1960 1962 1963 1961 1968 1967 2009 2010 2011

All purpose yards 1. 7523 2. 6770 3. 6744 4. 6539 5. 6411 6. 6373 7. 5823 8. 5822 9. 5789 10. 5671

2011 2010 2004 2009 2005 2007 1988 2000 2003 1999

All purpose yards/game 1. 594.5 (11 games) 2009 2. 578.7 (13 games) 2011 3. 564.2 (12 games) 2010 4. 562.0 (12 games) 2004 5. 534.2 (12 games) 2005 6. 531.1 (12 games) 2007 7. 529.4 (11 games) 1988 8. 529.3 (11 games) 2000 9. 526.3 (11 games) 2003 10. 515.5 (11 games) 1999

EXTRA POINTS (SEASON) PAT kicks made 1. 59 (59-59) 2. 58 (58-63) 3. 52 (52-55) 4. 50 (50-50) 5. 48 (48-51) 6. 47 (47-54) 7. 42 (42-45) 8. 35 (35-36) 9. 34 (34-35) 10. 33 (33-34)

2005 2011 2009 2010 2007 2004 2000 1988 2003 1977

PAT kicks attempted 1. 63 (58-63) 2. 59 (59-59) 3. 55 (52-55) 4. 54 (47-54) 5. 51 (48-51) 6. 50 (50-50) 7. 45 (42-45) 8. 36 (35-36) 9. 35 (34-35) 10. 34 (33-34)

2011 2005 2009 2004 2007 2010 2000 1988 2003 1977

PAT kick pct 1. 100.0 (13-13) 100.0 (59-59) 100.0 (50-50) 100.0 (15-15) 5. 97.2 (35-36) 6. 97.1 (34-35) 7. 97.1 (33-34) 8. 96.9 (31-32) 9. 96.6 (28-29) 10. 96.2 (25-26)

1990 2005 2010 1984 1988 2003 1977 1986 1987 1975

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FIELD GOALS (SEASON) Field goals made 1. 19 (19-21) 2. 18 (18-24) 3. 16 (16-18) 4. 12 (12-16) 5. 11 (11-14) 6. 10 (10-15) 10 (10-20) 8. 9 (9-13) 9 (9-14) 9 (9-16)

2009 1986 2010 2011 1998 1985 1999 1978 1979 1988

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 (12-16) 16 (4-16)

1986 2009 1999 1997 1983 2010 1972 1988 2011 1976

Field goal pct 1. 90.5 (19-21) 2. 88.9 (16-18) 3. 78.6 (11-14) 4. 75.0 (18-24) 75.0 (12-16) 6. 71.4 (5-7) 71.4 (5-7) 8. 69.2 (9-13) 9. 66.7 (10-15) 10. 64.3 (9-14)

2009 2010 1998 1986 2011 2008 1994 1978 1985 1979

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

1969 1982 1980 1985 2008 1991 1990 1981 2004 1984 1969 1982 1985 1980 1981 1991 1984 1973 two years

Punts had blocked 1. 4 (53-1629) 1994 2. 3 (59-1845) 1992 3 (51-1810) 2005 3 (59-2019) 2006 5. 2 (46-1411) 1993 2 (50-1501) 2003 2 (61-2222) 1999 2 (61-2431) 2004 2 (68-2578) 1991 10. 1 four times

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. 39.04 (55-2147) 9. 39.03 (78-3044) 10. 38.98 (62-2417)

2002 2007 1990 2004 1975 2008 1997 2011 1969 1971

PUNT RETURNS (SEASON) 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) 40 (40-300) 6. 37 (37-320) 7. 35 (35-199) 8. 33

1987 1971 1988 1975 1986 1999 1974 five times

Punt return TDs 1. 3 2. 2 2 2 5. 1

2009 1975 1995 2004 five times

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

KICK RETURNS (SEASON) Kick return yards 1. 1224 (58-1224) 2. 1077 (48-1077) 3. 1062 (59-1062) 4. 1044 (51-1044) 5. 982 (49-982) 6. 969 (48-969) 7. 965 (48-965) 8. 916 (41-916) 9. 911 (44-911) 10. 887 (41-887)

2001 2003 1993 1998 1984 2011 2000 1987 2007 2005

Kick returns 1. 59 (59-1062) 2. 58 (58-1224) 3. 53 (53-843) 4. 52 (52-728) 5. 51 (51-1044) 6. 50 (50-886) 7. 49 (49-982) 8. 48

1993 2001 1994 1980 1998 2004 1984 four times

Kick return TDs 1. 2 2 2 4. 1

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

INTERCEPTIONS (SEASON) Interception return yards 1. 464 (23-464) 2007 2. 361 (17-361) 2008 3. 309 (14-309) 2003 4. 291 (18-291) 1971 5. 264 (11-264) 1980 6. 259 (14-259) 2009 7. 256 (21-256) 2005 8. 252 (15-252) 2004 9. 251 (22-251) 1983 10. 249 (19-249) 2011 249 (15-249) 1970 Interceptions 1. 23 (23-464) 23 (23-136) 3. 22 (22-251) 22 (22-237) 5. 21 (21-256) 6. 19 (19-249) 19 (19-111) 8. 18 (18-291) 9. 17

2007 1977 1983 1974 2005 2011 1985 1971 three times

Interception return TDs 1. 5 2007 2. 3 2005 3 1996 4. 2 six times 10. 1 seven times

FUMBLE RETURNS (SEASON) Fumble return yards 1. 72 (1-72) 2. 62 (3-62) 62 (1-62) 4. 59 (2-59) 5. 51 (1-51) 6. 43 (2-43) 7. 32 (1-32) 8. 10 (1-10) 10 (2-10) 10. 8 (1-8)

2006 2001 1998 2011 2000 2003 1999 2004 2010 2008

Fumble returns 1. 3 (3-62) 2. 2 (2-59) 2 (2-43) 2 (2-10) 5. 1

2001 2011 2003 2010 nine times

Fumble return TDs 1. 2 2010 2. 1 eight times

DEFENSE (SEASON)

1986 1987 1985 2010 2011 1992 2005 1983 1984 1981 2000

Total tackles 1. 1054 (491-563) 2. 983 (481-502) 3. 951 (529-422) 951 (618-333) 5. 929 (418-511) 6. 915 (511-404) 7. 911 (444-467) 8. 907 (566-341) 9. 893 (273-620) 10. 887 (527-360)

2011 2005 2007 1987 2002 1988 2004 1984 1981 2009

Unassisted tackles 1. 618 (618-333) 2. 566 (566-341) 3. 529 (529-422) 4. 527 (527-360) 5. 519 (519-296) 6. 511 (511-404) 7. 491 (491-231) 491 (491-563) 9. 481 (481-372) 481 (481-502) 481 (481-277)

Yards from sacks 1. 205 (26-2/205) 2. 198 (22-16/198) 3. 185 (28-12/185) 4. 184 (31-0/184) 5. 178 (21-10/178) 6. 177 (23-20/177) 7. 155 (15-14/155) 8. 149 (18-6/149) 149 (17-8/149) 10. 125 (20-0/125)

2000 2005 2010 1992 2006 2011 2004 2008 2007 1997

1987 1984 2007 2009 1989 1988 1983 2011 2010 2005 1993

Fumbles forced 1. 17 2. 14 14 14 14 6. 13 13 13 13 10. 12

1984 1997 2005 2001 1983 2009 2000 2010 2002 2003

Assisted tackles 1. 620 (273-620) 2. 563 (491-563) 3. 512 (354-512) 4. 511 (418-511) 5. 502 (481-502) 6. 467 (353-467) 467 (444-467) 8. 456 (315-456) 9. 422 (529-422) 10. 406 (427-406)

1981 2011 2003 2002 2005 1982 2004 1992 2007 2008

Tackles for loss 1. 93.0 (93-0/362) 2. 90.0 (60-60/363) 3. 85.0 (83-4/0) 4. 84.0 (84-0/268) 5. 81.0 (81-0/303) 6. 78.0 (53-50/356) 7. 77.0 (51-52/306) 8. 76.0 (60-32/268) 9. 74.0 (61-26/309) 10. 72.0 (35-74/0)

2000 2011 1986 1999 2001 2005 2006 2007 2010 1992

Yards from tackles for loss 1. 363 (60-60/363) 2011 2. 362 (93-0/362) 2000 3. 356 (53-50/356) 2005 4. 309 (61-26/309) 2010 5. 306 (51-52/306) 2006 6. 303 (81-0/303) 2001 7. 268 (84-0/268) 1999 268 (60-32/268) 2007 9. 261 (59-20/261) 2008 10. 260 (51-0/260) 1989

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Fumbles recovered 1. 23 1990 2. 19 1984 19 1981 19 1987 5. 17 1996 17 2001 7. 16 2007 8. 15 1982 9. 14 three times Pass breakups 1. 57 2. 50 3. 49 4. 48 5. 47 6. 46 7. 45 8. 42 9. 40 40

1985 2005 2004 2010 2008 1986 1983 2011 1997 2006

Blocked kicks 1. 7 7 3. 6 4. 5 5 5 5 8. 4

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Quarterback sacks 1. 45.0 (43-4/0) 2. 40.0 (40-0/0) 3. 35.0 (35-0/0) 4. 34.0 (28-12/185) 5. 33.0 (23-20/177) 6. 31.0 (31-0/184) 7. 30.0 (22-16/198) 8. 29.0 (27-4/0) 9. 28.0 (28-0/0) 10. 27.0 (27-0/0) 27.0 (26-2/205)

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Most Points Scored No. Score Opponent Date 1. 82-21 New Mexico Highlands 09/04/2009 2. 80-0 Fort Riley 10/13/1900 3. 79-3 St. Mary of the Plains 09/09/1978 4. 71-35 Truman 10/20/2007 5. 66-26 Lincoln (Mo.) 09/08/2011 6. 64-0 Olathe Naval Base 10/23/1953 7. 63-21 at Lincoln 09/09/2000 8. 62-0 at Truman State 09/18/2004 9. 61-0 McPherson 09/09/1995 10. 60-0 Rockhurst 10/28/1949

Most Points Allowed No. Score Opponent 1. 15-77 Mississippi Valley St. 2. 12-72 at Pittsburg State 3. 28-70 at Northern Colorado 14-70 at Pittsburg State 5. 0-67 at CSU-Colo. Springs 6. 15-66 at Missouri State 7. 35-64 at Emporia State 8. 21-63 Northwest Missouri 9. 13-62 at Pittsburg State 10. 36-61 at Northwest Missouri

Largest Victory No. Margin Opponent Score Date 1. 80 Fort Riley 80-0 10/13/1900 2. 76 St. Mary of the Plains 79-3 09/09/1978 3. 64 Olathe Naval Base 64-0 10/23/1953 4. 62 at Truman 62-0 09/18/2004 5. 61 McPherson 61-0 09/09/1995 6. 60 New Mexico Highlands 82-21 09/04/2009 60 Rockhurst 60-0 10/29/1949 8. 56 at Kansas State 56-0 11/05/1904 9. 55 Ottawa 55-0 10/26/1912 55 Missouri Western 58-3 09/16/1972

Largest Defeat No. Margin Opponent 1. 67 CSU-Colo. Springs 2. 62 Mississippi Valley 3. 61 at Pittsburg State 4. 60 at Pittsburg State 5. 56 at Pittsburg State 6. 54 at Fresno State 7. 52 at Missouri Western 8. 51 at Missouri State 9. 49 at Pittsburg State 49 at Nebraska-Kearney

Highest Scoring Games (Combined) No. Opponent Date 1. Truman 10/20/2007 2. Emporia State 11/12/1988 3. New Mexico Highlands 09/04/2009 4. Abilene Christian 11/19/2011 5. at Missouri Southern 11/06/2004 6. at Central Missouri 09/25/2010 7. at Emporia State 10/30/1997 8. at Northern Colorado 11/15/1969 9. at Northwest Missouri 10/09/1993 10. Mississippi Valley 09/15/1984

Most Points Allowed in a Loss No. Points Score Opponent Date 1. 77 15-77 Mississippi Valley St. 09/15/1984 2. 72 12-72 at Pittsburg State 11/14/1998 3. 70 28-70 at Northern Colorado 11/15/1969 70 14-70 at Pittsburg State 10/02/2004 5. 67 0-67 at CSU-Colo. Springs 09/23/1944 6. 66 15-66 at Missouri State 09/12/1992 7. 64 35-64 at Emporia State 10/30/1997 8. 63 21-63 Northwest Missouri 10/28/2000 9. 62 13-62 at Pittsburg State 10/01/1994 10. 61 36-61 at Northwest Missouri 10/09/1993

Score Pts. W 71-35 106 W 59-46 105 W 82-21 103 W 52-49 101 W 58-43 101 L 45-55 100 L 35-64 99 L 28-70 98 L 36-61 97 L 15-77 92

Most Points Scored in a Win No. Points Score Opponent Date 1. 82 82-21 New Mexico Highlands 9/04/2009 2. 80 80-0 Fort Riley 10/13/1900 3. 79 79-3 St. Mary of the Plains 09/09/1978 4. 71 71-35 Truman 10/20/2007 5. 66 66-26 Lincoln (Mo.) 09/08/2011 6. 64 64-0 Olathe Naval Base 10/23/1953 7. 63 63-21 at Lincoln 09/09/2000 8. 62 62-0 at Truman State 09/18/2004 9. 61 61-0 McPherson 09/09/1995 10. 60 60-0 Rockhurst 10/28/1949 Most Points Scored in a Loss No. Points Score Opponent Date 1. 45 45-55 at Central Missouri 09/25/2010 2. 42 42-48 at Central Washington 09/17/2005 42 42-45 at Truman 11/04/2000 4. 40 40-41 Northwest Missouri 10/23/2010 5. 39 39-40 at West Texas A&M 11/17/2007 6. 36 36-61 at Northwest Missouri 10/09/1993 7. 35 35-64 at Emporia State 10/30/1997 35 35-40 Emporia State 10/05/1996 Texas A&M-Commerce 09/24/1977 35 35-36 10. 34 four times

Date 09/15/1984 11/14/1998 11/15/1969 10/02/2004 09/23/1944 09/12/1992 10/30/1997 10/28/2000 10/01/1994 10/09/1993

Score Date 0-67 09/23/1944 15-77 09/15/1984 0-61 10/28/1989 12-72 11/14/1998 14-70 10/02/2004 0-54 10/02/1965 0-52 11/07/1981 15-66 09/12/1992 13-62 10/01/1994 6-55 09/16/1967

Most Points Allowed in a Win No. Points Score Opponent 1. 49 52-49 Abilene Christian 2. 46 59-46 Emporia State 3. 43 58-43 at Missouri Southern 4. 37 49-37 at Missouri Southern 37 41-37 at Southwest Baptist 6. 36 38-36 Pittsburg State 7. 35 71-35 Truman 35 56-35 at Emporia State 35 49-35 Missouri Southern 35 40-35 at Fort Hays State 35 38-35 Missouri Southern 35 38-35 Southwest Baptist

Date 11/19/2011 11/12/1988 11/06/2004 10/24/1998 10/18/2003 10/04/1980 10/20/2007 11/07/2009 10/29/2005 10/25/1986 11/15/2003 10/08/2004

Washburn’s Games Decided by Year 1 pt. 3 pts. 7 pts. 10 pts. or less 1890-99 0-0 0-0 0-0 9-3 1900-09 3-1 0-0 2-0 23-10 1910-19 2-2 0-2 1-2 12-19 1920-29 2-0 2-3 4-3 16-22 1930-39 2-4 1-0 4-5 17-22 1940-49 3-5 0-0 4-2 12-11 1950-59 4-5 4-2 5-2 25-15 1960-69 2-3 3-1 4-3 17-14 1970-79 2-3 2-1 4-5 24-21 1980-89 2-3 2-3 9-4 21-19 1990-99 0-4 3-3 1-2 12-17 2000-09 3-3 4-6 4-1 21-24 2010-11 1-1 1-1 0-0 3-5 Totals 26-33 22-22 42-29 212-202 Washburn’s Points 0-9 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60 or more

Record when Scoring... Overall Since 1989 season 58-325-35 2-31-0 133-139-6 7-51-0 161-67-3 32-41-0 94-15-0 35-12-0 41-4-0 21-4-0 16-0-0 10-0-0 10-0-0 6-0-0

Washburn’s Points 0-9 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60 or more

Record when Allowing... Overall Since 1989 season 328-55-35 32-0-0 109-131-6 31-12-0 58-153-3 39-35-0 15-107-0 9-43-0 3-74-0 2-32-0 0-17-0 0-9-0 0-12-0 0-8-0

Washburn’s All-Time Overtime games (2-5) Opponent Date #OT’s Final Southwest Baptist Missouri Western at Emporia State Pittsburg State at Missouri Western at Northwest Missouri at Pittsburg State

09/19/1998 10/26/2002 09/20/2003 10/01/2005 11/05/2005 10/24/2009 10/16/2010

1 2 1 1 1 1 1

L 20-26 L 28-34 L 28-35 W 35-34 L 21-28 L 19-22 W 35-34

Fewest Points Scored in a Win No. Points Score Opponent Date 1. 3 3-0 at Nebraska-Kearney 10/04/1969 2. 4 4-0 at Kansas State 11/08/1897 3. 5 5-4 at Kansas State 10/27/1906 5 5-0 at Denver Athletic Club 11/05/1898 5 5-0 Kansas 10/31/1903 5 5-0 at Kansas State 11/09/1907 7. 6 19 times

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Washburn in the final NCAA Team Statistics (1989-pr) - Top 75 Total Offense Year Games 1999 11 2000 11 2003 11 2004 12 2005 12 2006 11 2007 12 2009 11 2010 12 2011 13

Avg. 398.10 415.90 372.40 424.90 415.10 328.50 395.30 473.45 460.33 481.54

Rank 34th T19th T60th 23rd 29th 64th 47th 7th 10th 5th

Total Defense Year Games 2010 12

Avg. 350.92

Rank 66th

Scoring Offense Year Games 2000 11 2003 11 2004 12 2005 12 2006 11 2007 12 2009 11 2010 12 2011 13

Avg. 31.50 25.80 33.90 35.80 25.00 32.50 40.82 37.17 38.62

Rank 28th T69th 30th 16th 53rd 35th 4th 11th 11th

Scoring Defense Year Games 2006 11 2007 12 2008 11 2009 11 2011 13

Avg. 16.40 24.10 21.45 21.45 25.15

Rank 30th 58th 40th 43rd 59th

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 2011 13

Avg. 151.80 107.70 133.73 134.50 140.08

Rank 70 45 62 58th 63rd

Pass Offense Year Games 1993 10 1998 11 1999 11 2003 11 2004 12 2005 12 2007 12 2009 11 2010 12 2011 13

Avg. 257.80 202.90 210.20 198.90 249.30 233.60 199.30 292.18 299.17 331.15

Rank 21st 45th 45th 62nd 30th 44th 69th 10th 17th 4th

Pass Defense Year Games 1989 10 2008 11

Avg. 124.60 198.73

Rank 18th 73rd

Pass Efficiency Year Games 2006 11 2007 12 2009 11 2010 12 2011 13

Avg. 129.52 127.30 161.30 157.52 150.14

Rank 48th 61st 5th 9th 17th

Pass Efficiency Defense Year Games Avg. 1990 10 93.70 1996 10 98.60 2006 11 110.80 2007 12 119.90 2008 11 111.76

Rank 22nd 35th 53rd 70th 37th

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

Net Punting Year Games 1999 11 2002 11 2004 12 2007 12 2008 11 2009 11 2010 12 2011 13

Avg. 24.20 37.22 32.30 38.19 37.40 35.49 32.36 34.87

Rank 37th 8th 66th 1st 4th 8th 69th 33rd

Sacks Year Games 2006 11 2010 12 2011 13

Avg. 2.27 2.83 2.54

Rank 42th 20th 37th

Sacks Allowed Year Games 2006 11 2007 12 2008 11 2009 11 2010 12 2011 13

Avg. 1.55 1.58 1.55 1.00 1.00 1.38

Rank 37th 39th T42nd 11th 9th 37th

Tackles for Loss Year Games 2010 12 2011 13

Avg. 2.83 6.77

Rank 20th 63rd

Turnover Margin Year Games 1996 10 2004 12 2005 12 2006 11 2007 12 2008 11 2009 11 2011 13

Avg. 0.50 1.00 0.30 0.10 1.00 0.00 0.82 0.92

Rank 42nd 13th 59th 66th 18th T68th 16th 19th

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Passes Intercepted Year Games Avg. 2006 11 17.00 2007 12 23.00

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Ichabods in the final NCAA Individual Statistics (1989-pr) - Top 75 Intro Players Coaches Opponents Review The MIAA Records History

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 2011 Justin Cooper

Avg. 93.60 111.60 90.30 100.30 99.90 87.36 100.70 90.15

Rank 25th 22nd 53rd 44th 32nd 39th 28th 42nd

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 2011 Justin Cooper 2011 Jeremy Linn

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 8.31 35th 7.15 68th

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. Rank 6.40 14th 4.80 47th 5.80 22nd 4.90 T45th 4.60 T44th 5.40 41st 4.70 70th 7.25 18th

Receiving Yards Year Player 1993 Michael Dritlein 1999 Marc Nardella 1994 Michael Dritlein 1995 Michael Dritlein 1998 Marc Nardella 2000 Colon McNeal 2004 Sam Sissom 2004 Mike Odupitan 2005 Mike Odupitan 2006 Sam Sissom 2009 Drameagon Powers 2010 Joe Hastings 2011 Ronnell Garner 2011 DaJuan Beard

Avg. 92.80 84.80 81.60 111.20 103.30 75.40 92.40 68.00 71.40 61.30 68.91 128.83 82.08 79.15

Rank 18th 27th 32nd 4th 10th 38th 23th 66th 64th 72nd 68th 2nd 39th 45th

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 2011 Dane Simoneau

Avg. 189.10 205.30 230.90 240.40 233.70 244.60 219.20 192.80 265.64 286.08 312.46

Rank 39th 28th 26th 18th 35th 31st 46th 71st 23rd 22nd 4th

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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. 189.10 205.30 230.90 240.40 233.70 244.60 219.20 192.80 265.64 286.08

All Purpose Yards Year Player 1995 Michael Dritlein 2003 Mike Odupitan 2007 Ra’Shawn Mosley 2009 Vershon Moore 2010 Joe Hastings 2011 Justin Cooper

Avg. Rank 141.90 26th 116.00 71st 115.80 73rd 118.27 T55th 131.25 43rd 115.62 69th

Field Goals Year Player 1995 Dan Brown 1998 Chad Todd 1999 Chad Todd 2000 Chad Todd 2009 Steve Ivanisevic 2010 Steve Ivanisevic 2011 Jeremy Linn

Rank 39th 28th 26th 18th 35th 31st 46th 71st 23rd 22nd

Avg. Rank 0.60 41st 1.00 T15th 0.91 T27th 0.64 T40th 1.73 2nd 1.33 10th 0.92 45th

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 2011 Dane Simoneau

Avg. 123.60 130.50 145.20 123.90 149.90 153.00 129.60 162.47 160.01 150.39

Rank 47th 33rd 16th 38th 8th 16th 53rd 6th 9th 18th

Kickoff Returns Year Player 1997 Andy Rucker 2000 Patrick Hayes 2003 Mike Odupitan 2006 Fletcher Terrell 2007 Cary Williams 2011 Mark Fancher

Avg. 22.70 24.80 28.00 25.70 28.60 25.50

Rank 42nd 30th 19th 24th 10th 35th

Punt Returns Year Player 2000 Patrick Hayes 2003 Sam Sissom 2004 Sam Sissom 2006 Sam Sissom 2008 Casey Curran 2009 Casey Curran 2010 DaJuan Beard

Avg. Rank 10.30 T46th 9.30 58th 13.50 16th 8.70 52nd 8.37 56th 9.43 43rd 11.82 27th

Sacks Year 2009 2009 2010

Player Ben Bianchino Eric Lawrence 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 2011 Casey Curran

Avg. 40.10 39.30 36.40 39.90 42.50 40.90 37.90 41.00 39.70

Rank 13th 22nd 48th 23rd 3rd 15th 51st 11th 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 9.15

Rank T9th T35th T53rd T68th 34th 20th 74th 30th 7th 12th T70th 26th T52nd

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

Avg. Rank 0.64 T40th 0.59 T51st 0.58 T70th

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NCAA ALL-AMERICANS

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Ichabod NCAA All-Americans

Intro Players Coaches Opponents Review The MIAA Records History

Michael Dritlein, WR

1995-CoSIDA/Daktronics - 2nd 1995 - Football Gazette - 1st

Fletcher Terrell, CB

2006 - D2Football.com - 2nd 2006 - Football Gazette - 3rd 2005 - CoSIDA/Daktronics - 1st 2005 - Football Gazette - 1st 2005 - D2Football.com - 1st

Cary Williams, CB

2007 - Associated Press Little All-American 2007 - CoSIDA/Daktronics All-American - 1st 2007 - American Football Coaches Association - 1st 2007 - D2Football.com - 2nd 2007 - Football Gazette - 2nd

Pierre Desir, DB

2009 - D2Football.com - 2nd 2009 - Football Gazette - 2nd

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Rudy Su’e, OL

Grant Gould, LB

2005 - CoSIDA/Daktronics - 2nd

2005 - CoSIDA/Daktronics - 2nd 2005 - Football Gazette - 2nd 2005 - D2Football.com - HM

Trey Lewis, DT

2006 - Associated Press Little All-American 2006 - Football Gazette - 1st 2006 - D2Football.com - 2nd 2006 - American Football Coaches Association - 1st

Zach Watkins, LB

Eric Eisenbarth, OL

2007 - Football Gazette - 2nd

Steve Ivanisevic, PK

2009 - American Football Coaches Association - 1st 2009 - CoSIDA/Daktronics All-American - 2nd 2009 - Football Gazette - 2nd 2009 - D2Football.com - HM 2008 - D2Football.com - HM 2008 - Football Gazette - 2nd 2007 - Football Gazette - HM

2010 - Associated Press Little All-American - 1st 2010 - Daktronics All-American - 2nd 2010 - American Football Coaches Association - 1st 2010 - D2football.com - 2nd 2010 - Football Gazette - 2nd 2009 - Associated Press Little All-American 2009 - Football Gazette - 2nd

Vershon Moore, RB

Joe Hastings, WR

2010 - Football Gazette - HM

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2011 - American Football Coaches Association - 1st 2011 - Associated Press Little All-American - 1st 2011 - CoSIDA/Daktronics All-American - 1st 2011 - D2Football.com - 1st 2011 - Football Gazette - 1st

Casey Curran, FS

2011 - D2Football.com - HM

Brian Folkerts, OT

Dakota Palan-Johnson, DE

Justin Cooper, RB

Greg Schoenberg, FB

2011 - D2Football.com - 2nd 2011 - Football Gazette - 3rd

2011 - Football Gazette - HM

2011 - D2Football.com - HM

2011 - Football Gazette - HM

DaJuan Beard, WR

2011 - Football Gazette - HM

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Ed Bodluc E, 2nd 1942

Dode Lesser OT/DE 1964

Bob Hardy HB 1964

Trey Lewis DT 2006

Joe Hastings WR 2010

Dane Simoneau QB, 1st 2011

Cary Williams DB 2007

Steve Ivanisevic PK 2009 & 2010

Ichabod NAIA All-Americans

Bob Hardy HB, 1st 1964

Bob Noblitt OL/DL, 1st 1964

Mike Sipotz OC, HM 1965

John Poke LB, HM 1974

Tom DeGroot DE, HM 1977

Jim Weissbeck DB, HM 1980

Mike Atkins QB, HM 1980

Ron Hamilton WR, 1st 1980

Bob Leonard DL, HM 1981

Mark Lutz DL, HM 1983

Dino DeLisa RB, HM 1983

Dan Remboldt DE, HM 1984

Charlie Braden DE, HM 1985

Jerry Nall OL, 2nd 1986

Nick Kresic PK, 2nd 1986

Mike Gibson OL, HM 1987

Jim Butler DE, HM 1987

Troy Stedman LB, 2nd 1987

Steve Sheehan OL, HM 1988

Troy Slusser WR, 1st 1988

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Ichabod Honor Roll American Football Coaches Association All-America Team 2011 Dane Simoneau, QB (NCAA) 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) NCAA CoSIDA/Daktronics Division II All-America 2011 Dane Simoneau, QB, 1st 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 Football Gazette Division II All-America 2011 Dane Simoneau, QB, 1st Brian Folkerts, OL, 3rd Greg Schoenberg, FB, HM DaJuan Beard, WR, HM Justin Cooper, RB, HM 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 Harlon Hill National Finalist 2011 Dane Simoneau, QB (finished 2nd) Harlon Hill Regional Finalist 2011 Dane Simoneau, QB CoSIDA/Daktronics Division II All-Region 2011 Dane Simoneau, QB, 1st Brian Folkerts, OL, 1st DaJuan Beard, WR, 2nd 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 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

Football Gazette Regional Offensive Player of the Year 2011 Dane Simoneau, QB Football Gazette Division II All-Region 2011 Dane Simoneau, QB, 1st Brian Folkerts, OL, 1st Justin Cooper, RB, 1st Greg Schoenberg, FB, 1st DaJuan Beard, WR, 2nd Ronnell Garner, WR, 3rd Dakota Palan-Johnson, DE, 3rd Bryce Atagi, LB, 3rd Marty Pfannenstiel, DB, 3rd 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 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 1964 Bob Hardy, HB, 1st Dode Lesser, OT, DE, HM 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

D2 Football.com Division II All-America 2011 Dane Simoneau, QB, 1st Brian Folkerts, OL, 2nd Dakota Palan-Johnson, DE, HM Casey Curran, DB, HM 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 D2 Football.com Division II All-Region 2003 Trent Hearn, RB, HM 2002 Eric Roth, P, 1st 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 CoSIDA Division II Academic All-District 2011 Marty Pfannenstiel, LB, 1st 2010 Ty Lewis, OL, 2nd 2009 Zach Watkins, LB, 2nd 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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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

Burger King Scholar Athlete of the Week 1999 Aaron Doonan, DE 1995 Michael Dritlein, WR

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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 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

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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 Offensive Player of the Year 2011 Dane Simoneau, QB MIAA Defensive Player of the Year 2009 Zach Watkins, LB 2006 Trey Lewis, DT MIAA Special Teams Player of the Year 2010 Steve Ivanisevic, PK MIAA Freshman of the Year 2006 Zach Watkins, LB 2003 Trent Hearn, RB 2002 Sam Sissom, WR 2000 Tyler Schuerman, QB All-MIAA Selections 2011 Dane Simoneau, QB, 1st Justin Cooper, RB, 1st Brian Folkers, OL, 1st DaJuan Beard, WR, 2nd Dakota Palan-Johnson, DE, 2nd Bryce Atagi, LB, 2nd Jahmil Taylor, LB, 2nd Casey Curran, DB, 2nd Marty Pfannenstiel, LB, 2nd Greg Schoenberg, FB, HM Toré Hurst, TE, HM Kyle Duncan, OL, HM Jayveri Kelly, DL, HM Steve Dieckhaus, OL, HM Ian Williams, DL, HM 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

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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 Ben Boswell, P, HM 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 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

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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 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 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

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

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 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 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 1955 Russ Goss, E, 1st Chuck Nelson, QB, 1st Don Luttrell, RB, 1st Frank Willis, OC, 2nd Cleveland Jones, FB, 2nd Loren Bartley, E, HM 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

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All-MIssouri Valley Conference Team 1936 Vernon East Herb Knipp 1935 Ben Owen All-Central Conference Team 1933 Glenn Stalker 1932 Clarence Edwinson Charles Crank Wesley Grout Glenn Stalker 1931 Wesley Grout Leo Burger All-Kansas Conference Team 1926 Laverne Erwin Joe Cramer 1917 Dewey Hutchinson 1912 Neil Rogers Elmer Bearg Earl Trober

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1974 Boot Hill Bowl Champions

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1983 1986 NAIA First Round Playoffs Central States Intercollegiate Champs Aztec Bowl Champions

1988 NAIA FIrst Round Playoffs

2004 Mineral Water Bowl Champions

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Dodge City, Kan. • Nov. 30, 1974 Washburn 21, Millikin 7

Dodge City, Kan. • Nov. 20, 1976 Benedictine 29, Washburn 14 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 I