2008 Football Media Guide

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2008 Football Media Guide Table of Contents

Millersville Sports Information

Marauder Quick Facts......................................................................................................1 Media Information............................................................................................................2 Facilities................................................................................................................................3 Athletic Administration..................................................................................................4 Head Coach Greg Colby.................................................................................................6 Assistant Coaches.............................................................................................................7 2008 Season Outlook......................................................................................................9 2008 Roster...................................................................................................................... 12 Marauders Players......................................................................................................... 14 Opponents....................................................................................................................... 25 2007 Year in Review...................................................................................................... 33 History and Records...................................................................................................... 45 About Millersville University...................................................................................... 57 2008 Marauder Football Schedule..........................................................Back cover

Quick Facts General Name of School: Millersville University Location: Millersville, Pa. (Lancaster County) Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1002, Millersville, PA 17551-0302 Founded: 1855 (member Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education) President: Dr. Francine G. McNairy Enrollment: 8,306 (7,259 undergrad, 1,047 grad) Nickname: Marauders Colors: Black & Gold Stadium: Chryst Field, Biemesderfer Stadium Capacity: 6,500 Surface: Field Turf Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Pennsylvania State Athletic (Eastern Division)

Millersville Department of Athletics Director of Athletics: Peg Kauffman (Millersville ‘87) Associate Director of Athletics: Steve Roach Associate Director of Athletics: Anthony Grant Assistant to the Director: Carole Fridinger Administrative Assistant: Randi Gordner Graduate Assistants: Branden Lippy, Gretchen Imes Equipment Managers: John Emswiler, Donna Eshleman Athletics Department Phone: (717) 872-3198

Millersville Athletic Trainer Head Trainer: Hank Fijalkowski Office Phones: (717) 872-3198, (717) 872-3963

Sports Information Director: Ethan Hulsey Office Phone: (717) 872-3100 SID Fax: (717) 872-3995 Press Box Phone: (717) 872-3232 Hotline: (717) 871-2111 Email Address: [email protected] Website: www.millersville.edu/~athletic SID Mailing Address: Ethan Hulsey Sports Information Director Millersville University P.O. Box 1002 Millersville, PA 17551-0302

Millersville Football Head Coach: Greg Colby Alma Mater/Year: Illinois ‘75 Record at Millersville: 0-0 (1st Year) Career Head Coaching Record/Years: 0-0 (1st Year) Football Office Phone: (717) 872-3100 Best way to reach the coach: Through SID

Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): Ron Rankin (Defensive Line) Aubrey Kelly (Defensive Backs) Brad Mangle (Offensive Coordinator) Derrick Roche (Offensive Line) Dave Keeny (Wide Receivers) Bill Bailes (Specialists) Andy McCormack (Student Asst. /Running Backs) Dondre Gilliam (Intern/Wide Receivers) Corey Adderly (Tight Ends)

Football History First Year: 1889 (113th season) NCAA Division II Playoff Record: 2-3 Last Appearance: 1999, second round Result: L, 26-21 vs. Indiana (Pa.) at home Overall All-Time Record: 452-390-43 (.537)

Team Information Overall Recod Last Year: 3-8 Home: 1-4 Away: 2-4 Conference Record/Finish: 2-3 (T-3rd, East) Home: 0-2 Away: 2-1 Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: Multiple Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 24/10 Offense: 10/4 Defense: 13/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 13/11 Offense: 6/5 Defense: 6/5

Special Teams: 1/1 Special Teams: 1/1

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Media Information Interview Requests: All interview requests and inquiries shuld be made through the SID. Credentials: Requests for media credentials should be made at least five days in advance of the game date. They will be mailed if time permits; otherwise, they will be left at the Will Call window at Biemesderfer Stadium (Gate 1). Since interior space in the press box is extremely limited, arrangements will be made to accommodate all working media in the best possible manner. Press Area: The press box and adjacent outdoor table are restricted to working media representatives and others whose duties entail the use of the press area. No one will be seated without proper credentials. Complete halftime and final game statistics will be provided as well as game programs and other pre-game information. It is expected that all media will observe proper decorum in the press area at all times. Telephones: Two University phone lines are located in the press box and will be available for calls/faxes after each game on a first-come, first-served basis.

Photography: Working photo credentials are available to accredited media if requested in advance. Photographers and videographers may shoot along the sidelines and end lines but only in designated areas outside the team boxes per NCAA regulations. This will be strictly enforced. Broadcast Space: Broadcast space in the press area is limited to one visiting radio crew, which will be seated at a table inside the press box. A courtesy line is provided; please contact Sports Information in advance to coordinate arrangements. Parking: Media parking is available at lots adjacent to Biemesderfer Stadium for home games. Please contact Sports Information for an appropriate parking pass. Ticket Prices: $8 reserved ($40 season ticket), $6 general admission, $3 visiting students and senior citizens. Millersville students with valid ID and children under six admitted free (Note: Ticket regulations are subject to change). For further information, contact the Student Memorial Center Ticket Office at (717) 871-5522.

Media Outlets Newspapers Harrisburg Patriot News PO Box 2265 812 Market St. Harrisburg, PA 17105 717-255-8180 Lancaster Intelligencer Journal PO Box 1328 Lancaster, PA 17608 717-291-8666 Lancaster New Era PO Box 1328 Lancaster, PA 17608 717-291-8666 Lancaster Sunday News PO Box 1328 Lancaster, PA 17608 717-291-8699 Lebanon Daily News PO Box 600 718 Poplar St. Lebanon, PA 17042 717-272-5611 York Daily Record 122 S. George St. York, PA 17401 717-771-2064

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York Dispatch 205 N. George St. York, PA 71401 717-843-2958 Reading Times/Reading Eagle PO Box 582 345 Penn St. Reading, PA 19603 610-371-5064 Elizabethtown Chronicle PO Box 189 Elizabethtown, PA 17022 717-367-7152 Ephrata Review PO Box 527 Ephrata, Pa. 17522 717-733-6397 Hershey Chronicle PO Box 556 Hershey, PA 17033 717-533-2900 Lititz Record Express PO Box 366 Lititz, PA 17543 717-626-2191

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Television WGAL-TV (NBC, 8) 1300 Columbia Avenue  Lancaster, PA 17603 717-393-5851 WHP-TV (CBS, 21) 3300 N 6th St Harrisburg, PA 717-234-6397 WHTM-TV (ABC, 27) 3405 N 6th St Harrisburg, PA 717-236-1444 WPMT-TV (FOX, 43) 717-393-0043 2005 S Queen St York, PA

Radio WOYK 1350/WPDC 1600 PO Box 20249 York, PA 17402 717-840-8808

Facilities Chryst Field at Biemesderfer Stadium

Biemesderfer Stadium, which has served as home to the Marauders since 1970, underwent a dynamic transformation in 2005. A new all-purpose synthetic surface field (FieldTurf) was installed. With the FieldTurf in place, the stadium has become a multipurpose complex with intercollegiate play now hosting men’s and women’s soccer teams, the women’s field hockey squad, and the women’s lacrosse team. Athletic facility renovations were made possible by a gift from Dana Chryst ‘81 and The Jay Group in honor of J. Freeland Chryst ‘50. Chryst Field was officially dedicated on Ocober 8, 2005.

Biemesderfer Stadium Firsts Year Opened: 1970 All-Time Record: 122-55-3 (.686) Night Game Record: 30-8 (.789) First Game: Randolph-Macon 31, Millersville 0 (9/19/70) First Win: Millersville 14, Kutztown 13 (9/26/70) First Night Game: Millersville 28, Shepherd 3 (9/14/85)

Carpenter-Trout Athletic Training Facility The Carpenter-Trout Athletic Training Facility, a stand-alone athletics training facility at Biemesderfer Stadium, opened in the fall of 2006. The facility was built as part of a $2 million makeover that included a turf football field, new visitors’ bleachers, an eight-lane running track and refurbished locker rooms to Biemesderfer Stadium.

The 5,000 square-foot training center is open for use by all of Millersville’s 21 Division II Intercollegiate sports programs. The facility is an integral part of the physical development of all the Millersville’s student-athletes. Millersville boasts of one of the finest training facilities in Division II.

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Administration

Peg Kauffman

Steve Roach

Director of Athletics

Associate Director

Anthony Grant Hank Fijalkowski Associate Director

Head Athletic Trainer

Ethan Hulsey Sports Information Director

Directory University Contacts Department Location Admissions Lyle Hall Registrar Lyle Hall Housing Harbold Hall Financial Aid Lyle Hall

Millersville University Athletics Jefferson Hall PO Box 1002 Millersville, PA 17551-0302 Main Office Phone: 717-872-3198 Department Fax: 717-871-2200

Phone 871-5701 872-3035 871-5837 872-3026

Position

Name

Phone

E-Mail

Director of Athletics

Peg Kauffman

872-3402

[email protected]

Associate Director of Athletics

Steve Roach

871-7210

[email protected]

Associate Director of Athletics

Anthony Grant

871-5157

[email protected]

Sports Information Director

Ethan Hulsey

872-3100

[email protected]

Asst. to the Director of Athletics

Carol Fridinger

872-3402

[email protected]

Administrative Assistant

Randi Gordner

872-7211

[email protected]

Graduate Assistant

Gretchen Imes

872-3361

[email protected]

Graduate Assistant

Branden Lippy

872-3361

[email protected]

Equipment Manager

John Emswiler

872-3499

[email protected]

Equipment Manager

Donna Eshelman

872-3405

[email protected]

Athletic Trainer

Hank Fijalkowski

872-3870

[email protected]

Athletic Trainer

Katie Fox

872-3711

[email protected]

Athletic Training Room

872-3963

All athletic department offices are located in Jefferson Hall, 164 West Cottage Avenue, Millersville, PA 17551-0302

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Head Coach Greg Colby Greg Colby was introduced as Millersville University’s 20th head football coach on March 31, 2008. Colby has coached for 34 years, including 25 years as a collegiate coach and 10 years as a defensive coordinator at the NCAA Division I level. He has been on staff for two Big Ten Championships and 12 collegiate bowl games. In his nine years as a high school football coach, Colby won a pair of state championships. Colby has recruited in most of the country during his time as a coach with an emphasis on the Midwest, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Virginia, Georgia, Florida, Texas and Canada. Colby came to Millersville after spending six years as defensive coordinator at Northwestern University. During his time there, the Wildcats posted three consecutive six-win seasons for the first time in 70 years and four out of five six-win seasons for the first time since 1905. Northwestern appeared in the Motor City Bowl in 2003 and the Vitalis Sun Bowl in 2005. During Colby’s tenure, Northwestern won the American Football Coaches Association award for highest graduation rate four times. The Wildcats ranked second during the other two years Colby was there. Prior to his time at Northwestern, Colby spent four seasons as the defensive coordinator at Kent State University. In 2001, Colby’s defense ranked third in the Mid-American Conference and helped the Golden Flashes to its first winning season in 15 years. From 1995-1997, Colby served as an assistant coach at Michigan State under head coach Nick Saban. Colby mentored the defensive line, outside linebackers and was co-special teams coordinator. The Spartans appeared in three bowl games (Independence Bowl – 1995, Sun Bowl – 1996 and Aloha Bowl – 1997) with Colby on staff. From 1988-1995, Colby was assistant coach for outside linebackers and special teams at Illinois. Colby helped the Fighting Illini to a Big Ten Cham-

pionship in 1989 and six bowl appearances in seven years. Colby served as a graduate assistant coach at Michigan State from 1986-1988. He worked with the defensive line and helped the Spartans win a Big Ten Championship in 1987 and the Rose Bowl in 1988. From 1982-1986, Colby was head coach at Naperville Central High School in Illinois and led the team to a 24-13 record and a conference championship in 1983. From 1979-1982, Colby coached the Schlarman High School football team to a pair of Illinois Class 2-A championships (13-0 in 1980 and 12-1 in 1981). He also served as athletic director of the school from 1981-82. Colby played football and baseball at the University of Illinois. He was a three-year starter for the Fighting Illini football team and a three-year starter for the baseball team. Colby was team captain of the baseball squad in 1974. Prior to a year of playing amateur and semi-pro baseball, Colby graduated from Danville High School in 1970. He was an all-state team captain for the football and baseball teams during his senior year. He also lettered in basketball. Colby lives with his wife Janet. The couple have two children, Matt and Mike.

The Colby File Personal

Championships Won

Full Name: Gregory Wayne Colby Date of Birth: Feb. 25, 1952 Hometown: Danville, Ill. Alma Mater: Illinois ’75 Family: Wife, Janet; Sons, Matt and Mike Years in Coaching: 34 (25 in college)

1990 Big Ten Championship, Illinois 1987 Big Ten Championship, Michigan State 1981 Illinois High School 2-A State Championship 1980 Illinois High School 2-A State Championship

Coaching Experience

2005 Sun Bowl 2003 Motor City Bowl 1997 Aloha Bowl 1996 Sun Bowl 1995 Independence Bowl 1994 Liberty Bowl 1992 Holiday Bowl 1991 John Hancock Bowl 1990 Hall of Fame Bowl 1989 Citrus Bowl 1988 Rose Bowl

Northwestern 2002-07­—Defensive Coordinator, Northwestern 1998-2001—Defensive Coordinator, Kent State 1995-97—Assistant Coach: DL, OLB, ST; Michigan State 1988-95—Assistant Coach: OLB, ST ; Illinois 1986-88—Graduate Assistant: DL; Michigan State 1982-86—Head Coach Naperville Central HS 1979-82—Head Coach Schlarman HS 1977-78—Graduate Assistant, Illinois

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Bowl Games Coached

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Notable Players Coached Luis Castillo, Northwestern (28th pick of the San Diego Chargers in 2005 NFL Draft) Kevin Hardy, Illinois (2nd overall pick in 1996 NFL Draft, 1999 Pro Bowl) James Harrison, Kent State (Pittsburgh Steelers, 2007 Pro Bowl) Courtney Ledyard, Michigan State (New York Jets) Simeon Rice, Illinois (3rd overall pick in 1996 NFL Draft, three-time Pro Bowler) Ike Reese, Michigan State (nine-year NFL career)

Playing Experience Illinois Football (three-year starter) Baseball (team captain ’74)

Assistant Coaches Brad Mangle

Ron Rankin

Offensive Coordinator

Defensive Line

Brad Mangle is entering his 18th season as the team’s offensive coordinator.

Rankin enters his 10th campaign as a Millersville football assistant coach. He will coach the defensive line this season after two years of guiding the offensive line and special teams units.

On staff since 1985, he served two seasons as associate head coach in 1999 and 2000. During his tenure, Mangle’s primary duties have dealt with the development of Millersville’s quarterbacks. Under his tutelage, standout Chris Fagan (1989-92) became the program’s alltime passing leader – a mark he held for seven years.

For the six seasons prior, Rankin served as defensive coordinator, including a three-year appointment as assistant head coach and inside linebackers mentor. He served as interim head coach from November 2004 to March 2005.

Another prominent signal caller, Bret Stover, led the Marauders to a programrecord 10 wins and an NCAA Division II quarterfinal berth in 1988.

Rankin came eastward after two seasons as head football coach at the University of South Dakota where he compiled an overall mark of 8-14, including a 5-6 record in 1997. From 1992 to 1996, Rankin was an assistant coach with the Coyotes, serving in several capacities that included offensive line coach, recruiting coordinator, academic coordinator and summer camp coordinator.

At the end of the 20th century, Harlon Hill Trophy finalist Drew Folmar eclipsed his predecessors’ career records for passing yards (9,903) and total offense (10,105 yards), becoming a perennial Division II all-star field general. Folmar blossomed under Mangle’s guidance, posting a 30-12 record with a berth in the 1999 NCAA quarterfinals.

Rankin has attained considerable coaching experience since he graduated in 1984 with a bachelor of science in education degree in social studies from Edinboro University. After a two-year stint at his alma mater guiding the running backs and outside linebackers, Rankin served as running backs mentor for two seasons at Division III powerhouse Allegheny College from 1986 to 1987.

A native of Mechanicsburg, Mangle was an All-PSAC defensive back and three-year varsity letterwinner at Millersville. He was also a member of several PSAC East title squads.

From there, he served one season as defensive coordinator and secondary mentor at Defiance (Ohio) College, then returned to Pennsylvania and spent three seasons at Gannon University, where he was assistant head coach, offensive and recruiting coordinator, and guided the running backs.

Mangle also helped three-year starter Greg Moylan (1994-96) develop into one of the nation’s top Division II quarterbacks in the mid-1990s.

In 1981, he received a bachelor’s degree in elementary education before returning to his alma mater to earn a master’s degree in counselor education. In February, 2000, he received the Millersville University Football Alumni Award.

Ron lives in Millersville with his wife, Stephanie, and three children Marissa, Peter and Rena.

Mangle is an administrator in the school district of Lancaster.

Derrick Roche

Aubrey Kelly

Offensive Line

Defensive Backs Aubrey Kelly is in his second season at Millersville and will coach the defensive backs in 2008 after working exclusively with the cornerbacks last season. He has also taken over as recruiting coordinator for the Marauders. For two years prior to his arrival at MU, Kelley was the defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at Indiana State University. In 2006, Kelly was selected as one of 25 coaches to attend the NCAA Expert Coaches Academy in Miami, Fla. Kelly has coached for Delaware State University (defensive coordinator), Elizabeth City State University (offensive coordinator/quarterback and receivers coach), Norfolk State (defensive coordinator), Clarion University (defensive coordinator/secondary and kickers coach), Salisbury University (secondary coach), Southwest Texas State University (receivers, tight ends and secondary coach) and S. Conn. State University (JV head coach). He has served summer fellowships for the National Football League’s Washington Redskins and Houston Oilers and is a member of the American Football Coaches Association and the Black Coaches Association.

Derrick Roche comes to Millersville after spending three seasons as a UTEP program coordinator and special teams assistant. The native of Kent, Wash., Roche played for four seasons at Washington State (1999-02), all under the tutelage of Coach Mike Price. He helped the Cougars to 20 wins over his last two years, including the 2001 Sun Bowl and 2003 Rose Bowl. Roche started all 36 games on the offensive line from 2000-02 and made three starts as a red-shirt freshman. He was a First Team All-American by the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) as a senior and second team selection by the Associated Press, The Sporting News and CNNSI. com. He was also a two-time first team All-Pac 10 choice (2001 and 2002). He played his high school football at Kentridge High School. He was tabbed first team all-state and all-area by the Tacoma News Tribune and Seattle Times as a senior. Playing on both sides of the ball, he recorded 50 tackles, 20 tackles for losses and 7.5 sacks on defense his senior year. Roche earned his bachelor’s degree in sports management from Washington State in 2003 and his master’s degree from UTEP in 2008.

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Assistant Coaches Dave Keeny

Andy McCormack

Wide Receivers

Running Backs

Keeny enters his first season at Millersville and will serve as the team’s wide receivers coach. Keeny has an intimate knowledge of the PSAC, having served as the head coach at Kutztown from 1998-2005. In eight seasons, he became the third winningest coach in school history.

McCormack, a former Marauder fullback, returns for his second year on the coaching staff.

His program gained national acclaim, earning a preseason ranking in Street & Smith’s annual football magazine. Keeny led the 2000 squad to a school record for wins in a season and his team’s also set or tied the school record for wins over a two-year, three-year and four-year period. Prior to his appointment as head coach, Keeny served as the program’s offensive coordinator and associate head coach from 1993-97. Keeny also helped Division III Thomas More College establish its football program in 1990, and in 1992 as the team’s offensive coordinator, Keeny guided the team to an appearance in the Division III Playoffs. Keeny spent two seasons as the passing game coordinator at Morehead State after working as a defensive line coach at Arizona in 1988. In 1986-87, Keeny served as a graduate assistant under legendary coach Joe Paterno at Penn State assisting with the quarterbacks and defensive backs. The 1986 team posted a 12-0 record and upset the favored Miami Hurricanes in the Fiesta Bowl to win the National Championship. The following season, he helped Penn State to an 8-4 record and a Citrus Bowl appearance. He began his college coaching career as a graduate assistant at Virginia in 1984, and in 1985, the Cavaliers appeared in the Peach Bowl.

In 2007, he served as an assistant working with the running backs. Under his tutelage, Brad Lantz ranked second in the PSAC in carries and was named AllPSAC Eastern Division Second Team. McCormack arrived at Millersville in 2002 and served as the team’s fullback for three seasons. He appeared in 30 games during his career and proved to be versatile, carrying the ball 12 times in 2003 for 51 yards and in 2006, he caught 10 passes for 151 yards and two scores. In 2006, he earned a bachelor’s in business management and now working toward a master’s degree in sport management.

Dondre Gilliam Intern/Wide Receivers Dondre, a former Marauder standout, returns to Millersville to serve as an intern and assist with the wide receivers after spending five seasons playing in the professional ranks.

Keeny graduated from Kutztown in 1983 and also played running back for the Golden Bears from 1978-81.

Gilliam was a Football Gazette All-American, participated in the Cactus Bowl and was named Daktronics Division II All-Northeast Region First Team and AllPSAC Eastern Division First Team as a wide receiver/return specialists in 2000. He racked up 145.2 all-purpose yards per game and led the team with 767 receiving yards and seven touchdowns on 51 catches.

Bill Bailes

During his junior season of 1999, Gilliam led all PSAC specialist in punt return average (13.2) and averaged 31.3 yards per kick return. He ripped off an 85yard punt return at Edinboro and an 83-yard kickoff return at West Chester.

Specialists A quality coach and a quality individual, Bailes has been a fixture on the Marauder football sideline for the last 20 years, coaching the placekickers and punters. Under his guidance, Luke Hadfield, Brad Heim and Andy Ryzewski have earned all-star acclaim as the finest kick specialists in team history. He also tutored two of Millersville’s best punters in Brian Gladden and Doug Joyce. Bailes served as Marauder kicking instructor from 1985 to 1991 and also was the team’s administrative assistant in 1992. For the past seven years, he has served the program as a volunteer mentor. For his dedication and service, Bailes was honored with the program’s Alumni Award in February 1996. A 1959 Millersville graduate, Bailes was a teacher at Lampeter-Strasburg High School until he retired in 1986. He resides in Millersville with his wife, Joanna.

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Following his final season at Millersville, Gilliam landed with the San Diego Chargers and played in seven games during the 2002 and 2003 seasons. He made his NFL debut on Nov. 17, 2002 against the San Francisco 49ers. In 2003, he hauled in six catches for 95 yards in five appearances. He also earned one start. In week four of the 2003 season, he made four catches for 67 yards against in Oakland. Also, in 2002, Gilliam played for the Scottish Claymores of NFL Europe and ranked second on the team in receiving and ranked near the top of the league in yards per catch. In 2004, Gilliam joined the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League and proved to be a special teams standout. He finished second on the team in kickoff return yardage during his first season and the following season he made 12 special team tackles in addition to making 27 catches for 241 yards and two touchdowns. Gilliam developed his coaching abilities by conducting camps during each offseason he spent in professional football.

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Season Outlook Millersville’s new head coach Greg Colby is entering his 35th year of coaching football. During his career, he’s coached in 11 bowl games, been a part of two Big Ten Championships and two Illinois High School championships. Colby even molded future Pro Bowl defensive players Simeon Rice, Kevin Hardy and James Harrison. His resume is impressive, and with his units having a reputation for being aggressive, hard-hitting and fundamentally sound, he’s the perfect man to link the past glory of Millersville football to an exciting and successful future. “We want to get back to playing competitive, hard-nosed, fundamental football,” Colby stated. “We want our opponents to have an appreciation for how hard we play. At this point, it’s very simple—blocking and tackling. We will do the basics correctly.” Colby was named Millersville’s 20th head coach on March 27, which was only two days before spring football began. Between learning the players and coaches and implementing his program, the offseason was nothing short of a whirlwind. As he enters his first season as a head coach, makes the jump from Division I to Division II and from the Big Ten to the PSAC, he knows there is an uphill climb ahead. The Marauders program is looking for its first above-.500 season since 2000. To make the task even more difficult, Millersville will be without five AllPSAC Eastern Division honorees from last year’s 3-8 squad and returns just 12 starters (six on offense and six on defense). Still, Colby believes that the team can be fun to watch, especially on offense with an explosive backfield featuring the reigning PSAC Eastern Division Rookie of the Year Jamal Smith at quarterback and a trio of capable running backs in Brad Lantz, Cardoza Jacks and Darnell Johnson. Colby, a former Illinois linebacker and Division I defensive coordinator will also put his hand print on an inexperienced defense. His defense will play with a high level of intensity and that should go a long way toward improving a unit that surrendered 26 points per game in 2007. The Marauders won nine PSAC East crowns from 1977-1998 and appeared in the NCAA Playoffs three times. Though it has been eight years without a postseason appearance or a divisional championship, Colby sees an opportunity to restore the order to a tradition-filled program. The journey back to the top starts in 2008.

he is more comfortable with the position, and his decision making has improved as well.” Sophomore Bill Shirk will be a reliable and experienced back-up after appearing in eight games last year. He completed 14-of-33 passes including a 6-for-9 performance against Bentley. Incoming transfer Gary Tillman is also an impressive athlete. While he will get a look at quarterback, Colby and the coaching staff may utilize his skills with a switch to wide receiver.

Running Back Talent at running back is in no short supply. The Marauders are fortunate enough to have three reliable backs, and the unit is led by 2007 All-PSAC Eastern Division Second Team pick Brad Lantz. The junior led the Marauders and ranked sixth in the PSAC a year ago with 902 yards and an average of 82 yards per game. Lantz proved to be a workhorse-type back as he lugged the ball 234 times, which ranked second in the conference trailing only Bloomsburg’s Harlon Hill nominee Jamar Brittingham. In the last two seasons, Lantz totaled 1,759 yards and 12 touchdowns. Lantz is also a viable receiving threat. He finished second on the team with 15 grabs a year ago and made 18 catches in 2006. A nice compliment to Lantz’s pounding style is red-shirt sophomore Cardoza Jacks, who appeared in nine games and rushed for 233 yards. Fellow red-shirt sophomore Darnell Johnson returns to the team after missing all of 2007 with an injury. In his first season at Millersville, Johnson put his ability on display, rushing for 471 yards and averaging 5.0 yards per pop.

Wide Receiver Much of Millersville’s offensive success will depend on the supporting cast around Smith. And one of the team’s biggest question marks is at wide receiver, where only two players—senior Andy Tischbein and sophomore Andrew Downs—have at least one career catch to their credit.

Quarterback

Tischbein experienced a dip in production last season playing behind standout Randall Eggleston. He flashed big-play ability, averaging 17.4 yards per catch on 12 receptions. The Marauders, however, will need Tischbein to return to his 2006 form when he led the team in receiving with 557 yards and seven touchdowns. Downs has good size at 6-foot-2 and made one catch in his only appearance of the 2007 season.

Colby spent the previous seven years coaching at Northwestern where a spread offense gave opposing Big Ten defenses fits. A key to success in the spread attack is a dual-threat quarterback, and few athletes possess all the necessary tools. But Millersville red-shirt sophomore Jamal Smith was born to play in the spread offense.

In an effort to bolster the corps, the coaching staff may move 6-7 senior Derek Fry outside after spending the previous three seasons lining up at tight end. Fry has 15 career catches and in 2006, he proved to be a red zone threat in 2006 when he made five touchdown catches and averaged 15.0 yards per grab.

As a first-year starter last season, Smith showed off his feet as he scrambled for 633 yards and a team-leading five rushing touchdowns. With 11 games under his belt, he’ll only be better in 2008. But in order for the offense to click, Smith must improve his throwing accuracy. He completed just 38.4 percent of his passes last season for 73.4 yards per game. Colby, however, doesn’t believe that will be in an issue this season.

With experience lacking at wide receiver, expect a bevy of newcomers to make an immediate impact in the passing game.

“Jamal improved a great deal in the spring,” said Colby. “You can see that

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Season Outlook 2007 Award Winners

Tight End

PSAC Eastern Division Rookie of the Year QB

Jamal Smith *

PSAC Eastern Division First Team OT RS DL DB DB

Adam Cobb * Jimmie Cotton Kevin Kershner * Brandon Shelton Marcus Banks

Red-shirt freshman Matt Sztubinski will also vie for playing time after gaining experience during a red-shirt season in 2007. The 6-6, 230 pounder was an all-area tight end at Plymouth Meeting high school.

PSAC Eastern Division Second Team OG RB DL

Offensive Line

Sean Plunkett Brad Lantz * Jarrod Linn *

The Marauders return only two starters in the trenches but both are talented veterans. Senior Adam Cobb is entering his third season as a starter and last year, he earned a spot on the All-PSAC Eastern Division First Team as a tackle. He will be the cornerstone of the line and of the Marauder offense.

PSAC Top 10 Award Winner

Junior Christian Calderon brings size to the offensive front, standing 6-4 and weighing 310 pounds. He appeared in 10 games and logged nine starts last season. With Calderon and Cobb leading the way, the Marauders finished fourth in the PSAC in rushing offense.

(for athletic and academic achievement) DB Brandon Shelton

Daktronics All-Northeast Region DB

Coach Colby recognizes that the team is extremely thin behind Cobb and Calderon, and youth will need to make an impact. The massive Ryan Carter (6-5, 345 pounds) will battle for playing time at one of the tackle spots. Redshirt freshman Michael DeHaven will also be in the mix at tackle. Red-shirt freshman Christopher Gailey and sophomore Brendan McCullough, who appeared in six games last year, will get a look at guard as well.

Brandon Shelton First Team

Don Hansen’s Football Gazette All-Northeast Region DB DB

Marcus Shelton First Team Brandon Shelton Third Team

Junior Dan Kyper should have an opportunity to play the center position, as will sophomore Matthew Gillin and red-shirt freshman Dan Houck.

*Returning in 2008

Defensive Line

Returning Leaders Rushing Brad Lantz Jamal Smith Andrew Tischbein

Four starters return on the defensive front for the Marauders, including All-PSAC Eastern Division First Team selection Kevin Kershner. However, the unit struggled through a rash of injuries throughout spring practice, so Colby and the staff have yet to see the group play together.

GP 11 11 10

Att. 234 163 3

Yds. 902 633 10

Avg. 3.9 3.9 3.3

TD 4 5 0

Passing GP Jamal Smith 11 Bill Shirk 8

Cmp. 63 14

Att. 164 33

Pct. 38.4 42.4

Yds. 807 131

Receiving Brad Lantz Andrew Tischbein Derek Fry Jacob Haines

GP 11 10 11 8

Rec. 15 12 4 1

Yds. 119 174 41 5

Avg. Avg./G TD 7.9 10.8 0 14.5 17.4 1 10.2 3.7 0 5.0 0.6 0

Tackles Dan McClellan Troy Englehart Matt Harmon Kevin Kershner

GP 11 10 11 11

Solo 29 22 16 12

Asst. 9 9 15 18

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Should the coaching staff move Derek Fry to wide receiver, the tight end position will also find itself without a veteran pass catcher. Senior Bobby Swier is entering his fourth year with the team but his only stats came on the defensive side as a linebacker in 2005 and 2006. He made the switch to tight end last season and while undersized at 6-0 and 235 pounds, he is a capable and tough blocker.

Int. 7 3

TD 4 0

Int. QBS TFL-Yds. 1 0-0 0-0.0 0 1.0-2 3.5-7 0 0-0 1.0-1 0 0.5-3 7.0-13

Kershner is the team’s top disruptive force. He made a team-leading seven stops behind the line of scrimmage from his defensive end spot in 2007, but he will look to return his pass rush production back to its 2006 form, when he totaled 5.5 sacks. Jarrod Linn is back for his senior campaign as well. The two-time All-PSAC East pick teams with Kershner to form one of the more formidable bookends in the conference. Linn is a playmaker that has led all defensive linemen in tackles each of the last two seasons. His 2.5 sacks led the team a year ago, and he also caused a pair of fumbles and recovered three. The Marauder’s top defensive tackle tandem returns intact. Sophomores Chad Miller and Rashad Miller contributed immediately as true freshman. Both played in all 11 games.

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Season Outlook Chad proved to be a penetrating tackle, making 23 tackles including six behind the line. Rashad, who tips the scales at 290 pounds, anchors the line against the run. There is depth on the line, as well. Sophomore Jacob Haines flashed last season, appearing in eight games and making 12 stops, forcing a fumble and making two tackles for loss. Sophomore Matt Marcinek also made 12 tackles and two for loss in 12 games. Also in the mix will be red-shirt freshman Christian Clanton, sophomore Owen King, red-shirt freshman Stephen Kuter and red-shirt freshman Byron Void.

Linebacker Senior middle linebacker Matt Harmon may be the only returning starter, but Colby is optimistic about the linebacking corps. He recognized in the spring that they were just the type of players he was looking for. As a unit, the linebackers are blue collar, possess a top-notch work ethic and willingness to learn. Harmon started all 11 games last year and registered 31 tackles. Harmon is a two-year starter with 98 career tackles to his credit. Not only will his production be a key, but his leadership will also be vital to the success of the defense. Another steady veteran is senior Ryan Knox. Knox is has contributed since his rookie season and has played in 25 career games including 10 as a sophomore and nine last year. He posted a career-high 15 tackles in 2007 and made 2.5 tackles for loss as well. He is undersized at 6-0, 215 pounds, but is a perfect fit on the outside where he can cover and move sideline to sideline. Also expected to make a splash is sophomore Jerrod Bowling and junior Jordan Shank. Both players saw action in seven games last year and totaled 15 and four tackles respectively. Sophomore William Gregorio and red-shirt freshman Eric Arnold will also battle for playing time.

Secondary A top area of concern for Colby and the Marauders is the dearth of experience and depth in the secondary. Millersville lost a pair of top-notch corners in Brandon Shelton and Marcus Banks, both of who were All-PSAC Eastern Division First Team picks last year. Also gone from the secondary is the productive Jason Krol, who finished second on the team in tackles in 2007. In an effort to sure-up the secondary, returning safety Dan McClellan moved to corner in spring practice. However, the sophomore could not work at full speed because of an injury. McClellan played in all 11 games last season and showed a knack for the ball, picking off one pass, breaking up five others and recovering a fumble. Junior Julius Carter-Brooks is the secondary’s most veteran play, having played in 19 career games. He proved productive in nickel and dime situations last season, making 40 total tackles and making one interception, which he returned for 21 yards. He will likely move into one of the safety spots.

Classmate Thomas Wilmer has appeared in seven career games as a strong safety, and he broke up three passes last season. With his experience, he should have the early edge on a starting spot. Sophomores Daniel Johnson and Shane Gross saw some action as true freshman in 2007 and will be in the mix this season as well.

Special Teams The Marauders appear to have some stability at kicker with red-shirt junior John Banzhof returning. He hit 7-of-13 field goal tries last season including 5-of-7 from 30 to 39 yards. He also hit a long of 42 and made good on 17 PATs. Banzhof also averaged a solid 59.5 yards per kickoff. With the departure of punter Derek Leslie, Banzhof will likely take over the punting duties. Colby and his staff will be auditioning kickoff and punt returners in the fall. The speedy Darnell Johnson and sophomore Jared Johnson are the only players on the roster with collegiate experience in the return game. Darnell was limited to just two kickoff returns during the 2006 season, and Jared took two kickoffs early in the 2007 season for a total of 33 yards.

The Schedule Colby may be heading into his first season in the PSAC, but he knows the league’s reputation. “The PSAC produces a good brand of football,” Colby said. “There are NFL quality athletes in this league.” The season kicks off with a rare Friday night game on Aug. 29 in Waltham, Mass., against Bentley, which posted a 7-3 record in 2007. It will be just the second-ever meeting between the two programs but the second meeting in as many years as Bentley edged Millersville 17-10 last season. The Marauders return to Biemesdurfer Stadium for consecutive home games against PSAC West perennial powers Slippery Rock and Indiana (Pa.). Both teams won nine games last season. The Sept. 13 contest against Indiana will be a coaching reunion as Colby served as an assistant under Lou Tepper at Illinois. The PSAC Eastern Division slate opens on Sept. 20 with a road trip and night game against West Chester. Bloomsburg and Cheyney visit Millersville on Oct. 4 and Oct. 11 before the Marauders make their first-ever trip to Long Island, N.Y., to face the PSAC’s newest member, C.W. Post. The PSAC also welcomes Mercyhurst and Gannon into the fold this season, creating a 16-team league. Mercyhurst and Gannon will compete in the Western Division and Shippensburg will return to the Eastern Division. Also returning in 2008 is the “State Game,” which will be played for the first time since 1987. But instead of adding another game to the schedule, the two divisional champions will play during the final week of the regular season, and the team’s previously scheduled opponents playing each other. Homecoming is Nov. 1 with kickoff at 1:30 p.m., against East Stroudsburg.

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2008 Roster No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 17 19 20 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 50 51

Name Pos. Ryan Archie DB John Sheffer K Shane Gross S Jordan Shank LB John Rader K Darnell Johnson TB Louis Brown CB Jamal Smith QB Julius Carter S Pat Strine OLB Andrew Tulio LS Bill Shirk QB Dalton Shorts OLB Andy Tischbein WR Kevin Fowle QB Timothy Ferguson OLB Dan McClellan C Colin McCall K John Wynder S Cardoza Jacks TB Geoff Hess S Brad Lantz TB Matt Sutjak S Jarrod Linn DL Oliver Wallace DB Alfred Williams DB Martique Vanderpool DB Matthew Booker RB Michael Chenoweth DE Daniel Johnson DB Jacob Bennett RB Bill Gregorio LB Jerrod Bowling LB Matt Harmon LB Troy Englehart III LB Steve Hess RB Byron Void DT John Banzhof P/K Keenan Walls DE/LB Craig Gardner OLB Hakeem Johnson RB Steve Roberts TB Eric Updegrove LB Kevin Kershner DE Thomas Wilmer LB Mike DeHaven OL Jeff Longley LB

No. 1 99 41 86 33 30 91 35 6 90 57 71 8 31 58 93 72 70 81 50 87 88 94 37 17 16 62 84 53 43 60 34 2 85 36 22 38 56 75 21 5 32 44 76 47 65 96

Coaches: Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator: Greg Colby (Illinois ’75), 1st year Assistant Coach: Brad Mangle (Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks) Assistant Coach: Ron Rankin (Defensive Line/Special Teams) Assistant Coach: Aubrey Kelly (Defensive Backs)

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Name Archie, Ryan Arnold, Eric Banzhof, John Bass, Derrick Bennett, Jake Booker, Matthew Boswell, Jared Bowling, Jerrod Brown, Louis Brown, Andy Calderon, Christian Carter, Ryan Carter, Julius Chenoweth, Mike Christian, Ryan Clanton, Chris Cobb, Adam Corrigan, Brian Cunningham, John DeHaven, Michael Downs, Andrew Egenrieder, Matthew Eldredge, Chris Englehart III, Troy Ferguson, Tim Fowle, Kevin Frantz, Greg Fry, Derek Gailey, Chris Gardner, Craig Gillin, Matt Gregorio, Bill Gross, Shane Haines, Jacob Harmon, Matt Hess, Geoff Hess, Steve Horn, Jason Houck, Don Jacks, Cardoza Johnson, Darnell Johnson, Daniel Johnson, Hakeem Jones, Jeff Kershner, Kevin King, Owen Knox, Ryan

Pos. DB LB K/P WR RB RB DL LB CB FB OL OT S DL ILB DL OT OL WR OT WR WR DL LB OLB QB DB WR OL OLB C LB DB DL LB S RB OL C RB RB CB RB OLB DL DL LB

Yr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Fr. R-Fr. So. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Sr. R-Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. So. Sr. R-Fr. Fr. So. R-Fr. So. So. So. Fr. R-Fr. Sr. So. Sr.

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

Wt. 180 223 215 185 190 205 205 225 170 250 310 345 195 240 210 225 285 305 185 275 180 175 235 230 200 180 230 230 320 200 315 210 210 245 235 205 165 290 295 200 195 180 185 210 245 255 215

Hometown/High School Philadelphia/Martin L. King Annville/Annville-Cleona Lancaster/J.P. McCaskey York/York Suburban New Tripoli/Northwestern Lehigh Norristown/Norristown Mt. Holly Spring/Carlisle Washington D.C./Archbishop Carroll North Hills/Upper Dublin Hanover/Southwestern Pottstown/Pottsgrove Pottstown/Pottstown Philadelphia/John Bartram Stewartstown/Kennard Dale Romansville/Downingtown West Philadelphia/George Washington Hanover/Southwestern Rockledge/Abington West Chester/Henderson Lyndell/Downingtown West Red Lion/Red Lion Harrisburg/Central Dauphin Lancaster/Lampeter-Strausburg Annville/Annville-Cleona Downingtown/Downingtown West Rockville, Md./Col. Zadok Magruder Wyndmore/La Salle Elliotsboro/West Perry York/West York Auduban/Methacton Wilmington, Del./Salesianium School Abington/Abington Pottsgrove/Pottsgrove Dover/Dover Downingtown/Downingtown East Millersville/Penn Manor West Chester/Rustin York/York Suburban Philadelphia/Chestnut Hill Academy Coatesville/Coatesville Gettysburg/Gettysburg Fairless Hills/Pennsbury Philadelphia/SS Neumann Goretti Philadelphia/George Washington Downingtown/Downingtown West Wyomissing/Wyomissing McSherrystown/Delone Catholic

Assistant Coach: Dave Keeny (Wide Receivers) Assistant Coach: Derrick Roche (Offensive Line) Assistant Coach: Bill Bailes (Specialists) Student Assistant Coach: Andy McCormack (Running Backs) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Dondre Gilliam (Wide Receivers)

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Name Kuter, Stephen Kyper, Nick Lantz, Brad Lawson, Jeffrey Levits, Trevor Linn, Jarrod Longley, Jeff Marcinek, Matt Martin, Chris May, Matt McCall, Colin McClellan, Dan McCullough, Brendan Miller, Chad Pirri, Kevin Rader, John Rajaram, Kreig Riley, Zack Roberts, Steven Shank, Jordan Sheffer, John Shirk, Bill Shorts, Dalton Smith, Jamal Spiroff, Joshua Strine, Pat Sutjak, Matt Swier, Bobby Sztubinski, Matt Thomas, Jamie Thompson, Donald Tischbein, Andy Tulio, Andrew Unick, Mike Updegrove, Eric Vanderpool, Martique Vodopija, Donald Void, Byron Wallace, Oliver Walls, Kenan Wiley, Mike Williams, Alfred Wilmer, Thomas Wilson, Shannon Woody, Brandon Wydner, John

Pronunciation Guide Andy Tischbein TISH-bine Kevin Fowle FOUL

Pos. DL C RB TE DL DL LB DL OL OL K CB OG DT FB K DL ILB RB LB K QB OLB QB FB OLB S TE TE ILB TE WR LS DL DB DB DL DL DB DL/LB DL DB LB WR OL S

Yr. R-Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. R-Fr. Sr. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. So. So. R-Fr. So. Sr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. R-Fr. R-So. Fr.

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

Matt Sutjak soot-JACK John Banzhof BAN-zoff Eric Updegrove UP-deh-grove Matt Marcinek MAR-sin-eck

Wt. 250 285 205 190 260 230 195 250 270 255 185 175 310 275 225 210 265 215 210 220 155 210 190 205 230 180 200 240 230 205 200 190 200 240 210 170 225 225 215 215 265 175 200 175 270 200

Hometown/High School Rosemont/Harriton Cornwall/Cedar Crest Towanda/Towanda Newark, Del./A.I. DuPont Pen Argyl/Pen Argyl Gettysburg/Gettysburg Browns Mills/Holy Cross Philadelphia/Roman Catholic Lancaster/Penn Manor Downingtown/Downingtown West Lancaster/Lancaster Catholic Langhorne/Neshaminy Birdsboro/Daniel Boone Cocalico/Denver Downingtown/Downingtown West West Chester/Rustin Washington D.C./Woodrow Wilson Havertown/Haverford Township Fort Washington/Upper Dublin Mt. Joy/Donegal Yardley/Pennsburg Phoenixville/Phoenixville Germansville/Northwestern Lehigh Camp Hill/Trinity Enola/Enola York/Central York Slatington/Northern Lehigh Royersford/Spring-Ford Plymouth Meeting/Plymouth Meeting Philadelphia/Plymouth-Whitemarsh Columbia/Columbia Hershey/Hershey Walnutport/Northern Lehigh Middletown/Hershey Hanover/Southwestern Washington D.C./Charles H. Flowers Philadelphia/Mastbaum Bryn Mawr/Academy of the New Church Philadelphia/George Washington Easton/Easton Hummelstown/Hershey Washington D.C./Ballou Philadelphia/George Washington Philadelphia/John Bartram Philadelphia/John Bartram Philadelphia/Cardinal Dougherty

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Pos.

52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 62 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

Matt Marcinek DE Chris Gailey OL Chad Miller DL Zachary Riley ILB Jason Horn OL Christian Calderon OL Ryan Christian ILB Jamie Thomas ILB Matt Gillin OL Kreig Rajaram DL Greg Frantz DE Brandon Woody OL Owen King DE Steve Kuter DT Joshua Spiroff FB/TE/LB Donald Thompson TE/LB Jeff Lawson P/K Brian Corrigan OL Ryan Carter OL Adam Cobb OL Brendan McCullough OL Matthew May OL Don Houck OL Jeff Jones OLB Donald Vodopija DE Nick Kyper OL Chris Martin OL Shannon Wilson WR John Cunningham WR Bob Swier TE Derek Fry WR Jacob Haines DT Derrick Bass WR Andy Downs WR Mathew Egenreider WR Matt Sztubinski TE Andy Brown FB Jared Boswell DL Kevin Pirri FB Chris Clanton DL Chris Eldredge DL Trevor Levitz DL Ryan Knox LB Michael Unick DL Michael Wiley DL Erik Arnold LB

Don Houck HOW-k Nick Kyper KIPE-er Bobby Swier SWY-er Matt Sztubinski STEW-bin-ski

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Linebacker R-Fr. 6-0 223 Annville/Annville-Cleona Major: Geology

Linebacker So. 5-11 225 Washington D.C./ Archbishop Carroll Major: Business

Offensive Line Jr. 6-4 310 Pottstown/Pottsgrove Major: Business Accounting

Eric Arnold

Jerrod Bowling

2007: Sat out his freshman season and received a red-shirt. High School: Three-year starter at running back and linebacker at Annville Cleona…Named Second Team All-Lebanon Lancaster League on defense and offense.

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John Banzhof Kicker / Punter R-Jr. 6-0 215 Lancaster/J.P McCaskey Major: Sociology / Criminology

2007: Recorded 15 tackles in seven games as a true freshman...Made first career tackle at East Stroudsburg on Sept. 29…Tallied a career-high two stops against Shippensburg on Oct. 13 and matched that total with five tackles (two solo, three assists) at Bloomsburg on Oct. 20…Picked up a half sack against Bentley on Nov. 3. High School: Standout player on the football field, being named all-conference as a junior and senior…Also competed in basketball and track and field…Excellent student with a 3.8 cumulative GPA. G UA A Total TFL Sacks PD 2007 7 9 6 15 0.5 0.5 0 TOTAL 7 9 6 15 0.50 .5 0

2007: Transferred to Millersville after Mansfield cut the football program…Leading scorer for the Marauders in 2007…Hit 7-of-13 field goals with a long of 42…Hit 5-of-7 from 30-39 yards… Made 17 of 21 PATs…Hit career-long 42 yarder against Slippery Rock on Sept. 8…Converted both field goal attempts including a 40-yard field goal on Sept. 15.

2007 2006 TOTALS

XPM-XPA 17-21 6-8 23-29

FGM-FGA 7-13 0-3 7-16

Lg 0 0 0

Blk 0 1 1

Andy Brown Fullback Sr. 6-0 240 Hanover/Southwestern Major: Tech Ed.

2007: Played in eight games last season recording a solo tackle against West Chester. 2006: Appeared in three games on special teams…Made first career appearance on Sept. 9 against Slippery Rock…Also played against Cheyney on Nov. 4 and at Mansfield on Nov. 11. 2005: Did not play. High School: Was a three-year letterwinner in football and wrestling…Served as football team captain and two-year starter on the football team…Was an honor roll student.

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2007: Played in 10 games and earned nine starts…Served as a key piece of an improving offensive line…Helped Brad Lantz rank fourth in the PSAC in rushing…Paved way for team to rush over 100 yards in 10 of 11 games…Team registered four 200-yard rushing performance, including a season-best 254 against Kutztown in the season finale. 2006: Appeared in nine games and started four as a true freshman…Earned first career start against Lock Haven...Was a starter in the Sept. 30 game against Kutztown in which the team rushed for 313 yards and totaled 559 all purpose yards. High School: Earned three varsity letters and was a two-year starter at Pottsgrove…Earned All-PAC 10 honors as a senior…Played in the county east-west all-star game.

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2006: Made 6-of-8 extra points in 2006 playing for Mansfield…Went 3-for-3 against Lock Haven. High School: Competed in track, soccer and powerlifting at J.P. McCaskey.

FF FR 0 0 0 0

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Ryan Carter Defensive Line So. 6-5 345 Pottstown/Pottstown Major: Public Relations 2007: Did not appear in any games during first year with the program. High School: A starter on the football and basketball team…An honor roll student…Martin Luther King, Jr. Award recipient.

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Cornerback Jr. 5-10 195 Philadelphia/John Bartram Major: Business Accounting

Offensive Tackle Sr. 6-6 285 Hanover/Southwestern Major: History

Offensive Tackle R-Fr. 6-6 275 Downingtown/ Downingtown West Major: Marketing

Julius Carter-Brooks

2007: Recorded 40 tackles in only nine games…Started the first two games of the season…Ranked sixth on the team in tackles…Had a 21-yard interception return against Cheyney… Made a career-high eight tackles (two solo, six assists) at Shepherd on Aug. 25…Matched career-high with eight stops, including six solo, on Oct. 13 against Shippensburg. 2006: Recorded 24 stops including 16 solo… Appeared in all 10 of the team’s games as a true freshman...Broke up one pass…Made three solo tackles in first career game on Sept. 9 against Slippery Rock…Made at least two tackles in seven games…Notched a season-high five tackles against California (Pa.). High School: Lettered in football and bowling at John Bartram…An honor roll student. 2007 2006 TOTAL

G 9 10 19

UA 18 16 34

A 22 8 30

Total 40 24 64

TFL 0.0 0.0 0.0

Sacks PD 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.0 2

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Christian Clanton Defensive End R-Fr. 6-1 225 Phila./George Washington Major: Undeclared

Adam Cobb

2007: Named All-PSAC Eastern Division First Team as a tackle…Was a leader on a young offensive line…One of only 12 Marauders to start in all 11 games…Instrumental in Brad Lantz ranking fourth in the conference in rushing… Paved the way for Jamal Smith’s 633 yards… Team totaled at least 100 yards rushing in 10 of 11 games and four 200-yard efforts…Helped offense to seven-straight games of at least 300 total yards of offense to close the season. 2006: Appeared in seven games and logged five starts at tackle…Started four of the final five games of the year…A member of the starting offensive line that created 313 rushing yards against Kutztown on Sept. 30…Team rushed for over 100 yards in all four games in which he started. 2005: Appeared in seven games as a true freshman…Made first career appearance in season opener against IUP…Made three catches on the season…First career reception went for 28 yards at Delaware State on Sept. 10…Also made a five-yard reception at Shippensburg and a 14yard catch against West Chester. High School: Won two letters in football and one with the basketball team…Named all-county as a senior on the football team.

Michael DeHaven

2007: Red-shirted during first season with the program. High School: Was a two-year starter at Downingtown West…Earned two varsity letters in football and one letter in basketball.

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Andrew Downs Wide Receiver So. 6-3 180 Red Lion/Red Lion Major: Tech Ed. 2007: One nine yard catch in only game played. High School: Excellent athlete that was a threeyear starter on the football and men’s volleyball team…Earned all-county honors as a wide receiver and as a defensive end…Also named all-county on the volleyball court…Honor roll student. G 2007 1 Total 1

RUSHING Att Yds TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

RECEIVING Rec Yds TD 1 9 0 1 9 0

2007: Red-shirted during first season with the squad. High School: Starter at George Washington High School.

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Inside Linebacker R-Sr. 6-0 230 Annville/Annville-Cleona Major: Biology

Linebacker R-Fr. 6-1 230 LaSalle/Wyndmore Major: Undeclared

Offensive Line R-Fr. 6-3 320 York/West York Major: Business Admin.

Troy Englehart III

Greg Frantz

2007: Played in 10 games as a reserve linebacker…Finished 11th on the team with 31 tackles...22 solo stops ranked sixth on the team…Recorded first career sack at Slippery Rock on Sept. 8… Made five tackles including four solo stops at Slippery Rock and at IUP…Tallied a career-high six tackles in back-to-back games against Shippensburg and Bloomsburg…Blocked a second quarter field goal try and totaled two tackles, including one for loss against Kutztown on Nov. 10.

2007: Made one tackle in only appearance…Received a red-shirt during first year with the team. High School: A three-year starter and member of the all-area team as a senior…Two-time letterwinner in baseball…Honor roll student.

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2005: Appeared in six games as a true freshman…Made first career appearance against Shippensburg on Sept. 17 and recorded a season-high two tackles. High School: A three-year letterwinner in football, wrestling and track and field. G 2007 10 2006 2 2005 6 TOTAL 18

UA 22 2 4 28

A Total TFL Sacks PD 9 31 3.5 1.0 0 4 6 1.5 0.0 0 2 6 0.5 0.5 0 15 43 5.5 1.5 0

FF 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 1 1

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Kevin Fowle Quarterback R-Fr. 6-3 180 Rockville, Md./Col. Zadok Magruder Major: Business Admin. 2007: Red-shirted during first season with the program.

2007: Appeared in all 11 games and started eight… Returned four kicks for a total of 23 yards…Hauled in four catches…Made seasonlong 21-yard reception at Slippery Rock on Sept. 8…Also made a catch against IUP, West Chester and Kutztown. 2006: Transitioned to tight end from wide receiver…Second on the team with five receiving touchdowns…Totaled 11 catches for 150 yards… Averaged 13.6 yards per grab…Made seasonhigh three receptions against Slippery Rock. 2005: Appeared in one game as a true freshman…Made first career appearance at Kutztown on Oct. 22. High School: A three-sport athlete that lettered three years in basketball and two times in football and track…Named First Team All-Mid-Penn in basketball and was a second team all-conference pick at wide receiver and defensive back in football. G 11 10 1 22

Rec 4 11 0 15

Yds 41 150 0 191

TD 0 5 0 5

High School: Two-time letterwinner in football and baseball at Col. Zadok Magruder…Started senior season at quarterback…Brother Ray played football at Millersville.

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High School: A standout athlete that was a three-time letterwinner in football, wrestling and track and field…Was a three-year starter and all-county lineman in 2005 and 2006... Named a county all-star as a senior in wrestling.

Matthews Gillin

Wide Receiver Sr. 6-7 230 Elliotsboro/West Perry Major: ITEC

2007 2006 2005 TOTAL

2007: Red-shirted during first season with the program.

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Derek Fry

2006: Missed nine games because of shoulder surgery…Appeared in two games making six stops and 1.5 tackles for a loss…Made only appearances on Aug. 26 against Shepherd and Sept. 9 against Slippery Rock.

Christopher Gailey

Lg 21 27 0 27

Center So. 6-2 315 Wilmington, Del./ Salesianiem Major: Sociology/Criminology 2007: Appeared in one game…Made first career appearance in season finale against Kutztown. High School: A three-year starter and four-time letterwinner…Named All-Catholic League…Received first honors in the classroom all four years.

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William Gregorio Linebacker So. 5-10 210 Abington/Abington Major: Business Admin. 2007: Saw playing time in three games…Recorded three tackles and half sack…Made first career appearance at Slippery Rock on Sept. 8…Totaled one tackle and a half tackle for a loss of three yards…Made one solo stop at East Stroudsburg on Sept. 29. High School: A two-time defensive MVP at Abington…Earned All-Suburban One Honorable Mention as a junior and second team all-league honors as a senior…Named team’s special teams MVP. G UA A Total TFL 2007 3 1 1 2 0.5 TOTAL 3 1 1 2 0.5

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Defensive Line So. 6-1 245 Dover/Dover Major: ITEC

Inside Linebacker Sr. 6-1 235 Downingtown/ Downingtown West Major: Social Studies Ed.

Strong Safety R-Fr. 5-11 205 Millersville/ Penn Manor Major: Undeclared

Matt Harmon

Jacob Haines

2007: Saw playing time in eight games recording 12 tackles and 2.5 tackles for a loss as a true freshman…Made two stops in first career game on Aug. 25 at Shepherd…Made at least two tackles in five games…Finished with eight solo tackles…Recorded first career sack against Lock haven on Sept. 15…Had a tackle for loss in each of the final two games of the season… High School: Three-year starter in football and four-time letterwinner in track and field… Named first team all-county in football and track and field. G UA A Total TFL 2007 8 8 4 12 2.5 Total 8 8 4 12 2.5

Sacks PD 0.5 0 0.5 0

FF FR 1 0 1 0

Geoffrey Hess

2007: One of only 12 players to start all 11 games…Tied for 10th on the team with 31 tackles…Tallied a season-high seven stops against Lock Haven on Sept. 15…Recorded six tackles at East Stroudsburg on Sept. 29…Made 18 tackles in three-game stretch from Sept. 15-29. 2006: Tied for second on the team with 56 tackles…33 tackles were solo…Notched 4.5 tackles for losses, which tied for third most on the team…Picked off first career pass and returned it for 14 yards against Mansfield…Made one fumble recovery…Tallied a career-high nine tackles against Lock Haven…Totaled five or more tackles in seven games…Made eight tackles at Kutztown on Sept. 30…Made 1.5 tackles for a loss of three yards at Lock Haven and one tackle for loss at California. 2005: Played in six games as a reserve during true freshman season…Registered five tackles… Made a 26-yard reception aat Kutztown on Oct. 22…First career appearance came on Sept. 17 at Shippensburg…Made first career tackle on Sept. 24 against East Stroudsburg…Finished the game with two tackles…Also made two stops against Cheyney the following week. High School: Lettered three times and was named All-Ches-Mont as a senior. G 2007 11 2006 11 2005 6 TOTAL 28

UA 16 33 3 52

A 15 23 2 40

Total 31 56 5 92

TFL Sacks INTs 1.0 0.0 0 4.5 0.0 1 0.0 0.0 0 5.5 0.0 1

PD 0 1 0 1

FF 0 0 0 0

FR 0 1 0 1

2007: Appeared in season opener against Shepherd and assisted on a tackle...Sat out the rest of the season and received a red-shirt. High School: Standout athlete at nearby Penn Manor…Letterwinner in football and track and field…Named first team all-league as a senior… Three-year starter in football…Captain of both football and track and field squads.

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Jason Horn Offensive Line So. 6-3 290 York/York Suburban Major: Elementary Ed. 2007: Appeared in two games as a reserve as a true freshman…Participated in each of the final two games of the season…Made first career appearance on Oct. 27 against Cheyney. High School: Was a two-year starter at York Suburban…Won three letters in track and field… Inducted into National Honor Society during junior year.

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Don Houck Center R-Fr. 6-2 295 Philadelphia/Chestnut Hill Academy Major: Undeclared 2007: Red-shirted during first season with the program. High School: Was a three-year starter at Chestnut Hill Academy.

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Running Back R-So. 5-9 205 Coatesville/Coatesville Major: Art

Running Back / Kick Return R-So. 5-9 195 Gettysburg/Gettysburg Major: OSHA

Running Back So. 5-8 185 Horsham/Hatboro-Horsham Major: Sociology/ Criminology

Darnell Johnson

Cardoza Jacks

2007: Strong first season rushing for 258 yards and a touchdown…Appeared in nine games and started six times…Finished third on the team in rushing yards and carries…Posted a season-long run of 18 yards against Slippery Rock on Sept. 8…Ran for a career-high 76 yards in the game…Toted the ball 16 times for 50 yards and first career touchdown in 36-24 win over East Stroudsburg on Sept. 29…Totaled 12 carries for 33 yards against West Chester on Oct. 6 and 10 carries for 33 yards at Cheyney on Oct. 27. 2006: Red-shirted during first year with the team. High School: Four-year letterwinner and threeyear starter in football and track and field…Posted nationally ranked times in track. RUSHING RECEIVING G Att Yds TD Rec Yds TD 2007 9 77 258 1 0 0 0 Total 9 77 258 1 0 0 0

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Daniel Johnson Cornerback So. 5-8 180 Fairless Hills/Pennsbury Major: Business Admin. 2007: Saw playing time in eight games and recorded three tackles...Played in eight of the team’s first 10 games…Made first career appearance on Aug. 25 at Shepherd…First career tackle came on an assist at Slippery Rock on Sept. 8… Made solo tackles at IUP on Sept. 22 and against West Chester on Oct. 6.

2007: Sat out because of medical reasons…Received a medical red-shirt. 2006: Appeared in 10 games and logged four starts…Finished second on the team in carries and yards…Posted 5.0 yards per carry and 47.1 yards per game…Ran for 471 yards and two touchdowns...Broke out with a career-high 244 yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries against Kutztown on Sept. 30…Posted a long gain of 63…Took 15 carries for 52 yards and made one catch against IUP on Sept. 23…Totaled 42 yards on 14 carries against East Stroudsburg on Oct. 7…Made a career-high two catches for 15 yards including a career-long of 12 to go along with 12 carries for 48 rushing yards at West Chester on Oct. 14...Started the season opener against Shepherd…Rushed for 19 yards on nine carries and made one grab for seven yards…Returned two kickoffs for a total of 36 yards and a long of 25 at California on Oct. 21. High School: A two-year starter on the football field…Lettered three years in indoor track and outdoor track. RUSHING 2007 2006 TOTAL

G DNP 10 10

Att

Yds

TD

Lg

95 95

471 471

2 2

63 63

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G DNP 10 10

Rec

Yds

TD

Lg

5 5

26 26

0 0

12 12

KICK RETURNS G 2007 DNP 2006 10 TOTAL 10

No.

Yds

TD

2 2

36 36

0 0

High School: Multiple letterwinner in football and track…Two-year starter in the secondary. G UA A Total TFL 2007 8 2 1 3 0.0 TOTAL 8 2 1 3 0.0

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2007: Saw time in three games and rushed for 10 yards…Made first career appearance at Shepherd on Aug. 25…Returned a kickoff for 17 yards…Totaled six carries 10 yards and a long of four at IUP…Also made two catches for one yard and returned one kick for 16 yards. High School: Named All-Suburban One as a senior. RUSHING G Att Yds 2007 3 6 10 Total 3 6 10

RECEIVING TD Rec Yds TD 0 2 1 0 0 2 1 0

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Defensive End Sr. 6-1 245 Downingtown/ Downingtown West Major: Sociology/ Criminology

Defensive End So. 6-2 255 Wyomissing/Wyomissing Major: Communications/ Public Relations

Defensive Line R-Fr. 6-3 250 Rosemont/Harriton Major: Mathematics

Kevin Kershner

2007: Named All-PSAC Eastern Division Second Team at defensive end…Recorded 30 tackles and seven tackles for loss…Ranked second among defensive lineman in tackles…Led the team in tackles for loss...Started all 11 games… Made 0.5 sacks on the season for a loss of three yards…Forced a fumble at Cheney on Oct. 27… Registered 2.5 tackles for loss and made a career-high six total tackles at Slippery Rock on Sept. 8…Tallied only sack of the season and matched a career-high with six tackles against Bentley on Nov. 3. 2006: Led the Marauders with eight tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks…Tied for seventh in the PSAC with 0.5 sacks per game…Ranked 12th on the team in total tackles with 26…Started all 11 games…Registered first sack in season opener against Shepherd on Aug. 26…Tallied at least a half tackle for loss in seven games…Made two sacks and three tackles for loss to go with a career-high six tackles at Kutztown on Sept. 30. 2005: Named team rookie of the year…Notched 17 tackles in 11 games as a true freshman… Made two stops and a tackle for loss in first career appearance on Aug. 27 at IUP…Tallied first career sack against East Stroudsburg on Sept. 24…Recorded season-high four stops against Slippery Rock and Cheyney. High School: Recipient of Edward J. Campbell Award…Named All-Ches-Mont and all-area as a senior…Served as team captain during senior season. 2007 2006 2005 TOTAL

G 11 11 11 33

UA 12 17 7 36

A 18 9 10 37

Total 30 26 17 73

TFL Sacks PD 7.0 0.5 0 8.0 5.5 0 4.5 1.5 0 19.5 7.5 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Stephen Kuter

Owen King

2007: Received a red-shirt following first season with the program.

2007: Did not appear in any games. High School: Was a four-year starter and an allcounty honoree.

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Ryan Knox

High School: A three-year starter in football, a two-time letterwinner in wrestling and a onetime letterwinner in lacrosse.

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Linebacker Sr. 6-0 215 McSherrystown/Delone Catholic Major: Business Admin. 2007: Appeared in nine games recording 15 tackles...Recorded season-high five tackles and two tackles for loss against Kutztown in the season finale…Totaled four tackles and a half sack at Shepherd in the season opener. 2006: Appeared in 10 games and recorded eight stops…Recorded a season-high three stops and forced a fumble against Indiana (Pa.)…Made two solo tackles against Bloomsburg on Oct. 28…Made two stops and a tackle for loss at Mansfield on Nov. 11.

Nick Kyper Center Jr. 6-0 285 Cornwall/Cedar Crest Major: Meteorology 2007: Appeared in the season finale against Kutztown as a reserve offensive lineman. 2006: Did not see any action during first season. High School: Was a two-year starter at Cedar Crest.

2005: Played in six games as a freshman and made two tackles…Made first career appearance at Shippensburg on Sept. 17…Tallied first career tackle at Cheyney on Oct. 1. 2007 2006 2005 TOTAL

G 9 10 6 27

UA 11 7 1 19

A Total TFL Sacks 4 15 2.5 0.5 1 8 1.0 0.0 1 2 0.0 0.0 6 25 3.5 0.5

INTs PD 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

FR 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0

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Running Back Jr. 5-10 195 Towanda/Towanda Major: Biology Education

Defensive End Sr. 6-2 230 Gettysburg/Gettysburg Area Major: Secondary Education/Math

Defensive End So. 6-2 250 Phila./Roman Catholic Major: Undecided

Brad Lantz

Jarrod Linn

2007: Named All-PSAC Eastern Division Second Team…Led team in rushing yards and ranked fourth in the PSAC with a career-high 902 yards…Finished first on the team in carries and second in the PSAC with 234…Second on the team with four rushing touchdowns...Finished second on the team with 15 receptions for 119 yards...Had a 40-yard kick return for a touchdown against East Stroudsburg…It was the lone kickoff return of his career…Totaled double figure carries in all 11 games...Recorded 20 or more carries in seven games…Totaled over 100 all purpose yards five times…Lugged the ball a career-high 36 times for 150 yards and made three catches against Lock Haven on Sept. 15…Totaled 124 yards with a long of 19 on 27 carries the following week at IUP…Hauled in a career-high four catches for 40 yards and a career-long of 30 to go with 22 carries and 70 yards against Bentley on Nov. 3…Reached 133 yards and a touchdown on 23 totes at Cheyney on Oct. 27…Posted a careerhigh 152 yards and a season-best two scores on 33 carries against Kutztown on Nov. 10…Scored game-tying touchdown in the fourth quarter that sent the game into overtime. 2006: Led team in rushing with 857 yards and seven touchdowns as a freshman…Led team in carries…Finished sixth in the conference in rushing yards…Ranked third on the team in receiving…Reached the 100-yard mark for the first time in career with 118 yards and two scores on 23 carries at Lock Haven on Sept. 16…Recorded 124 rushing yards and three touchdowns against West Chester…34 carries set a new career high… Rolled up 121 yards and a TD on 26 carries against Cheyney…Also made two catches for 55 yards and caught one TD pass…Career-long reception of 32 yards came in that game as well…

2007: Emerged as the defensive line’s top playmaker…Earned All-PSAC Eastern Division Second Team honors for second-straight season… Led the team with 2.5 sacks…Caused a pair of fumbles and recovered three…Led all defensive linemen with 35 stops…Made 4.5 tackles for loss…Started all 11 games…Made a careerhigh eight tackles, including 2.5 for loss, and recovered two fumbles for 33 yards against Lock Haven on Sept. 15…Recorded a sack and forced fumble at East Stroudsburg on Sept. 29… Notched two tackles and a sack against Shippensburg on Oct. 13. 2006: Had a breakout season finishing second on the team with three sacks…Named All-PSAC Eastern Division Second Team…Finished eighth on the team with 38 tackles…Led all defensive lineman in tackles…Knocked down one pass… Recorded a then-career high five tackles in season opener against Shepherd…Registered first career sack on Sept. 9 against Slippery Rock… Totaled six tackles and a sack at California (Pa.) on Oct. 21…Posted a career best seven tackles and tallied a sack against Cheyney on Nov. 4. 2005: Played in seven games as a true freshman…Made six tackles…Made Millersville debut on Aug. 27 and recorded two solo stops… Notched two tackles (one assist and one solo) at Cheyney on Oct. 1. High School: Won multiple letters at Gettysburg Area 2007 2006 2005 TOTAL

G 9 10 6 27

UA 11 7 1 19

A 4 1 1 6

Total 15 8 2 25

TFL 2.5 1.0 0.0 3.5

Sacks INTs 0.5 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.5 0

High School: Competed in football, swimming and track and field. 2007 2006 TOTAL

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RUSHING Att Yds TD 234 902 4 193 857 7 427 1759 11

RECEIVING Rec Yds 15 119 18 207 33 326

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FF 0 0 0 0

2007: Appeared in nine games as a back-up defensive end…Totaled 12 tackles and two tackles for loss…Opened his career with eight tackles and a tackle for loss against Shepherd in the season opener…Forced a fumble and made three stops at Slippery Rock on Sept. 8. High School: Won four varsity letters as a standout at Roman Catholic…Earned First Team All-Catholic League honors and was named all-city…Also earned three varsity letters in ice hockey and two in baseball. G UA A Total TFL 2007 9 5 7 12 2.0 Total 9 5 7 12 2.0

Yds 2 2

PD 0 0

FF FR 1 0 1 0

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Dan McClellan Cornerback So. 5-10 175 Langhorne/Neshaminy Major: Communications 2007: Recorded 38 tackles as a true freshman...One of the only freshman on the team to play in all 11 games…Ranked second among all freshman with eight starts…Ranked seventh on the team in tackles…Led all freshman in takles…Finished second on the team with six passes defended…Picked off one pass with a return of 21 yards and recovered a fumble with a return of 24 yards…Also forced a fumble at East Stroudsburg…Notched season-high six tackles in week one against Shepherd…Made at least three tackles in nine games…Broke up a career-high four passes at IUP on Sept. 22. High School: Attended Valley Forge Military Academy for one season following high school…Competed in track and football at Neshaminy…Was First Team All-SOL in the 100-meter dash and in the 4x100m relay. G UA A Total TFL 2007 11 29 9 38 0 TOTAL 11 29 9 38 0

Sacks PD 0.0 1 0.0 1

FF FR 1 0 1 0

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Offensive Guard So. 6-4 310 Birdsboro/Daniel Boone Major: Business Admin.

Defensive Line So. 6-3 290 Abington/Abington Major: Biology

Linebacker R-So. 6-1 220 Mt. Joy/Donegal Major: Psychology

Brendan McCullough

2007: Appeared in six games as a reserve during true freshman campaign…Made first career appearance at IUP…Played in six of the final eight games of the season. High School: Was a two-year starter at Daniel Boone…Named All-Berks County.

Chad Miller

Yds 3 3

PD 1 1

FF FR 0 1 0 1

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2007: Appeared in all 11 games and started eight...Ranked third among defensive lineman with 23 tackles including 16 solo…Ranked second among freshman in tackles…Ranked second on the team and first among freshman in tackles for loss with 6.0…Batted down a pair of passes…Totaled three tackles and a tackle for loss in first career appearance on Aug. 25 against Shepherd…Notched a then-career-high four tackles with 1.5 tackles for loss against Shippensburg…Recorded five solo tackles and two tackles for loss against Cheyney. High School: A three-sport standout at Cocalico…Won three letters in football...Named AllLancaster Lebanon League First Team for three years in a row…Also a three-year starter in baseball and a two-year letterwinner in ice hockey. PD 2 2

2007: Led all freshman in games started… Played in all 11 games at defensive tackle…Finished with 13 tackles including 9 solo…Broke up one pass and recovered one fumble…Had season-high four solo tackles against Bloomsburg… Made one tackle for loss…Made three tackles in career debut on Aug. 25 against Shepherd.

G UA A Total TFL 2007 11 9 4 13 1.0 Total 11 9 4 13 1.0

Defensive Line So. 6-0 275 Denver/Cocalico Major: ITEC

Yds 11 11

Jordan Shank

High School: Named team MVP during senior season at Abington...Earned two varsity letters in football and one in basketball.

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G UA A Total TFL 2007 11 16 7 23 6.0 Total 11 16 7 23 6.0

Rashad Miller

FF FR 0 0 0 0

Steven Roberts Running Back R-Fr. 5-11 215 Fort Washington/ Upper Dublin Major: Communications 2007: Appeared in two games but received a red-shirt following first season with the team. High School: Was a three-year starter at Upper Dublin where he received First Team AllSuburban One honors.

2007: Recorded four tackles in seven games as a reserve linebacker…Made all four tackles (two solo and two assists) in season opener at Shepherd. 2006: Played in nine games and recorded five tackles playing at Mansfield. High School: Won three letters at Donegal… Named first team all-conference following senior year. 2007 2006 TOTAL

G 7 9 16

UA 2 3 5

A Total TFL Sacks INTs PD 2 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 2 5 0.0 0.0 0 0 4 9 0.0 0.0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0

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Bill Shirk Quarterback R-So. 6-1 210 Phoenixville/Phoenixville Major: Special Education 2007: Played in eight games and started the season opener against Shepherd…Performed in a back-up role behind PSAC Easter Rookie of the Year Jamal Smith…Finished the year with 14-of-33 passing for 131 yards…Went 3-for-6 for 23 yards against Lock Haven on Sept. 15… Threw for a career-high 50 yards while completing a career-high six passes on nine attempts… Completed a career-best 27-yard completion in a 3-for-7 performance against Kutztown in the season finale…Rushed for a touchdown against Kutztown. 2006: Received a red-shirt during first season with the program. High School: Was a three-year starter on the football and baseball teams…Named team’s offensive player of the year…All-PAC-10 First Team at quarterback. Rushing Passing G Att Yds TD Att Cmp Int 2007 8 11 -6 1 33 14 3 Total 8 11 -6 1 33 14 3

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Quarterback R-So. 6-3 205 Camp Hill/Trinity Major: Criminology/ Sociology

Tight End Sr. 6-0 240 Royersford/Spring-Ford Major: Business Marketing

Wide Receiver Sr. 5-11 190 Hershey/Hershey Major: Sociology/ Criminology

Jamal Smith

2007: Had a break out year…Named PSAC Eastern Division Rookie of the Year...Recipient of team’s rookie of the year award…Played in all 11 games and started 10…Threw for 807 yards and four touchdowns and was the team’s second leading rusher with 633 yards…Led the with five rushing touchdowns…Started each of the final 10 games of the season…Totaled double-digit carries in all but one game during the season… Held under 30 yards rushing just three times… Totaled at least one double-figure gain on the ground in 10 of 11 games…Totaled three runs longer than 35 yards…Rushed for 136 on 20 carries and threw for 157 and two TD’s on 5-of12 passing at East Stroudsburg on Sept. 29… Completed a career-long pass of 54 yards in the game…Rushed for 99 yards and a touchdown and threw for 74 against Shippensburg…Threw for a career-high 174 yards and a TD on 10-of-21 passing and added 65 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries on the ground…Scrambled for 106 yards on just eight carries with a career-long run of 58 in the season finale against Kutztown. 2006: Received a red-shirt. High School: Started and earned varsity letters in football, basketball and track…Was the District 3 high jump champ. RUSHING PASSING G Att Yds TD Att Cmp Int TD 2007 11 163 633 5 164 63 7 4 Total 11 163 633 5 164 63 7 4

Bobby Swier

Andy Tischbein

2007: Appeared in nine games and earned a start against West Chester as a back-up tight end. 2006: Played in three games as an inside linebacker…Finished the season with two solo tackles…Made one tackle against Cheyney and Mansfield. 2005: Played in one game as a true freshman… First career appearance came at Kutztown on Oct. 22. High School: Lettered three times in football and was a two-time letterwinner with the wrestling team…Named honorable mention all-conference as an offensive lineman. 2007 2006 2005 TOTAL

G 9 3 1 4

UA 0 2 0 2

A Total 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2

TFL 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Yds PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Matt Sztubinski Tight End R-Fr. 6-6 230 Plymouth Meeting/ Plymouth Whitemarsh Major: Biology 2007: Red-shirt during first season with the team. High School: Was a two-year starter and all-area tight end at Plymouth Whitemarsh…Also lettered twice with the lacrosse squad.

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2007: Fourth in the team in receiving with 174 yards on 12 receptions…Totaled 95 yards receiving and a touchdown against Bloomsburg… Made one catch in six games…Hauled in a season-long reception of 50 yards and scored a TD at Bloomsburg…Finished the game with a season-high five catches and 95 yards. 2006: Posted a breakout year to fill the hole left by Randall Eggleton’s injury...Led the team with seven touchdowns and 557 receiving yards… Finished second on the team with 36 receptions…Had eight catches and a TD on 93 yards against Slippery Rock…Recorded 100 receiving yards on six catches against Bloomsburg… Hauled in at least four catches in six games… Topped 65 yards receiving six times…Caught TD passes in three-straight games from Sept. 9-Sept. 23…Caught a touchdown in each of the final two games of the year. 2005: Recorded 10 grabs for 141 yards during his freshman campaign…Made four grabs against Kutztown for 48 yards…Had a seasonhigh 65 receiving yards on three catches against East Stroudsburg…Made three special teams tackles at Kutztown. High School: Outstanding three-sport athlete… Earned three varsity letters in football, basketball and volleyball…Named Second Team All-MidPenn in football…First Team All-Mid-Penn in volleyball…An honor student. RUSHING RECEIVING G Att Yds TD Rec Yds TD 2007 10 3 10 0 12 174 1 2006 11 1 7 0 36 557 7 2005 8 0 0 0 10 141 0 TOTAL 29 4 17 0 58 873 8

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Defensive Back R-Fr. 5-11 210 Hanover/South Western Major: Secondary Education/Math

Strong Safety R-So. 5-11 200 Philadelphia/ George Washington Major: Communications/ Public Relations

Wide Receiver R-Fr. 5-9 175 Philadelphia/ John Bartram Major: Social Work

Eric Updegrove

2007: Appeared in two games…Made first career appearance on Sept. 29 at East Stroudsburg…Also played in Oct. 13 game against Shippensburg. High School: Was a two-year starter at South Western…Named All-YAIAA First Team…Also won three letters with the basketball team… Named YAIAA All-Star in basketball.

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Byron Void Defensive End R-Fr. 6-1 225 Philadelphia/Academy of the New Church Major: Accounting

Thomas Wilmer

2007: Played in six games recording seven tackles as well as 1.5 tackles for a loss…Made first career appearance on Aug. 25 at Shepherd… Registered first career tackle at Slippery Rock on Sept. 8…Tallied a season-high three tackles and recorded first career sack against Bentley…Forced a fumble and broke up a pass at Cheyney…Broke up two passes against Kutztown in the season finale.

Shanon Wilson

2007: Received a red-shirt during first season with the program. High School: Was an all-public and all-city receiver at John Bartram.

2006: Red-shirted during first season at Millersville. 2007 2006 Total

G 6 1 7

UA 3 0 3

A Total TFL 4 7 1.5 0 0 0.0 4 7 1.5

Yds 2 0 2

PD 0 1 1

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0

2007: Red-shirted during first season at Millersville. High School: Was a two-sport athlete, participating in football and basketball.

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Marauder Pros All-Time Draft Picks Player Robb Riddick Dennis Booker Ray Garganes

Year 1981 1975 1971

Rnd 9 10 17

Pick 241 252 426

Team Pos Buffalo Bills RB Dallas Cowboys RB Chicago Bears LB

Marauders in the NFL

(played in at least one regular season game) WR DB DB RB

Dondre Gilliam Chris Johnson Will Lewis Robb Riddick

San Diego Chargers Philadelphia Eagles Seattle Seahawks Buffalo Bills

2002-2003 1987 1980-1981 1981-1988

Marauders in the Pros Scott Martin Sean Scott Bakari Brown Shawn Foxworth Joe Hollister

1995 2004-Present 2007-Present 2006 2007-Present 2006-07

Memphis Pharaohs (AFL) Philadelphia Soul (AFL) WBS Pioneers (AF2) Albany Conquest (AF2) Reading Exrpess (AIFA) WBS Pioneers (AF2)

OL/DL WR WR WR WR FB/LB

Coaches Chris Siegfried *

2008-Present 2007 2006 2002-05

Arkansas Twister (AF2) Head Coach Kansas City Brigade (AFL) Offensive Coordinator Spokane Shock (AF2) Head Coach Cape Fear/South Georgia Wildcats (AF2) Head Coach

*Became the first AF2 player in the league history to serve as a head coach in the league when he was hired by Cape Fear in 2002. He led the Spokane Shock to an AF2 ArenaCup in 2006 and was named coach of the year.

Chris Siegfried

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Opponents GAME 1 - Falcons Bentley College Aug. 29, 2008, 7 p.m. Waltham, Mass.

GAME 2 – The Rock Slippery Rock University Sept. 6, 2008 1 p.m. Millersville, Pa.

School Information

School Information

Founded: 1917 Enrollment: 3,994 Nickname: Falcons School Colors: Blue and Gold Stadium: Bentley Football Field Capacity: 4,800 Surface: FieldTurf Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 President: Gloria C. Larson, JD Athletic Director: Bob DeFelice Athletic Department Phone: 781-891-2256

Founded: 1889 Enrollment: 8,200 School Colors: Green and White Stadium: Bob DiSpirito Field at N. Kerr Thompson Stadium Capacity: 10,000 Surface: Artificial Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Western Division President: Dr. Robert M. Smith Athletic Director: Paul Lueken Athletic Department Phone: 724-738-2021

Sports Information

Sports Information

Sports Information Director: Dick Lipe Office Phone: 781-891-2334; Home Phone: 781-893-6329 E-Mail Address: r Sports Information Fax: 781-891-2648 Mailing Address: 175 Forest Street, Waltham, Mass. 02451-4705 Athletics Website: www.bentleyfalcons.com

Sports Information Director: Bob McComas Office Phone: 724-738-2777; Home Phone: 724-372-4074 E-Mail Address: [email protected] Sports Information Fax: 724-738-4761 Press Box Phone: 724-738-2995 Mailing Address: 1 Morrow Way, 201 Old Main, Slippery Rock, PA 16057 Athletics Website: www.rockathletics.com

Football Information Head Coach (Alma Mater): Peter Yetten (Boston ’71) Head Coach Phone: 781-891-2704 Record at BC: 213-72-2 (29 years) Career Record: same 2007 Overall Record: 7-3 NE-10 Record/Finish: 6-3 Basic Offense: Multiple; Basic Defense: 4-3 Total Lettermen Returning/Lost: 52/24 Total Starters Returning/Lost: 16/8 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5 2008 Schedule Aug. 29 Millersville 7 p.m. Sept. 6 @ Sacred Heart 1 p.m. Sept. 12 Carson-Newman 7 p.m. Sept. 20 @ Am. International 1 p.m. Sept. 26 Stonehill 7 p.m. Oct. 3 Assumption 7 p.m. Oct. 10 @ So. Connecticut St. 7 p.m. Oct. 18 Merrimack 2 p.m. Oct. 25 @ Saint Anselm 1 p.m. Nov. 1 Pace 1 p.m. Nov. 8 Stonehill 12 p.m.

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2007 Schedule Sept. 7 @ So. Connecticut State L 31-24 Sept. 14 Am. International W 48-23 Sept. 22 @ Merrimack W 31-26 Sept. 28 Assumption W 22-13 Oct. 6 @ Pace W 25-6 Oct. 12 C.W. Post L 30-27 (2OT) Oct. 20 @ Stonehill W 24-17 Oct. 27 Saint Anslem W 52-6 Nov. 3 @ Millersville W 17-10 Nov. 10 @ Bryant L 29-3

Football Information Head Coach (Alma Mater): Dr. George Mihalik (Slippery Rock ’74) Head Coach Phone: 724-738-2780 Record at SRU: 136-79-4 (20 years); Career Record: same 2007 Overall Record: 9-2 PSAC West Record/Finish: 4-2 (3rd) Basic Offense: One-back; Basic Defense: 4-3 Total Lettermen Returning/Lost: 36/17 Total Starters Returning/Lost: 10/14 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost: 4/7 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost: 4/7 2008 Schedule Aug. 30 @ Seton Hill Sept. 6 @ Millersville Sept. 13 Kutztown Sept. 20 Gannon Sept. 27 @ Mercyhurst Oct. 4 @ IUP Oct. 11 @ Clarion Oct. 18 Edinboro Oct. 25 @ California Nov. 1 Lock Haven Nov. 8 East Stroudsburg

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2007 Results Aug. 30 Seton Hill Sept. 8 Millersville Sept. 15 @ Bowie State Sept. 22 Kutztown Sept. 29 IUP Oct. 6 @ East Stroudsburg Oct. 13 Clarion Oct. 20 @ Shippensburg Oct. 27 California Nov. 1 @ Lock Haven Nov. 10 @ Edinboro

W 51-24 W 21-5 W 35-7 W 45-9 L 31-34 W 31-24 W 41-18 W 38-34 L 13-22 W 27-11 W 59-34

Opponents GAME 3 - Crimson Hawks Indiana University (Pa.) September 13, 2008, 1 p.m. Millersville, Pa.

GAME 4 – Golden Rams West Chester University Sept. 20, 2008 6 p.m. West Chester, Pa.

School Information

School Information

Founded: 1875; Enrollment: 14,200 School Colors: Crimson and Gray Stadium: George P. Miller Stadium; Capacity: 6,500 Surface: Artificial (A Turf) Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Western Division President: Dr. Tony Atwater Athletic Director: Dr. Frank Condino Athletic Department Phone: 724-357-2782

Founded: 1871 Enrollment: 12,800 Colors: Purple and Gold Stadium (Capacity): John A. Farrell Stadium (7,500) Surface: Field Turf Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division Interim President: Linda Lamwers Athletics Director: Dr. Edward M. Matejkovic Athletics Department Phone: 610-436-3555

Sports Information

Sports Information

Sports Information Director: Mike Hoffman Office Phone: 724-357-2747; Home Phone: 724-465-8302 E-Mail Address: [email protected] Sports Information Fax: 724-357-7804 Press Box Phone: 724-357-2762 Mailing Address: 107 Memorial Field House, Indiana, PA 15705 Athletics Website: www.iup.edu/athletics

Sports Information Director: James Zuhlke Office Phone: 610-436-3316 Cell Phone: 845-553-3177; E-mail Address: [email protected] Sports Information Fax: 610-436-1020 Press Box Phone: 610-436-2160 Mailing Address: Dept. of Athletics, Sturzebecker HSC, 855 S. New St., West Chester, PA 19383 Athletics Website: wcupagoldenrams.com

Football Information Head Coach: Lou Tepper (Rutgers, ‘67) Record at IUP: 17-5, .773 (2 years); Overall Record: 82-62-2, .568 (14 years) Head Coach Office Phone: 724-357-2780 2007 Overall Record: 9-3 (Home: 4-1; Away: 5-2) PSAC West Record/Finish: 5-1/2nd NCAA Playoffs: 1-1 Basic Offense: Multiple; Basic Defense: 3-4 Total Lettermen Returning/Lost: 40/13 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Total Starters Returning/Lost: 14/8

2008 Schedule Sept. 6 @ C.W. Post Sept. 13 @ Millersville Sept. 20 Lock Haven Sept. 27 @ California Oct. 4 Slippery Rock Oct. 11 @ Edinboro Oct. 18 Mercyhurst Oct. 25 Clarion Nov. 1 @ Gannon Nov. 8 Kutztown

12 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 2:35 p.m. 3:35 p.m. 1 p.m. 3:35 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

2007 Results Sept. 9 Cheyney Sept. 15 @ East Stroudsburg Sept. 22 Millersville Sept. 29 @ Slippery Rock Oct. 6 California Oct. 13 Edinboro Oct. 20 @ Lock Haven Oct. 27 @ Clarion Nov. 3 Shippensburg Nov. 10 @ Bloomsburg

W 80-14 W 38-23 W 45-0 W 34-31 L 38-12 W 27-7 W 44-13 W 38-31 W 30-0 L 41-35

Football Information Head Coach: Bill Zwaan (Delaware ’79) Record at West Chester: 45-18 (5 years); Overall Record: 99-32 (11 years) Head Coach Office: 610-436-3528 2007 Overall Record: 9-3 2007 PSAC East Record (Finish): 5-0 (1st) Basic Offense: Wing T; Basic Defense: Seven-man front Total Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 36/24 Starters Returning/Lost: 8/14 Offensive Returnees: 3; Defensive Returnees: 5

2008 Schedule Aug. 30 @ California (Pa.) Sept. 6 Lock Haven Sept. 13 @ Delaware Sept. 20 Millersville Sept. 27 Kutztown Oct. 4 East Stroudsburg Oct. 11 C.W. Post Oct. 18 Shippensburg Oct. 25 Cheyney Nov. 1 Bloomsburg Nov. 8 Mercyhurst

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

2007 Results Sept. 1 @Edinboro W 32-16 Sept. 8 @ Delaware L 14-41 Sept. 15 CLARION W 49-21 Sept. 22 @ Shippensburg W 34-29 Sept. 29 BLOOMSBURG* W 44-28 Oct. 6 @ Millersville* W 42-14 Oct. 13 KUTZTOWN* W 21-0 Oct. 20 EAST STROUDSBURG* W 30-15 Oct. 27 ST. JOSEPH’S (Ind.) W 34-20 Nov. 3 CALIFORNIA (Pa.) L 14-30 Nov. 10 @ Cheyney* W 35-13

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GAME 5 – Red Raiders Shippensburg University September 27, 2008, 1p.m. Shippensburg, Pa.

GAME 6 - Huskies Bloomsburg University October 4, 2008, 1 p.m. Millersville, Pa.

School Information

School Information

Founded: 1871 Enrollment: 7,600 School Colors: Red and Blue Stadium: Seth Grove Stadium Capacity: 7,700 Surface: Grass Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Western Division President: Dr. William N. Ruud Athletic Director: Dr. Roberta Page Athletic Department Phone: 717-477-1711

Founded: 1839 Enrollment: 8,040 School Colors: Maroon and Gold Stadium: Robert B. Redman Stadium Capacity: 5,000 Surface: Grass Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division President: Dr. Jessica Kozloff Athletic Director: Mary Gardner Athletic Department Phone: 570-389-4050

Sports Information

Sports Information

Interim Sports Information Director: Bill Morgal Office Phone: 717-477-1201; Home Phone: 717-496-1884 E-Mail Address: [email protected] Sports Information Fax: 717-477-1253 Press Box Phone: 717-477-1391 Mailing Address: 1871 Old Main Drive (OM 302), Shippensburg, PA 17257 Athletics Website: shipraiders.com

Sports Information Director: Tom McGuire Office Phone: 570-389-4413; Home Phone: 570-868-5749 E-Mail Address: [email protected] Sports Information Fax: 570-389-4724 Press Box Phone: 570-389-4353 Mailing Address: 400 East Second St., Bloomsburg, PA 17815 Athletics Website: www.bloomu.edu/sports

Football Information

Football Information

Head Coach (Alma Mater): Rocky Rees (West Chester, ’71) Head Coach Phone: 717-477-1758 Record at SU: 105-94-1 (17 years); Career Record: 131-109-2 (22 years) 2007 Overall Record: 3-8 PSAC West Record/Finish: 2-4 (5th) Basic Offense: Wing-T; Basic Defense: Multiple 4-3 Total Lettermen Returning/Lost: 22/18 Total Starters Returning/Lost: 18/11 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5

Head Coach (Alma Mater): Danny Hale (West Chester ’68) Head Coach Phone: 570-389-4359 Record at BU: 118-41-1 (15 years); Career Record: 158-54-1 (19 years) 2007 Overall Record: 7-3 PSAC East Record/Finish: 4-1 (2nd) Basic Offense: Pro-I; Basic Defense: 4-3 Total Lettermen Returning/Lost: 45/12 Total Starters Returning/Lost: 12/10 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost: 4/7

2008 Schedule: Aug. 30   Shepherd 1 p.m. Sept. 6 Edinboro 1 p.m. Sept. 13 @ Lock Haven 7 p.m. Sept. 20 @ East Stroudsburg 4 p.m. Sept. 27 Millersville 1 p.m. Oct. 4 C.W. Post 1 p.m. Oct. 11 @ Kutztown 1:05 p.m. Oct. 18 @ West Chester 2:05 p.m. Oct. 25 Bloomsburg 1 p.m. Nov. 1 Cheyney 1 p.m. Nov. 8 @ California TBA

2008 Schedule Au. 30 @ Ashland (OH) Sept. 6 California (Pa) Sept. 13 Mercyhurst Sept. 20 Kutztown Sept. 27 @ C.W. Post Oct. 4 @ Millersville Oct. 11 East Stroudsburg Oct. 18 @ Cheyney Oct. 25 @ Shippensburg Nov. 1 West Chester Nov. 8 @ Gannon

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2007 Results Sept. 1 @ Shepherd Sept. 8 @ Liberty Sept. 15 @ Kutztown Sept. 22 West Chester Sept. 29 Edinboro Oct. 6 @ Clarion Oct. 13 @ Millersville Oct. 20 Slippery Rock Oct. 27 Lock Haven Nov. 3 @ Indiana (Pa.) Nov. 10 @ California (Pa.)

L 14-19 L 14-35 L 16-28 L 29-34 L 18-33 W 41-23 W 23-14 L 34-38 W 56-10 L 0-30 L 9-30

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2007 Results Sept. 1 C.W. Post Sept. 8 @ California (PA) Sept. 15 Edinboro Sept. 22 @ Clarion Sept. 29 @ West Chester Oct. 6 @ Kutztown Oct. 20 Millersville Oct. 27 @ East Stroudsburg Nov. 3 Cheyney Nov. 10 Indiana (Pa)

W, 42-28 L, 31-13 L, 42-41 W, 52-10 L, 44-28 W, 49-32 W, 42-28 W, 35-26 W, 55-6 W, 41-35

GAME 7 – The Wolves Cheyney University Oct. 11, 2008 1 p.m. Millersville, Pa.

GAME 8 – Pioneers C.W. Post October 18, 2008, 12 p.m. Brookville, Ny.

School Information

School Information

Founded: 1837 Enrollment: 1,700 Nickname: Wolves School Colors: Blue and White Stadium: O’Shields-Stevenson Stadium Capacity: 5,000 Surface: Grass Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division President: Dr. Michelle Howard-Vital Athletic Director: China Jude Athletic Department Phone: 610-399-2287

Founded: 1954 Enrollment: 8,472 School Colors: Green & Gold Stadium: Hickox Field Capacity: 5,000 Surface: Field Turf Affiliation: NCAA II, ECAC Conference: Pennsylvania State Athletic East President: Dr. David Steinberg Athletic Director: Bryan Collins Athletic Department Phone: 516-299-3847

Sports Information

Sports Information Director: Sarah Ralls Office Phone: 516-299-4156 E-Mail Address: [email protected] Sports Information Fax: 516-299-2844 Mailing Address: 720 Northern Boulevard, Brookville NY 11548 Athletics Website: cwpostpioneers.com

Sports Information

Sports Information Director: Lenn Margolis Office Phone: 610-399-2143; Home Phone: 610-519-0578 E-mail Address: [email protected] Sports Information Fax: 610-399-2532 Press Box Phone: 610-399-2026 Mailing Address: 1837 University Circle P.O. Box 200, Cheyney, PA 19319-0200 Web Site: www.cheyneywolves.com

Football Information Head Coach (Alma Mater): Bryan Collins (St. John’s ’87) Head Coach Phone: 516-299-2847 Record at C.W. Post: 80-20 Career Record: same 2007 Overall Record: 4-6 PSAC East Record/Finish: n/a Basic Offense: Multiple-I Basic Defense: 4-4 Total Lettermen Returning/Lost: 53/27 Total Starters Returning/Lost: 11/11 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost: 4/7

Football Information Head Coach (Alma Mater): Jeff Braxton (Salisbury State) Record at School (years): First Year, Career Record (years): First Year Office Phone: 610-399-2309 Overall record last year: 0-11 Conference Record/finish: 0-6 (7th) Basic Offense: Multiple; Basic Defense: 4-3 Total Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 34/25 Total Starters Returning/Lost: 10/8 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost: 5/4 Defensive Starters Retuning/Lost: 5/4 2008 Schedule Aug. 30 Bowie Sept 6 Mercyhurst Sept 13 Gannon Sept 20 C.W. Post Sept 27 @ East Stroudsburg Oct 4 Kutztown Oct 11 @ Millersville Oct 18 Bloomsburg * Oct 25 @ West Chester Nov 1 @ Shippensburg Nov 8 @ Clarion

1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

2007 Results Sept. 2 Central State Sep 08 @ IUP Sep 15 California Sep 22 @ Edinboro Sep 29 Lock Haven Oct 6 @ Howard University Oct 13 East Stroudsburg Oct 20 @ Kutztown Oct 27 Millersville Nov 03 at Bloomsburg Univ. Nov 10, WCU

L 22-28 L 14-80 L 0-57 L 23-41 W 30-19 L14-41 L 6-42 L 21-40 L 0-16 L 6-55 L 13-35

2008 Schedule Aug. 30 Am. International Sept. 6 IUP Sept. 13 Edinboro Sept. 20 @ Cheyney Sept. 27 Bloomsburg Oct. 4 @ Shippensburg Oct. 11 @ West Chester Oct. 18 Millersville Oct. 25 East Stroudsburg Nov. 1 @ Kutztown Nov. 8 @ Lock Haven

2 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 12 p.m.

2007 Results Sept. 1 Bloomsburg Sept. 8 @ Pace Sept. 22 Stonehill Sept. 29 @ Saint Anselm Oct. 6 Bryant Oct. 12 Bentley Oct. 20 So. Connecticut Oct. 27 @ Am. International Nov. 2 @ Assumption Nov. 10 Merrimack

L 28-42 W 41-0 L 7-12 W 41-13 L 17-24 W 30-27 L 17-42 L 14-23 L 24-31 W 45-22

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GAME 9 – Golden Bears Kutztown University October 25, 2008, 1:05 p.m. Kutztown, Pa.

GAME 10 – Warriors East Stroudsburg University November 1, 2008 1:30 p.m. Millersville, Pa.

School Information

School Information

Founded; 1866 Enrollment: 10,200 School Colors: Maroon and Gold Stadium: University Field Capacity: 5,600 Surface: Artificial (A Turf) Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division President: Dr. E. Javier Cevallos Athletic Director: Greg Bamberger Athletic Department Phone: 610-683-4094

Founded: 1893 Enrollment: 7,200 School Colors: Red and Black Stadium: Eiler-Martin Stadium Capacity: 6,000 Surface: Field Turf Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division President: Dr. Robert Dillman Athletic Director: Dr. Tom Gioglio Athletic Department Phone: 570-422-3642

Sports Information

Sports Information

Sports Information Director: Josh Leiboff Office Phone: 610-683-4182; Home Phone: 610-927-9765 E-Mail Address: [email protected] Sports Information Fax: 610-683-4676 Press Box Phone: 610-683-9696 Mailing Address: 213 Stratton Administration Building Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA 19530 Athletics Website: www.kutztown.edu

Sports Information Direcotor: Greg Knowlden Office Phone: 570-422-3312 Email address: [email protected] Sports Information Fax: 570-422-3586 Mailing Address: Koehler Fieldhouse, East Stroudsburg, PA 18301

Football Information Head Coach (Alma Mater): Raymond Monica (North Alabama ’90) Head Coach Phone: 610-683-4362 Record at KU: 9-12 (3rd); Career Record: Same 2007 Overall Record: 5-6 PSAC East Record/Finish: 2-3 (tie 3rd) Basic Offense: I-Formation/Multiple; Basic Defense: 4-3 Total Letterman Returning/Lost: 56/13 Total Starters Returning/Lost: 16/8 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5 2008 Schedule Aug. 28 St. Anselm Sept. 6 Clarion Sept. 13 at Slippery Rock Sept. 20 at Bloomsburg Sept. 27 West Chester Oct. 4 at Cheyney Oct. 11 Shippensburg Oct. 18 at East Stroudsburg Oct. 25 MILLERSVILLE Nov. 1 C.W. Post Nov. 8 at Indiana (PA)

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2007 Results Sept. 1 at So. Connecticut St. L, 30-52 Sept. 8 at Clarion W, 35-13 Sept. 15 Shippensburg W, 28-16 Sept. 22 at Slippery Rock L, 45-9 Sept. 29 Am. International W, 55-20 Oct. 6 Bloomsburg L, 32-49 Oct. 13 at West Chester L, 0-21 Oct. 20 Cheyney W, 40-21 Oct. 27 Edinboro L, 28-35 Nov. 3 East Stroudsburg L, 23-24 Nov. 10 at Millersville W, 2-23 (3OT)

Football Information Head Coach (Alma Mater): Denny Douds (Slippery Rock ’63) Head Coach Phone: 570-422-3322 Record at ESU: 209-140-3 Career Record: Same 2007 Overall Record: 3-6 PSAC East Record (finish): 2-3 (4th) Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: Eight-man front Total Letterman Returning/Lost: 37/12 Total Starters Returning/Lost: 15/7 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost: 7/7 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost: 8/7

2008 Schedule Aug. 28 Virginia Union Sept. 6 Gannon Sept. 13 at Clarion Sept. 20 Shippensburg Sept. 27 Cheyney Oct. 4 West Chester Oct. 11 at Bloomsburg Oct. 18 Kutztown Oct. 25 at C. W. Post Nov. 1 at Millersville Nov. 8 at Slippery Rock

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2007 Results Aug. 27 at California Sept. 8 at Lock Haven Sept. 15 IUP Sept. 29 Millersville Oct. 6 Slippery Rock Oct. 13 at Cheyney Oct. 20 at West Chester Oct. 27 Bloomsburg Nov. 3 at Kutztown

L 26-3 W 58-13 L 38-23 L 36-24 L 31-24 W 42-6 L 30-15 L 35-26 W 24-23

GAME 11 – Fighting Scots Edinboro University November 11 , 2008 12 p.m. Edinboro, Pa. School Information Founded: 1857 Enrollment: 7,500 School Colors: Red & White Stadium: Sox Harrison Stadium Capacity: 6,000 Surface: Natural Grass Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Western Division President: Dr. Jeremy D. Brown Athletic Director: Bruce Baumgartner

Sports Information Sports Information Director: Bob Shreve Office Phone: (814) 732-1834 Cell Phone: (814) 882-6049; Fax: (814) 732-2596 E-Mail Address: [email protected] Press Box Phone: (814) 732-2904 SID Mailing Address: 455 Scotland Road, 108 McComb Fieldhouse Edinboro, PA 16444 Overnight Address: 455 Scotland Road, 108 McComb Fieldhouse

Football Information Head Coach: Scott Browning (Ohio State ’81) Football Office Phone: (814) 732-1839 Record at Edinboro (yrs.): 13-9, 2 years Career Record (yrs.): same 2007 Record: 7-4 Conference Record/Finish: 3-3/4th in PSAC West Basic Offense: Multiple; Basic Defense: Multiple Total Lettermen Returning/Lost: 32/9 Total Starters Returning/Lost: 15/10 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost: 8/2 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost: 6/6 2008 Schedule Aug. 30 @ West Liberty State 1:30 p.m. Sept. 8 @ Shippensburg 1 p.m. Sept. 13 @ C.W. Post 12 noon Sept. 20 California(Pa)* 6 p.m. Sept. 27 @ Lock Haven* 7 p.m. Oct. 4 Gannon* 2 p.m. Oct. 11 Indiana(Pa)* 1 p.m. Oct. 18 @ Slippery Rock* 2 p.m. Oct. 23 Mercyhurst* 7 p.m. Nov. 1 @ Clarion* 1 p.m. Nov. 8 Millersville 12 noon

2007 Results Sept. 1 West Chester Sept.. 8 @ St. Anselm Sept. 15 @ Bloomsburg Sept. 22 Cheyney Sept. 29 @ Shippensburg Oct. 6 Lock Haven Oct. 13 @ Indiana(Pa.) Oct. 20 @ California(Pa.) Oct. 27 @ Kutztown Nov. 3 Clarion Nov. 10 Slippery Rock

L 16-32 W 58-3 W 42-41 W 41-23 W 33-18 W 70-19 L 7-27 L 8-26 W 35-28 W 49-30 L 34-59

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Series and Opponents (2008 Opponents in Bold) Opponent Albright College Allentown Prep Alumni American International Baltimore City College Baltimore Polytechnic Beckley Business College Bentley College Bloomsburg University Blue Ridge Bowie State Brockport State Bucknell Reserves Cal Poly San Luis Obispo California (Pa.) University Carson Long Institute Carlisle Indians Carlisle Indian Reserves Carlisle Medical Carlton A.A. Central Connecticut State Central Florida, University of Cheyney University Clarion University College and High School A.S. College of New Jersey Columbia A.C. Columbia All-Scholastic Columbia H.S. Columbia Olympic Club Columbia YMCA Conway Hall Curry College C.W. Post Delaware State University Delaware Valley College Dickinson Reserves East Stroudsburg University Edinboro University Elizabethtown College Ephrata H.S. Ferris State University Fordham University Franklin and Marshall College Franklin and Marshall Reserves Gettysburg College Gettysburg Reserves Glenville State Grove City College Hamilton A.C. Hamden Sydney College Harrisburg Academy Harrisburg H.S. Harrisburg Tech Hershey YMCA Howard University Indiana (Pa.) University Kutztown University Lafayette A.C. Lafayette College Lancaster All-Stars

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First Meeting 1902 (L, 12-0) 1906 (W, 24-0) 1898 (W, 6-0) 1992 (W, 31-6) 1907 (W, 17-0) 1907 (T, 0-0) 1923 (W, 53-0) 2007 (L, 17-10) 1916 (L, 42-0) 1940 (W, 20-6) 1999 (W, 41-0) 1965 (W, 26-23) 1908 (W, 12-6) 1990 (L, 26-10) 1930 (L, 12-6) 1916 (W, 20-0) 1904 (T, 6-6) 1910 (W, 23-0) 1931 (T, 6-6) 1898 (W, 11-0) 1985 (W, 28-12) 1981 (W, 27-9) 1951 (W, 14-13) 1929 (W, 14-0) 1893 (W, 8-5) 1937 (W, 28-0) 1901 (L, 6-5) 1910 (W, 83-0) 1893 (L, 0-4) 1894 (W, 16-0) 1904 (L, 6-0) 1912 (L, 35-6) 1966 (W, 22-0) ------------------- 1970 (L, 44-10) 1954 (W, 20-14) 1920 (W, 21-13) 1948 (L, 13-7) 1977 (W, 24-12) 1928 (W, 18-0) 1893 (W, 34-0) 1995 (L, 36-26) 1979 (W, 48-0) 1889 (L, 5-0) 1890 (T, 0-0) 1890 (W, 7-0) 1914 (T, 0-0) 1986 (W, 55-13) 1969 (L, 41-14) 1901 (W, 6-0) 1964 (W, 12-7) 1917 (W, 32-14) 1901 (W, 11-0) 1913 (L, 23-0) 1910 (W, 25-2) 1935 (W, 13-7) 1988 (W, 27-24) 1903 (W, 16-0) 1910 (W, 17-6) 1996 (L, 29-17) 1983 (W, 20-0)

Last Meeting 1947 (W, 20-13) 1912 (W, 14-0) 1907 (W, 16-5) 1994 (W, 32-6) 1908 (L, 24-11) 1909 (W, 21-0) 1929 (W, 9-0) 2007 (L, 17-10) 2007 (L, 42-28) 1940 (W, 20-6) 2003 (W, 13-7) 1976 (W, 29-20) 1908 (W, 5-0) 1990 (L, 26-10) 2006 (L, 41-0) 1916 (W, 20-0) 1904 (T, 6-6) 1910 (W, 23-0) 1931 (T, 6-6) 1899 (T, 0-0) 1986 (W, 35-7) 1991 (L, 52-6) 2007 (W, 16-0) 2003 (W, 13-10) 1893 (W, 8-5) 1961 (W, 26-0) 1901 (L, 6-5) 1910 (W, 83-0) 1917 (W, 26-0) 1896 (L, 6-0) 1904 (L, 6-0) 1916 (L, 26-0) 1967 (W, 53-6) -------------------- 2005 (L, 38-6) 1964 (W, 21-7) 1920 (W, 21-13) 2007 (W, 36-24) 1999 (W, 20-10) 1928 (W, 34-0) 1893 (W, 34-0) 1995 (L, 36-26) 1979 (W, 48-0) 1928 (L, 13-0) 1929 (T, 6-6) 1890 (W, 7-0) 1915 (L, 20-0) 2005 (W, 21-20) 1969 (L, 41-14) 1901 (W, 6-0) 1964 (W, 12-7) 1917 (W, 32-14) 1906 (W, 11-6) 1913 (L, 23-0) 1910 (W, 25-2) 1958 (W, 14-0) 2007 (L, 45-0) 2007 (L, 26-23) 1910 (W, 17-6) 1996 (L, 29-17) 1983 (W, 20-0)

Record 4-2 3-0 7-1 3-0 2-1 2-0-1 4-3 0-1 30-35-5 1-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 0-1 3-9 1-0 0-0-1 1-0 0-0-1 1-0-1 2-0 1-1 52-4-1 6-5 1-0 6-1 0-1 1-0 2-1 1-1 0-1 0-5 2-0 0-0 1-4 6-2 1-0 24-34-1 5-3 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 3-13-2 2-7-5 1-0 0-1-1 4-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 3-0 0-1 1-0 5-0 5-9 56-22-3 1-0 0-1 1-0

Opponent Lancaster A.C. Lancaster H.S. Lancaster Red Roses Lancaster YMCA Lebanon H.S. Lebanon Valley College Lebanon Valley Reserves Lehigh University Lititz H.S. Lock Haven University Mansfield University Marysville H.S. Maytown Middletown A.C. Millersville H.S. MSNS Reserves Montclair State University Mount Joy H.S. Mount St. Mary’s College Muhlenberg College Naval Academy, U.S. Naval Academy Plebes New Haven, University of New York Tech Norfolk State University North Dakota State University Norwich University Olympics Patrick’s Business College Patton Trade School Penn Institute for the Deaf Randolph-Macon College Rider College Rossmere Rowan University St. Francis (Pa.) College St. John’s College Salisbury University Savannah State College Schuylkill Seminary Shepherd College Shippensburg University Slippery Rock University Southern Connecticut State Steelton H.S. Stevens Trade School Susquehanna A.A. Susquehanna University Tarsus Gymnastic School Tigers Tome Institute Towson University Village Team Villanova University Washington and Lee University West Chester University Williamson Trade School Wittenburg University York Collegiate Institute York H.S.

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Last Meeting 1908 (T, 5-5) 1925 (L, 19-0) 1894 (W, 46-0) 1892 (W. 36-0) 1918 (L, 64-0) 1971 (W, 41-0) 1923 (T, 13-13) 1981 (L, 40-7) 1896 (W, 56-0) 2007 (W, 19-10) 2006 (W, 41-0) 1917 (W, 37-0) 1910 (W, 30-0) 1910 (W, 10-0) 1898 (W, 6-0) 1901 (W, 16-0) 1961 (W, 31-14) 1919 (L, 13-10) 1911 (L, 15-11) 1906 (L, 6-5) 1911 (L, 10-0) 1910 (L, 12-0) 1999 (L, 38-35) 1980 (T, 14-14) 1991 (W, 34-16) 1988 (L, 36-26) 1973 (W, 33-7) 1901 (W, 11-0) 1909 (W, 6-0) 1928 (W, 31-0) 1907 (W, 34-0) 1970 (L, 31-0) 1948 (L, 13-6) 1900 (W, 18-0) 2002 (L, 17-3) 1950 (L, 2-0) 1909 (W, 15-0) 1980 (W, 40-33) 1982 (L, 17-14) 1915 (W, 26-0) 2007 (L, 36-7) 2007 (L, 23-14) 2007 (L, 21-5) 1990 (W, 35-14) 1923 (L, 8-6) 1927 (W, 28-0) 1908 (W, 6-0) 1909 (T, 0-0) 1918 (W, 23-7) 1900 (T, 0-0) 1914 (L, 38-6) 1983 (L, 45-7) 1895 (12-0) 2000 (L, 51-14) 1976 (W, 34-12) 2007 (L, 42-14) 1907 (W, 6-0) 1979 (L, 21-14) 1903 (W, 29-0) 1927 (L, 26-0)

Record 2-0-2 5-8 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-1-1 0-1-2 0-2 1-0 7-16-1 42-21-4 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 5-6 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-2 5-3 0-0-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 2-8 1-1 3-0 2-2 0-2 1-0 3-0 0-1 1-0 15-6-1 23-35-2 4-13-1 3-1 1-2 10-8-2 2-0 0-0-1 1-0 0-0-1 0-4 1-2 1-0 0-1 2-0 17-58 1-0 0-1 4-1 1-5-2

2007 Results & Statistics Team Statistics SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Att-Comp-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS INT RETURNS: #-YARDS KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS Average Per Game PUNTS-YARDS Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-YARDS MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games

Game Results MILL 172 15.6 150 103 39 8 1845 2129 284 523 3.5 167.7 12 938 199-77-10 4.7 12.2 85.3 4 2783 722 3.9 253.0 52-944 20-304 12-239 18.2 15.2 19.9 14-5 85-700 63.6 76-3002 39.5 33.8 31:24 54/171 32% 5/20 25% 17-86 26 22 7-13 0-0 17-26 65% 12-26 46% 17-21 81% 12200 5/2440 0/0

OPP 286 26.0 207 100 93 14 1949 2205 256 443 4.4 177.2 24 2071 312-159-12 6.6 13.0 188.3 12 4020 755 5.3 365.5 32-833 31-294 10-67 26.0 9.5 6.7 20-13 65-645 58.6 53-2017 38.1 30.1 28:35 61/156 39% 6/19 32% 26-152 -3 38 8-12 0-0 34-41 83% 30-41 73% 34-37 92% 22247 6/3708

3rd 29 51

OT 3 6

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1st 34 64

2nd 60 96

4th 46 69

Total 172 286

Date Aug 25, 2007 Sep 08, 2007 Sep 15, 2007 Sep 22, 2007 Sep 29, 2007 Oct 06, 2007 Oct 13, 2007 Oct 20, 2007 Nov 03, 2007 Oct 27, 2007 Nov 10, 2007

Opponent Result at #8 Shepherd L, 7-36 at Slippery Rock L, 5-21 LOCK HAVEN W, 19-10 at IUP L, 0-45 at East Stroudsburg * W, 36-24 #17 WEST CHESTER * L, 14-42 SHIPPENSBURG L, 14-23 at Bloomsburg * L, 28-42 BENTLEY COLLEGE L, 10-17 at Cheyney * W, 16-0 KUTZTOWN * L, 23-26 3OT

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

Conference 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 1-1-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 1-2-0 2-2-0 2-3-0

Time 2:44 2:50 2:48 2:49 3:02 2:48 3:07 3:10 3:00 2:40 3:30

Attend 3619 7500 3000 3125 2791 2000 5500 4956 500 256 1200

* indicates conference game

Overall Individual Statistics RUSHING Brad Lantz Jamal Smith Cardoza Jacks Jimmie Cotton Jared Johnson Andrew Tischbein Nicholas Lutz Randall Eggleton TEAM Bill Shirk Bart Lewis Total Opponents PASSING Jamal Smith Bill Shirk Andrew Tischbein Bart Lewis Total Opponents

GP 11 11 9 9 3 10 8 9 6 8 9 11 11 G 11 8 10 9 11 11

Effic 79.26 57.59 0.00 0.00 74.87 111.72

RECEIVING Randall Eggleton Brad Lantz Jimmie Cotton Andrew Tischbein Derek Fry Bart Lewis Jared Johnson Andrew Downs Drew Lagomarsino Jacob Haines Total Opponents

G 9 11 9 10 11 9 3 1 4 8 11 11

PUNT RETURNS Jimmie Cotton Brandon Shelton Andrew Pugh Total Opponents INTERCEPTIONS Brandon Shelton Brandon Tyler Matt Buck Julius Carter Ryan Archie Dan McClellan Total Opponents

Att 234 163 77 20 6 3 3 3 2 11 1 523 443

Gain 931 809 258 74 13 10 7 9 0 18 0 2129 2205 Cmp-Att-Int 63-164-7 14-33-3 0-1-0 0-1-0 77-199-10 159-312-12 No. 27 15 12 12 4 2 2 1 1 1 77 159

No. 16 3 1 20 31 No. 6 2 1 1 1 1 12 10

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Loss 29 176 16 13 3 0 0 8 5 24 10 284 256 Pct 38.4 42.4 0.0 0.0 38.7 51.0

Yds 390 119 176 174 41 16 1 9 7 5 938 2071

TD 4 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 12 24 TD 4 0 0 0 4 12

TD 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 12

Avg 13.7 20.0 25.0 15.2 9.5 Avg 20.2 17.0 31.0 21.0 11.0 21.0 19.9 6.7

Avg 3.9 3.9 3.1 3.0 1.7 3.3 2.3 0.3 -2.5 -0.5 -10.0 3.5 4.4

Yds 807 131 0 0 938 2071

Avg 14.4 7.9 14.7 14.5 10.2 8.0 0.5 9.0 7.0 5.0 12.2 13.0

Yds 219 60 25 304 294 Yds 121 34 31 21 11 21 239 67

Net 902 633 242 61 10 10 7 1 -5 -6 -10 1845 1949

TD 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

Long 21 58 18 22 4 8 6 9 0 7 0 58 81 Lng 54 27 0 0 54 80 Long 54 30 48 50 21 12 4 9 7 5 54 80

TD 1 0 1 2 1 Long 60 18 31 21 11 21 60 19

Avg/G 82.0 57.5 26.9 6.8 3.3 1.0 0.9 0.1 -0.8 -0.8 -1.1 167.7 177.2 Avg/G 73.4 16.4 0.0 0.0 85.3 188.3 Avg/G 43.3 10.8 19.6 17.4 3.7 1.8 0.3 9.0 1.8 0.6 85.3 188.3

Long 57 34 25 57 52

Individual Statistics KICK RETURNS Jimmie Cotton Brandon Shelton Bart Lewis Derek Fry Andrew Tischbein Jared Johnson Brad Lantz Derrick Bass Total Opponents

No. 20 11 10 4 3 2 1 1 52 32

Yds 400 213 177 23 51 33 40 7 944 833

Avg 20.0 19.4 17.7 5.8 17.0 16.5 40.0 7.0 18.2 26.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

Long 48 35 31 12 23 17 40 7 48 76

FUMBLE RETURNS Trevor Levitz Dan McClellan Jarrod Linn Total Opponents

No. 1 1 1 3 1

Yds 0 24 33 57 31

Avg 0.0 24.0 33.0 19.0 31.0

TD 0 0 1 1 1

Long 0 24 33 33 31

|------ PATs ------| SCORING TD FGs Kick John Banzhof 0 7-13 17-21 Jamal Smith 5 0-0 0-0 Brad Lantz 5 0-0 0-0 Jimmie Cotton 3 0-0 0-0 Brandon Shelton 2 0-0 0-0 Randall Eggleton 2 0-0 0-0 Jarrod Linn 1 0-0 0-0 Andrew Tischbein 1 0-0 0-0 Bill Shirk 1 0-0 0-0 Andrew Pugh 1 0-0 0-0 Cardoza Jacks 1 0-0 0-0 TEAM 0 0-0 0-0 Total 22 7-13 17-21 Opponents 38 8-12 34-37 TOTAL OFFENSE Jamal Smith Brad Lantz Cardoza Jacks Bill Shirk Jimmie Cotton Jared Johnson Andrew Tischbein Nicholas Lutz Randall Eggleton TEAM Bart Lewis Total Opponents FIELD GOALS John Banzhof

G 11 11 9 8 9 3 10 8 9 6 9 11 11

KICKOFFS John Banzhof Total Opponents

Rcv 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Rush 633 902 242 -6 61 10 10 7 1 -5 -10 1845 1949

Pass DXP Saf Points 0-0 0 0 38 0-0 0 0 30 0-0 0 0 30 0-0 0 0 18 0-0 0 0 12 0-0 0 0 12 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 1 2 0-0 0 1 172 0-0 0 0 286

Pass 807 0 0 131 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 938 2071

Total 1440 902 242 125 61 10 10 7 1 -5 -10 2783 4020

FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 7-13 53.8 0-0 0-0 5-7 2-4 0-2

FG SEQUENCE Shepherd Slippery Rock Lock Haven IUP ESU West Chester Shippensburg Bloomsburg Univ. Bentley College Cheyney Kutztown PUNTING Derek Leslie TEAM Total Opponents

Plays 327 234 77 44 20 6 4 3 3 2 2 722 755

Rush 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

Millersville OPPONENTS - (33) (42) (34),(40) (25) - 37,(43) (30) (40) 42 53 (31),(41),(31) 52 43 (34) (26) 47,(35) 37,35,(39) 43,34 No. 75 1 76 53 No. 37 37 57

Yds 2979 23 3002 2017 Yds 2203 2203 3063

Avg 39.7 23.0 39.5 38.1 Avg 59.5 59.5 53.7

Long 67 23 67 56 TB 3 3 1

TB 7 0 7 6 OB 0 0 1

Lg 42

Avg/G 130.9 82.0 26.9 15.6 6.8 3.3 1.0 0.9 0.1 -0.8 -1.1 253.0 365.5 Blk 0

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

FC 13 0 13 7

I20 21 0 21 13

Blkd 1 0 1 1

Retn

Net

YdLn

833 944

35.4 36.8

29 28

ALL PURPOSE G Brad Lantz 11 Jimmie Cotton 9 Jamal Smith 11 Brandon Shelton 11 Randall Eggleton 9 Cardoza Jacks 9 Andrew Tischbein 10 Bart Lewis 9 Derek Fry 11 Jared Johnson 3 Brandon Tyler 10 Matt Buck 11 Andrew Pugh 11 Dan McClellan 11 Julius Carter 9 Ryan Archie 3 Andrew Downs 1 Derrick Bass 4 Nicholas Lutz 8 D. Lagomarsino 4 Jacob Haines 8 TEAM 6 Bill Shirk 8 Total 11 Opponents 11

Rush 902 61 633 0 1 242 10 -10 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 -5 -6 1845 1949

Rec 119 176 0 0 390 0 174 16 41 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 7 5 0 0 938 2071

PR 0 219 0 60 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 304 294

KOR 40 400 0 213 0 0 51 177 23 33 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 944 833

IR 0 0 0 121 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 31 0 21 21 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 239 67

Tot 1061 856 633 394 391 242 235 183 64 44 34 31 25 21 21 11 9 7 7 7 5 -5 -6 4270 5214

Avg/G 96.5 95.1 57.5 35.8 43.4 26.9 23.5 20.3 5.8 14.7 3.4 2.8 2.3 1.9 2.3 3.7 9.0 1.8 0.9 1.8 0.6 -0.8 -0.8 388.2 474.0

|------Tackles-----| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| | -Fumbles-| Blkd DEFENSIVE LEADERS GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf 9 Marcus Banks 9 51 21 72 1.0-5 . . 3 . 1-0 1 . . 24 Jason Krol 11 42 24 66 4.5-8 . . 4 . . . . . 4 B. Shelton 11 41 22 63 1.5-2 . 6-121 8 . 1-0 2 . . 30 Matt Buck 11 31 23 54 4.5-21 2.5-18 1-31 1 . 2-0 2 1 . 31 Eric Marshall 11 27 25 52 5.0-19 2.0-14 . . . 1-0 1 . . 8 Julius Carter 9 18 22 40 . . 1-21 . . . . . . 19 Dan McClellan 11 29 9 38 . . 1-21 6 . 1-24 1 . . 25 Jarrod Linn 11 20 15 35 4.5-14 2.5-10 . . . 3-33 2 . . 17 Andrew Pugh 11 16 16 32 4.5-14 2.5-9 . . . . 1 1 . 36 Matt Harmon 11 16 15 31 1.0-1 . . . . . . . . 37 Troy Englehart 10 22 9 31 3.5-7 1.0-2 . . . . . 1 . 47 Kevin Kershner 11 12 18 30 7.0-13 0.5-3 . . . . 1 . . 28 Shane Gosnell 6 16 8 24 . . . 1 . . . . . 54 Chad Miller 11 16 7 23 6.0-11 . . 2 . . . . . 95 Trevor Levitz 8 9 8 17 1.0-1 . . . . 1-0 . . . 6 Brandon Tyler 10 12 4 16 2.0-9 1.5-9 2-34 . . . . . . 96 Ryan Knox 9 11 4 15 2.5-7 0.5-1 . . . . . . . 35 Jerrod Bowling 7 9 6 15 0.5-3 0.5-3 . . . . . . . 63 Rashad Miller 11 9 4 13 1.0-3 . . 1 . 1-0 . . . 52 Matt Marcinek 9 5 7 12 2.0-2 . . . . . 1 . . 85 Jacob Haines 8 8 4 12 2.5-4 0.5-2 . . . . 1 . . 33 Michael Taylor 9 5 6 11 3.0-15 2.0-14 . . . . . . . 48 Thomas Wilmer 6 3 4 7 1.5-2 1.0-1 . 3 . 1-0 . . . 41 John Banzhof 11 5 1 6 . . . . . . . . . 3 Jordan Shank 7 2 2 4 . . . . . . . . . 29 Matt Hoagland 6 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . . 32 Daniel Johnson 8 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . . 51 William Davis 3 . 3 3 . . . . . . . . . 49 Shane Gross 6 . 3 3 . . . . . . . . . 23 Brad Lantz 11 3 . 3 . . . . . . . . . 34 Bill Gregorio 3 1 1 2 0.5-3 . . . . . . . . 43 Ryan Archie 3 1 1 2 . . 1-11 . . . . . . 55 Sean Plunkett 11 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 15 A. Tischbein 10 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 59 Andy Keck 1 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 84 Derek Fry 11 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 27 Greg Frantz 1 . 1 1 0.5-2 . . . . . . . . 90 Andy Brown 8 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 38 R. Vanbrakle 2 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 18 Jimmie Cotton 9 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 10 Bart Lewis 9 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . TM TEAM 6 . . . . . . . . 1-0 . 1 1 Total.......... 11 450 298 748 60-166 17-86 12-239 29 . 13-57 13 4 1 Opponents...... 11 444 395 839 68.0-266 26-152 10-67 17 3 5-31 10 2 .

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2007 Top Performers Individual Game Highs

Opponent Individual Game Highs

Rushes 36 Yards Rushing 152 TD Rushes 2 Long Rush 58 Pass attempts 30 Pass completions 11 Yards Passing 174 TD Passes 2 Long Pass 54 Receptions 6 Yards Receiving 105 TD Receptions 1 Long Reception 54 Field Goals 2 Long Field Goal 42 Punts 10 Punting Avg 45.8 Long Punt 67 Long Punt Return 57 Long Kickoff Return 48 Tackles 13 Sacks 2.0 Tackles For Loss 2.5 Interceptions 2

Rushes 25 Yards Rushing 257 TD Rushes 4 Long Rush 81 Pass attempts 44 Pass completions 21 Yards Passing 343 TD Passes 4 Long Pass 80 Receptions 8 Yards Receiving 169 TD Receptions 2 Long Reception 80 Field Goals 3 Long Field Goal 43 Punts 10 Punting Avg 45.5 Long Punt 56 Long Punt Return 52 Long Kickoff Return 76 Tackles 22 Sacks 2.5 Tackles For Loss 3.5 Interceptions 2

Brad Lantz vs Lock Haven (Sep 15, 2007) Brad Lantz vs Kutztown (Nov 10, 2007) Jamal Smith at Bloomsburg Univ. (Oct 20, 2007) Brad Lantz vs Kutztown (Nov 10, 2007) Jamal Smith vs Kutztown (Nov 10, 2007) Jamal Smith vs Shippensburg (Oct 13, 2007) Jamal Smith vs West Chester (Oct 06, 2007) Jamal Smith at Bloomsburg Univ. (Oct 20, 2007) Jamal Smith at ESU (Sep 29, 2007) Jamal Smith at ESU (Sep 29, 2007) Randall Eggleton vs West Chester (Oct 06, 2007) Randall Eggleton at ESU (Sep 29, 2007) Randall Eggleton at ESU (Sep 29, 2007) Jimmie Cotton at ESU (Sep 29, 2007) Randall Eggleton vs West Chester (Oct 06, 2007) Andrew Tischbein at Bloomsburg Univ. (Oct 20, 2007) Randall Eggleton at ESU (Sep 29, 2007) John Banzhof vs Lock Haven (Sep 15, 2007) John Banzhof at Slippery Rock (Sep 08, 2007) Derek Leslie vs Bentley College (Nov 03, 2007) Derek Leslie at Bloomsburg Univ. (Oct 20, 2007) Derek Leslie at Cheyney (Oct 27, 2007) Jimmie Cotton at Shepherd (Aug 25, 2007) Jimmie Cotton vs West Chester (Oct 06, 2007) Marcus Banks at Bloomsburg Univ. (Oct 20, 2007) Matt Buck vs Lock Haven (Sep 15, 2007) Kevin Kershner at Slippery Rock (Sep 08, 2007) Jarrod Linn vs Lock Haven (Sep 15, 2007) Jason Krol at Bloomsburg Univ. (Oct 20, 2007) Brandon Shelton at Cheyney (Oct 27, 2007)

Corey Manfull, at Slippery Rock (Sep 08, 2007) J. Brittingham, at Bloomsburg Univ. (Oct 20, 2007) J. Brittingham, at Bloomsburg Univ. (Oct 20, 2007) J. Brittingham, at Bloomsburg Univ. (Oct 20, 2007) Tim Roken, at ESU (Sep 29, 2007) Henry Morris, vs Bentley College (Nov 03, 2007) Tim Roken, at ESU (Sep 29, 2007) Bill Zwaan, vs West Chester (Oct 06, 2007) Bill Zwaan, vs West Chester (Oct 06, 2007) Bill Zwaan, vs West Chester (Oct 06, 2007) Henry Morris, vs Bentley College (Nov 03, 2007) A. Cellitti, at IUP (Sep 22, 2007) Drew Stem, at ESU (Sep 29, 2007) Paul Favers, at Slippery Rock (Sep 08, 2007) Paul Favers, at Slippery Rock (Sep 08, 2007) Ryan Paulson, vs West Chester (Oct 06, 2007) Ryan Paulson, vs West Chester (Oct 06, 2007) John Studley, vs Bentley College (Nov 03, 2007) Jamie Reder, vs Shippensburg (Oct 13, 2007) Matt McNelis, at IUP (Sep 22, 2007) Joz. Reddington, vs Bentley College (Nov 03, 2007) Jay DuPont, at IUP (Sep 22, 2007) Nick Krut, at ESU (Sep 29, 2007) A. Owusu-Ansah, at IUP (Sep 22, 2007) Jesse Cooper, at Bloomsburg Univ. (Oct 20, 2007) Brian Bingnear, vs Kutztown (Nov 10, 2007) Cory Lacek, at Slippery Rock (Sep 08, 2007) Cory Lacek, at Slippery Rock (Sep 08, 2007) Cooper, Tyree, at Cheyney (Oct 27, 2007)

Opponent Team Game Highs Team Game Highs Rushes 54 Yards Rushing 254 Yards Per Rush 5.0 TD Rushes 3 Pass attempts 30 Pass completions 13 Yards Passing 177 Yards Per Pass 13.1 TD Passes 2 Total Plays 75 Total Offense 379 Yards Per Play 5.7 Points 36 Sacks By 5 First Downs 18 Penalties 15 Penalty Yards 123 Turnovers 2 Interceptions By 4

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Rushes 55 Yards Rushing 397 Yards Per Rush 7.2 TD Rushes 5 Pass attempts 44 Pass completions 21 Yards Passing 343 Yards Per Pass 14.0 TD Passes 4 Total Plays 89 Total Offense 516 Yards Per Play 8.2 Points 45 Sacks By 6 First Downs 24 Penalties 11 Penalty Yards 101 Turnovers 7 Interceptions By 2

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at Bloomsburg Univ. (Oct 20, 2007) vs Kutztown (Nov 10, 2007) at Bloomsburg Univ. (Oct 20, 2007) at Bloomsburg Univ. (Oct 20, 2007) at Shepherd (Aug 25, 2007) at Bloomsburg Univ. (Oct 20, 2007) at ESU (Sep 29, 2007) vs Bentley College (Nov 03, 2007) at ESU (Sep 29, 2007) vs West Chester (Oct 06, 2007) at Slippery Rock (Sep 08, 2007) vs West Chester (Oct 06, 2007) vs Kutztown (Nov 10, 2007) vs West Chester (Oct 06, 2007) vs West Chester (Oct 06, 2007) at IUP (Sep 22, 2007) at Slippery Rock (Sep 08, 2007) at Shepherd (Aug 25, 2007) at Bloomsburg Univ. (Oct 20, 2007) at IUP (Sep 22, 2007) at Slippery Rock (Sep 08, 2007) at Cheyney (Oct 27, 2007) at Cheyney (Oct 27, 2007) vs Kutztown (Nov 10, 2007)

2007 PSAC in Review About the PSAC T he Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference, with 57 years of organized competition, has evolved into one of the NCAA’s largest and most heralded intercollegiate athletic conferences. The 2008-09 academic year will be a groundbreaking one for the PSAC, as the league will expand beyond its original 14 members for the first time since its official formation in 1951. New full-time members Gannon University and Mercyhurst College, along with associate member Long Island University – C.W. Post, expect to complement the PSAC’s already solid foundation. With 16 full-time institutions, the PSAC shares distinction with the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference as the NCAA Division II’s largest in terms of membership. League expansion has brought acclaim through postseason opportunities, as well. In 2008-09, the Conference will sponsor 23 championships, the most for leagues in Division II. Highly competitive on a regional and national level, PSAC schools annually combine to send nearly one-third of its teams into NCAA postseason play. Ultimately, the membership’s success has yielded 40 NCAA team and 218 individual title winners. While proud of its athletic accomplishments, the league also has evolved

2007 PSAC Standings PSAC 5-0 4-1 2-3 2-3 2-3 0-5

Team California * IUP Slippery Rock Edinboro Shippensburg Lock Haven Clarion

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

The PSAC was organized in 1951 for the purpose of promoting and administering men’s athletic programs within the 14 state teachers colleges in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  In 1977, due to the interest and growth of women’s athletics, the conference was restructured to provide for women’s programs. Upon its formation, the league did not have a standard competitive division. However, in 1980, the league voted to reclassify the entire conference to NCAA Division II.  Although all 16 current institutions are members of Division II, eight schools also compete at the Division I level in select sports. PSAC schools enroll over 117,000 students and claim over 661,000 alumni, including 430,000 who reside in Pennsylvania. The PSAC is governed by the presidents of the 16 member institutions.  It employs a commissioner, two assistant commissioners and a director of media relations at its headquarters in Lock Haven, Pa.

2007 All-PSAC East Football Teams

Eastern Division

Team West Chester * Bloomsburg Kutztown E. Stroudsburg Millersville Cheyney

into one of Division II’s finest from an academic standpoint. Today, well over a quarter of the PSAC’s estimated 5,300 participants are honored each year as “Scholar-Athletes” for maintaining a grade-point average of 3.25 or better - a total that has nearly doubled since PSAC Scholar-Athletes were first recognized in the mid-1990s.

Overall 9-3 7-3 5-6 3-6 3-8 1-10

Western Division

Overall 13-1 9-3 9-2 7-4 3-8 1-10 0-1

Offensive Player of the Year - Jamar Brittingham, Bloomsburg Win % .750 .700 .455 .333 .273 .091

Defensive Player of Year - Lateef Ferguson, West Chester Rookie of the Year - Jamal Smith, Millersville Coach of the Year - Bill Zwaan, West Chester

Win % .930 .750 .818 .700 .636 .091 1 .000

*Divisional Champion

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2007 PSAC in Review Eastern Division First Team Offense Pos Center Guards Tackles Tight End WR QB Backs PK R S

Player Kennis Jones Kevin O’Neill Matt Bosso Adam Cobb Mike Habel Charles Johnson Brahin Bilal Elfren Quiles Michael Washington Bill Zwaan Jamar Brittingham Josh Heck Osagie Osunde Greg Knauss Jimmie Cotton

University West Chester West Chester Bloomsburg Millersville E. Stroudsburg Cheyney Bloomsburg Kutztown West Chester West Chester Bloomsburg Bloomsburg West Chester E. Stroudsburg Millersville

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

Western Division First Team Defense Pos Linemen LB DB Punter

Player Justin Colon Corey Gipe Kevin Kershner John Ochs Mike Walter Rob Biernat Lateef Ferguson Jayson Frank Justin Allen Marcus Banks Brian Bingnear Brandon Shelton Mike Mignogno Nick Krut

University Bloomsburg Bloomsburg Millersville Bloomsburg West Chester Bloomsburg West Chester E. Stroudsburg Cheyney Millersville Kutztown Millersville West Chester E. Stroudsburg

Yr. Sr Sr Jr Jr Jr Sr Sr Sr Sr Sr Sr Sr Sr Jr

Eastern Division Second Team Offense Pos Center Guards Tackles TE WR QB Backs PK RS

Player Luke Beall Darrell Martin Sean Plunkett Ryan Devli Mike Casciano Dan Onorato Dominique Curry Drew Stem Sam Shuman Dan Latorre Brad Lantz Dontay Wilson Joe Partridge Alex Walsh Kevin Garland

University Bloomsburg Kutztown Millersville West Chester Kutztown Kutztown Cheyney E. Stroudsburg E. Stroudsburg Bloomsburg Millersville Kutztown E. Stroudsburg West Chester West Chester

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

University West Chester West Chester Millersville E. Stroudsburg Kutztown Kutztown West Chester Cheyney E. Stroudsburg Cheyney Kutztown Kutztown Bloomsburg Kutztown

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

Western Division Second Team Defense Pos Linemen LB DB Punter

Player Travis Ford-Bey Vlad Garbovsky Jarrod Linn Miguel Rivera Scott Smith Tom Cressman Mike Dell Brandon Hawkins Dave Lotier Tyree Cooper Mike Gardier Justin Gibbs Jeremy Lightner Ryan Nye

2007 Athletes of the Week

Marauders Among the PSAC Leaders

Date 11/10 11/10 11/3 11/3 10/27 10/27 10/20 10/20 10/13 10/13 10/6 10/6 9/29 9/29 9/22 9/22 9/15 9/15 9/8 9/8 9/4 9/4

Division East West East West East West East West East West East West East West East West East West East West East West

Brad Lantz Brandon Shelton Jimmie Cotton Derek Leslie John Banzhof Marcus Banks Jarrod Linn

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Offense / Defense K. Spotts (Kutztown) / J. Cooper (Bloomsburg) and B.Bingnear (Kutztown) I. Smith (Lock Haven) / T. Boudrea (Slippery Rock) T. Roken (East Stroudsburg) / J. Frank (East Stroudsburg) T. Harris (Edinboro) / California Defense Mike Washington (West Chester) /Jesse Cooper (Bloomsburg) Corey Manfull (Slippery Rock) / Brian Mohr (Cal) J. Brittingham (Bloomsburg) / Mike Mignogno (West Chester) Paul Favers (Slippery Rock) / Gary Butler (Cal) Mike Washington (West Chester) / Lateef Ferguson (West Chester) Kareem Dutrieuielle (Indiana) / Corey Sample (Indiana) Elfren Quiles (Kutztown) / Marcus Banks (Millersville) T. Harris (Edinboro) and R. Lehmeier (Slippery Rock) / Terrence Johnson (Cal) D. Curry (Cheyney) and M. Washington (West Chester) / Matt Buck (Millersville) A. Krewatch (Indiana) and T. Harris (Edinboro) / Dan Skelton (Edinboro) Osagie Osunde (West Chester) / Mike Mignongo (West Chester) Corey Manfull (Slippery Rock) / Richie Barnes (Slippery Rock) Bill Zwaan (West Chester) / Cory Porrino (Kutztown) Trevor Harris (Edinboro) / Terrence Jackson (Indiana) Ty Dinnis (Kutztown) / Tom Cressman (Kutztown) Joe Ruggiero (Cal) / Gary Butler (Cal) Jamar Brittingham (Bloomsburg) / Vlad Garbovsky (West Chester) Corey Manfull (Slippery Rock) / Darren Burns (Cal)

6th in rushing yards per game (82.0) 1st in interceptions (6 for 121 yards) 1st in passes defended (14) 1st in punt return avg. (13.7 avg., 1 TD) 5th in punting avg. (39.7) 6th in field goals (7-13/0.64 per game) 10th in tackles (72 total/8.0 per game) 1st in fumbles recovered (3)

2007 Game Summaries Game Two –Slippery Rock 21, Millersville 5 Sept. 8, 2007 at N. Kerr Thompson Stadium

Game One –Shepherd 36, Millersville 7 August 25, 2007 at Ram Stadium Shepherdstown, W. Va. – The Shepherd University football team, ranked eighth in the nation by the American Football Coaches Association, defeated visiting Millersville University 36-7 in season opener for both schools. The Marauders did not score until freshman Jimmie Cotton, playing in his first collegiate game, returned a punt 57 yards to the end zone with just over five minutes remaining. MU gained just 88 total yards of offense on 46 plays. Fullback Brad Lantz led the Marauder ground game with 42 yards on 11 carries. Quarterback Jamal Smith attempted just six passes and completed two for 11 yards in his first game as a starter. He added 31 rushing yards. Shepherd running back Dervon Wallace ran for 215 yards on 24 carries and two touchdowns. Fellow running back Vincent Riggs had 79 yards on the ground and three scores. Quarterback Tyler Lazear completed 12 of 17 passes for 104 yards. Mark Springrith was the team’s top receiver with four grabs for 49 yards. Defensively, linebacker Joey Hooks recorded five and a half tackles. Defensive back Layton Hersh made one interception. Score by Quarters Millersville Shepherd

1 0 12

2 0 7

3 0 10

4 7 7

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

MILL 5 38-77 11 8-2-1 46-88 0-0 1-57 5-69 1-18 7-39.1 3-1 10-80 26:34 3 of 13 0 of 2 0-1 1-2

0-6 0-12 0-19 0-22 0-29 0-36 7-36

SHEP 24 49-294 115 20-13-1 69-409 0-0 4-11 1-27 1-18 3-26.3 2-1 4-30 33:26 5 of 11 0 of 0 6-6 3-8

RUSHING: Millersville-Brad Lantz 11-42; Jamal Smith 14-31; Cardoza Jacks 9-12; Andrew Tischbein 1-0; Bill Shirk 2-minus 2; Randall Eggleton 1-minus 6. Shepherd-Dervon Wallace 24-215; Vincent Riggs 16-79; Tyler Lazear 4-6; Delonte Janey 1-minus 1; TEAM 4-minus 5. PASSING: Millersville-Jamal Smith 2-6-1-11; Bill Shirk 0-1-0-0; Andrew Tischbein 0-1-0-0. Shepherd-Tyler Lazear 12-17-0-104; Brett Zirkle 1-3-1-11. RECEIVING: Millersville-Andrew Tischbein 1-6; Randall Eggleton 1-5. Shepherd-Mark Springirth 4-49; Craig Tremel 2-18; Dervon Wallace 2-16; John Sheehan 1-10; Ryan Lavin 1-8; Vincent Riggs 1-7; Nasser Muhammad 1-5; Bobby Humphries 1-2. INTERCEPTIONS: Millersville-Brandon Tyler 1-18. Shepherd-Layton Hersh 1-18. FUMBLES: Millersville-Jamal Smith 1-0; Randall Eggleton 1-0; Bill Shirk 1-1. Shepherd-Delonte Janey 1-1; Tyler Lazear 1-0.

The Rock piled up 458 yards of total offense, added six sacks defensively and received a two-touchdown, 169-yard performance from wide receiver Paul Favers. Rock running back Corey Manfull added 150 rushing yards on 25 carries. The Marauder defense stopped potential scoring drives by twice recovering fumbles inside its five. Running back Cardoza Jacks paced the Millersville offense with 76 yards on 18 touches. Quarterback Jamal Smith was 6-of-14 passing for 72 yards. Defensive back Brandon Shelton led the defense with eight tackles and an interception early in the third quarter at the MU 10 yard line. Outside linebacker Marcus Banks also had eight tackles. Score by Quarters Millersville Slippery Rock

Score 7 36

Scoring Summary: SHEP 1st 10:03- Vincent Riggs 10-yard run (John Sheehan kick failed) SHEP 1st 01:51- Dervon Wallace 3-yard run (John Sheehan kick failed) SHEP 2nd 09:19- Vincent Riggs 4-yard run (Bryan Beverage kick) SHEP 3rd 07:28- Bryan Beverage 33-yard field goal SHEP 3rd 03:36- Dervon Wallace 2-yard run (Bryan Beverage kick) SHEP 4th 10:21- Vincent Riggs 9-yard run (Bryan Beverage kick) MILL 4th 05:03- Jimmie Cotton 57-yard punt return (John Banzhof kick)

Slippery Rock, Pa. – Quarterback Nate Crookshank threw for 293 yards and touchdown passes of one, 22 and 75 yards to lead Slippery Rock past Millersville 21-5.

1 0 0

2 2 14

3 3 0

4 0 7

Score 5 21

Scoring Summary: ROCK 2nd 14:11- Ross Hornish 1-yard pass from Nate Crookshank (CJ Bahr kick) MILL 2nd 07:50- TEAM safety ROCK 2nd 01:26- Paul Favers 75-yard pass from Nate Crookshank (CJ Bahr kick) MILL 3rd 02:06- John Banzhof 42-yard field goal, 5-21 1:29, ROCK 4th 07:22- Paul Favers 22-yard pass from Nate Crookshank (CJ Bahr kick) MILL ROCK FIRST DOWNS 14 19 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 49-114 43-165 PASSING YDS (NET) 72 293 Passes Att-Comp-Int 16-6-0 21-15-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 65-186 64-458 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-18 2-19 Kickoff Returns-Yards 5-92 2-58 Interception Returns-Yards 1-1 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 6-43.7 1-45.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 3-2 Penalties-Yards 8-62 8-101 Possession Time 29:33 30:27 Third-Down Conversions 7 of 17 10 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 2 0 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 0-0 2-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-2 6-45

0-7 2-7 2-14 5-13 5-21

RUSHING: Millersville-Cardoza Jacks 18-76; Brad Lantz 11-18; Jamal Smith 16-16; Bill Shirk 3-3; Jimmie Cotton 1-1. Slippery Rock-Corey Manfull 25-150; D. Cleckley 9-37; Nate Crookshank 4-12; Paul Favers 1-5; Travis Sarver 1-5; Brad Galvan 1-minus 2; TEAM 2-minus 42. PASSING: Millersville-Jamal Smith 6-14-0-72; Bill Shirk 0-2-0-0. Slippery Rock-Nate Crookshank 15-21-1-293; Brad Galvan 0-0-0-0. RECEIVING: Millersville-Brad Lantz 2-22; R. Eggleton 2-20; Derek Fry 1-21; A. Tischbein 1-9. Slippery Rock-Paul Favers 6-169; Terry Grossetti 4-47; Josh Prigorac 3-29; Corey Manfull 1-47; Ross Hornish 1-1. INTERCEPTIONS: Millersville-Brandon Shelton 1-minus 1. Slippery Rock-None. FUMBLES: Millersville-Brandon Shelton 1-0. Slippery Rock-Corey Manfull 2-2; Nate Crookshank 1-0.

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2007 Game Summaries Game Three- Millersville 19, Lock Haven 10 September 15, 2007 at Chryst Field

Game Four – Indiana (Pa.) 45, Millersville 0 September 22, 2007 at George P. Miller Stadium

Millersville, Pa. – Millersville never trailed in its home opener and won 1910 over Lock Haven despite failing to score an offensive touchdown. It was Millersville’s first win of 2007 after two losses to begin the season.

Indiana, Pa. – Indiana (Pa.) University cruised to a 45-0 win over visiting Millersville in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) crossover game at George P. Miller Stadium. With the shutout loss, the Marauders had yet to score an offensive touchdown through its first four games.

Andrew Pugh gave the Marauders an early lead by returning a blocked punt 25 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter. The Bald Eagles pulled to within 13-10 after scoring their only touchdown of the game came with 7:14 to play. But MU’s Jarrod Linn put an exclamation on the victory by returning a fumble recovery 33 yards for a touchdown with no time remaining. Brad Lantz led Millersville’s running attack with 150 yards on 36 carries. Quarterback Jamal Smith threw for just 30 yards but added 66 yards rushing. Linebacker Matt Buck led the Marauders with 10 tackles. He also tallied two sacks and forced the fumble on the game’s final play. For winless Lock Haven, quarterback Ilio DiPaolo rushed for 58 yards in the first half and completed five passes for 43 yards. Quarterback Tyler Golden relieved DiPaolo after halftime and went 6-of-14 for 80 yards. Wide receiver Chris Hawkins made seven grabs for 68 yards. Score by Quarters Lock Haven Millersville

1 0 7

2 3 0

3 0 3

4 7 9

Score 10 19

Scoring Summary: MILL 1st 03:39- Andrew Pugh 25-yard blocked punt return (John Banzhof kick) LHU 2nd 03:32- Marc Domonkos 25-yard field goal MILL 2nd 02:18- John Banzhof 34-yard field goal MILL 4th 10:33- John Banzhof 40-yard field goal LHU 4th 07:14- Ibrahim Smith 2-yard run (Marc Domonkos kick) MILL 4th 00:00- Jarrod Linn 33-yard fumble recovery FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

LHU 13 43-84 123 25-11-0 68-207 0-0 1-5 3-63 1-0 7-35.1 2-2 6-53 23:20 5 of 17 0 of 3 1-2 1-11

7-0 7-3 10-3 13-3 13-10 19-10

MILL 14 52-213 30 11-4-1 63-243 1-33 1-25 0-0 0-0 6-31.0 2-1 4-38 36:40 6 of 15 0 of 1 2-3 5-31

RUSHING: Lock Haven-Ilio DiPaolo 18-58; Carroll, Dwight 5-23; Ibrahim Smith 10-17; Jason Eby 4-7; Chris Hawkins 1-0; Segun Mallard 1-minus 2; Tyler Golden 4-minus 19. Millersville-Brad Lantz 36-150; Jamal Smith 13-66; Nicholas Lutz 2-7; Bart Lewis 1-minus 10. PASSING: Lock Haven-Tyler Golden 6-14-0-80; Ilio DiPaolo 5-10-0-43; Jason Eby 0-1-0-0. Millersville-Bill Shirk 3-6-1-23; Jamal Smith 1-5-0-7. RECEIVING: Lock Haven-Chris Hawkins 7-68; Jason Eby 2-20; Ibrahim Smith 1-20; Justin Schopp 1-15. Millersville-Brad Lantz 3-23; Drew Lagomarsino 1-7. INTERCEPTIONS: Lock Haven-Kevin Raymond 1-0. Millersville-None. FUMBLES: Lock Haven-Ilio DiPaolo 1-1; Tyler Golden 1-1. Millersville-Jamal Smith 2-1.

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Andrew Krewatch paced the unbeaten Crimson Hawks with a 16-for-29 passing performance that yielded 243 yards and a touchdown. Running back Kareem Dutrieuille rushed for two touchdowns and 42 yards. Poohbear McNeal was the team’s leading runner with 55 yards on eight touches. Linebacker Cosie Spigelmeyer had a team best 10 tackles. Running back Brad Lantz topped 100 yards for the second time in ’07 and for the second consecutive game. He was Millersville’s top rusher with 124 yards on 27 carries. Quarterback Jamal Smith completed four of 15 passes for 16 yards. Running back Jared Johnson was the team’s top receiver with two grabs. Score by Quarters Millersville IUP

1 0 14

2 0 10

3 0 14

4 0 7

Score 0 45

Scoring Summary: IUP 1st 12:26 - K. Dutrieuille 11 yd run (Matt McNelis kick) IUP 1st 04:30 - A. Owusu-Ansah 52 yd punt return (Craig Burgess kick) IUP 2nd 14:05 - Matt McNelis 43 yd field goal IUP 2nd 08:02 - Anthony Guerra 1 yd run (Matt McNelis kick) IUP 3rd 05:52 - K. Dutrieuille 11 yd run (Craig Burgess kick) IUP 3rd 00:00 - Mychal Skinner 60 yd pass from Andrew Krewatch (Matt McNelis kick) IUP 4th 12:17 - Ken Evans 31 yd fumble recovery (Craig Burgess kick) FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

MILL 10 45-125 16 18-4-0 63-141 0-0 0-0 8-144 0-0 10-40.1 1-1 9-64 33:05 2 of 15 1 of 3 0-0 0-0

0-7 0-14 0-17 0-24 0-31 0-38 0-45

IUP 22 33-160 254 30-17-0 63-414 1-31 5-91 1-17 0-0 4-43.2 0-0 11-70 26:55 5 of 12 1 of 1 3-4 4-32

RUSHING: Millersville-Brad Lantz 27-124; Jared Johnson 6-10; Jamal Smith 11-minus 2; Bill Shirk 1-minus 7. IUP-Poohbear McNeal 8-55; Pat McDanel 11-52; K. Dutrieuille 12-42; Andrew Krewatch 1-10; Anthony Guerra 1-1. PASSING: Millersville-Jamal Smith 4-15-0-16; Bill Shirk 0-2-0-0; Bart Lewis 0-1-0-0. IUP-Andrew Krewatch 16-29-0-243; Jeff Campbell 1-1-0-11. RECEIVING: Millersville-Jared Johnson 2-1; Andrew Downs 1-9; Derek Fry 1-6. IUP-A. Cellitti 8-86; Dan Pickens 3-61; G. Lestochi 2-3; Mychal Skinner 1-60; Rickie Simmons 1-19; Ken Witter 1-14; Leo Wood 1-11. INTERCEPTIONS: Millersville-None. IUP-None. FUMBLES: Millersville-Jamal Smith 1-1. IUP-None.

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2007 Game Summaries Game Five – Millersville 36, East Stroudsburg 24 September 29, 2007 at Eiler Martin Stadium

Game Six – West Chester 42, Millersville 14 October 6, 2007 at Chryst Field

East Stroudsburg, Pa. – Quarterback Jamal Smith threw for 154 yards and ran for another 136 in a 36-24 win over East Stroudsburg University. The Marauders jumped out to a 20-0 lead and never looked back in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division opener for both teams.

Millersville, Pa. – Quarterback Bill Zwaan threw for 343 yards and four touchdowns to lead the West Chester past Millersville 42-14 under the lights at Chryst Field at Biemesderfer Stadium.

Smith completed five of 12 passes and found Randall Eggleton three times for 105 yards and a TD. Wide out Jimmie Cotton added two receptions for 52 yards and a touchdown. Running backs Cardoza Jacks and Brad Lantz ran for 50 and 38 yards, respectively, and each scored a touchdown. Lantz also added a kick return touchdown. The Marauder defense forced four turnovers. Linebacker Matt Buck recovered two fumbles and intercepted a pass. Safety Marcus Banks recorded a team-high with nine tackles. Score by Quarters Millersville ESU

1 13 0

2 7 7

3 7 3

4 9 14

Score 36 24

Scoring Summary: MILL 1st 06:15 - Cardoza Jacks 3 yd run (John Banzhof kick) MILL 1ST 00:00 - Brad Lantz 3 yd run (John Banzhof kick blockd) MILL 2ND 06:25 - Jimmie Cotton 36 yd pass from Jamal Smith (John Banzhof kick) ESU 2ND 03:00 - Joe Partridge 1 yd run (Greg Knauss kick) ESU 3RD 12:54 - Greg Knauss 40 yd field goal MILL 3RD 01:37 - R. Eggleton 54 yd pass from Jamal Smith (John Banzhof kick) MILL 4th 07:58 - John Banzhof 30 yd field goal ESU 4th 03:29 - Sam Shuman 15 yd pass from Tim Roken (Greg Knauss kick) MILL 4th 03:29 - Brad Lantz 40 yd kickoff return (John Banzhof kick failed) ESU 4th 01:56 - Tim Roken 9 yd run (Greg Knauss kick) FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

MILL 18 54-222 157 12-5-1 66-379 0-0 3-51 5-108 2-31 5-44.2 0-0 15-110 33:28 5 of 14 0 of 1 3-3 1-1

7-0 13-0 20-0 20-7 20-10 27-10 30-10 30-17 36-17 36-24

RUSHING: Millersville-Jamal Smith 20-136; Cardoza Jacks 16-50; Brad Lantz 17-38; TEAM 1-minus 2. ESU-Joe Partridge 15-50; Tim Roken 9-31; Brant Quick 2-12. PASSING: Millersville-Jamal Smith 5-12-1-157. ESU-Tim Roken 21-44-2-171. RECEIVING: Millersville-R. Eggleton 3-105; Jimmie Cotton 2-52. ESU-Drew Stem 8-60; Sam Shuman 3-35; Joe Partridge 3-24; Jeff Giglio 3-19; Doug Ogden 2-13; Joe Kircher 1-12; Brant Quick 1-8.

FUMBLES: Millersville-None. ESU-Tim Roken 3-1; Drew Stem 1-1; Brant Quick 1-0.

MU quarterback Jamal Smith threw for 146 yards passing, added 51 yards on the ground and scored twice. Brad Lantz rushed for a team-high 52 yards on 20 carries. Eggleton caught six balls for 84 yards and a touchdown. WCU linebacker Sam Scott recorded 11 tackles, two-and-a-half tackles for a loss and one sack. Score by Quarters West Chester Millersville

ESU 18 26-93 171 44-21-2 70-264 0-0 2-27 7-200 1-15 6-42.2 5-2 7-65 26:26 3 of 14 2 of 2 3-4 2-9

INTERCEPTIONS: Millersville-Matt Buck 1-31; Brandon Shelton 1-0. ESU-Jayson Frank 1-15.

The Golden Rams scored in the first minute thanks to Zwann’s 41-yard touchdown pass to Mike Washington, who posted five receptions for 117 yards. WCU would take a 28-0 lead before Millersville scored back-to-back touchdowns just before halftime, the second coming on Randall Eggleton’s 34-yard TD reception with 1:42 left before the break. West Chester, however, halted MU’s momentum 37 seconds later with a quick-strike touchdown.

1 14 0

2 21 14

3 0 0

4 7 0

Score 42 14

Scoring Summary: WCU 1st 14:06 - Mike Washington 41-yard pass from Bill Zwaan (Alex Walsh kick), WCU 1st 02:58 - Ryan Paulson 80-yard pass from Bill Zwaan (Alex Walsh kick) WCU 2nd 13:19 - Dean Millard 3-yard run (Alex Walsh kick) WCU 2nd 10:23 - Ryan Paulson 7-yard pass from Bill Zwaan (Alex Walsh kick) MILL 2nd 05:24 - Jamal Smith 8-yard run (John Banzhof kick) MILL 2nd 01:42 - Randall Eggleton 34-yard pass from Jamal Smith (John Banzhof kick) WCU 2nd 01:05 - Steve Miller 13-yard pass from Bill Zwaan (Alex Walsh kick) WCU 4th 06:53 - B. Hargrose 2-yard run (Rocky Davis kick) FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

WCU 17 34-173 343 29-17-1 63-516 0-0 2-20 3-80 1-0 4-41.0 2-2 3-22 24:07 3 of 10 1 of 2 4-4 2-13

0-7 0-14 0-21 0-28 7-28 14-28 14-35 14-42

MILL 15 51-134 146 24-11-1 75-280 0-0 2-20 7-123 1-21 7-38.7 3-1 2-11 35:53 8 of 18 0 of 2 1-2 0-0

RUSHING: West Chester-Osagie Osunde 13-89; B. Hargrose 8-35; Dean Millard 7-25; Bill Zwaan 2-9; Pat McDermott 1-8; Mike Washington 2-7; D’Andre Webb 1-0. Millersville-Brad Lantz 20-52; Jamal Smith 16-51; Cardoza Jacks 12-33; Andrew Tischbein 1-2; Jimmie Cotton 1-minus 1; TEAM 1-minus 3. PASSING: West Chester-Bill Zwaan 17-29-1-343. Millersville-Jamal Smith 11-24-1-146. RECEIVING: West Chester-Mike Washington 5-117; Steve Miller 5-67; Ryan Paulson 3-91; Osagie Osunde 2-minus 1; Dean Millard 1-39; Cody Clark 1-30. Millersville-Randall Eggleton 6-84; Bart Lewis 2-16; Jimmie Cotton 1-26; Andrew Tischbein 1-14; Derek Fry 1-6. INTERCEPTIONS: West Chester-Anthony Gallup 1-0. Millersville-Dan McClellan 1-21. FUMBLES: West Chester-Osagie Osunde 2-2. Millersville-Jamal Smith 1-0; Jimmie Cotton 1-0; Cardoza Jacks 1-1.

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2007 Game Summaries Game Seven – Shippensburg 23, Millersville 14 October 13, 2007 at Chryst Field

Game Eight – Bloomsburg 42, Millersville 18 October 20, 2007 at Robert B. Redman Stadium

Millersville, Pa. –Shippensburg converted on all four red zone scoring opportunities to defeat host Millersville 23-14 in the Marauders’ Homecoming Game at Chryst Field at Biemesderfer Stadium.

Millersville, Pa. – Running back Jamar Brittingham broke Bloomsburg’s career yards rushing record Saturday as the Huskies defeated Millersville 42-28.

Ship running backs Aaron Dykes and David Richards combined for 158 yards on 31 carries and two touchdowns. Kicker Jamie Reder finished off the scoring for Shippensburg by converting all three of his field goal attempts (31, 41 and 31 yards). Millersville quarterback Jamal Smith completed just 10 of 30 passes for 74 yards and an interception, but kept the game close with his feet. Smith finished with 99 yards on 22 carries including a three-yard touchdown run in the second quarter that cut the Shippensburg lead to three (10-7). Jimmie Cotton’s 17-yard TD run pulled MU to within 20-14 in the fourth quarter, but the Red Raiders quickly responded with a field goal to take a two-possession lead. Score by Quarters Shippensburg Millersville

1 10 0

2 7 7

3 0 0

4 6 7

Scoring Summary: SHIP 1st 10:29 - Aaron Dykes 16-yard run (Jamie Reder kick) SHIP 1st 00:49 - Jamie Reder 31-yard field goal MILL 2nd 11:50 - Jamal Smith 3-yard run (John Banzhof kick) SHIP 2nd 01:05 - David Richards 15-yard run (Jamie Reder kick) SHIP 4th 14:08 - Jamie Reder 41-yard field goal MILL 4th 12:27 - Jimmie Cotton 17-yard run (John Banzhof kick) SHIP 4th 08:29 - Jamie Reder 31-yard field goal FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

SHIP 19 46-186 186 28-16-0 74-372 0-0 4-32 2-43 1-0 7-39.6 0-0 7-60 32:28 6 of 17 0 of 1 4-4 0-0

0-7 0-10 7-10 7-17 7-20 14-20 14-23

MILL 16 41-180 74 30-10-1 71-254 0-0 3-20 6-82 0-0 9-32.0 0-0 3-21 27:32 3 of 16 1 of 2 2-2 2-17

PASSING: Shippensburg-Gabe Maiocco 16-28-0-186. Millersville-Jamal Smith 10-30-1-74. RECEIVING: Shippensburg-Mike Harris 6-80; Dave Wilkerson 5-42; Tim Devanney 2-50; David Richards 1-10; Aaron Dykes 1-5; Kevin Marshall 1-minus 1. Millersville-Randall Eggleton 4-33; Jimmie Cotton 4-19; Brad Lantz 2-22.

FUMBLES: Shippensburg-None. Millersville-None.

Brittingham got the Huskie offense started by carrying the ball on all four plays of their opening drive and capping it off with a 19-yard touchdown run. Bloomsburg would strike again early in the second quarter when quarterback Dan Latorre hit wide receiver Brahin Bilal for a 31-yard touchdown pass to complete a seven-play, 71-yard drive. Millersville scored its first points early in the second quarter when quarterback Jamal Smith found Andrew Tischbein for a 50-yard touchdown pass, cutting Bloomsburg’s lead to 14-7. Tischbein finished the day with five catches for 95-yards and the touchdown. But the Huskies would never trail be fewer than two touchdowns after Brittingham’s third TD came late in the first half.

Score 23 14

RUSHING: Shippensburg-Aaron Dykes 18-79; David Richards 13-79; Dave Wilkerson 6-25; Kevin Marshall 3-12; Kyle Fogarty 2-10; TEAM 2-minus 2; Gabe Maiocco 2-minus 17. Millersville-Jamal Smith 22-99; Brad Lantz 13-58; Jimmie Cotton 3-16; Cardoza Jacks 2-7; Nicholas Lutz 1-0.

INTERCEPTIONS: Shippensburg-Bill Morrison 1-0. Millersville-None.

Brittingham found the end zone four times, capped off by an 81-yard touchdown run in the third quarter to put the Huskies back in front by 21 points. He carried the ball 22 times for 257 yards and the four scores.

Score by Quarters Millersville Bloomsburg Univ.

1 0 7

2 14 21

3 7 14

4 7 0

Scoring Summary: BLOOM 1st 09:57 - J. Brittingham 19-yard run (Jon Konieg kick) BLOOM 2nd 13:00 - Brahin Bilal 31-yard pass from Dan Latorre (Jon Konieg kick) MILL 2nd 09:28 - Andrew Tischbein 50-yard pass from Jamal Smith (John Banzhof kick) BLOOM 2nd 07:27 - J. Brittingham 1-yard run (Jon Konieg kick) MILL 2nd 05:18 - Jamal Smith 1-yard run (John Banzhof kick) BLOOM 2nd 01:53 - J. Brittingham 16-yard run (Jon Konieg kick) BLOOM 3rd 12:06 - Josh Heck 7-yard run (Jon Konieg kick) MILL 3rd 09:09 - Brandon Shelton 21-yard interception return (John Banzhof kick) BLOOM 3rd 08:09 - J. Brittingham 81-yard run (Jon Konieg kick) MILL 4th 01:04 - Jamal Smith 1-yard run (John Banzhof kick) FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

MILL 17 47-187 177 22-11-0 69-364 1-24 1-0 7-124 1-21 4-45.8 0-0 3-20 27:49 7 of 15 0 of 3 2-2 0-0

0-7 0-14 7-14 7-21 14-21 14-28 14-35 21-35 21-42 28-42

BLOOM 24 55-397 99 13-6-1 68-496 0-0 2-12 4-155 0-0 2-34.0 1-1 2-94 32:11 6 of 11 1 of 1 5-6 1-6

RUSHING: Millersville-Brad Lantz 21-65; Jamal Smith 16-65; Jimmie Cotton 5-35; Andrew Tischbein 1-8; Randall Eggleton 2-7; Cardoza Jacks 1-5; Bill Shirk 1-2. Bloomsburg Univ.-J. Brittingham 22-257; Josh Heck 23-92; Stefan Adams 6-31; Dan Latorre 2-16; J. Sweeting III 1-1; TEAM 1-0. PASSING: Millersville-Jamal Smith 10-21-0-174; Bill Shirk 1-1-0-3. Bloomsburg Univ.-Dan Latorre 6-13-1-99. RECEIVING: Millersville-Andrew Tischbein 5-95; Jimmie Cotton 4-71; Randall Eggleton 2-11. Bloomsburg Univ.-Brahin Bilal 4-70; Ryan Barr 1-22; Kyle Ream 1-7. INTERCEPTIONS: Millersville-Brandon Shelton 1-21. Bloomsburg Univ.-None. FUMBLES: Millersville-None. Bloomsburg Univ.-Josh Heck 1-1.

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2007 Game Summaries Game Nine – Millersville 16, Cheyney 0 Oct. 27, 2007 at O’Shields-Stevenson Stadium

Game Ten – Bentley College 17, Millersville 10 November 3, 2007 at Chryst Field

Cheyney, Pa. – The Millersville University football team forced seven Cheyney turnovers and went on to pick-up their first shutout of the season, 16-0.

Millersville, Pa. - Henry Morris’ 15-yard touchdown strike to Jehan Murphy with 30 seconds to play was the difference in Bentley College ‘s 17-10 nonconference win at Millersville.

Defensive back Brandon Shelton intercepted Cheyney quarterback Derrick Murry twice in the first half, including one he returned 60 yards for a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage that put the Marauders on the board just 21 seconds into the game. The interceptions were his teamleading fourth and fifth of the season and marked the second week in a row he returned an interception for a touchdown.

Morris, who started in place of the injured John White, found Murphy on a quick slant to cap a nine-play, 88-yard drive that began with 2:38 remaining. Morris completed 18 of 44 passes for 245 yards, two touchdowns and an interception.

The Marauder secondary picked off Murray twice more with interceptions by linebacker Brandon Tyler and defensive back Julius Carter. In the third quarter, Brad Lantz rushed 18 yards for Millersville’s lone offensive touchdown. Score by Quarters 1 Millersville 7 Cheyney

2 3 0

3 6 0

4 0 0

Score 16 0

Scoring Summary: MILL 1st 14:39 - Brandon Shelton 60-yard interception return (John Banzhof kick) MILL 2nd 03:09 - John Banzhof 35-yard field goal MILL 3rd 07:51 - Brad Lantz 18-yard run (John Banzhof kick failed) FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

MILL 14 47-208 25 17-4-2 64-233 1-0 2-39 1-17 4-97 5-44.8 0-0 9-86 31:03 3 of 14 2 of 2 2-5 1-2

0 7-0 14-0 16-0

CHEY 15 36-158 95 24-10-4 60-253 0-0 1-0 3-53 2-15 3-32.7 4-3 4-47 28:57 5 of 12 0 of 2 0-0 2-12

Bentley took the early lead six minutes into the game when Morris hit John Studley on an 80-yard catch-and-run. Millersville rallied with a second-quarter Jamal Smith 1-yard TD run and a John Banzhof 34-year-old field goal. The Marauders’ led 10-7 until Bentley’s field goal early in the fourth quarter. 1 7 0

2 0 7

3 3 3

4 7 0

Score 17 10

Scoring Summary: BEN 1st 9:00 - John Studley 80 yd pass from Henry Morris (Tyler McNamara kick) MILL 2nd 6:59 - Jamal Smith 1 yd run (John Banzhof kick MILL 3rd 10:52 - John Banzhof 34 yd field goal BEN 4th 7:30 - Tyler McNamara 26 yd field goal BEN 4th 0:30 - Jehan Murphy 15 yd pass from Henry Morris (Tyler McNamara kick)

PASSING: Millersville-Jamal Smith 3-12-1-13; Bill Shirk 1-5-1-12. Cheyney-Murry, Derrick 10-24-4-95. RECEIVING: Millersville-Brad Lantz 3-13; A. Tischbein 1-12. Cheyney-Johnson,Charles 4-52; Jones, Darryl 2-24; Frazier, Eric 2-8; Mitchell, Billy 1-7; Curry, D. 1-4.

FUMBLES: Millersville-None. Cheyney-Murry, Derrick 2-2; Cooper, Tyree 1-0; Okoro, Chinoso 1-1.

Bill Shirk (fr. Phoenixville/Phoenixville), who played the final two possessions at quarterback for Millersville, nearly led the Marauder’s on a gametying drive after starting at his own 30. After completions of 14 yards to Randall Eggleton, five yards to Brad Lantz and 18 yards to Andrew Tischbein, Shirk’s pressured toss to the end zone fell short, setting up the final play with one second remaining. Shirk’s throw to a well-covered Jimmie Cotton was then tipped away to end the game.

Score by Quarters Bentley College Millersville

RUSHING: Millersville-Brad Lantz 23-133; Cardoza Jacks 10-33; Jamal Smith 10-28; Jimmie Cotton 4-14. Cheyney-Mitchell, Billy 23-101; Murry, Derrick 9-35; Okoro, Chinoso 1-11; Belton, Norman 2-6; Hogan, Bobby 1-5.

INTERCEPTIONS: Millersville-Brandon Shelton 2-60; Julius Carter 1-21; Brandon Tyler 1-16. Cheyney-Cooper, Tyree 2-15.

Murphy was flagged for an excessive celebration penalty as he leapt into the end zone, forcing the Falcons to kickoff from their own 15.

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

BEN 15 23-90 245 44-18-1 67-335 0-0 4-32 3-76 1-0 10-37.3 0-0 7-72 24:25 5 of 17 0 of 1 2-2 4-13

7-0 7-7 10-7 10-10 17-10

MILL 13 48-131 168 22-13-1 70-299 0-0 2-40 4-100 1-41 10-41.9 3-1 8-85 35:35 5 of 17 0 of 1 2-3 4-14

RUSHING: Bentley College-Luis Cotto 16-64; Henry Morris 6-27; TEAM 1-minus 1. Millersville-Brad Lantz 22-70; Jamal Smith 17-37; Cardoza Jacks 6-18; Jimmie Cotton 3-6. PASSING: Bentley College-Henry Morris 18-44-1-245. Millersville-Jamal Smith 7-13-1-118; Bill Shirk 6-9-0-50. RECEIVING: Bentley College-Mike Griggs 5-38; Jon Kaczka 4-23; John Studley 3-94; Kyle Tuthill 2-37; Luis Cotto 2-32; Jehan Murphy 2-21. Millersville-Randall Eggleton 5-82; Brad Lantz 4-40; Andrew Tischbein 3-38; Jimmie Cotton 1-8. INTERCEPTIONS: Bentley College-Paul Tetzel 1-0. Millersville-Brandon Shelton 1-41. FUMBLES: Bentley College-None. Millersville-Jamal Smith 2-0; Jimmie Cotton 1-1.

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2007 Game Summaries Game Eleven – Kutztown 26, Millersville 23 (3 OT) November 10, 2007 at Chryst Field Millersville, Pa. – Kutztown quarterback Kyle Spotts’ eight-yard touchdown run in the third overtime gave the Golden Bear’s a wild 26-23 win over Millersville. Spotts dove into the end zone for his third rushing touchdown after finding a seam on the left side on first-and-goal. He finished with 147 yards passing and 42 yards on the ground. The Golden Bears needed at least a field goal on that drive to keep the game going after Millersville kicker John Banzhof nailed a 39-yard field goal to begin the third overtime. Banshof had missed wide on field goals of 37 and 35 yards in the first and second overtimes. As if the overtimes weren’t wild enough, Millersville extended their lead in the final play of the first half after a controversial delay-of-game penalty was called on the Golden Bears. With 13 seconds remaining before halftime, MU running back Brad Lantz, who finished with a career-high 152 yards and scored twice, was stuffed on a run up the middle from the one-yard. The clock ran out before MU could get off another play, the Golden Bears trotted off the field and the Millersville band began their halftime show. But Millersville head coach Joe Trainer ran to the officials to plead for a delay-ofgame call. The officials called the penalty after conferencing for several minutes – they said a KU player prevented an official from retrieving the ball to re-spot it - and the Golden Bears eventually walked back onto the field. Millersville set up for a field goal but chose to go for a touchdown after Kutztown called timeout. Quarterback Bill Shirk muscled his way through the pile on a one-yard sneak. Banzhof’s extra point was no good and the Marauders had a 13-6 lead at halftime. Score by Quarters 1 Kutztown 0 Millersville 7

2 6 6

3 7 0

4 7 7

OT 6 3

Score 26 23

Scoring Summary: Mill 1st 8:00 - Brad Lantz 2-yard run (John Banzhof kick) Kutz 2nd 2:14 - Dontay Wilson 5-yard run (Ryan Nye kick blocked) Mill 2nd 0:00 - Bill Shirk 1-yard run (John Banzhof kick failed) Kutz 3rd 8:52 - Kyle Spotts 1-yard run (Matt Dineen kick) Mill 4th 12:46 - Brad Lantz 7-yard run (John Banzhof kick) Mill 4th 8:22 - Kyle Spotts 1-yard run (Matt Dineen kick) Mill OT3 John Banzhof 39-yard field goal Kutz OT3 Kyle Spotts 8-yard run FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

KUTZ 21 55-149 147 34-15-1 89-296 0-0 4-45 3-61 2-19 6-40.2 1-0 6-31 31:45 8 of 21 1 of 3 4-5 1-3

MILL 14 51-254 62 19-7-2 70-316 0-0 4-34 4-85 1-11 7-39.0 1-0 14-123 28:15 5 of 17 1 of 1 3-5 2-17

RUSHING: Kutztown-Dontay Wilson 19-70; Kyle Spotts 15-42; Cory McFadden 11-21; Joe Strauss 8-16; Kendell Coleman 2-0. Millersville-Brad Lantz 33-152; Jamal Smith 8-106; Cardoza Jacks 3-8; Bill Shirk 4-minus 2; Jimmie Cotton 3-minus 10. PASSING: Kutztown-Kyle Spotts 15-34-1-147. Millersville-Jamal Smith 4-12-1-19; Bill Shirk 3-7-1-43. RECEIVING: Kutztown-Elfren Quiles 6-73; Jason Uhlig 4-18; Mike Dietrich 3-26; Dan Onorato 1-21; Nick Aspromonte 1-9. Millersville-Randall Eggleton 4-50; Derek Fry 1-8; Jacob Haines 1-5; Brad Lantz 1-minus 1. INTERCEPTIONS: Kutztown-Justin Gibbs 1-19; Brian Bingnear 1-0. Millersville-Ryan Archie 1-11. FUMBLES: Kutztown-Cory McFadden 1-0. Millersville-Brad Lantz 1-0.

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Coaching, PSAC East Millersville Coaching Records Name no coach Charles D. Cooper A.M. Cottrell Harold Zimmerman Dennis A. Sharkey F. Filling Rev. Hartman Gordan Granger Paul B. Kehs Philip D. Aines John A. Pucillo

Years 1889-1905 1906-10 1911 1912-13 1914-16 1917 1918 1919 1920-22 1923-24 1925-29, 33-36

No 14 5 1 2 3 1 1 1 3 2 9

W 44 26 0 3 5 4 2 1 6 6 22

L 17 5 2 10 15 2 3 4 11 7 33

T 5 7 0 2 2 0 0 1 3 1 5

PCT .711 .776 .000 .267 .273 .667 .400 .250 .375 .464 .408

Name Francis Johnson Marino Intreri Ivan Stehman John Fischer Bernie Santaniello George Katchmer Gene A. Carpenter Kevin Kiesel Joe Trainer TOTALS

Years No 1930-32 3 1937 1 1938-41 4 1946-50 5 1951-53 3 1954-69 16 1970-2000 31 2001-04 4 2005-07 3 1889-2007 112

W 2 3 15 9 6 58 212 15 13 452

L 14 4 11 28 15 73 89 27 20 390

T 5 0 2 1 0 3 6 0 0 43

PCT .214 .429 .571 .250 .286 .444 .700 .357 .394 .535

Millersville’s PSAC East Finishes Year Record Finish 1996 4-2 T-2nd 1997 4-2 T-2nd 1998 6-0 1st 1999 5-1 2nd 2000 5-1 2nd 2001 2-4 5th 2002 3-3 4th 2003 1-5 6th 2004 3-3 4th 2005 3-3 4th 2006 3-3 4th 2007 2-3 5th TOTALS 172-102-5 (.625) MU lost “State Game” in 1977 and 1981, but won mythical PSAC championship in 1940 (with IUP), 1941 (with West Chester) and 1988. Mythical champions were crowned 1934-50, Saylor System was used 1951-59. Year 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

Record 4-1 2-3 2-4 4-2 1-4-1 2-4 2-4 2-4 2-3-1 1-5 3-3 4-2

Year 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983

Finish 2nd T-4th 5th T-2nd 6th 5th T-6th 5th T-4th 6th T-4th T-2nd

Record 4-2 4-2 5-1 4-2 4-2 5-0 2-3 4-1 4-1 5-0 4-2 3-3

Finish T-2nd 3rd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 4th T-1st T-1st 1st 3rd 4th

Year 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

Record 4-1-1 4-2 5-1 4-2 6-0 *5-1 5-0 2-3-1 4-2 6-0 4-2 5-0-1

Finish 3rd 3rd 2nd T-2nd 1st T-1st 1st 5th 3rd 1st T-3rd T-1st

*includes forfeit win over East Stroudsburg in 1989

The Last Time 20+ Carries 30+ Carries 100+ Yards Rushing 150+ Yards Rushing 200+ Yards Rushing 300+ Yards Rushing 3+ Rushing TDs/game 50+ Yard Run 75+ Yard Run 20 Pass Completions 30 Pass Completions 30+ Pass Attempts 40+ Pass Attempts 50+ Pass Attempts 200+ Yards Passing 250+ Yards Passing 300+ Yards Passing 400+ Yards Passing 3+ Passing TDs/game 50+ Yard Pass 75+ Yard Pass 8+ Receptions

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10+ Receptions 100+ Yards Receiving 150+ Yards Receiving 200+ Yards Receiving 300+ All-Purpose Yards 3+ Interceptions/Game Kickoff Return TD Punt Return TD Blocked Punt Return TD Interception Return TD Fumble Return TD Defensive XP Return 3 Field Goals/Game 40-Yard Field Goal Recorded a Safety Scored in All 4 Quarters Recorded a Shutout Was Shutout Was Tied * Millersville Record ^ PSAC Record

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Andy Neupauer (11) vs. Bloomsburg – 2004 (L, 23-20) Randall Eggleton (105) vs. East Stroudsburg – Sept. 29, 2007 (W, 36-24) Ryan Clift (166) vs. East Stroudsburg – 2003 (L, 28-24) *Sean Scott (227) vs. Clarion – 1998 (L, 38-31) Kevin Cannon (328) vs. Shepherd – 1995 (W, 59-7) Walt Hawkins (3) vs. Slippery Rock – Oct. 18, 2003 (L, 28-18) Brad Lantz (40) vs. East Stroudsburg – Sept. 29, 2007 (W, 36-24) Jimmie Cotton (57) vs. Shepherd – Aug. 25, 2007 (L, 36-7) Andrew Pugh vs. Lock Haven – Sept. 15, 2007 (W, 19-10) Brandon Shelton vs. Cheyney – Oct. 27, 2007 (W, 16-0) Jarrod Linn vs. Lock Haven – Sept. 15, 2007 (W, 19-10) Gordon Cain vs. West Chester – 1999 (L, 40-35) Sean Hughes (3) vs. Indiana (Pa.) -2001 (W, 30-26) John Banzhof (40) vs. Lock Haven – Sept. 15, 2007 (W, 19-10) vs. Slippery Rock – Sept. 8, 2007 (L, 21-2) vs. East Stroudsburg – Sept. 29, 2007 (W, 36-24) vs. Cheyney – Oct. 27, 2007 (W, 16-0) vs. Indiana (Pa.) – Sept. 22, 2007 (L, 45-0) vs. Bloomsburg – 1995 (28-28)

Individual Records (Minimum 70% GP) Most Points Game 30 Season 108 Career 264

Kevin Cannon vs. Shepherd, ‘95 Brady Myers vs. Cheyney, ‘95 Juan Jones vs. Kutztown, ‘04 Desi Washington, ‘89 Ricke Stonewall, ‘81-84

Most Touchdowns Game 5 Season 17 Career 44

Kevin Cannon vs. Shepherd, ‘95 Brady Myers vs. Cheyney, ‘95 Juan Jones vs. Kutztown, ‘04 Desi Washington, ‘89 Juan Jones, ‘05 Ricke Stonewall, ‘81-84

Most Touchdowns Rushing Game 5 Brady Myers vs. Cheyney, 95 Juan Jones vs. Kutztown, 04 Season 16 Juan Jones, 05 Career 43 Ricke Stonewall, 81-84 Most Touchdowns Passing Game 6 J. Szczecinski vs. Salisbury State, 79 Drew Folmar vs. East Stroudsburg, 99 Season 30 Drew Folmar, 98 Career *91 Drew Folmar, 97-00 Most Touchdown Pass Receptions Season 13 Sean Scott, 97 Mike McFetridge, 98 Career 27 Mike McFetridge, 95-98 Sean Scott, 97-00 Most Rushing Attempts Game 40 Juan Jones vs. Kutztown, 05 Season 294 Juan Jones, 05 Career 648 Ricke Stonewall, 81-84 Most Net Yards Rushing Play 93 Marc DeBellis vs. Mansfield, 93 (TD) Game *350 Ricke Stonewall vs. New Haven, 82 Season 1,387 Ricke Stonewall, 82 Career 41,69 Ricke Stonewall, 81-84 Most Passes Attempted Game 67 Chris Fagan vs. Bloomsburg, 91 Season 374 Dan Csencsitz, 2004 Career 1,241 Drew Folmar, 97-00 Most Passes Completed Game 35 Dan Csencsitz vs. Slippery Rock, 03 Season 235 Dan Csencsitz, 04 Career 760 Drew Folmar, 97-00 Best Pass Completion Percentage (min 10 att.) Game 1.000 Dan Csencitz vs. Cheyney (12/12) Season .659 Drew Folmar, 98 (220/334) Career .616 Dan Csencsitz, 03-05 (485/787) Most Net Yards Passing Play 91 Drew Folmar to Sean Scott vs. Bloomsburg, 99 (TD) Game 458 Drew Folmar vs. Kutztown, 99 Season 3,039 Drew Folmar, 98 Career 9,903 Drew Folmar, 97-00

Highest Pass Efficiency Rating Season 164.8 Drew Folmar, 98 Career 147.0 Drew Folmar, 97-00

Most Assisted Tackles Season 125 John Petrus, 86 Career 320 John Petrus, 85-88

Most Net Total Offensive Yards Game 447 Drew Folmar vs. Kutztown, 99 (-11 Rush, 458 Pass) Season 2,970 Drew Folmar, 98 (-69 Rush, 3,039 Pass) Career 10,105 Drew Folmar, 97-00 (202 Rush, 9,903 Pass)

Most Quarterback Sacks Season 18 Steve Sudak, 82 Career 40 Chris Hangen, 82-85 Most Punt Returns Season 36 Desi Washington, 88 Career 97 Desi Washington, 86-89

Most Passes Had Intercepted Season 24 Chris Fagan, 91 Career 52 Chris Fagan, 89-92

Most Punt Return Yards Season 381 Desi Washington, 88 Career 875 Desi Washington, 86-89

Most Pass Receptions Game *18 Chris Pelczarski vs. Bloomsburg, 91 Season 77 Mike McFetridge, 98 Career 240 Sean Scott, 97-00

Most Kickoff Returns Season 32 Terrance Trogdon, 01 Career 67 Kevin Cannon, 92-95

Most Net Yards Receiving Game 227 Sean Scott vs. Clarion, 98 Season 1,331 Mike McFetridge, 98 Career 3,293 Sean Scott, 97-00 Best Average Yards Per Catch Season 30.6 Mark Lumpkin, 83 Career 19.5 Dave Havriliak, 78-80 Most All-Purpose Yards Game 350 Ricke Stonewall vs. New Haven, 82 328 Kevin Cannon vs. Shepherd, 95 326 Dan Esposito vs. Clarion, 94 Season 1,876 Desi Washington, 89 Career 5,160 Ricke Stonewall, 81-84 4,994 Kevin Cannon, 91-95 4,456 Bob Coyne, 80-83 Most Field Goals Season 12

Brad Heim, 92 Andy Ryzewski, 00

Most Points After Touchdowns Game 9 Andy Brubaker vs. Bloomsburg, 81 Brandon Lynch vs. Mansfield, 96 Andy Ryzewski vs. Cheyney, 98 Season 40 Andy Ryzewski, 98 & 99 Career 132 Andy Ryzewski, 97-00 Best Punting Average Season 39.7 George Rule, 80 Career 37.5 Doug Joyce, 88-91 Most Interceptions Season 9 Career 16

Tony Yoas, 86 Anthony Devine, 90 Jeff Raber, 82-85 Darren Ryals, 86-89

Most Kickoff Return Yards Season 760 Kevin Cannon, 94 Career 1,999 Kevin Cannon, 92-95 Most Overall Return Yards Game 223 Desi Washington vs. Slippery Rock, 88 (102 Punt, 121 Kickoff) Season 1,089 Kevin Cannon, 94 (329 Punt, 760 Kickoff) Career 2,831 Kevin Cannon, 92-95 (832 Punt, 1,999 Kickoff) Longest Touchdown Run 93 Yds., Marc DeBellis vs. Mansfield, ‘93 Longest Touchdown Pass 91 Yds., Drew Folmar to Sean Scott vs. Bloomsburg, 99 Longest Field Goal 52 Yds., Barry Brunner vs. Bloomsburg, 74 Longest Punt 73 Yds., George Rule vs. Wittenberg, 79 Longest Punt Return 89 Yds., Jan Bowman vs. Curry, 67 Longest Kickoff Return 100 Yds., Brent Thomas vs. Mansfield, 80 100 Yds., Kevin Cannon vs. Shepherd, 95 Longest Interception Return *102 Yds., Ray Kasper vs. Curry, 67 Longest Return by Recovered Fumble *100 Yds., Jamal Battle vs. East Stroudsburg, 98 Longest Return by Missed Field Goal 98 Yds., Mike Ortman vs. Randolph-Macon, 69

Most Interception Yards Season 143 Anthony Devine, 90

Longest Defensive Extra Point Return 97 Yds., Gordon Cain vs. West Chester, 99

Most Solo Tackles Season 102 Tim Naylor, 92 Career 285 Rick Boyer, 91-95

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Top 10 Performers Season Rank Name 1. Ricke Stonewall, 1982 2. Scott Highley, 1989 3. Juan Jones, 2005 4. Marc DeBellis, 1993 5. Bob Coyne, 1981 6. Scott Highley, 1988 7. Troy Smith, 1985 8. Robb Riddick, 1980 9. Mike Ortman, 1971 10. Ron Porter, 1992 Rank Name G 1. Drew Folmar, 1998 10 2. Drew Folmar, 1999 10 3. *Dan Csencsitz, 2004 10 4. Greg Moylan, 1995 10 5. Chris Fagan, 1991 10 6. Drew Folmar, 1997 10 7. Chris Fagan, 1990 10 8. Drew Folmar, 2000 10 9. Chuck Andrew, 2001 11 10. Greg Moylan, 1996 10 Rank Name 1. Mike McFetridge, 1998 2. Sean Scott, 1998 3. Mike McFetridge, 1996 4. Kevin Cannon, 1995 5. Mike McFetridge, 1997 6. Andy Neupauer, 2004 7. Sean Scott, 1999 8. Alfa Jackson, 2001 9. Sean Scott, 2000 10. Terrance Trogdon, 2001

RUSHING

G 10 10 11 10 11 10 10 9 9 10

TC 191 172 294 220 163 175 212 193 152 218

PASSING

ATT 334 316 374 275 360 294 292 297 346 322

COMP 220 199 235 175 187 173 1156 168 190 183 REC 77 73 72 71 70 68 67 66 65 58

Career

Rank Name 1. Drew Folmar, 1997-2000 2. Chris Fagan, 1989-92 3. Dan Csencsit, 2003-06 4. Greg Moylan, 1993-96 5. Carmen Lex, 1974-77 6. Gregg Caplan, 1982-85 7. Mike Burke, 1971-74 8. Chuck Andrew, 2001-02 8. Steve Lennox, 1968-70 10. Bret Stover, 1986-88

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G 41 35 40 28 36 33 34 35 23 26 G 40 40 36 32 30 37 34 18 26 21

INT 12 4 11 6 24 10 11 8 14 11

PCT .659 .630 .628 .636 .519 .588 .534 .566 .549 .568

RECEIVING

G 10 10 10 9 10 10 8 11 10 11

Rank Name 1. Ricke Stonewall, 1981-84 2. Scott Highley, 1986-89 3. Marc DeBellis, 1991-94 4. Steve Schaufert, 1971-74 5. Bob Coyne, 1980-83 6. Ron Porter, 1988-92 7. Gerald Mack, 1993-96 8. Troy Smith, 1982-85 9. Juan Jones, 2003-05 10. John Flamish, 1998-2000

YARDS 1387 1333 1332 1308 1183 1182 1101 1100 1098 1053

YARDS 1131 1008 860 918 770 718 1030 724 760 518

RUSHING TC 648 445 596 411 382 454 399 433 423 384

PASSING

ATT COMP INT 1241 760 34 1098 556 52 1032 635 33 848 497 30 569 290 38 565 286 37 543 270 42 568 309 18 454 205 33 295 159 11

AVG 7.3 7.8 4.4 5.9 7.3 6.7 5.2 5.7 7.2 4.8

LG 73 73 38 93 80 63 26 65 -- 88

YDS 3039 2700 2649 2310 2248 2152 2065 2012 1981 1973

AVG 13.8 13.6 11.3 13.2 12.0 12.4 13.3 12.0 10.4 10.8

AVG 14.7 13.8 11.9 12.9 11.0 10.6 15.4 11.0 11.7 8.9

YARDS 4169 2883 2859 2515 2322 2221 2213 2154 2012 2011

TD 15 9 16 10 13 11 5 9 12 13 LG 81 91 59 62 70 65 66 49 56 47

LG 81 39 36 56 65 27 91 70 40 36

AVG 6.4 6.5 4.8 6.1 6.1 4.9 5.6 5.0 4.7 5.2

PCT YARDS AVG .612 9903 13.0 .506 7362 13.2 61.5 7275 7.0 .586 6207 12.5 .510 4489 15.5 .506 3991 14.0 .497 3716 13.8 .544 3512 11.4 .452 2379 11.6 .539 2143 13.5

TD 30 26 17 22 15 19 11 16 12 14

YDS/G 138.7 133.3 121.1 130.8 107.5 118.2 110.1 122.2 122.0 105.3 YDS/G 303.9 270.0 264.9 231.0 224.8 215.2 206.5 201.2 180.1 197.3

Rank Name 1. Drew Folmar, 1998 2. Drew Folmar, 1999 3. *Dan Csencsitz, 2004 4. Greg Moylan, 1995 5. Drew Folmar, 1997 6. Drew Folmar, 2000 7. Chris Fagan, 1991 8. Carmen Lex, 1977 9. Chuck Andrew, 2001 10. Chris Fagan, 1990

TOTAL OFFENSE

G 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 10

PLAYS 395 372 426 319 375 395 401 287 445 351

Rank Name 1. Desi Washington, 1989 2. Bob Coyne, 1981 3. Kevin Cannon, 1994 4. Ricke Stonewall, 1982 5. Kevin Cannon, 1995 6. Robb Riddick, 1980 7. Terrance Trogdon, 2001 8. Dondre Gilliam, 2000 9. Juan Jones, 2005 10. Scott Highley, 1988

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Rank Name 1. Desi Washington, 1989 2. Juan Jones, 2005 3. Ricke Stonewall, 1982 4. John Flamish, 1999 5. Bob Coyne, 1981 Scott Highley, 1988 Kevin Cannon, 1995 8. Ron Porter, 1992 Sean Scott, 1997 Mike McFetridge, 1998

G 10 11 10 10 11 10 9 10 10 10

REC/G 7.7 7.3 7.2 7.1 7.0 6.8 8.4 6.0 6.5 5.3

TD 43 21 24 18 19 26 19 12 27 18

YDS/G 101.7 82.4 71.5 89.8 64.5 67.3 65.1 61.5 87.5 77.4

Rank Name 1. Sean Scott, 1997-2000 2. Mike McFetridge, 1995-98 3. Kevin Cannon, 1992-95 4. Andy Neupauer, 2001-04 5. Bill Burke, 1989-92 6. Ryan Clift, 2002-05 7. Omar Sanders, 2003-06 8. Alfa Jackson, 2000-03 9. Shawn Foxworth, 1996-99 10. Roger Smith, 1986-88

G 38 40 37 42 40 31 37 32 36 29

YDS/G 247.6 184.1 202.1 194.0 149.6 107.9 109.3 195.1 91.5 102.0

Rank Name 1. Drew Folmar, 1997-2000 2. Chris Fagan, 1989-92 3. Dan Csencsitz, 2003-06 4. Greg Moylan, 1993-96 5. Carmen Lex, 1974-77 6. Mike Burke, 1971-74 7. Gregg Caplan, 1982-85 8. Ricke Stonewall, 1981-84 9. Chuck Andrew, 2001-02 10. Scott Highley, 1986-89

G 40 40 36 32 30 34 37 41 18 35

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ALL-PURPOSE YARDS

TD 13 4 8 11 6 6 6 1 4 5

TD 91 48 52 50 37 20 42 22 10 19

RUSH -69 30 -158 52 76 165 -171 351 -15 -162

RUSH 714 1183 17 1387 -17 1100 299 90 1332 1182

REC 463 158 575 17 918 268 578 767 92 242

SCORING TD 17 17 15 13 14 14 14 13 13 13

RET 699 483 1089 267 740 208 660 595 11 0

PAT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

RECEIVING REC 240 221 158 156 144 130 126 118 106 101

YARDS 3293 2778 2093 1749 2008 1728 1332 1454 1636 1478

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS 1537 1336 1206 972 902 792 951 652 568 449

RUSH 202 -460 -420 -129 1050 741 374 4169 -42 288

TOTAL 2970 2730 2491 2362 2228 2177 2077 1980 1966 1903 TOTAL 1876 1824 1681 1671 1641 1576 1477 1452 1435 1424

2-PT 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

YDS/G 297.0 273.0 249.1 236.2 222.8 217.7 207.7 198.0 178.7 190.3 YDS/G 187.6 165.8 168.1 167.1 182.3 175.1 134.3 145.2 130.5 142.4

FG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

AVG 13.7 12.6 13.2 11.2 13.9 13.3 10.6 12.3 15.4 14.6

TD 227 27 22 13 14 13 5 4 14 11

PASS 9903 7362 7275 6207 4489 3716 3991 56 3512 334

TOTAL 10105 6902 6855 6078 5539 4457 4365 4225 3470 2917

PTS 108 102 90 86 84 84 84 78 78 78

REC/G 6.3 5.5 4.3 3.7 3.6 4.2 3.4 3.7 2.9 3.5

YDS/G 252.7 172.6 190.4 189.9 184.6 131.0 118.0 103.0 192.8 83.3

Team Records Rank Name 1. Ricke Stonewall, 1981-84 2. Kevin Cannon, 1992-95 3. Bob Coyne, 1980-83 4. Dondre Gilliam, 1997-2000 5. Robb Riddick, 1977-80 6. Sean Scott, 1997-2000 7. Desi Washington, 1986-89 8. Scott Highley, 1986-89 9. Mike McFetridge, 1995-98 10. Mike Squires, 1973-75

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS G 41 37 36 41 34 38 34 35 40 27

RUSH 4169 70 2322 1019 1938 0 870 2883 0 1696

REC 136 2093 331 1332 431 3293 463 329 2778 744

RET 855 2831 1803 1230 1093 43 1919 9 298 580

TOTAL 5160 4994 4456 3581 3462 3336 3252 3221 3076 3020

YDS/G 125.9 135.0 123.8 87.3 101.8 87.8 95.6 92.0 76.9 111.9

Rank Name 1. Ricke Stonewall, 1981-84 2. Brad Heim, 1990-93 3. Andy Ryzewski, 1997-2000 4. Luke Hadfield, 1986-89 5. Kevin Cannon, 1992-95 6. Ron Porter, 1988-92 Mike Squires, 1973-75 Juan Jones, 2003-05 9. Mike McFetridge, 1995-98 Sean Scott, 1997-2000

G 41 40 40 40 37 33 27 23 40 38

SCORING TD 44 0 0 0 35 28 28 27 27 27

PAT 0 115-124 132-148 121-130 0 0 0 0 0 0

2-PT 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

FG 0 39-64 28-48 31-56 0 0 0 0 0 0

PTS 264 232 218 214 212 168 168 168 162 162

All-Time Team Records Most First Downs Game 34 vs. Cheyney, 1969 vs. S. Connecticut, 1989 Season 233, 1995 Rushing 144, 1981 Passing 142, 1998 Penalty 26, 1991 Most Rushing Attempts Season 590, 1981 Most Yards Rushing Season 3,826, 1981 Most Yards Lost Rushing Season 498, 1987 Most Net Yards Rushing Game *559 vs. Bloomsburg, 1981 Season 3,552, 1981 Best Net Rushing Average Season 322.9, 1981 Most Passes Attempted Game 67 vs. Bloomsburg, 1991 Season 404, 2001 Most Passes Completed Game 35 vs. Slippery Rock, 2003 Season 238, 2004 Most Passes Had Intercepted Season 24, 1991 Best Completion Percentage (min 10 att.) Game 1.000 vs. Cheyney, 2006 (12/12) Season .662, 1998 (227/343) Most Net Yards Passing Game 458 vs. Kutztown, 1999 Season 3,131, 1998 Best Net Passing Average Season 313.1, 1998

Most Total Offensive Plays Game 98 vs. East Stroudsburg, 1992 Season 795, 2001 Most Total Offensive Yards Game 629 vs. Delaware Valley, 1963 Season 4,605, 1995 Best Total Offensive Average Season 460.5, 1995 Highest Average Gain Per Play Season 6.34, 1999 Most Touchdowns Game 9 vs. Bloomsburg, 1981 vs. Mansfield, 1996 vs. Cheyney, 1998 Most Touchdowns Rushing Game 8 vs. Bloomsburg, 1981 vs. Mansfield, 1996 Season 43, 1981 Most Touchdowns Passing Game 6 vs. Salisbury State, 1979 vs. East Stroudsburg, 1999 Season 30, 1998 Most Points Game 83 vs. Columbia All-Scholastics, 1911 72 vs. Bloomsburg, 1981 Season 368, 1981 Highest Per Game Scoring Average Season 35.3, 1995 Most Field Goals Season 12, 1992 & 2000 Most Points After Touchdowns Game 9 vs. Bloomsburg, 1981 vs. Mansfield, 1996 vs. Cheyney, 1998 Season 42, 1981

Most Two-Point Conversions Made Game 3 vs. S. Connecticut, 1989 vs. East Stroudsburg, 2003 Season 6, 1989 Most Fumbles Season 46, 1980 Most Fumbles Lost Season 27, 1979 Most Fumble Recoveries Season 26, 1974 Most Interceptions Game 7 vs. Cheyney, 1984 Season 27, 1988 Most Interception Yards Season 429, 1990 (incl. intercepted fumble return yds.) Most Turnovers Season 42, 1974 Most Penalties Game 18 vs. Bloomsburg, 1987 Season 102, 1995 Most Penalty Yards Game 161 vs. Mansfield, 1993 Season 950, 19995 Most Punts Season 70, 1987 Most Punting Yards Season 2,434, 19990 Best Net Punting Average Season 39.6, 1979 Most Punt Returns Season 37, 1977

Most Punt Return Yards Season 487, 1979 Most Kickoff Returns Season 52, 2004 Most Kickoff Return Yards Season 1,048, 2004 Most Solo Tackles Season 623, 1994 Most Assisted Tackles Season 880, 1981 Most Quarterback Sacks Season 54, 1979 Lowest Rushing Defensive Average Season 51.1, 1986 Lowest Passing Defensive Average Season 60.0, 1973 Most Defensive Touchdowns Season 6, 1994 & 2003 Most Victories Season 10, 1988 Most Defeats Season 8, 1913 & 2001 Most Ties Season 3, 1921 & 1931 Best Third Down Containment Season .760, 1995 Best Fourth Down Containment Season .857, 1995 *PSAC record

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All-Time Results 1889 (2-1) MSNS 0 F & M 5 MSNS 22 York Collegiate Inst. 0 MSNS 32 York Collegiate Inst. 0 1890 (1-1-1) MSNS Gettysburg MSNS F & M MSNS 0 F & M Reserves 0 1891--NO COMPETITION 1892 (1-1) MSNS 0 F & M 22 MSNS 36 Lancaster YMCA 0 1893 (2-1) MSNS 20 Lancaster All-Stars 0 MSNS 8 College & High School 5 MSNS 0 Columbia 4 1894 (5-1) MSNS 34 Ephrata HS 0 MSNS 0 York HS 8 MSNS 46 Lancaster Red Roses 0 MSNS 10 F & M Reserves 0 MSNS 6 F & M 0 MSNS 16 Columbia Olympic Club 0 1895 (2-1) MSNS 6 Lancaster HS 9 MSNS 6 Columbia HS 0 MSNS 12 Village Team 0 1896 (2-1) MSNS 0 Columbia Olympic Club 6 MSNS 32 Lancaster AC 4 MSNS 56 Lititz HS 0 1897--NO COMPETITION 1898 (4-1) MSNS 6 Millersville HS 0 MSNS 11 Carlton AA 0 MSNS 11 Rossmere 0 MSNS 0 F & M 5 MSNS 6 Alumni 0 1899 (4-1-1) MSNS 15 Lancaster HS 0 MSNS 0 Carlton AA 0 MSNS 5 Rossmere 0 MSNS 5 Alumni 0 MSNS 0 F & M Reserves 11 MSNS 6 Lancaster AC 0 1900 (1-1-1) MSNS 0 Tigers 0 MSNS 11 Rossmere 0 MSNS 0 Alumni 11 1901 (6-3) MSNS 6 Hamilton AC 0 MSNS 11 Olympics 0 MSNS 16 MSNS Reserves 0 MSNS 5 York Collegiate Inst. 6 MSNS 11 Harrisburg HS 0 MSNS 40 York Collegiate Inst. 0 MSNS 5 Columbia AC 6 MSNS 29 Alumni 0 MSNS 0 Tome Institute 11

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1905--NO COMPETITION Head Coach Charles D. Cooper 1906 (4-1-2) MSNS 0 Lancaster AC MSNS 0 York HS MSNS 24 Allentown Prep MSNS 17 Baltimore City College MSNS 11 Harrisburg HS MSNS 5 Alumni MSNS 5 Muhlenberg 1907 (6-0-1) MSNS 5 Patrick’s Business Coll. MSNS 6 Williamson Trade MSNS 16 Alumni MSNS 10 Baltimore City College MSNS 0 Baltimore Polytechnic MSNS 34 Pa. Institute for Deaf MSNS 14 Susquehanna AA 1908 (6-1-1) MSNS 6 Susquehanna AA MSNS 12 Bucknell Reserves MSNS 5 Bucknell Reserves MSNS 5 Allentown Prep MSNS 5 Lancaster AC MSNS 5 Baltimore Polytechnic MSNS 11 Baltimre City College MSNS 5 Middletown AC 1909 (4-2-2) MSNS 15 Lancaster HS MSNS 0 F & M MSNS 6 Patrick’s Business Coll. MSNS 5 F & M MSNS 15 St. John’s College MSNS 0 Susquehanna MSNS 21 Baltimore Polytechnic MSNS 8 Navy Plebes

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1910 (6-1-1) MSNS 17 Lafayette AC 0 MSNS 83 Columbia All-Scholastics 0 MSNS 0 F & M Reserves 0 MSNS 10 Middletown AC 0 MSNS 25 Hershey YMCA 2 MSNS 23 Carlisle Indian Reserves 0 MSNS 30 Maytown 0 MSNS 0 Navy Plebes 12 Head Coach: A.M. Cottrell 1911 (0-2) MSNS 11 Mount St. Mary’s MSNS 0 Navy

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Head Coach: Harold Zimmerman 1912 (3-2-2) MSNS 15 Stevens Trade 0 MSNS 0 F & M Reserves 0 MSNS 6 Conway Hall 35 MSNS 10 Stevens Trade 6 MSNS 14 Allentown Prep 0 MSNS 7 F & M Reserves 7 MSNS 3 Lebanon Valley 39 1913 (0-8) MSNS 6 Stevens Trade 7 MSNS 0 F & M Reserves 20 MSNS 0 Lancaster HS 7 MSNS 0 Conway Hall 13 MSNS 0 F & M Reserves 34 MSNS 0 Harrisburg Tech 23 MSNS 6 Tome Institute 41 MSNS 0 Stevens Trade 33 Head Coach: Dennis A. Sharkey 1914 (1-6-1) MSNS 20 Stevens Trade 0 MSNS 6 Conway Hall 26 MSNS 0 F & M Reserves 13 MSNS 0 Gettysburg Reserves 0 MSNS 0 Lancaster HS 12 MSNS 6 Tome Institute 38 MSNS 0 F & M Reserves 3 MSNS 13 Stevens Trade 27 1915 ( 2-4) MSNS 13 F & M Reserves 8 MSNS 0 Gettysburg Reserves 20 MSNS 7 Lebanon Valley Reserves 19 MSNS 0 F & M Reserves 7 MSNS 6 Conway Hall 40 MSNS 26 Schuylkill Seminary 0 1916 (2-5-1) MSNS 0 Lancaster HS 6 MSNS 0 Bloomsburg 42 MSNS 0 Lancaster HS 23 MSNS 0 Conway Hall 26 MSNS 0 Shippensburg 16 MSNS 0 Lebanon Valley Reserves 0 MSNS 20 Carson Long Institute 0 MSNS 23 Stevens Trade 0

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Head Coach: Rev. Hartman 1918 (2-3) MSNS 0 Stevens Trade MSNS 0 Lebanon HS MSNS 27 Steelton HS MSNS 0 Stevens Trade MSNS 23 Tarsus Gymnastic Sch.

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Head Coach: Gordan Granger 1919 (1-4-1) MSNS 10 Mount Joy MSNS 0 Stevens Trade MSNS 0 F & M Reserves MSNS 13 F & M MSNS 0 Stevens Trade MSNS 0 Bloomsburg

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Head Coach Paul B. Kehs 1920 (3-4) MSNS 14 Lancaster HS MSNS 6 F & M MSNS 21 Shippensburg MSNS 13 Stevens Trade MSNS 27 Bloomsburg MSNS 13 York HS MSNS 21 Dickinson Reserves 1921 (2-1-3) MSNS 7 F & M MSNS 34 Stevens Trade MSNS 0 Bloomsburg MSNS 7 York HS MSNS 7 Shippensburg MSNS 38 West Chester 1922 (1-6) MSNS 0 York HS MSNS 6 Stevens Trade MSNS 0 F & M MSNS 0 Bloomsburg MSNS 6 Shippensburg MSNS 0 West Chester MSNS 0 Steelton HS

Head Coach: Philip D. Aines 1923 (3-3-1) MSNS 13 Stevens Trade 7 W MSNS 52 Beckley Business Col. 0 W MSNS 0 York HS 27 L MSNS 27 Shippensburg 0 W MSNS 13 Lebanon Valley Res. 13 T MSNS 0 West Chester 38 L MSNS 6 Steelton HS 8 L

All-Time Results 1924 (3-4) MSNS 33 MSNS 39 MSNS 6 MSNS 13 MSNS 0 MSNS 3 MSNS 7

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Head Coach: John A. Pucillo 1925 (2-4-1) MSNS 0 Lancaster HS MSNS 10 Beckley Business Col. MSNS 0 Stevens Trade MSNS 0 F & M MSNS 0 Shippensburg MSNS 0 West Chester MSNS 7 Kutztown 1926 (0-5) MSNS 0 Stevens Trade MSNS 0 Beckley Business Col. MSNS 0 F & M MSNS 0 Shippensburg MSNS 0 West Chester 1927 (3-4) MSNS 0 York HS MSNS 13 Kutztown MSNS 28 Stevens Trade MSNS 0 Beckley Business Col. MSNS 6 F & M MSNS 0 Shippensburg MSNS 0 West Chester 1928 (3-4-1) MSTC 31 Patton Trade MSTC 6 Lock Haven MSTC 18 Elizabethtown MSTC 0 F & M MSTC 0 Beckley Business Col. MSTC 12 Kutztown MSTC 0 West Chester MSTC 0 Shippensburg 1929 (4-1-2) MSTC 9 Beckley Business Col. MSTC 14 Clarion MSTC 6 F & M Reserves MSTC 12 Lock Haven MSTC 6 Kutztown MSTC 0 West Chester MSTC 7 Shippensburg Head Coach: Francis Johnson 1930 (1-5-1) MSTC 6 California (Pa.) MSTC 8 Clarion MSTC 0 Bloomsburg MSTC 0 Lock Haven MSTC 7 Kutztown MSTC 0 West Chester MSTC 0 Shippensburg

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1931 (1-4-3) MSTC 6 California (Pa.) MSTC 0 Mansfield MSTC 7 Bloomsburg MSTC 14 Lock Haven MSTC 6 Carlisle Army Med Sch. MSTC 13 Kutztown MSTC 6 Shippensburg MSTC 8 West Chester

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Head Coach: John A. Pucillo 1933(4-2) MSTC 6 Bloomsburg MSTC 0 Lock Haven MSTC 13 Montclair State MSTC 18 Kutztown MSTC 12 Shippensburg MSTC 0 West Chester 1934 (1-5-1) MSTC 0 Bloomsburg MSTC 0 California (Pa.) MSTC 6 Montclair State MSTC 0 Mansfield MSTC 12 Kutztown MSTC 0 Shippensburg MSTC 0 West Chester 1935(2-4) MSTC 0 Bloomsburg MSTC 7 Mansfield MSTC 6 California (Pa.) MSTC 0 Montclair State MSTC 13 Howard MSTC 0 Shippensburg 1936(3-4) MSTC 9 Bloomsburg MSTC 7 California (Pa.) MSTC 16 Montclair State MSTC 0 Mansfield MSTC 6 Shippensburg MSTC 34 Howard MSTC 7 Kutztown

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Head Coach: Marino Intreri 1937 (3-4) MSTC 6 Bloomsburg MSTC 7 Montclair State MSTC 0 Mansfield MSTC 28 Trenton State MSTC 0 Shippensburg MSTC 20 Howard MSTC 0 Kutztown

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Head Coach: Ivan Stehman 1938 (2-4-2) MSTC 0 Bloomsburg 0 MSTC 0 Slippery Rock 0 MSTC 0 Montclair State 10 MSTC 2 Mansfield 28 MSTC 21 Trenton State 7 MSTC 0 Shippensburg 13 MSTC 13 Shepherd 6 MSTC 6 Kutztown 7 1939 (2-5) MSTC 19 Bloomsburg 7 MSTC 0 Slippery Rock 38 MSTC 6 Montclair State 18 MSTC 6 Mansfield 12 MSTC 6 Shepherd 0 MSTC 19 Shippensburg 20 MSTC 0 Kutztown 21 1940 (7-0) MSTC 12 Bloomsburg 0 MSTC 34 Shepherd 0 MSTC 21 Montclair State 6 MSTC 20 Mansfield 6 MSTC 20 Blue Ridge 6 MSTC 27 Shippensburg 7 MSTC 32 Kutztown 0 1941 (4-2) MSTC 13 Montclair State 14 MSTC 16 Mansfield 0 MSTC 26 Shepherd 6 MSTC 7 Shippensburg 0 MSTC 33 Kutztown 0 MSTC 13 Albright 26 1942 through 1945-NO COMPETITION (World War II) Head Coach: John Fischer 1946 (3-3) MSTC 7 Mansfield MSTC 13 Lock Haven MSTC 13 Bloomsburg MSTC 27 Shippensburg MSTC 0 Kutztown MSTC 0 West Chester 1947 (2-5-1) MSTC 20 Albright MSTC 0 Mansfield MSTC 0 Lock Haven MSTC 0 Bloomsburg MSTC 19 Rider MSTC 0 Shippensburg MSTC 6 Kutztown MSTC 0 West Chester 1948 (1-7) MSTC 7 East Stroudsburg MSTC 0 Shippensburg MSTC 25 Lock Haven MSTC 12 Bloomsburg MSTC 6 Rider MSTC 13 West Chester MSTC 14 Kutztown MSTC 13 California (Pa.)

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1963 (5-3) MSC 0 Randolph-Macon MSC 13 Kutztown MSC 6 West Chester MSC 19 Mansfield MSC 6 Bloomsburg MSC 13 East Stroudsburg MSC 38 Cheyney MSC 49 Delaware Valley 1964 (3-4-1) MSC 21 Delaware Valley MSC 0 Kutztown MSC 6 West Chester MSC 14 Mansfield MSC 6 Bloomsburg MSC 12 East Stroudsburg MSC 26 Cheyney MSC 12 Hampden-Sydney 1965 (4-4) MSC 41 Glassboro State MSC 19 Kutztown MSC 14 West Chester MSC 0 Mansfield MSC 27 Bloomsburg MSC 6 East Stroudsburg MSC 26 Cheyney MSC 26 Brockport State 1966 (4-5) MSC 13 Clarion MSC 7 Glassboro State MSC 26 Kutztown MSC 6 West Chester MSC 6 Mansfield MSC 19 Bloomsburg MSC 21 East Stroudsburg MSC 14 Cheyney MSC 22 Curry 1967 (3-6) MSC 25 Clarion MSC 13 Randolph-Macon MSC 26 Kutztown MSC 6 West Chester MSC 13 Mansfield MSC 19 Bloomsburg MSC 8 East Stroudsburg MSC 38 Cheyney MSC 53 Curry 1968 (2-5-1) MSC 15 Randolph-Macon MSC 7 Kutztown MSC 7 West Chester MSC 7 Mansfield MSC 21 Bloomsburg MSC 21 East Stroudsburg MSC 1 Cheyney (forfeit) MSC 6 Shippensburg 1969 (2-7) MSC 27 MSC 18 MSC 12 MSC 16 MSC 7 MSC 14 MSC 14 MSC 10 MSC 44

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Lehigh California (Pa.) Kutztown West Chester Mansfield Bloomsburg East Stroudsburg Cheyney Shippensburg

27 6 17 12 13 9 28 6 14

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

1976 (6-3) MSC 17 MSC 35 MSC 14 MSC 32 MSC 20 MSC 13 MSC 10 MSC 34 MSC 29 1977 (8-2) MSC 7 MSC 35 MSC 34 MSC 28 MSC 35 MSC 28 MSC 34 MSC 48 MSC 24 MSC 24 1978 (6-3) MSC 24 MSC 22 MSC 13 MSC 27 MSC 33 MSC 7 MSC 0 MSC 0 MSC 35

Slippery Rock Kutztown West Chester Mansfield Bloomsburg East Stroudsburg Cheyney Washington & Lee Brockport State

28 27 43 0 14 20 6 12 20

L W L W W L W W W

Westminster Slippery Rock Kutztown West Chester Mansfield Bloomsburg East Stroudsburg Cheyney Edinboro Clarion (State Game)

28 0 32 7 6 21 8 0 12 25

L W W W W W W W W L

Westminster Edinboro Kutztown West Chester Mansfield Bloomsburg East Stroudsburg Cheyney Salisbury State

10 20 7 0 0 10 24 17 26

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1979 (8-2) MSC 48 Fordham 7 MSC 17 Edinboro 6 MSC 28 Kutztown 24 MSC 28 West Chester 3 MSC 17 Mansfield 0 MSC 27 Bloomsburg 7 MSC 7 East Stroudsburg 12 MSC 36 Cheyney 6 MSC 63 Salisbury State 10 MSC 14 Wittenberg (NCAA-III) 21 1980 (6-2-1) MSC 14 New York Tech 14 MSC 0 Edinboro 28 MSC 0 Kutztown 19 MSC 14 West Chester 13 MSC 38 Mansfield 7 MSC 42 Bloomsburg 15 MSC 14 East Stroudsburg 7 MSC 28 Cheyney 7 MSC 40 Salisbury State 33 1981 (8-3) MSC 20 Towson State 42 MSC 20 Slippery Rock 12 MSC 50 Kutztown 7 MSC 41 West Chester 15 MSC 25 Mansfield 21 MSC 72 Bloomsburg 0 MSC 31 East Stroudsburg 0 MSC 55 Cheyney 19 MSC 7 Lehigh 40 MSC 27 Central Florida 9 MSC 17 Shippensburg (State Game) 34

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All-Time Results 1982 (5-4-1) MSC 3 Shepherd MSC 14 Savannah State MSC 13 Kutztown MSC 17 West Chester MSC 27 Mansfield MSC 24 Bloomsburg MSC 9 East Stroudsburg MSC 30 Cheyney MSC 17 Slippery Rock MSC 36 New Haven 1983 (4-6) MU 14 Shepherd MU 27 Slippery Rock MU 20 Kutztown MU 16 West Chester MU 21 Mansfield MU 14 Bloomsburg MU 12 East Stroudsburg MU 20 Cheyney MU 7 Towson State MU 28 New Haven 1984 (6-3-1) MU 10 Shepherd MU 16 Slippery Rock MU 38 Cheyney MU 7 Mansfield MU 31 Shippensburg MU 22 Bloomsburg MU 21 Kutztown MU 29 West Chester MU 28 East Stroudsburg MU 46 New Haven 1985 (8-2) MU 28 Shepherd MU 28 Cntrl. Connecticut MU 34 Cheyney MU 24 Mansfield MU 30 Shippensburg MU 17 Bloomsburg MU 7 Kutztown MU 17 West Chester MU 32 East Stroudsburg MU 22 New Haven 1986 (9-1) MU 55 Glenville State MU 35 Cntrl. Connecticut MU 20 East Stroudsburg MU 42 Cheyney MU 37 Mansfield MU 19 California (Pa.) MU 36 Bloomsburg MU 38 Kutztown MU 24 Shepherd MU 3 West Chester 1987 (7-3) MU 38 Shepherd MU 27 S. Connecticut MU 31 East Stroudsburg MU 3 Cheyney MU 3 Mansfield MU 14 California (Pa.) MU 33 Bloomsburg MU 17 Kutztown MU 8 West Chester MU 22 Shippensburg

3 17 10 40 10 14 25 20 20 14 37 28 6 10 10 22 34 21 45 8

L L W W W L L L L W

20 17 0 7 8 15 9 34 22 7

L L W T W W W L W W

3 12 20 3 8 28 3 21 12 21

W W W W W L W L W W

13 7 3 16 0 10 3 14 21 7

W W W W W W W W W L

24 16 27 0 13 31 21 12 44 9

W W W W L L W W L W

T L W L W W L W L W

1988 (10-2) MU 21 Shepherd 16 W MU 31 S. Connecticut 3 W MU 17 West Chester 15 W MU 14 East Stroudsburg 13 W MU 28 Cheyney 6 W MU 34 Mansfield 21 W MU 29 Slippery Rock 34 L MU 51 Bloomsburg 17 W MU 59 Kutztown 12 W MU 21 Shippensburg 17 W MU 27 Indiana (Pa.) (NCAA-II) 24 W MU 26 N. Dakota St. (NCAA-II) 36 L 1989 (6-4) MU 31 Shepherd 7 W MU 41 S. Connecticut 43 L MU 0 Shippensburg 24 L MU 7 East Stroudsburg 19 L MU 21 Cheyney 13 W MU 42 Mansfield 21 W MU 27 Slippery Rock 24 W MU 22 Bloomsburg 33 L MU 59 Kutztown 31 W MU 30 West Chester 29 W 1990 (7-3) MU 24 Shepherd 28 L MU 35 S. Connecticut 14 W MU 27 Kutztown 17 W MU 24 West Chester 17 W MU 22 East Stroudsburg 14 W MU 52 Cheyney 18 W MU 28 Mansfield 20 W MU 0 Indiana (Pa.), Pa. 38 L MU 40 Bloomsburg 35 W MU 10 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 26 L 1991 (4-5-1) MU 30 Shepherd 20 W MU 34 Norfolk State 16 W MU 45 Kutztown 36 W MU 3 West Chester 12 L MU 17 East Stroudsburg 17 T MU 42 Cheyney 32 W MU 30 Mansfield 31 L MU 0 Indiana (Pa.), Pa. 47 L MU 17 Bloomsburg 24 L MU 6 Central Florida 52 L 1992 (7-3) MU 17 Shepherd 9 W MU 31 Am. International 6 W MU 35 Shippensburg 10 W MU 48 Bloomsburg 12 W MU 23 Kutztown 21 W MU 27 West Chester 38 L MU 13 East Stroudsburg 20 L MU 38 Cheyney 0 W MU 27 Mansfield 14 W MU 12 Edinboro 36 L

1993 (8-2) MU 38 Shepherd MU 30 Am. International MU 14 Shippensburg MU 26 Bloomsburg MU 41 Kutztown MU 14 West Chester MU 20 East Stroudsburg MU 51 Cheyney MU 32 Mansfield MU 27 Edinboro 1994 (8-2) MU 45 Shepherd MU 32 Am. International MU 31 Shippensburg MU 40 Clarion MU 20 Bloomsburg MU 7 Kutztown MU 21 West Chester MU 21 East Stroudsburg MU 56 Cheyney MU 22 Mansfield 1995 (9-1-1) MU 59 Shepherd MU 39 Am. International MU 20 Shippensburg MU 41 Clarion MU 28 Bloomsburg MU 21 Kutztown MU 31 West Chester MU 19 East Stroudsburg MU 54 Cheyney MU 41 Mansfield MU 26 Ferris State (NCAA-II) 1996 (6-4) MU 17 Lafayette MU 8 New Haven MU 34 Shippensburg MU 63 Mansfield MU 34 Lock Haven MU 17 Bloomsburg MU 16 Kutztown MU 20 West Chester MU 49 East Stroudsburg MU 32 Cheyney 1997 (7-3) MU 31 Clarion MU 10 New Haven MU 37 Shippensburg MU 42 Mansfield MU 21 Lock Haven MU 8 Bloomsburg MU 21 Kutztown MU 21 West Chester MU 47 East Stroudsburg MU 39 Cheyney 1998 (8-2) MU 31 Clarion MU 19 New Haven MU 42 Edinboro MU 37 Mansfield MU 30 Bloomsburg MU 14 Indiana (Pa.) MU 34 West Chester MU 42 Kutztown MU 38 East Stroudsburg MU 63 Cheyney

14 10 16 0 7 10 7 6 8 52

W W L W W W W W W L

11 6 14 27 15 12 28 9 12 15

W W W W W L L W W W

7 0 3 35 28 20 12 14 0 20 36

W W W W T W W W W W L

29 22 29 7 12 21 13 23 16 7

L L W W W L W L W W

25 53 27 6 6 24 24 7 13 14

W L W W W L L W W W

38 18 7 13 0 21 31 14 35 0

L W W W W L W W W W

1999 (9-3) MU 41 Bowie State 0 W MU 35 New Haven 38 L MU 20 Edinboro 10 W MU 42 Mansfield 25 W MU 31 Bloomsburg 21 W MU 10 Indiana (Pa.) 9 W MU 35 West Chester 40 L MU 35 Kutztown 28 W MU 54 East Stroudsburg 29 W MU 48 Cheyney 18 W MU 21 Shepherd (NCAA-II) 14 W MU 21 Indiana (Pa.) (NCAA-II) 26 L 2000 (6-4) MU 14 Villanova 51 L MU 27 Shippensburg 19 W MU 38 Kutztown 30 W MU 33 E. Stroudsburg OT 26 W MU 44 Cheyney 7 W MU 32 Mansfield 7 W MU 6 West Chester 0 W MU 20 Bloomsburg 21 L MU 6 Slippery Rock 29 L MU 10 Indiana (Pa.) 21 L Head Coach: Kevin Kiesel 2001 (3-8) MU 19 Rowan 51 L MU 19 Delaware State 27 L MU 7 Shippensburg 17 L MU 18 Kutztown 20 L MU 10 East Stroudsburg 42 L MU 60 Cheyney 26 W MU 32 Mansfield 30 W MU 21 West Chester OT 24 L MU 13 Bloomsburg 42 L MU 3 Slippery Rock 21 L MU 30 Indiana (Pa.) 26 W 2002 (3-7) MU 3 Rowan 17 L MU 3 Clarion 24 L MU 16 Indiana (Pa.) 43 L MU 6 Mansfield 12 L MU 26 Bloomsburg 49 L MU 9 Slippery Rock 33 L MU 10 Kutztown 9 W MU 26 East Stroudsburg 7 L MU 31 West Chester 24 W MU 49 Cheyney 0 W 2003 (4-7) MU 27 Glenville State 25 W MU 13 ClarionOT 10 W MU 13 Bowie StateOT 7 W MU 13 Indiana (Pa.) 35 L MU 27 Mansfield 39 L MU 7 Bloomsburg 50 L MU 18 Slippery Rock 28 L MU 0 Kutztown 17 L MU 24 East Stroudsburg 28 L MU 3 West Chester 19 L MU 39 Cheyney 0 W

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All-Time Results 2004 (5-5) MU 19 MU 34 MU 27 MU 17 MU 38 MU 16 MU 17 MU 38 MU 35 MU 20

Indiana (Pa.) 27 Glenville State 31 Shippensburg 49 East Stroudsburg 54 Cheyney 0 West Chester 31 Slippery Rock 14 Kutztown 37 Mansfield 14 Bloomsburg 23

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Head Coach: Joe Trainer 2005 (5-6) MU 28 Indiana (Pa.) 9 MU 21 Glenville State 20 MU 6 Delaware State 38 MU 17 Shippensburg 23 MU 13 East Stroudsburg 17 MU 31 Cheyney 7 MU 7 West Chester 27 MU 15 Slippery Rock 21 MU 23 Kutztown 20 MU 31 Mansfield 14 MU 28 Bloomsburg 42

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2006 (5-6) MU 7 MU 22 MU 35 MU 17 MU 45 MU 30 MU 27 MU 0 MU 16 MU 48 MU 41

Shepherd Slippery Rock Lock Haven Indiana (Pa.) Kutztown East Stroudsburg West Chester California (Pa.) Bloomsburg Cheyney Mansfield

28 L 27 L 0 W 14 W 17 W 19 L 54 L 41 L 28 L 12 W 0 W

2007 (3-8) MU 7 MU 5 MU 19 MU 0 MU 36 MU 14 MU 14 MU 28 MU 16 MU 10 MU 23

Shepherd Slippery Rock Lock Haven Indiana (Pa.) East Stroudsburg West Chester Shippensburg Bloomsburg Cheyney Bentley Kutztown

36 L 21 L 10 W 45 L 24 W 42 L 23 L 42 L 0 W 17 L 26 L

All-Time Postseason Results 1977 - PSAC Championship at Millersville, Pa.

Team Clarion MU

Q1 8 3

Q2 0 7

Q3 7 14

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Record 2-0 2-0 2-0 3-0 2-1 2-1 2-1 1-0 1-1 2-0 2-0 1-1

Pct. 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .667 .667 .667 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000 .500

Final 25 24

1979 - NCAA-III 1st Round at Millersville, Pa.

Team Q1 Wittenberg 7 MU 0

Q2 6 14

Q3 8 0

Q4 0 0

Final 21 14

Q2 13 3

Q3 7 0

Q4 7 7

Final 7 17

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Team MU IUP

Q1 17 0

Q2 0 14

Q3 0 10

Q4 10 0

1988 - NCAA-II Quarterfinal at Fargo, N.D.

Team Q1 MU 3 N.D. State 0

Final 27 24

Q2 17 7

Q3 0 7

Q4 6 22

Q1

Q2 7 0

Q3 0 9

Q4 Final 13 21

Record 2-3 4-1 1-2-1 5-0 4-1 3-1 1-3 5-1 3-1 5-1 3-0 5-2 1-2-1 2-3 4-1 5-0 4-1 4-1 4-1

Pct. .400 .800 .375 1.000 .800 .750 .250 .833 .750 .833 1.000 .714 .375 .400 .800 1.000 .800 .800 .800

Year 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Totals

Year 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Totals

Q2 6 7

Q3 0 7

Q4 8 0

Pct. 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 -.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .500 .000 .767

Q1 7 0

Q2 3 14

Q3 0 0

Q4 16 7

Record 4-1 4-1 3-1-1 3-2 4-1 4-1 5-0 2-3 4-1 5-0 6-1 4-1 1-4 2-3 2-3 3-2 2-2 2-4 1-4 126-60-3

Pct. .800 .800 .700 .600 .800 .800 1.000 .400 .800 1.000 .857 .800 .200 .400 .400 .600 .500 .333 .200 .677

Longest Unbeaten Streak: 13 Games, 1907-08 (11-0) 13 Games, 1994-95 (12-0-1) Longest Winning Streak: 1 2 Games, 1997-99 Longest Winless Streak: 1 2 Games, 1949-50 (0-12) Longest Losing Streak: 1 2 Games, 1948-50 Longest Regular Season Home Win Streak: 15, 1997-2000 Longest Home Win Streak (Overall): 12, 1997-99 Longest Winning Streak vs. One Team: 24 vs. Cheyney, 1984-2007 Longest Unbeaten Streak vs. One Team: 24 vs. Cheyney, 1984-2007 Longest Losing Streak vs. One Team 41: vs. West Chester, 1922-74

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1999 - NCAA-II Quarterfinal at Millersville, Pa.

Team IUP MU

Miscellaneous Record 2-0 2-0 1-0 2-0 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 2-2 0-1 33-10

26 36

1999 - NCAA-II 1st Round at Millersville, Pa.

Team Q1 Shepherd 0 MU 7

Millersville at Biemesderfer Stadium Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988

Final 26 36

1995 - NCAA-II 1st Round at Big Rapids, Mich.

Team

MU 6 Ferris State 6

1981- PSAC Championship at Millersville, Pa.

Team Q1 Shippensburg MU 7

Millersville in Night Games Year 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

Q4 10 0

Final 26 21

All-PSAC Honors Year 1952 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974

Player Position Pasquale D’Amico QB Joe Fizzano TE Joe Tate E Ed Bealer Ed Schmalhofer Joe Tate E Walt Price FB Steve Bednar HB Carl Roszkowski John Paulik T Carl Roszkowski Bernie Santaniello, Jr. Joe Boccabella C Bob Mesaros FB Bud Ortman DB John Rylke LB John Bowman DB Dick Cleary DT Jim DiCocco LB Roger Bauer DE Gary Collins QB Frank Antes Frank Grabowski John Bowman DB Roger Bauer DE Joe Lelinski C Rich Gloecker DE Dick Cleary DT Ray Kaspar DB Ralph Batty DE Karl Bivans OG Ray Garganes LB Larry Hawkey DB Ralph Batty DE Bob Young NG Ralph Batty DE Joe Malone C Mike Panarella DT Mike Ortman FB Carl Brown TE Bill Herschell DB Steve Kotch NG Carl Brown TE Steve Schaufert FB Tom Coombs OT Joe Irwin DT Jim Ketner DB Rich Riskie LB Pat Barnett PK Mike Burke QB Tom Coombs OT Joe Irwin DT Doug Lyons WR Joe Miller DB Tim Toomey TE Greg Meyers LB Mike Squires TB Barry Brunner PK Rick Fidler NG Greg Meyers LB Mark Rigby OT Steve Schaufert TB Mike Squires WR Mike Burke QB Larry Bowe DT

Team 1st 2nd 2nd HM HM 2nd HM HM HM HM HM 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd HM HM HM 2nd 2nd HM HM HM HM 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd

Year 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980

Player Position Rick Comegy DB Scott Madera C Mark Rigby OG Harold Getz DT Greg Meyers LB Bob Parr DB Bill Salter SE Bob Ulrich WR Bob Hill TE Carmen Lex QB Jeff May P Pete Mielnik PK Mike Squires RB Dave Rieck OG Frank Daly WR John Toomey TE Bob Parr DB Barry Brunner PK Palmer Hossler LB Carmen Lex QB Jeff May P Barry Brunner PK Chuck Bachert LB Gerry Hoff C Don Humphrey SE Carmen Lex QB Mike Marcks NG Bob Parr DB George Rule P John Toomey TE Aaron Wyley WR Gordon Speicher RB Ricke Griffe RB Andy Mussleman DT Robb Riddick DB Chris Ciatto LB Don Humphrey FL Will Lewis DB Mike Marcks NG Robb RIddick DB Mark Udovich C Aaron Wyley WR Chuck Bachert LB Rick Griffe RB Andy Musselman DT Chuck Bachert LB Steve Brown OG Mike Marcks NG Will Lewis DB Robb Riddick RB Mark Udovich C Aaron Wyley WR Mark Zeswitz PK Dave Havriliak TE Don Humphrey WR Cliff Meier DE Fabio Pini DB George Rule P Jamie Szczecinski QB Scott Baer OT Chris Ciatto LB Dav Havriliak TE Randy Reid DE Robb Riddick RB Patt Ross DB

Team 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st

Year 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986

Player Position George Rule P Mark Udovich C Jeff Jameson LB Brad Mangle DB Fabio Pini DB George Schmidt OG Steve Sudak NG Mark Zeswitz PK Moses Alston DB Scott Baer OT Andy Brubaker PK Bob Coyne RB Luther Roberts QB George Schmidt OG Ricke Stonewall RB Steve Sudak NG Mark Udovich C Pete Higgins OG Jeff Jameson LB John Pappas DT Andy Brubaker PK Pete Higgins OG Mark Scarnulis DE George Schmidt OG Scott Dilger LB Moses Alston DB Tony Elhajj OT Chris Hangen NG Ricke Stonewall RB Scott Worman DE Bob Coyne RB James Westmoreland WR Moses Alston DB Tony Elhajj OT Chris Hangen NG Ricke Stonewall RB Scott Worman DE Bob Coyne RB James Westmoreland WR Ed Aldrich OT Mike Gechter LB Chris Hangen DT Scott Sharp C Ricke Stonewall RB John Clemens DE Gregg Caplan QB John Clemens LB Chris Hangen DT David Mink PK Ed Aldrich OT Brian Hartline DE Dion Reed DB Mike Robinson TE Troy Smith FB Ed Aldrich OT Jeff A. Hannis DT Bob Markwith DE Steve Napier RB John Petrus LB T.J. Rudy DT Tony Yoas DB Brian Gladden P Luke Hadfield PK Dion Reed DB Scott Sharp C Roger Smith TE

Team 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd

Year 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

Player Position Luke Hadfield PK John Petrus LB Dion Reed DB Roger Smith TE Michael Brower DB Kyle Landis DE Steve Napier RB Harry Strawser NG T.J. Rudy DT Luke Hadfield PK John Petrus LB Roger Smith TE Scott Highley TB Chuck Bitsko OT Darren Rylas CB Hardy Stanley OT Kyle Landis DE Harry Strawser DT Mike Griffin DE Todd Van Horn OT Luke Hadfield PK Scott Highley TB Todd Van Horn OT Mark Painter OG Desi Washington FB/RS Darren Ryals CB Tim Cunningham C Scott Sorantino DT Todd Van Horn OT Tom Burns OG Ron Porter TB Ralph Maldonado LB Anthony Devine DB Robert Mims DB Tony Malatesta SE Chris Fagan QB Bill Burke TE Greg Faulkner OT Scott Sorantino DT Tim Naylor LB Bill Burke TE Tom Burns OG Steve Lyter DE Scott Martin DT Tim Naylor LB Chris Pelczarski SE Steve Saunders NG Chris Fagan QB Brad Heim PK Anthony Devine FS Greg Faulkner OT Jeff Figgs C Scott Martin DT Bobby Mims CB Tim Naylor LB Ron Porter TB Steve Saunders NG Rick Boyer LB Anthony Devine FS/SS Brad Heim PK Chris Pelczarski SE Chris Smith OG Jamah Williams FG Rick Boyer LB Deric Currie CB Marc DeBellis TB

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Player Position Team Greg Faulkner OT 1st Brad Heim PK 1st Jes Kaercher DE 1st Scott Martin DT 1st Chris Smith OG 1st Jeff Figgs C 2nd Bob Shipp DT 2nd Kevin Cannon FL/RS 1st Deric Currie CB 1st Dan Esposito FB 1st Joe Fimple SS 1st Mark Harman TE 1st Jes Kaercher DE 1st Shawn Landis LB 1st Chris Smith OG 1st Kevin Cannon WR/RS 1st Jamar Gordon DT 1st Mark Harman TE 1st Greg Moylan QB 1st Dale Reed SS 1st Tim Sorber OT 1st John Aument DE 2nd Rick Boyer LB 2nd Robert Drumwright CB 2nd Shawn Landis LB 2nd Chris Caserio LB 1st Robert Drumwright CB 1st Shawn Hershey OT 1st Dale Reed SS 1st Jamal Battle CB 2nd Jamar Gordon DT 2nd Gerald Mack FB 2nd Mike McFetridge WR/RS 2nd Greg Moylan QB 2nd Brady Myers FB 2nd Chris Wilson C 2nd Drew Folmar QB 1st Mike McFetridge WR 1st Chris Wilson C 1st Steve Reinoehl LB 1st Jamal Battle CB 1st Wade Fauntleroy FS 1st Alex Brown DE 2nd Joe Cannon DE 2nd Anthony Graham OG 2nd Davonne Mobley RB 2nd Andy Ryzewski PK 2nd Sean Scott WR 2nd Matt Doherty C 1st John Flamish RB 1st Drew Folmar QB 1st Chris Hemmert TE 1st Mike McFetridge WR 1st Andy Ryzewski PK 1st Jamal Battle CB 1st Dave Ibarra DE 1st Jim Jackominic DT 1st Lee Rizzotto LB 1st Sean Scott WR 2nd Shane Skennonto OG 2nd Joe Cannon DE 2nd Wade Fauntleroy FS 2nd Mike Zellner LB 2nd Sean Scott WR 1st Drew Folmar QB 1st John Flamish RB 1st

Year

Player

2000 2001 2002

Lee Rizzotto Wade Fauntleroy Gordon Cain Matt Doherty Nate Nace Shawn Foxworth Jon Bucher Dondre Gilliam Sean Scott Andy Ryzewski Jamaal Lee Mike Zellner Drew Folmar Matt Doherty John Flamish Terrance Trogdon Nick Reynolds Braden Steffy Terrance Trogdon Braden Steffy Alfa Jackson Calvin Everett Joe Hollister

Position

Team

Year

Player

LB DB DB LB OT WR DT WR/RS WR PK DT LB QB C RB RB DE FS RB DB WR RB LB

1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st

2003 2004 2005 2006

Braden Steffy Eric Engle Terrance Trogdon Braden Steffy Joe Mitskas Joe Hollister Bakari Brown Dan deBrauwere Eric Engle Andy Neupauer Ryan Clift Chuck Koch Chris Donati Kyle Hartman Juan Jones Chris Donati Marcus Banks Ryan Lymych Bradndon Shelton Jarrod Linn Marcus Banks

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Position DB DT DB DB DB LB RS DB OT WR WR DT LB P RB LB DB DL DB DL DB

Team

Year

Player

1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd

2007

Adam Cobb Jimmie Cotton Kevin Kershner Marcus Banks Brandon Shelton Sean Plunkett Brad Lantz Jarrod Linn

Position OT RS DL DB DB G RB DL

Team 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd

Offensive Player of the Year 1989 1998

Desi Washington Mike McFetridge

FB WR

Defensive Player of the Year 2004

Joe Hollister

LB

Rookie of the Year 1997 2007

Drew Folmar Jamal Smith

QB QB

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