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2009 OUTLOOK: TOREROS READY TO ROLL Third-year head coach Ron Caragher and his staff will look to continue their winning ways on the heels of back-to-back 9-2 campaigns. The Toreros return 55 players and 14 starters (8 offense/6 defense) from last year’s squad that tied for second in the Pioneer Football League race with a 6-2 mark. For the fourth straight year the Toreros have been picked by the PFL Coaches to win the Pioneer Football League title. The offense will be in good hands with senior quarterback Sebastian Trujillo, a 2009 Walter Payton Award Watch candidate, back to lead the offensive attack. Last year Trujillo passed for 2,822 yards and 35 touchdowns on his way to earning First Team All-PFL honors. Although he will be without three of his graduated receivers that accounted for 164 receptions and 35 touchdowns, including All-America wideout John Matthews (102 for 1,478 and 21 TDs), Trujillo will have solid targets in junior WR Godfrey Smith (24 receptions for 234 yards, 2 TDs), sophomore WR John McGough (14-177 yards, 2 TDs), sophomore TE Patrick Doyle (big TD reception in win over UC Davis), and sophomore RB Phil Morelli (25- 180 yards, 1 TD) out of the backfield. Morelli and sophomore sidekick Matt Jelmini return at running back, along with the great news that JT Rogan was granted an additional year by

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bolstered by the return of senior DE Kevin Dunn (6-3, 240), senior safety Derek Pilkington (6-2, 215), senior DT Nick Coppedge (6-2, 240), junior DT Paul Tremblay (6-3, 275), junior DE Julian Strickland (6-2, 250), sophomore LB Loka Kanongataa (5-11, 220) and sophomore DB Frederick Obi (6-0, 190).

Sebastian Trujillo the NCAA after suffering a seasonending injury in the 2008 opener. Morelli stepped in nicely for Rogan and finished with 757 yards and 7 TDs. Jelmini proved he belongs too with totals of 573 yards and 2 TDs. If healthy, Rogan will provide important depth and leadership at both running back and with the return game. He enters the 2009 campaign as the program’s all-time leader in rushing yards (3,013), touchdowns (47) and all-purpose yardage (5,344). In 2007 he was named a First Team All-American as a return specialist. Additional backfield depth will come from RB Brendan Feliczak (6-2, 228), who returns after missing the past two seasons, and sophomore fullback Kyle Sullivan (6-2, 240). The offensive line unit will be anchored by seniors Conrad Smith (6-6, 300), Patrick Calahan (6-4, 275), Kyle Kofoed (6-2, 290) and Nick Kostielney (6-3, 270).

Three kickers will be competing for playing time with the special team’s unit – senior James Cullen (33 points; 27-33 in PAT’s), redshirt freshman Mike Levine (Las Vegas, NV) and junior transfer Stanley Shurson (San Diego Mesa JC). The punting chores will go to sophomore Kyle Negrete (Fresno, CA). Last year Negrete averaged a solid 41.0 yards on 27 punts for the Toreros, including a long of 62. Look for the versatile Rogan, if healthy, to see plenty of action in the kickoff return game – he led the nation in 2007 with his 33.2 average. Other possible returners could include junior Derron Juarez and sophomore Al-Rilwan Adeyemi. Look for seniors Conrad Smith (long snapper) and Sean Cullina (holder) to play key roles as well.

USD plays four of its first five games on the road with Marist (Sept. 19th) the lone home contest prior to mid-October. Four of USD’s final six games are at home (Drake, Jacksonville, Davidson and Southern Utah) with the PFL Champion hosting the NEC champion in the Gridiron Classic on December 5th. All USD games will air on San Diego 1700 AM, in addition to being streamed at www.usdtoreros.com, with Jack Defensively the Toreros will be Cronin providing the play-by-play. paced by First Team All-PFL return2009 PFL PRESEASON ers Gabriel Derricks, a senior cornerCOACHES POLL back, and senior linebacker Derek Marten. Derricks is a 4-year starter 1. San Diego (5)........................ 77 for the Toreros, while Marten re- 2. Dayton (3)............................. 71 Jacksonville (2)..................... 71 turns for his second and final Torero campaign after leading all tacklers 4. Morehead State.................... 51 with 53 stops in 2008. Sophomore 5. Butler.................................... 42 Al-Rilwan Adeyemi, the 2008 PFL 6. Drake..................................... 40 7. Davidson............................... 37 Freshman Defensive Player of the 8. Marist.................................... 32 Year, is also back at cornerback. Ad- 9. Valparaiso............................. 20 eyemi led USD with 5 interceptions, 10. Campbell.............................. 9 including two returns for touch- (First place votes in parenthesis) downs. The defense will also be




USD ATHLETICS (619) 260-4803 Executive Director of Athletics....................................... Ky Snyder Senior Associate Director of Athletics.................... Mike Matoso Assoc. Dir. of Athletics/Business Affairs....................... Dan Yourg Assoc. A.D./Compliance & Student Services/SWA.......Shaney Fink Assoc. A.D./Development.......................................... Brian Fogarty Assoc. A.D./Athletic Facilities & Operations................. Andy Fee Assoc. A.D./Sports Medicine............ Carolyn Greer, M.A., A.T., C. Assoc. A.D./Media Relations............................................ Ted Gosen Assoc. A.D./Marketing and Sponsorship................Steve Becvar Asst. Dir. of Athletic Development............................... Kara Smith Asst. Dir. of Media Relations........................................ Chris Loucks Media Relations Coordinator...................................Ryan McCann Coor. of Athletic Academic Support................Sarabeth Pollock Coor. of Student Athlete Services........................Ron Valenzuela Academic Counselor/Compliance Coor.......... Brent LeVasseur Dir. of Jenny Craig Pavilion......................................Josh Lawrence Asst. Dir. of JCP.................................................................Branda Cook Asst. Dir. of Ticket Services........................................... Sierra Foster Mgr. of Athletic Equipment Services........................Angie Garza Athletics Operations Manager...............................Whitney Strain Dir. of Transportation.........................................John Cunningham Executive Asst’s......Charlene Ables, Cyndi Casillas, Donna Holston Adm. Asst’s.......................................Linda Coppa, Janet Engelman Assoc. Athletic Trainers...................... Paul Signorelli & Joe Parry Assistant Athletic Trainer...................................... Eli Bisnett-Cobb Dir. of Athletic Performance Training.............Stephane Rochet Head Team Physician.......................................Paul C. Murphy, MD Associate Team Physicians.....Jerry Hizon, MD; Rich Uhler, DO; .............................................. Calvin Wong, MD; Ken Anderson, DO.

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Head Coach....................................................................Ron Caragher (3rd year) Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line..........Todd Washington (3rd Year) Defensive Coordinator................................... George Darlington (2nd Year) Linebacker/Special Teams Coordinator....................... Sam Anno (1st Year) Tight Ends........................................................................... Keith Carter (1st Year) Quarterbacks.........................................................Tanner Engstrand (5th Year) Wide Receivers............................................................Jerome Pathon (1st Year) Senior Offensive Assistant.............................................. Mike Rish (26th Year) Defensive Assistant...............................................................Joe Staab (1st Year) Defensive Backs......................................................................Ken Stills (1st Year) Defensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator....................Jon Sumrall (3rd Year) Undergraduate Assistant............................................Andrew Rolin (1st Year) Administrative Asst...................................................... Dorian Keller (2nd Year) Video Coordinator........................................................ Matt Juaregui (1st Year) Assistant Video Coordinator............................................Matt Salay (1st Year) Team Chaplain..................................................................... Father Owen Mullen

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FOUNDED:............................................................................................................ 1949 LOCATION: . ................................................................................. 5998 Alcala Park ...................................................................................... San Diego, CA 92110-2492 PRESIDENT:....................................................................................Dr. Mary E. Lyons NCAA FACULTY REP:.......................................................... Mitch Malachowski ENROLLMENT:.................................................................................................... 7,800 NICKNAME:...................................................................................................... Toreros COLORS:.............................................. Torero (Columbia) Blue, Navy & White STADIUM:................................................................................USD Torero Stadium ................................................................................ (Capacity 7,000; Built in 1961)

TABLE OF CONTENTS 2009 Team Outlook..............................................................................1 USD Football - A Tradition of Excellence......................................3 Head Coach Ron Caragher............................................................4-5 USD Football Staff......................................................................... 6-10 USD Numerical Roster...............................................................12-13 Key Returners................................................................................14-23 Meet The Toreros........................................................................24-26 FCS All-America Recognitions...................................................... 27 Pioneer Football League...........................................................28-29 Torero Opponents.......................................................................30-33 Final 2008 Statistics....................................................................34-35 USD Athletic Hall of Fame.............................................................. 36 Team Awards.................................................................................37-38 All-Time Records..........................................................................39-47 FCS Torero Leaders......................................................................48-50 PFL Honors........................................................................................... 51 Academic Support Program.......................................................... 52 NCAA Compliance Guidelines...................................................... 53 University/San Diego Profiles.................................................54-58 University Administration.............................................................. 60 Executive Director of Athletics, Ky Snyder................................ 61 Athletic Department Staff........................................................62-66 ESPN The Magazine/Academic All-Americans........................ 67 Primary Media Outlets/Torero Announcers............................. 68

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RECORD: Six Straight Winning Campaigns Combined record of 55-12 (.821 winning percentage) Back-to-back Mid-Major National Championships (2005 & 2006) Final FCS Ranking of 20th in Sports Network Top 25 (2006) 24-Game Home Winning Streak entering 2008

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Combined PFL record of 29-4 (.878 winning percentage) 2 PFL Coaches of the Year 3 PFL Championships (2005-07) 6 PFL Players of the Year 32 Second Team All-PFL Selections 47 First Team All-PFL Selections 54 PFL All-Academic selections 55 PFL Players of the Week

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Two-time FCS team scoring leaders (2007 & 2006). Two-time FCS team leaders in total offense (2006 & 2003). WR John Matthews, who signed a 2009 free agent contract with the Indianapolis Colts, was a 1st team All-American in 2008 and Walter Payton Award candidate. QB Josh Johnson was a 2008 5th round draft pick by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. QB Josh Johnson, who was a 2007 Walter Payton Award Finalist, also earned MVP honors at the 2008 East-West Shrine Game. DE Eric Bakhtiari, who was a 2007 Ted Hendricks Award Finalist, signed an NFL free agent contract with the San Diego Chargers. QB Todd Mortensen (2004) signed a free agent NFL contract with Detroit. In 2005 he was allocated to NFL Europe by the New England Patriots. WR Michael Gasperson (2004) signed a free agent NFL contract with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2005. He was allocated to Cologne of NFL Europe in the spring of 2007, but has been on the active roster with Eagles since 2007.

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1 Sports Network FCS Third Team All-American 3 Sports Network FCS First Team All-Americans 5 ESPN The Magazine First Team Academic All-Americans 6 Associated Press I-AA All-Americans 23 Sports Network FCS First Team Mid-Major All-Americans




The University of San Diego introduced Ron Caragher as its new head football coach on January 9, 2007. Caragher became the Toreros’ 12th head football coach at USD and replaced Jim Harbaugh who was hired as Stanford’s head coach.

Head Coach Ron Caragher enters his third season at the helm of the Torero football program. In 2008 he guided the Toreros to their second straight 9-2 record,and the team placed second in the PFL with its 6-2 mark. Senior WR John Matthews was named a First Team All-American and was also a Walter Payton Award candidate. He led all FCS receivers in catches (102), yards (1,478) and touchdowns (21).The season was capped off with the team’s third straight win, a 28-20 home victory over scholarship-program UC Davis. Caragher’s first season was outstanding as he guided the Toreros to a 9-2 overall mark and 6-1 Pioneer Football League record, good for a share of first place. It marked the third straight season that the Toreros were crowned PFL Champions. USD finished ranked second in the final Sports Network FCS Mid-Major poll. Seven Toreros were named Sports Network FCS All-Americans, while eleven players were tabbed Mid-Major All-Americans by the same outlet. Senior quarterback Josh Johnson was drafted by the Tampa Bay Bucaneers in the 5th round, and three other players received looks by NFL clubs.Johnson, who passed for 43 touchdowns with just one interception, was a Walter Payton Award Finalist. Senior defensive end Eric Bakhtiari, who led the nation in sacks, was a finalist for the Ted Hendricks Award.



Under Caragher’s guidance as Offensive Coordinator, the Toreros ranked first in the nation among Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) teams in scoring (44.36 points per game) and passing efficiency (197.35 rating). The 44 points per game average is a new USD single season record.Additionally, the Toreros ranked 3rd in the nation in total offense (483.1 yards per game).

“As I talked to people around the country, I kept hearing the same things about Ron Caragher,” said Ky Snyder, Executive Director of Athletics.“He is a student of the game, elite class of coach, very knowledgeable, great recruiter, develops players, motivated,competitor,great family man,high character and integrity.These are the qualities you seek in a head coach and we have found them in Ron Caragher. He has had access to some of the best minds in coaching in Terry Donahue, Bob Toledo and Rich Brooks. He has been a winner his whole life and we expect that will continue at USD.” Prior to being hired at USD, Caragher, (pronounced “CARE-ah-ger”), spent four seasons (2003-2006) at the University of Kentucky as an assistant coach under Rich Brooks. He was the running backs coach all four years, and starting in 2005 served as Kentucky’s Head Recruiting Coordinator. In 2006 Kentucky finished 8-5 overall, and 4-4 in the Southeast Conference Eastern Division, good for a tie for third place and the program’s best league mark since 1993. The 8 wins is also the program’s best

The Caragher Family: Ron and his wife,Wendy, with their three sons (l-r) Ryan, Scott and Josh.


win total since their 9-3 campaign back in 1984. The Wildcats finished off the 2006 season in fine fashion as they upset Clemson, 28-20, in the Music City Bowl on December 29th. It was Kentucky’s first bowl appearance since 1999, and the program’s first bowl win in 22 years. Caragher also has Southern California ties. He spent nine seasons (1994-2002) on UCLA’s staff where he worked with both Terry Donahue and Bob Toledo.After two seasons as a Graduate Assistant, Caragher was promoted to assistant coach where he coached Bruin wide receivers. Additionally, he coached punters all seven seasons (1996-2002),and kickers for his final two years (2001-02). During the 1997 and 1998 seasons, UCLA won a school-record 20 straight games and averaged more than 40 points per game while setting numerous school records. He coached in five bowl games during his term there, including the Aloha, Cotton, Rose, Sun, and Las Vegas bowls. A native of Morgan Hill, California, Caragher was a three-sport letterman at Bellarmine College Prep (1982-84) where he earned three varsity letters as a quarterback in football. He earned an athletic scholarship to UCLA in 1985 and went on to earn four varsity letters (1986-89) and was part of teams that won four consecutive bowl games. After graduating from UCLA in 1990 with a B.A. in Psychology, Ron went on to earn his Master’s Degree in Education (Administrative Studies) in 1995. Caragher and his wife, Wendy, have three sons, Josh, Ryan, and Scott.


Todd Washington, who enjoyed an 8-year playing career in the NFL prior to coming to USD, enters his third year with the Torero staff. The program’s Offensive Line coach his first two seasons, he has been promoted to Offensive Coordinator for the 2009 campaign. He will continue to coach the offensive line unit as well. “Todd has done a very good job coaching our offensive line and overseeing our run game and pass protections in the past two seasons,” said head coach Ron Caragher. “He understands our philosophy on offense and is ready for this next step in his coaching career.” This past season the Torero offense ranked first in the Pioneer Football League in scoring (35.3 points per game), total offenese (405.4 yards per game), pass offense (269.1 yards per game) and pass efficiency (163.2 rating). The Torero offensive line played a key role in the success of USD’s offense. The 2007 offensive line unit did an outstanding job with both run blocking and pass protection as the 9-2 Toreros averaged 44.3 points per game and 483.1 yards of offense. Senior linemen Jordan Paopao and Gabe DeAnda were named to the All-PFL First Team, while junior Deene Kabiling was tabbed a Second Team honoree. Additionally, Paopao and DeAnda were both accorded honorable mention All-America honors by The Sports Network. Washington, a 4th round pick by Tampa Bay in 1998, played five seasons with the Buccaneers (1998-2003), including the 2002 Super Bowl XXXVII Championship team. He closed out his career with the Houston Texans (2003-2005). Played four years at Virginia Tech University (1994-97) where he earned All-Big East 1st team honors in 1997 and appeared in the Senior Bowl (1998). Washington earned his B.S. degree in Physical Education and Health in 1998. He was a coaching intern (August, 2006) for East Texas Baptist University and for the Amsterdam Admirals (February, 2006) at their NFL Europe Training Camp. Todd and his wife Shannon have three children, two boys and a girl - Cameron, Ava, and Zane.



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George Darlington

Coach Darlington enters his second year with the USD football program as the program’s Defensive Coordinator. During the 2008 campaign that saw the Toreros go 9-2, the Torero defense ranked third in the Pioneer Football League in scoring defense (18.9 points per game) and third in rushing defense (112.9 yards per game). With a rich history of coaching experience, he spent the 2007 season as the outside linebackers coach at Southeast Missouri State University. He came to Cape Girardeau after serving as the defensive coordinator at Louisiana Tech in 2006. Darlington has also coached at Nebraska, Marshall, San Jose State, Dartmouth and Lebanon Valley. Darlington was a longtime Nebraska Cornhuskers assistant coach and became the first assistant in Division I-A history to be part of more than 300 wins at one institution. From 1973-85, he coached defensive ends and outside linebackers for the “Blackshirt” defense. From 19862002,he was the defensive backfield coach.He helped Nebraska to three national titles in 1994, 1995 and 1997 as well as numerous conference championships. While at Nebraska, Darlington helped send 30 players on to the NFL while coaching seven All-Americans, including Bob Martin (1975), George Andrews (1978), Derric Nelson (1980), Jimmy Williams (1981), Mike Brown (1999), Ralph Brown (1999) and Keyou Carver (2001). During his final seven seasons with Nebraska, his pass defense was ranked in the top 10 in the nation four times and in 17 seasons coaching the Cornhuskers secondary, his squad never ranked lower than 37th nationally. In three of the last four years at Nebraska, Darlington’s defense was ranked second in the country twice and seventh once in pass defense efficiency, While at Nebraska, he was the position coach for Southeast head coach Tony Samuel,wide receivers coach Lorenzo Brinkley and defensive backs coach Kenny Wilhite. Defensive coordinator Tim McGuire and offensive line coach Brian Boerboom also played for the Cornhuskers during his tenure as an assistant coach. Following his time at Nebraska, Darlington moved on to Marshall from where he cocahed the secondary in 2005, safeties and special teams in 2004 and outside linebackers in 2003, in addition to serving as the team’s recruiting coordinator. During his first season at Marshall, Darlington helped the team lead the Mid-Atlantic Conference in total defense, allowing only 329.8 yards per game. Along the way,Darlington has been recognized numerous times for coaching success, earning the 1998 All-American Football Foundation’s Top Assistant Award. In the summer of 2000, the state of West Virginia honored him with the inaugural Frank Loria Award for distinguishment in the coaching profession. Prior to joining Tom Osborne’s staff in Lincoln, Darlington served as an assistant coach at San Jose State for four seasons.The 68-year-old started his collegiate career at Lebanon Valley College in Annville, Pa., followed by a one-year stint at Dartmouth before moving on to San Jose State. Darlington was a collegiate two-sport star at Rutgers, earning three letters in football and two in lacrosse, where he was named third team All-American in 1961. The Charleston, W.Va., native earned his bachelor’s degree from Rutgers in History and Physical Education in 1961 and a master’s degree in Education from Stanford in 1962. Darlington is married to Susan Doetterl of Bloomfield, N.J., and the couple has three children, Lisa, David and Julie, and nine grandchildren.


Sam Anno joins the USD staff as a full-time assistant on head coach Ron Caragher’s staff. He will coach linebackers along with being the Special Teams Coordinator. This past season he coached at Central Connecticut State where the team went 7-4 overall and tied for third in the Northeast Conference standings with a 4-3 mark. He was responsible for linebackers and special teams for the Blue Devils. Prior to his one year at Central Connecticut, Anno spente three seasons at the University of Southern California, his alma mater. After serving as a defensive and special teams graduate assistant at USC in 2005 and 2006, Anno was a video assistant on the 2007 staff. Prior to joining the USC staff, Anno spent 2004 as an assistant coach at Venice High School. He was also an assistant at Saint Monica High for four seasons (1996-99) and the defensive coordinator at Santa Monica High from 2000-01. Anno spent seven years in the NFL after graduating from USC. A linebacker and long snapper, he played with the Los Angeles Rams (1987), Minnesota Vikings (1987-88), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1989-91) and San Diego Chargers (1992-93). He received NFL Special Teams Player of the Year honors in 1989. The Santa Monica, CA native received his bachelor’s degree in Communications from USC in 1987 before obtaining a master’s degree in Athletic Administration from the University.

Keith Carter joins the USD staff where he will coach tight ends. He comes to USD from the University of Redlands where he had been offensive line coach the past two seasons. In 2008 the Bulldogs went 7-2 overall and 4-2 in the SCIAC (3rd place). Prior to Redlands he was tight ends coach at Wagner College in 2006 while completing his Master of Arts in Secondary Education. In 2005 he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from UCLA after competing as a member of the Bruins football team. As a player he played for the Bruins for four seasons seeing action at U-back, fullback and tight end. He hails from Downingtown, PA.

Tanner Engstrand enters his fifth season with the Toreros and first as the quarterbacks coach. The past two seasons he has served as the running backs coach and this past season he helped guide freshman running backs Phil Morelli and Matt Jelmini to 2nd team all conference and honorable mention, respectively, in place of injured starter JT Rogan. The two combined to rush for 1305 yards and 9 touchdowns. In his first season as the running backs coach the Toreros rushing attack averaged 185.8 yard per game and was led by junior JT Rogan who finished with 1,021 yards and 10 touchdowns. In 2008 in addition to his running back duties he was also the Director of Football Operations. In 2005 and 2006 Tanner was an offensive assistant for the Toreros who finished with an 11-1 record both years. As an offense, the Toreros ranked first in the nation in total offense and scoring in 2006. During his time at USD the Toreros have garnered a 40-6 record. Prior to coming to USD Engstrand was a two year letterman at San Diego State University (2003-2004) where he played quarterback. Before enrolling at SDSU he was a First Team All Foothill Conference and Academic AllAmerican quarterback at Grossmont College in El Cajon California during the 2002 season. Engstrand graduated with his bachelor’s degree in Economics from SDSU in 2005 and also earned his masters degree in Business Administration from USD in December 2007.




Jerome Pathon enters his first year with the Toreros where he will be the wide receivers coach. Picked in the second round of the 1998 NFL Draft, Pathon played eight seasons with Indianapolis, New Orleans and Atlanta, finishing his career with 260 receptions for 3,350 yards and 15 touchdowns. In New Orleans, he was involved in the famous “River City Relay” play that won the 2004 ESPY Award for Best Play. Pathon played collegiately at the University of Washington. He had one of the greatest seasons ever for a Washington wideout in 1997, setting records for receptions (69) and receiving yards (1,245) while earning firstteam All-America honors. He ranks third all-time among Husky receivers, behind only Reggie Williams and Mario Bailey, with 2,275 career receiving yards. He comes with both coaching and scouting experience. He recently has been working as an assistant to UW Huskies WR Coach Jimmie Dougherty while completing his B.A. degree in Marketing and Advertising. In 2008 he worked with the Indianapolis Colts (scouting internship during training camp) and the BC Lions (scouting internship during training camp). He is the President of Jerome Pathon First & Long Football Camp which helps organize charity events to raise funds for Football British Columbia, and also coordinated various training sessions to promote ongoing development and goal setting for youth in the Vancouver community.

Mike Rish is beginning his 26th season on the Torero staff where he will again be Senior Offensive Assistant. He returns to help coach the receivers, something he has done for twenty-four of the past twenty-five Torero seasons. In 2008 the Torero receiving corp accounted for 243 receptions for 2,960 yards and 37 touchdowns. Senior John Matthews earned First Team All-America honors and was a final candidate for the Walter Payton Award. He led all FCS players with 102 receptions for 1,478 yards and 21 touchdowns. In 2007 the Torero receivers accounted for 3,270 yards and 48 touchdown receptions. Junior John Matthews set a new Torero mark with 16 touchdown receptions, while senior Wes Doyle tied the school mark of

73 receptions in a season. Mike played for USD from 1979-83 where he posted career numbers that make him one of the best receivers ever to play at USD -- he ranks second all-time with 101 receptions, 18 receiving touchdowns and 1,722 receiving yards. He held the school marks in all three career receiving departments from 1983 through 1997; he was passed by Torero receiver Dylan Ching. In 1983 he was selected the team’s scholar-athlete by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame. In the Toreros’ nationally-televised game between Occidental in 1982, Rish was named the CBS Chevrolet Player of the Game. Mike graduated from USD with an Accounting degree in 1984. He is the Senior Vice President for Secondary Marketing for Guild Mortgage Company in San Diego.



Joe Staab joins the Torero staff following his playing career with USD the past five seasons. He will be a defensive assistant for the Toreros in 2009. The past four years he competed with the defensive unit and special teams unit with San Diego going a combined 40-6 during this span. During his senior campaign in 2008 he appeared in ten contests, and in 2007 he played in 11 games with 31 tackles (17 solo stops). From San Diego, Joe prepped at nearby Grossmont High School. He graduated from USD with a Business degree and minor in Accounting.


Ken Stills joins the USD staff where he will coach the Toreros’ secondary. He brings a wealth of coaching experience having coached at the high school, junior college, college and professional ranks over the past twelve seasons. His most recent post was as head coach with the River City Rage in the United Indoor Football League (St. Charles, Missouri) with the team earning Eastern Conference Champion Runner-up. Prior to that he was defensive back coach for NFLE Frankfurt Galaxy between 2003-2007. They won the World Bowl Championship in 2006 & 2003, and were World Bowl participants in 2007 & 2004. He returns to USD where he was on the coaching staff in 1999. From nearby Oceanside, he prepped at El Camino HS (1977-81); played two years at El Camino College (1981-83); and finished his collegiate career at Wisconsin (1983-85) where he was a Big Ten performer. He was an 8th round draft pick by the Green Bay Packers in 1985, and played in their organization until 1990. He played his last two seasons in the NFL with Minnesota (1990-91). Jon Sumrall is in his third year as the defensive line coach at the University of San Diego. He also serves as USD’s recruiting coordinator and camp coordinator. He came to the University of San Diego from the University of Kentucky, where he worked with USD head coach Ron Caragher. In 2007 Sumrall coached defensive end Eric Bakhtiari who was a 2007 Walter Camp First Team All American and an AP First Team All American in the Football Championship Subdivision. Bakhtiari also earned honors as a finalist for the Ted Hendricks Award, Pioneer Football League Defensive Player of the Year, and USD’s Defensive MVP. Bakthiari’s season totals for 2007 were 76 tackles, 24.5 tackles for loss, and 20 sacks. The 20 sacks led the FCS for sacks in the 2007 season. Sumrall also oversaw the development of defensive tackle Alex Rice who was tabbed as USD’s Most Improved Defensive Player of the Year by the Torero’s coaching staff. Sumrall spent two seasons (2005-2006) serving as the defensive graduate assistant at his alma mater, the University of Kentucky. In 2006 Kentucky recorded an 8-5 record and finished the season with a victory over Clemson in the Music City Bowl. While at Kentucky he worked with the linebackers and the secondary. He also had a lead responsibility in breaking down opponent film, organizing scouting reports, handling “self scout” of UK tendencies, and running the offensive scout team. As a collegiate player Sumrall was a three-year letterman at middle linebacker for the Kentucky Wildcats from 2002-04. His best season came in 2004 when he started every game while leading the team with 72 tackles. As a high school player at Grissom High School in Huntsville, Alabama, Sumrall was a two time all-state performer and a four year letterman. Sumrall completed his bachelor’s degree in finance and is working on a master’s degree in sports leadership. While in college he was a member of the Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll and also was selected for the Frank G. Ham Society of Character by UK Athletics. Andrew Rolin enters his first year on the Torero football staff as an Undergraduate Assistant. No stranger to Torero football, Rolin was a member of the football team for three seasons (2005-2007), and competed at the quarterback position in 2006-2007. He missed the 2008 campaign following a lower back injury. In 2007 he appeared in 7 games and completed 20-of-28 passes for 249 yards and 5 touchdowns. He started the road opener at Azusa Pacific and completed 12-of-16 passes for 177 yards and 4 touchdowns in the team’s 42-32 victory. In 2006 he appeared in 6 games, and sat out the 2005 season as a redshirt. Prior to USD he attended Cordova High School where in his senior year he passed for 1,500 yards. He was named team captain, offensive MVP and All-Sierra Valley Conference. Rolin also earned All-League honors in basketball. He is currently finishing up his work on his Business Administration degree.




USD Football Staff: Back Row (l-r) George Darlington, Keith Carter, Sam Anno, Ron Caragher, Todd Washington, Jerome Pathon, Andrew Rolin. Front Row (l-r): Jon Sumrall, Joe Staab, Tanner Engstrand, Dorian Keller, Ken Stills.

Dorian Keller enters his second year with the football staff and this season will be in a non-coaching role as the administrative assistant. He will assist with the day-to-day operations of the football office. This past spring he worked with the coaching staff as a wide receivers coach, and last year was an undergraduate assistant working mainly with the offensive unit. Keller graduated from USD in the fall of 2008, majoring in Psychology and also getting a minor in Business Administration. Keller transferred to USD in 2006 and was a member of the ’06 squad as a wide receiver. That same season he sustained a career ending knee injury. Prior to USD he played two season at Santa Rosa Junior College where he was a team captain and 1st team Academic All-American. He attended El Molino High School in Forestville, California. He was a two-way player (wide receiver & corner) earning All-Conference recognition as a receiver. Keller was born and raised in Santa Rosa, California.

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Father Owen Mullen first joined the University of San Diego campus as University Chaplain in 1981. Throughout the ‘80’s he played a key role with the Torero football program, providing both spiritual counseling and friendship. In 1989 he left USD, and until 2003 Father Mullen was on active duty in the Army and served as Chaplain at the United States Military Academy at West Point and then Senior Chaplain to the U.S. Army Hawaii. Mullen returned in 2004 as University Chaplain, and once again has played a key role in providing spiritual guidance for all USD student-athletes. Besides stopping by at numerous football practices, he makes every home game and most road trips where he provides a game day mass and homily. “We are very thankful for Father Mullen as he plays a vital role in the success of our program,” said USD football coach Ron Caragher. “From his inspiring homilies that he delivers in our pregame Mass, to his availability as a mentor, spiritual counselor, and/or friend, his presence in our football program is valued and appreciated.” Besides his involvement on campus with University Ministry, Father Mullen is also dedicated to the Naval NROTC, Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity, Torero Baseball and USD’s club men’s lacrosse program.


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2009 San Diego Football Roster

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NO 1 2 3 4- D 4- O 5 6- D 6- O 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24- O 24- D 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33- D 33- O 34- O 34- D 35 36- O 36- D 37- O 37- D 38 39- D 39- O 40 41 42 43 44- O 44- D

NAME Godfrey Smith Fredrick Obi Sam Scudellari Gabriel Derricks Ty Culver Eric Fiege Loka Kanongataa Bo Stompro Anthony McCrady Frankie Zimmerman John McGough Al-Rilwan Adeyemi Sebastian Trujillo J.D. Blake Jamil Wade Jacob Slouka Kevin Dunn Brandon Moberg Mitch Sands Sean Cullina Phil Morelli Derron Juarez Mike Bogard Hanner Hart Justin Fontenberry Kevin Wright Kyle Negrete Don Davis Derek Pilkington Chris Wilson Matt Jelmini Jeff Chavez Stanley Shurson Mario Kurn Sam Bergen Ricardo Oberwager Brendan Feliczak Jake Lawson J.T. Rogan Kyle Sullivan Kevin Foley James Cullen Robbie Beathard Blake Oliaro Bryant Jones Stan Bobowski Joey Bailey Austin Rodriguez Lawrence Larivee Zach Caras Justin Long Ryan Downing

POS WR S QB CB QB WR LB QB LB DB WR DB QB WR DB WR DL DL WR WR RB WR DB LB RB DB LB/P DB S DB RB S K DE DB RB RB DB RB FB DB PK DB S LB RB DB DB LB LB FB LB

HT 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-2 5-9 5-11 5-11 6-2 5-11 6-3 5-10 6-3 5-10 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-2 5-11 5-10 6-1 6-2 5-11 6-1 6-1 5-9 6-2 6-0 5-7 6-0 5-11 6-2 5-9 5-10 6-2 5-11 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-4 5-10 6-0 5-8 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-1

WT 195 190 210 202 195 170 220 183 218 175 215 183 222 175 175 185 240 240 180 210 195 185 195 220 198 170 226 165 215 208 185 210 170 225 185 190 228 185 200 240 185 170 190 205 220 190 160 195 213 215 230 185

ATH YR JR* SO FR* SR FR SO SO* FR JR* FR* SO* SO SR JR FR* JR SR* SO* FR SR* SO* JR* FR* SR JR* FR SO FR SR SR SO SO* JR SO SR FR* SR JR GR* SO* FR SR* FR FR FR FR JR FR FR FR SO FR

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL (College) Oakland/Oakland Tech Inglewood/Morningside Saratoga/St. Francis Oak Park/Oak Park San Diego/Helix San Diego/West Hills (Louisiana Tech) Bellevue, WA/Bellevue Senior San Ramon/California Oakland/Oakland Tech Oceanside/Oceanside Bellevue, WA/Bellevue Senior Santa Monica/Santa Monica Durango/Durango (Saddleback JC) Chandler, AZ/Basha (Truman State) Novato/Novato Fontana/A.B. Miller (Riverside CC) Santa Barbara/Santa Barbara (Utah) Grand Rapids, MN/Grand Rapids Senior Newport Beach/Corona del Mar Bonita/St. Augustine Denver, CO/J.K. Mullen (Colorado State) Granada Hills/Chaminade College Prep Huntington Beach/Edison Fort Hall, ID/Mountain View Oakland/San Lorenzo San Diego/Grossmont Fresno/Clovis West Greenville, MS/Menlo Sterling, CO/Sterling (New Mexico) San Leandro/San Leandro (Laney College) Fresno/Clovis West La Verne/Bonita Ramona/Ramona (San Diego Mesa) Encinitas/Santa Fe Christian Amsterdam, Netheralnds/Highland (Southern Utah) Coronado/Coronado Grand Rapids, MI/USDHS (Hawaii) Burlingame/St. Ignatious College Prep Coronado/Coronado Reno, NV/Bishop Manogue Catholic Indianapolis, IN/Cathedral Burbank/John Burroughs (El Camino JC) San Diego/La Jolla Folsom/Folsom Oxnard/Oxnard Wheaton, IL/St. Francis Geneva, MN/Laughlin Yuma, AZ/Yuma Catholic Chino Hills/Ruben S. Ayala Northbrook, IL/Glenbrook North Berkeley/Berkeley Encinitas/Cathedral Catholic


2009 San Diego Football Roster NO NAME POS HT WT 45 Quintin Brown FB 6-0 240 46 Nick Scudellari LB 6-0 210 47 Nick Coppedge DL 6-2 240 48 Paul Slack S 5-10 188 49 Marion Bactol DB 5-10 175 50 Derek Marten LB 6-0 220 51 Mike Calahan LB 6-1 225 52 Nick Kostielney OL 6-3 270 53 Zach Dunaj LB 5-11 210 54 Julian Strickland DE 6-2 250 55 Michael Ruffino LB 6-0 210 56 Joe Martin LB 6-1 235 58 Andrew Bakhtiari DE 6-0 215 59 Noah Lyche LB 6-0 200 60 Garrett Trainor DL 6-1 245 61 Zach Michelli OL 6-1 290 62 Patrick Calahan OL 6-4 275 63 Bryan Kiernan OL 6-1 285 64 Tommy Schneiders OL 6-0 215 65 Matt Peleti OL 6-3 280 66 Austin Lucas OL 6-0 280 67 Dustin Geyer DL 6-1 251 68 Bryan Amidon OL 6-3 315 69 Patrick Thompson DL 6-6 258 70 Daniel Perez OL 6-3 250 71 Christian Fetters OL 6-1 243 72 Garrett Taylor OL 6-4 298 73 Conrad Smith OL/LS 6-6 300 74 Jeff Quigley OL 6-3 280 76 David Smith DL 6-0 237 77 Kyle Kofoed OL 6-2 290 78 Craig Mobley OL 6-1 275 80 Troy Terry TE 6-1 245 81 Andy McKiel WR 6-2 203 82 Murad Tolbert WR 5-11 175 83 Patrick Bowler TE 6-3 209 84 Joey Orfini WR 6-3 195 85 Hunter Warren WR 6-1 175 86 Patrick Doyle TE 6-3 235 87 Zach Lewis TE 6-4 225 88 Kyle Warren WR 6-2 175 89 Kyle Lokanc TE 6-5 230 90 Steve Gargiulo LB 6-3 220 91 Nico Lautmann DL 6-3 245 92 Andrew Ayala DL 6-0 285 94 Kellan Barker DL 5-11 225 95 Mickey Crawford DL 6-2 230 96 Frank Chavez DL 5-11 270 97 Paul Tremblay DL 6-3 275 98 Mike Levine K 6-0 185 99 Weston Yahn DL 6-4 205 Roster as of 8-28-09

ATH YR HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL (College) FR Los Angeles/Long Beach Poly Technic FR* Saratoga/St. Francis SR* Santee/Vista FR* San Mateo/Aragon FR Maple Valley, WA/Eastside Catholic SR Clovis/Buchanan (Fresno City CC) JR Mission Viejo/Aliso Niguel (Saddleback JC) SR Hollister/Hollister (Gavilan JC) FR Thousand Oaks/Westlake JR* Burlingame/Burlingame FR Napa/Napa SO* Lake Oswego, OR/Central Catholic FR* Burlingame/Junipero Serra FR Camarillo/Adolfo Camarillo FR San Diego/Poway JR Madera Ranchos/Clovis West (Col. of the Sequoias) SR Mission Viejo/Aliso Niguel (Saddleback JC) FR Orange/Mater Dei FR Englewood, CO/Cherry Creek FR Laguna Niguel/Aliso Niguel FR* Falls Church, VA/George Mason FR* Oak Park/Oak Park FR San Diego/Westview JR Glendora/Charter Oak FR Lakewood/Long Beach Poly Technic SO Fresno/Clovis West FR Encinitas/La Costa Canyon SR Long Beach/Woodrew Wilson Classical FR Laguna Hills/Laguna Hills FR Napa/Napa SR* Rancho Cordova/Cordova JR Hawthorne/Hawthorne (Pasadena CC) JR Tacoma, WA/Bethel (Shasta CC) FR Hicksville, NY/Hicksville JR* Corona/Corona Santiago (West LA College) FR San Carlos/Junipero Serra SO* Vienna, VA/Gonzaga FR Diamond Bar/Diamond Bar SO* Chicago, IL/Fenwick JR Bakersfield/Garces Memorial (Bakersfield CC) FR* Diamond Bar/Diamond Bar FR* San Diego/Cathedral Catholic FR Palo Alto/Palo Alto Senior FR Portola Valley/Bellarmine College Prep FR Chula Vista/Bonita Vista SO San Jose/Bellarmine College Prep FR Austin, TX/Austin Anderson FR* Whittier/Whittier Christian JR* Solana Beach/Santa Fe Christian FR* Las Vegas, NV/Bishop Gorman FR Camarillo/Adolfo Camarillo * redshirt year utilized

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USD: Second year player back as team’s starting quarterback... Is a 2009 Preseason Walter Payton Award Watch Candidate... Last season was named All-PFL 1st Team and the team’s Most Valuable Player on offense... Ranked 1st in the PFL in passing average (256.5 yards per game) and passing efficiency (160.2 rating), completing 239 out of 358 attempts for 2,822 yards and 35 touchdowns... Ranked 2nd in the PFL in total offense (259.5 yards per game)... Completed 20 or more passes in 9 contests with season-best 27 against Dayton... Tossed 4 touchdowns in four games, and at least 3 TDs in nine contests... Named PFL Offensive Player of the Week (Nov. 1) following win over Marist... Personal-best 364 yards passing in win over Azusa Pacific. Junior College: Played two years at Saddleback Junior College... Last season he helped guide the Gauchos to a 7-3 mark... He completed 79-of-142 passes for 1,023 yards and 8 touchdowns. High School: Attended Durango HS in Durango, CO... Senior year named team Offensive MVP after passing for 40 touchdowns and 2,000 yards... A three-year varsity performer in both football and basketball. Personal: Born on May 5, 1986 in England... His mother, Felicia, and step-father Ron Trujillo reside in Durango, CO... His father Steve Garrison, and step-mother Robbin, live in Phoenix, AZ... Chose USD for academics and football... Also recruited by North Dakota State, Central Connecticut State, Texas A&M and Southern Illinois... Notes his dad played quarterback at Fort Lewis College... Besides football, enjoys watching movies, playing video games and golf. Major: Business. Minor: Real Estate.

USD: Returns for fourth year and will start at corner back... Was named 2008 PFL 1st Team as a defensive back... Last season appeared in all 11 games for the Toreros while totaling 42 tackles (30 solo)... Ranked 17th in the PFL in passes defended including 6 pass breakups and 1 interception (5 yard return)... In 2007 appeared in all 11 games while totaling 55 tackles (41 solo), 1 interception (26 yard return), and 7 pass breakups... Twice totaled a game high 10 tackles (Dayton & Morehead State)... Named the PFL Freshman of the Year in 2006 including a season-best 7 tackles (6 solo) in his final game at Jacksonville... Played in first nine games; missed final three due to illness. High School: Prepped at Oak Park... Senior year named Defensive MVP and Captain... Totaled 40+ tackles and 4 interceptions... Junior year team went 12-2... Also lettered in track & field where he was named team MVP during his senior campaign, and Sprinter of the Year in his junior year. Personal: Born on January 8, 1988 in Chesapeake, VA... Parents are Portia & Cleavant Derricks of Oak Park, CA... Chose USD for great school with beautiful location, excellent football program and strong academics... Also recruited by Cal Poly, Cal Lutheran, and Redlands. Major: Sociology.


USD: Fourth and final year with Toreros... Will start at tackle with offensive line unit... Will also see action with special team’s as long snapper... Last two seasons has played a key starting role with offensive line unit with both run blocking and pass protection... Freshman season saw action with offensive line unit at left tackle. High School: Prepped at Woodrow Wilson Classical HS where he played for Coach Mario Morales... Senior year named team captain, 2nd Team AllLeague, Captain Award, Special Teams Player of the Year, and invited to 605 All-Star Game... Junior year was named a Scholar-Athlete and Special Teams Player of the Year. Personal: Born on August 14, 1988 in Long Beach, CA... Parents are John & Patti Smith of Long Beach... Chose USD for team quality, academics and location of school... Also recruited by USC, Colorado, Occidental, Chapman and Trinity... Notes he enjoys surfing and is on schedule to graduate in four years. Major: Business Administration.

Minor: Supply Chain Management.

USD: Second year player will start on defense again at the linebacker position... Last season was named 1st Team All-PFL on defense... Played in all 11 games for the Toreros...Tied for second on the team in interceptions with picks in victories over Marist and Davidson...Ranked 7th in the PFL in fumbles recovered...Led the Toreros and ranked 13th in the PFL in tackles with a total of 53 stops (4.8 per game)... Personal-best 10 tackles (all solo) against Dayton Flyers... Tallied 9 tackles at Jacksonville... Season line includes 53 tackles (34 solo), 4 tackles for loss (-10), 1 quarterback sack (-7), 2 interceptions (-11), 2 QB hurries and 2 fumble recoveries. College: Played two years at Fresno City College. High School: Attended Buchanan HS where he played for coach Mike Vogt. Personal: Born on February 12, 1988 in Clovis, CA... Parents are Tami and Steve Marten of Clovis, CA... Chose USD for quality education and location. Major: Sociology.


USD: Enters second year with the Toreros at defensive back... Last season appeared in all 11 games... Named 2008 Pioneer Football League Freshman Defensive Player of the Year, and 2nd Team All-PFL on defense...Recipient of team’s Most Outstanding 1st Year Player Award... Ranked 4th in the PFL and 15th in the NCAA with 5 interceptions for 94 yards... He returned two picks for touchdowns (37 yards vs. Morehead State; 57 yards vs. Dayton)...Personal-best 2 interceptions against Dayton... Ranked 3rd on the team with 47 tackles (39 solo), including personal-best 8 stops vs. Drake. High School: Attended Santa Monica HS where he was a three-year varsity letterman in both football and track... Senior year earned All-Ocean League honors after totaling 65 tackles, 8 interceptions and 24 pass break-ups... Junior year totaled 57 stops and 18 pass break-ups... In track earned Captains Award and Pat Cody Memorial Scholarship Coaches award. Personal: Born on August 13, 1990 in Nigeria... Chose USD for great school and to be close to home... Also recruited by Nebraska, Oregon, Oregon State and San Diego State... Besides football enjoys listening to music and volunteering at Pop Warner football practices. Major: Political Science. Minor: Physical Therapy.

USD: Second year player will compete for starting role at running back... Last year stepped in for the injured JT Rogan and produced a solid campaign... Rushed for a team-best 757 yards and 7 touchdowns... Totaled 179 carries for averages of 4.2 per carry and 68.8 yards per game... Ranked third on team with 25 receptions for 180 yards (7.2 ave.) and 1 touchdown... Ranked second on team with 54 points... Personal-best 151 yards rushing and 3 touchdowns in road win at Campbell that earned him PFL player of the week honors... Tallied 115 yards and 1 TD against Morehead State... Totaled 93 yards and 2 TD’s in road win at Drake. College: Redshirted in 2007 at Colorado State University. High School: Attended J.K. Mullen HS... A two-time All-State and All-Conference peformer with team finishing as state runner-up both senior and junior campaigns. Personal: Born on November 3, 1998 in Denver, CO... Parents are Nanette and Troy Morelli of Littleton, CO... Chose USD for football program and strong academics. Major: Communication Studies.


Notable: JT was granted a sixth year by the NCAA after going down with a seasonending knee injury in the first quarter of last year’s opener against Marist... From 20052007 JT played a key role in USD’s success with the Toreros going a combined 31-4 with back-to-back Mid-Major National Championships (2005 & 2006) and three PFL titles... A versatile player, he is a four-way threat as a rusher, receiver, kick returner and occasional passer... He enters the 2009 campaign as the program’s all-time leader in rushing yards (3,013), touchdowns (47) and all-purpose yardage (5,344). USD: JT returns for his sixth and final year with the Toreros where he will once again play a key role in both the running game and with special teams... In 2007 he earned First Team FCS All-America honors from The Sports Network after leading the nation in kickoff returns (33.2 ave.)... He also led the team in rushing (1,021 yards and 10 TDs) while chipping in with 30 receptions for 331 yards and 7 TDs... He tallied a team-best 108 points... He rushed for more than 100 yards in six games with a best of 154 at Morehead State... He found the endzone four times in home win over Jacksonville... He returned a 94-yard kickoff for a touchdown against Northern Colorado... Was named a PFL Player of the Week on three different occasions... In 2006 he was tabbed First Team All-PFL with solid numbers across the board... Named USD Offensive Player of the Year... In the rushing department he led the team with 190 carries for 1,002 yards and 14 touchdowns... He ranked fourth on the team in receptions with 28 catches for 313 yards and two scores... He returned 12 kickoffs for 347 yards (28.9 ave.), including a 93 yard return for a touchdown against Valparaiso... He was a perfect 2-for-2 in the passing department with both tosses going for scores (42 & 25 yards)... He totaled four games with 100+ rushing yards led by 173 at Drake and 151 at Davidson... He also tallied five games with 2 rushing scores. In 2005 he led the Toreros with 944 yards on the ground and 7 rushing touchdowns... He totaled 36 receptions for 320 yards and 4 scores... Tallied 5 games with 100 or more yards of rushing, including 180 yards and 3 TDs in win at Dayton (named PFL Offensive Player of the Week for his effort)... Added 176 yards on the ground and 9 receptions for 92 yards in key PFL win over Drake... Tied for 2nd on the team in points with 66... Sat out the 2004 season as a redshirt. High School: Led Coronado to a 9-2 record and earned All-State honors with over 1,700 yards rushing his senior year... Rushed for over 1,000 yards and named All-League for the 2002 Harbor League Champions... Was his team’s leading tackler, rusher and receiver his sophomore season... Also a two-time All-League baseball player. Personal: Born on June 13, 1986 in La Jolla, CA... Also recruited by Penn, Dartmouth and Redlands... Chose USD to get a good education while staying close to home... Started a used textbook store... Started San Diego County Football Camp for youth... Enjoys deadlifting in the gym... Consistent blood donor. Major: Master of Science in Real Estate.


USD: Third year player will compete on the defensive side of the ball at defensive back... Last year appeared in all 11 games for the Toreros... Tallied 2 tackles in four different contests... Named team’s 2008 Scout Defensive Most Valuable Player... Played a reserve role in 2007 with defensive secondary. High School: Prepped at Laughlin HS where he played for coaches Jason Leonard & Ben Fermon... Two-time team Defensive MVP... Three-time 1st Team All-Southern Conference... Senior year team finished 8-2... Junior year team went 7-3 and advanced to state semifinals... Also lettered in wrestling and track... Named the 2005 state wrestling champion; runner-up in 2006 & 2007. Personal: Born on October 24, 1988 in Albert Lea, Minnesota... Chose USD for great location, tremendous Business School, and quality football program... Also recruited by Carroll College... Earned Academic 1st Honors (2009) and 2nd Honors (2008), and was a member of the Alcala Club. Major: Accountancy.

Joey Bailey #40 JR DB

Minor: Real Estate.

USD: Second year player is projected to start at defensive end for the Toreros... Last year appeared in final four contests and tallied 5 solo tackles... In win over Butler was credited with 3 stops, including one tackle for loss. High School: Attended Bellarmine Prep... Senior year named WCAL Lineman of the Year and First Team All-NorCal... Team went 10-2 and won Western Catholic Athletic League title... Junior year earned 2nd Team All-WCAL honors. Personal: Born on October 8, 1990 in San Jose, CA... Parents are Alison and Don Barker of San Jose, CA... Chose USD for great school, to play football, and be in Southern California... Also recruited by Willamette University... His dad played football at UC Davis (1979-83)... Besides football, enjoys the beach, hanging out with friends, and golfing. Major: Business.

Major: Environmental Studies.

Kellen Barker #94 SO DL

USD: Enters senior year at USD... Last year earned All-PFL Honorable Mention honors for his play with offensive line unit... Played key role in both run blocking and pass protection for USD offense that led the PFL in scoring offense (35.3 ppg), passing offense (269.1 ypg) and total offense (405.4 ypg)... Sat out the 2006 USD season before transferring to Saddleback for the 2007 campaign. College: Played at Saddleback College with Gauchos going 7-3... Earned 1st Team All-Mission Conference, All-America and Lineman of the Year honors. High School: Prepped at Aliso Niguel HS for head coach Jeff Veeder... Senior year garnered All-Seaview League and All-CIF honors with team winning league championship... Also lettered in track & field. Personal: Born on October 26, 1988 in Evanston, IL... His parents are Francine Calahan and Thomas Calahan... Chose USD for its great football program and History department... Also recruited by UC Davis, NIU and Florida... Enjoys working out, playing guitar and listening to music.

Patrick Calahan #62 SR OL

Major: History.

USD: Second year player will compete for playing time with defensive unit at defensive back... Last season played in a reserve role at quarterback... Redshirted in 2007. High School: Prepped at Bonita HS where he played for coach Eric Podley... Senior year team went 7-3 (2nd place in Miramonte League) and was named Offensive MVP and Bearcat of the Year... Threw for 1900 yards and 20 TDs... Also lettered sophomore and junior years with team going 8-2 (league champs in 2004)... Also lettered in soccer four years and was a two-time All-League performer and MVP junior year. Personal: Born on December 24, 1988 in Anaheim, CA... Parents are Al & Cynthia Chavez of La Verne, CA... Twin sister Jessica attends SDSU... Chose USD for location and great education... Also recruited by Utah State, UC Davis, Linfield and Occidental. Jeff Chavez #30 SO DB

Major: Business Marketing. Minor: Spanish

USD: Nick Coppedge enters his fifth and final year at USD where he will move to the defensive side of the ball and compete with the defensive line unit... Last season appeared in 8 games at running back, mostly as a blocker... Did find the endzone twice in wins over Azusa Pacific and Campbell... Sat out 2005 season as a redshirt. High School: Prepped at Vista High School where he played for coach DAn Williams... Football team won two San Diego Section Championships... Senior year was named 2nd Team All-Avocado League and 2nd Team All-San Diego Union Tribune... Also lettered in baseball. Personal: Born on November 11, 1986 in San Diego, CA... Parnts are Lydia & Mark Coppedge of Santee, CA... Also recruited by UTEP and Nevada... Chose USD to stay close to home, football program and campus environment.

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Major: History.

Minor: Communication Studies.

Nick Coppedge #47 SR DL

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USD: Enters his second and final season with the Toreros as team’s kicker... Last season appeared in all 11 games for the Toreros and ranked 4th on team in scoring with 33 points (27-33 PAT; 2-7 FG)... Connected on a 44-yard field goal in home victory against Azusa Pacific... A perfect 5-for-5 twice in PAT’s (Azusa Pacific & Valparaiso)... Averaged 58.3 yards on 69 kickoffs... Named PFL Special Teams Player of the Week (Sept. 21st) in win at Campbell (24-yard FG; 4-4 in PATs; 8 kickoffs for 59.5 ave.). College: Played at El Camino JC helping team to 9-2 record and league title in Mission Conference... Started at University of Nevada. High School: Attended John Burroughs HS where he was a two-time All-League and All-Area peformer... Senior year made 6-of-10 field goals with long of 43... Junior year was 9-of-13 with long of 48... Also earned two varsity letters in soccer where he was AllFoothill senior year. Personal: Born on January 21, 1987 in Burbank, CA... Parents are Shelbi and Sean Cullen of Burbank, CA... Chose USD for strong academics and solid football program... Also recruited by Cal, Ole Miss and Memphis... Notes he is a born-again Christian. Major: Business Administration.

Sean Cullina #19 SR WR

James Cullen #37 SR K

USD: Returns for his fourth and final year with Toreros where he will play wide receiver and compete for playing time on special teams’ as a holder... Last year he was granted a medical redshirt year following a preseason injury... In 2007 he appeared in all 11 games... Caught 2 passes, and also completed 2-for-2 in passing for 33 yards... In 2006 he appeared in all 12 games and totaled 9 catches for 85 yards (9.4 ave.)... Found the endzone twice in win over Davidson on catches of 2 & 5 yards... For the game he caught a season-best 5 balls for 33 yards. High School: Played at Saint Augustine HS... Last year earned Honorable Mention All-Eastern League honors with team going 65 and qualifying for CIF quarterfinals... Sophomore and Junior seasons team went 9-3 and reached CIF Finals... Also competed in track where he was a 2-year All-CIF performer and team captain. Personal: Born on August 6, 1987 in San Diego, CA... Parents are Leo & Mary Cullina of Bonita, CA... Chose USD for location and education... Also recruited by Army, Navy, TCU and Ivy League teams... Plays the piano. Major: Finance & Marketing.

USD: Third year player is projected to start at tight end... Last season appeared in all 11 games for the Toreros... His 14.8 yards per catch average was best on team among regulars... Hauled in a 31yard touchdown in big home victory over UC Davis...Redshirted in 2007. High School: Prepped at Fenwick HS in Chicago where he played for Coach Joe DiCanio... Senior year was named team captain, MVP, All-Chicago Catholic League and Most Valuable Lineman... Caught 33 passes for 286 yards and 6 TDs... Also lettered in wrestling and track & field (captain). Personal: Born on July 10, 1989 in Chicago, IL... Parents are Sean and Margie Doyle of Western Springs, IL... Chose USD for location, weather, academics and football program... Also recruited by Dayton, Holy Cross and Butler. Major: Communication Studies.

Kevin Dunn #16 SR DL

Minor: Business.

Patrick Doyle #86 SO TE

USD: Returns for third season with the Toreros and is projected to start on the defensive line... Was named 2008 Most Improved Defensive Player, appearing in all 11 games for the Toreros... Finished 2nd in the PFL for fumbles forced (2)... Ranked 7th on team with 26 tackles (14 solo), averaging 2.4 stops per contest... Personal-best 5 stops and 1.5 sacks against Morehead State... Versatile athlete has competed at safety, linebacker, as well as with offensive unit at quarterback after transferring to USD for the 2007 spring semester. College: Talented quarterback sat out the 2005 as a red-shirt. In 2006 he appeared in one contest for Utah - a 48-0 victory over Utah State. High School: Attended Santa Barbara HS where he was team captain and MVP... All-league in 2003-04 and 2004 all-county... Set school passing record with 3,332 yards... Does everything left handed except throw. Personal: Born on January 24, 1987 in Santa Barbara, CA... Parents are James and Ronda Dunn... Father graduated from USC, but played football and baseball at Wyoming... Enjoys playing guitar. Major: Economics.

Minor: Supply Chain Management.

USD: Senior will compete for playing time with the offense at running back... Did not play the past two seasons, but in 2006 he sparked the Torero offense with 399 yards on 72 carries - good for 4 TDs and a 5.5 average per rush... Season-best 92 yards on 10 carries with 1 TD in win over Valparaiso... Also totaled 86 yards on 12 carries with 1 TD in win over Dayton... Chipped in with 7 receptions for 55 yards. College: Attended the University of Hawaii in 2005 and sat out as a redshirt. High School: Played senior year of football across from USD at the University of San Diego High School for Coach Sean Doyle... Senior year rushed for 1,000 yards and was named First Team All-Eastern League... Team won Eastern League Championship... Junior year in Michigan, playing quarterback, passed for 1,200 yards and rushed for 800. Personal: Born on August 17, 1987 in Grand Rapids, MI... Chose USD for football and academics... Also recruited by Utah, Texas and Bowling Green... Raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan, but moved to San Diego prior to his senior year of high school. Major: Business Administration.

Brendan Feliczak #34 SR RB

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USD: Second year performer will again compete with offensive line unit.... Last year earned two starts in final four contests. High School: Attended Clovis West HS where he was a four-time scholar-athlete with football program... Senior year named All-League (Tri-River Athletic Conference), All-City, All-Valley and Most Valuable Lineman... Team went 9-4-1 and were CIF runner-up... 10-0 teams both his freshman and sophomore campaigns... Played two years of baseball where he was team captain and Most Valuable Pitcher at Coca-Cola Classic. Personal: Born on April 14, 1990 in Fresno, CA... Parents are George & Terry Fetters of Fresno, CA... Chose USD for great academics, football program and beautiful campus... Also recruited by UC Davis, Santa Clara, Dartmouth, Harvard and Princeton... Notes he enjoys spending time with family and friends... His dad played football at Colorado (‘67-68). Major: Mechanical Engineering.

Hanner Hart #23 SR LB

Christian Fetters #71 SO OL

USD: Senior is in his fifth year and will again compete for playing time at linebacker... Past two seasons has been slowed by injuries; received a medical redshirt year in 2008... In 2006 he tallied tackles in 7 contests and finished the season with 30 stops (10 solo)... Chipped in with 3 QB sacks (-28 yards)... Personal best 9 tackles (5 solo) and 2 QB sacks in home win over Morehead State... In 2005 he totaled 29 tackles (8 solo) with 4 tackles for loss (-17 yards)... Personal-best 8 tackles in win over Chapman... Tallied 6 stops in key PFL win over Drake. High School: Attended Mountain View HS (Idaho) where he lettered in football, wrestling and track & field... Senior year earned 1st Team All-Conference and 2nd Team All-State honors... Earned 1st Place in Lineman Challenge... All-Star Defensive MVP... totaled 10 quarterback sacks... Junior year was named team’s Outstanding Defensive Lineman and was named 2nd Team All-League... Earned Top 5 places at state championships in both wrestling and track. Personal: Born on Nov. 23, 1986 in Fort Hall, Idaho... Chose USD to play I-AA football... Also recruited by Willamette and Columbia.

Major: Electrical Engineering.

Minor: Mathematics & International Business.

USD: Second year player returns at running back... Was named 2008 PFL Honorable Mention, appearing in all 11 games for the Toreros... Ranked 5th in the PFL in rushing yards with an average of 49.8 per game... Had a game high 87 yard long rush and scored a touchdown in a home victory over Valparaiso... Finished 2nd in the PFL with 3 individual rushing performances over 100 yards - 133 at Davidson; 130 vs. Valparaiso; 103 vs. Butler... Second on team with 548 yards rushing on 89 carries (6.2 ave.)... Totaled 4 kickoff returns for 105 yards (long of 51 vs. Butler). High School: Attended Clovis West HS... Senior year named All-League and All-City after rushing for 1,784 yards and 20 total touchdowns... Junior year named Offensive Tri-City Athletic Conference Player of the Year after rushing for 2,345 yards and 37 touchdowns... In addition to four varsity letters in football, earned letters in baseball (3), wrestling (1) and track (1). Personal: Born on November 20, 1989 in Fresno, CA... Parents are Peggy and Rick Jelmini of Fresno, CA... Chose USD for great combination of academics and athletics... Also recruited by Yale, Harvard, Princeton and Columbia... Notes his brother plays baseball at Stanford.

Matt Jelmini #29 SO RB

Major: Business Administration. USD: Fourth year player will compete for playing time with the offensive unit at wide receiver... Last season as a defensive back appeared in all 11 games for the Toreros... Totaled 15 unassisted tackles including 4 in a home victory over Azusa Pacific... In 2007 appeared in 10 games at running back where he totaled 171 yards rushing and 1 TD... Season-best 51 yards rushing on 13 carries in win over Jacksonville... Cashed in on a 25-yard TD run against Butler... Hauled in 3 passes for 62 yards and 2 TDs (Valpo & Drake)... Sat out the 2006 season as a redshirt but was named the team’s Offensive Scout Team player of the year. High School: Attended Chaminade College Prep where he played for coach Ben McEnroe... Senior year was MVP of East-West All-Star game... First Team All-League... Rushed for over 700 yards and had over 500 yards receiving... Junior year was First Team All-League and Offensive MVP... Also lettered in track & field where he was a MVP four straight years. Personal: Born on March 8, 1988 in Northridge, CA... His mother, Derreatha Juarez, resides in Granada Hills, CA... Chose USD for good academics, football and being close to home... Also recruited Derron Juarez by UC Davis, Dartmouth and Villanova. #21 JR WR Major: Sociology. Minor: Business.

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USD: Second year player is projected to start for defensive unit at linebacker... Last season was named PFL Honorable Mention... Ranked 2nd on the team with 52 tackles despite missing 4 games due to injury... Totaled a game high 13 tackles and blocked a kick in the team’s season opening victory over Marist...Reached double digits with 11 tackles (9 solo) in win over Butler... Snared an interception against Azusa Pacific (15-yard return)... Red-shirted in 2007. High School: Prepped at Bellevue Senior HS where he played for Coach Butch Goncharoff... Named First Team King County 3A... Team won state championship in 2006, as well as 2004 and 2003. Personal: Born on December 13, 1988 in Seattle, WA... Parents are Loka & Taiana Kanongataa of Bellevue, WA... Chose USD for football program, great location and strong education... Also recruited by Western Washington and Oregon State... Has two cousins that play in the NFL - Haloti Ngata (Ravens) & Fili Moala (Colts). Major: Business Administration.

Loka Kanongataa #6 SO LB


USD: Returns for fifth and final year with Toreros... This season he is projected to be a starter with the offensive line unit... Last year he played in all 11 games with six starts with offensive line unit at the guard position... Played a key role with run blocking and pass protection for Torero offense that ranked first in the PFL in total offense... Appeared in 8 contests for the Toreros in 2007... In 2006 he appeared in a reserve role with the defensive line unit and totaled 3 tackles... In 2005 he sat out as a redshirt. High School: Attended Cordova HS where he played for coach Mat Miller... Named First Team All-League and 2nd Team All-City senior season with team going 7-2-1... two time team Offensive Player of the Year... Junior season team went 12-1 while earning First Team All-League recognition... Also lettered in lacrosse. Personal: Born on May 31, 1987 in Sacramento, CA... Parents are Loretta & Kurt Kofoed of Rancho Cordova, CA... Chose USD for quality of education and great football program... Also recruited by West Point, Nevada and UNLV.. Enjoys playing the violin, working on his jeep and biking. Major: Business Administration.

Nick Kostielney #52 SR OL

Kyle Kofoed #77 SR OL

USD: Enters second and final year with the Toreros... Will start with offensive line unit at center... Last season started ten of eleven games for the Toreros with the offensive line unit... Played a key role with both run blocking and pass protection as the Toreros led the PFL in total offense. College: Played two years at Gavilan Junior College where he was a two-time Academic All-State and All-NorCal performer (2006 & 2007)... Recipient of Bud Ohman Award, Most Valuable Offensive Lineman Award and Team Captain. High School: Attended Hollister HS where he earned three varsity letters in football... Senior year team went 9-2 while he earned MVP Offensive Lineman honor... Junior year (9-2 recod) was tabbed Team Captain and Second Team All-League... Also competed four years in track & field, and one year in wrestling. Personal: Born on December 27, 1986 in Hollister, CA... Parents are Mary & Blaise Kostielney of Hollister, CA... Chose USD for its academics and football... Also recruited by Sacramento State, Idaho State and Tulane... Besides football, enjoys fishing, lifting, and watching 24... Hopes to land a job with FBI following graduation. Major: Business Administration.

USD: Second year player will compete with defensive line unit at end... Appeared in first six games before being lost for season due to injury... Totaled 5 unassisted tackles in the team’s home victory over Azusa Pacific... Chipped in with 3 tackles at Campbell and 2 stops vs. Valparaiso... Recorded a quarterback hurry in wins over Marist and Azusa Pacific. High School: Attended Santa Fe Christian HS... Senior year named All-North County, All-Coastal League, and team Defensive Player of the Year... Junior year team won the CIF championship... Also lettered four years in lacrosse, and one year in soccer. Personal: Born on July 3, 1990 in San Diego, CA... Parents are Myra and Werner Kurn of Encinitas, CA... Chose USD for campus, people and weather... Also recruited by UC Davis, Cal Poly and UNLV... Is a certified scuba diving instructor. Major: Business Administration.

Mario Kurn #32 SO DL USD: Third year player will compete for playing time at outside linebacker... Last season appeared in 9 games with 4 starts... Totaled two tackles in wins over Marist and Campell... Redshirt in 2007. High School: Prepped at Central Catholic HS where he played for Coach Steve Pyne... Senior year team went 10-3 and won Mt. Hood Conference title... Named 1st Team All-Conference for both wide receiver and defensive back... Named honorable mention junior and sophomore campaigns... Also lettered in track. Personal: Born on September 14, 1988 in Santa Rosa, CA... Parents are Jeff & Nanette Martin of Lake Oswego, OR... Chose USD for football, weather and great education... Also recruited by Oregon, Oregon State, Utah and Portland State... Worked at the Anthony Newman football camps.

Joe Martin #56 SO LB

Major: History.

USD: Fourth year player will compete for playing time on defense with the linebacker group... Last season competed on offense with Torero receivers... Saw very limited time in 2007 and sat out the 2006 campaign as a redshirt. High School: Prepped at Oakland Tech where he played for coach Delton Edwards... Senior year earned All-City honors while tossing 26 touchdowns and just 2 interceptions... Junior year was All-City after passing for 1,468 yards. Personal: Born on May 7, 1988 in Oakland, CA... His mother, Karen Haynes, resides in Oakland, CA... Chose USD for strong academics and uprising football program... Also recruited by Idaho State and San Jose State... Enjoys being with family. Major: Sociology. Minor: Communications Studies. Anthony McCrady #7 JR LB

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USD: Third year player is projected to start at wide receiver... Last season was named the team’s Most Improved Player on offense... Played in all 11 games for the Toreros... Ranked 3rd on the team with 14 receptions for 177 yards, scoring touchdowns against Campbell (4 yards) and Dayton (21 yards)... Personal-best 4 receptions for 37 yards in home win over UC Davis... Hauled in a long reception of 46 yards in road win at Davidson... Redshirted in 2007. High School: Prepped at Bellevue Senior HS where he played for Coach Butch Goncharoff... Named 1st Team All-League senior year with team winning state championship... Junior year tabbed 2nd Team All-Kingco 3A... Also lettered in basketball and track. Personal: Born on June 9, 1989 in Bellevue, WA... Parents are Nancy & Pat McGough of Bellevue, WA... Chose USD for school’s academic reputation, weather and football program... Also recruited by Western Washington and Washington State. John McGough #9 SO WR

Major: Business Administration.

USD: Second year player will compete with the defensive unit at linebacker, as well as with the special teams unit at punter.... Was named 2008 PFL Honorable Mention, appearing in all 11 games for the Toreros... Had a season-best 6 unassisted tackles in a road victory over Drake...Ranked 10th on team with 20 total stops... Led team in punting with 27 punts for 1,108 yards (41.0 ave.)... Totaled 4 punts of 50+ yards including a season-best 62 yarder against Dayton... Against Flyers, totaled 4 punts for 190 yards (47.5 ave.). High School: Attended Clovis West HS... Senior year named Player of the Year for team, city and league... Totaled 105 tackles and 8 interceptions... Also averaged 46.7 yards per punt... Named 1st Team AllSection and 2nd Team All-State... Earned 4 varsity letters in football and 2 varsity letters in baseball... Team finished 9-4-1 and were runner-up at Section Championships. Personal: Born on November 1, 1989 in Fresno, CA... Parents are Lisa and Jeff Negrete of Fresno, CA... Chose USD for its academic excellence, football program and community... Also recruited by Stanford, Arizona State, UC Davis and Ivy League schools... Notes his dad played football at Fresno State, and his grandfather, Jim Sweeney, was a long time collegiate football coach. Major: Business.

Kyle Negrete #25 SO LB/P

Minor: Biology.

USD: Second year player will compete with the defensive secondary at safety... Last season totaled 8 tackles in road victory over Davidson... Closed out season with 7 solo stops and 1 fumble recovery in big home victory over UC Davis... Totaled 21 tackles for season. High School: Attended Morningside HS... Senior year totaled 107 tackles and 3 interceptions... Named team captain and Defensive MVP... Also earned two varsity letters in basketball. Personal: Born on September 7, 1990 in Los Angeles, CA... Parents are Tonya Trotter and Ephraim Obi of Gardena, CA... Chose USD for excellent combination of athletics and academics... Also recruited by San Jose State, Azusa Pacific and Brown... Notes he headed the peer tutor organization at his high school for three years to help students maintain and achieve good grade-point averages. Frederick Obi #2 SO DB

Major: Business.

USD: Second year player will compete with the defensive unit at the safety position... Last season appeared in 7 games for the Toreros, missing four contests due to injury... Tied for second on the team in interceptions with picks against Azusa Pacific and Dayton... Finished with 29 tackles (23 solo)... Totaled 6 tackles in three contests (Campbell, Dayton and Davidson). College: Started collegiate career at the University of New Mexico. High School: Attended Sterling HS in Colorado... Senior year named All-State, All-Conference and conference MVP... Totaled 50 receptions for 1,000 yards; also collected 10 interceptions on defense... Team was State runner-up... Junior year named All-State and All-Conference after totaling 40 receptions for 750 yards... Also earned 4 letters in baseball and 2 letters in basketball... Two-time All-State baseball player. Personal: Born on January 2, 1987 in Sterling, CO... Parents are Cindy and Curt Pilkington of Sterling, CO... Chose USD for great school, football program and location... Also recruited by New Mexico, Colorado and Kansas... Notes his cousin, Ross, played at Nebraska for current Torero coach George Darlington.

Derek Pilkington #27 SR DB

Major: Accountancy.

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Godfrey Smith #1 JR WR

USD: Enters fourth year with the Toreros and third year of competition... Projected to start at wide receiver... Last season appeared in all 11 games... Ranked 2nd on the team in receiving with 24 receptions for 231 yards with an average of 21 receiving yards per game... Scored 2 touchdowns including a 37 yard score in a home victory over Valparaiso... In 2007 was the recipient of the team’s Most Outstanding First Year Player Award... Appeared in all 11 games and finished with 30 receptions for 347 yards (11.6 ave.) and 4 touchdowns... Season-best 5 receptions for 53 yards and 1 TD at UC Davis... Touchdown receptions came against Drake (7 yards), Jacksonville (45), Dayton (9) and UC Davis (15). High School: Prepped at Oakland Tech where he played for coach Delton Edwards... Also lettered 3 years in baseball where he was team captain and First Team AllCity. Personal: Born on October 13, 1988 in Oakland, CA... His mother, Audra Williams, resides in Oakland, CA... Chose USD for strong football program, great location, and excellent Communications & Business Schools... High school teammate of Anthony McCrady. Major: Communications Studies.


Julian Strickland #54 JR DE

USD: Third year player is projected to start at the defensive end position... Last season appeared in 7 games for the Toreros before suffering season-ending injury at Jacksonville... Finished with 20 tackles (10 solo) and 4.5 tackles for loss... Totaled game-high 2.5 sacks (-16 yards) in road victory over Campbell... Appeared in all 11 games in 2007 and finished with 34 tackles (19 solo) to go with 4.5 tackles for loss and 1 interception... Season-best 8 tackles at Dayton... Sat out the 2006 season as a redshirt... Was tabbed team’s 2006 Scout Defensive Player of the Year. High School: Prepped at Burlingame HS where he played for coach Phillopopolus... Senior year earned All-Metro honors after totaling 7 sacks... Junior year was All-County with 14 sacks... Also lettered in basketball where he earned All-League honors. Personal: Born on March 28, 1987 in Sacramento, CA... Parents are Tyrone & Threasa Strickland of Burlingame, CA... Chose USD to continue playing football at collegiate level, and for great education... Also recruited by Oregon, Arizona and UC Davis. Major: Business Administration.

USD: Third year player is projected to be team’s starting fullback... Appeared in 9 contests last season for the Toreros... Tallied a 22-yard kickoff return in comeback win over Davidson... Redshirt during 2007 campaign. High School: Prepped at Bishop Manogue Catholic HS where he played for Coach Paul Mills... Two-time All-High Sierra League performer at guard... Senior year team went 11-2... Junior year team captain and team linebacker award... Also lettered in track and basketball. Personal: Born on September 18, 1988 in Reno, NV... Parents are Casey & Charolette Sullivan of Reno, NV... Chose USD to attend a Catholic University and play football... Also recruited by Princeton, Yale and Penn. Kyle Sullivan #36 SO FB

Major: Business Administration.

USD: Third year player moves to the defensive side of ball where he will compete with the defensive line unit... Last year appeared in a handful of games for USD with offensive line unit... In 2007 he appeared in 9 contests for the 9-2 Toreros. High School: Prepped at Charter Oak HS where he played for Coach Lou Farrar... Three-time winner of Coaches Award... Named to National Football Honor Society... Senior year team were CIF finalists... Three-time Miramonte League champs... Also lettered in track. Personal: Born on May 8, 1989 in Fullerton, CA... Parents are Herb & Margaret Thompson of Glendora, CA... Twin brother Herb was a member of USD team in 2007... Chose USD for football and academic experiences... Notes he enjoys hunting, backpacking and biking. Major: Accountancy. Pat Thompson #69 JR DL USD: Fourth year player will compete for playing time with the defensive line unit at tackle... Last season appeared in all 11 games for the Toreros... Ranked 8th on the team in tackles with 23 (12 solo) to go with 1.5 quarterback sacks... Totaled 5 tackles in road win at Campbell... Credited with 4 tackles in win over Azusa Pacific... In 2007 he appeared in 10 games and totaled 24 tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss... Totaled season-high 7 tackles in win over Marist, and chipped in with 6 tackles at Dayton... Sat out the 2006 season as a redshirt. High School: Prepped at Santa Fe Christian where he played for Coach Brian Sipe... Senior year totaled 68 tackles... Earned First Team All-State, AllCounty and All-League... Team Lineman of the Year... Junior year was All-League and team Lineman of the Year as team went 12-1 and won CIF Championship... Won title in sophomore campaign as well... Also lettered in wrestling, lacrosse (captain), baseball and golf. Personal: Born on March 18, 1988 in La Jolla, CA... Parents are Donald & Anna Lee Tremblay of Solana Beach, CA... Chose USD for all-around great fit for football, academics and location... Earned 2nd Honors Dean’s List... Also recruited by SMU, Fresno State, Navy, UC Davis and Azusa Pacific.

Paul Tremblay #97 JR DL

Major: Business Administration. USD: Second year player, and senior, will compete with the defensive unit at defensive back... Last season appeared in all 11 games for the Toreros... Totaled 14 tackles (12 solo) with 1 pass breakup and 1 quarterback hurry... Three tackles against Marist and Azusa Pacific; 2 solo stops in five contests. College: Played two years at Laney College with team combining for a 19-3 record... Sophomore year named All-Mid Empire Conference. High School: Attended San Leandro HS... Two-time All-Hayward Area Athletic League... Senior year named All-East Bay and team captain... Team went 12-1 and advanced to NCS championship game... Also played four years of tennis. Personal: Born on August 11, 1988 in San Francisco, CA... Parents are Josephine and Anthony Wilson of San Leandro, CA... Chose USD for strong football program and academics... Also recruited by Northern Arizona and Idaho State... Notes he enjoys snowboarding. Chris Wilson #28 SR DB

Major: Business Administration.

Minor: Law and Ethics.

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Bryan Amidon #68 FR OL

Andrew Ayala #92 FR DL

Marion Bactol #49 FR DB

Andrew Bakhtiari #58 FR DL

Robbie Beathard #37 FR DB

Sam Bergen #33 SR DB

Stan Bobowski #39 FR RB

Mike Bogard #22 FR DB

Patrick Bowler #83 FR TE

Quintin Brown #45 FR FB

Mike Calahan #51 JR LB

Zach Caras #43 FR LB

Frank Chavez #96 FR DL

Mickey Crawford #95 FR DL

Ty Culver #4 FR QB

Don Davis #26 FR DB

Ryan Downing #44 FR LB

Zach Dunaj #53 FR LB

Eric Fiege #5 FR WR

Kevin Foley #36 FR DB

Justin Fontenberry #24 JR RB

Steve Gargiulo #90 FR LB

Dustin Geyer #67 FR DL

Bryant Jones #39 FR LB

Bryan Kiernan #63 FR OL


Lawrence Larivee #42 FR LB

Nico Lautmann #91 FR DL

Mike Levine #98 FR K

Zach Lewis #87 JR TE

Kyle Lokanc #89 FR TE

Justin Long #44 SO FB

Austin Lucas #66 FR OL

Noah Lyche #59 FR LB

Zach Michelli #61 JR OL

Brandon Moberg #17 SO DL

Craig Mobley #78 JR OL

Ricardo Oberwager #33 FR RB

Blake Oliaro #38 FR DB

Joey Orfini #84 SO WR

Matt Peleti #65 FR OL

Daniel Perez #70 FR OL

Jeff Quigley #74 FR OL

Austin Rodriguez #41 FR DB

Michael Ruffino #55 FR LB

Mitch Sands #18 FR WR

Tommy Schneiders #64 FR OL

Nick Scudellari #46 FR LB

Sam Scudellari #3 FR QB

Stanley Shurson #31 JR K

Paul Slack #48 FR DB

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Jacob Slouka #15 JR WR

David Smith #76 FR DL

Bo Stompro #6 FR QB

Garrett Taylor #72 FR OL

Troy Terry #80 JR TE

Garrett Trainor #60 FR DL

Jamil Wade #14 FR DB

Hunter Warren #85 FR WR

Kyle Warren #88 FR WR

Weston Yahn #99 FR DL

Frankie Zimmerman #8 FR DB

Murad Tolbert #82 JR WR

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J.D. Blake #13 JR WR

Kevin Wright #24 FR DB

Jake Lawson #34 JR DB

Andrew McKiel #81 FR WR

Matt Juaregui Video Coordinator


TORERO ALL-AMERICA RECOGNITION THE SPORTS NETWORK FCS ALL-AMERICA

2008

John Matthews, WR (1st Team)

2008

2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007

Eric Bakhtiari, DE (1st Team) J.T. Rogan, RS (1st Team) Josh Johnson, QB (3rd Team) Wes Doyle, WR (Hon. Mention) John Matthews, WR (Hon. Mention) Jordan Paopao, OL (Hon. Mention) Gabe DeAnda, OL (Hon. Mention)

2007

Eric Bakhtiari, DE (1st Team)

2007 2007 2006 2006 1996

J.T. Rogan, RS (1st Team) Josh Johnson, QB (3rd Team) Eric Bakhtiari, DE (3rd Team) Josh Johnson, QB (3rd Team) Jeb Dougherty, DB (3rd Team)

THE SPORTS NETWORK FCS MID-MAJOR

ASSOCIATED PRESS

2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2005 2005 2005 2005 2004 2004 2004 2003 2003 2003 2001 1995 1994 1993

Eric Bakhtiari, DE (1st Team) J.T. Rogan, RS (1st Team) Josh Johnson, QB (1st Team) Wes Doyle, WR (1st Team) Jordan Paopao, OL (1st Team) Gabe DeAnda, OL (1st Team) Deene Kabiling, OL (1st Team) John Matthews, WR (2nd Team) Ronnie Pentz, LB (2nd Team) Ben Hannula, DB (2nd Team) Hutch Parker, K (2nd Team Josh Johnson, OB (1st Team) Wes Doyle, WR (1st Team) Gabe DeAnda, OL (1st Team) Jordan Paopao, OL (1st Team) Eric Bakhtiari, DE (1st Team) Josh Brisco, DB (1st Team) Eric Bakhtiari, DE (1st Team) Philip Bretsch, DB (1st Team) Josh Johnson, QB (1st Team) Jordan Paopao, OL (1st Team) Keith Zapalac, OL (1st Team) Todd Mortensen, QB (1st Team) Mike Gasperson, WR (1st Team) Keith Zapalac, OL (1st Team) Evan Harney, RB (1st Team) Adam Hannula, WR (1st Team) Dylan Mora, P (1st Team) Doug Popovich, DB (3rd Team) Doug Popovich, DB (Hon. Mention) Jermaine Rucker, RB (Hon. Mention)

John Matthews, WR (1st Team)

KODAK 1981 Dan Herbert, DB (Div. II) 1973 Robert Dulich, QB (Div. II)

AFCA

2003 Eric Rasmussen, QB 1995 Doug Popovich, DB 1992 Robert Ray, P - Div. III

THE WALTER CAMP ALL-AMERICA FOOTBALL TEAM

2007 Eric Bakhtiari, DE (1st Team)

THE SPORTS NETWORK CUP 2006 National Champions 2005 National Champions

WALTER PAYTON AWARD CANDIDATE 2008 John Matthews, WR, 7th place 2007 Josh Johnson, QB, 3rd place 2006 Josh Johnson, QB, 6th place Buck Buchanan Award Candidate 2007 Eric Bakhtiari, DE, 5th place Eddie Robinson Award Candidate 2007 Ron Caragher, nominee 2006 Jim Harbaugh, 5th place 2005 Jim Harbaugh, 8th place Ted Hendricks Award Finalist 2007 Eric Bakhtiari, DE Draddy Trophy Semifinalist 2008 Patrick O’Neill, DB

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HONOR ROLL Pioneer Football League athletic directors and coaches established the PFL honor roll as a way to recognize the league’s outstanding student-athletes. The academic honor roll consists of student-athletes who participated in football at member institutions during the fall semester and posted a 3.0 grade-point average or higher while enrolled full-time in accordance with NCAA rules.

35 TOREROS NAMED TO 2008 PFL HONOR ROLL The USD football team placed 35 student-athletes on the 2008 Pioneer Football League Academic Honor Roll for the Fall 2008 semester. Repeat honorees are denoted with an asterisk (*).

Joseph Abushawish Joseph Bailey* Kellen Barker Sam Bergen Brock Christensen* John Cooper Spencer Danielson Kevin Dunn* Michael Fetterman* Christian Fetters Edward Fulham*

John G ‘Sell** Dustin Geyer* Christopher Gianelli**** Benjamin Hannula**** Ian Harper Christian Inzunza Matt Jelmini John Matthews*** Kyle Negrete Patrick O’Neill*** Ricardo Oberwager

Derek Pilkington Alex Rice*** James Rogan* Chad Rusinkovich* Mitchell Ryan Albert Samaha* Paul Slack Conrad Smith* Kyle Sullivan* Averill Sutchar**

Joshua Sutchar Sebastian Trujillo Kyle Warren

2008 TORERO ACADEMIC SUCCESS The USD football team had five players named to the 2008 Pioneer Football League All-Academic Teams. Led by senior defensive lineman Christopher Gianelli ( Palos Verdes, CA), who was also named District VIII ESPN The Magazine First Team Academic All-American, the Toreros placed three on the PFL First Team. Gianelli, the team’s 2008 Most Valuable Defensive Player, carried a 3.57 grade-point average in his major of Electrical Engineering. Additionally, he was the school’s scholar-athlete pick for the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame.

Chris Gianelli

Joining Gianelli on the PFL All-Academic First Team was senior wide receiver Ben Hannula (Tacoma, WA), who tallied a 3.51 GPA in Business Administration; and senior safety Patrick O’Neill (Mission Viejo, CA), who garnered a 3.82 GPA in Business and Marketing. USD had two players named to the PFL All-Academic 2nd Team – senior receiver John Matthews (Littleton, CO) who carried a 3.07 GPA as a Business Administration major; and junior offensive lineman Conrad Smith (Long Beach, CA), who carried a 3.11 GPA as a Business Administration major. O’Neill, a three-time USD Scholar-Athlete of the Year winner, was one of 43 winners of the 11th annual Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Team. There were 79 total nominees and the winners were announced at the FCS football championship game in Chattanooga, Tennessee. O’Neill was also one of 164 semifinalists for the 2008 Draddy Trophy, and was a candidate for the 2008 National Football Foundation National Scholar-Athlete Awards.

Patrick O'Neill

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A total of thirty-five Toreros earned grade-point averages of 3.0 or better and were named to the Pioneer Football League Honor Roll.


PFL Commissioner: Administrative Assistant: Office Phone: Media Relations Contact: Bush’s Phone: Bush's Email: Office Fax: PFL Website:

Patty Viverito Maxine Day (314) 421-2268 Cody Bush (931) 221-7561 BushC@apsu.edu (931) 221-7562 pioneer-football.org

The 2009 season marks the 17th year for the Pioneer Football League – the nation’s only non-scholarship NCAA Football Championship Subdivision conference. The league will expand to 10 members in 2009 as Marist College begins conference play. In addition, the Pioneer Football League will participate for the third consecutive year in the Gridiron Classic, a postseason championship game which pits the PFL champion against the Northeast Conference champion. The PFL is one of only two conferences that sponsor football as its only sport (the Missouri Valley Football Conference being the other). However, the PFL is a truly national conference with members on each coast and throughout the nation’s heartland. The league still retains four of its charter members – Butler University, the University of Dayton, Drake University and Valparaiso University, plus the University of San Diego (joining in 1992) – which were joined in 2001 by Davidson College, Jacksonville University and Morehead State University. Campbell University joined the PFL in 2008, its first season of intercollegiate football. In January 1991 the NCAA passed legislation to require Division I institutions to sponsor all intercollegiate sports at the Division I level. The five charter members (Evansville the fifth before dropping football in 1997), each dedicated to the enhancement and sound management of intercollegiate football as an integral part of the student-athletes’ collegiate experience, joined together to form the Pioneer Football League. From the league’s inception it has been a proponent of the creation of a non-scholarship football classification within Division I and adopted the moniker of Pioneer based on the intent to become the first league in that new division. The PFL is comprised of NCAA Division I universities that previously sponsored intercollegiate football at other levels with the exception of Jacksonville, which started a non-scholarship program in 1998. All are currently committed to the non-scholarship football model. The PFL began play in 1993 with Dayton winning the league’s first crown. The league spent its first season in 1993 under the administrative guidance of the Midwestern Collegiate Conference, and the office moved to St. Louis in 1994 when current commissioner Patty Viverito was named the PFL commissioner, a leadership position she continues to fill.

‘08 SECOND-TEAM ALL-PFL

‘08 PFL ALL-ACADEMIC

OFFENSE John Matthews, WR, San Diego Steve Valentino, WR, Dayton Mitch Ryan, TE, San Diego Sebastian Trujillo, QB, San Diego Steve Platek, FB, Drake Rudell Small, RB, Jacksonville Eric Fitzpatrick, RB, Morehead State Mike Aguliar, OL, Jacksonville Deene Kabiling, OL, San Diego Will Nolte, OL, Davidson Nick Schoenfeld, OL, Morehead State Ryan Kozey, OL, Valparaiso

OFFENSE Geavon Tribble, WR, Jacksonville Dan Bohrer, WR, Butler Derrick Burks, TE, Morehead State Rob Florian, QB, Dayton Mozale McHenry, FB, Valparaiso Phil Morelli, RB, San Diego Ross Weimer, RB, Valparaiso Patrick McCormick, OL, Dayton Chris Tessitore, OL, Jacksonville Ryan Pollock, OL, Dayton Quinn McVey, OL, Drake Conrad Smith, OL, San Diego

SAN DIEGO FIRST TEAM

DEFENSE Scott Vossler, DL, Dayton Derik Steiner, DL, Morehead State Grant Hunter, DL, Butler Kalen Hemmelgarn, DL, Dayton Wes McDermott, LB, Morehead State Cole Douglas, LB, Drake Joe Ries, LB, Dayton MIlton Brown, LB, Campbell Derek Martin, LB, San Diego Gabe Derricks, DB, San Diego Steve McDonald, DB, Dayton David Hyland, DB, Morehead State Tremaine Mack, DB, Jacksonville

DEFENSE Chris Gianelli, DL, San Diego Dain Taylor, DL, Drake Will Funderburg, DL, Davidson Sean Heenan, DL, Dayton Andrew Doane, DL, Morehead State Joseph Fennell, LB, Jacksonville Ryan Koepke, LB, Valparaiso Tyler Lemons, LB, Davidson Mike Bennett, LB, Butler Andy Green, DB, Drake Al-Rilwan Adeyemi, DB, San Diego Robson Noel, DB, Jacksonville Corey Vossler, DB, Dayton

SPECIAL TEAMS Logan Rees, PK, Drake Mason Webb, PK, Morehead State Mason Webb, K, Morehead State Elliott Finkley, RS, Jacksonville

SPECIAL TEAMS Jordan Quiroz, PK, Butler Brandon Wubs, P, Drake John Popper, RS, Valparaiso

' 08 FIRST-TEAM ALL-PFL

OFFENSE Ben Hannula, WR, Business, 3.51 GPA DEFENSE Chris Gianelli, DL, Engineering, 3.57 GPA Patrick O’Neill, DB, Business, 3.82 GPA SAN DIEGO SECOND TEAM OFFENSE John Matthews, WR, Business, 3.07 GPA Conrad Smith, OL, Business, 3.11 GPA

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AZUSA PACIFIC GENERAL INFORMATION Location:....................................Azusa, Calif. Enrollment:........................................... 4,200 Nickname:........................................ Cougars Affiliation: ...........................................NAIA Conference: . ........................... Independent Stadium:................... Cougar Field (2,000) Athletics Director:.......................Bill Odell MEDIA INFORMATION SID:...............................................Gary Pine Office:.....................................626/815-5085 Email: . ................................ gpine@apu.edu WEB: ............................... apu.edu/athletics FAX:........................................626/815-5084 Press Box:........... (626) 815-6000, ext. 3546 COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach:.................... Victor Santa Cruz Alma Mater:.................................Hawaii, '95 Record At School:................11-20 (2 years) Office:................ 626/812-6000, ext. 3292 Lettermen Returning:................................26 Starters Ret:................9 (4 off./4 def./1 st.) 2008 Record:............................................ 2-8 Series Record vs. USD:.............21-20, APU 2009 SCHEDULE 8/28....................................Carroll (Mont.) 9/5............................ @ SAN DIEGO 9/12...................@ Wisconsin-LA Crosse 9/19.......................@ Central Washington 9/26................... Wisconsin-Stevens Point 10/3...................................Humboldt State 10/10..............................Southern Oregon 10/17.................................... @ Dixie State 10/24................................Western Oregon 10/31............................................@ Trinity 11/14............................................ Langston 2008 RESULTS Carroll (Mont.)........................L......... 22-41 @ SAN DIEGO ...............L....... 10-38 @ West Texas A&M..............L......... 13-75 Wisconsin-LA Crosse............W....... 13-10 @ Wisconsin-Stevens Point L......... 9-10 @ Humboldt State.................L......... 17-24 @ Southern Oregon..............L......... 14-16 Dixie State...............................L......... 23-30 Central Washington...............L......... 6-36 East Texas Baptist..................W....... 33-21

Head Coach Victor Santa Cruz

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NO. COLORADO GENERAL INFORMATION Location:...................................Greely, Colo. Enrollment:......................................... 10,799 Nickname:............................................. Bears Affiliation: NCAA Football Championship ..................................................... Subdivision Conference: . .....................................Big Sky Stadium:........................... Nottingham Field Athletics Director:................... Jay Hinrichs MEDIA INFORMATION SID:...................................Heather Kennedy Office:.....................................970/351-2534 Email: . ...........heather.kennedy@unco.edu WEB: ......................................uncbears.com FAX:........................................970/351-1995 Press Box:...............................970/351-1995 COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach:......................... Scott Downing Alma Mater:.................Sterling College, ‘79 Record At School:.................. 3-31 (4 years) Office:.....................................970/351-2534 Lettermen Returning:................................40 Starters Ret:...................................................6 2008 Record:........................................... 1-10 Series Record vs. USD:................. 1-0, USD 2009 SCHEDULE 9/5...............................................@ Kansas 9/12...............................SAN DIEGO 9/19......................@ Eastern Washington 9/26..................................... Montana State 10/3......................... @ Northern Arizona 10/10....................................Portland State 10/17................................... @ Idaho State 10/24........................................Weber State 10/31.................................... South Dakota 11/7................................ Sacramento State 2008 RESULTS @ Purdue................................L......... 10-42 Texas State .............................L......... 35-38 Northern Arizona..................L......... 22-25 @ UC Davis............................L......... 30-34 Idaho State..............................W....... 29-9 @ Weber State........................L......... 10-17 Montana...................................L......... 20-41 @ Montana State....................L......... 7-20 Eastern Washington...............L......... 16-31 @ Sacramento State...............L......... 25-45 @ Portland State....................L......... 21-24

Head Coach Scott Downing

MARIST GENERAL INFORMATION Location:................................Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Enrollment:................................................... 4,256 Nickname:............................................ Red Foxes Affiliation: ...... NCAA Football Championship .............................................................Subdivision Conference: . ............... MAAC Football League Stadium:.........................Leonidoff Field (5,000) Athletics Director:........................... Tim Murray MEDIA INFORMATION SID:...................................................Mike Ferraro Office:.......................... 845/575-3699, ext. 2150 Email: . ................Michael.j.ferraro@Marist.edu WEB: ..........................................goredfoxes.com FAX:................................................845/471-0466 Press Box:.....................................(845) 575-3155 COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach:.........................................Jim Parady Alma Mater:..........................................Maine, '84 Record At School:....................85-77-1/16 years Office:.......................... 845/575-3699, ext. 2046 Lettermen Returning:.................................79/26 Starters Ret:.............................18 (8 off., 10 def.) 2008 Record:.....................................................3-7 Series Record vs. USD:.........................4-0, USD 2009 SCHEDULE 9/5............................................@ Sacred Heart 9/12...........................................................Drake 9/19................................ @ SAN DIEGO 9/26................................................. @ Bucknell 10/3.....................................................Campbell 10/10............................................... Jacksonville 10/24...................................@ Morehead State 10/31..................................................Valparaiso 11/7................................................Georgetown 11/14............................................. @ Davidson 11/21................................................. @ Dayton 2008 RESULTS @ SAN DIEGO....................L......... 22-40 Lafayette...................................... L..............6-28 @ Saint Francis (Pa.)................. W.......... 30-22 Wagner......................................... L........... 14-21 Sacred Heart................................ L........... 16-28 Bucknell....................................... L........... 17-21 Bryant........................................... W.............34-7 Iona.............................................. W.............28-7 @Fordham.................................. L........... 21-45 @Georgetown............................ L........... 12-13 @ Davidson................................ W.......... 24-19

Head Coach Jim Parady

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BUTLER

VALPARAISO

DRAKE

GENERAL INFORMATION Location:..............................Indianapolis, Ind. Enrollment:.............................................. 4,200 Nickname:.......................................... Bulldogs Affiliation: NCAA Football Championship ........................................................ Subdivision Conference: . ..........Pioneer Football League Stadium:........................... Butler Bowl (2,500) Athletics Director:..................... Barry Collier

GENERAL INFORMATION Location:.................................Valparaiso, Ind. Enrollment:..............................................3,980 Nickname:........................................Crusaders Affiliation: NCAA Football Championship ........................................................Subdivision Conference: . ......... Pioneer Football League Stadium:..........................Brown Field (5,000) Athletics Director:...............Mark LaBarbera

GENERAL INFORMATION Location:..................................Des Moines, Iowa Enrollment:................................................... 5,668 Nickname:............................................... Bulldogs Affiliation: ...... NCAA Football Championship .............................................................Subdivision Conference: . ...............Pioneer Football League Stadium:.........................Drake Stadium (14,557) Athletics Director:...........Sandy Hatfield Clubb

MEDIA INFORMATION SID:............................................. Jim McGrath Office:........................................317/940-9414 Email: . ......................... jmcgrath@butler.edu WEB: ...................................butlersports.com FAX:..........................................317/940/9414 Press Box:.................................317/940/9817

MEDIA INFORMATION SID:....................................Ryan Wronkowicz Office:....................................... 219/464-5232 Email: . ...........ryan.wronkowicz@valpo.edu WEB: ...............................valpo.edu/athletics FAX:.......................................... 219/464-6953 Press Box:................................. 219/464-5232

MEDIA INFORMATION SID:...................................................Mike Mahon Office:.............................................515/271-3012 Email: . .......................mike.mahone@drake.edu WEB: ...................................... drakebulldogs.org FAX:................................................515/271-3015 Press Box:............................515/271-3729/3794

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach:......................................Jeff Voris Alma Mater:................................. DePauw, '89 Record At School:...................13-20 (3 years) Office:........................................317/940-9375 Lettermen Returning:...................................37 Starters Ret:..................16 (7 off./8 def./1 st) 2008 Record:................................................ 6-5 Series Record vs. USD:..................12-4, USD

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach:................................Stacy Adams Alma Mater:............. NW Missouri State, '90 Record At School:..............14-30 (4 seasons) Office:....................................... 219/464-5513 Lettermen Returning:..................................34 Starters Ret:..........................10 (5 off./5 def.) 2008 Record:................................................3-8 Series Record vs. USD:................. 11-5, USD

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach:............................... Chris Creighton Alma Mater:.......................................Kenton, ‘91 Record At School:..............................6-5 (1 year) Office:.............................................515/271-2104 Lettermen Returning:....................................... 35 Starters Ret:..................... 15 (7 off./7 def./1 st.) 2008 Record:.....................................................6-5 Series Record vs. USD:.........................9-7, USD

2009 SCHEDULE 9/5........................................................Albion 9/12..............................................@ Franklin 9/19.................................................. Hanover 9/26.................................@ Morehead State 10/3................................. SAN DIEGO 10/17..............................................Valparaiso 10/24..........................................@ Campbell 10/31...............................................Davidson 11/7............................................... @ Dayton 11/14......................................@ Jacksonville 11/21.....................................................Drake

2009 SCHEDULE 9/5......................................@ Saint Joseph’s 9/12............................ @ Concordia (Wisc.) 9/26................................................. Carthage 10/3.................................................@ Drake 10/10................................SAN DIEGO 10/17............................................... @ Butler 10/24..................................................Dayton 10/31...............................................@ Marist 11/7....................................... @ Jacksonville 11/14.............................................. Campbell 11/21....................................Morehead State

2009 SCHEDULE 9/5.................................................. Grand View 9/12..................................................... @ Marist 9/19........................................@ South Dakota 10/3.............................................. @ Valparaiso 10/10...........................................Missouri S&T 10/17............................... @ SAN DIEGO 10/24............................................. @ Davidson 10/31............................................... Jacksonville 11/7.....................................................Campbell 11/14.......................................................Dayton 11/21....................................................@ Butler

2008 RESULTS @ Albion................... W......................... 20-6 Franklin...................... L........................ 28-31 @ Missouri S&T...... W....................... 41-15 Drake.......................... W....................... 21-15 @ Campbell.............. W......................... 56-7 @ Valparaiso............. W....................... 48-21 Morehead State......... W....................... 31-21 Jacksonville................ L.......................... 9-45 Dayton....................... L.............. 21-28 (OT) SAN DIEGO......... L.................... 17-34 @ Davidson.............. L........................ 34-46

Head Coach Jeff Voris

2008 RESULTS @ Saint Francis (Ill.)...... L.................... 0-21 Concordia (Wisc.)..........W.................. 34-10 Marian (Ind.)................... L.................. 10-13 @ SAN DIEGO......... L................ 14-42 Davidson........................W.................. 35-29 Butler................................ L.................. 21-48 @ Dayton........................ L.................... 7-43 @ Morehead State......... L.................. 10-44 Jacksonville...................... L.................. 24-40 @ Campbell...................W.................. 47-14 Drake................................ L.................... 0-32

Head Coach Stacy Adams

2008 RESULTS Upper Iowa................................. W.......... 17-13 @ Lehigh..................................... L..............0-19 William Penn............................... W.............36-0 SAN DIEGO.........................L..........17-43 @ Butler...................................... L........... 15-21 @ Dayton.................................... L..............9-27 Campbell...................................... W.............45-0 Davidson..................................... W.......... 20-17 Morehead State........................... W.......... 19-15 @ Jacksonville............................ L..............9-41 @ Valparaiso............................... W.............32-0

Head Coach Chris Creighton

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JACKSONVILLE

DAYTON

GENERAL INFORMATION Location:.................................... Jacksonville, Fla. Enrollment:................................................... 3,436 Nickname:..............................................Dolphins Affiliation: ...... NCAA Football Championship .............................................................Subdivision Conference: . ...............Pioneer Football League Stadium:........................ D.B. Milne Field (5,000) Athletics Director:...................... Alan Verlander

GENERAL INFORMATION Location:...................................Dayton, Ohio Enrollment:.............................................7,700 Nickname:..............................................Flyers Affiliation: NCAA Football Championship .......................................................Subdivision Conference:...........Pioneer Football League Stadium:............................ Welcome (11,000) Athletics Director:..................... Tim Wabler

GENERAL INFORMATION Location:.................................. Davidson, N.C. Enrollment:...............................................1,800 Nickname:........................................... Wildcats Affiliation: ..NCAA Football Championship .........................................................Subdivision Conference: . .......... Pioneer Football League Stadium:............. Richardson Stadium (4,500) Athletics Director:....................... Jim Murphy

MEDIA INFORMATION SID:........................................................Joel Lamp Office:.............................................904/256-7409 Email: . ...........................................jlamp@ju.edu WEB: ......................................... judolphons.com FAX:................................................904/256-7424 Press Box:.......................................904/256-7588

MEDIA INFORMATION SID:......................................Doug Hauschild Office:......................................937/229-4390 Email: . .............................. sid@udayton.edu WEB: ................................. daytonflyers.com FAX:.........................................937/229-4461 Press Box:................................937/449-2851

MEDIA INFORMATION SID:...............................................Marc Gignac Office:........................................ 704/894-2123 Email: . ..................... mgignac@davidson.edu WEB: ..........................davidson.edu/athletics FAX:........................................... 704/894-2636 Press Box:.................................. 704/892-3324

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach:.......................................Kerwin Bell Alma Mater:........................................Florida, '87 Record At School:................... 12-12 (2 seasons) Office:.............................................904/256-7400 Lettermen Returning:....................................... 53 Starters Ret:..................... 20 (7 off./9 def./4 st.) 2008 Record:.....................................................9-3 Series Record vs. USD:.........................3-1, USD

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach:....................... Rick Chamberlin Alma Mater:.................................Dayton, '80 Record At School:....................... 9-3 (1 year) Office:......................................637/229-4423 Lettermen Returning:.................................42 Starters Ret:................12 (4 off/8 def., 0 st.) 2008 Record:.............................................. 9-3 Series Record vs. USD:.................. 11-4, UD

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach:................................Tripp Merritt Alma Mater:.....................UNC Charlotte, '90 Record At School:....................20-21 (4 years) Office:........................................ 704/894-2378 Lettermen Returning:................................... 41 Starters Ret:...........................11 (5 off./6 def.) 2008 Record:.................................................4-7 Series Record vs. USD:.....................5-1, USD

2009 SCHEDULE 9/5.....................................................@ Webber 9/12................................................. @ Samford 9/19........................................... Old Dominion 10/3.....................................................Davidson 10/10................................................... @ Marist 10/17........................................ Morehead State 10/24.............................. @ SAN DIEGO 10/31....................................................@ Drake 11/7....................................................Valparaiso 11/14.........................................................Butler 11/21..............................................@ Campbell

2009 SCHEDULE 9/12...................................................Urbana 9/19.......................................Robert Morris 9/26.............................................. Duquesne 10/3............................... @ Morehead State 10/10........................................@ Campbell 10/17.............................................Davidson 10/24...................................... @ Valparaiso 10/31...............................SAN DIEGO 11/7..................................................... Butler 11/14..............................................@ Drake 11/21...................................................Marist

2009 SCHEDULE 9/5...................................................... @ Elon 9/12.......................................... Lenior-Rhyne 9/19................................................. Campbell 10/3........................................ @ Jacksonville 10/10.....................................Morehead State 10/17..............................................@ Dayton 10/24......................................................Drake 10/31................................................ @ Butler 11/7.............................. @ SAN DIEGO 11/14..................................................... Marist

2008 RESULTS @ Savannah State....................... W.............20-7 @ Appalachian State................. L..............7-56 @ UNC-Pembroke.................... W.............52-0 @ Davidson................................ L........... 21-22 Webber (HC)............................... W.............51-7 @ Morehead State..................... W.............40-9 @ SAN DIEGO....................W........ 30-29 @ Butler...................................... W.............45-9 @ Valparaiso............................... W.......... 40-24 Drake............................................ W.............41-9 Dayton......................................... W.......... 19-14 @ Albany..................................... L..............0-25

2008 RESULTS @ Central State..............W................. 31-12 Fordham.........................W................. 23-20 Robert Morris................W................. 31-14 @ Duquesne..................L................... 16-24 Campbell.........................W................... 42-0 @ Davidson...................W................... 27-9 Davidson........................W................. 41-22 Valparaiso.......................W................... 43-7 @ SAN DIEGO........ W.............. 30-22 @ Butler.........................W................. 28-21 Morehead State..............L................... 13-14 @ Jacksonville...............L................... 14-19

2008 RESULTS @ UNC Pembroke................ L..............9-21 @ Lenior-Rhyne..................... W.......... 20-16 Jacksonville.............................. W.......... 38-35 @ Morehead State................. L........... 13-26 @ Valparaiso........................... L 29-35 (OT) Dayton..................................... L........... 22-41 @ Drake.................................. L........... 17-20 @ Campbell............................ W.............49-0 SAN DIEGO..................... L......... 24-28 Marist....................................... L........... 19-24 Butler........................................ W.......... 46-34

Head Coach Kerwin Bell

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Head Coach Rick Chamberlin

DAVIDSON

Head Coach Tripp Merritt


MOREHEAD STATE

SOUTHERN UTAH

GRIDIRON CLASSIC

GENERAL INFORMATION Location:........................................Morehead, Ky. Enrollment:................................................... 9,066 Nickname:................................................... Eagles Affiliation: ...... NCAA Football Championship .............................................................Subdivision Conference: . ...............Pioneer Football League Stadium:..........................................Jayne (10,000) Athletics Director:.................Brian Hutchinson

GENERAL INFORMATION Location:.................................... Cedar City, Utah Enrollment:................................................... 7,529 Nickname:...................................... Thunderbirds Affiliation: ...... NCAA Football Championship .............................................................Subdivision Conference: . ......................................Great West Stadium:........................ Eccles Coliseum (8,500) Athletics Director:............................Ken Beazer

MEDIA INFORMATION SID:.................................................Matt Schabert Office:.............................................606/783-2556 Email: . ...........m.schabert@moreheadstate.edu WEB: ........................................... msueagles.com FAX:...............................................606/783/2088 Press Box:....................................................... TBA

MEDIA INFORMATION SID:..................................................Neil Gardner Office:.............................................435/586-7753 Email: . .................................... gardner@suu.edu WEB: ........................................... msueagles.com FAX:................................................435/865-8037 Press Box:.......................................435/586-5447

Entering its fourth season, the Gridiron Classic matches the champions of the Pioneer Football League and Northeast Conference in an exempted postseason football contest. The inaugural Gridiron Classic took place Dec. 2, 2006 with PFL Champion San Diego traveling to NEC Champion Monmouth, San Diego posting a 27-7 victory in front of a national television audience.

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach:......................................Matt Ballard Alma Mater:.......................... Gardner-Webb, '79 Record At School:......................87-76 (15 years) Office:.............................................606/783-2020 Lettermen Returning:....................................... 36 Starters Ret:......................16 (7 off./9 def., 0 st.) 2008 Record:.....................................................6-6 Series Record vs. USD:.........................5-0, USD

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach:...........................................Ed Lamb Alma Mater:............................................BYU, '86 Record At School:..............................4-7 (1 year) Office:.............................................435/586-5470 Lettermen Returning:....................................... 39 Starters Ret:......................15 (7 off./7 def., 1 st.) 2008 Record:.....................................................4-7 Series Record vs. USD:..................First Meeting

2009 SCHEDULE 9/5........................................ Southern Virginia 9/12.....................................@ St. Francis (Pa.) 9/19....................... @ North Carolina Central 9/26...........................................................Butler 10/3.........................................................Dayton 10/10............................................. @ Davidson 10/17..........................................@ Jacksonville 10/24.........................................................Marist 10/31..............................................@ Campbell 11/14....................................SAN DIEGO 11/21............................................ @ Valparaiso

2009 SCHEDULE 9/3.................................................... Dixie State 9/12.................................... @ San Diego State 9/19................................ @ Northern Arizona 9/26..............................................@ Utah State 10/3..................................................Texas State 10/17................................................@ Cal Poly 10/24...........................................North Dakota 10/31.................................................. UC Davis 11/7........................................@ South Dakota 11/14................................Eastern Washington 11/21............................... @ SAN DIEGO

2008 RESULTS Southern Virginia....................... W.............49-6 @ Robert Morris........................ L........... 13-27 @ Eastern Kentucky................. L..............8-16 St. Francis (Pa.)........................... W.......... 36-21 Davidson..................................... W.......... 26-13 @ SAN DIEGO....................L..........17-41 Jacksonville.................................. L..............9-40 @ Butler...................................... L........... 21-31 Valparaiso.................................... W.......... 44-10 @ Drake...................................... L........... 15-19 @ Dayton.................................... W.......... 14-13 Campbell...................................... W.............42-7

2008 RESULTS @ Air Force................................ L..............7-41 Adams State................................ W.......... 38-10 @ Montana................................. L........... 10-46 Northern Arizona...................... L........... 14-19 @ Texas State............................. W.......... 34-20 Youngstown State...................... W.............14-7 @ UC Davis................................ L........... 26-49 @ Cal Poly................................... L........... 41-69 @ North Dakota........................ W.......... 15-14 South Dakota.............................. L........... 20-42 Northern Iowa............................ L........... 24-34

Head Coach Matt Ballard

Head Coach Ed Lamb

About the Pioneer Football League The 2009 season marks the 17th year for the Pioneer Football League – the nation’s only non-scholarship NCAA Football Championship Subdivision conference. The PFL is one of only two conferences that sponsor football as its only sport (the Missouri Valley Football Conference being the other). However, the PFL is a truly national conference with members on each coast and throughout the nation’s heartland. The league still retains four of its charter members – Butler University, the University of Dayton, Drake University and Valparaiso University, plus the University of San Diego (joining in 1992) – which were joined in 2001 by Davidson College, Jacksonville University and Morehead State University. The league expanded to nine members in 2008 with Campbell University joining the league’s ranks in its first season of intercollegiate football. The PFL expands again in 2009 as Marist College begins conference play. About the Northeast Conference The Northeast Conference consists of 12 institutions located throughout five states and is celebrating its 27th year as an NCAA Division I collegiate athletic association. The NEC began sponsoring football at the I-AA level in 1996, and has since increased its membership from five to eight institutions. Central Connecticut State, Monmouth, Robert Morris, Sacred Heart, St. Francis (Penn.) and Wagner are full-time NEC members who sponsor football, and they are joined by associate members Albany and 2008-addition Duquesne. Previous Gridiron Classic Results Season Result 2006 USD def. Monmouth 27-0 2007 Dayton def. Albany 42-21 2008 Albany def. Jacksonville 28-0 2009 Dec. 5 @ PFL Champion Site

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RESULTS & ATTENDANCE (Final Record 9-2-0; 6-2-0 PFL) Aug. 29 Marist 40-22 Sept. 6 Azusa Pacific 38-10 *Sept 20 @ Campbell 43-7 *Sept 27 @ Drake 43-17 *Oct 4 Valparaiso 42-14 *Oct 11 Morehead State 41-17 Oct 25 @ Jacksonville 29-30 *Nov 1 Dayton 22-30 *Nov 8 @ Davidson 28-24 *Nov 15 Butler 34-17 Nov 22 UC Davis 28-20 *denotes PFL contest

PASSING Trujillo Hannula Matthews Team USD OPP

W W W W W W L L W W W

TEAM STATISTICS USD OPP SCORING 388 208 Points Per Game 35.3 18.9 TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 227 204 By Rushing 87 89 By Passing 124 102 By Penalty 16 13 3rd Down: Made/Att. 72/145 51/140 4th Down: Made/Att. 13/21 7/19 TOTAL OFFENSIVE YARDAGE 4459 3544 Total Offensive Plays 727 704 Ave. Gain Per Play 6.1 5.0 NET YARDS RUSHING 1499 1242 NET YARDS PASSING 2960 2302 Att-Comp-Int 243-365-9 195-361-15 Percentage Complete 66.7 54.0 PUNTS/AVERAGE 31/39.5 49/34.4 PUNT RETURNS/AVERAGE 28/11.1 13/7.7 KICKOFF RET./AVERAGE 40/23.9 60/18.6 INTERCEPTIONS/RET. AVE. 15/276 9/144 PENALTIES/YARDS 56/466 64/532 FUMBLES/LOST 17/10 10/8 TOUCHDOWNS 54 24 By Rushing 13 8 By Passing 37 15 By Return 4 1 PAT-ATTEMPTS 43-52 22-24 FIELD GOALS MADE-ATT 5-13 14-16 SAFETY 0 0 TOTAL POINTS 388 208 RUSHING Morelli Jelmini Marquis Rogan Wright Trujillo Coppedge Hannula Matthews Atofau Negrete Rusinkovich Chavez Team USD

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ATT 179 89 20 3 3 39 7 4 7 2 1 1 2 5 362

YG 786 573 62 46 35 107 16 16 20 6 5 0 0 0 1672

YL 29 25 3 0 0 74 0 3 12 0 0 0 4 23 173

NYG 757 548 59 46 35 33 16 13 8 6 5 0 -4 -23 1499

AVE. 4.2 6.2 3.0 15.3 11.7 .8 2.3 3.2 1.1 3.0 5.0 0.0 -2.0 -4.6 4.1

Note: Returning Players In Bold

TD 7 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 13

LG 27 87 8 37 14 29 6 7 7 5 5 0 0 0 87

ATT 358 4 1 2 365 361

COMP 239 4 0 0 243 195

INT 9 0 0 0 9 15

PCT 66.8 100 0.00 0.00 66.6 54.0

YDS 2822 138 0 0 2960 2302

TD 35 2 0 0 37 15

RECEIVING Matthews Hannula Morelli Smith Ryan McGough Wright Doyle Rusinkovich Rogan Jelmini Atofau USD OPP

NO 102 48 25 24 14 14 6 5 2 1 1 1 243 195

YDS 1478 515 180 231 192 177 51 74 16 29 9 8 2960 2302

AVE. 14.5 10.7 7.2 9.6 13.7 12.6 8.5 14.8 8.0 29.0 9.0 8.0 12.2 11.8

TD 21 6 1 2 3 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 37 15

LG 52 37 17 37 35 46 18 31 8 29 9 8 52 59

PUNT RETURNS Rusinkovich Wright Hannula Adeyemi Kanongataa Morelli USD OPP KICKOFF RET. Wright Jelmini Sullivan Doyle Marquis Rogan Matthews Team USD OPP PUNTING Negrete McSorley Team USD OPP

NO 16 8 2 1 1 0 28 13

YDS 114 152 14 11 21 0 312 100

AVE. 7.1 19.0 7.0 11.0 21.0 0.0 11.1 7.7

TD 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

LG 17 47 13 11 0 0 47 27

NO 30 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 40 60 NO 27 3 1 31 49

YDS 740 105 22 13 18 36 22 0 956 1118

AVE. 24.7 26.2 22.0 13.0 18.0 36.0 22.0 0.0 23.9 18.6

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

LG 59 51 22 13 18 36 22 0 59 98

YDS 1108 113 2 1223 1688

AVE. 41.0 37.7 2.0 39.5 34.4

LG 62 52 2 62 49

BK 1 0 0 1 2

SCORING Matthews Morelli Hannula Cullen McSorley Ryan McGough Coppedge Adeyemi Smith Jelmini Trujillo Roseman Atofau Rogan Doyle USD OPP

TD 21 9 6 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 54 24

FG 2-7 3-6 5-13 14-16

1XP 27-33 16-19 43-52 22-24

2XP 1-1 1-1 0-0

DXP 1 1-1 2 0

S 1 0

LG 52 0 0 0 52 59

TOT 126 54 36 33 25 18 14 12 12 12 12 8 6 6 6 6 388 208


DEFENSE

GP

11 7 11 11 11 7 11 11 7 11 7 10 10 8 11 10 11 9 10 10 6 10 10 11 11 8 1 6 7 9 4 1 9 2 3 11 11 11 11 11 11 6 6 11 9 10 1 1 10 33 6

34 40 39 30 28 23 14 12 16 12 10 10 17 9 15 10 12 8 8 10 10 8 6 3 6 7 4 5 1 4 5 3 1 3 0 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1

TOTALS

11

462 374

Marten, D. Kanongataa, L. Adeyemi, A. Derricks, G. Echer, R. Pilkingto, D. Dunn, K. Tremblay, P. Obi, F. Negrete, K. Strickland, J. Gianelli, G. O'Neill, P. Sutchar, J. Juarez, D. G'Sell, J. Wilson, C. Hamideh, Z. Staab. J. Roseman, S. Kurn, M. Cornsweet, D. Rice, A. Marquis, B. Bailey, J. Becerra, N. Fontenberry, J. Sutchar, A. Segi, M. Martin, J. Barker, K. Sinclair, J. Long, J. Danielson, S. Thorne, B. Smith, G. McGough, J. Cullen, J. Trujillo, S. Morelli, P. Jelmini, M. Team Ryan, M. Atofau, V. Sullivan, K. Rusinkovich, C. Chavez, F. Samaha, A. McCrady, A. Bergen, S. Orfini, J.

UT AT

19 12 8 12 9 6 12 11 5 8 10 10 3 9 1 5 2 5 5 3 2 4 5 7 4 3 4 1 5 1 0 2 3 0 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0

TOT

SACKS

TFL/-YDS

QH FF

FR

BK PD I

53 52 47 42 37 29 26 23 21 20 20 20 20 18 16 15 14 13 13 13 12 12 11 10 10 10 8 6 6 5 5 5 4 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1/-7 2/-15 0 0 0 0 1.5/-7 1.5/-11 0 0 3.5/-18 0 0 3.5/-19 1.0/-7 3.0/-17 0 0 0 1.0/-7 1.0/-4 0 1.0/-2 0 0 0 0 1.0/-3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.5/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.5/-4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4/-10 8/-33 1.0/-3 0 2.0/-5 0 2.5/-9 1.5/-11 0 1.0/-4 4.5/-22 1.0/-3 1.0/-4 3.5/-19 1.0/-7 3.0/-17 0 2.5/-5 0 1.0/-7 1.0/-4 1.0/-1 1.5/-3 0 0 0 0 1.0/-3 0 0 1.0/-5 1.0/-1 0 0 0.5/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.5/-4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

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

0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 3 6 6 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2-11 1-15 5-94 1-5 1-38 2-2 0 0 0 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-70 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

836

32/-175

63/-255

19

12

8

3

33 16

G/GS = Games Played/Games Started; UT = Unassisted Tackle; AT = Assisted Tackle; TOT = Total Tackles; SACKS = Quarterback Sack; TFL = Tackles For Loss; QH = Quarterback Hurry; FF = Forced Fumble; FR = Fumble Recovery; BK = Blocked Kick; PD = Pass Deflection; I = Interception. Note: Returning players highlighted in bold.

2008 AWARD WINNERS Most Valuable Player -- John Matthews Defensive Most Valuable Player -- Chris Gianelli Offensive Most Valuable Player -- Sebastian Trujillo Kevin Briscoe Special Teams Player of the Year -- Joe Staab Dr. James B. Orwig Scholar Athlete Award -- Patrick O’Neill Most Improved Player -- John McGough Strength Coaches Award -- Mitch Ryan Scout MVP -- Kyle Warren, Joey Bailey Most Outstanding First Year Player -- Al-Rilwan Adeyemi Dave Adolf "Do You Love Football" Award - Conrad Smith, Ryan Echer

2008 PFL PLAYERS OF WEEK OFFENSE Sebastian Trujillo (9/1) John Matthews (9-7, 11/23) Phil Morelli (9/21) DEFENSE Al-Rilwan Adeyemi (11/2) SPECIAL TEAMS James Cullen (9/21)

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The Chet and Marguerite Pagni Family Athletic Hall of Fame Three of the 24 USD inductees to the Chet and Marguerite Pagni Family Athletic Hall of Fame played football for the USD Toreros. Jan Chapman, Class of 1961, was inducted in 1995. Matt Maslowski, Class of 1971, was inducted in 2001, Jeb Dougherty, Class of 1997, was inducted in 2006. Jan Chapman was a three-sport letter winner at the University of San Diego, but it was football where he made a name for himself. His three-year totals as quarterback included 2,573 yards and 23 touchdowns on 188-for-367 passing. His senior year was his best when he completed 85-for-167 passes foe 1,087 yards and 9 TD’s, ranking him 23rd in the nation. Also as a punter, he ranked 3rd in the nation his sophomore year (43.8 yards per punt) and 6th in his senior campaign (43.2). He is the current USD season record holder for yards punted (2,287) and average (43.8). Chapman is still remembered for leading USD to a 21-20 upset over the Marine Corp Recruiting Depot which touted four future NFL stars. Chapman’s leadership abilities were demonstrated on the field as well as on campus. As co-captain for football his senior year, he received the Gil Kuhn Trophy as the Outstanding Gridder, given to the player that best demonstrated sportsmanship, performance in the highest degree, and leadership. He was also president of the Associated Student Body his senior year. Since graduating in 1961, Jan has stayed in the San Diego area, giving back to the community by teaching and coaching at the high school and community college levels. Matt Maslowski, after playing football at Mission Bay High School and Mesa Community College in San Diego, decided to continue his career at USD. At 6’3” and 205 lbs., Matt dominated as a receiver for the Toreros. During his first season, he was the leading club football receiver in the nation with 42 catches for 799 yards in only seven games. His collegiate career was cut short in 1970 due to injury, but he still managed some remarkable numbers during his career. Playing in only 11 games for USD, Matt had 80 catches for 1,552 yards and 18 touchdowns. He averaged a remarkable 19.4 yards per catch for the Toreros. Because of his size and speed, Matt was offered a free agent contract by the Los Angeles Rams and played for George Allen and Tommy Prothro. In addition to the Rams, Matt played for the Chicago Bears, Minnesota Vikings and finished his career with the Florida Blazers of the World Football League. At the request of a group of students in 1969, the University of San Diego agreed to bring football back eight years after dropping the sport. Under Coach Jim Gray, they started a club program. Matt and his teammates from the club football team laid the foundation for a solid football program still going strong. Jeb Dougherty was two-sport athlete and a classroom standout at USD. He earned Academic All-America honors in football and baseball prior to getting a bachelor’s degree in Business in 1997. A defensive back in football, he ranks among the top three in career tackles, pass break-ups, kickoff-return average and forced fumbles. He was a third team Associated Press AllAmerica selection, USD’s defensive MVP, a first team All-Pioneer Football League selection and USD’s scholar-athlete choice for the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame (San Diego chapter) his senior year. He was a three-time PFL AllAcademic selection and a four-time PFL Player of the Week. In baseball he was an outfielder. He was USD’s co-MVP in 1996, a first team All-WCC selection and an Academic All-American for District VIII. He led the team in hits, runs, and batting average his junior and senior years. He was a four-time WCC All-Academic selection. He signed with the Angels after his senior year and advanced to the Double-A level before retiring in 2001. In addition to his professional career in the sales field, Jeb currently runs local youth baseball spring training camps in the San Diego area.

ALL-TIME USD COACHING HISTORY (1956-08)

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YEAR W L T WIN% COACH 1956 2 3 0 .400 Gil Kuhn 1957 6 3 0 .667 Bob McCutcheon 1958 8 2 0 .800 Bob McCutcheon 1959 1 5 0 .167 Paul Platz 1960 4 5 1 .450 Mike Pecarovich 1961 2 8 0 .200 Mike Pecarovich 1969* 5 2 0 .714 Jim Gray 1970* 2 6 0 .250 Jim Gray 1971* 3 5 0 .375 Jim Gray 1972* 6 3 1 .650 Andy Vinci 1973 9 2 1 .792 Andy Vinci 1974 3 8 0 .273 Dick Logan 1975 2 7 0 .222 Dick Logan 1976 1 7 1 .167 Bill Williams 1977 3 7 0 .300 Bill Williams 1978 7 3 0 .700 Bill Williams 1979 5 6 0 .455 Bill Williams 1980 6 5 0 .545 Bill Williams 1981 9 1 0 .900 Bill Williams 1982 4 6 0 .400 Bill Williams 1983 5 5 0 .500 Brian Fogarty 1984 1 8 1 .150 Brian Fogarty 1985 5 5 0 .500 Brian Fogarty 1986 4 6 0 .400 Brian Fogarty * Denotes years USD played as club team

YEAR W L T WIN% COACH 1987 6 3 1 .650 Brian Fogarty 1988 5 4 0 .556 Brian Fogarty 1989 7 2 0 .778 Brian Fogarty 1990 7 2 0 .778 Brian Fogarty 1991 7 3 0 .700 Brian Fogarty 1992 7 2 1 .750 Brian Fogarty 1993 6 4 0 .600 Brian Fogarty 1994 6 4 0 .600 Brian Fogarty 1995 5 5 0 .500 Brian Fogarty 1996 4 6 0 .400 Kevin McGarry 1997 8 3 0 .727 Kevin McGarry 1998 2 8 0 .200 Kevin McGarry 1999 5 5 0 .500 Kevin McGarry 2000 4 6 0 .400 Kevin McGarry 2001 6 3 0 .667 Kevin McGarry 2002 5 5 0 .500 Kevin McGarry 2003 8 2 0 .800 Kevin McGarry# 2004 7 4 0 .636 Jim Harbaugh 2005 11 1 0 .917 Jim Harbaugh 2006 11 1 0 .917 Jim Harbaugh 2007 9 2 0 .818 Ron Caragher 2008 9 2 0 .818 Ron Caragher TOT 248 195 7 .559 13 Coaches/46 Yrs

# Denotes McGarry 5-1; interim head coach Jason DesJarlais 3-1


Team Awards TORERO OFFENSIVE player of the year

TORERO DEFENSIVE player of the year

KEVIN BRISCOE SPECIAL TEAMS player of the year

2008 Sebastian Trujillo

2008 Chris Gianelli

2008 Joe Staab

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

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

2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985

Wes Doyle JT Rogan Adam Hannula Evan Harney Eric Rasmussen Eric Rasmussen Ken Villalobos Oscar Arzu Dylan Ching Dylan Ching Mike Stadler Evan Hlavacek Evan Hlavacek Jermaine Rucker Michael Henry Scott Sporrer Willie Branch Brendan Murphy Todd Jackson Todd Jackson Jeff Mansukhani Jeff Mansukhani Tom Woodward Steve Connolly Jerome McAlpin Jerome McAlpin Joe Henry Joe Henry Joe Henry Dave Maynard Jim Valenzuela Andy Slimak Pat Iaccino Steve Bubel

Eric Bakhtiari Eric Bakhtiari Eric Bakhtiari Jeff Langdon Andy Guzenski Andy Guzenski Kyle Slusser Brian Luman Kaeo Gouveia Kaeo Gouveia Buddy Brown Kujanga Jackson Jeb Dougherty Doug Popovich Doug Popovich Daniel Furleigh Matt Horeczko Dave Paladino Darryl Jackson Dave Dunn Bryan Day Bryan Day Tim White Mike Hamilton Mike Hamilton Greg Stein Chip Jarvis Greg Stein Bruce Ognibene Guy Ricciardulli George Calandri Barney Rumps Greg Perkins Kevin McGarry Greg Perkins John Manson Tim Berenda

Hutch Parker Mark Cianciulli Mark Cianciulli Mark Cianciulli Chase Mattox Gavin Ng Dylan Mora Dylan Mora Dylan Ching Dylan Ching Tim Roth Mike Buhler Mike Buhler Robert Ray Jeb Dougherty Robert Ray Dave Bergmann Matt Horeczko Dave Bergmann Ken Zampese Matt Scholl Mark Crisci Ed Cuhna

JAMES B. ORWIG SCHOLAR ATHLETE AWARD 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989

Patrick O’Neill Patrick O’Neill Nick Garton Matt Collins Eric Rasmussen Jason Kehrer Eric Rasmussen Christos Renner Scott Felber Scott Felber Randy Weber Ryan Larson Doug Popovich Doug Popovich Doug Popovich Jeff Blazevich John Eck John Eck John Eck

2008 Patrick O'Neil

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Team Awards STRENGTH COACHES award

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986

Mitch Ryan Gabe DeAnda Ronnie Pentz Kyson Hawkins Matt Koller Jeff Langdon Jeff Incerty Baxter Box Wesley Morgan Josh Noga Josh Calista Matt Craig Kaeo Gouveia Vaheh Keshishian Tim Roth Evan Hlavacek Jeb Dougherty Matt Taylor John Lambert Micheal Bennett Brad Leonard Ray Smith Matt Scholl David Gilmore Eric Peterson Joe Muklevicz

NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION & COLLEGE HALL OF FAME

2008 Chris Gianelli 2007 2006 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

Wes Doyle Kyson Hawkins Nick Garton Matt Collins Eric Rasmussen Justin Dixon Matt Guardia Christos Renner Mike Stadler Mike Hartshorne Andre Lee Jeb Dougherty Doug Popovich Robert Ray Neal Weitman Jeff Blazevich

John Eck Lenny Territo Matt Scholl Bryan Day Jeff Mansukhani Tim White Mike Hamilton Greg Stein Michael Rish Bill Vinovich Dan Herbert Guy Ricciardulli George Calandri Bernard Rumps Steve Goodbody

ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA NATIONAL TEAM HONORS

Wes Doyle

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1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978

2007 2007 2006 2006 2004 1996 1995 1995 1994 1988 1988 1987 1986 1981

Patrick O’Neill Wes Doyle Patrick O’Neill Wes Doyle Patrick O’Neill Evan Harney Jeb Dougherty - Jeb Dougherty - Doug Popovich - Doug Popovich - John Gomez - Bryan Day - Bryan Day - Jeff Mansukhani - Dan Herbert -

1st Team Offense 1st Team Defense 1st Team Offense 1st Team Offense 1st Team Offense 1st Team Defense 2nd Team Defense 1st Team Defense 1st Team Defense 2nd Team Defense 1st Team Defense 1st Team Defense 2nd Team Offense 1st Team Defense


RUSHING YARDS

All-Time Records

RUSHING TDS

CAREER

CAREER

SEASON

SEASON

3,013 2.809 2,578 2,556 2,169 2,085 1,475 1,334 1,332 1,177 1,098 1,041 1,021 1,018 1,004 1,003 1,002

Evan Harney, 2003 Evan Harney, 2004 Jermaine Rucker, 1994 Sammy Croon, 1972 Scott Sporrer, 1992 Oscar Arzu, 1999 JT Rogan, 2007 Jerome McAlpin, 1983 Willie Branch, 1991 Todd Jackson, 1989 JT Rogan, 2006

GAME 271 229 220 215 215 213 212 212

35 31 22 21 19 18

JT Rogan, 2005-08 Evan Harney, 2003-2004 Oscar Arzu, 1997-2000 Scott Sporrer, 1989-1992 Todd Jackson, 1986-89 Joe Henry, 1978-81

JT Rogan

Sammy Croom vs. Azusa, 1972 Evan Harney vs. Marist, 2003 Oscar Arzu vs. Wagner, 1998 Jermaine Rucker vs. Valpo, 1993 Evan Harney vs. La Verne, 2003 Oscar Arzu vs. Whittier, 1999 Jermaine Rucker vs. Menlo, 1994 Oscar Arzu vs. Butler, 1999

Evan Harney, 2003-2004 JT Rogan, 2005-08 Scott Sporrer, 1989-1992 Oscar Arzu, 1997-2000 Joe Henry, 1978-1981 Todd Jackson, 1986-1989

Oscar Arzu

SEASON 303 285 228 224 200 199 196

Evan Harney, 2004 Evan Harney, 2003 Scott Sporrer, 1992 Jerome McAlpin, 1983 Joe Henry, 1981 JT Rogan, 2007 Jermaine Rucker, 1994 Evan Harney vs. Holy Cross, 2003 Evan Harney vs. Butler, 2004 Evan Harney vs. Valpo, 2003 Craig Frye vs. Pomona-Pitzer, 1984 Evan Harney vs. Dayton, 2003 Evan Harney vs. Princeton/ Valparaiso, 2004 JT Rogan vs. Drake, 2005 JT Rogan vs. Morehead St., 2007

Jon Polk vs. Marist, 2005 Oscar Arzu vs. Whitter, 1999 JT Rogan vs. Valpo., 2007 15 other players

Jermaine Rucker, 1993-94 Josh Johnson, 2004-07 Sammy Croom, 1972-1973 JT Rogan, 2005-08 Oscar Arzu, 1997-2000 Scott Sporrer, 1989-1992 Evan Harney, 2003-2004

SEASON (Minimum 50 carries) 10.6 7.3 7.2 6.8 6.7 6.7 6.6 6.4 6.4 6.3

Willie Branch, 1991 John Lambert, 1992 Josh Johnson, 2007 Jermaine Rucker, 1994 Jermaine Rucker, 1993 Josh Johnson, 2006 Jeff Maynard, 1978 Oscar Arzu, 1999 Matt Jelmini 2008 Rich Paulson, 1973

MISCELLANEOUS Longest Pass Interception Returns for TD

GAME 43 34 33 33 32 32 31 31

4 4 4 3

6.8 6.0 5.8 5.2 5.0 4.9 4.8

RUSHING ATTEMPTS 588 576 526 519 516 467

GAME

CAREER (Minimum 200 carries)

Sammy Croom vs. Azusa, 1972 Jermaine Rucker vs. Menlo, 1994 Matt Jelmini vs. Valpo, 2008 Evan Harney vs. Marist, 2003 Oscar Arzu vs. Butler, 1999 Evan Harney vs. Valpo, 2003 Kevin Herron vs. Valpo, 2004 Evan Hlavacek vs. Cal Lu, 1996

CAREER

Evan Harney, 2004 Evan Harney, 2003 Rich Paulson, 1973 JT Rogan, 2005-06 Jermaine Rucker, 1994 Willie Branch, 1991 Scott Sporrer, 1992 Josh Johnson, 2007 Oscar Arzu, 1999 Kenneth Villalobos, 2001

RUSHING AVERAGE PER CARRY

PLAY 99 92 87 86 85 78 77 76

18 17 16 14 13 12 12 11 11 11

Evan Harney, 2003-2004 JT Rogan, 2005-08 Oscar Arzu, 1997-2000 Scott Sporrer, 1989-1992 Josh Johnson, 2004-07 Kenneth Villalobos, 2000-2002

100 yard touchdown, Mark Johnson vs. Valpo, 2005 John Gutsmiedl vs. Pomona, 1986 Chuck Pillon vs. Claremont, 1979 Consecutive Point After Touchdown 61 Hutch Parker 2007

Evan Harney

Consecutive Field Goals Made 7 Tim Roth 1997

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PASSING YARDS

PASS COMPLETIONS

CAREER

CAREER

9,699 7,487 5,844 3,574 2,874 2,869 2,826

Josh Johnson, 2004-2007 Eric Rasmussen, 2000-2003 Mike Stadler, 1996-2000 Vince Moiso, 1992-1994 Todd Mortensen, 2004 Pat Dixon, 1985-1986 Eric Sweet, 1981-1982

724 512 426 244 239 234 232

Josh Johnson, 2004-2007 Eric Rasmussen, 2000-2003 Mike Stadler, 1996-2000 Vince Moiso, 1992-1994 Sebastian Trujillo, 2008 Todd Mortensen, 2004 Pat Dixon, 1985-1986

3,320 3,256 2,988 2,982 2,874 2,822 2,538 2,470 2,287

Josh Johnson, 2006 Josh Johnson, 2005 Josh Johnson, 2007 Eric Rasmussen, 2003 Todd Mortensen, 2004 Sebastian Trujillo 2008 Robert Dulich, 1973 Eric Rasmussen, 2002 Mike Stadler, 1997

260 246 239 234 206 195 170 164 158

Josh Johnson, 2005 Josh Johnson, 2006 Sebastian Trujillo, 2008 Todd Mortensen, 2004 Josj Johnson, 2007 Eric Rasmussen, 2003 Eric Rasmussen, 2002 Robert Dulich, 1973 Mike Stadler, 1998

467 464 428 406 403 395 392 389

Eric Rasmussen vs. Davidson, 2003 Todd Mortensen vs. Dayton, 2004 Josh Johnson vs. Dayton, 2007 Josh Johnson vs. Butler, 2007 Josh Johnson vs. Marist, 2007 Eric Rasmussen vs. Valpo, 2002 Eric Rasmussen vs. Drake, 2003 Robert Dulich vs. USIU, 1973

37 35 32 30 28 27 27

Todd Mortensen vs. Dayton, 2004 Todd Mortensen vs. Penn, 2004 Josh Johnson vs. Davidson, 2007 Josh Johnson vs. Jacksonville, 2006 Josh Johnson vs. Yale, 2006 Josh Johnson vs. Davidson, 2006 Sebastian Trujillo vs. Dayton, 2008

SEASON

GAME

PLAY

89 Bob Dulich to Andy Sanchez, vs. Humboldt, 1973 86 Eric Sweet to Billy Hamilton, vs. Occidental, 1981 83 Eric Rasmussen to Nick Garton, vs. Davidson, 2003 80 E. Rasmussen to Adam Hannula, vs. Marist, 2003 80 Vince Moiso to Evan Hlavacek, vs. Drake, 1993 80 Josh Johnson to John Matthews vs. Marist, 2007

PASSING ATTEMPTS

CAREER 1,065 851 799 531 488 433

Josh Johnson, 2005-07 Eric Rasmussen, 2000-2003 Mike Stadler, 1996-2000 Pat Dixon, 1985-1986 Vince Moiso, 1992-1994 Tim Call, 1979-1980

389 371 358 318 311 311 301 294 279

Todd Mortensen, 2004 Josh Johnson, 2005, 2006 Sebastian Trujillo 2008 Eric Rasmussen, 2003 Pat Dixon, 1986 Mike Stadler, 1998 Josh Johnson, 2007 Robert Dulich, 1973 Eric Rasmussen, 2002

57 54 48 46 46 44 44 44 44

Todd Mortensen vs. Penn, 2004 Todd Mortensen vs. Dayton, 2004 Eric Sweet vs. La Verne, 1982 Josh Johnson vs. Princeton, 2005 Steve Loomis vs. St. Mary's, 1981 Mike Stadler vs. Brown, 2000 Mike Stadler vs. Dayton, 1998 Robert Dulich vs. Wittenberg, 1973 Sebastian Trujillo vs Dayton, 2008

SEASON

GAME

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All-Time Records

SEASON

GAME

COMPLETION PCT.

CAREER (Min. 100 Completions) .680 .668 .602 .602 .551 .549 .533

Josh Johnson, 2004-2007 Sebastian Trujillo, 2008 Eric Rasmussen, 2000-2003 (.6016) Todd Mortensen, 2004 (.6015) Tom Jackson, 1998-2000 Michael Bennett, 1989-1992 Mike Stadler, 1996-2000

.701 .684 .668 .633 .613 .609 .602 .580 .

Josh Johnson, 2005 Josh Johnson, 2007 Sebastian Trujillo, 2008 Josh Johnson, 2006 Eric Rasmussen, 2003 Eric Rasmussen, 2002 Todd Mortensen, 2004 Mike Stadler, 1997

SEASON (Min. 100 Attempts)

EFFICIENCY RATING CAREER 176.7 160.2 160.09 143.4 140.8 140.3 131.2 124.7

Josh Johnson, 2004-2007 Sebastian Trujillo, 2008 Eric Rasmussen, 2000-2003 Michael Bennett, 1989-1992 John Khamis, 1995-1996 Todd Mortensen, 2004 Mike Stadler, 1996-2000 Vince Moiso, 1992-1994

198.3 174.5 171.5 169.0 164.2 161.5 160.2 145.5 140.3 140.3

Josh Johnson, 2007 Eric Rasmussen, 2003 (led nation) Josh Johnson, 2005 Josh Johnson, 2006 (led nation) Eric Rasmussen, 2002 (led nation) Mike Stadler, 1997 Sebastian Trujillo, 2008 Michael Bennett, 1992 Todd Mortensen, 2004 Robert Dulich, 1973

SEASON (Min. 15 Passes per game)

TOUCHDOWN PASSES

CAREER 113 75 58 35 31 25 25 23

Josh Johnson, 2004-2007 Eric Rasmussen, 2000-2003 Mike Stadler, 1996-2000 Sebastian Trujillo, 2008 Vince Moiso, 1992-1994 Todd Mortensen, 2004 Michael Bennett, 1989-1992 Jan Chapman, 1958-1960

43 36 35 35 34 30 25 25 21

Josh Johnson, 2007 Josh Johnson, 2005 Eric Rasmussen, 2003 Sebastian Trujillo, 2008 Josh Johnson, 2006 Mike Stadler, 1997 Todd Mortensen, 2004 Eric Rasmussen, 2002 Robert Dulich, 1973

7 7 6 6 6 6 6 5

Josh Johnson vs. Valpo, 2005 Eric Rasmussen vs. Valpo, 2002 Eric Rasmussen vs. Davidson, 2003 Eric Rasmussen vs. Drake, 2003 Josh Johnson vs. No. Colorado, 2007 Josh Johnson vs. Butler, 2007 Josh Johnson vs. Davidson, 2007 Nine Others Others

SEASON

GAME

INTERCEPTIONS (Fewest)

CAREER (Minimum 300 Attempts) 6 9 11 13 13 14 15

Todd Mortensen, 2004 (389) Sebastian Trujillo, 2008(358) Steve Loomis, 1980-1981 (339) Eric Rasmussen, 2000-2003 (851) Tom Jackson, 1998-2000 (316) Jan Chapman, 1958-1960 (367) Josh Johnson, 2004-2007 (1065)

1 1 1 2 3

Josh Johnson, 2007 (301) Eric Rasmussen, 2002 (279) Brendan Murphy, 1990 (149) John Khamis, 1995 (102) Eric Rasmussen, 2003 (318)

SEASON (Minimum 100 Attempts)

INTERCEPTIONS (Most)

CAREER 32 30 27 24 20 20

Pat Dixon, 1985-1986 Mike Stadler, 1996-2000 Eric Sweet, 1981-1982 Tim Call, 1979-1980 Brendan Murphy, 1987-1990 Jim Valenzuela, 1977-1978

18 18 18 17 14

Pat Dixon, 1986 Eric Sweet, 1982 Tim Call, 1979 Robert Dulich, 1973 Pat Dixon, 1985

4 4 4

Eric Rasmussen vs. Dayton, 2001 Doug Piper vs. UCSB, 1988 Nine others tied

SEASON

GAME


RECEPTIONS

All-Time Records

CAREER 247 195 189 173 153 116 101 94 85

Adam Hannula, 2002-2005 John Matthews, 2005-2008 Dylan Ching, 1996-1999 Wes Doyle, 2004-07 Nick Garton, 2002-2005 Michael Gasperson, 2001-2004 Michael Rish, 1980-1983 Jeff Mansukhani, 1984-1987 Joe Henry, 1978-1981

SEASON 102 73 73 72 67 63 58 57 56 56

John Matthews, 2008 Adam Hannula, 2005 Wes Doyle, 2007 Adam Hannula, 2003 Ernie Yarbrough, 1973 Dylan Ching, 1998 Adam Hannula, 2004 Michael Gasperson, 2002 Nick Garton, 2005 Ben Hannula, 2006

GAME 14 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10

John Matthews vs. Butler, 2008 John Matthews vs. Davidson, 2007 M. Gasperson vs. Dayton, 2004 Adam Hannula vs. Drake, 2002 Wes Doyle vs. Davidson, 2007 Adam Hannula vs. Drake, 2005 Adam Hannula vs. Valpo, 2003 Dylan Ching vs. Cal Lu, 1998 Jeff Morgan vs. St. Mary's, 1979

RECEIVING YARDS

CAREER 3,615 3,482 3,111 2,373 2,254 1,894 1,722 1,592

John Matthews, 2005-2008 Adam Hannula, 2002-2005 Dylan Ching, 1996-1999 Wes Doyle, 2004-07 Nick Garton, 2002-2005 Michael Gasperson, 2001-2004 Michael Rish, 1980-1983 Jeff Mansukhani, 1984-1987

SEASON 1,478 1,161 1,102 1,000 926 915 915 909 907 902

TD RECEPTIONS

CAREER

50 36 32 26 26 18 18 16

11,563 7,567 5,978 3,989 3,301 3,144 3,132

Josh Johnson, 2004-2007 Eric Rasmussen, 2000-2003 Mike Stadler, 1996-2000 Vince Moiso, 1992-1994 Evan Harney, 2003-present Brendan Murphy, 1987-1990 Dylan Ching, 1996-1999

4,040 3,714 3,635 3,011 2,849 2,855 2,773 2,443

Josh Johnson, 2006 Josh Johnson, 2007 Josh Johnson, 2005 Eric Rasmussen, 2003 Todd Mortensen, 2004 Sebastian Trujillo, 2008 Robert Dulich, 1973 Eric Rasmussen, 2002

507 470 467 459 455 442

Josh Johnson vs. Davidson, 2007 Josh Johnson vs. Jacksonville, 2006 Eric Rasmussen vs. Davidson, 2003 Todd Mortensen vs. Dayton, 2004 Josh Johnson vs. Butler, 2007 Josh Johnson vs. Marist, 2007

John Matthews, 2005-2008 Adam Hannula, 2002-2005 Dylan Ching, 1996-1999 Nick Garton, 2002-2005 Wes Doyle, 2004-07 Michael Rish, 1980-1983 Michael Gasperson, 2001-2004 Evan Hlavacek, 1993-1996

SEASON 21 16 13 13 12 12 11

John Matthews, 2008 John Matthews, 2007 Adam Hannula, 2003 Wes Doyle, 2007 Nick Garton, 2003 Dylan Ching, 1998 & 1997 Three others

5 4 4 4 4

Michael Gasperson vs. Valpo, 2002 Adam Hannula vs. Valpo, 2005 Dylan Ching vs. Dayton, 1997 Wes Doyle vs. N. Colorado, 2007 John Matthews vs. Davidson, 2007

GAME

GAME

CAREER (Min. 40 receptions) 18.5 18.0 17.0 16.9 16.5 16.5

John Matthews, 2005-08 Evan Hlavacek, 1993-1996 Michael Rish, 1980-1983 Jeff Mansukhani, 1984-1987 Chris Del Santo, 1994-1997 Dylan Ching, 1996-1999

23.1 22.9 21.4 20.3 19.9 19.1 18.8 18.7

John Matthews, 2007 Dylan Ching, 1996 Michael Rish, 1981 John Matthews, 2006 Evan Hlavacek, 1994 Dylan Ching, 1997 Nick Garton, 2003 Scott Steingrebe, 1992

SEASON (Min. 20 receptions)

John Matthews, 2008 Adam Hannula, 2003 Ernie Yarbrough, 1973 Adam Hannula, 2005 John Matthews, 2007 Dylan Ching, 1998 Dylan Ching, 1997 Wes Doyle, 2006 Michael Gasperson, 2002 Nick Garton, 2003

Nick Garton vs. Davidson, 2003 John Matthews vs. Azusa Pacific, 2008 M. Gasperson vs. Dayton, 2004 Adam Hannula vs. Marist, 2003 Merle Reed vs. Chino Inst., 1958 Adam Hannula vs. Drake, 2002 Wes Doyle vs. Yale, 2006 John Matthews vs. Davidson, 2007 Michael Gasperson vs. Valpo, 2002 Chris Del Santo vs. Valpo, 1997

SEASON

YARDS PER RECEPTION

Josh Johnson

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS

CAREER 5,344 4,514 4,158 4,036 3,602 3,301 3,239

JT Rogan, 2005-08 Dylan Ching, 1996-1999 Evan Hlavacek, 1993-1996 John Matthews, 2005-2008 Adam Hannula, 2002-2005 Evan Harney, 2003-2004 Nick Garton, 2002-2005

2,249 1,734 1,662 1,567 1,562 1,508 1,465 1,456

JT Rogan, 2007 Evan Harney, 2003 JT Rogan, 2006 Evan Harney, 2004 Willie Branch, 1991 John Matthews, 2008 Jermaine Rucker, 1994 Dylan Ching, 1997

321 279 277 271 268 260

JT Rogan vs. UC Davis, 2007 JT Rogan vs. Morehead State, 2007 Jeff Mansukhani vs. La Verne, 1986 Willie Branch vs. La Verne, 1991 Dylan Ching vs. Central CT, 1998 Evan Harney vs. Valpo, 2003

SEASON

GAME 234 231 218 209 207 195 190 190 187 185

TOTAL OFFENSE

CAREER

GAME Adam Hannula

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TOUCHDOWNS

All-Time Records

POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWN (P.A.T.)

CAREER 50 47 39 36 32 30

John Matthews, 2005-08 JT Rogan, 2005-08 Evan Harney, 2003-2004 Adam Hannula, 2002-2005 Dylan Ching, 1996-1999 Evan Hlavacek, 1993-1996

21 20 19 18 17 16 16 16 15

John Matthews, 2008 Evan Harney, 2003 Evan Harney, 2004 JT Rogan, 2007 JT Rogan, 2006 John Matthews, 2007 Rich Paulson, 1973 Jermaine Rucker, 1994 Scott Sporrer, 1992

5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Michael Gasperson vs. Valpo, 2002 Jon Polk vs. Marist, 2005 Adam Hannula vs. Valpo, 2005 JT Rogan vs. Dayton, 2005 Evan Harney vs. Valpo/Butler, 2003 Oscar Arzu vs. Whittier, 1999 Dylan Ching vs. Drake, 1997 Evan Hlavacek vs. Cal Lu, 1996 Evan Hlavacek vs. Valpo, 1995 Jermaine Rucker vs. Azusa, 1994 JT Rogan vs. Valpo, 2007 John Matthews vs. Davidson, 2007 Wes Doyle vs. No. Colorado, 2007

CAREER

197 Hutch Parker, 2004-2007 75 Adam Williams, 2002-2003 70 Dave Bergmann, 1989-1991 68 Matt Young, 1993-1995 67 Robert Lozzi, 1981-1983 62 Doug Rothrock, 1973-1974 53 Tim Roth, 1996-1997

SEASON

GAME

SEASON

Evan Harney

9 8 8 8 8 8

122 114 104 96 96 92 89 84 78

Evan Harney, 2003 Evan Harney, 2004 JT Rogan, 2006 Rich Paulson, 1973 Jermaine Rucker, 1994 Scott Sporrer, 1992 Hutch Parker, 2005 Willie Branch, 1991 Three Players

30 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Michael Gasperson vs. Valpo, 2002 Jon Polk vs. Marist, 2005 JT Rogan vs. Dayton, 2005 Adam Hannula vs. Valpo, 2005 Evan Harney vs. Valpo/Butler, 2003 Oscar Arzu vs. Whittier, 1999 Dylan Ching vs. Drake, 1997 Evan Hlavacek vs. Cal Lu, 1996 Evan Hlavacek vs. Valpo, 1995 Jermaine Rucker vs. Azusa, 1994 JT Rogan vs. UC Davis, 2007 John Matthews vs. Davidson, 2007 Wes Doyle vs. No. Colorado, 2007

FIELD GOALS

35 33 27 20 19 16

JT Rogan

SEASON

Dave Bergmann, 1989-1991 Hutch Parker, 2004-2007 Robert Lozzi, 1981-1983 Adam Williams, 2002-2003 Tim Roth, 1996-1997 Matt Young, 1993-1995

SEASON 14 12 11 11 11

Dave Bergmann, 1989 Dave Bergmann, 1990 Adam Williams, 2002 Tim Roth, 1997 Robert Lozzi, 1981 & 1982

GAME 4 4 4 3

Tim Roth vs. Azusa, 1997 Dave Bergmann vs. Whittier, 1989 Robert Lozzi vs. Claremont, 1982 9 Players tied

LONGEST 53 51 49 48 48

GAME

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Hutch Parker vs. Valpo, 2005 Hutch Parker vs. Menlo, 2005 Adam Williams vs. Valpo, 2002 Doug Rothrock vs. USIU, 1973 Hutch Parker vs. Drake, 2007 Hutch Parker vs. Jacksonville, 2007

CAREER

CAREER

John Matthews, 2005-08 Hutch Parker, 2004-2007 JT Rogan, 2005-08 Evan Harney, 2003-2004 Adam Hannula, 2002-2005 Dylan Ching, 1996-1999 Evan Hlavacek, 1993-1996 Dave Bergmann, 1989-1991 Nick Garton, 2002-2005 Wes Doyle, 2004-07

Hutch Parker, 2005 Hutch Parker, 2007 Doug Rothrock, 1973 Hutch Parker, 2004 Adam Williams, 2003 Tim Roth, 1997 Adam Williams, 2002 Robert Lozzi, 1981

GAME

TOTAL POINTS

302 296 284 236 216 202 180 177 164 160

62 61 49 45 41 34 34 33

Michael Gasperson

Dave Bergmann vs. Whittier, 1991 Mark Kelegian vs. Redlands, 1980 Tim Roth vs. Valpo, 1997 Matt Young vs. Butler, 1996 Jack Kratochvil vs. Redlands, 1984


CAREER

PUNTS

208 187 170 138 109

John Gillis, 1987-1990 Robert Ray, 1991-1994 Pat McNamara, 1983-1986 Mike Buhler, 1994-1996 Joe Amidon, 1974-1975

69 66 65 60

Mike Buhler, 1995 Mike Buhler, 1996 John Gillis, 1987 Bobby Donnelly, 1998

12 12 11 10 10

John Gillis vs. Pomona-Pitzer, 1990 Joe Amidon vs. USIU, 1974 Mike Buhler vs. Evansville, 1995 Tim Roth vs. Whittier, 1997 John Gillis vs. La Verne, 1988

85 73

Vern Valdez vs. Mex. Poly., 1957 Dylan Mora vs. Dayton, 2001

SEASON

GAME

LONGEST

PUNT AVERAGE

CAREER (Min. 30 punts) 43.7 42.7 39.9 39.8 39.6 39.5

Vern Valdez, 1957 Jan Chapman, 1958-1960 George Villa, 2005 Mike Buhler, 1994-1996 Tim Roth, 1995-1997 Dylan Mora, 1999-2001

43.8 42.3 42.0 41.4 41.0 40.2

Jan Chapman, 1958 Robert Ray, 1992 Dylan Mora, 2001 Tim Roth, 1997 Kyle Negrete, 2008 Mike Buhler, 1996

59.4 57.0 49.2 49.0

Vern Valdez vs. Mex. Poly, 1957 Kyle Negrete vs. Campbell, 2008 Robert Ray vs. Pomona-Pitz., 1992 Robert Ray vs. La Verne, 1992

SEASON (Min. 15 punts)

GAME

PUNTING YARDS

CAREER

7,335 John Gillis, 1987-1990 7,325 Robert Ray, 1991-1994 6,261 Pat McNamara, 1983-1986 5,486 Mike Buhler, 1994-1996 4,529 Jan Chapman, 1958-1960

SEASON

2,710 Mike Buhler, 1995 2,655 Mike Buhler, 1996 2,287 Jan Chapman, 1960 2,236 Tim Roth, 1997 2,190 Bobby Donnelly, 1998 GAME 493 Mike Buhler vs. Evansville, 1995 448 John Gillis vs. Pomona-Pitz, 1990 447 Joe Amidon vs. USIU, 1973 423 Tim Roth vs. Whittier, 1997

PUNT RETURNS

CAREER 64 58 52 49 39 39

Gavin Ng, 2000-2003 Dylan Ching, 1996-1999 Nick Garton, 2002-2005 Evan Hlavacek, 1993-1996 Emmitt Dodd, 1981-1983 Jeff Mansukhani, 1984-1987

All-Time Records SEASON

19 19

Emmitt Dodd, 1983 Nick Garton, 2004

7 7 5

JT Rogan, vs. UC Davis, 2007 Gavin Ng vs. Yale, 2002 Eleven Players tied

27 26 25 24 24 23 23

Nick Garton, 2005 Emmitt Dodd, 1983 Evan Hlavacek, 1996 Nick Garton, 2004 Gavin Ng, 2003 Scott McKay, 1980 Kenny Stivers, 2006

GAME

7 6 6

Emmitt Dodd vs. St. Mary's, 1993 Gavin Ng vs. Marist, 2003 Evan Hlavacek vs. Redlands, 1995

1,675 Jeb Dougherty, 1993-1996 1,660 Gavin Ng, 2000-2003 1,338 JT Rogan, 2005-08 1,224 Jeff Mansukhani, 1984-1987 1,061 Evan Hlavacek, 1993-1996

GAME

PUNT RETURN YARDS

CAREER 573 511 397 376 367

Gavin Ng, 2000-2003 Dylan Ching, 1996-1999 Nick Garton, 2002-2005 Evan Hlavacek, 1993-1996 Jeff Mansukhani, 1984-1987

227 216 206 202 201

Nick Garton, 2005 Evan Hlavacek, 1996 Emmitt Dodd, 1981 Gavin Ng, 2002 Gavin Ng, 2003

103 83 82 82

Zac Fiedler vs. Pomona-Pitz., 1990 Dylan Mora vs. Dayton, 2000 Daniel Branch vs. CMS, 1991 Craig Frinell vs. La Verne, 1989

91 85 82

Ed Bunsic vs. Mexico Poly, 1957 Zac Fielder vs. Pom.-Pitzer, 1990 Daniel Branch vs. Claremont, 1991

SEASON

GAME

PLAY

PUNT RETURN AVE.

CAREER (Min. 15 returns) 14.5 11.1 11.1 11.1 9.5 9.4 9.4

Scott Maynard, 1978-1979 Greg Frinell, 1989-1991 Khalid Maxie, 1997-1999 Dylan Mora, 2000 Phil Spencer, 1982 Jeff Mansukhani, 1984-1987 John Gutsmiedl, 1984-1986

13.0 12.8 12.2 12.2 12.0

Greg Frinell, 1989 Khalid Maxie, 1998 Willie Branch, 1991 Scott Maynard, 1978 Emmitt Dodd, 1981

SEASON (Min. 10 returns)

KICKOFF RETURNS

CAREER 72 66 57 45 43 38 38

Gavin Ng, 2001-2003 Jeb Dougherty, 1993-1996 Jeff Mansukhani, 1984-1987 Evan Hlavacek, 1993-1996 JT Rogan, 2005-08 Dylan Ching, 1996-1999 Brian Luman, 1998-2001

37 30 28 27 22 21 20

Gavin Ng, 2002 Taylor Wright, 2008 Gavin Ng, 2003 JT Rogan, 2007 Kaeo Gouveia, 1999 Jeb Dougherty, 1994 Brian Luman, 2001

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS

CAREER

SEASON

897 JT Rogan, 2007 818 Gavin Ng, 2002 740 Taylor Wright, 2008 584 Gavin Ng, 2003 547 Jeb Dougherty, 1994 506 Brian Luman, 2000 496 Nick Garton, 2004 495 Kaeo Gouveia, 1999 GAME 210 JT Rogan vs. UC Davis, 2007 164 Craig Frinell vs. Redlands, 1989 152 Emmitt Dodd vs. Cal Lu, 1983 137 Jeb Dougherty vs. Dayton, 1996 136 Brian Luman vs. Davidson, 2000 131 Gavin Ng vs. Yale, 2002

PLAY 101 100 98 98 94 93

Jeff Mansukhani vs. UCSB, 1984 Emmitt Dodd vs. Cal Lu, 1983 Gavin Ng vs. Azusa, 2001 Jeb Dougherty vs. Azusa, 1993 JT Rogan vs. No. Colorado, 2007 JT Rogan vs. Valpo, 2006

KICKOFF RETURN AVE.

CAREER (Min. 20 returns) 30.4 25.9 25.6 25.2 24.8 23.6 23.5 23.1

JT Rogan, 2005-08 Nick Garton, 2002-2005 Jeb Dougherty, 1993-1996 Michael Henry, 1991-1993 Emmitt Dodd, 1981-1983 Evan Hlavacek, 1993-1996 Brian Luman, 1999-2001 Gavin Ng, 2000-2003

SEASON (Min. 10 returns) 33.2 32.4 32.3 30.6 28.9 28.1 28.0

JT Rogan, 2007 (led nation) Greg Frinell, 1989 Michael Henry, 1991 Evan Hlavacek, 1995 JT Rogan, 2006 Brian Luman, 2000 Jeb Dougherty, 1996

SEASON

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TACKLES

CAREER 332 314 312 278 272

John Gutsmiedl, 1984-1987 Doug Popovich, 1992-1995 Jeb Dougherty, 1993-1996 Brian Baxter, 1998-2001 Brian Luman, 1998-2001

SEASON 142 131 125 118 117

Doug Popovich, 1994 John Gutsmiedl, 1986 Doug Popovich, 1995 Chuck Royer, 1986 Dave Paladino, 1991

GAME 26 23 23 22 22

Andy Guzenski vs. Dayton, 2002 Doug Popovich vs. Butler, 1994 Chip Jarvis vs. St. Mary's, 1983 Jeb Dougherty vs. Chico St., 1996 Doug Popovich vs. Drake, 1995

All-Time Records INTERCEPTIONS

PASS DEFLECTIONS

CAREER

CAREER

SEASON

SEASON

15 12 11 11 11 9 8 7 6 6 6 6 6 6

Kyle Slusser, 1997-2001 Kaeo Gouveia, 1996-1999 Brian Luman, 1998-2001 John Gutsmiedl, 1984-1987 Dan Herbert, 1976-1981 Patrick O’Neill, 2006-07 Dan Herbert, 1981 Kevin McGarry, 1977 Jeff Langdon, 2004 Kyle Slusser, 1998 Bryan Day, 1987 Ben Stoebner, 1984 Winston Sharp, 1973 Bill Yavorsky, 1972

GAME 3 3 3 2

Kyle Slusser vs. Wagner, 1999 Darryl Jackson vs. Redlands, 1987 Chuck Royer vs. St. Mary's, 1986 Several players tied

35 29 23 22 18 18 14 14 11 11 10

Darryl Jackson, 1987-1990 Billy Kobayashi, 1992-1995 Jeb Dougherty, 1993-1996 Shaun Grove, 1993-1995 Kaeo Gouveia, 1996-1999 Kujanga Jackson, 1994-1997 Darryl Jackson, 1990 Ben Stoebner, 1986 Scott Buccola, 1993 Darryl Jackson, 1989 Four Players tied

GAME 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 2

Philip Bretsch vs. Wagner, 2004 Josh Brisco vs. Jacksonville, 2006 Adam Burke vs. SOU, 2005 Chase McBride vs. SOU, 2005 Gavin Ng vs. Butler, 2002 Jason DeMello vs. Redlands, 2001 Adam Combs vs. Valpo, 2001 Several players tied

FORCED FUMBLES

CAREER 8 8 7 6 6 6 5

Jeb Dougherty, 1993-1996 John Gutsmiedl, 1984-1987 Adam Combs, 1999-2003 Erik Bakhtiari, 2005-07 Christian Sirek, 1989-1992 Doug Popovich, 1992-1995 Four players tied

SEASON Andy Guzenski

QUARTERBACK SACKS

CAREER 35 19 17 15 11.5 11 11

Eric Bakhtiari, 2005-07 David Dunn, 1987-1989 Anthony Banovac, 1998-2001 Paul Sellers, 1988-1991 David Gilmore, 1987 Brian Baxter, 1998-2001 Jeff Merlino, 1986-1987

SEASON 20 12 8 8 7 7 7

Eric Bakhtiari, 2007 David Dunn, 1988 Eric Bakhtiari, 2006 Anthony Banovac, 2001 Anthony Banovac, 1999 Jeb Dougherty, 1995 Paul Sellers, 1991

GAME 5 4 3 3

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Eric Bakhtiari, vs Drake, 2007 David Dunn vs. CMS, 1989 Daniel Howard vs. Wagner, 2001 Eric Bakhtiari, three times

6 4 4 4 3

Jeb Dougherty, 1995 Erik Bakhtiari, 2007 Adam Combs, 2001 Doug Popovich, 1995 Five players tied

GAME

3 Erik Bakhtiari, vs. Drake, 2007 1 Several players

RECOVERED FUMBLES

CAREER 6 6 5 5 5 5

Jeb Dougherty, 1993-1996 Bryan Day, 1985-1988 Daniel Furleigh, 1991-1993 Marcus Carter, 1990-1993 Robert Magnuson, 1994-1996 Erik Bakhtiari, 2005-07

SEASON

4 Bryan Day, 1998 4 Robert Magnuson, 1996 3 Seven players tied

GAME 3 2 2 2

Jeb Dougherty vs. Chico St., 1995 Elton Perkins vs. Chico St., 1996 Ben Stoebner vs. Occidental, 1985 Gary Newberry vs. St. Mary's, 1981

Eric Bakhtiari

BLOCKED KICKS

CAREER 4 3 3 3 2

Sal Navarra, 1994-1997 Michael Gasperson, 2001-2004 Darryl Jackson, 1987-1990 Rick Salazar, 1989-1992 Several players

SEASON

4 Sal Navarra, 1995 3 Darryl Jackson, 1990 2 Twelve players tied

GAME

2 Tareq Abdulghani vs. Dayton, 2004 1 Several players tied


All-Time Team Records

TEAM RUSHING Most Yards Gained Game: 462 vs. Pomona-Pitzer, 1975 Season: 2,741 in 1991 Fewest Yards Gained Game: 10 vs. Dayton, 2008 Season: 775 in 1986 Most Rushes Game: 65 vs. Loyola, 1972 Season: 535 in 1972 Fewest Rushes Game: 20 vs. Dayton, 2008

Most Touchdowns Game: 10 vs. Valpo, 2006 Season: 71 in 2006 Fewest Touchdowns Game: 0 vs. Several Teams Season: 12 in 1984 Most Points After Touchdown Game: 9 vs. Valparaiso, 2005 Season: 68 in 2005 (62-one point; 3-two point) Fewest Points After Touchdown Game: 0 vs. Several Teams Season: 4 in 1961

Season: 307 in 1998

PASSING Most Yards Gained Game: 467 vs. Davidson, 2003 Season: 3,572 in 2005 Fewest Yards Gained Game: 0 vs. CS Long Beach, 1961 Season: 417 in 1979 Fewest Passes Attempted Game: 3 vs. Pomona-Pitzer, 1975 Season: 127 in 1989 Fewest Passes Completed Game: 0 vs. CS Long Beach, 1961 Season: 49 in 1961 Most Touchdown Passes Thrown Game: 7 vs. Valparaiso, 2005, 2002 Season: 48 in 2007 Fewest Touchdown Passes Thrown Game: 0 in Several Games Season: 2 in 1961 Most Passes Had Intercepted Game: 6 vs. UC Riverside, 1972 Season: 27 in 1984 Fewest Passes Had Intercepted Game: 0 vs. Several Teams Season: 1 in 1990 Best Passing Percentage Season: .685, 2007 (228x333) Worst Passing Percentage Season: .292, 1961 (49x168)

TOTAL OFFENSE Most Yards Total Offense Game: 663 vs. Marist, 2003 Season: 5,931 in 2006 Fewest Yards Total Offense Game: 51 vs. San Diego Marines, 1957 Season: 2,157 in 1984

SCORING Most Points Game: 69 vs. Cal Tech, 1970 Season: 514 in 2006 Most Points Combined Game: 101, 2007 (USD 52, Davidson 49) Season: 775, 2007 (USD 488; OPP 287) Fewest Points Game: 0 vs. Several Teams Season: 90 in 1961

MISCELLANEOUS Most Touchdowns Rushing Season: 34 in 1973 Fewest Touchdowns Rushing Season: 5 in 1986 Rushing Average Per Game Season: 274.1 in 1991 Passing Average Per Game Season: 312.6 in 2003 Scoring Average Per Game Season: 44.4 in 2007 (488 points in 11 games) (led nation) Total Offense Average Per Game Season: 485.2 in 2005 Most First Downs Game: 33 vs. Davidson, 2006 Jacksonville, 2007, Dayton, 2006, Drake, 2005; Holy Cross, 2003 Season: 305 in 2005

Most Yards Penalized Game: 216 vs. San Francisco, 1981 Season: 993 in 1958 Fewest Yards Penalized Game: 0 vs. UC Riverside, 1973; 0 vs. Pomona-Pitzer, 1977 Season: 336 in 1998 DEFENSIVE PASSING Fewest Passes Completed Game: 0 vs. La Verne, 1972 Season: 61 in 1958 Most Passes Completed Game: 35 vs. Davidson, 2007 Season: 243 in 2008 Fewest Passes Attempted Game: 7 vs. N.M. Western, 1958 Season: 154 in 1958 Most Passes Attempted Game: 59 vs. vs. Fairfield, 2001 Season: 390 in 2007 Most Passes Intercepted Game: 6 vs. Camp Pendleton, 1957; 6 vs. USF, 1981 Season: 26 in 1981 Fewest Passes Intercepted Game: 0 vs. Several Teams Season: 6 in 2001 Most Yards Allowed Passing Game: 454 vs. La Verne, 1991 Season: 2,750 in 2000

TOTAL DEFENSE

Fewest First Downs Game: 7 vs. San Diego Marines, 1957 Season: 107 in 1961

Fewest Yards Total Offense Allowed Game: -16 vs. Camp Pendleton, 1957 Season: 1750 in 1978

Most Punts Game: 12 vs. USIU, 1974 Season: 86 in 1974

Most Yards Total Offense Allowed Game: 536 vs. USIU, 1975 Season: 4,439 in 2000

Most Fumbles Game: 7 four times; 7 vs. San Diego Marines, 1957 7 vs. Camp Pendleton, 1957 7 vs. La Verne, 1973 7 vs. Azusa Pacific, 1974 Season: 42 in 1957

Most Points Allowed Game: 61 by Penn, 2004 Season: 313 in 2000

Fewest Fumbles Game: 0 vs. Several Teams Season: 9 in 1998, 2006

Most Shutouts Recorded Season: 4 in 1987

Most Fumbles Lost Game: 6 vs. S.D. Marines, 1957 Season: 21 in 1984 Fewest Fumbles Lost Game: 0 vs. Several Teams Season: 5 in 1960

PENALTIES

Fewest Points Allowed Game: 0 vs. Several Teams Season: 100 in 1987 (10 games)

Defensive Rushing Fewest Yards Allowed Rushing Game: -6 vs. Azusa Pacific, 1994 Season: 663 in 1988 Most Yards Allowed Rushing Game: 370 vs. Dayton, 1997 Season: 2,031 in 1998

Most Penalties Game: 18 vs. Chino Institute, 1957; 18 vs. U. of Mexico, 1957 Season: 113 in 1958 Fewest Penalties Game: 0 vs. UC Riverside, 1973; 0 vs. Pomona-Pitzer, 1977 Season: 37 in 1998

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All-Time Game Results 1956 L 00-46 L 00-30 W 47-00 W 14-12 L 07-20 68-108

2-3-0 Air Force Academy Naval Air Station Edwards AFB New Mexico Military Northern Arizona

1957 6-3-0 W 20-06 Barstow Marines L 06-40 Northern Arizona L 07-21 Montana State W 40-06 Pomona-Pitzer L 00-41 San Diego Marines W 54-00 Camp Pendleton W 27-13 Univ. of Mexico W 54-00 Mexico Polytechnic W 27-00 Pepperdine 235-134 1958 8-2-0 W 20-06 Univ. of Mexico W 13-10 N. Mexico Western L 06-31 Montana State W 33-00 Lewis and Clark W 46-14 Col. Western St. W 46-14 Chino Institute W 45-13 Pepperdine W 24-00 Idaho State W 24-13 Univ. of Montana L 00-35 San Diego Marines 257-136 1959 1-5-0 L 14-36 Cal Poly-SLO L 12-42 Cal Poly Pomona L 06-19 Pepperdine L 14-40 San Diego Marines W 38-14 Southern Cal College L 00-47 Montana State 84-198 1960 4-5-1 L 06-20 Whittier L 20-29 N. Mexico Western L 00-20 Humboldt State W 14-06 Azusa Pacific W 56-14 So. Cal College W 21-20 San Diego Marines L 00-35 San Francisco State W 20-13 Pepperdine L 14-28 Cal Poly Pomona T 14-14 Northern Arizona 165-199 1961 L 00-27 L 07-40 L 00-37 W 13-00 W 20-18 L 12-14 L 06-25 L 02-41 L 12-42 L 18-28 90-272

2-8-0 Whittier Univ. of Pacific San Diego Marines Pepperdine N. Mexico Western CS Long Beach San Francisco St. Cal Poly Pomona San Diego State USIU

1969 5-2-0 (Club) L 06-35 Loyola Marymount L 12-35 St. Mary’s (Cal.) W 30-13 Whittier J.V. W 20-08 CS Long Beach J.V. W 26-08 USD Alumni W 19-18 Azusa Pacific W 20-06 Cal Tech 133-123

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1970 2-6-0 (Club) L 13-23 Loyola Marymount L 13-18 Cal Poly Pomona L 13-21 Claremont-Mudd W 69-00 Cal Tech W 34-31 Azusa Pacific L 13-16 Occidental L 07-09 St. Mary’s (Cal.) L 07-18 La Verne 169-136

1971 3-5-0 (Club) L 13-29 UC Riverside W 22-17 Occidental L 00-02 Claremont-Mudd W 21-20 La Verne L 07-14 Pomona-Pitzer W 41-31 Azusa Pacific L 19-50 Cal Poly Pomona L 21-23 Loyola Marymount 144-206 1972 6-3-1 (Club) L 14-34 UC Riverside W 14-06 Claremont-Mudd W 19-07 Occidental L 16-29 CS Los Angeles L 21-27 La Verne W 28-06 Pomona-Pitzer W 35-18 Loyola Marymount T 07-07 USIU W 41-27 Azusa Pacific W 14-13 Westminster (Utah) 209-174 1973 9-2-1 L 16-20 UC Riverside W 35-07 Claremont-Mudd W 34-14 Occidental W 57-07 Pomona-Pitzer W 31-14 La Verne W 46-00 St. Mary’s (Cal.) T 28-28 Humboldt State W 47-11 Azusa Pacific W 56-20 USIU W 61-00 Loyola Marymount W 30-27 CS Los Angeles L 14-21 Wittenberg# 455-169 1974 3-8-0 L 13-17 CS Northridge L 07-15 Azusa Pacific L 06-40 Cal Lutheran W 14-09 La Verne L 12-14 Whittier L 10-36 CS Los Angeles W 40-26 Pomona-Pitzer L 07-53 Humboldt State L 00-29 USIU W 23-17 St. Mary’s (Cal.) L 00-48 UC Riverside 132-304 1975 2-7-0 L 12-31 Redlands W 26-06 La Verne L 00-48 CS Northridge L 29-32 Whittier W 48-00 Pomona-Pitzer L 00-02 Azusa Pacific** L 00-41 USIU L 06-48 Cal Lutheran L 00-18 St. Mary’s (Cal.) 121-226 1976 1-7-1 L 07-33 Redlands T 30-30 USIU L 18-19 Occidental L 00-10 Whittier L 06-49 CS Northridge L 14-18 Azusa Pacific L 10-30 CS Los Angeles L 00-47 Cal Lutheran W 16-14 St. Mary’s (Cal.) 101-250 1977 3-7-0 L 17-25 Cal Lutheran W 02-00 Redlands* W 34-00 Pomona-Pitzer L 13-21 Occidental L 12-16 Whittier L 20-56 CS Northridge L 07-16 Azusa Pacific L 00-09 CS Los Angeles W 13-07 USIU L 21-24 St. Mary’s (Cal.) 137-176

1978 7-3-0 W 02-00 Cal Lutheran* L 22-24 Redlands W 27-23 Pomona-Pitzer W 21-16 Occidental W 20-14 Whittier L 09-10 Claremont-Mudd L 06-35 Azusa Pacific W 47-00 Edwards AFB W 38-20 USIU W 27-11 St. Mary’s (Cal.) 219-153 1979 5-6-0 W 38-16 Edwards AFB L 00-39 Cal Lutheran W 23-14 Redlands W 35-16 Pomona-Pitzer W 21-14 Whittier W 27-02 Occidental L 08-38 Claremont-Mudd L 14-16 Azusa Pacific L 08-28 USIU L 07-37 St. Mary’s (Cal.) L 12-21 La Verne 193-241 1980 6-5-0 L 23-36 Cal Lutheran L 15-30 at Redlands L 14-27 Claremont-Mudd W 17-07 Pomona-Pitzer L 17-20 at Occidental W 33-13 Whittier W 17-11 at La Verne L 07-31 at Azusa Pacific W 14-07 Sonoma State W 41-00 Edwards AFB W 10-07 St. Mary’s (Cal.) 208-189 1981 9-1-0 W 17-03 Redlands W 47-13 at Claremont-Mudd W 24-13 at Pomona-Pitzer W 38-13 Occidental W 31-28 at Whittier W 23-15 La Verne W 27-06 Azusa Pacific W 27-14 San Francisco W 42-27 Chapman L 14-31 at St. Mary’s (Cal.) 290-163 1982 4-6-0 W 32-00 at Redlands W 40-00 Claremont-Mudd W 31-13 Pomona-Pitzer L 20-34 at Occidental L 18-20 Whittier L 14-20 at La Verne L 09-15 at Azusa Pacific W 24-07 Cal Poly Pomona L 17-20 USC J.V. L 14-31 St. Mary’s (Cal.) 219-160 1983 5-5-0 W 14-13 Redlands W 34-14 at Claremont-Mudd W 34-10 at Pomona-Pitzer L 07-28 Occidental W 23-19 at Whittier W 28-14 La Verne L 21-40 CS Hayward L 22-46 at Cal Lutheran L 06-10 Azusa Pacific L 00-06 at St. Mary’s (Cal.) 189-200 1984 1-8-1 L 09-13 Redlands L 13-23 Claremont-Mudd T 22-22 Pomona-Pitzer L 00-23 at Chico State L 13-31 at La Verne L 03-30 Cal Lutheran L 07-34 at Azusa Pacific W 31-28 at UCSB L 10-24 Azusa Pacific L 03-14 St. Mary’s (Cal.) 111-242

1985 5-5-0 L 17-21 at Redlands L 08-32 Whittier W 10-07 at Pomona-Pitzer W 08-07 at Claremont-Mudd L 14-27 at Occidental W 21-17 La Verne W 17-06 Cal Poly Pomona L 14-27 Azusa Pacific W 21-07 UC Santa Barbara L 20-21 at St. Mary’s (Cal.) 150-172 1986 4-6-0 W 20-16 at Whittier L 19-21 at La Verne W 21-03 Redlands W 42-16 at Pomona-Pitzer L 09-13 Claremont-Mudd W 02-00 at Azusa Pacific* L 09-14 UC Santa Barbara L 07-10 St. Mary’s (Cal.) L 07-41 Occidental L 08-34 at Menlo 144-168 1987 6-3-1 T 13-13 at Occidental W 28-00 at Redlands W 28-00 La Verne W 28-00 Whittier L 18-23 Azusa Pacific W 42-06 Pomona-Pitzer W 23-07 at Claremont-Mudd W 07-00 at UCSB L 07-34 at St. Mary’s (Cal.) L 15-17 Menlo 209-100 1988 5-4-0 W 02-00 at Menlo* W 17-08 Claremont-Mudd L 10-17 Redlands W 23-07 at Pomona-Pitzer W 21-06 at Whittier L 16-20 Occidental W 31-21 at La Verne L 10-13 UC Santa Barbara L 13-14 at Azusa Pacific 143-106 1989 7-2-0 W 24-06 Azusa Pacific W 19-00 Whittier W 30-13 at Claremont-Mudd W 23-17 at Redlands W 31-06 Pomna-Pitzer L 17-23 at Occidental W 38-17 La Verne L 03-51 at UCSB W 31-19 Menlo 216-152 1990 7-2-0 W 20-12 Occidental W 31-07 Claremont-Mudd W 13-00 at La Verne L 14-28 Redlands W 21-17 at Pomona-Pitzer L 03-24 UC Santa Barbara W 16-03 at Whittier W 28-14 at Menlo W 21-10 at Azusa-Pacific 167-115 1991 7-3-0 W 13-03 Menlo W 17-14 at Redlands L 20-21 at Cal Lutheran L 20-21 at CS Hayward W 31-07 Whittier W 30-03 at Claremont-Mudd W 38-37 La Verne W 56-03 Pomona-Pitzer L 34-42 Azusa Pacific W 28-19 at Occidental 287-170


1992 7-2-1 W 14-13 CS Hayward T 21-21 at La Verne L 07-28 Redlands W 42-13 Claremont-Mudd W 21-20 Cal Lutheran W 33-21 at Whittier W 42-35 at Azusa Pacific L 35-48 Occidental W 33-28 at Pomona-Pitzer W 36-06 at Menlo 284-233 1993 6-4-0 W 32-07 Menlo W 30-28 La Verne L 07-30 at Dayton+ L 25-35 at Valparaiso+ W 27-21 at Cal Lutheran L 21-27 at Evansville+ W 28-27 Butler+ W 24-21 Azusa Pacific L 14-17 Drake+ W 44-14 Wagner 252-227 1994 6-4-0 W 37-14 at Menlo L 21-52 St. Mary’s L 9-14 at Drake+ W 29-24 Cal Lutheran W 33-27 Valparaiso+ W 45-35 at Wagner W 28-16 Evansville L 21-38 at Butler+ W 49-21 at Azusa Pacific L 24-42 Dayton+ 296-283 1995 5-5-0 L 13-20 Chico State L 3-30 at Dayton+ W 28-21 at California Lu W 35-18 at Valparaiso+ W 21- 0 Azusa Pacific W 19-17 at Evansville+ L 3-16 at Redlands L 0- 9 Drake+ W 37-16 Butler+ L 17-20 Wagner 176-167 1996 4-6-0 L 9-13 at Chico State W 44-19 Cal Lutheran L 7-34 at Drake+ W 10-7 Valparaiso+ L 3-52 at St. Mary’s L 23-24 Evansville+ L 3-34 at Butler+ W 20-0 Whittier W 44-34 at Azusa Pacific L 34-40 Dayton+ 197-257 1997 8-3-0 W 25-15 Azusa Pacific L 20-30 St. Mary’s W 15-8 Redlands L 32-39 at Cal Lutheran W 55-20 at Evansville+ W 24-14 Butler+ L 25-49 at Dayton+ W 39-30 Drake+ W 52-35 at Valparaiso+ W 30-18 at Whittier W 52-29 Wagner 369-287 1998 L 7-14 W 42-30 L 13-19 L 13-26 W 28-14 L 27-29 L 7-24 L 13-37 L 7-31 L 27-35 184-259

2-8-0 Azusa Pacific at Wagner Redlands at Cal Lutheran Central CT at Butler+ Fairfield at Drake+ Valparaiso+ Dayton+

1999 L 19-26 W 40-13 W 30-14 L 6-17 L 0-41 W 42-14 L 7-14 L 20-41 W 20-9 W 31-12 215-201

5-5-0 at Azusa Pacific Whittier Cal Lutheran Yale at Dayton+ Butler+ at Valparaiso+ Drake+ Stony Brook Wagner

2000 L 23-24 W 35-21 L 20-36 W 39-37 L 12-52 W 38-20 L 13-27 W 38-37 L 10-32 L 14-27 242-313

4-6-0 Azusa Pacific at Whittier at Brown Menlo at Drake+ Central CT Davidson at Butler+ Valparaiso+ Dayton+

2001 6-3-0 W 34-13 Azusa Pacific W 21-12 at Redlands W 31-24 Drake + L 14-35 at Dayton + W 38-35 Fairfield L 16-19 Butler + W 20-17 at Valparaiso + L 21-24 Georgetown W 41-24 Wagner 236-203 2002 5-5-0 L 25-41 Azusa Pacific W 39-08 La Verne L 14-49 at Yale W 44-20 Jacksonville L 03-34 Western Oregon W 35-26 at Butler + W 59-27 Valparaiso + W 51-46 at Drake + L 10-31 Southern Oregon L 17-27 Dayton + 297-309 2003 8-2-0 L 14-24 Azusa Pacific W 54-7 at Davidson W 45-7 La Verne W 46-45 ot Holy Cross W 24-19 Southern Oregon W 41-35 Drake + L 34-41 at Valparaiso + W 47-0 Marist W 53-7 Butler + W 41-30 at Dayton + 399-215 2004 7-4-0 L 17-24 at Azusa Pacific W 37-31 at Holy Cross L 18-61 Penn L 17-24 Princeton W 51-10 Southern Oregon L 38-41 at Drake + W 49-14 Valparaiso + W 56-0 Davidson W 41-12 at Butler + W 38-35 Dayton + W 35-14 Wagner 397-266 2005 11-1-0 W 30-6 Azusa Pacific W 51-0 So. Oregon W 17-14 Yale L 17-20 at Princeton W 56-0 vs. Menlo (@ SJCC) W 49-7 Butler+ W 48-24 at Dayton+ W 31-26 Drake+ W 63-21 at Valparaiso+ W 60-12 Chapman W 42-35 Marist W 47-40 Morehead St. ^ 511-205 2006 W 27-0 W 41-7 W 43-17 W 50-21 W 56-3 W 68-7 W 37-0 W 44-21 W 38-21 W 56-14 L 27-37 W 27-7 514-134

11-1-0 Azusa Dixie State at Yale at Davidson+ Butler+ Valparaiso+ at Drake+ Morehead State+ at Jacksonville+ Dayton+ at UC Davis at Monmouth%

2007 W 42-32 W 38-17 W 49-13 W 56-9 W 41-27 W 59-19 W 62-23 L 16-35 W 52-49 W 27-14 L 46-49 488-287

9-2-0 Azusa Marist No. Colorado Butler+ Valparaiso+ Drake+ Jacksonville+ Dayton+ Davidson+ Morehead State+ UC Davis

2008 W 40-22 W 38-10 W 43-7 W 43-17 W 42-14 W 41-17 L 29-30 L 22-30 W 28-24 W 34-17 W 28-20 388-208

9-2-0 Marist Azusa Pacific at Campbell + at Drake + Valparaiso + Morehead State + Jacksonville Dayton+ at Davidson + Butler + UC Davis

TEAM Air Force Academy Azusa Pacific Univ. Brown University Butler University California Lutheran Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly-SLO Cal State Hayward Cal State Long Beach Cal State Los Angeles Cal State Northridge Cal Tech Campbell Central Connecticut Chapman College Chico State Chino Institute Claremont-Mudd Colorado Western State Davidson Dayton, University of Dixie State College Drake University Evansville, Univ. of Fairfield University Georgetown Holy Cross Humboldt State Jacksonville (Fla.) J.V. Teams Idaho State International Teams La Verne, Univ. of Lewis and Clark Loyola Marymount Marist College Menlo College Military Teams Montana State Montana, University of Morehead State New Mexico Military New Mexico Western Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Occidental College University of Pacific Univ. of Pennsylvania Pepperdine University Pomona-Pitzer Colleges Princeton University University of Redlands St. Mary’s College (Cal.) San Diego State Univ. San Francisco, Univ. of San Francisco State Sonoma State Southern Cal College Southern Oregon Southern Utah Stony Brook UC Davis UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara USD Alumni U.S. International Valparaiso, Univ. of Wagner College Western Oregon Westminster College Whittier College Wittenberg College Yale University TOTALS

All-Time Game Results & Series Record W 0 20 0 12 7 2 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 2 2 0 1 12 1 5 4 1 8 3 1 0 2 0 3 2 1 3 16 1 2 4 9 7 0 1 4 1 2 0 1 8 0 0 4 20 0 11 5 0 1 0 1 2 3 0 1 1 0 3 1 3 10 7 0 1 16 0 2 239

L 1 21 1 4 11 5 1 2 1 4 4 0 0 0 0 3 0 7 0 1 12 0 8 2 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 6 0 3 0 2 5 3 0 0 0 1 2 0 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 15 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 4 4 0 4 5 1 1 0 8 1 2 193

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7

PF PA 0 46 917 808 20 36 560 109 323 516 101 192 14 36 55 74 12 14 66 131 39 170 89 6 43 7 66 34 102 39 22 56 46 14 417 252 46 14 253 128 386 524 41 7 439 429 146 104 45 59 21 24 46 45 35 101 173 94 67 41 24 0 101 19 550 383 33 0 136 99 167 74 297 151 282 232 13 99 24 13 159 92 14 12 53 57 27 74 49 13 399 410 7 40 18 61 111 45 702 253 17 24 342 344 278 453 12 42 27 14 6 60 14 7 94 28 136 60 0 0 20 9 101 106 43 131 84 137 26 8 170 210 487 360 307 178 3 34 14 13 506 364 14 21 80 97 10,692 9,215

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POINTS

SCORING

Career 302 John Matthews 284 JT Rogan 236 Evan Harney 216 Adam Hannula 202 Dylan Ching 180 Evan Hlavacek Season 126 John Matthews 122 Evan Harney 114 Evan Harney 104 JT Rogan 96 Jermaine Rucker 96 Hutch Parker Game 30 M. Gasperson 24 JT Rogan 24 Adam Hannula 24 Jon Polk 24 Evan Harney 24 Oscar Arzu 24 Dylan Ching 24 Evan Hlavacek 24 Jermaine Rucker 24 JT Rogan 24 John Matthews 24 Wes Doyle

2005-08 2005-08 2003-04 2002-05 1996-99 1993-96 2008 2003 2004 2006 1994 2007 2002 vs. Valparaiso 2005 vs. Dayton 2005 vs. Valparaiso 2005 vs. Marist 2003 vs. Valpo/Butler 1999 vs. Whittier 1997 vs. Drake 1996 vs. Cal Lutheran, 1995 vs. Valparaiso 1994 vs. Azusa 2007 vs. Valparaiso 2007 vs. Davidson 2007 vs. No. Colorado

TOUCHDOWNS

Career 50 John Matthews 47 JT Rogan 39 Evan Harney 36 Adam Hannula 32 Dylan Ching 30 Evan Hlavacek Season 21 John Matthews 20 Evan Harney 19 Evan Harney 18 JT Rogan 17 JT Rogan 16 Jermaine Rucker 13 Adam Hannula Game 5 M. Gasperson 4 JT Rogan 4 JT Rogan 4 Adam Hannula 4 Jon Polk 4 Evan Harney 4 Oscar Arzu 4 Dylan Ching 4 Evan Hlavacek 4 Jermaine Rucker 4 John Matthews 4 Wes Doyle

FIELD GOALS Career 33

Hutch Parker Adam Williams Tim Roth Matt Young Dylan Mora

20 19 16 9 Season 11 Tim Roth 11 Adam Williams 9 Hutch Parker 9 Adam Williams 8 Tim Roth 7 Two Players Game 4 Tim Roth 3 Hutch Parker 3 Adam Williams 2 Several Players

EXTRA POINTS Career 197 75 67 53 43

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Hutch Parker Adam Williams Matt Young Tim Roth Dylan Mora

2005-08 2005-08 2003-04 2002-05 1996-99 1993-96 2008 2003 2004 2007 2006 1994 2003 2002 vs. Valparaiso 2005 vs. Dayton 2007 vs. Valparaiso 2005 vs. Valparaiso 2005 vs. Marist 003 vs. Valpo/Butler 1999 vs. Whittier 1997 vs. Drake 1996 vs. Cal Lutheran 1995 vs. Valparaiso 1994 vs. Azusa 2007 vs. Davidson 2007 vs. No. Colorado

2004-2007 2002-03 1996-97 1993-95 1998-01 1997 2002 2005, 2006, 2007 2003 1996 1997 vs. Azusa 2005 vs. Azusa/Yale 2002 vs. Jacksonville

2004-2007 2002-2003 1993-95 1996-97 1998-01

Season 62 Hutch Parker 61 Hutch Parker 45 Hutch Parker 41 Adam Williams 34 Adam Williams

2005 2007 2004 2003 2002

Game 9 Hutch Parker

2005 vs. Valpo

8

Josh McSorley

2006 vs. Valpo

8 7 7

Hutch Parker Hutch Parker Tim Roth

2007 vs. Drake Four Times 1997 vs. Evansville/Wagner

8 8

Hutch Parker 2005 vs. Menlo Adam Williams 2002 vs. Valpo

RUSHING MOST ATTEMPTS

Career 588 Evan Harney 576 JT Rogan 519 Oscar Arzu 325 Evan Hlavacek 318 Jared Keo 294 Kenneth Villalobos Season 303 Evan Harney 285 Evan Harney 196 Jermaine Rucker 192 Oscar Arzu 199 JT Rogan 190 JT Rogan Game 43 Evan Harney 34 Evan Harney 33 Evan Harney 32 Evan Harney 32 Evan Harney 31 JT Rogan 31 JT Rogan

2003-04 2005-07 1997-00 1993-96 1994-97 2000-02 2004 2003 1994 2000 2007 2006 2003 vs. Holy Cross 2004 vs. Butler 2003 vs. Valparaiso 2003 vs. Dayton 2004 vs. Princeton/VU 2005 vs. Drake 2007 vs. Morehead St.

YARDS GAINED

Career 3013 JT Rogan 2809 Evan Harney 2576 Oscar Arzu 1808 Jermaine Rucker 1396 Kenneth Villalobos 1282 Evan Hlavacek Season 1475 Evan Harney 1334 Evan Harney 1332 Jermaine Rucker 1041 Oscar Arzu 1021 JT Rogan 1002 JT Rogan 944 JT Rogan Game 229 Evan Harney 220 Oscar Arzu 215 Evan Harney 215 Jermaine Rucker 213 Oscar Arzu

2005-08 2003-04 1997-00 1993-94 2000-02 1993-96 2003 2004 1994 1999 2007 2006 2005 2003 vs. Marist 1998 vs. Wagner 2003 vs. La Verne 1993 vs. Valparaiso 1999 vs. Whittier

PASSING PASSES ATTEMPTED Career 1065 Josh Johnson 851 Eric Rasmussen 799 Mike Stadler 475 Vince Moiso 389 Todd Mortensen Season 389 Todd Mortensen 371 Josh Johnson 358 Sebastian Trujillo 318 Eric Rasmussen 311 Mike Stadler 301 Josh Johnson Game 57 Todd Mortensen 54 Todd Mortensen 46 Josh Johnson 44 Mike Stadler 44 Sebastian Trujillo PASSES COMPLETED Career 724 Josh Johnson 512 Eric Rasmussen 426 Mike Stadler 239 Vince Moiso 234 Todd Mortensen Season 260 Josh Johnson 246 Josh Johnson 239 Sebastian Trujillo 234 Todd Mortensen 206 Josh Johnson 195 Eric Rasmussen 170 Eric Rasmussen Game 37 Todd Mortensen 35 Todd Mortensen 32 Josh Johnson

2004-2007 2000-03 1996-00 1993-94 2004 2004 2005, 2006 2008 2003 1998 2007 2004 vs. Penn 2004 vs. Dayton 2005 vs. Princeton 1998 vs. Dayton 2008 vs. Dayton

30 28 27 27

Josh Johnson Josh Johnson Sebastian Trujillo Josh Johnson

2006 vs. Jacksonville 2006 vs. Yale 2008 vs. Dayton 2006 vs. Davidson

YARDS GAINED PASSING Career 9699 Josh Johnson 7487 Eric Rasmussen 5844 Mike Stadler 3528 Vince Moiso 2874 Todd Mortensen Season 3320 Josh Johnson 3256 Josh Johnson 2988 Josh Johnson 2982 Eric Rasmussen 2874 Todd Mortensen 2822 Sebastian Trujillo Game 467 Eric Rasmussen 464 Todd Mortensen 428 Josh Johnson 406 Josh Johnson 403 Josh Johnson 395 Eric Rasmussen

2004-07 2000-03 1996-00 1993-94 2004 2006 2005 2007 2003 2004 2008 2003 vs. Davidson 2004 vs. Dayton 2007 vs. Davidson 2007 vs. Butler 2007 vs. Marist 2002 vs. Valparaiso

TOUCHDOWN PASSES THROWN Career 113 Josh Johnson 75 Eric Rasmussen 58 Mike Stadler 30 Vince Moiso 25 Todd Mortensen Season 43 Josh Johnson 36 Josh Johnson 35 Sebastian Trujillo 35 Eric Rasmussen 34 Josh Johnson 30 Mike Stadler 25 Todd Mortensen 25 Eric Rasmussen Game 7* Josh Johnson * all in 1st half 7 Eric Rasmussen 6 Eric Rasmussen 6 Eric Rasmussen 6 Josh Johnson 6 Josh Johnson 6 Josh Johnson

2004-07 2000-03 1996-00 1993-94 2004 2007 2005 2008 2003 2006 1997 2004 2002 2005 vs. Valparaiso 2002 vs. Valparaiso 2003 vs. Davidson 2003 vs. Dayton 2007 vs. No. Colorado 2007 vs. Butler 2007 vs. Davidson

RECEIVING MOST PASSES CAUGHT Career 247 195 189 173 153

Adam Hannula John Matthews Dylan Ching Wes Doyle Nick Garton

Season 102 John Matthews 73 Adam Hannula 73 Wes Doyle 72 Adam Hannula 63 Dylan Ching 58 Adam Hannula 57 Michael Gasperson Game 14 John Matthews 11 John Matthews 11 Michael Gasperson 11 Adam Hannula 10 Adam Hannula 10 Adam Hannula 10 Dylan Ching 10 Wes Doyle

2002-05 2005-08 1996-99 2004-07 2002-05 2008 2005 2007 2003 1998 2004 2002 2008 vs. Butler 2007 vs. Davidson 2004 vs. Dayton 2002 vs. Drake 2005 vs. Valparaiso 2003 vs. Valparaiso 1998 vs. Cal Lu 2007 vs. Davidson

YARDS PASS RECEIVING 2004-07 2000-03 1996-00 1993-94 2004 2005 2006 2008 2004 2007 2003 2002 2004 vs. Dayton 2004 vs. Penn 2007 vs. Davidson

Career 3615 3482 3111 2393 2254 1894 1439 Season 1478 1161 1088 1000 926 915 909 907

John Matthews Adam Hannula Dylan Ching Wes Doyle Nick Garton Michael Gasperson Evan Hlavacek

2005-08 2002-05 1996-99 2004-07 2002-05 2000-04 1993-96

John Matthews Adam Hannula John Matthews Adam Hannula Wes Doyle Dylan Ching Wes Doyle Michael Gasperson

2008 2003 2007 2005 2007 1997 & 1998 2006 2002


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234 231 218 217 209 195 190 190

Nick Garton John Matthews Michael Gasperson John Matthews Adam Hannula Adam Hannula Wes Doyle John Matthews

45 45

50 36 32 26 26

John Matthews Adam Hannula Dylan Ching Wes Doyle Nick Garton

2005-08 2002-2005 1996-99 2004-07 2002-05

21 16 13 13 12 12

John Matthews John Matthews Wes Doyle Adam Hannula Nick Garton Dylan Ching

2008 2007 2007 2003 2003 1997 & 1998

Game

5 4 4 4 4

M. Gasperson Adam Hannula Dylan Ching Wes Doyle John Matthews

2002 vs.Valparaiso 2005 vs. Valparaiso 1997 vs. Drake 2007 vs. No. Colo. 2007 vs. Davidson

MISCELLANEOUS TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS GAINED Career

11563 Josh Johnson 7617 Eric Rasmussen 5978 Mike Stadler 3879 Vince Moiso 3301 Evan Harney 3132 Dylan Ching

2004-2007 2000-03 1996-00 1993-94 2003-04 1996-99

4040 3714 3635 3061 2855 2849 2443

2006 2007 2005 2003 2008 2004 2002

Season

Josh Johnson Josh Johnson Josh Johnson Eric Rasmussen Sebastian Trujillo Todd Mortensen Eric Rasmussen

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS GAINED Career

5344 4514 4163 4036 3654 3301

JT Rogan Dylan Ching Evan Hlavacek John Matthews Adam Hannula Evan Harney

2005-08 1996-99 1993-96 2005-08 2002-05 2003-04

2249 1734 1662 1567 1508 1465

JT Rogan Evan Harney JT Rogan Evan Harney John Matthews Jermaine Rucker

2007 2003 2006 2004 2008 1994

Season

PUNTING AVERAGE Career

39.8 39.6 39.5 38.9 37.4

Mike Buhler Tim Roth Dylan Mora Robert Ray Brent Labarrere

1994-96 1995-97 1999-01 1993-94 2000-03

42.0 41.0 41.4 40.2 39.9 39.9

Dylan Mora Kyle Negrete Tim Roth Mike Buhler George Villa Robert Ray

2001 2008 1997 1996 2005 1994

Season

LONGEST FIELD GOALS

49 48 46 46

Tim Roth Matt Young John Koker Adam Williams

1999 vs. Wagner 2007 vs. UC Davis

2003 vs. Davidson 2008 vs. Azusa Pacific PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 2004 vs. Dayton Season 2007 vs. UC Davis 11.1 Dylan Mora 2000 2003 vs. Marist 9.4 Gavin Ng 2001 2002 vs. Drake 9.2 Gavin Ng 2002 2006 vs. Yake 8.6 Evan Hlavacek 1996 2007 vs. Davidson 8.4 Nick Garton 2005 8.4 Dylan Ching 1997

TOUCHDOWN PASSES CAUGHT Career

Season

Rafael Ocampo Hutch Parker

1997 vs. Valparaiso 1995 vs. Butler 2004 vs. Princeton 2003 vs. Marist

KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE Season

33.2 30.6 28.9 28.1 28.0 27.1

JT Rogan Evan Hlavacek JT Rogan Brian Luman Jeb Dougherty Nick Garton

2007 (led nation) 1995 2006 2000 1996 2004

LONGEST RUSHING PLAYS

92 89 87 86 85 78 77 76

Jermaine Rucker Josh Johnson Matt Jelmini Evan Harney Oscar Arzu Evan Harney Kevin Herron Evan Hlavacek

1994 vs. Menlo 2007 vs. No. Colorado 2008 vs. Valparaiso 2003 vs. Marist 1999 vs. Butler 2003 vs. Valparaiso 2004 vs. Valparaiso 1996 vs. Cal Lu

LONGEST RECEPTIONS

83 80 80 80 78 75

Nick Garton John Matthews Adam Hannula Evan Hlavacek Matt Hackett Dylan Ching

LONGEST PUNT

73 66 63 62 62

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Dylan Mora Robert Ray Mike Buhler Dylan Mora Brent Labarrere

Kyle Negrete Jeb Dougherty Gavin Ng Evan Hlavacek Jeb Dougherty JT Rogan JT Rogan

68 62 53 47 47 46 46

Ben Hannula Dylan Mora Gavin Ng Khalid Maxie Taylor Wright Gavin Ng Adam Smith

2008 vs. Dayton 1993 vs. Azusa 2001 vs. Azusa 1995 vs. Cal Lu 1996 vs. Azusa 2007 vs. No. Colo. 2006 vs. Valpo 2005 vs. Valpo 2000 vs. Dayton 2002 vs. La Verne 1998 vs. Fairfield 2008 vs. Valparaiso 2002 vs. Valpo 1993 vs. Azusa

2005 vs. Valparaiso 2007 vs. Drake 1993 vs. Wagner 1997 vs. Evansville 2007 vs. Azusa Pac. 2004 vs. Holy Cross

312 310 278 272 261

Jeb Dougherty Doug Popovich Bryan Baxter Brian Luman Kyle Slusser

1993-1996 1993-1995 1997-2001 1998-2001 1997-2001

142 125 113 104 101

Doug Popovich Doug Popovich Jeb Dougherty Jeff Langdon Brian Luman

1994 1995 1996 2004 2000

Season

INTERCEPTIONS Career 15 12 11 9 8

Kyle Slusser Kaeo Gouveia Brian Luman Patrick O’Neill Jeff Langdon

1997-2001 1996-1999 1998-2001 2006-07 2001-2004

6 6 5

Jeff Langdon Kyle Slusser Five Players

2004 1998

3 2

Kyle Slusser 1999 vs. Wagner Thirteen Players

Season Game

TEAM

POINTS IN A GAME 68 63 62 60 59 59

vs. Valpo vs. Valparaiso vs. Jacksonville vs. Chapman vs. Valparaiso vs. Drake

2006 2005 2007 2005 2002 2007

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS, GAME

DEFENSE TOTAL TACKLES Career

2002 vs. Dayton 1994 vs. St. Mary’s 1994 vs. Butler 1996 vs. Chico State 1995 vs. Drake

2001 vs. Dayton 1994 vs. Butler 1995 vs. Evansville 2000 vs. Brown 2002 vs. Yale

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURNS Mark Johnson Ben Hannula Scott Buccola Kujanga Jackson Patrick O’Neill Chase McBride

Andy Guzenski Doug Popovich Doug Popovich Jeb Dougherty Doug Popovich

TOTAL OFFENSE, GAME

LONGEST PUNT RETURNS

100 99 95 93 93 84

26 23 23 22 22

2003 vs. Davidson 2007 vs. Marist 2003 vs. Marist 1993 vs. Drake 2000 vs. Butler 1996 vs. Dayton

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURNS

98 98 95 95 94 93

Game

663 626 648 593 593 587

59 57 56 56 56

vs. Marist vs. Davidson vs. Davidson vs. Valparaiso vs. Jacksonville vs. Dayton

vs. Whittier vs. Azusa Pacific vs. Holy Cross vs. Butler vs. Azusa Pacific

2003 2003 2006 2002 2006 2006

1999 1994 2003 1993 1996

MOST RUSHING YARDS, GAME 434 405 338 331 313 303

vs. Butler vs. Whittier vs. Menlo College vs. Davidson vs. Valparaiso vs. Valparaiso

1999 1999 1994 2006 2004 1993

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS, GAME 61 54 48 46 45 44

vs. Penn vs. Dayton vs. Princeton vs. Brown vs. Dayton vs. Dayton

2004 2004 2005 2000 2008 1998

MOST PASS COMPLETIONS, GAME 37 33 32 30 29 28 27 27

vs. Dayton & Penn vs. Davidson vs. Butler vs. Jacksonville vs. Davidson vs. Yale vs. Dayton vs. Dayton

2004 2007 2005 2006 2006 2006 2008 2006

MOST PASSING YARDS, GAME 467 464 431 423 413 403 404

vs. Davidson vs. Dayton vs. Valparaiso vs. Davidson vs. Valparaiso vs. Marist vs. Morehead St.

2003 2004 2002 2007 2007 2007 2005

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FCS PFL Standings (1993-08) YEARLY USD TORERO FCS RESULTS (1993-08)

Josh Johnson (2004-07) 30-4 as USD Starter 2007 Walter Payton Finalist 5th Round Draft Pick-Tampa Bay

Jim Harbaugh (2004-06) 2-time Mid-Major National

Champions (‘05, ‘06)

1993 PFL OVERALL *Dayton 5-0 9-1 Drake 3-2 8-2 Butler 3-2 4-6 Evansville 2-3 6-4 San Diego 1-4 6-4 Valparaiso 1-4 5-5

NC 4-1 5-0 1-4 4-1 5-0 4-1

1994 *Dayton *Butler Drake San Diego Valparaiso Evansville

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

NC 4-1 3-2 4-1 4-1 5-0 4-1

1995 *Drake Dayton San Diego Evansville Valparaiso Butler

PFL OVERALL 5-0 8-1-1 4-1 9-2 3-2 5-5 1-4 5-5 1-4 5-5 1-4 2-8

NC 3-1-1 4-1 2-3 4-1 4-1 1-4

1996 *Dayton Drake Evansville Butler San Diego Valparaiso

PFL OVERALL 5-0 11-0 4-1 8-3 2-3 5-5 2-3 3-7 1-4 4-6 1-4 4-6

NC 6-0 4-2 3-2 1-4 3-2 3-2

1997 *Dayton San Diego Drake Butler Valparaiso Evansville

PFL OVERALL 5-0 9-1 4-1 8-3 2-3 8-3 2-3 6-4 2-3 3-7 0-5 2-8

NC 4-1 4-2 6-0 4-1 1-4 2-3

1998 *Drake Dayton Valparaiso Butler San Diego

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

NC 3-3 2-3 3-4 3-3 2-4

1999 *Dayton Valparaiso Drake San Diego Butler

PFL 4-0 3-1 2-2 1-3 0-4

OVERALL 6-4 9-2 7-4 5-5 5-5

NC 2-4 6-1 5-2 4-2 5-1

2000 *Dayton *Valparaiso *Drake San Diego Butler

PFL 3-1 3-1 3-1 1-3 0-4

OVERALL 8-3 7-4 7-4 4-6 2-8

NC 5-2 4-3 4-3 3-3 2-4

2003 PFL OVERALL NC San Diego! 3-1 8-2 5-1 *Valparaiso! 3-1 8-4 5-3 Dayton 2-2 9-2 7-0 Drake 1-3 6-6 5-3 Butler 1-3 2-9 1-6 ! denotes PFL North Division Co-Champs *denotes PFL champion; defeated Morehead St. of South Division, 54-42. 2004 PFL OVERALL NC *Drake! 4-0 10-2 6-2 San Diego 3-1 7-4 4-3 Dayton 2-2 7-3 5-1 Valparaiso 1-3 5-6 4-3 Butler 0-4 1-10 1-6 ! denotes PFL North Division Champions *denotes PFL champion; defeated Morehead St.of South Division, 20-17. 2005 PFL OVERALL NC *San Diego! 4-0 11-1 7-1 Dayton 3-1 9-1 6-0 Drake 2-2 6-4 4-2 Valparaiso 1-3 3-8 2-5 Butler 0-4 0-11 0-7 ! denotes PFL North Division Champions *denotes PFL champion; defeated Morehead State of South Division, 47-40. 2006 PFL OVERALL NC *San Diego% 7-0 11-1 4-1 Drake 6-1 9-2 3-1 Davidson 5-2 6-4 1-2 Jacksonviulle 4-3 4-6 0-3 Butler 2-5 3-8 1-2 Morehead State 2-5 2-9 0-4 Dayton 1-6 4-6 3-0 Valparaiso 1-6 3-8 2-2 % denotes Gridiron Classic Champion * denotes PFL Champion 2007 PFL *Dayton 6-1 *San Diego 6-1 Morehead State 5-2 Davidson 4-3 Drake 3-4 Valparaiso 2-5 Jacksonville 2-5 Butler 0-7 * denotes PFL Champion

2008 PFL *Jacksonville 7-1 San Diego 6-2 Dayton 6-2 Butler 4-4 Drake 4-4 4-4 2001 PFL OVERALL NC Morehead State Davidson 3-5 *Dayton 4-0 10-1 5-1 Valparaiso 2-6 San Diego 2-2 6-3 4-1 Campbell 0-8 Butler 2-2 5-5 3-3 * denotes PFL Champion Drake 1-3 5-5 4-2 Valparaiso 1-3 3-8 2-5 *denotes PFL champion; defeated Jacksonville of South Division, 46-14

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Michael Gasperson (2001-04)) 2005 Signed NFL Contract with Philadelphia Eagles

2002 PFL OVERALL NC *Dayton 4-0 10-1 6-1 San Diego 3-1 5-5 2-4 Butler 2-2 4-6 2-4 Drake 1-3 5-6 4-3 Valparaiso 0-4 1-10 1-6 *denotes PFL champion; defeated Morehead State of South Division, 28-0

OVERALL NC 11-1 5-0 9-2 3-1 7-4 2-2 6-4 2-1 6-5 3-1 5-6 3-1 3-8 1-3 4-7 4-0

OVERALL 9-4 9-2 9-3 6-5 6-5 6-6 4-7 3-8 1-10

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NC 2-3 3-0 3-1 2-1 2-1 2-2 1-2 1-2 1-2


ALL - PFL HONORS FIRST TEAM OFFENSE

Scott Steingrebe Kevin Barres Evan Hlavacek Matt Taylor Vince Moiso Jermaine Rucker Matt Young Tim Roth Dylan Ching Mike Stadler Tim Roth Oscar Arzu Christos Renner Justin Dixon Matt Guardia Dylan Mora Michael Gasperson Adam Hannula Jeff Incerty Eric Rasmussen Evan Harney Keith Zapalac Todd Mortensen Matt Koller Josh Johnson Jordan Paopao Reis Rosenbledt Chris Ramsey JT Rogan Gabe DeAnda Wes Doyle Hutch Parker John Matthews Mitch Ryan Sebastian Trujillo Deene Kabiling

WR OL WR OL QB RB PK PK WR QB PK RB OL OL TE WR WR WR TE QB RB OL QB TE QB OL OL TE RB OL QB PK WR TE QB OL

1993 1993 1994-96 1994 1994 1994 1995 1996 1997-99 1997-98 1997 1999-00 1999 2000-02 2001 2001 2002, 04 2003, 05 2003 2003 2003-04 2003-04 2004 2005 2005-07 2005-07 2005-06 2006 2006-07 2006-07 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008

SECOND TEAM OFFENSE

Matt Taylor Matt Young Jon Walker Aaron Garrison Joel Gonzalez Tom Jackson Matt Hackett Matt Guardia Christos Renner Eric Rasmussen Matt Collins Dylan Mora Gavin Ng Ariel Bellofiore Kenneth Villalobos Keith Zapalac Ariel Bellofiore Adam Hannula Dustin Owen Matt Collins Nick Garton Jon Polk Wes Doyle Ben Hannula Spencer Hollison JT Rogan John Matthews Deene Kabiling Phil Morelli Conrad Smith * return specialist

OL PK OL OL OL QB WR TE OL QB OL PK RS OL RB OL OL WR TE OT WR RB WR WR OL RS* WR OL RB OL

1993 1994 1995-96 1997 1998 1999 2000 2000 2000 2001-02 2001, 03 2001 2001-02 2002 2002 2002 2003 2004 2004 2004 2003-04 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008

FIRST TEAM DEFENSE

Scott Buccola Robert Ray Doug Popovich Curtis DeMers Sal Navarra Mike Buhler Jeb Dougherty Buddy Brown Kaeo Gouveia Bryan Baxter Brian Luman Anthony Banovac Kyle Slusser Andy Guzenski Wesley Morgan Josh Noga Gavin Ng Daniel Howard Jeff Langdon Phil Bretsch Eric Bakhtiari Kyson Hawkins Josh Brisco Chase McBride Gabe Derricks Ronnie Pentz Derek Marten Gabe Derricks

DB P DB LB DB P DB DL CB LB DB DL DB LB DB DL DB DE LB DB DL LB DB DB DB LB LB DB

1993 1993-94 1994-95 1995 1995 1995-96 1996 1997 1998-99 2000 2000 2001 2001 2002-03 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005-07 2005-06 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008

Mike Stadler Tom Jackson Christos Renner Justin Dixon Matt Guardia Eric Rasmussen Will Withers Matt Collins Jeff Incerty Adam Williams Evan Harney Adam Hannula Jeff Incerty Keith Zapalac Nick Garton Brent Labarrere Todd Mortensen Nick Garton Adam Hannula Wes Doyle Dustin Owen Reis Rosenbledt Clayton Austin Ben Hannula Jordan Paopao Jon Polk John Matthews JT Rogan Hutch Parker Mark Cianciulli

QB QB OL OL TE QB WR OL TE PK RB WR TE OL WR WR QB WR WR WR TE OL OL WR OL RB WR RB PK RS

1997-00 1999 1999-00 2001-02 2001 2001-03 2001 2001, 03-04 2002 2002 2003-04 2003-04 2003 2003-04 2003-04 2003 2004 2005 2005 2005-07 2005 2005 2006 2006,2008 2006-07 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007

SECOND TEAM DEFENSE

Neal Weitman LB 1993 Dan Furleigh DB 1993 Jeb Dougherty DB 1994 Buddy Brown DL 1995-96 Ryan Marcos DL 1996 Robert Magnuson LB 1996 Kujanga Jackson DB 1997 Lukas Smart DL 1998 Kyle Slusser DB 1998-99 Anthony Banovac DL 1999 Bryan Baxter LB 1999 Dylan Mora P 2000 Ron Friedman DL 2001 Andy Guzenski LB 2001 Brian Luman DB 2001 Dylan Mora P 2001 Joe Maietta DL 2003 Chris Conroy DL 2003 Josh Pierce DL 2003 Jeff Langdon LB 2003 Kyle Fitzgerald Invert 2003 Allen Russell DB 2003 Adam Combs Invert 2003 Gavin Ng DB 2003 Josh Brisco DB 2004 John Koker P 2004 Eric Stern DL 2006 Patrick O'Neill DB 2006 Ben Hannula DB 2007 John McSorley P 2007 Chris Gianelli DL 2008 Al-Rilwan Adeyemi DB 2008

ALL-ACADEMIC DEFENSE

Doug Popovich Robert Ray Neal Weitman Jeb Dougherty Jesse Hall Mike Buhler Ryan Larson Mike Hartshorne Brandon Camacho Adam Combs Michael DiPasquale Brent Labarrere Bryan Newbrough Christian Conroy Kyle Fitzgerald Tareq Abdulghani Philip Bretsch Adam Ullrich Kyson Hawkins Tyler Evans Chase McBride Patrick O'Neill Josh Brisco Chris Gianelli Ben Hannula

DB P LB DB DB P LB DL DL DB LB P DB DL LB DE DB DL LB LB DB DB DB DL DB

1993-95 1993-94 1993 1994-96 1994 1995-96 1996 1997-98 2000 2001-03 2002 2002 2002-03 2003 2003 2004 2004-05 2005 2005-06 2005 2005-06 2006-08 2006 2006-08 2006-07

ALL-ACADEMIC OFFENSE

Kevin Barres John Lambert Matt Taylor Vince Moiso John Khamis Jeff Prichard

OL RB OL QB QB WR

1993 1993 1993-94 1994 1996 1997

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Sarabeth Pollock begins her third year as the Coordinator of Athletic Academic Support for the University of San Diego. She has worked as a tutor in the Athletic Department since the fall of 2001. She serves as the academic advisor for all sports except Football and Rowing. Her responsibilities include the supervision of the Study Hall and the administration of the tutoring and mentoring programs. Currently, the Academic Support Program employs over 25 tutors who represent a variety of majors across camSarabeth Pollock Academic Support pus, as well as over 12 mentors who are graduate students pursuing their masters degrees in USD’s Counseling Program. The Study Hall and computer lab are open for student-athlete use all year long; during the semester they are open 60 hours per week and provide a quiet, studious atmosphere to foster academic excellence.

"The greatest challenge to a Division I athlete is to balance the demands of sport while taking full advantage of the educational experience offered. The purpose of our program is to assist student-athletes in meeting this challenge by offering tutoring, advising, mentoring and a quiet environment to study. The academic support program is designed to assist students in adjusting to life at USD and developing sound academic and career plans. By promoting a philosophy of individual responsibility, which encourages each student-athlete to value their educational experience, the academic support program assists each athlete to realize their full potential."

Sarabeth graduated from USD in 2002 in the Honors Program, earning her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and History. She speaks Spanish and French fluently. A 5th generation San Diegan, she resides in Point Loma with her family. In her spare time, Sarabeth enjoys working on her novel that she hopes to have published by the end of the year.

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Former Torero football player, Josh Elkins, enjoys 2004 graduation ceremony.

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The USD Athletic Academic Support Program is designed to promote the academic development of student-athletes. The primary objective is to offer the necessary resources for the academic success of student-athletes as they work to earn their degree. Academic Support Services are designed to enhance the student-athlete’s overall collegiate experience and encourage development and attainment of academic and career goals. All USD student-athletes have access to advising, tutoring and mentoring services. The mentoring program, Torero Blue and MenTorero, were redeveloped in 2005 and team a graduate student in the counseling program with an athlete who would like to enhance study skills, learn about campus resources, receive guidance on goal development and attainment, and benefit from guided group study. Student-athletes also have access to a quiet area where they can study or work in the computer center. In addition, student-athletes are encouraged to utilize the campus learning centers including the Writing, Math and Logic Centers as well as to take advantage of the resources available to them in the Career Center, Counseling Center and Computer Labs.

Shaney Fink

Associate AD for Compliance & Student Services/SWA

Chris Gianelli District VIII, 2008 Wes Doyle 1st Team Offense, 2007 Patrick O'Neill 1st Team Defense, 2007 Chris Gianelli District VIII, 2007 Kyson Hawkins District VIII, 2006 Wes Doyle 2nd Team Offense, 2006 Patrick O'Neill 2nd Team Defense, 2006 Philip Bretsch District VIII, 2005 Nick Garton District VIII, 2005 & 2004 Evan Harney 1st Team Offense, 2004 Jeb Dougherty 1st Team Defense, 1996 Jeb Dougherty 2nd Team Defense, 1995 Doug Popovich 1st Team Defense, 1995 Doug Popovich 1st Team Defense, 1994 John Gomez 2nd Team Defense, 1988 Bryan Day 1st Team Defense, 1988 Bryan Day 1st Team Defense, 1987 Jeff Mansukhani 2nd Team Offense, 1986 Dan Herbert 1st Team Defense, 1981


NCAA COMPLIANCE

I want to play Division I intercollegiate athletics at San Diego… What do I need to do in order to play at San Diego as a freshman? If you intend to participate in Division I or II athletics as a freshman, you must register and be certified by the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse. Your high school counselors should provide you with a student-release form and a brochure titled, “NCAA Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete.” In order to be registered with the clearinghouse, you must complete the student-release form and mail the top (white) copy of the form to the clearinghouse along with the $50 registration fee. Give the yellow and pink copies of the form to a high-school official, who then sends the yellow copy, along with an official copy of your high-school transcript that includes your SAT or ACT score(s), to the clearinghouse. Your high school should keep the pink copy for its files. You may also register online at www.ncaaclearinghouse.net. After graduation and before the school closes for the summer, your school also must send the clearinghouse a copy of your final transcript that confirms graduation from high school. Your counselors can obtain registration materials, at no cost, by calling the clearinghouse at (319) 337-1492 or (877) 262-1492. How do I know if I’m being recruited? You become a “prospective student-athlete” when you start ninth-grade classes. Before the ninth grade, you become a prospective student-athlete if a college gives you (or your relatives or friends) any financial aid or other benefits that the college does not provide prospective students generally. You become a “recruited prospective student-athlete” at a particular college if any coach approaches you (or any member of your family) about enrolling and participating in athletics at that college. Activities by coaches that cause you to become a recruited prospective student-athlete are (1) providing you with an official visit; (2) placing more than one telephone call to you or any other member of your family; or (3) visiting you or any other member of your family anywhere other than the college campus.

parents or legal guardians) may be made under the following circumstances: (1) during the five days immediately before your official visit by the college you will be visiting; (2) on the day of a coach’s off-campus contact with you by that coach; (3) on the initial date for signing the National Letter of Intent in your sport through two days after the initial signing date; and (4) you (or your parents) may telephone a coach at your expense as often as you wish. After a National Letter of Intent is signed, unlimited calls may be placed to the prospect. Off-Campus Contacts: A college coach may contact you in person off the college campus only on or after July 1 after the completion of your junior year in high school. The contact must take place on the prospect’s high school campus and follow restrictions on the sport’s recruiting calendar. A contact is any face-toface meeting between a college coach or athletics staff member and you or your parents, during which any of you say more than “hello.” Also, any such face-toface meeting that is prearranged or that takes place on your campus, at an organized competition or practice involving you or your high school, preparatory school, two-year college or all-star team shall be considered a contact, regardless of the conversation. However, a college coach may visit your high school (with the approval of your high school principal) only once a week during contact period. Evaluations: An evaluation is any off-campus activity used to assess your academic qualifications or athletics ability, including a visit to your high school (during which no contact occurs) or watching you practice or compete at any site. In football, a coach has three evaluation opportunities and six contact opportunities. Once you sign a National Letter of Intent, you may be evaluated an unlimited number of times by a college coach from the college with which you have signed.

Boosters: In addition to general recruiting regulations, no alumni, boosters or representatives of a college’s athletics interests can be involved in your recruitment. There can be no phone calls or letters from boosters. If a USD booster is contacting you, please call the San Diego Compliance Office as soon as possible at (619) 260-7577. Don’t risk your NCAA eligibility!

Letters: Letters and printed recruiting information may be sent to you starting September 1st at the beginning of your junior year in high school. However, you may still contact a university prior to this date to receive general (non-athletic related) information. You may also complete an athletic questionnaire prior to this date.

When can I talk to the coach and have him/her see me play?

What Can I Receive from San Diego? You (or your family) may not receive any benefit, inducement or arrangement, such as cash, clothing, camp, improper expenses, transportation, gifts or loans to encourage you to sign a National Letter of Intent or attend an NCAA college.

Telephone Calls: In Football, a prospect may receive one phone call in May of the prospects junior year in high school and may start receiving additional calls after September 1 of your senior year. After this, a college coach is limited to one telephone call per week to you (or your parents or legal guardians), except that unlimited calls to you (or your

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The Campus The University of San Diego is an independent Catholic institution of higher education. Founded in 1949, USD is located on 180 acres overlooking Mission Bay, San Diego Harbor and the Pacific Ocean. The campus is named Alcalá Park and is located just 10 minutes from downtown San Diego. The campus was named after a Spanish village near Madrid - Alcala de Henares. Founded by the Greeks as Complutum, the village was later renamed Al Kala (the Castle) by the Moslems. Christians recaptured the village centuries later and founded a university whose buildings became the inspiration for USD’s architectural style. Under the leadership of Mother Rosalie Hill of the Society of the Sacred Heart and Bishop Charles Francis Buddy of the Diocese of San Diego, the University of San Diego began as separate colleges for men and women. The first classes met in 1952; the School of Law opened its doors in 1954. By the late 1960’s it became clear that both colleges would benefit from combining academic resources, and in 1972 the University of San Diego became a single coeducational Catholic university. Now governed by a board of trustees independent from the founding organizations, USD is a Roman Catholic institution that welcomes students, faculty and staff of diverse religions, traditions and remains dedicated to the values originally articulated by Mother Hill and Bishop Buddy. Students choose from more than 60 undergraduate and graduate degrees programs in academic divisions including the College of Arts and Sciences and the schools of Business Administration, Leadership and Education Sciences, Law and Nursing and Health Science. The USD campus is regarded as one of the most architecturally unique institutions in the country, featuring major buildings designed in an ornamental 16th century Spanish Renaissance style. Since 1984, USD has completed numerous major construction and expansion projects. In 2000 the Jenny Craig Pavilion, a 5,100-seat athletic center, opened its doors as home to USD basketball and volleyball. Two years ago, the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice opened on the west end of campus, and in 2003 the Donald P. Shiley Center for Science and Technology opened. A five-story Spanish Renaissance parking garage (1,100 spaces) was completed in 1998. A landscaped fountain plaza was finished in the fall of 1995, connecting the entrances of the Immaculata and Hughes Administration Center. In 1992, the university completed the 45,000 square foot Loma Hall, which includes an expanded bookstore, a larger mail center, classrooms and laboratories.


San Diego, California San Diego is truly “America’s Finest City.” A modern metropolis (second largest in California) and a popular year-round resort, San Diego spreads from the coast to the desert, including cliffs, mesas, hills, canyons and valleys. San Diego also surrounds one of California’s greatest natural harbors which has been a dominant factor in determining the city’s history, economy and development. Meteorologists claim San Diego as the country’s only area with perfect climate. This ideal year-round environment posts an average daytime temperature of 70 degrees, with an annual rainfall average of less than 10 inches. Most days are sunny, with humidity generally low, even in the summer. The climate, attractive setting and recreational facilities make San Diego “America’s Finest City.” The city has mostly avoided the evils of urban sprawl, which has allowed its downtown to remain vibrant, especially

the Gaslamp Quarter. San Diego is also home to the world-famous San Diego Zoo as well as Sea World. The city is great for families, but for those without kids, there is a lot to do as well. San Diego is home to a number of military bases, primarily due to its location. In 1941, after the Pearl Harbor attacks, the U.S. established the headquarters of the Pacific Fleet in San Diego, and the city is now home to the largest air naval station on the west coast. Unlike many cities, San Diego’s airport is right next to downtown, increasing its convenience even more. It is hard to believe that San Diego is the nation’s sixth-largest city, it just retains a small town feel. According to Sports Illustrated,“For sheer numbers of participants, diversity of pursuits of involvement, San Diego must rank as the sports fitness capital of the U.S.” Sports are a major feature of the San Diego lifestyle. One can sail, swim, surf, scuba dive, snorkel, wind-surf on 70 miles of public beach or golf at any of the over 80 golf courses throughout

the county. Balboa Park, a 1,158-acre recreation and cultural center, offers 25 tennis courts, two gymnasiums, two municipal golf courses, and one of the nation’s finest zoos. Mission Bay Park is a 4,600-acre playground for jogging, fishing, bicycling, tennis, golf, jet skiing and kite flying. As well as participating in recreational activities, San Diego supports their professional teams -- the NFL Chargers play at Qualcomm Stadium, and the San Diego Padres play at Petco Park. During college football bowl week, San Diego annually hosts the Pacific Life Holiday Bowl in late December. During 1998, Qualcomm Stadium hosted the Super Bowl game between Denver and Green Bay; followed by the World Series between the San Diego Padres and the New York Yankees. The Super Bowl returned to San Diego in 2003. Whatever sporting activity there is, it’s here in San Diego -- the sports capital of the U.S.!


USD ATHLETIC FACILITIES The Jenny Craig Pavilion The Jenny Craig Pavilion serves as home to the Toreros men’s and women’s basketball teams as well as the women’s volleyball team. This 17.5 million dollar area has a seating capacity of 5,100 as has quickly garnered major attention from around the region, and the West Coast Conference selected USD as the site of the 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2008 WCC Basketball Championships, it has hosted the 2002 California Junior College Basketball Championships, the annual Kiwanis Basketball Tournament, the Darrell Russell Celebrity Charity Basketball game, the 2003 NFL Celebrity Basketball Game, the Official Super Bowl XXXVII Luncheon, and the 2004 Judo National Championships. Cunningham Baseball Stadium The Cunningham Baseball Stadium serves as the home diamond to the USD Baseball team. Since its inception in 1970, the stadium has undergon several renovations. Prior to the 2003 campaign, the stadium received several significant additions. A “Turf Tech” synthetic grass surface was installed in the foul areas between first and third base. Secondly, a new press box was built at the top of Cunningham Stadium that keeps the central architectural theme of 16th century Spanish Renaissance alive. In addition, a new public address system has been added. The playing surface consists of “Bullseye” Bermuda grass and the dirt portion of the infield is crushed red brick. In 2006 the stadium received a brand new scoreboard.

Jenny Craig Pavilion

Cunningham Baseball Stadium

Torero Stadium Torero Stadium serves as home to both the USD football and soccer programs. The stadium received renovations that were completed in 2001 to host the WUSA San Diego Spirit, with over $3.5 million dollars spent to enlarge the seating areas and add spectator comforts. Torero stadium capacity is now 7,000. In Torero Stadium 2001, the installation of the upgraded lighting system took place, and the final piece of the renovations was a Daktronics video board that plays movie clips and replays, as well as scoreboard information. The playing surface is “Bullseye” Bermuda grass, with soccer dimensions measuring 118 yards x 72 yards, with football conforming to NCAA regulations. In 2006, the field was named the "Walter J. Zabel Field at Torero Stadium."

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USD Softball Complex The USD Softball Complex serves as the home diamond for the Torero softball team. The playing sur- Manchester Field face is “Bullseye” Bermuda grass, with the facility also including two batting cages that allow players to work on their hitting skills. A lighted LED Daktronics scoreboard sits over the right field fence and allows fans to be updated on game stats. Stadium seating capacity is 325, and spectators are also comforted by a full-service concessions stand and public facilities. The stadium is also lighted, enabling night games. In addition, a new public address system has been added, as well as a press box down the third base line.


SAN DIEGO ADMINISTRATION


A Message From President Lyons The University of San Diego is very proud of the studentathletes that represent our institution on 16 men's and women's NCAA Division-I athletic teams. These are proud and serious competitors, honored to represent the University. The dedication you witness on the playing fields, on the court, on the course, or in the water is greatly matched in the classrooms, the laboratories, on stage, or in the community. Last year thirty-nine percent of our student-athletes carried a grade-point average above 3.2, and 11 of our teams had a cumulative grade-point average above 3.0. Athletics is vital to the University of San Diego, a way students, faculty, staff and alumni come together as one community. I am both a university president and a Torero fan; I look forward to sharing the excitement of Torero athletics with our many fans. Dr. Mary E. Lyons President

Dr. Julie Sullivan Executive V.P. & Provost

Ms. Carmen M. Vazquez V.P. Student Affairs

Dr. Timothy O’Malley V.P. University Relations

Msgr. Daniel Dillabough V.P. Mission & Ministry

University of San Diego Mission Statement The University of San Diego is a Roman Catholic institution committed to advancing academic excellence, expanding liberal and professional knowledge, creating a diverse and inclusive community, and preparing leaders dedicated to ethical conduct and compassionate service. University of San Diego Vision Statement The University of San Diego is becoming a nationally preeminent Catholic university known for educating students who are globally competent, ethical leaders working and serving in our complex and changing world.

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The University of San Diego is a Roman Catholic institution committed to advancing academic excellence, expanding liberal and professional knowledge, creating a diverse and inclusive community, and preparing leaders dedicated to ethical conduct and compassionate service.


KY SNYDER

Executive Director of Athletics Ky Snyder was named Executive Director of Athletics at the University of San Diego on December 10th, 2003. Dr. Mary E. Lyons, USD President, introduced Snyder who returned to USD where he was Director of Athletic Development from 1990 to 1996. He came back to USD from the San Diego International Sports Council where he held the position of President. With the San Diego International Sports Council, Snyder’s primary responsibility was to promote San Diego/Tijuana as the preferred region for sporting events and activities that benefit the community both economically and socially. Accomplishments of the Sports Council bid efforts during Snyder’s tenure included securing San Diego the 1997 and 1998 ESPN Summer X Games, the Suzuki Rock & Roll Marathon, the 1999 Major League Soccer All-Star Game, the Bank of America/U.S. Olympic Cup, NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball First & Second Round (2001) contests, the NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Championships (2001) and Super Bowl XXXVII. In the spring of 2001, Snyder was named the President of the San Diego Super Bowl XXXVII Host Committee. He still serves as President of the San Diego Super Bowl Task Force. Snyder was also the Executive Director of the San Diego International Sports Foundation. Prior to joining the SDISC, Snyder was the Director of Athletic Development at the University of San Diego for six years. At USD he was responsible for establishing the Torero Athletic Association, fund-raising efforts for athletics, managing athletic special events and generating corporate sponsorship of athletics. At USD he oversees an athletic department with seventeen NCAA Division I intercollegiate teams and over 400 student-athletes. He is responsible for all administrative, management and supervisory aspects of the Department of Athletics. Additionally, he oversees the strategic long-range planning and monitoring of budgets, personnel, programs, facilities, fundraising, promotions and marketing, and public relations for an NCAA Division I program consisting of eight sports for men and nine sports for women. He serves on the NCAA Division I Football Rules Committee and as the Corporate Co-Chair of the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes. This past season saw the USD athletics program win its second consecutive WCC Commissioner’s Cup. The conference trophy goes to the school with the top performing athletics program in the eight-team West Coast Conference. Four Torero teams advanced to the NCAA Tournament in 2008-09, while a record six teams made it in 2007-08.

The Snyder Family: (l-r) Riley, Cammy, Sue, Sydney, Ky

Snyder played football at San Diego State University. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing from San Diego State University and has studied in the Master’s Leadership Program at the University of San Diego. Snyder, who has been a San Diego resident for 27 years, has a very athletic family. His wife, Sue, was a former standout member of the United States women’s national volleyball team who played at San Diego State and also coached the Aztecs and University of San Diego’s women’s volleyball teams. In addition, Snyder’s father, Lester, held the position as President of the United States Tennis Association. The Snyder’s reside in Poway with their son Riley (age 16), daughter Sydney (age 13) and daughter Cammy (age 10).

USD ATHLETICS MISSION & VISION STATEMENT Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Mission Statement As part of the University of San Diego, a Roman Catholic University, the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is committed to advancing the academic and athletic excellence and enhancing students’ lives while promoting the University of San Diego. Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Vision Statement As part of the University of San Diego, a Roman Catholic University, the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is educating its student athletes while building leadership and team work qualities and a reputation as winners on and off the field of play.

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Mike Matoso, Senior Associate Director of Athletics Mike Matoso, in his tenth year at USD, begins his fourth year in the position of Senior Associate Athletic Director. He will have the responsibility for the day-to-day operation and management of the department including compliance, personnel, programs, facilities and operations. Mike also supervises men’s basketball, women’s basketball, women’s soccer and men’s tennis. He currently serves on two West Coast Conference committees (Championships and Sportsmanship), as well as one national committee (NCAA Cabinet for Student Athlete Welfare, Financial Aid and Extra Benefits). Matoso had held the title of Associate Athletics Director for Compliance and Administration beginning in the Fall of 2003, and was the department’s Compliance Coordinator for five years. Mike started his Torero career as the department’s Academic Support Coordinator. Prior to USD, he spent three years as the Academic Counselor at USC where he worked with the football, baseball, women’s soccer, swimming and volleyball programs. Prior to USC, Mike served as the Academic Advisor for all 18 intercollegiate programs at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo for two years. He earned both his B.S. degree in Physical Education (1993) and M.A. in Education, Counseling (1994) from Cal Poly. He was also a starting pitcher for the Mustangs baseball team that participated in the Division II College World Series. Mike and his wife, Kelly, reside in Carlsbad with their three children, Abigail (9), Cole (6) and Brody (2).

Dan Yourg,

Associate Director of Athletics/Business Affairs

Dan Yourg, Associate Director of Athletics, has been a member of the USD Athletics Department since the fall of 1985. His main duties include overseeing the department ‘s budget and business operations, along with sport supervision of football, women’s swimming and diving, and baseball. Yourg has overall supervision of Sports Camps and Clinics, and the Equipment Staff. In addition, he is the department liaison to USD’s Financial Aid, Budget & Treasury, Bursar, Campus Card, Housing, Dining Services and Bookstore. Additionally, Yourg is the Athletic Department contact for NCAA directed annual audits, coordinates the USD Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) report, the NCAA Student Athlete Opportunity Fund and the NCAA Special Assistance Fund for Student-Athletes. Yourg is a national member of CABMA, the College Athletic Business Management Association. He volunteers in the San Diego community serving on The Board of Directors for Tecolote Youth Baseball. Yourg received his Bachelor’s (Sociology, 1980) and Master’s (Social Work, 1986) degrees from the University of Wisconsin, where he was a nose guard on the Badgers’ football team. He played four years and was a letter winner. Yourg is an inductee of the St. Viator High School (Arlington Heights, Illinois) Athletic Hall of Fame. Dan and his wife Virginia, a USD alumnus, are the parents of three sons, John, Thomas and Michael.

Shaney Fink,

Associate Director of Athletics/SWA

Shaney Fink begins her ninth year with USD and her fourth in the role of Associate Director of Athletics for Compliance and Student Services/Senior Woman Administrator. She will also have sports supervision for women’s volleyball and women’s tennis. Prior to her current position, she was Assistant Director of Athletics for Academics and Student Services, and since her arrival at USD has overseen the Academic Support Program. During the 1999 season she assisted the Torero volleyball coaching staff, helping the Toreros to a 23-6 record and second round finish in the NCAA Tournament. Prior to USD she gained coaching experience at the high school, college and international levels for four years. She capped off a stellar collegiate career (1990-93) at Cal Berkeley and won selection to the All-Pac 10 Decade Team. Fink earned her B.A. in Social Science from Berkeley in 1994. In the spring of 2004 she earned her Masters Degree at USD in Counseling. Shaney and her husband, Tom Vorkoper, reside in Encinitas with their three children - Lucas, Mia and Leon.

Brian Fogarty,

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Associate Director of Athletics/Development

Brian Fogarty enters his 14th year in USD athletics administration where he is Associate Director of Athletics for Development. He took over this post after spending thirteen years as USD’s head football coach. He directed USD’s football program to eleven seasons of .500 or better records and guided their move from the Division III ranks to the NCAA I-AA level in 1993. In 2003 he was named USD’s “Administrator of the Year.” His primary responsibilities are oversight of the annual and capital fund raising efforts for the Athletics Department. He co-directed the capital campaign for the Jenny Craig Pavilion, which opened its doors in October of 2000. Brian and his wife Denise were married in 2004. Between them they have six grown children, and this coming September will welcome their sixth grand child. Three of their children are alumni of USD.


Steve Becvar,

Assoc. Dir. of Athletics/Marketing and Sponsorships

Steve Becvar enters his third year with the University of San Diego as the Associate Director of Athletics for Marketing and Sponsorships. Additionally, he will be the sport superviser for cross country and track, men’s soccer, softball and sports performance. Becvar, 47, comes to USD after serving as the Executive Associate Athletic Director and General Manager of Aztec Sports Properties at San Diego State University since 2003. In this role, his responsibilities included overseeing the Aztecs’ marketing and corporate sales efforts, along with media relations, facilities and the operations departments. From April through July of 2005, Becvar served as the interim athletics director at SDSU. Prior to working at SDSU, Becvar was the Director of Sponsorship and Corporate Sales for the NBA’s Memphis Grizzlies from 2001-2003, where he navigated the team’s corporate relations efforts by sparking local community involvement and transitioning the team’s relocation from Vancouver. The Maryland native was a key figure in laying the groundwork for the XFL’s Memphis Maniax during the team’s inaugural 2000-01 campaign, as the vice president of sales and marketing. In this role, Becvar oversaw many of the team’s daily operations, including hiring staff, managing the budget, negotiating business contracts and developing facilities. Prior to his stints with the Memphis Grizzlies and Maniax, he was the Associate Athletics Director for Development and Marketing for the United States Air Force Academy athletics department. A two sport athlete (basketball and baseball) at Ohio University, Becvar graduated with an undergraduate degree in Business Management and Masters Degree in Sports Administration. Steve and his wife Jo have three children, Stephanie (17), David (14) and Terrence (11), and reside in Valley Center.

Carolyn Greer,

Associate Director of Athletics/Sports Medicine

Carolyn Greer enters her 32nd year as the Head Athletic Trainer for the University of San Diego department of athletics. Four years ago she was promoted to the position of Associate Director of Athletics for Sports Medicine. She is assisted by Paul Signorelli, Joe Parry and Eli Bisnett-Cobb. This past spring she was inducted into the Far West Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame. In 2007 she received the San Diego State University Distinguished Alumnus award for the Department of Exercise and Nutritional Sciences and also the Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award for the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. Three years ago Carolyn was named the 2005 Thomas F. Burke Employee-of-the-Year for the Student Affairs Division. Over the years she has taught Sports Medicine classes at San Diego State University, as well as presented at professional meetings. She oversees seventeen intercollegiate teams and over 400 USD student-athletes. The Sports Medicine staff provides injury prevention, immediate care, and rehabilitation for USD’s intercollegiate athletes, as well as covering the intercollegiate events. As an Adjunct Professor for San Diego State University, she participates in the clinical education of athletic training students. A 1975 graduate of San Diego State University, Carolyn was certified as an Athletic Trainer and went on to earn her Master’s Degree in Sports Medicine. Carolyn, and her husband Jeff, reside in the Pacific Beach area of San Diego. They have two grown boys - David (recent USD graduate) and Jason (senior at USD).

Andy Fee,

Associate Dir. of Athletics/Facilities & Operations

Andy Fee is in his eighth year at USD, and enters his third in the position of Associate Director of Athletics for Facilities and Operations. Fee will oversee all the scheduling, field maintenance and purchasing for the department’s athletic venues. He also is the sport superviser for women’s & men’s rowing, and men’s golf. Fee came to USD from Arizona State University where he was Assistant Director of Facility Operations for Athletics for two seasons. Before that he was Facility Supervisor for the ASU Student Recreation Complex. Besides his work at ASU, he developed Athletics and Management skills with the NFL Cardinals, Fiesta Bowl and PGA Phoenix Open. From Scottsdale, Arizona, he earned his B.A. in Political Science with a minor in History from Arizona State University, and his M.A. in Education from the University of Phoenix. Andy and his wife, Nicole, reside in North Park.

Ted Gosen,

Associate Director of Athletics/Media Relations

Ted Gosen, Associate Director of Athletics for Media Relations, is in his 29th year. He oversees all public relations activities, publications, athletic website and information services for the athletic department, in addition to hosting the media at USD events. He is assisted by Chris Loucks and Ryan McCann. In 1981 Ted received his Master of Science degree in Sports Administration from St. Thomas University in Miami, Florida. A 1979 graduate of San Jose State University, he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. In addition to his SID duties, Ted is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA); a member of USD’s Athletic Hall of Fame Committee; and taught a bowling class through the USD recreation department for 26 years. Ted received his 25-year award from CoSIDA in July, 2007 at the CoSIDA Convention held in San Diego. Ted and his wife Terri, a 1983 USD graduate, reside in Poway with their four daughters: Katie (recent graduate of USD), Colleen (junior at USD), Claire and Erin.

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Kara Smith Asst. Dir. of Athletics for Development Kara Smith is in her second year in the position of Assistant Director of Athletics for Development. She oversees the annual athletic giving campaign and organizes all the athletic fundraising events and booster clubs for the department. Prior to USD, Kara was the Assistant Director of Alumni Relations at DePaul University where she planned reunions, homecoming, awards and local events. Prior to DePaul University, Kara worked for the Chicago Bears Football Club for four seasons and started its Alumni Department where she planned events and appearances for former players as well as planned and managed training camp operations. From Chicago, Illinois, Kara received her BBA and MA in Sports Management from Western Michigan University where she earned a full athletic scholarship for gymnastics. She is a White Sox fan. Her two sisters, Kelly and Kristen, have their master’s degrees from USD.

Angie Garza Mgr. of Athletic Equipment Services Angie Garza started at USD in July 2009. Her responsibilities include the purchasing, maintenance, fitting, organization and distribution of equipment for all seventeen varsity sports at USD. Prior to USD, Angie worked at San Diego State University as an Assistant Manager of equipment services from 2004-2009. She helped supervise a staff of 3 full-time assistants and 12 student managers in the daily operations of an Athletic Equipment Services Department that serviced eighteen varsity sports. Angie has a Bachelor of Science degree from San Diego State University in Child Development with an emphasis in Family Development. She is a certified member of the Athletic Equipment Manager’s Associations. Angie and her husband Ricky, reside in San Diego.

Sarabeth Pollock Coor. of Athletic Academic Support

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Sarabeth Pollock begins her fifth year as the Coordinator of Athletic Academic Support for USD. She has worked as a tutor in the Athletic Department since the fall of 2001. She serves as the academic advisor for all sports except Football and Rowing. Her responsibilities include the supervision of the Study Hall and the administration of the tutoring and mentoring programs. Currently, the Academic Support Program employs over 25 tutors who represent a variety of majors across campus, as well as over 12 mentors who are graduate students pursuing their masters degrees in USD’s Counseling Program. Sarabeth graduated from USD in 2002 in the Honors Program, earning her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and History. She speaks Spanish and French fluently. A 5th generation San Diegan, she resides in Point Loma with her family. In her spare time, Sarabeth enjoys working on her novel that she hopes to have published eventually.

Chris Loucks Asst. Dir. of Media Relations

Chris Loucks is in his fifth year as Asst. Dir. of Media Relations. His duties include coordinating radio and TV, producing media guides, press releases, brochures and game programs for numerous Torero sports. Loucks also updates and maintains the athletic website for the sports that he covers. Prior to USD, Loucks was a graduate assistant at Gonzaga University where he served as the primary media contact for women’s soccer, baseball, and men’s and women’s tennis. He also served as a Media Relations Assistant at UC Riverside from 20022004 serving as the Highlanders’ primary media contact for men’s soccer and softball. Loucks also worked in the Sports Information offices at Cal State Fullerton and Saddleback College. In 2002, Loucks received his B.A. in Communications with an emphasis in public relations from Cal State Fullerton. He is currently working on his master’s in sport and athletic administration from Gonzaga.

Ryan McCann Media Relations Coordinator

Ryan McCann is in his fifth year as the media relations coordinator. His duties include radio and TV liaison, producing media guides, press releases, brochures and game programs for numerous Torero sports. McCann also updates and maintains the athletic website for the sports that he is responsible for. Prior to USD, McCann spent one year in South Korea teaching English to elementary and middle school students and was a SID student assistant at Linfield College. In 2004, McCann received his B.A. in Mass Communications from Linfield College.

Matthew Parr Athletic Facilities & Operations

Matthew Parr enters his third year with the USD athletics department as the Assistant Director for Facilities and Operations. He assists Andy Fee in overseeing all the scheduling, field maintenance and purchasing for the department's athletic venues. Prior to USD, Parr was a work study student under Andy Fee and John Martin for four years and was also a member of the USD cross country team and served on the USD StudentAthlete Advisory Council. Matthew is a 2007 graduate of USD where he earned his B.A. in History and Political Science. Parr resides in El Cajon, Calif.


Josh Lawrence

Dir. of Jenny Craig Pavilion Josh Lawrence begins his seventh year as the Director of the Jenny Craig Pavilion. He came to USD after 7 years at UC San Diego, where his responsibilities included managing the RIMAC Arena. Here at USD, Josh’s responsibilities include scheduling, staffing and all management aspects of the Jenny Craig Pavilion. In this capacity he will manage the daily operations of the facility, including event management and marketing of the Pavilion. Josh received his B.S. from UC San Diego in 1993 with a double major in Political Science and U.S. History. Josh and his wife, Lisa, reside in San Diego, and welcomed their first child, Anne Elizabeth, on January 2, 2008.

Branda Cook

Asst. Dir. of Jenny Craig Pavilion Branda Cook joined the University of San Diego as the Assistant Director of the Jenny Craig Pavilion in May 2006. She works in coordination with the Director of the Pavilion to ensure smooth facility operation with a focus on student employee management and liaison to other USD departments and vendors. Branda began her employment at the University of San Diego in 2002 as the Assistant Director of Operations for the Ernest Hahn University Center. She was responsible for the day-to-day operation of the facility ensuring a clean, fun and safe environment while motivating, mentoring and managing student staff that worked in the Center. Prior to USD, she taught Life Science and Physical Science at the Community Learning Center for Mira Costa Community College for six years. Additionally, Branda served as the General Manager of two retail stores for four years. A USD 1997 aluma with a B.A. Marine Science, emphasis in Biology. Branda is currently working toward her Masters of Marine Science at USD.

Stephane Rochet

Dir. of Athletic Performance Training Stephane Rochet is in his third year as Director of Athletic Performance Training at USD. Prior to coming to USD, Rochet worked as an assistant strength coach at UCLA and at Indiana University and was a police officer in Newport Beach. Rochet received his Master’s in Sports Administration from the University of Ohio. In addition, he holds the USAW Level I certification, Russian Kettlebell Certification and is a certified CrossFit Instructor.

Ron Valenzuela Coor. of Student Athlete Services Ron Valenzuela begins his seventh year with the University of San Diego and his second in the position of Coordinator of Student Athlete Services in the Department of Athletics Ron will administer the CHAMPS/Life Skills Program, as well as programs in career development, community service, personal development and academic recognition. Ron is also the academic counselor to football, baseball, and women’s tennis. Prior to his current position, he served as the Career Services Coordinator and Career Counselor in USD’s Career Services office. Ron earned his Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration from SDSU in 2001 and his Master of Arts in Counseling from USD in 2008. Ron resides in Point Loma.

Brent LeVasseur

Whitney Strain

Athletics Operations Manager Whitney Strain is in her second year with USD, and first in the position of athletic operations manager. Whitney worked as the administrative assistant in the athletics administrative office for the past year. In addition to her regular duties of helping to run the main office, Whitney took on additional challenges working in compliance and eligibility certification, as well as in operations – serving as operations assistant during the 2009 WCC Basketball Tournament in Las Vegas. Before coming to USD, Whitney was the championships and marketing assistant at the West Coast Conference office and did events management for Stanford University. Whitney graduated from the University of Iowa with a B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communications and a B.B.A. in Marketing. While at Iowa she competed on the women’s soccer team. In her new position, Whitney will assume responsibility for all gameday operations, including supervision of security, parking, visiting team practices and locker rooms, game-day staffing, scheduling of officials, scheduling athletic facilities, and assisting with ticketing and event information.

Academic Counselor/ Compliance Coor.

Brent LeVasseur is beginning his second year in the Torero athletic department as the Academic Counselor and Compliance Coordinator. He comes to USD from UC Riverside where he was the athletics ticket manager. Prior to that, Brent was a compliance assistant at USD where his responsibilities included researching bylaws and interpretations, determining initial eligibility, updating Web status reports, and reviewing recruiting logs. Brent also has experience as a volunteer child development specialist/tutor at the Boys & Girls Club in Michigan and as an elementary school mentor/coach and tutor. Brent earned his MBA in Sports Business Management at SDSU, where he was honored as the valedictorian. He earned his BA at Kalamazoo College in Michigan, where he majored in mathematics and minored in business. He also played football and baseball, becoming baseball team captain and MVP his senior year.

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Dr. Paul C. Murphy Team Physician

Charlene Ables

Executive Assistant

Matt Lawson Marketing Assistant

Will Guarino

M/W Cross Country and Track

Sherri Stephens

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Women’s Tennis

Paul Signorelli

Assoc. Athletic Trainer

Donna Holston

Executive Assistant

Bill Grier

Men’s Basketball

Tim Mickelson Men's Golf

Melissa McElvain Softball

Joe Parry

Assoc. Athletic Trainer

Cyndi Casillas

Executive Assistant

Rich Hill

Eli Bisnett-Cobb Asst. Athletic Trainer

Linda Coppa

Adm. Assistant

Cindy Fisher

Jennifer Petrie

Women’s Basketball

Seamus McFadden

Ada Greenwood

Mike Keeler

W. Swimming & Diving

Janet Engleman

Adm. Assistant

Baseball

Men’s Soccer

Sierra Foster

Asst. Dir. Ticket Services

Volleyball

Brent Masi

Women’s Soccer

Men’s Tennis

Brooks Dagman

Kim Cupini Women’s Rowing

Men’s Rowing

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The ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Football Team, selected annually by members of the College Sports Information Directors of America, honors the nation’s best student-athletes. Just as the balancing of football and academics is difficult, the standards for nomination and selection to the team are rigorous. To be nominated, a varsity starter or key reserve player must have a minimum 3.200 cumulative grade-point average (on a 4.000 scale). The program began in the 1950s with honorees in football; later, basketball and baseball all-academic teams were added. Academic and athletics biographical data of nominees are prepared in ballot form and mailed to the CoSIDA membership, who vote in each of eight districts. From the eight district teams comes a national ballot, distributed to the 1,400 members for the final all-academic team. "The achievements of these young men should truly be commended," said NBC sportscaster Dick Enberg, spokesperson for the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America team. In 2004 Evan Harney joined six former Torero gridders after being named First Team. The record-setting Torero running back carried a 3.90 grade-point average as a Business Administration major. Below is a look at USD’s other football players named as ESPN The Magazine Academic All-Americans:

Wes Doyle

Patrick O'Neill

Torero Success On The Field & In The Classroom

Dan Herbert Defensive Back 1981

Jeff Mansukhani Wide Receiver 1986

Bryan Day Defensive Back 1987, 1988

John Gomez Defensive Line 1988

Doug Popovich Defensive Back 1994, 1995

Jeb Dougherty Defensive Back 1995, 1996

Evan Harney Running Back 2004

Philip Bretsch Defensive Back 2005

Nick Garton Wide Receiver 2005

Wes Doyle Wide Receiver 2007, 1st Team 2006, 2nd Team

ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA Toreros elected to National Honors Patrick O'Neill Free Safety 2007, 1st Team 2006, 2nd Team

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USD Media Relations Ted Gosen

Associate AD for Media Relations 29th Year M.S. Sports Administration St. Thomas University (1981) B.S. Business Administration San Jose State (1979) Email: tgosen@sandiego.edu

Chris Loucks

SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE Doug Williams, Sports Editor Jay Posner, Assistant Sports Editor Nick Canepa & Tim Sullivan, Columnists PO Box 120191 San Diego, CA 92112 (619) 293-1343 Fax: 260-5078 Email: sports@uniontrib.com NORTH COUNTY TIMES Loren Nelson, Sports Editor 207 East Pennsylvania Ave. Escondido, CA 92025 (800) 200-1601 Fax: (760) 740-5045 Email: sports@nctimes.com

Assistant Director of Media Relations 5th Year Cal State Fullerton (2002) B.A. Communications Email: cloucks@sandiego.edu

LOS ANGELES TIMES Bill Dwyre, Sports Editor T.J. Simers, Columnist Times Mirror Square Los Angeles, CA 90053 (800) 528-4637 Fax: (213) 237-7876 Email: sports@latimes.com

Ryan McCann

ASSOCIATED PRESS Bernie Wilson, Sports Editor PO Box 191 San Diego, CA 92112 (619) 231-9365 Fax: 291-2098 Email: sandiego@ap.org LA: (213) 626-1200 LA Fax: (213) 346-0200

Media Relations Coordinator 5th Year Linfield College (2004) B.A. Mass Communications Email: rmccann@sandiego.edu

Media Relations Interns: Sarah Luster, Cymantha Ayala, Chris Kutz

Media Policies Seating for media will be available in the press area on the north side of Torero Stadium at the top of the stands. Credentials should be requested at least one day in advance; they will be left at the will call table at the Jenny Craig Pavilion ticket office. There are no player interviews on game days until the completion of the contest. Photographers must have a field pass to shoot photography from the field on game days. After the game, head coach Ron Caragher and selected players will be available after a ten-minute cooling down period. Approximately 15 minutes after the game, a final box with stats and play-by-play will be available. Media interested in interviewing either the coaches or players, or in attending practices, please contact Ted Gosen at (619) 260-4745. All USD Football games will be broadcast on San Diego 1700 AM and webcast live via the internet at: WWW.USDTOREROS.COM

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Primary Media Outlets

Jack Cronin is in his 3rd year as the Play-By-Play Voice of USD Football, and his 4th year as the Play-By-Play Announcer of the High School Football Game of the Week, both on San Diego 1700 AM. Cronin, 27, is also the Executive Producer at XX Sports 1090, and is on the air as the Morning Drive Sports Anchor and the Host of both the Padres Pre-Game Show during the baseball season and the “College Football Gameday” Program on Saturday mornings. While at XX Sports 1090, he has served as the Fill-In Play-By-Play Voice of both USD & San Diego State & Basketball, as well as the Basketball PreGame & Post-Game Show host for both schools, and the Sideline Reporter for San Diego State Football. Cronin recently served on his first National Radio Broadcast, as the PlayBy-Play Announcer for the 2008 West Coast Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament on Satellite Radio here in San Diego. On the Television side, Cronin is in his 4th year as a Play-By-Play Announcer and Analyst for Time Warner Cable, covering High School Football, Basketball & Volleyball. Cronin has also previously served as the Play-By-Play Voice of the UC San Diego Men’s & Women’s Basketball teams, and voice of the San Diego Surf Dawgs Minor League Baseball team. He is in his 5th year as the Lead Announcer for the San Diego State Baseball team. Cronin graduated from the University of California in 2005 with a degree in Integrative Biology. While at Cal, he served as Sports Director at KALX Radio, and was the Play-By-Play voice of five different Cal sports. He was the Lead Announcer for three seasons of Cal Football, Men’s & Women’s Basketball, Baseball and Ice Hockey games. John Kentera, long time San Diego sports radio and television personality, joins Cronin as the USD Football color analyst. A member of the XX Sports 1090 Radio team, Kentera is also the color analyst for USD Men’s Basketball.

Channel 4 San Diego (Independent) Dennis Morgigno, Program Director Jason Bott & Ed Barnes, Producers Jenny Cavnar, John Weisbarth & Steve Quis 1370 India Street, 2nd Floor San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 266-5061 Fax: 595-0168 KSWB (FOX) Channel 5 News Troy Hirsch, Sports Anchor 7191 Engineer Road San Diego, CA 92111 (858) 573-6507 Fax: 573-6600 KNSD (NBC), Channel 7/39 Jim Laslavic, Sports Director Jim Stone & Derek Togerson, Sports Dave Smith (Photo) 225 Broadway San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 578-0226/0227 Fax: 578-0202 KFMB (CBS), Channel 8 Kyle Kraska, Sports Director John Howard, Sports PO Box 85888 San Diego, CA 92186 (858) 495-7587 Fax:560-0627 KUSI (IND), Channel 9/51 Paul Rudy, Sports Director Rick Willis, Sports PO Box 719051 San Diego, CA 92171-9051 (858) 505-5047/5032 Fax: 576-9317 KGTV (ABC), Channel 10 Ben Higgins, Sports Director Steve Smith, Sports Jeff LeValley (Photo) 4600 Air Way San Diego, CA 92102 (619) 237-6372/6314 Fax: 527-0369 XX Sports Radio (1090 AM/1700 AM) USD FLAGSHIP STATION Jack Cronin (USD Football Play-by-Play) John Kentera (USD Football Color Analyst) 6160 Cornerstone Court East Mira Mesa Blvd. San Diego, CA 92121 (858) 453-9153 Fax: 453-9157 KFMB Radio (760 AM) 7677 Engineer Road San Diego, CA 92111 (858) 292-7600 Fax: 279-7676 KOGO (600 AM) Jim Charvet, Sports 9660 Granite Ridge Drive San Diego, CA 92123-2657 (858) 560-6671 Fax: 715-3363/3364 XTRA Sports (1360 AM) 9660 Granite Ridge Drive San Diego, CA 92123-2657 (858) 715-3367 Fax: 715-3363/3364


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