EASTERN NEW MEXICO UNIVERSITY GREYHOUNDS 2010

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EASTERN NEW MEXICO UNIVERSITY GREYHOUNDS 2010
EASTERN NEW MEXICO UNIVERSITY GREYHOUNDS
2010 Weekly Press Release
Week #1: Eastern N.M (0-0) vs. N.M. Highlands (0-0)
Non-Conference Game
Saturday, September 3, 2011 • 7 p.m. MST
Greyhound Stadium (6,100) • Blackwater Draw
1991 Lone Star Conference Champions • Two LSC South Titles • 27 Winning Seasons
Greyhounds to Open Season
Against Cross-State Rival
At the Starting Line
The Eastern New Mexico University football team
will be opening the 2011 season at home against
New Mexico Highlands, from Las Vegas, N.M.. The
Cowboys compete in the Rocky Mountain Athletic
Conference. The teams have not met since September 13, 2003. ENMU has opened the season against
Highlands on eight occasions and won five of those
games.
Overall, the Greyhounds are 36-35 in season openers, and have won nine of their last 14. Last season,
the Hounds took a 59-21 decision from Southern
Nazarene.
In the 36 seasons they won their opening contest,
the Greyhounds have posted 25 winning seasons, nine
losing seasons, and a pair of .500 seasons. In contrast,
when Greyhounds dropped their season opener, they
have had 23 losing seasons, eight winning seasons,
and thee .500 seasons. ENMU has earned a tie in its
opener three times, with one winning season and two
losing seasons following.
Last Time in the Series
The Greyhounds are 30-10 against New Mexico
Highlands and have won the last three meetings, including a 45-14 decision at Greyhound Stadium, on September 13, 2003. Lee Price snapped a 7-all tie, 11 seconds into the second quarter, with a 25-yard field goal,
as the Hounds surged to a 24-7 lead. Eastern has outscored the Cowboys by an average 26.3-13.6 points
per game margin and posted a series best seven-game
win streak from 1983 through 1991, while dropping
consecutive games just once in the series (1992-93).
At home, the Greyhounds boast a 17-2 mark against
NMHU and have won by a 14-5 points per game margin.
Athletic Communications Contact Information
Adam Pitterman (575) 562-4309
Rachel Johnson (575) 562-2971
Daniel Jones
(575) 562-2971
[email protected]
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Websites
Goeasternathletics.com
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2011 Greyhounds Schedule
Wk.Day
1 Sat.
2 Sat.
3 Sat.
4 Sat.
5 Sat.
6 Sat.
7 Sat.
8 Sat.
9 Sat.
10 Sat.
11 Sat.
Date Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17
Sept. 24
Oct. 1
Oct. 8
Oct. 15
Oct. 22
Oct. 29
Nov. 5
Nov. 12
Opponent Site
Time (MST)
N.M. Highlands Greyhound Stadium
7 p.m.
*Incarnate Word
Benson Stadium
6 p.m.
Oklahoma Panhandle
Carl Wooten Stadium
6 p.m.
*Tarleton State
Greyhound Stadium
2 p.m.
*Angelo State
San Angelo Stadium
5 p.m.
*Abilene Christian (HC) Greyhound Stadium
2 p.m.
*Northwest Missouri St. Bearcat Stadium
12 p.m.
*West Texas A&M
Kimbrough Memorial
5 p.m.
*Midwestern State
Greyhound Stadium
2 p.m.
*TAMU-Commerce
Memorial Stadium
5 p.m.
#TAMU-Kingsville
Greyhound Stadium
1 p.m.
2010 Greyhounds Results (5-6/3-3)
Wk.Day
1 Sat.
2 Sat.
3 Sat.
4 Sat.
5 Sat.
6 Sat.
7 Sat.
8 Sat.
9 Sat.
10 Sat.
11 Sat.
Date Aug. 28 Sept. 4 Sept. 11
Sept. 25
Oct. 2
Oct. 9
Oct. 16
Oct. 23
Oct. 30
Nov. 6
Nov. 13
Opponent Site
Time (MST)
Southern Nazarene Greyhound Stadium W, 51-29
#Angelo State
San Angelo Stadium
L, 38-41
#Midwestern State
Greyhound Stadium L, 17-44
*TAMU-Commerce (HC)Greyhound Stadium W, 44-21
*SW Oklahoma State
Milam Field
L, 10-21
*Central Oklahoma
Greyhound Stadium W, 49-31
*East Central
Norris Field
L, 19-22
#Abilene Christian
Greyhound Stadium L, 14-53
*SE Oklahoma State
Greyhound Stadium W, 55-10
*Northeastern State
Wadley Stadium
L, 40-43 OT
#Tarleton State
Tarleton Memorial
W, 35-10
Inside the
Series (ENMU Leads Result
30-10)
Site Date 9/13/2003
9/14/2002
9/8/2001
9/9/2000
9/11/1999
9/12/1998
9/13/1997
9/7/1996
9/16/1995
9/3/1994
9/4/1993
9/5/1992
9/28/1991
9/22/1990
Greyhound Stadium
@Las Vegas, N.M.
Greyhound Stadium
@Las Vegas, N.M.
Greyhound Stadium
@Las Vegas, N.M.
Greyhound Stadium
@Las Vegas, N.M.
Greyhound Stadium
@Las Vegas, N.M.
Greyhound Stadium
@Las Vegas, N.M.
Greyhound Stadium
@Las Vegas, N.M.
#Most points in series history
W, 45-14
W, 70-28#
W, 37-6
L, 22-30
W, 54-7
W, 31-30
W, 34-31
L, 6-29
W, 22-9
W, 27-26
W, 14-0
L, 9-21
W, 21-0
W, 61-21
Buckle Your Seatbelts
As the 2010 season concluded, the
Greyhounds’ spread attack continued
to live up to its’ billing, with Wesley
Wood recording the 17th game since
the start of the 2008 season with at least
300 passing yards against Northeastern
State. Against Texas A&M-Commerce,
Wood threw for a career-best 437
yards and five touchdowns, topping
his 391-yard outing against Southern
Nazarene. The Hounds finished 19th in
the NCAA Division II in total offense
and 26th in scoring offense. Wood
closed the season ninth in total offense,
while Darian Dale was 36th in receptions per game. As a team, Eastern
ran an incredible 82.5 plays per game.
In 2009, the Greyhound Offense
set or tied three all-encompassing
NCAA records, eight NCAA Division II records, 26 Lone Star Conference records and 21 team records
(based on ENMU records available).
Among the broken records was NCAA
plays per game (93.45), breaking
the record set by the University of
Notre Dame, during the 1970 season.
Since adopting the spread offense
in 2008, the Hounds have averaged
330.8 yards passing and 406.1 yards
of total offense per game along with
30.5 points per game. Last season,
ENMU scored a team-record 380
points, while the 2009 squad eclipsed
the team single-game scoring record in
a 76-56 win over eventual LSC North
champion, Texas A&M-Commerce. So
far, the spread has led to 17 300+-yard
passing days, three 400+-yard passing
games, two 500+-yard passing games
and one 600+-yard passing game.
The Defense Doesn’t Rest
In six of the eleven games, the Greyhound defense limited the opposition to
either one or zero rushing touchdowns,
while the pass rush had at least one sack
in every game, except for the second
game of the season, at Angelo State.
The Hounds turned in an especially strong game at Southeastern Oklahoma, with seven sacks, two forced
fumbles, two fumble recoveries, an
interception and three QB pressures.
In that contest, Tillman Stevens made
18 tackles, a sack and blocked a kick.
Teams that are Special
Taylor Cannon connected on 45
of 46 point after touchdown attempts
last season and was 13-18 on field
goal attempts, including a 43-yarder.
ENMU Football
The Greyhounds posted seven consecutive winning seasons entering
2005, and will be looking to return to
their winning ways. Eastern was the
top passing offense in the country in
2009, setting numerous records. In the
2007 season, the Hounds spent several weeks in the receiving votes section of the AFCA poll after opening
the season with four consecutive wins.
2010 Honors
Daktronics First Team All-American
Tillman Stevens, Sr., DB
2010 Associated Press Second Team Little All-American
Tillman Stevens, Sr., DB
Don Hansen Football Gazette
Honorable Mention All-American
Taylor Cannon, Jr., K/P
D2Football.com Honorable Mention
All-American
Jessie Poku, Sr., WR
Tillman Stevens, Sr., DB
Daktronics First Team All-Super Region 4
Tillman Stevens, Sr., DB
Don Hansen Football Gazette Second Team All-Super
Region 4
Taylor Cannon, Jr., K/P
Don Hansen Football Gazette Third Team All-Super
Region 4
T.J. Cleavinger, Sr., OG
Jessie Poku, Sr., WR
Adam Robinson, Jr., OT
Tillman Stevens, Sr., DB
Nathan Uland, Sr., LB
ESPN Second Team Academic All-American
Karlton Graves, Sr., OT
ESPN First Team Academic All-District 6
Karlton Graves, Sr., OT
Nathan Uland, Sr., LB
2011 Cactus Bowl Participant
Jessie Poku, Sr., WR
D2Football.com Player of the Week
Tillman Stevens, Sr., DB, 10/12
Fred Mitchell Outstanding Placekicker Award For
October, 2010
Taylor Cannon, Jr., K
Fred Mitchell Outstanding Placekicker Award For
September, 2010
Taylor Cannon, Jr., K
Lone Star Conference North Division
Co-Offensive Back of the Year
Wes Wood, So., QB
Lone Star Conference North Division
Defensive Back of the Year
Tillman Stevens, Sr., Hound
First Team All-Lone Star Conference North
Wes Wood, So., QB
Jessie Poku, Sr., WR
Darian Dale, Jr., WR
Adam Robinson, Jr., OT
Taylor Cannon, Jr., PK/P
Bracy McCoy, So., DT
Matt Kalisch, Sr., DE
Nathan Uland, Sr., ILB
Devin Sweet, Sr., OLB
Tillman Stevens, Sr., DB
Karlton Graves, Sr., LS
Second Team All-LSC North
Carl Bouldin, Jr., WR
TJ Cleavinger, Sr., OG
Karlton Graves, Sr., OT
Curtis Jackson, Jr., CB
Taylor Cannon, Jr., P
Honorable Mention All-LSC North
Tony Valenzuela, Sr., RB
Chase Kyser, So., WR
Ryan Torres, Sr., C
Perron Sellers, Jr., LB
Rodney Mitchell, Sr., CB
Lone Star Conference North Division Academic Player of
the Year
Karlton Graves, Sr., OT
Lone Star Conference North Division All-Academic
Karlton Graves, Sr., OT
Nathan Uland, Sr., ILB
Stefan Mills, So., RB
Chase Kyser, So., WR
2010 All-LSC Scoop Football Team
Jessie Poku, Sr., WR
Tillman Stevens, Sr., DB
Lone Star Conference North Division Player of the Week
Tavius Bigelow (Defensive) 11/15
Matt Kalisch (Defensive) 8/30
Jessie Poku (Offensive) 10/11
Perron Sellers (Defensive) 11/8
Tillman Stevens (Defensive) 10/11
Tony Valenzuela (Offensive) 11/15
Wesley Wood (Offensive) 8/30
Greyhounds/Cowboys
Team Comparison
2010 Statistics...................... ENMU . .............NMHU
Record................................5-6 (3-3)............1-10 (1-7)
Turnover Ratio..............................-7.......................-15
Offense
Total Offense . ............4,733 (430.3)...... 2,702 (245.6)
Points Per Game........................ 34.5..................... 11.7
Yards Per Play............................. 5.2.......................4.1
Possession Average................. 24:37...................30:40
Net Rushing/Game.................. 128.6.....................74.4
Net Passing/Game................... 301.6...................171.3
Had Intercepted/Yards........... 22/222.................24/360
Sacks Allowed/Yards............ 27/151.............. 35/198
Fumbles/Lost.......................... 15/10...................17/11
Third Down Percentage............43%.....................23%
Red Zone Touchdowns..............59%.....................45%
Giveaways.................................... 32........................35
Defense
Total Defense .............4,505 (409.5)...... 4,486 (407.8)
Points Per Game........................ 29.7.....................41.8
Yards Per Play............................. 4.9.......................6.2
Net Rushing/Game.................. 171.8...................220.5
Net Passing/Game................... 237.7...................187.3
Interceptions/Yards............... 17/458...................7/152
Sacks/Yards........................... 25/177.....................8/22
Opp Fumbles/Lost..................... 10/8...................21/13
Third Down Percentage............40%.....................41%
Red Zone Touchdowns..............60%.....................74%
Takeaways.................................... 25........................20
Special Teams
Punts-Average (Gross).............. 37.7.....................41.1
Punts-Average (Net).................. 33.5.....................30.5
Punt Returns (Avg Per)............... 7.7.......................7.6
Punt Returns (Avg Allowed)....... 8.9.....................16.7
Kick Returns (Avg Per)............. 18.0.....................22.4
Kick Returns (Avg Allowed).. 22.79.....................28.2
Field Goals Made/Attempted.. 13/18.....................7/10
Penalties
Penalties Against/Yards..................94/863........81/754
Opp. Penalties Against/Yards.......110/981........70/617
Greyhounds/Cowboys
Individual Comparison (ENMU Returners)
ENMU
NMHU
Passing Yards
Wesley Wood......3,313
Jordan Mendoza...........1,040
Sawyer Cornelius.......5
Robbie Armijo................712
Rushing Yards
Wesley Wood.........396
Herman Young................211
Troy Harris.............243
Isaac Garcia....................168
Receiving Yards
Darian Dale............704
Kevon Williams..............764
Chase Kyser...........375
Marcus Washington........363
Points Scored
Taylor Cannon..........84
Ernesto Guerra..................28
Darian Dale..............32
Marcus Washington..........14
Carl Bouldin.............30
Three Tied.........................12
Interceptions
Curtis Jackson............2
Kenny Shanahan.................2
Perron Sellers.............1
Five Tied.............................1
Linvel Mosby.............1
..............................................
Bracy McCoy..........4.0
Perron Sellers..........2.0
Sacks
TJ Norris..........................3.0
Two Tied..........................2.0
Tackles
Curtis Jackson..........98
Tony Udley.......................87
Perron Sellers...........78
Cordelle Nugent................85
Kick Returns (Avg.)
Arvin Jackson............. 21.9 Kevon Williams.............25.6
Berry Stinnett............. 10.0 DeAndre’ Clemons........19.9
Punt Returns (Avg.)
Jayson Serda................. 5.0 Marcus Washington.........7.6
.......................................... Taylor Greene..................6.0
Field Goals
Taylor Cannon................. 13-18 Ernesto Guerra.......... 7-9
.................................................. ........................................
Punts
Taylor Cannon....................40.6 Vicente Gonzales.....43.3
Wesley Wood.....................34.1 Robbie Armijo..........33.0
Greyhounds Last Time Recorded
In The Passing Game
Team Passing
Pass for 600 yards
Pass for 500 yards
Pass for 400 yards
vs SE Oklahoma (*695 yards, Sept. 12, 2009)
vs Texas A&M-Commerce (602 yards, Sept. 19, 2009)
at SW Oklahoma (*533 yards, Sept. 5, 2009)
vs. Texas A&M-Commerce (439 yards, Sept. 25, 2010)
Pass for 5 touchdowns
Passing (Individual)
Pass for 600 yards
vs. Texas A&M-Commerce (5 TDs, Sept. 25, 2010)
Passed for 5 touchdowns
Wesley Wood vs TAMU-Commerce (5 TDs, Sept. 25, 2010)
Receiving (Individual)
10 receptions
Jessie Poku at Northeastern State (12, Nov. 6, 2010)
100 yards receiving
150 yards receiving
200 yards receiving
Darian Dale at Northeastern State (109, Nov. 6, 2010)
Jessie Poku at Northeastern State (180 yards, Nov. 6, 2009)
Darian Dale vs SE Okla. (188 yards, Sept. 12, 2009)
Jessie Poku vs TAMU-Commerce (178 yards, Sept. 19, 2009)
Derrick Hunter vs Central Arkansas (161 yards, Aug. 28, 2004)
Cale Sanders @ Midwestern State (206 yards, Sept. 15, 2001)
2 touchdowns receiving
3 touchdowns receiving
Darian Dale vs Southeastern Oklahoma (Oct. 30, 2010)
JessiePoku vs Central Oklahoma (Oct. 9, 2010)
Jessie Poku vs Southern Nazarene (Aug. 28, 2010)
Jessie Poku vs TAMU-Commerce (Sept. 19, 2009)
Cale Sanders @ Midwestern State (Sept. 15, 2001)
* ENMU Single-Game record
JJ Harp vs SE Okla (695 yards, Sept. 12, 2009)
JJ Harp vs TAMU-Commerce (602 yards, Sept. 19, 2009)
Greyhound Key Points
•
Wes Wood is entering his second season as the Greyhounds’ starting quarterback and was ninth in the NCAA Division II in total offense last season
•
Eastern was 16th in the country in passing offense and 26th in scoring offense last season
•
Taylor Cannon was tied for 15th in the country in field goals last season
•
Eastern was selected for four All-American honors last year and eight over the last two seasons
Cowboys Key Points
•
Kevon Williams was tied for 41st in Division II in receptions per game and 67th in receiving yards per game. He also was sixth in all-purpose yards per game (first in the RMAC)
•
Place kicker Ernesto Guerra was tied for 66th in field goals per game.
•
Highlands ranked 52nd in Division II and fourth in the RMAC in pass defense
Around the Lone Star Conference (Times CST)
Thursday, September 1, 2011
Colorado State University-Pueblo at West Texas A&M 6 p.m.
* Abilene Christian at Tarleton State 7 p.m.
Friday, September 2, 2011
Texas A&M-Kingsville at Central Washington 6 p.m.
Saturday, September 3, 2011
Texas A&M-Commerce at Upper Iowa 1 p.m.
Angelo State at Western State 2 p.m.
East Central at Incarnate Word 7 p.m.
New Mexico Highlands at Eastern New Mexico 8 p.m.
Saturday, September 10, 2011
Angelo State at Chadron State 1 p.m.
Midwestern State at Missouri S&T 6:30 p.m.
Minot State at Texas A&M-Kingsville 7 p.m.
* Eastern New Mexico at Incarnate Word 7 p.m.
Tarleton State at West Alabama 7 p.m.
Saturday, September 17, 2011
* Midwestern State vs Texas A&M-Commerce 12 p.m. Cowboys Stadium
Central Oklahoma at Angelo State 2 p.m.
North Alabama vs Abilene Christian 4 p.m. Cowboys Stadium
Eastern New Mexico at Oklahoma Panhandle 7 p.m.
Incarnate Word at Lamar 7 p.m.
* West Texas A&M at Texas A&M-Kingsville 8 p.m. Cowboys Stadium
Tarleton State at Texas State TBA
*Lone Star Conference Game
2010 Final LSC Football Standings
North Division
Northeastern State East Central Eastern New Mexico Southwestern Oklahoma Southeastern Oklahoma Texas A&M-Commerce Central Oklahoma South Division
Abilene Christian Texas A&M-Kingsville West Texas A&M Midwestern State Angelo State Tarleton State Incarnate Word Division Standings
Conference
W
L
Pct.
5
1
0.833
5
1
0.833
3
3
0.500
3
3
0.500
2
4
0.333
2
4
0.333
1
5
0.167
W
6
5
4
3
1
2
0
L
0
1
2
3
5
4
6
Pct.
1.000
0.833
0.667
0.500
0.167
0.333
0.000
W
6
5
5
3
3
3
2
W
11
10
8
8
5
3
3
Overall
L
Pct.
5
0.545
6
0.455
6
0.455
8
0.273
8
0.273
8
0.273
9
0.182
L
1
2
4
4
5
8
8
Pct.
0.917
0.833
0.667
0.667
0.500
0.273
0.273
Team
Abilene Christian Texas A&M-Kingsville West Texas A&M Midwestern State Northeastern State Angelo State East Central Eastern New Mexico Southeastern Oklahoma Southwestern Oklahoma Incarnate Word Tarleton State Texas A&M-Commerce Central Oklahoma Overall Standings
Conference
W
L PCT.
10
0
1.000
9
1
0.900
8
2
0.800
7
3
0.700
6
4
0.600
5
5
0.500
5
5
0.500
4
6
0.400
3
7
0.300
3
7
0.300
3
7
0.300
3
7
0.300
2
8
0.200
2
8
0.200
W
11
10
8
8
6
5
5
5
3
3
3
3
3
2
Lone Star Conference champion determined by fewest total
losses in divisional games plus designated crossover games
Overall
L PCT.
1
0.917
2
0.833
4
0.667
4
0.667
5
0.545
5
0.500
6
0.455
6
0.455
8
0.273
8
0.273
8
0.273
8
0.273
8
0.273
9
0.182
2011 American Football Coaches Association Preseason Division II Coaches! Poll
August 15, 2011
Rank
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9T.
9T.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25T.
25T.
School (1st votes)
Minnesota-Duluth (28)
Delta St. (Miss.)
Northwest Missouri St. (1)
Abilene Christian (Texas)
Grand Valley St. (Mich.)
North Alabama
Texas A&M-Kingsville
Augustana (S.D.)
Albany St. (Ga.)
Bloomsburg (Pa.)
Shepherd (W.Va.)
California (Pa.)
St. Cloud State (Minn.)
Wingate (N.C.)
Central Missouri
Nebraska-Kearney
Mercyhurst (Pa.)
Washburn (Kan.)
West Texas A&M
Valdosta St. (Ga.)
Wayne St. (Mich.)
Central Washington
Kutztown (Pa.)
Henderson St. (Ark.)
Hillsdale (Mich.)
Shaw (N.C.)
2010
Rec.
15-0
11-4
12-2
11-1
11-2
9-4
10-2
11-2
11-1
10-3
12-2
10-2
10-3
9-3
11-3
9-2
10-3
8-4
8-4
8-3
9-2
8-3
10-2
7-4
9-3
9-3
Pts.
724
657
624
607
579
468
437
426
379
379
377
369
346
284
270
242
207
201
186
184
177
164
144
139
91
91
2010
Rank*
1
2
3
8
10
22
9
6
4
15
7
14
12
20
5
23
11
NR
18
17
21
NR
13
NR
16
NR
Season Opener
Sept. 3 at No. 8 Augustana (S.D.)
Aug. 27 vs. Elizabeth City St. (N.C.)
Sept. 1 at Truman St. (Mo.)
Sept. 1 at Tarleton St. (Texas)
Sept. 1 vs. Western Oregon
Sept. 1 vs. Central Oklahoma
Sept. 2 at No. 22 Central Washington
Sept. 3 vs. No. 1 Minnesota-Duluth
Sept. 3 vs. Savannah St. (Ga.)
Sept. 1 vs. Ashland (Ohio)
Sept. 3 vs. Shippensburg (Pa.)
Sept. 1 vs. No. 13 St. Cloud State (Minn.)
Sept. 1 at No. 12 California (Pa.)
Sept. 3 vs. No. 20 Valdosta St. (Ga.)
Sept. 1 vs. Missouri Southern St.
Sept. 1 at Wayne St. (Neb.)
Sept. 3 vs. Notre Dame (Ohio)
Sept. 1 at Sioux Falls (S.D.)
Sept. 1 vs. Colorado St.-Pueblo
Sept. 3 at No. 14 Wingate (N.C.)
Sept. 3 vs. Urbana (Ohio)
Sept. 2 vs. No. 7 Texas A&M-Kingsville
Sept. 3 at St. Anselm (N.H.)
Sept. 1 at Central Arkansas
Sept. 2 at Ferris St. (Mich.)
Sept. 3 at Stillman (Ala.)
Head Coach
Bob Nielson
Ron Roberts
Adam Dorrel
Chris Thomsen
Matt Mitchell
Terry Bowden
Bo Atterberry
Mike Aldrich
Mike White
Danny Hale
Monte Cater
John Luckhardt
Scott Underwood
Joe Reich
Jim Svoboda
Darrell Morris
Marty Schaetzle
Craig Schurig
Don Carthel
David Dean
Paul Winters
Blaine Bennett
Raymond Monica
Scott Maxfield
Keith Otterbein
Darrell Asberry
*– Ranking in final AFCA Division II Poll of 2010
Others Receiving Votes: Colorado School of Mines, 87; Carson-Newman (Tenn.), 80; Missouri Western St., 72; Tuskegee (Ala.), 68;
West Liberty (W.Va.), 60; Sioux Falls (S.D.), 48; Colorado St.-Pueblo, 31; Michigan Tech, 31; New Haven (Conn.), 28; Ashland (Ohio),
24; Fort Valley St. (Ga.), 24; Wayne St. (Neb.), 17; Midwestern St. (Texas), 15; Morehouse (Ga.), 14; Southern Connecticut St., 14;
Tusculum (Tenn.), 9; Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.), 7; Lincoln (Pa.), 7; Pittsburg St. (Kan.), 7; West Alabama, 6; Central Oklahoma, 5; Winona
St. (Minn.), 4; Winston-Salem St. (N.C.), 4; Ouachita Baptist (Ark.), 3; St. Augustine!s (N.C.), 3; Chadron St. (Neb.), 1; Concordia-St.
Paul (Minn.), 1; Harding (Ark.), 1; Merrimack (Mass.), 1; Minnesota St.-Mankato, 1.
Head Coach Mark Ribaudo
Mark Ribaudo
(Seventh Year 22-43)
Head Football Coach
M
Joined the ENMU Coaching Staff in 1997
Named Defensive Coordinator in 1998
Has Contributed to Seven Consecutive Winning Seasons
Alma Mater: University of Arizona (1988)
ENMU Recruiting Area: West Texas
ark Ribaudo, Eastern New Mexico University’s head football coach, has become a
familiar face to Greyhound players and fans.
Entering his seventh season as the Greyhound’s head
coach, he was an assistant coach at Eastern for eight
years, including a stint as the team’s defensive coordinator from 1998-2004. He helped guide the Greyhounds
to seven winning seasons from 1998-2004. Prior to
the 2008 season, he will be shifted his focus from the
defense to special teams.
Ribaudo was promoted to head coach following
the retirement of Harold “Bud” Elliott, who coached
Eastern from 1994 through 2004.
2011 represents the fourth year in the no-huddle
spread offense, which has improved each season, shattering the ENMU single-season record for points in each
of the last two seasons. Last season concluded with a
victory at Tarleton State and numerous All-American,
All-District and All-Lone Star Conference awards.
The 2008 season saw the Hounds transition from
the triple-option offense, which featured a punishing
running game, to an explosive spread offense. The
results were evident in the second game of the season,
when quarterback Cory Baker became the first ENMU
quarterback to toss for three touchdown passes in a
game since the 2001 season. Against Midwestern State,
freshman signal caller, J.J. Harp set new team records
in completions (37) and pass attempts (70), becoming
the Hounds’ first 300-yard passer since Mike Scott
against East Texas State on October 21, 1989. Ribaudo
also demanded academic excellence in the classroom,
which was on display when Karleton Graves, Tillman
Stevens and Nathan Uland were selected ESPN the
Magazine Academic All-District 6.
In 2007, he led the Hounds to a 4-0 start, as well as
a spot in the receiving votes section of the American
Football Coaches Association poll for three consecutive
weeks, including a tie with Central Washington for the
most votes (21) in that section on September, 25.
Ribaudo was the recipient of the 2006 Spirit of
Eastern Award. The award is given to an ENMU faculty
or staff member that exemplifies many of the positive
traits found at Eastern New Mexico University. The
recipient of the award is expected to support ENMU’s
teacher-learning mission, show campus community spirit, display a strong
work ethic, care about the institution
as a whole, show a commitment to
all areas affecting student life, and
demonstrate a track record in their
position. Since arriving at Eastern in
1997, Ribaudo has more than met all
of these criteria.
The Greyhounds posted a 53-33 (.616) record during
their run of seven winning seasons from 1998-2004.
The streak also features Lone Star Conference South
Division co-championships in 1999 and 2000.
“Coach Ribaudo has demonstrated over the past
eight years a commitment to the football program and
to balancing athletic success and academic achievement,” said Dr. Steven G. Gamble, ENMU president. It
is no surprise to those of us at ENMU that many of our
top student-athletes have played on Coach Ribaudo’s
defense. We are confident in his abilities to keep Eastern
at or near the top of the Lone Star Conference South
Division.”
Ribaudo joined the Eastern New Mexico University
coaching staff in 1997 as the linebacker coach. Just one
year later, he was named defensive coordinator. He has
continued to coach Eastern’s linebackers, and will do
so again this season.
In 2005, the Greyhound defense tied for fourth in the
Lone Star Conference, allowing just 183 first downs.
ENMU also was productive on the offensive side of the
ball, leading the LSC in third down conversions.
The ENMU defense ranked ninth in NCAA Division
II in total defense during the 1998 season, as Eastern
allowed just 254.8 yards per game. ENMU ranked 19th
in the nation in 2003, after holding opponents to 288.2
yards per game. The Hounds allowed just 110.0 rushing
yards per game in 2003 and gave up just 128.6 rushing
yards per game in 2002.
Ribaudo’s Resume
College
Team
Job Title
Midwestern Grad. Assistant
West Texas
Assistant Coach
West Texas
Defensive Coord.
ENMU
Assistant Coach
ENMU
Defensive Coord.
ENMU
Head Coach
High School
Year(s) Team
Job Title
1985-87 Sabino
Assistant Coach
1988-89 Ampitheater Assistant Coach
Year(s)
1990-91
1992-94
1995-96
1997
1998-04
2005-07
“Coach Ribaudo has done an excellent job of
building a successful defense year in and year out at
ENMU,” then-Athletic Director Mike Maguire said.
“His defensive units have been difficult to run against,
and they always provide the Greyhounds with big plays
when the game is on the line.”
Ribaudo previously coached five years at West
Texas A&M University, where he was hired as special
teams coach in 1992. He developed a nationally-ranked
kickoff return unit, and also served as defensive coordinator in 1995 and 1996.
Ribaudo began his career at his alma mater, Sabino
High School in Arizona. He was assistant coach for
three years, and helped Sabino reach the playoffs in
1986. He was an assistant coach at powerful Amphitheater High School in Arizona in 1988 and 1989.
In college, Ribaudo played cornerback and running
back at Hastings College (Neb.). He received a bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science from the
University of Arizona in 1988.
In 1990 and 1991, he was a graduate assistant at
Midwestern State. MSU won the TIAA title and earned
a #10 ranking in the NAIA Poll during his second
year.
Ribaudo received a master’s degree in Physical
Education from MSU in 1992.
Ribaudo and his wife, Lisa, live in Portales. They are
the parents of John Ross, age 13, and Mary Annabelle,
age 11.
Head Coach Mark Ribaudo and his wife, Lisa,
live in Portales with their children, John,
age 13, and Mary, age 11.
2011 Opponents
New Mexico Highlands
Head Coach
Eric Young
Wide Receiver
Kevon Williams
@Incarnate Word
Head Coach
Mike Santiago
Running Back
Trent Rios
Game Date:................................ September 3, Home
Location:......................................... Las Vegas, N.M.
Nickname:...................................................Cowboys
Stadium:.............................. Perkins Stadium (5,000)
Founded:............................................................ 1893
Enrollment:....................................................... 3,500
Affiliation:.................................... NCAA Division II
Conference:....................... Rocky Mountain Athletic
2010 Record..................................1-10 (RMAC 1-8)
Postseason Appearances:......................................... 1
Game Date:................................ September 10, Away
Location:...................................... San Antonio, Texas
Stadium:........Gale and Tom Benson Stadium (6,000)
Nickname:....................................................Cardinals
Founded:............................................................. 1881
Enrollment:........................................................ 7,706
Affiliation:..................................... NCAA Division II
Conference:.............................. Lone Star Conference
2010 Record:.............. 3-8 (LSC 3-7; LSC South 0-6)
Postseason Appearances:...........................................-
SID:...............................................Gavino Archuletta
Phone:............................................... (505) 426-2017
Fax:................................................... (505) 426-2016
SID:.......................................................... Wayne Witt
Phone:................................................ (210) 829-3828
Fax:.................................................... (210) 892 3825
Press Box:.......................................... (210) 283-6462
Series Record:.............Southern Nazarene Leads 1-0
First Meeting:
Aug. 30, 2008
ENMU in Series Streak:...................................Lost 1
Last Meeting (ENMU):................................W, 44-21
Series Record:................................ ENMU Leads 1-0
First Meeting:................................ November 7, 2009
ENMU in Series Streak:....................................Won 1
Last Meeting (ENMU):................................W, 35-30
Tarleton State
@Angelo State
Head Coach
Cary Fowler
Running Back
Evan Robertson
Game Date:........................................ Sept. 24, Home
Location:......................................Stephenville, Texas
Stadium:........................... Tarleton Memorial (7,000)
Nickname:........................................................Texans
Founded:............................................................. 1899
Enrollment:........................................................ 2,400
Affiliation:..................................... NCAA Division II
Conference:........................ Lone Star South Division
2010 Record:.............. 3-8 (LSC 3-7; LSC South 2-4)
Postseason Appearances:........................................10
SID:........................................................ Joey Roberts
Phone:................................................ (254) 968-9077
Fax:.................................................... (254) 968-1806
Press Box:.......................................... (254) 968-9173
Series Record:.............................. ENMU Leads 13-6
First Meeting:
October 14, 1961
ENMU in Series Streak:....................................Won 1
Last Meeting (ENMU):................................W, 35-10
Head Coach
Will Wagner
Wide Receiver
Dakarai Pecikonis
Game Date:...................................... October 1, Away
Location:....................................... San Angelo, Texas
Stadium:...................... San Angelo Stadium (17,500)
Nickname:..........................................................Rams
Founded:............................................................. 1928
Enrollment:........................................................ 6,856
Affiliation:..................................... NCAA Division II
Conference:.............................. Lone Star Conference
2010 Record:.............. 6-5 (LSC 5-4; LSC South 2-4)
Postseason Appearances:...................................... 14*
SID:.................................................... Kevin McCarty
Phone:................................................ (325) 942-2378
Fax:.................................................... (325) 942 2298
Press Box:.......................................... (325) 947-3893
Series Record:.............................ASU Leads 21-13-1
First Meeting:.................................. October 26, 1968
ENMU in Series Streak:....................................Lost 5
Last Meeting (ENMU):.................................L, 38-41
*5 in NCAA Division II
@Oklahoma Panhandle
Head Coach
Jon Lyles
Running Back
Darryl Brister
Game Date:............................... September 17, Away
Location:.......................................... Goodwell, Okla.
Stadium:............................Carl Wooten Field (5,000)
Nickname:....................................................... Aggies
Founded:.............................................................1909
Enrollment:........................................................1,395
Affiliation:..................................... NCAA Division II
Conference:...................................... DII Independent
2010 Record:........................... 6-5 (DII Independent)
Postseason Appearances:.......................................... SID:.......................................................Scott Puryear
Phone:................................................(580) 349-1340
Fax:....................................................(580) 349-1345
Press Box:..........................................(580) 206-1202
Series Record:...........................ENMU Leads 18-8-2
First Meeting:................................November 7, 1936
ENMU in Series Streak:................................. Won 10
Last Meeting (ENMU):................................W, 35-30
Abilene Christian
Head Coach
Chris Thomsen
Defensive End
Aston Whiteside
Game Date:.....................................October 8, Home
Location:.............................................Abilene, Texas
Founded:.............................................................1906
Stadium:.......................... Shotwell Stadium (15,000)
Nickname:.................................................... Wildcats
Enrollment:........................................................5,000
Affiliation:..................................... NCAA Division II
Conference:............................. Lone Star Conference
2010 Record:�����������11-1 (LSC 10-0; LSC South 6-0)
Postseason Appearances:..........................................9
SID:.................................................... Lance Fleming
Phone:................................................(325) 674-2693
Fax:....................................................(325) 674-6798
Press Box:..........................................(325) 671-4673
Series Record:........... Abilene Christian Leads 23-11
First Meeting:............................. September 16, 1950
ENMU in Series Streak:................................... Lost 5
Last Meeting (ENMU):.................................L, 14-53
2011 Opponents
@Northwest Missouri St.
Head Coach
Adam Dorrel
Wide Receiver
Jake Soy
West Texas A&M
Head Coach
Don Carthel
Wide Receiver
Brittan Golden
Midwestern State
Head Coach
Bill Maskill
Running Back
Amini Silatolu
Game Date:................................... October 15, Away
Location:............................................Maryville, Mo.
Stadium:..................................... Bearcat Stadium (6,500)
Nickname:........................................................ Bearcats
Founded:............................................................ 1905
Enrollment:....................................................... 7,142
Affiliation:.................................... NCAA Division II
Conference:.Mid-America Intercoll. Athletics Assoc.
2010 Record................................... 12-2 (MIAA 9-0)
Postseason Appearances:....................................... 15
Game Date:....................................October 22, Away
Location:.............................................Canyon, Texas
Founded:.............................................................1910
Stadium:..... Kimbrough Memorial Stadium (10,000)
Nickname:.....................................Buffaloes or Buffs
Enrollment:........................................................7,843
Affiliation:..................................... NCAA Division II
Conference:.................................................Lone Star
2010 Record:���������������8-4 (LSC 8-2; LSC South 4-2)
Postseason Appearances:..........................................5
Game Date:...................................October 29, Home
Location:.................................... Wichita Falls, Texas
Stadium:.........................Memorial Stadium (14,362)
Nickname:................................................... Mustangs
Founded:.............................................................1922
Enrollment:........................................................6,400
Affiliation:..................................... NCAA Division II
Conference:........................Lone Star South Division
2010 Record:..............8-4 (LSC 7-3; LSC South 3-3)
Postseason Appearances:..........................................5
SID:..................................................... Brian Johnson
Phone:............................................... (580) 559-5258
Fax:................................................... (580) 332-8361
Press Box:......................................... (580) 332-7442
SID:.......................................................Kent Johnson
Phone:................................................(806) 651-4406
Fax:....................................................(806) 651-4409
SID:............................................................Trey Reed
Phone:................................................(940) 397-4818
Fax:....................................................(940) 397-4892
Press Box:..........................................(940) 232-4978
Series Record:.......................................First Meeting
First Meeting:..................................October 15, 2011
ENMU in Series Streak:........................First Meeting
Last Meeting (ENMU):.........................First Meeting
Texas A&M-Commerce
Head Coach
Guy Morris
Running Back
Marcus Graham
Series Record:.......... West Texas A&M Leads 13-11
First Meeting:............................. September 15, 1945
ENMU in Series Streak:................................... Lost 5
Last Meeting (ENMU):.................................L, 24-34
Series Record:.......................Midwestern Leads 11-4
First Meeting:..................................October 15, 1955
ENMU in Series Streak:................................... Lost 9
Last Meeting (ENMU):.................................L, 17-44
Texas A&M-Kingsville
Head Coach
Bo Atterberry
Nose tackle
Johnny Tivao
Game Date:..................................November 5, Away
Location:........................................Commerce, Texas
Stadium:.........................Memorial Stadium (10,000)
Nickname:......................................................... Lions
Founded:.............................................................1889
Enrollment:........................................................9,712
Affiliation:..................................... NCAA Division II
Conference:........................Lone Star North Division
2010 Record:..............3-8 (LSC 5-4, LSC North 2-5)
Postseason Appearances:..........................................9
Game Date:................................. November 1, Home
Location:......................................... Kingsville, Texas
Stadium:............................Javelina Stadium (15,000)
Nickname:.................................................... Javelinas
Founded:............................................................. 1925
Enrollment:........................................................ 5,904
Affiliation:..................................... NCAA Division II
Conference:.............................. Lone Star Conference
2010 Record:............ 10-2 (LSC 9-1; LSC South 6-1)
Postseason Appearances:........................................24
SID:.................................................. Rand Champion
Phone:................................................(903) 886-5131
Fax:....................................................(903) 468-3033
Press Box:..........................................(903) 468-3089
SID:.......................................................Shane Meling
Phone:................................................ (361) 593-2870
Fax:.................................................... (361) 593-3488
Press Box:.......................................... (361) 593-2594
Series Record:.............................ENMU leads 13-11
First Meeting:................................. October 20, 1984
ENMU in Series Streak:...................................Won 2
Last Meeting (ENMU):................................W, 44-21
Series Record:............................TAMUK Leads 21-4
First Meeting:
November 23, 1985
ENMU in Series Streak:....................................Lost 3
Last Meeting (ENMU):.................................L, 31-38
2010 Returnees by Hometown
Texas (35)
Amarillo- Sawyer Cornelius, Michael Matthews, Lane
Wood, Dustin Ventura
Arlington- Keighen Thetford
Bay City- Darian Dale
Big Spring- Jerry McGee
Brownwood- Justin Ward
Cleveland- Henry Cully
College Station- Curtis
Jackson
Dalhart- Jonathan Quint
Dickinson- De’Coreyon
Thomas
Early- Cody Bullard
Freeport- Bracy McCoy
Hale Center- Melvis
Hawkins
Houston- Arvin Jackson
Hutto- Michael Cottingham
Idalon- Jacob Johnson
Irving- Saufeni Fuahala
Killeen- Christopher Henry
La Marque- Perron Sellers
La Porte- Ian Ogando
Levelland- Endurance
Childers
Lubbock- Adam Robinson
Meadow- Tanner Streety
Muleshoe- Wes Wood
Odessa- Joey Mendez,
Linvel Mosby
San Antonio- Carl Bouldin, Jaime Villafuerte
Calif.
(2)
NY
(1)
*
N.M.
La.
(24) Texas(1)
(35)
Fla.
(1)
Seminole- Daniel Allen
Schertz- Tyler Wenka
Smithville- Cyle Jones
Sudan- Rhett Sain
New Mexico
(24)
Albuquerque- Cody
Blocker, Daniel O’Brien, Jayson
Serda, Kevin Smith, Stephen
Smith
Artesia- Luis Reyes
Aztec- Jacob Espinoza
Carlsbad- Robert Arrington,
Jacob Galindo
Clovis- Stefan Mills
Farmington- Eli Finch,
Tyler Finch
Fort Sumner- Berry Stinnett
Hobbs- Dylan Jett
Las Cruces- Ricky Padilla
Los Lunas- Taylor Cannon
Rio Rancho- Malcolm Butters, Troy Harris, Carlo LiRosi,
Dillon Metzger
Roswell- Desmond, Anaya,
Chase Kyser, Chance Robledo
Texico- Seth Bailey
California
(2)
Oakland- Chris Redmond
San Diego- Nicholas Hill
Florida (1)
Ft. Lauderdale
Lakes- Noelin Henry
Louisiana
(1)
New Orleans- Keith
Davis
New York
(1)
Rochester- Lloyd Black
III
2011 Eastern New Mexico University Numerical Football Roster
Head Coach Offensive Coordinator, Planning and Operations, Academic Liason Defensive Coordinator, Secondary Offensive Line, Running Backs, Run Game Coordinator, Travel Coordinator Defensive Line, Strength and Conditioning Outside Receivers Graduate Assistant: Inside Receivers Graduate Assistant: Secondary Student Assistant Defensive Line:
Student Assistant Offensive Line:
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 51 52 55 56 58 59 61 63 64 65 66 68 69 72 75 77 78 79 Name
Saufeni Fuahala Sawyer Cornelius Perron Sellers Chase Kyser Darian Dale Nicholas Hill Keith Davis Arvin Jackson Ronnie Slater Nick Jones Joey Mendez Wesley Wood Cody Bullard Noelin Henry Eli Finch De’Coreyon Thomas Chris Redmond Linvel Mosby Lloyd Black III Denton Allmon Curtis Jackson Jayson Serda Jamison Ellis Charles Allen Kevin Washington Troy Harris Avery Gilliam Melvis Hawkins Robbey Arrington Andy Lopez Tony Valenzuela Chris Davis Stefan Mills Michael Cottingham Michael Matthews Jamal Candley Taylor Cannon Keighen Thetford Jacob Johnson Jonathan Quint Stephen Smith Dupri Wells Lane Wood Dillon Metzger Sosefo Maka Berry Stinnett Daniel Allen Henry Cully Colton Bowen David Tulikihihifo Carlo LiRosi Chris Henry Ricky Padilla Jaime Villafuerte Chris Brown Josh Sell Mark Peña Dakota Lake Dylan Jett Chris Kyles Lorenzo Murphy Adam Robinson Tanner Streety Justin Ward Pos Ht.
LB
QB
LB
WR
WR
WR
CB
WR
S
DB
LB
QB
WR
WR
LB
RB
DB
S
CB
S
DB
S
CB
S
CB
RB
S
RB
WR
RB
RB
S
RB
K
WR
S
K/P
LB
SR
LB
DE
ILB
LB
SR
DE
WR
DT
DE
OL
DL
LB
LB
OG
OT
OL
OL
OT
OL
OG
OL
OL
OT
OT
OL
5-10
6-1
6-1
5-7
6-0
6-0
5-10
5-10
6-3
6-0
6-2
6-2
6-2
5-11
6-0
5-9
5-11
6-0
6-0
5-10
5-10
5-11
6-2
5-8
5-11
5-11
6-0
6-0
6-0
5-7
5-5
5-9
6-0
6-0
6-2
5-9
6-3
6-0
5-10
6-0
6-3
6-0
5-11
5-7
6-2
6-2
6-1
6-0
6-4
6-3
6-0
6-1
6-1
6-1
6-5
6-2
6-1
6-4
6-0
6-3
6-5
6-6
6-3
6-5
Wt.
206
195
205
176
185
190
180
180
227
195
190
175
205
195
210
190
180
196
185
195
200
186
170
180
177
205
178
230
160
155
180
175
200
171
210
176
230
200
168
230
240
195
195
175
239
200
256
225
250
334
230
220
275
300
325
308
300
235
275
336
310
310
300
315
Cl
So. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. So. Fr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Mark Ribaudo
Mike Howard
Todd Wallis
Draco Miller
Larry Varnado Jr.
Bryan Wilson
Ross Jenkins
John Hair
Brody Geiser
T.J. Cleavinger
Hometown/Previous School
Irving, Texas / Irving Macarthur High School
Amarillo, Texas / Bushland High School
La Marque, Texas / La Marque High School/Fullerton Junior College
Roswell, N.M. / Goddard High School
Bay City, Texas / Bay City High School
San Diego, Calif. / Patrick Henry High School/Grossmont Junior College
New Orleans, La. / West Side High School (Houston, Texas)
Houston, Texas / Westside High School
Varnville, S.C. / Wade Hampton High School / Feather River College
Los Angeles, Calif. / Redondo Union High School / Los Angeles Harbor College
Odessa, Texas / Permian High School
Muleshoe, Texas / Muleshoe High School
Early, Texas / Early High School
Fort Lauderdale Lakes, Fla. / Boyd Anderson High School/ Fullerton College
Farmington, N.M. / Piedra Vista High School
Dickinson, Texas / Dickinson High School
Oakland, California / Houston Westside High School
Odessa, Texas / Odessa Permian High School
Rochester, N.Y. / Anderson High School (Austin, Texas)
Irving, Texas / Irving MacArthur High School
College Station, Texas / A&M Consolidated High School
Albuquerque, N.M. / Manzano High School
Gilbert, Ariz. / Highland High School
Paris, Texas / Paris High School
St. Louis, Mo. / Sandra Day O’Connor High School
Rio Rancho, N.M. / Rio Rancho High School
Houston, Texas / Lamar High School
Hale Center, Texas / Hale Center High School
Carlsbad, N.M. / Carlsbad High School
Artesia, N.M. / Artesia High School
Seagraves, Texas / Seagraves HS
Brownfield, Texas / Brownfield High School
Clovis, N.M. / Clovis High School
Hutto, Texas / Hutto High School
Amarillo, Texas / Bushland High School
Spring, Texas / Oak Ridge High School
Los Lunas, N.M. / Los Lunas HS
Arlington, Texas / Arlington High School
Idalon, Texas / Idalon High School
Dalhart, Texas / Dalhart High School
Albuquerque, N.M. / La Cueva High School
San / MacArthur High School
Amarillo, Texas / Muleshoe High School
Rio Rancho, N.M. / Rio Rancho High School
San Mateo, Calif. / Tonga College Atele / College of San Mateo
Fort Sumner, N.M. / Fort Sumner High School
Seminole, Texas / Seminole High School
Cleveland, Texas / Cleveland High School
Grand Prairie, Texas / Grand Prairie High School
Lawndale, Calif. / Redondo Union High School / El Camino Junion College
Rio Rancho, N.M. / Rio Rancho High School
Killeen, Texas / Harker Heights High School
Las Cruces, N.M. / Las Cruces High School
San Antonio, Texas / Ronald Reagan High School
Blackville, S.C. / Blackville-Hilda High School / Feather River College
Liberty, Texas / Liberty High School
Houston, Texas / Mayde Creek High School
Sealy, Texas / Sealy High School
Hobbs, N.M. / Hobbs High School
Dickinson, Texas / Dickinson High School / Tyler Junior College
Galveston, Texas / Ball High School / Tyler Junior College
Lubbock, Texas / Lubbock Cooper HS
Meadow, Texas / Meadow High School
Brownwood, Texas / Brownwood High School
80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 98 99 Dyland Walker Seth Bailey Cody Blocker Lord-Byron Cannon Tyler Finch Tyler Wencka Domingo Morales Rashan Lawrence Jacob Espinoza Kevin Smith Aaron Vaughan Luis Reyes Bracy McCoy Cyle Jones Kenny Marcellus Ian Ogando Wade Bounds Malcolm Butters Xavier Bryant Mikey Archibeque Tommie Armstrong Daniel Ayala Dylan Baca Lavaceia Baker Dalton Britt Patrick Bryant Jeremy Buurma Joseph Canada Sergio Castillo Jr. Vance Chavez Endurance Childers Jordan Clark Andrew Dickensheets Darryn Flores Jesse Flynn LaMadric Frazier Jacob Galindo Carlos Garcia Ramon Garcia Adam Gonzalez Jerry Goodyear Adrian Gutierrez Ivan Harrell Adrian Horton Josh Houghtaling Michael Johnson Xavier Lewis Amauris Lopez Ryan Martinez Nicky Nave Daniel O’Brien Logan O’Brien Mark O’Neal William Porter Drew Rance Miguel Redarte Hector Salgado Josh Schroeder Sterling Sitton Cody Slvski Clayton Smiley Zac Stancell Michael Stephens Kyle Stephens Jeff Tuck Dustin Ventura Xavier Worthy WR
WR
WR
WR
LB
DE
WR
WR
WR
DT
DL
WR
DE
DE
DT
DT
DE
DE
DT
WR
S/WR
LB/DB
K
LB
WR
DE
QB
S
WR
WR
WR
DE
LB
RB
DB
LB
QB
LB
WR
OL
QB
LB
WR/CB
QB
QB
WR
DB
LB
S
RB
QB
QB
OL
LB
DL
QB
OG
LB
WR
WR
C
LB
LB
RB
QB
LB
DB
6-3
6-2
6-2
6-3
5-9
6-5
5-9
5-9
5-11
6-5
6-5
5-7
6-1
6-2
6-1
6-0
6-4
6-3
6-2
6-1
5-10
5-9
6-1
6-2
5-9
5-9
6-2
5-9
5-8
6-0
5-7
5-10
5-11
5-10
6-1
6-1
5-11
6-0
5-9
6-2
6-1
6-2
5-8
6-4
6-2
6-2
5-10
5-11
6-0
5-6
6-1
6-5
6-1
6-0
6-3
6-3
6-1
6-3
5-11
5-11
6-2
5-11
6-5
6-0
6-0
6-0
5-11
210
215
200
183
170
210
155
190
190
270
265
195
260
262
300
345
220
232
316
160
180
153
175
200
157
230
180
149
160
171
165
218
205
165
186
178
163
226
160
250
165
215
150
190
225
160
170
235
165
160
190
201
307
200
279
160
232
250
200
165
363
167
200
195
208
218
178
Fr. Schertz, Texas / Samuel Clemens High School
So. Texico, N.M. / Texico High School
So. Albuquerque, N.M. / Del Norte High School
Fr. New Orleans, La. / Lamar High School
Jr. Farmington, N.M. / Piedra Vista High School
So. Schertz, Texas / Samuel Clemens High School
Fr. Hitchcock Texas / Santa Fe, Texas
Jr. Stone Mountain, Ga. / Feather River College
So. Aztec, N.M. / Aztec High School
Jr. Albuquerque, N.M. / Sandia High School
Sr. Texico, N.M. / Texico HS/ Howard College/ Tarleton State/ Texas Tech
Jr. Artesia, N.M. / Artesia High School
Jr. Freeport, Texas / Brazosport High School
Jr. Smithville, Texas / Smithville High School
So. Delray Beach, Fla. / Atlantic Community High School / Highland Community College
Jr. La Porte, Texas / La Porte High School
Fr. Dripping Springs, Texas / Dripping Springs High School
Jr. Rio Rancho, N.M. / Rio Rancho High School
Jr. Mt. Enterprise, Texas / Mt. Enterprise ISD / Kilgore Junior College
Fr. Bloomfield, N.M. / Bloomfield High School
Fr. Ruidoso, N.M. / Ruidoso High School
Fr. Aurora, Colo. / Smoky Hill High School
Fr. Carlsbad, N.M. / Carlsbad High School
Fr. San Antonio, Texas / Wagner High School
Fr. Clovis, N.M. / Clovis High School
Fr. Carlsbad, N.M. / Carlsbad High School
Fr. Las Cruces, N.M. / Las Cruces High School
Fr. Riverside, Calif. / Norte Vista High School
Fr. Wilton, Calif. / Bradshaw Christian High School
Fr. El Paso, Texas / El Dorado High School
Jr. Levelland, Texas / Levelland High School/ South Plains College
Fr. Lubbock, Texas / Anton High School
Fr. Albuquerque, N.M. / Cibola High School
Fr. Albuquerque, N.M. / Valley High School
Gr. Montreal, Quebec, Canada / Lakeshore High School
Fr. Lubbock, Texas / Monterey High School
Fr. Carlsbad, N.M. / Carlsbad High School
Fr. Belen, N.M. / Belen High School
Fr. Albuquerque, N.M. / Cibola High School
Fr. Albuquerque, N.M. / Valley High School
Fr. Albuquerque, N.M. / Valley High School
Jr. Portales, N.M. / Portales High School
Fr. Hobbs, N.M. / Hobbs High School
Fr. Midland, Texas / Midland Lee High School
Fr. Artesia, N.M. / Artesia High School
Fr. Clovis, N.M. / Clovis High School
Fr. Las Vegas, Nev. / Union High School
Fr. Brooklyn, N.Y. / Hudson County School of Technology
Fr. Hereford, Texas / Hereford High School
Jr. Seminole, Texas / Seminole High School / Hardin-Simmons University
Sr. Albuquerque, N.M. / Eldorado High School
Fr. San Angelo, Texas / San Angelo Central High School
Fr. Houston, Texas / Mayde Creek High School
So. Portales, N.M. / Portales High School
Fr. Alamogordo, N.M. / Alamogordo High School
Fr. Chaparral, N.M. / Anthony High School
Fr. Rio Rancho, N.M. / Rio Rancho High School
Fr. Hobbs, N.M. / Hobbs High School
Fr. Amarillo, Texas / Tascosa High School
Fr. Bushland, Texas / Bushland High School
Fr. Friona, Texas / Friona High School
Fr. Farwell, Texas / Farwell High School
Fr. Rockwall, Texas / Rockwall High School
Fr. Augusta, Ga. / Los Alamos High School
Fr. Dripping Springs, Texas / Dripping Springs High School
Jr. Amarillo, Texas / Tascosa High School
Fr. San Antonio, Texas / Wagner High School
2010 Eastern New Mexico University Alphabetical Football Roster
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26
51
22
31
81
82
96
55
64
99
13
98
38
83
39
2
36
52
5
34
7
25
88
17
84
1
29
28
30
59
16
6
21
8
23
69
41
93
10
72
4
68
87
58
32
48
94
Name
Charles Allen
Daniel Allen
Denton Allmon
Mikey Archibeque
Tommie Armstrong
Robbey Arrington
Daniel Ayala
Dylan Baca
Seth Bailey
Lavaceia Baker
Cody Blocker
Wade Bounds
Colton Bowen
Dalton Britt
Chris Brown
Patrick Bryant
Xavier Bryant
Cody Bullard
Malcolm Butters
Jeremy Buurma
Joseph Canada
Jamal Candley
Lord-Byron Cannon
Taylor Cannon
Vance Chavez
Endurance Childers
Jordan Clark
Sawyer Cornelius
Michael Cottingham
Henry Cully
Darian Dale
Chris Davis
Keith Davis
Andrew Dickensheets
Jamison Ellis
Jacob Espinoza
Eli Finch
Tyler Finch
Darryn Flores
Jesse Flynn
LaMadric Frazier
Saufeni Fuahala
Jacob Galindo
Carlos Garcia
Ramon Garcia
Avery Gilliam
Adam Gonzalez
Jerry Goodyear
Adrian Gutierrez
Ivan Harrell
Troy Harris
Melvis Hawkins
Chris Henry
Noelin Henry
Nicholas Hill
Adrian Horton
Josh Houghtaling
Lloyd Black III
Arvin Jackson
Curtis Jackson
Dylan Jett
Jacob Johnson
Michael Johnson
Cyle Jones
Nick Jones
Sergio Castillo Jr.
Chris Kyles
Chase Kyser
Dakota Lake
Rashan Lawrence
Xavier Lewis
Carlo LiRosi
Amauris Lopez
Andy Lopez
Sosefo Maka
Kenny Marcellus
Pos Ht.
S
DT
S
WR
S/WR
WR
LB/DB
K
WR
LB
WR
DE
OL
WR
OL
DE
DT
WR
DE
QB
S
S
WR
K/P
WR
WR
DE
QB
K
DE
WR
S
CB
LB
CB
WR
LB
LB
RB
DB
LB
LB
QB
LB
WR
S
OL
QB
LB
WR/CB
RB
RB
LB
WR
WR
QB
QB
CB
WR
DB
OG
SR
WR
DE
DB
WR
OL
WR
OL
WR
DB
LB
LB
RB
DE
DT
5-8
6-1
5-10
6-1
5-10
6-0
5-9
6-1
6-2
6-2
6-2
6-4
6-4
5-9
6-5
5-9
6-2
6-2
6-3
6-2
5-9
5-9
6-3
6-3
6-0
5-7
5-10
6-1
6-0
6-0
6-0
5-9
5-10
5-11
6-2
5-11
6-0
5-9
5-10
6-1
6-1
5-10
5-11
6-0
5-9
6-0
6-2
6-1
6-2
5-8
5-11
6-0
6-1
5-11
6-0
6-4
6-2
6-0
5-10
5-10
6-0
5-10
6-2
6-2
6-0
5-8
6-3
5-7
6-4
5-9
5-10
6-0
5-11
5-7
6-2
6-1
Wt.
180
256
195
160
180
160
153
175
215
200
200
220
250
157
325
230
316
205
232
180
149
176
183
230
171
165
218
195
171
225
185
175
180
205
170
190
210
170
165
186
178
206
163
226
160
178
250
165
215
150
205
230
220
195
190
190
225
185
180
200
275
168
160
262
195
160
336
176
235
190
170
230
235
155
239
300
Cl
Hometown/Previous School
Sr.
Paris, Texas / Paris High School
So.
Seminole, Texas / Seminole High School
Jr.
Irving, Texas / Irving MacArthur High School
Fr.
Bloomfield, N.M. / Bloomfield High School
Fr.
Ruidoso, N.M. / Ruidoso High School
R-Fr.
Carlsbad, N.M. / Carlsbad High School
Fr.
Aurora, Colo. / Smoky Hill High School
Fr.
Carlsbad, N.M. / Carlsbad High School
So.
Texico, N.M. / Texico High School
Fr.
San Antonio, Texas / Wagner High School
So.
Albuquerque, N.M. / Del Norte High School
Fr.
Dripping Springs, Texas / Dripping Springs High School
Fr.
Grand Prairie, Texas / Grand Prairie High School
Fr.
Clovis, N.M. / Clovis High School
Jr.
Blackville, S.C. / Blackville-Hilda High School / Feather River College
Fr.
Carlsbad, N.M. / Carlsbad High School
Jr.
Mt. Enterprise, Texas / Mt. Enterprise ISD / Kilgore Junior College
Jr.
Early, Texas / Early High School
Jr.
Rio Rancho, N.M. / Rio Rancho High School
Fr.
Las Cruces, N.M. / Las Cruces High School
Fr.
Riverside, Calif. / Norte Vista High School
Fr.
Spring, Texas / Oak Ridge High School
Fr.
New Orleans, La. / Lamar High School
Sr.
Los Lunas, N.M. / Los Lunas HS
Fr.
El Paso, Texas / El Dorado High School
Jr.
Levelland, Texas / Levelland High School/ South Plains College
Fr.
Lubbock, Texas / Anton High School
So.
Amarillo, Texas / Bushland High School
So.
Hutto, Texas / Hutto High School
Sr.
Cleveland, Texas / Cleveland High School
Sr.
Bay City, Texas / Bay City High School
Fr.
Brownfield, Texas / Brownfield High School
So.
New Orleans, La. / West Side High School (Houston, Texas)
Fr.
Albuquerque, N.M. / Cibola High School
Fr.
Gilbert, Ariz. / Highland High School
So.
Aztec, N.M. / Aztec High School
So.
Farmington, N.M. / Piedra Vista High School
Jr.
Farmington, N.M. / Piedra Vista High School
Fr.
Albuquerque, N.M. / Valley High School
Gr.
Montreal, Quebec, Canada / Lakeshore High School
Fr.
Lubbock, Texas / Monterey High School
So.
Irving, Texas / Irving Macarthur High School
Fr.
Carlsbad, N.M. / Carlsbad High School
Fr.
Belen, N.M. / Belen High School
Fr.
Albuquerque, N.M. / Cibola High School
Fr.
Houston, Texas / Lamar High School
Fr.
Albuquerque, N.M. / Valley High School
Fr.
Albuquerque, N.M. / Valley High School
Jr.
Portales, N.M. / Portales High School
Fr.
Hobbs, N.M. / Hobbs High School
Jr.
Rio Rancho, N.M. / Rio Rancho High School
Jr.
Hale Center, Texas / Hale Center High School
So.
Killeen, Texas / Harker Heights High School
Sr.
Fort Lauderdale Lakes, Fla. / Boyd Anderson High School/ Fullerton College
Sr.
San Diego, Calif. / Patrick Henry High School/Grossmont Junior College
Fr.
Midland, Texas / Midland Lee High School
Fr.
Artesia, N.M. / Artesia High School
So.
Rochester, N.Y. / Anderson High School (Austin, Texas)
Jr.
Houston, Texas / Westside High School
Sr.
College Station, Texas / A&M Consolidated High School
So.
Hobbs, N.M. / Hobbs High School
So.
Idalon, Texas / Idalon High School
Fr.
Clovis, N.M. / Clovis High School
Jr.
Smithville, Texas / Smithville High School
Jr.
Los Angeles, Calif. / Redondo Union High School / Los Angeles Harbor College
Fr.
Wilton, Calif. / Bradshaw Christian High School
Jr.
Dickinson, Texas / Dickinson High School / Tyler Junior College
Jr.
Roswell, N.M. / Goddard High School
Fr.
Sealy, Texas / Sealy High School
Jr.
Stone Mountain, Ga. / Feather River College
Fr.
Las Vegas, Nev. / Union High School
Jr.
Rio Rancho, N.M. / Rio Rancho High School
Fr.
Brooklyn, N.Y. / Hudson County School of Technology
Fr.
Artesia, N.M. / Artesia High School
Jr.
San Mateo, Calif. / Tonga College Atele / College of San Mateo
So.Delray Beach, Fla. / Atlantic Community High School / Highland Community College
37
92
11
47
35
86
20
75
95
61
66
43
19
91
77
65
3
24
9
89
44
49
78
40
18
56
33
90
63
80
79
27
45
85
46
12
Ryan Martinez
Michael Matthews
Bracy McCoy
Joey Mendez
Dillon Metzger
Stefan Mills
Domingo Morales
Linvel Mosby
Lorenzo Murphy
Nicky Nave
Daniel O’Brien
Logan O’Brien
Mark O’Neal
Ian Ogando
Ricky Padilla
Mark Peña
William Porter
Jonathan Quint
Drew Rance
Miguel Redarte
Chris Redmond
Luis Reyes
Adam Robinson
Hector Salgado
Josh Schroeder
Josh Sell
Perron Sellers
Jayson Serda
Sterling Sitton
Ronnie Slater
Cody Slvski
Clayton Smiley
Kevin Smith
Stephen Smith
Zac Stancell
Kyle Stephens
Michael Stephens
Berry Stinnett
Tanner Streety
Keighen Thetford
De’Coreyon Thomas
Jeff Tuck
David Tulikihihifo
Tony Valenzuela
Aaron Vaughan
Dustin Ventura
Jaime Villafuerte
Dyland Walker
Justin Ward
Kevin Washington
Dupri Wells
Tyler Wencka
Lane Wood
Wesley Wood
Xavier Worthy
S
WR
DE
LB
SR
RB
WR
S
OL
RB
QB
QB
OL
DT
OG
OT
LB
LB
DL
QB
DB
WR
OT
OG
LB
OL
LB
S
WR
S
WR
C
DT
DE
LB
RB
LB
WR
OT
LB
RB
QB
DL
RB
DL
LB
OT
WR
OL
CB
ILB
DE
LB
QB
DB
6-0
6-2
6-1
6-2
5-7
6-0
5-9
6-0
6-5
5-6
6-1
6-5
6-1
6-0
6-1
6-1
6-0
6-0
6-3
6-3
5-11
5-7
6-6
6-1
6-3
6-2
6-1
5-11
5-11
6-3
5-11
6-2
6-5
6-3
5-11
6-0
6-5
6-2
6-3
6-0
5-9
6-0
6-3
5-5
6-5
6-0
6-1
6-3
6-5
5-11
6-0
6-5
5-11
6-2
5-11
165
210
260
190
175
200
155
196
310
160
190
201
307
345
275
300
200
230
279
160
180
195
310
232
250
308
205
186
200
227
165
363
270
240
167
195
200
200
300
200
190
208
334
180
265
218
300
210
315
177
195
210
195
175
178
Fr.
So.
Jr.
Jr.
R-Fr.
Jr.
Fr.
Jr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Fr.
Fr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
So.
Jr.
Fr.
Fr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Sr.
So.
Fr.
Jr.
Fr.
Fr.
Jr.
Sr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Jr.
Sr.
So.
So.
Fr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Fr.
Jr.
Fr.
Fr.
So.
Jr.
Jr.
Fr.
Hereford, Texas / Hereford High School
Amarillo, Texas / Bushland High School
Freeport, Texas / Brazosport High School
Odessa, Texas / Permian High School
Rio Rancho, N.M. / Rio Rancho High School
Clovis, N.M. / Clovis High School
Hitchcock Texas / Santa Fe, Texas
Odessa, Texas / Odessa Permian High School
Galveston, Texas / Ball High School / Tyler Junior College
Seminole, Texas / Seminole High School / Hardin-Simmons University
Albuquerque, N.M. / Eldorado High School
San Angelo, Texas / San Angelo Central High School
Houston, Texas / Mayde Creek High School
La Porte, Texas / La Porte High School
Las Cruces, N.M. / Las Cruces High School
Houston, Texas / Mayde Creek High School
Portales, N.M. / Portales High School
Dalhart, Texas / Dalhart High School
Alamogordo, N.M. / Alamogordo High School
Chaparral, N.M. / Anthony High School
Oakland, California / Houston Westside High School
Artesia, N.M. / Artesia High School
Lubbock, Texas / Lubbock Cooper HS
Rio Rancho, N.M. / Rio Rancho High School
Hobbs, N.M. / Hobbs High School
Liberty, Texas / Liberty High School
La Marque, Texas / La Marque High School/Fullerton Junior College
Albuquerque, N.M. / Manzano High School
Amarillo, Texas / Tascosa High School
Varnville, S.C. / Wade Hampton High School / Feather River College
Bushland, Texas / Bushland High School
Friona, Texas / Friona High School
Albuquerque, N.M. / Sandia High School
Albuquerque, N.M. / La Cueva High School
Farwell, Texas / Farwell High School
Augusta, Ga. / Los Alamos High School
Rockwall, Texas / Rockwall High School
Fort Sumner, N.M. / Fort Sumner High School
Meadow, Texas / Meadow High School
Arlington, Texas / Arlington High School
Dickinson, Texas / Dickinson High School
Dripping Springs, Texas / Dripping Springs High School
Lawndale, Calif. / Redondo Union High School / El Camino Junion College
Seagraves, Texas / Seagraves HS
Texico, N.M. / Texico HS/ Howard College/ Tarleton State/ Texas Tech
Amarillo, Texas / Tascosa High School
San Antonio, Texas / Ronald Reagan High School
Schertz, Texas / Samuel Clemens High School
Brownwood, Texas / Brownwood High School
St. Louis, Mo. / Sandra Day O’Connor High School
San / MacArthur High School
Schertz, Texas / Samuel Clemens High School
Amarillo, Texas / Muleshoe High School
Muleshoe, Texas / Muleshoe High School
San Antonio, Texas / Wagner High School
New Mexico Highlands University
Football Roster
Head Coach: Offensive Line Coach / Recruiting Coordinator: Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks: Defensive Coordinator: Defensive Line Coach / Director of Football Operations: Wide Receivers Coach: Linebackser Coach: Tight Ends Coach: Assistant Coach: No.
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Name
Kevon Williams
Gary Doxy
Tony Udley
Harold Mobley
Deandre Green
Jequerie Proctor
Keondric Reynolds
Niko Aumua
Jermaine Holmes
Anthony Yarbrough
Cordelle Nugent
Clint Barnard
Nick Ponce
Zach Tapia
Moses Keys
Emmanuel Lewis
Harry Desile
Kevin Hal
De’Andre Clemons
Clarence White
Eric Pesante
Kennis Lewis
Taylor Greene
Virdell Larkins
Solomon Kennard
Kyle Legere DiAmaal Holmes
Abdul Kanneh
Jeremy Schwiesow
Greg Lawson
Alex Gaines
Bakari Davis
Robert Campbell
Jordan Campbell
Ernesto Guerra
Daszmen Guy
Call Barnard
James Finklea
Stephen Trevino
Jamiah Ellis
Toni Cognasi
David Padilla
Ryan Thayer
Brandon Riebli
Jack Ivers
TJ Norris
Demarcus Lattier
Kyle Bell
Devin Howard
Nick Conlan
Marcus McClarty
Pos.
WR
DB/S
DB/S
QB
WR
RB
WR
DL
RB
DB/S
LB
LB
QB
K/P
WR
QB
WR
LB
CB
DL
RB
CB
CB
DB/S
CB
LB
DB/S
CB
RB
DB/S
RB
RB
LB
LB
K/P
CB
DL
RB
DL
CB
OL
OL
OL
OL
OL
LB
DL
DL
DL
DL
OL
Eric Young
Chad Raymond
Sheldon Cross
Robbie Quinn
Tony Pavlic
Kenny Jackson
Ivan Cordova
Art Abreu Jr.
Chris Ferragamo
Cl.
6’-0”
6’-1”
5’-11
6’-5”
6’-3”
5’-11”
5’-11”
6’-6”
6’-0”
6’-1
6’-0”
6’-4”
6’-5”
5’-11”
6’-6”
6’-3”
6’-1”
6’-4”
5’-9”
6’-4”
5’-9”
5’-11”
5’-9”
6’-0”
5’-10”
6’-0
5’-11”
6’-0”
5’-4”
5’-11”
5’-7”
5’-9”
6’-0”
6’-0”
5’-11”
6’-3”
6’-0”
5’-11”
6’-3”
5’-10”
6’-0”
6’-1”
6’-2”
6’-1”
5”-11”
5’-11”
6’-2”
6’-3”
6’-3”
5’-11”
6’-0”
Ht.
170
195
200
225
185
195
185
240
180
185
215
225
230
190
230
190
195
235
165
220
195
180
180
200
170
205
170
170
150
185
175
170
200
230
190
185
220
220
240
165
270
250
240
295
250
230
295
260
260
245
275
Wt.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
RFr.
Sr.
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Jr.
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Sr.
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Hometown
Houston, Texas
Los Angeles, Calif
Hickman, Ky.
Corona, Calif.
Oakland, Calif.
Richmond, Calif.
Dumfries, Va.
San Jose, Calif.
Conway, S.C.
Los Angeles, Calif.
Victorville, Calif.
Melrose, N.M.
Arcadia, Calif.
Roseville, Calif.
San Francisco, Calif.
Bakersfield, Calif.
North Miami, Fla.
Oakland, Calif.
Los Angeles, Calif.
Antioch, Calif.
Corona, Calif.
Houston, Texas
Dallas, Texas
Oakland, Calif.
San Bernardino, Calif.
Norco, Calif.
Houston, Texas
Woodbridge, Va.
Buckeye, Ariz.
Las Vegas, Nev.
Hawthorne, Calif.
Renton, Wash.
Norco, Calif.
Norco, Calif.
Lancaster, Texas
San Jose, Calif.
Melrose, N.M.
Dallas, Texas
Bethany, Okla.
Rowlett, Texas
Amarillo, Texas
Valencia, Calif
Norco, Calif.
Sebastapol, Calif.
Plano, Texas
Longview, Calif.
Dallas, Texas
Visalia, Calif.
Yreka, Calif.
Seattle, Wash.
Richmond, Calif.
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RS
RS
RS
RS
RS
Mike Schultheis
Oscar Hernandez
Demetrius Moore
Avery Hill
Stanley Martin
Diondre Toms
Zeb White
Matt Santianelles
Jared Womack
DeMonte Bell
John Paul
Barry Wilson
Ryan Gonzales
Josh Keys
Joe McDaniel
Jeremy Magner
Tim Jordan-Moore
Anthony Jones
Sampson Baca
Weston Brule
Yusuf Mohammed
Porter Hill
Demetrius Johnson
Torian Patterson
OL
OL
OL
OL
OL
WR
WR
WR
WR
WR
DL
WR
WR
WR
DL
DL
DL
DL
QB
CB
LB
OL
LB
CB
6’-4”
6’-3”
6’-5”
6’-1”
6’-6”
6’-0”
6’-0
5’-11”
6’-0”
6’-0”
6’-6”
6’-3”
6’-2”
6’-5”
6’-5”
6’-2
6’-5”
6’-2”
5’-9”
5’-11”
6’-0”
6’-6”
6’-1”
5’-10”
300
295
290
330
280
160
195
190
165
180
260
180
195
225
245
215
270
305
160
175
215
300
225
175
Jr.
Jr.
Jr.
Jr.
Jr.
Fr.
Jr.
Jr.
RFr.
Jr.
Jr.
So.
Fr.
So.
RFr.
Fr.
Jr.
Jr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Jr.
Fr.
Fr.
Los Angeles, Calif.
East Los Angeles, Calif.
Berkeley, Calif.
Oakland, Calif.
Compton, Calif.
Renton, Wash.
Fresno, Calif.
Albuquerque, N.M.
Clovis, N.M.
Los Angeles, Calif.
Immokalee, Fla.
Tulare, Calif.
Silver City, N.M.
San Francisco, Calif.
Puyallup, Wash.
Queensbury, N.Y.
Houston, Texas
Plant City, Fla.
Roy, N.M.
Norco, Calif.
Lagos, Nigeria
Compton, Calif.
Greensboro, N.C.
Greensboro, N.C.
Eastern New Mexico vs New Mexico Highlands
ENMU Offense
QB
12 Wesley Wood
NMHU Defense
DE
85 John Paul
(6-2, 175, Jr., Muleshoe, Texas)
(6-6 260 Jr. Immokalee, Fla.)
(6-1, 195, So., Amarillo, Texas)
(6-2 215 Fr. Queensbury, N.Y.)
(5-5, 186, Sr., Seagraves, Texas)
(6-2 305 Jr. Plant City, Fla.)
(5-11, 205, Jr., Clovis, N.M.)
(6-5 270 Jr. Houston, Texas)
(6-6, 310, Sr., Lubbock, Texas)
(6-3 260 Jr. Yreka, Calif.)
(6-5, 310, Jr., Galveston, Texas)
(6-2 295 Jr. Dallas, Texas)
(6-1, 300, Jr., San Antonio, Texas)
(5-11 200 Sr. Hickman, Ken.)
(6-2, 308. Fr., Liberty, Texas)
(6-0 200 Sr. Oakland, Calif.)
FB
LT
LG
2 Sawyer Cornelius
33 Tony Valenzuela
28 Troy Harris
77 Adam Robinson
75 Lorenzo Murphy
63 Jaime Villafuerte
Josh Sell
C
78 Tanner Streety
(6-3, 300, Sr., Meadow, Texas)
61 Ricky Padilla
DT
DE
OLB MLB
94 Jeremy Magner
99 Anthony Jones
95 Tim Jordan Moore
58 Devin Howard
56 Demarcus Lattier
3 Tony Udley
24 Virdell Larkins
11 Cordelle Nugent
(6-0 215 Sr. Victorville, Calif.)
12 Clint Barnard
(6-1, 275, Sr., Las Cruces, N.M.)
(6-4 225 R-Fr. Melrose, N.M.)
(6-1, 300, Sr., San Antonio, Texas)
(5-11 230 Sr. Longview, Calif.)
(6-3, 336, Jr., Dickinson, Texas)
(6-0 200 Fr. Norco, Calif.)
(6-5, 315, Jr., Brownwood, Texas)
(6-6 240 Jr. Antioch, Calif.)
(6-4, 235, Fr., Sealy, Texas)
(6-6 240 Jr. San Jose, Calif.)
(6-2, 200, Jr., Fort Sumner, N.M.)
(5-9 165 Sr. Los Angeles, Calif.)
(6-0, 160, R-Fr., Carlsbad, N.M.)
(5-9 180 Sr. Dallas, Texas)
(5-7, 176, Jr., Roswell, N.M.)
(6-1 185 Sr. Los Angeles, Calif.)
(5-10, 180, Jr., Houston, Texas)
(5-11 185 So. Las Vegas, Nev.)
(6-0, 185, Sr., Bay City, Texas)
(5-11 180 So Houston, Texas)
(6-2, 215, So., Texico, N.M.)
(5-11 170 So. Houston, Texas)
(6-2, 210, So., Amarillo, Texas)
(5-10 170 Jr. San Bernardino, Calif.)
28 Abdul Kanneh
(6-0 170 Jr. Woodbridge, Va.)
RG
RT
WR
WR
WR
WR
66 Mark Pena
72 Chris Kyles
79 Justin Ward
68 Dakota Lake
49 Berry Stinnett
31 Robbie Arrington
4 Chase Kyser
8 Arvin Jackson
5 Darian Dale
81 Seth Bailey
37 Michael Matthews
16 Noelin Henry
(5-11, 195, Sr., Fort Lauderdale Lakes, Fla.)
WLB
OLB
CB
SS
FS
CB
55 TJ Norris
36 Jordan Campbell
20 Clarence White
8 Niko Aumua
19 DeAndre Clemons
23 Taylor Greene
10 Anthony Yarbrough
32 Greg Lawson
22 Kennis Lewis
27 DiAmaal Holmes
25 Solomon Kennard
Eastern New Mexico vs New Mexico Highlands
NMHU Offense
QB
16
4
FB
44
43
TB
6
9
XWR 1
86
YWR 15
18
ZWR 5
7
LT
72
72
LG
50
53
C
51
52
RG
54
63
RT
70
76
ENMU Defense
Emmanuel Lewis
DE
(6-3 190 Jr. Bakersfield, Calif.)
(6-2, 239, Jr, San Mateo, Calif.)
(6-5 225 R-Fr. Corona, Calif.)
(6-1, 260, Jr., Freeport, Texas)
(6-3 240 Jr. Bethany, Okla.)
(6-3, 240, Sr., Albuquerque, N.M.)
(5-11 220 Jr. Dallas, Texas)
(6-5, 265, Sr., Texico, N.M.)
(5-11 195 Jr. Richmond, Calif.)
(6-0, 345, Jr, La Porte, Texas)
(6-0 180 Jr. Conway, S.C.)
(6-1, 256, So, Seminole, Texas)
(6-0 170 Jr. Houston, Texas)
(6-3, 232, Jr., Rio Rancho, N.M.)
(6-3 180 So Tulare, Calif.)
(6-5, 210, So., Schertz, Texas)
(6-6 230 Jr. San Francisco, Calif.)
(6-4 235 Jr. Oakland, Calif.)
(6-2, 190, Jr., Odessa, Texas)
1 Saufeni Fuahala
(5-10, 206, So., Irving, Texas)
(6-3 185 Sr. Oakland, Calif.)
(6-1, 205, Sr., Denton, Texas)
(5-11 185 Jr. Dumfries, Va.)
(6-0, 210. So., Farmington, N.M.)
(6-3 295 Jr. East Los Angeles, Calif.)
(6-0, 200, So., Arlington, Texas)
(6-5 290 Jr. Berkeley, Calif.)
(5-11, 195, Jr., Amarillo, Texas)
(6--0 270 Jr. Amarillo, Texas)
(6-0, 196, Jr., Odessa, Texas)
(6-1 295 So Sebastapol, Calif.)
(5-10, 195, Jr.., Irving, Texas)
(6-1 250 Sr. Valencia, Calif.)
(5-10, 180, So., New Orleans, La.)
(6-2 240 Fr. Norco, Calif.)
(5-11, 180, Jr., Oakland, Calif.)
(5-11 250 So. Plano, Texas)
(5-11, 186, So., Albuquerque, N.M.)
(6-0 275 Jr. Richmond, Calif.)
(6-3, 227, Jr.., Varnville, S.C.)
(6-4 300 Jr. Los Angeles, Calif.)
(6-0, 195, Jr., Los Angeles, Calif.)
(6-6 280 Jr. Compton, Calif.)
(6-0, 185, So., Rochester, NY)
Harold Mobley
Stephen Trevino
James Finklea
Jequerie Proctor
Jermaine Holmes
Kevon Williams
Barry Wilson
Moses Keys
Kevin Hal
DeAndre Green
Keondric Reynolds
Oscar Hernandez
Demtrius Moore
Toni Cognasi
Brandon Reibli
David Padilla
Ryan Thayer
Jack Ivers
Marcus McClarity
Mike Schultheis
Stanley Martin
DT
NG
DE
SAM
MIKE
WILL
48 Sosefo Maka
92 Bracy McCoy
44 Stephen Smith
90 Aaron Vaughan
95 Ian Ogando
51 Daniel Allen
98 Malcolm Butters
85 Tyler Wencka
11 Joey Mendez
3 Perron Sellers
17 Eli Finch
40 Keighen Thetford
46 Lane Wood
HOUND20 Linvel Mosby
CB
FS
CB
22 Denton Allmon
7 Keith Davis
19 Chris Redmond
24 Jayson Serda
9 Ronnie Slater
10 Nick Jones
21 Lloyd Black
Eastern New Mexico vs New Mexico Highlands
ENMU Special Teams NMHU Special Teams
P
39 Taylor Cannon
(6-3, 230, Sr., Los Lunas, N.M.)
36 Michael Cottingham
(6-0, 171, So., Hutto, Texas)
K
39 Taylor Cannon
(6-3, 230, Sr., Los Lunas, N.M.)
36 Michael Cottingham
(6-0, 171, So., Hutto, Texas)
LS
35 Stefan Mills
(6-0, 200, Jr., Clovis, N.M.)
H
4 Chase Kyser
(5-7, 176, Jr., Roswell, N.M.)
PR
24 Jayson Serda
(5-11, 186, So., Albuquerque, N.M.)
34 Chris Davis
(5-9, 175, Fr., Brownfield, Texas)
KR
24 Jayson Serda
(5-11, 186, So., Albuquerque, N.M.)
34 Chris Davis
(5-9, 175, Fr., Brownfield, Texas)
K
38 Ernesto Guerra
(5-11 190 Sr. Lancaster, Texas)
P
38 Ernesto Guerra
(5-11 190 Sr. Lancaster, Texas)
DS
44 Steven Trevino
(6-3 240 Jr. Bethany, Okla.)
H
5 DeAndre Green
(6-3 185 Sr. Oakland, Calif.)
PR
1 Kevon Williams
(6-0 170 Jr. Houston, Texas)
KR
1 Kevon Williams
(6-0 170 Jr. Houston, Texas)
2010 Statistics
The Automated ScoreBook
Eastern New Mexico Overall Team Statistics (as of Jun 16, 2011)
All games
Team Statistics
SCORING
Points Per Game
FIRST DOWNS
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
RUSHING YARDAGE
Yards gained rushing
Yards lost rushing
Rushing Attempts
Average Per Rush
Average Per Game
TDs Rushing
PASSING YARDAGE
Comp-Att-Int
Average Per Pass
Average Per Catch
Average Per Game
TDs Passing
TOTAL OFFENSE
Total Plays
Average Per Play
Average Per Game
KICK RETURNS: #-Yards
PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards
INT RETURNS: #-Yards
KICK RETURN AVERAGE
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE
INT RETURN AVERAGE
FUMBLES-LOST
PENALTIES-Yards
Average Per Game
PUNTS-Yards
Average Per Punt
Net punt average
TIME OF POSSESSION/Game
3RD-DOWN Conversions
3rd-Down Pct
4TH-DOWN Conversions
4th-Down Pct
SACKS BY-Yards
MISC YARDS
TOUCHDOWNS SCORED
FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS
ON-SIDE KICKS
RED-ZONE SCORES
RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS
PAT-ATTEMPTS
ATTENDANCE
Games/Avg Per Game
Neutral Site Games
1st
2nd
Score by Quarters
Eastern New Mexico
75 124
Opponents
104 99
ENMU
380
34.5
267
89
144
34
1415
1638
223
366
3.9
128.6
14
3318
332-542-22
6.1
10.0
301.6
30
4733
908
5.2
430.3
41-739
16-123
17-458
18.0
7.7
26.9
15-10
94-863
78.5
59-2223
37.7
33.5
24:37
83/195
43%
9/19
47%
25-177
31
49
13-18
0-0
(41-51) 80%
(30-51) 59%
(45-46) 98%
17327
6/2888
3rd
85
71
4th
93
47
OT
3
6
Total
380
327
OPP
327
29.7
239
91
124
24
1890
2213
323
469
4.0
171.8
16
2615
219-442-17
5.9
11.9
237.7
24
4505
911
4.9
409.5
63-1445
21-187
22-222
22.9
8.9
10.1
10-8
110-981
89.2
68-2395
35.2
31.9
35:19
82/203
40%
10/28
36%
27-151
0
44
7-13
1-1
(33-45) 73%
(27-45) 60%
(32-38) 84%
13549
5/2710
0/0
2010 Statistics
The Automated ScoreBook
Eastern New Mexico Overall Individual Statistics (as of Jun 16, 2011)
All games
Rushing
Tony Valenzuela
Wesley Wood
Troy Harris
Melvis Hawkins
Stefan Mills
Darian Dale
De'Coreyon Thomas
Berry Stinnett
Arvin Jackson
Sawyer Cornelius
TEAM
Total
Opponents
Passing
gp-gs
10-3
11-11
10-4
9-0
11-4
11-9
2-0
10-0
11-0
2-0
7-0
11
11
gp-gs
Wesley Wood
Sawyer Cornelius
Total
Opponents
11-11
2-0
11
11
Receiving
gp-gs
Jessie Poku
Darian Dale
Chase Kyser
Carl Bouldin
Arvin Jackson
Stefan Mills
Tony Valenzuela
Nicholas Hill
Troy Harris
Melvis Hawkins
Tyler Finch
Berry Stinnett
Noelin Henry
Total
Opponents
att
gain loss
net avg td
137 656 32 624 4.6 7
122 553 157 396 3.2 3
55 247
4 243 4.4 1
19
92 10
82 4.3 2
21
75
1
74 3.5 1
1
11
0
11 11.0 0
1
4
0
4 4.0 0
1
0
1
-1 -1.0 0
1
0
1
-1 -1.0 0
1
0
6
-6 -6.0 0
7
0 11 -11 -1.6 0
366 1638 223 1415 3.9 14
469 2213 323 1890 4.0 16
effic comp-att-int
pct
lg avg/g
27
38
16
30
13
11
4
0
0
0
0
38
58
yds td
122.79 331-541-22 61.2 3313 30
142.00
1-1-0
100.
5 0
122.83 332-542-22 61.3 3318 30
109.47 219-442-17 49.5 2615 24
no.
yds
11-10 86 932
11-9 65 704
11-11 43 375
11-11 35 534
11-0 25 179
11-4 21 202
10-3 17
79
7-0 14
94
10-4 13
71
9-0
6
54
3-0
5
85
10-0
1
5
9-0
1
4
11 332 3318
11 219 2615
avg
10.8
10.8
8.7
15.3
7.2
9.6
4.6
6.7
5.5
9.0
17.0
5.0
4.0
10.0
11.9
td
11
5
4
5
2
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
30
24
lg avg/g
54
41
43
60
38
35
26
13
21
40
48
5
4
60
50
84.7
64.0
34.1
48.5
16.3
18.4
7.9
13.4
7.1
6.0
28.3
0.5
0.4
301.6
237.7
62.4
36.0
24.3
9.1
6.7
1.0
2.0
-0.1
-0.1
-3.0
-1.6
128.6
171.8
lg avg/g
60 301.2
5 2.5
60 301.6
50 237.7
Punt Returns
no.
Interceptions
no.
6
3
2
2
1
1
1
1
17
22
146
36
93
77
76
0
20
10
458
222
Kick Returns
no.
yds avg td
Fumble Returns
no.
yds avg td
Jessie Poku
Chase Kyser
Rodney Mitchell
Jayson Serda
Total
Opponents
Tillman Stevens
Tavius Bigelow
Devin Sweet
Curtis Jackson
Rodney Mitchell
Perron Sellers
Linvel Mosby
Nathan Uland
Total
Opponents
Arvin Jackson
Berry Stinnett
Tony Valenzuela
De'Coreyon Thomas
Lane Wood
Devin Sweet
Saufeni Fuahala
Jessie Poku
TEAM
Eli Finch
Total
Opponents
Perron Sellers
Nathan Uland
Curtis Jackson
Total
Opponents
13
1
1
1
16
21
yds avg td
115
0
3
5
123
187
0
0
0
0
0
0
yds avg td
26 570
3
30
3
52
2
38
2
13
1
0
1
4
1
32
1
0
1
0
41 739
63 1445
1
1
1
3
1
8.8
0.0
3.0
5.0
7.7
8.9
17
5
15
37
24
24.3
12.0
46.5
38.5
76.0
0.0
20.0
10.0
26.9
10.1
21.9
10.0
17.3
19.0
6.5
0.0
4.0
32.0
0.0
0.0
18.0
22.9
17.0
5.0
15.0
12.3
24.0
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
4
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
lg
22
0
0
5
22
26
lg
62
20
78
77
76
0
20
10
78
51
lg
75
17
25
21
13
0
4
32
0
0
75
84
lg
17
5
15
17
24
2010 Statistics
The Automated ScoreBook
Eastern New Mexico Overall Individual Statistics (as of Jun 16, 2011)
All games
Scoring
Taylor Cannon
Jessie Poku
Tony Valenzuela
Darian Dale
Carl Bouldin
Chase Kyser
Wesley Wood
Curtis Jackson
Troy Harris
Melvis Hawkins
Arvin Jackson
Tyler Finch
Rodney Mitchell
Stefan Mills
Nicholas Hill
Tavius Bigelow
Tillman Stevens
Devin Sweet
Total
Opponents
Field Goals
td
fg
kick
- 13-18 45-46
11 7 5 5 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 49 13-18 45-46
44 7-13 32-38
fg
PAT
rush rcv pass dxp saf
0-1
0-1
3-3
- - - 1 - - - 1-2
- - - - - - - - - - - 1 1-2
2 2-2
-
pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99
Taylor Cannon
13-18 72.2 1-1
FG Sequence
Eastern New Mexico
Southern Nazarene
(31),32
Angelo State
(28)
Midwestern State
(23)
Texas A&M-Commerce 43,(36),(40),(32)
Southwestern Okla.
(43),28,41
Central Oklahoma
East Central
(32),(33)
Abilene Christian
Southeastern Okla.
Northeastern State
(29),(30),(23),(19)
Tarleton
38
4-5
6-8
2-4
Opponents
32
(37),(20),(22)
31,20
(36)
27
(52),(35)
33
35
(26)
Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.
0-0
Total Offense
pts
- 84
- 66
- 42
- 32
- 30
- 24
- 18
- 12
- 12
- 12
- 12
6
6
6
6
6
6
0
- 380
- 327
lg blk
43
0
g plays
rush pass
total avg/g
Wesley Wood
Tony Valenzuela
Troy Harris
Melvis Hawkins
Stefan Mills
Darian Dale
De'Coreyon Thomas
Arvin Jackson
Berry Stinnett
Sawyer Cornelius
TEAM
Total
Opponents
11
10
10
9
11
11
2
11
10
2
7
11
11
Punting
no. yds avg
Kickoffs
no. yds avg tb ob retn
Taylor Cannon
Wesley Wood
Michael Cottingham
Total
Opponents
Michael Cottingham
Taylor Cannon
Total
Opponents
663 396 3313 3709 337.2
137 624
0 624 62.4
55 243
0 243 24.3
19
82
0
82 9.1
21
74
0
74 6.7
1
11
0
11 1.0
1
4
0
4 2.0
1
-1
0
-1 -0.1
1
-1
0
-1 -0.1
2
-6
5
-1 -0.5
7 -11
0 -11 -1.6
908 1415 3318 4733 430.3
911 1890 2615 4505 409.5
34 1381
13 443
12 399
59 2223
68 2395
67 3994
4 214
71 4208
60 3428
40.6
34.1
33.2
37.7
35.2
lg tb
62
45
48
62
61
59.6 5
53.5 0
59.3 5
57.1 13
2
1
0
3
5
fc i20 50+ blk
1 3
0 6
0 3
1 12
9 20
8
0
0
8
8
0
0
0
0
1
net ydln
1
0
1 22.9 37.5
2 18.0 40.5
32
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The Automated ScoreBook
Eastern New Mexico Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Jun 16, 2011)
All games
Tackles
Defensive Leaders
gp-gs
a
tot
tfl/yds
1
Tillman Stevens
Nathan Uland
Curtis Jackson
Perron Sellers
Matt Kalisch
Linvel Mosby
Tavius Bigelow
Rodney Mitchell
Bracy McCoy
Ian Ogando
Devin Sweet
Keith Davis
Lane Wood
Cyle Jones
Joseph Henry
Wes Byrd
Saufeni Fuahala
Joey Mendez
Aaron Vaughan
Jayson Serda
Chase Kyser
Eli Finch
Stephen Smith
Chris Redmond
Stefan Mills
Keighen Thetford
Berry Stinnett
Jessie Poku
Karlton Graves
Tyler Wencka
Taylor Cannon
Melvis Hawkins
Carl Bouldin
Tony Valenzuela
Darian Dale
Daniel Allen
Michael Cottingham
Nicholas Hill
Desmond Anaya
Wesley Wood
Cody Blocker
Sawyer Cornelius
Ryan Torres
Henry Cully
Malcolm Butters
Total
Opponents
11-10
61
61
11-11
46
54
10-8
44
54
11-11
34
44
11-11
25
31
11-0
24
23
9-4
24
14
10-10
24
13
11-11
18
19
10-9
11
25
9-6
19
17
11-7
22
6
11-0
8
17
10-4
6
15
4-4
3
17
10-3
9
9
10-5
4
14
11-0
7
10
9-1
9
7
8-1
7
7
11-11
9
4
9-0
6
6
10-0
5
3
10-0
2
4
11-4
1
4
6-0
4
1
10-0
2
2
11-10
3
.
8-8
1
2
3-0
1
1
11-0
1
1
9-0
1
1
11-11
1
1
10-3
.
2
11-9
1
1
1-0
1
1
11-0
1
.
7-0
1
.
4-0
1
.
11-11
1
.
7-0
1
.
2-0
1
.
10-10
.
1
8-0
1
.
2-0
.
.
11
451 492
11
424 443
122
100
98
78
56
47
38
37
37
36
36
28
25
21
20
18
18
17
16
14
13
12
8
6
5
5
4
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
.
943
867
7.0-17
8.5-22
2.0-3
6.5-35
15.5-87
.
0.5-1
0.5-0
9.0-47
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#39 Taylor Cannon Single-Game Highs
D2Football.com Player of the Week Sept. 17, 2009
Fred Mitchell Outstanding Placekicker Award, Sept. 2009, Sept. 2010
LSC South Special teams Player of the Week
PAT’s:
Field Goals
Points
Longest Field Goal:
10 (10-10) vs Texas A&M-Commerce; Sept. 19, 2009
6 (6-7) vs. Southeastern Oklahoma State; Sept. 13, 2009
21 vs. Southeastern Oklahoma State; Sept. 13, 2009
43 yards at Southeastern Oklahoma State; Oct. 2, 2010
Individual Career History
Taylor Cannon
SCORING
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
FIELD GOALS
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
PUNTING
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
TACKLES
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
KICKOFFS
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
g
1
11
11
23
td rush
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
rcv
ret
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
pat 2pat
0
39
45
84
0
0
0
0
g
made
att
long
pct
1
11
11
23
0
11
13
24
0
14
18
32
0
41
43
43
0.0
78.6
72.2
75.0
g
no.
yards
long
avg
1
11
11
23
0
16
34
50
0
653
1347
2000
0
58
61
61
0.0
40.8
39.6
40.0
fg
total
avg/g
0
11
13
24
0
72
84
156
0.0
6.5
7.6
6.8
g
ua
a
total
tfl
pd
ff
fr
blk
1
11
11
23
0
2
1
3
0
1
1
2
0
3
2
5
0.0-0
0.0-0
0.0-0
0.0-0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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0
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g
no.
yards
avg
1
11
11
23
0
67
4
71
0
3911
214
4125
0.0
58.4
53.5
58.1
#36 Michael Cottingham Single-Game Highs
Punts:
Average
Longest Punt
Inside 20
Kickoffs
Average
Touchbacks
6 at Angelo State; Sept., 4, 2010, vs Southern Nazarene; Aug. 28, 2010
32.5 at Angelo State; Sept., 4, 2010
48 vs Southern Nazarene; Aug. 28, 2010
2 vs Southern Nazarene; Aug. 28, 2010
10 vs Southern Nazarene; Aug. 28, 2010
62.3 vs Southeastern Oklahoma State; Oct. 30, 2010
2 vs Southeastern Oklahoma State; Oct. 30, 2010
Individual Career History
Michael Cottingham
PUNTING
2010
TOTAL
TACKLES
2010
TOTAL
KICKOFFS
2010
TOTAL
g
no.
yards
long
avg
11
11
12
12
399
399
48
48
33.2
33.2
g
ua
a
total
tfl
pd
ff
fr
blk
11
11
1
1
0
0
1
1
0.0-0
0.0-0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
g
no.
yards
avg
11
11
67
67
3994
3994
59.6
59.6
#5 Darian Dale Single-Game Highs
2008 All-Lone Star Conference Honorable Mention
Receptions:
*14 (188 yards, 1 TD) vs. Southeastern Oklahoma State; Sept. 13, 2009
Receiving Yards
188 (14 catches, 1 TD) vs. Southeastern Oklahoma State; Sept. 13, 2009
Longest Reception:
41 yards vs SE Oklahoma State; Oct. 30, 2010, vs Central Oklahoma; Oct. 9, 2010
Touchdown Receptions: 2 vs SE Oklahoma State; Oct. 30, 2010, at Texas A&M-Commerce; Sept. 20, 2008
Rushing Yards:
-1 (1 carry) at Tarleton State; Oct. 18, 2008
Individual Career History
Darian Dale
RUSHING
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
PASSING
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
TOTAL OFFENSE
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
RECEIVING
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
SCORING
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
KICK RETURNS
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
ALL PURPOSE
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
TACKLES
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
g
att
yards
td
long
avg/c
avg/g
10
9
11
30
2
0
1
3
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0
11
3
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0
0
0
0
0
11
11
-4.0
0.0
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1.0
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1.0
0.1
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cmp-att-int
10
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11
30
yards
td long
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0-2-0
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0
g
rush
pass
total
avg/g
10
9
11
30
-8
0
11
3
0
0
0
0
-8
0
11
3
-0.8
0.0
1.0
0.1
g
rec
yards
10 62
704
9 52
537
11 65
704
30 179 1945
g
10
9
11
30
g
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11
30
g
10
9
11
30
td rush
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5
13
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0
24
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13
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36
41
41
rcv
ret
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13
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rcv
pr
kr
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0 537
11 704
3 1945
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avg/g
effic
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0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
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avg/g
6.2
5.8
5.9
6.0
11.4
10.3
10.8
10.9
70.4
59.7
64.0
64.8
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24
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0.0
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pat 2pat
td long
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total
avg/g
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24
24
32
80
2.4
2.7
2.9
2.7
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avg/g
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0.0
2.7
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0.8
ir
total
avg/g
0
696
0
561
0
715
0 1972
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62.3
65.0
65.7
g
ua
a
total
tfl
pd
ff
fr
blk
10
9
11
30
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#18 Troy Harris Single-Game Highs
Yards Rushing:
Carries:
Rushing Touchdowns:
Longest run:
Receptions:
Receiving Yards
Longest Reception:
Kickoff Return Yardage:
90 (16 carries) at Southwestern Oklahoma State, Sept. 5, 2009
17 vs Central Oklahoma, Oct. 9, 2010
4 vs. Texas A&M-Commerce, Sept. 19, 2009
51 yards vs. Texas A&M-Commerce, Sept. 19, 2009
8 (51 yards) vs Southeastern Okla., Sept. 12, 2009
51 (8 catches) vs Southeastern Okla., Sept. 12, 2009
26 yards vs. Texas A&M-Commerce, Sept. 19, 2009
53 (3 returns)vs Southeastern Okla., Sept. 12, 2009
Individual Career History
Troy Harris
RUSHING
2009
2010
TOTAL
TOTAL OFFENSE
2009
2010
TOTAL
RECEIVING
2009
2010
TOTAL
SCORING
2009
2010
TOTAL
PUNT RETURNS
2009
2010
TOTAL
KICK RETURNS
2009
2010
TOTAL
ALL PURPOSE
2009
2010
TOTAL
TACKLES
2009
2010
TOTAL
g
att
yards
td
long
avg/c
avg/g
8
10
18
51
55
106
279
243
522
6
1
7
51
16
51
5.5
4.4
4.9
34.9
24.3
29.0
g
rush
pass
total
avg/g
8
10
18
279
243
522
0
0
0
279
243
522
34.9
24.3
29.0
g
rec
yards
8
10
18
27
13
40
159
71
230
g
8
10
18
g
8
10
18
g
8
10
18
td rush
7
2
9
6
1
7
no. yards
1
0
1
4
0
4
no. yards
7
0
7
122
0
122
td long
1
1
2
26
21
26
rcv
ret
1
1
2
0
0
0
rec/g
avg/c
avg/g
3.4
1.3
2.2
5.9
5.5
5.8
19.9
7.1
12.8
pat 2pat
0
0
0
td long
0
0
0
fg
total
avg/g
0
0
0
42
12
54
5.2
1.2
3.0
avg/r
avg/g
4
0
4
4.0
0.0
4.0
0.5
0.0
0.2
td long
avg/r
avg/g
17.4
0.0
17.4
15.2
0.0
6.8
0
0
0
0
0
0
32
0
32
g
rush
rcv
8
10
18
279
243
522
159
71
230
pr
kr
ir
total
avg/g
4 122
0
0
4 122
0
0
0
564
314
878
70.5
31.4
48.8
g
ua
a
total
tfl
pd
ff
fr
blk
8
10
18
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
0.5-2
0.0-0
0.5-2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
#8 Arvin Jackson Single-Game Highs
Receptions:
Receiving Yards
Touchdowns
Longest Reception:
Touchdown Receptions:
13 (81 yards) vs Tarleton State; Oct. 17, 2009
172 yards vs Texas A&M-Commerce; Sept. 19, 2009
2; vs Incarnate Word; Nov. 7, 2009
71 yards at CSU-Pueblo; Aug. 29, 2009
2 vs Incarnate Word; Nov. 7, 2009,
Individual Career History
Arvin Jackson
RUSHING
2009
2010
TOTAL
TOTAL OFFENSE
2009
2010
TOTAL
RECEIVING
2009
2010
TOTAL
SCORING
2009
2010
TOTAL
KICK RETURNS
2009
2010
TOTAL
ALL PURPOSE
2009
2010
TOTAL
TACKLES
2009
2010
TOTAL
g
att
yards
td
long
avg/c
avg/g
11
11
22
0
1
1
0
-1
-1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0.0
-1.0
-1.0
0.0
-0.1
0.0
g
rush
pass
total
avg/g
11
11
22
0
-1
-1
0
0
0
0
-1
-1
0.0
-0.1
0.0
g
11
11
22
g
11
11
22
rec
yards
td long
73
848
25
179
98 1027
td rush
5
2
7
0
0
0
5
2
7
rcv
ret
5
2
7
0
0
0
g
no. yards
11
11
22
32 641
26 570
58 1211
0
0
0
rush
pr
g
11
11
22
rcv
0 848
-1 179
-1 1027
71
38
71
rec/g
avg/c
avg/g
6.6
2.3
4.5
11.6
7.2
10.5
77.1
16.3
46.7
pat 2pat
0
0
0
td long
36
75
75
kr
0 641
0 570
0 121
0
0
0
fg
total
avg/g
0
0
0
30
12
42
2.7
1.1
1.9
avg/r
avg/g
20.0
21.9
20.9
58.3
51.8
55.0
ir
total
avg/g
0 1489
0
748
0 2237
135.4
68.0
101.7
g
ua
a
total
tfl
pd
ff
fr
blk
11
11
22
1
0
1
1
0
1
2
0
2
0.0-0
0.0-0
0.0-0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
#4 Chase Kyser Single-Game Highs
Receptions:
Receiving Yards
Longest Reception:
Touchdown Receptions:
11 (126 yards, 1 TD) vs Texas A&M-Commerce; Sept. 19, 2009
126 yards vs Texas A&M-Commerce; Sept. 19, 2009
47 yards vs Texas A&M-Commerce; Sept. 19, 2009
1 (seven times) last at Southwestern Oklahoma State, Oct. 2, 2010
Individual Career History
Chase Kyser
RECEIVING
2009
2010
TOTAL
SCORING
2009
2010
TOTAL
PUNT RETURNS
2009
2010
TOTAL
ALL PURPOSE
2009
2010
TOTAL
TACKLES
2009
2010
TOTAL
g
rec
yards
11
11
22
49
43
92
417
375
792
g
11
11
22
g
11
11
22
td rush
4
4
8
0
0
0
no. yards
0
1
1
td long
4
4
8
47
43
47
rcv
ret
4
4
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
avg/c
avg/g
4.5
3.9
4.2
8.5
8.7
8.6
37.9
34.1
36.0
pat 2pat
0
0
0
td long
0
0
0
rec/g
0
0
0
0
0
0
fg
total
avg/g
0
0
0
24
24
48
2.2
2.2
2.2
avg/r
avg/g
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
g
rush
rcv
pr
kr
ir
total
avg/g
11
11
22
0
0
0
417
375
792
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
417
375
792
37.9
34.1
36.0
g
ua
a
total
tfl
pd
ff
fr
blk
11
11
22
0
9
9
0
4
4
0
13
13
0.0-0
0.0-0
0.0-0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
#35 Stefan Mills Single-Game Highs
Yards Rushing:
Carries:
Longest run:
Receptions:
Receiving Yards:
Longest Reception:
100 (27 carries) at Texas A&M-Kingsville; Oct. 24, 2009
27 at Texas A&M-Kingsville; Oct. 24, 2009
27 vs Incarnate Word; Nov. 7, 2009
6 vs Midwestern State; Oct. 31, 2009, vs Tarleton State; Oct. 17, 2009
95 (6 catches); vs Midwestern State; Oct. 31, 2009
35 yards vs #13 Midwestern State; Sept. 11, 2010
Individual Career History
Stefan Mills
RUSHING
2009
2010
TOTAL
TOTAL OFFENSE
2009
2010
TOTAL
RECEIVING
2009
2010
TOTAL
SCORING
2009
2010
TOTAL
ALL PURPOSE
2009
2010
TOTAL
TACKLES
2009
2010
TOTAL
g
att
yards
td
long
avg/c
avg/g
9
11
20
60
21
81
225
74
299
2
1
3
27
13
27
3.8
3.5
3.7
25.0
6.7
14.9
g
rush
pass
total
avg/g
9
11
20
225
74
299
0
0
0
225
74
299
25.0
6.7
14.9
g
rec
yards
9
11
20
20
21
41
177
202
379
g
9
11
20
td rush
4
1
5
2
1
3
td long
2
0
2
21
35
35
rcv
ret
2
0
2
0
0
0
rec/g
avg/c
avg/g
2.2
1.9
2.0
8.9
9.6
9.2
19.7
18.4
19.0
pat 2pat
0
0
0
0
0
0
fg
total
avg/g
0
0
0
24
6
30
2.7
0.5
1.5
g
rush
rcv
pr
kr
ir
total
avg/g
9
11
20
225
74
299
177
202
379
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
402
276
678
44.7
25.1
33.9
g
ua
a
total
tfl
pd
ff
fr
blk
9
11
20
0
1
1
3
4
7
3
5
8
0.0-0
0.0-0
0.0-0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
#33 Tony Valenzuela Single-Game Highs
Yards Rushing:
Rushing Touchdowns:
Carries:
Longest run:
Receptions:
Receiving Yards:
Longest Reception:
105 (20 carries) vs Abilene Christian; Oct. 23, 2010
3, at Tarleton, Nov 13, 2010
27 at Northeastern State, Nov 06, 2010
27, at Angelo State, Sep 04, 2010
6 at Northeastern State, Nov 06, 2010
26 (1 catch); vs Abilene Christian, Oct 23, 2010
26 yards; vs Abilene Christian, Oct 23, 2010
Individual Career History
Tony Valenzuela
RUSHING
2007
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
TOTAL OFFENSE
2007
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
RECEIVING
2007
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
SCORING
2007
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
KICK RETURNS
2007
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
ALL PURPOSE
2007
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
TACKLES
2007
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
g
att
yards
td
long
avg/c
avg/g
5
7
3
10
25
10
9
2
137
158
45
55
2
624
726
0
1
0
7
8
19
15
2
27
27
4.5
6.1
1.0
4.6
4.6
9.0
7.9
0.7
62.4
29.0
g
rush
pass
total
avg/g
5
7
3
10
25
45
55
2
624
726
0
0
0
0
0
45
55
2
624
726
9.0
7.9
0.7
62.4
29.0
g
rec
yards
5
7
3
10
25
0
2
0
17
19
0
18
0
79
97
g
5
7
3
10
25
g
5
7
3
10
25
td rush
0
1
0
7
8
0
1
0
7
8
no. yards
0
5
0
3
8
0
67
0
52
119
td long
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
26
26
rcv
ret
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
avg/g
0.0
9.0
0.0
4.6
5.1
0.0
2.6
0.0
7.9
3.9
0
0
0
0
0
0
19
0
25
25
pr
avg/c
0.0
0.3
0.0
1.7
0.8
pat 2pat
td long
0
0
0
0
0
rec/g
0
0
0
0
0
fg
total
avg/g
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
42
48
0.0
0.9
0.0
4.2
1.9
avg/r
avg/g
0.0
13.4
0.0
17.3
14.9
0.0
9.6
0.0
5.2
4.8
g
rush
rcv
5
7
3
10
25
45
55
2
624
726
0
18
0
79
97
kr
ir
total
avg/g
0
0
0 67
0
0
0 52
0 119
0
0
0
0
0
45
140
2
755
942
9.0
20.0
0.7
75.5
37.7
g
ua
a
total
tfl
pd
ff
fr
blk
5
7
3
10
25
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
2
3
2
0
0
2
4
0.0-0
0.0-0
0.0-0
0.0-0
0.0-0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
#12 Wesley Wood Single-Game Highs
LSC North Offensive Player of the Week: Aug. 30, 2010
Yards Passing:
Total Offense:
Completions:
Pass Attempts:
Touchdown Passes:
Longest Pass:
Interceptions:
Times Sacked:
437 (44-73-437, 5 TD’s, 2 INTs) vs Texas A&M-Commerce, Sept. 25, 2010
449 yards vs Texas A&M-Commerce, Sept. 25, 2010
44 vs Texas A&M-Commerce, Sept. 25, 2010
74 (41-74-320, 3 TD’s, 4 INTs) vs #13 Tarleton State, Oct. 17, 2009
7 vs Southern Nazarene; Aug. 28, 2010
60 yards vs Southeastern Oklahoma State; Oct. 30, 2010
5 vs #13 Midwestern State, Sept. 11, 2010
3 vs #4 Abilene Christian; Oct. 23, 2010, vs #13 Tarleton State, Oct. 17, 2009
Rushing Yards:
Rushing Touchdowns:
Longest Rush:
69 vs Southeastern Oklahoma State; Oct. 30, 2010
1 vs Southeastern Oklahoma State; Oct. 30, 2010
38 yards vs Southeastern Oklahoma State; Oct. 30, 2010
Punts
Punting yards
6 vs #4 Abilene Christian; Oct. 23, 2010
188 vs #4 Abilene Christian; Oct. 23, 2010
Individual Career History
Wesley Wood
RUSHING
2009
2010
TOTAL
PASSING
2009
2010
TOTAL
TOTAL OFFENSE
2009
2010
TOTAL
SCORING
2009
2010
TOTAL
ALL PURPOSE
2009
2010
TOTAL
PUNTING
2009
2010
TOTAL
TACKLES
2009
2010
TOTAL
g
att
yards
td
long
avg/c
avg/g
7
11
18
13
122
135
13
396
409
0
3
3
17
38
38
1.0
3.2
3.0
1.9
36.0
22.7
g
cmp-att-int
yards
7
11
18
55-98-6
331-541-22
386-639-28
492
3313
3805
g
7
11
18
g
7
11
18
rush
td long
5
30
35
pass
total
avg/g
13 492
396 3313
409 3805
505
3709
4214
72.1
337.2
234.1
td rush
0
3
3
0
3
3
rcv
ret
0
0
0
0
0
0
pat 2pat
0
0
0
pct
avg/p
51 56.1
60 61.2
60 60.4
0
0
0
fg
total
avg/g
0
0
0
0
18
18
0.0
1.6
1.0
g
rush
rcv
pr
kr
ir
total
avg/g
7
11
18
13
396
409
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13
396
409
1.9
36.0
22.7
g
no.
yards
long
avg
7
11
18
1
13
14
25
443
468
25
45
45
25.0
34.1
33.4
avg/g
effic
5.0 70.3 102.9
6.1 301.2 122.8
6.0 211.4 119.7
g
ua
a
total
tfl
pd
ff
fr
blk
7
11
18
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0.0-0
0.0-0
0.0-0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Greyhound Stadium
Greyhound Stadium
The Eastern New Mexico
University football team has
achieved an overall record
of 52-29 over the past nine
seasons. A great portion of that
success has come from the home
field advantage at Greyhound
Stadium. Over the past two
seasons, ENMU has averaged 38
points over 12 games.
Greyhound Stadium seats
6,100 fans, including an area of
enclosed seating on the home
side of the field. The enclosed
seating is underneath the
stadium’s large press box. The
stadium is equipped with lights.
ENMU will play two home
games at night this season.
The press box has a spacious
media room, as well as rooms
for the coaches from both teams,
home and visiting radio stations,
and the scoreboard operator
and public address announcer.
All Greyhound Stadium seating
is elevated above field level,
providing an excellent view of
the game.
A scoreboard with a message
center was used for the first time
in 2000. It provides information
about the game in progress, plus
future events and scores from
other games.
This year, Eastern will
play five games at Greyhound
Stadium, opening on Sept. 3rd
against New Mexico Highlands.
Tarleton State comes to town
for a LSC contest on Sept.
24th, while ENMU will host
Abilene Christian on October
8th. Midwestern State will visit
Greyhound Stadium provides a home field
advantage for the Greyhounds. At left: The
crowd watches ENMU in action. Below: Fans
cheer and show support for the Greyhounds.
Blackwater Draw on Oct. 29th.
The home finale against Texas
A&M-Kingsville is set for Nov.
12.
Great Moments
at Greyhound Stadium
Nov. 8, 1986 — In Eastern’s second year in
the LSC, the Greyhounds defeated Texas A&I
(TAMU-Kingsville), 34-28, on a TD with 1:01 left.
Oct. 26, 1991 — As time expired, ENMU
kicked a field goal to edge East Texas State
(TAMU-Commerce), 17-14. The Greyhounds
went on to win the LSC Championship.
Sept. 13, 1997 — Charlie Ragle returned a
kickoff 80 yards on the final play for a 34-31 win
over in-state rival New Mexico Highlands.
Nov. 2, 2002 — Quarterback Heath Ridenour
rushed for a school record 294 yards and
four TDs, as ENMU defeated TAMU-Kingsville.
Eastern kicked a 39-yard field goal with 0:28
left to win 37-34.
Oct. 9, 2004 — Eastern’s defense stopped
West Texas A&M inside the 10-yard line twice
in the closing minutes. The Greyhounds also
knocked down a desperation pass on the final
play of the game to secure a 21-20 victory.
Sept. 19, 2009 — Eastern outscored Texas A&MCommerce 76-56, setting a team record for points in
a game. The defense came up with three interceptions, including one returned 22-yards by Rodney
Mitchell for a touchdown.
Wagon Wheel/Blackwater Draw
The Blackwater Draw Museum is very close
to Greyhound Stadium.
Few college football teams have a home field
advantage like Eastern New Mexico.
The Greyhounds play within visual distance of
ENMU’s Blackwater Draw Museum and just a few
miles from the Blackwater Draw archaeological site.
The “Curse of Blackwater Draw” has been
blamed by opponents for many home wins by the
Hounds. Newspapers in New Mexico and Texas often
list Blackwater Draw as the dateline for ENMU’s
home games.
Blackwater Draw is a significant site for the
study of Clovis Culture, and is also a key site for
Folsom Culture research. Both groups hunted game
and gathered plants and roots. Humans arrived at the
site at least 11,000 years ago.
At one time there was a large pond near the
Blackwater Draw site that was probably a major watering hole for animals. Several mammoth skeletons
have been found, along with those of Bison Antiquus.
The Curse of Blackwater Draw
(Key games at Greyhound Stadium since 1985,
when ENMU joined the Lone Star Conference)
Note: Non-conference games are included
Date
Oct. 5, ‘85
Nov. 16, ‘85
Nov. 8, ‘86
Oct. 17, ‘87
Oct. 31, ‘87
Sep. 30, ‘89
Oct. 21, ‘89
Nov. 4, ‘89
Nov. 10, ‘90
Oct. 12, ‘91
Oct. 26, ‘91
Oct. 23, ‘93
Nov. 12, ‘94
Oct. 7, ‘95
Nov. 4, ‘95
Sept. 13, ‘97
Oct. 25, ‘97
Nov. 6, ‘99
Sept. 23, ‘00
Oct. 28, ‘00
Oct. 20, ‘01
Nov. 2, ‘02
Sept. 25, ‘04
Oct. 9, ‘04
Oct. 28, ‘06
Sept. 6, ‘07
Sept. 19, ‘09
Sept. 25 ‘10
Opponent
Texas Lutheran (OT)
Angelo State
Texas A&I
Angelo State
East Texas State
Angelo State
East Texas State
West Texas State
Central State (OK)
Angelo State
East Texas State
East Texas State
Central Oklahoma
Angelo State
West Texas A&M
N.M. Highlands
TAMU-Commerce
West Texas A&M
Central Oklahoma
Tarleton State
Texas A&M-Commerce
Texas A&M-Kingsville
Abilene Christian
West Texas A&M
Texas A&M-Kingsville
Northeastern State
Texas A&M-Commerce
Texas A&M-Commerce
Result
W, 27-24
W, 26-24
W, 34-28
W, 18-0
W, 34-12
W, 30-20
W, 45-28
W, 21-17
W, 12-7
W, 13-12
W, 17-14
W, 15-0
T, 13-13
T, 10-10
W, 10-7
W, 34-31
W, 10-9
W, 24-16
W, 21-16
W, 34-27
W, 28-20
W, 37-34
W, 28-21
W, 21-20
W, 37-14
W, 14-10
W, 76-56
W, 44-21
The winner of the Eastern New Mexico University-West Texas A&M
University football game receives the traveling Wagon Wheel Trophy. The annual
battle for the Wagon Wheel began in 1986, when the teams resumed play 41 years
after the first game in 1945. Since 1986, ownership of the wheel has been contested
every year except 1991, when West Texas A&M did not compete in football. The
teams have not met since the 2009 season, when the Buffaloes claimed a 34-24
game in the freezing rain, in
1999
Canyon, Texas. ENMU trails in
ENMU, 24-16
the Wagon Wheel series, 12-11
Greyhound
Stadium
(13-11 all-time).
Wagon Wheel Wins:
ENMU 11, West Texas 12
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
at West Texas 50, Eastern N.M. 3
West Texas 29, at Eastern N.M. 7
at West Texas 34, Eastern N.M. 15
at Eastern N.M. 21, West Texas 17
Eastern N.M. 32, at West Texas 0
Eastern N.M. 56, at West Texas 0
West Texas 35, at Eastern N.M. 34
Eastern N.M. 48, at West Texas 38
at Eastern N.M. 10, West Texas 7
Eastern N.M. 31, at West Texas 21
West Texas 35, at Eastern N.M. 34 (OT)
at West Texas 13, Eastern N.M. 10
at Eastern N.M. 24, West Texas 16
Eastern N.M. 49, at West Texas 21
@ Eastern N.M. 41, West Texas 27
Eastern N.M. 27, @ West Texas 16
West Texas 49, @ Eastern N.M. 23
@ Eastern N.M. 21, West Texas 20
at West Texas 52, Eastern N.M. 51 OT
West Texas 21, at Eastern N.M. 14
at West Texas 61, Eastern N.M. 31
West Texas 51, at Eastern N.M. 27
at West Texas 34, Eastern N.M. 24
1945
at West Texas 57, Eastern N.M. 6
First Game in Overall Series
All-Time Series Wins:
2000
ENMU, 49-21
Canyon,
Texas
2001
ENMU, 41-27
Greyhound
Stadium
2002
ENMU, 27-16
Canyon,
Texas
2004
ENMU, 21-20
Greyhound
Stadium
ENMU 11, West Texas 13
Eastern New Mexico University’s Blackwater Draw archaelogical site has resulted in the
discovery of skeletal remains from such animals as Bison Antiquus (left) and the mammoth
(right). The Blackwater Draw site is one of
the most significant locations in the Unites States for the study of life roughly
11,000 years ago.
The Greyhound Way
“Take what you have with what you are, make something of it and never be satisfied.”
— George Washington Carver
Greyhound football is about
preparation, teamwork and family. It is
about more than individual accomplishments on the field.
It is about working together for
common goals and giving one’s best in every season, in every game, on every play.
The Greyhounds are guided by a
special philosophy that goes beyond just
athletic talent and X’s and O’s. It starts
with a firm base — belief, accountability,
selflessness and enthusiasm. It continues
with players being disciplined, playing
together, giving exceptional effort, showing class on and off the field, using love,
faith and heart power to provide the best
individual performances they can, and
maintaining a high level of character at all
times.
When individual players have attained
these goals, they can put them into action
through an aggressive philosophy that will
maximize their own talents, while placing
pressure on Eastern’s opponents.
Ultimately, a fully-developed team
concept is in place and all players are
committed to the final goals of the
program — to graduate and win! Eastern
has earned seven winning
seasons on the field in the last eight years,
while ending each year with many players
on the ENMU Athletic Honor Roll and
walking across the stage at graduation.
The
Greyhound
Standard
Play Smart
Play Hard
Play Physical
Graduate
and Win
Aggressive
Philosophy
Discipline and Togetherness
Great Effort with Greyhound Class
Love, Faith and Heart Power
Content of Character
B.A.S.E.
Belief • Accountability • Selflessness • Enthusiasm
O Hail ENMU
(Fight Song)
O Hail ENMU to You
May we ever be loyal and true.
Loudly our praises we sing
Through the ages, may they ring.
And all through our lives we’ll recall
the school that we love best of all.
Hail E-N-M-U to you.
The Green and Silver,
Green and Silver
reign forever.
Greyhound Football is proud of success both on
the field and in the classroom. At Eastern, the
phrase “Graduate and Win” is more than just
words, it’s the top goal of every Greyhound!
Where Are They Now
Free Safety
Linebacker
Linebacker
Senior
Season:
2004
Senior
Season:
2004
Senior
Season:
2004
LB
FS
LB
Ty Touchstone
Jeff Howard
Courage Idemudia
Major:
Major:
Major:
ENMU Career Stats:
ENMU Career Stats:
Top Honors:
Top Honors:
Business Administration and Computer Information Systems
ENMU Career Stats:
290 Tackles, 8 Ints., 9 Pass Break-ups
Top Honors:
National Scholar-Athlete; ESPN The Magazine
Academic All-America of the
Year (All-America three times); Football
Gazette Second Team All-Southwest Region
Biology (Pre-Medicine)
248 Tackles, 29 TFL, 7.5 Sacks, 4 Ints.
Named All-America by the AFCA, AP,
D2Football.com and Football Gazette;
First Team All-LSC South twice; LSC South
All-Academic Team twice; ESPN The
Magazine Academic All-District twice
Accounting
179 Tackles, 22 TFL, 7.0 Sacks, 6 FF, 4 FR
ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District
three times; LSC South All-Academic Team
twice; Honorable Mention All-LSC South
in 2003
Greyhounds In The Pros
lineman in Seattle. He fell on a fumble in the
end zone at San Diego in 1997 and returned
a fumble 63 yards for a score against Denver
in 2000. He was named First Team All-Pro
by the Associated Press in 1998.
NFL
Michael
Sinclair
Philadelphia Eagles (2002)
Seattle Seahawks (1991-01)
Michael Sinclair, one of the NFL’s top
pass rushers in recent years, attended Eastern
New Mexico University. He retired at the
end of the 2002 season, following 11 years
with the Seattle Seahawks and one year with
the Philadelphia Eagles.
Sinclair was selected to the Pro Bowl
three times as one of the league’s top players.
He led the NFL in sacks in 1998, recording
16.5 to edge sack specialist Reggie White.
He earned 13 sacks in 1996 to rank 3rd
in the American Football Conference and
provided 12 sacks in 1997 (2nd in the AFC).
Sinclair joined the NFL in 1991, and
became a starter in 1995. He earned 73.5
sacks and forced 24 fumbles to rank second
in Seahawks history in both categories.
He scored two touchdowns as a defensive
preseason and missed two years. In 2001,
he joined the Atlanta Falcons, and made 11
tackles before being released late in the year.
In New York, Hamilton registered 151
career tackles to go with 34 passes defended
and three interceptions in 48 games. He
returned kickoffs during his rookie season
(1996) and averaged 20.1 yards per return.
AFL/AFL2 (Arena Football)
Dustin Fish • C/DT
Wichita Stealth (AFL2), 2002-04
Grand Rapids Rampage (AFL), 2004 Preseason
Jimmy Hamilton • LB/FB
Wichita Stealth (AFL2), 2004
NFL
Conrad
Hamilton
Atlanta Falcons (2001)
New York Giants (1996-99)
Conrad Hamilton, who also went to
ENMU, concluded a five-year NFL career
following the 2001 season. Hamilton’s best
year was 1998 with the New York Giants,
when he became a starter after two years
as a back-up cornerback. He recorded 91
tackles to go with one sack, one fumble
recovery and one interception.
Hamilton had a leg injury in the 1999
Heath Ridenour • QB
Wichita Stealth (AFL2), 2004
IFL (Arena Football)
Eric Mims • DB
Amarillo Dusters (IFL),
2004 Preseason
Jeff Waugh • LB
Odessa
Roughnecks (IFL),
2004 Preseason
The Greyhound Way
The ENMU Greyhounds have
found success on the field with seven
consecutive winning seasons in nine
years and Lone Star Conference South
Division co-championships in 1999
and 2000. Head Coach Mark Ribaudo
and the Greyhounds have achieved
success off the field as well through a
growing number of community service
projects.
“Our philosophy at ENMU is we’re
one small part of a great community
and we want to do our share to make
it an even better community,” Ribaudo
said.
Last year, Clovis was hit by a devastating barrage of tornadoes, damaging much of the south end of the city,
downing electrical wires and forcing
much of route 70 between Portales and
Clovis to close, with people living in
that area having to temporarily evacuate their homes. The Eastern New
Mexico University players and coaches organized an effort to help clean up
the area, removing debris, and helping
speed up the recovery process.
The 2007 kids camp gave players
the chance to teach the fundamentals
of football to over 80 youngsters. The
children also played 7-on-7 football
games with help from the ENMU
players. Meanwhile, about 60 players
and coaches contributed to the downtown clean-up effort.
The team also has a tradition of
helping students learn through literacy
programs at area schools. In 1999, the
ENMU football team was honored
by the national Help One Student to
Succeed (HOSTS) mentoring program
with its top honor, the Betty Scharff
Memorial Award, for helping students
at nearby Portales Junior High School
with reading and language arts skills.
With a history of community
service, it’s not surprising the team
added a new level to its efforts with
the Spring Challenge of 2007, in
which nine groups of up to 10 players
competed to see which group could
provide the most community service in
one semester. It was up to each captain
and his team members to develop
their own list of community service
projects. A point system was used to
determine the winning teams.
Eastern’s football players participated in a wide variety of activities
to help the community. They assisted
with physical education classes at
Lindsey Grade School, washed cars,
judged in the Spanish Fair at ENMU,
helped with chores at the local Baptist Children’s Home, mowed lawns,
helped fix up area softball fields,
participated in the Community Action
Day and were involved in events associated with National Physical Education Day on the ENMU campus.
The Greyhound football team received a certificate of recognition from
the Portales City Council and Mayor
Orlando Ortega for its efforts in com-
munity service. The top three teams
in the Spring Challenge were honored
with a steak dinner. More importantly,
all the players learned about the benefits of community service, as they
volunteered a total of more than 1,000
man-hours.
“They learned self-sacrifice, that
giving in some cases is better than
receiving and they learned how much
our community appreciates Greyhound
football,” Ribaudo said. “And they
learned how important it is to give to a
community to make it better.” Although the recent community
service projects are over, that doesn’t
mean the Greyhounds are finished
helping out in Portales. The team and
coaches are already thinking about options for community service projects
in future years.
“This is just the beginning in terms
of ENMU Greyhound Football and
community service,” Ribaudo said.
“We’re going to try and continue this
and break our record every year.”
With community service, the
Hounds win, youngsters in Portales
win, and the entire community wins.
It’s a great extension of the Greyhound
Way.
2007 Tornado Relief
It never seems to amaze me at the work that
our coaches and athletes do at Eastern New
Mexico University.
Not many people are as crazy sports
minded as I am but I do feel lucky enough to
be associated with a great sports atmosphere.
Everyone remembers the disastrous tornado
that hit parts of the Clovis and Portales area
leaving many homeless and many trying to
rebuild their houses and their lives.
One of the many businesses destroyed in
the tornado was the Grande Vida Dairy. More
than 960 acres destroyed in one way or another,
the Grande Vida Dairy is trying to pick up the
pieces of its business. I truly believe that our
coaching staff’s at Eastern are exceptional
especially in times like these.
I know for a fact that all of our coaches and
athletes work hard every day in practice and
work hard to reach their goals.
Our coach’s care about their athletes and
our university but to see the coaches pull their
teams together to show the community life is
much more than about sports is something that
needs to be rewarded.
Now I know for a fact Mike and Cindy
Mitchell and Partners (owners of Grande Vida
Dairy) did not beg Greyhound Coach Mike
Howard to bring the football team to the dairy
for a clean-up session.
With the great minds of our football coaching staff the Hounds used their willingness to
help those in need, and this need time just so
happened to be the Grande Vida Dairy.
With approximately 60 Hound football
players spending their Saturday working at the
dairy picking up the debris from the tornado
that was wide spread miles across Roosevelt
County was not an easy task.
Our athletes as well as many of our coaches
spent over five hours helping out and doing
the best they possibly could to give back to the
community.
Being a former college athlete myself back
in the day I don’t remember to much about
doing a lot of community service and I guess
that’s why I see ENMU as a better place to be.
I know we have many athletes that give
back to the community in their own way but
just getting a glimpse at the work that our
football team on Saturday was definitely a plus.
Unfortunately there was a lot of damage
done across the Clovis and Portales area but in
my own opinion I don’t think anyone had the
damage that the Grande Vida Dairy experienced.
Yes many homes were destroyed, but believe it or not by far the dairy got the worse end
of it.
I saw Greyhound athletes working hard
working and walking through sand dunes to
find and pick up debris and saw many others picking up tin that was torn apart by the
tornado and even saw the athletes hard at work
with sledge hammers and jackhammers.
More than just your typical day on the
football field.
Saturday was a day and life without sports,
it was day that the Hounds family put it all together to show the community how much they
care and will go the extra mile to help those in
need.
Even with the Salvation Army and FEMA
in town, nothing could match the drive and will
of 60 Eastern New Mexico Greyhound football
players and coaches. With many of the families
and businesses still trying to pick up pieces of
last month’s tornado, the community is still
buzzing almost a month after the life threatening tornado that hit the local area.
Agreeing to give up their Saturday morning
and afternoon, many of the Greyhound football
squad reached out by giving a helping hand to
Grande Vida Dairy.
Grande Vida Dairy owned by Mike and
Cindy Mitchell and Partners was one of the local companies that had their business destroyed
with an estimated damage of four million dollars. Not only was their dairy destroyed entirely
but the loss in cattle is estimated at 300 and
counting. Along with the cattle, much of the
960 acres was destroyed with debris flying for
miles.
According to Rebekah Mitchell, daughter
of Mike and Cindy the Hounds coaching staff
volunteered to bring their athletes to Grande
Vida Dairy and help all they could with picking
up damaged debris and trash. “Being deeply
rooted in the community the Greyhounds took
this opportunity to help those in need,” said
Greyhound Assistant Coach Draco Miller. “We
believe in giving back to our community and
we want the people of Roosevelt and Curry
Counties to know that we are here with them,”
Miller said.
“Our players spent about five hours covering a dairy that was huge in size,” Miller said.
“The team picked up tin siding, roof tops, steel
pipes, water sprinklers, rubber tires and even
tore down some sheet rock walls and busted
down cement walls.”
“We as coaches wanted to show the importance of giving back and this was real,” Miller
said. “Most people go through life and never
have to witness or go through some type of
natural disaster and in one weekend our players
saw the destruction and felt the pain of those
affected by the tornado.”
“Our football players see giving back to the
community as a way of saying thank you and
thank you for your support,” Miller said.
“They gave their time to help us and we
are so grateful to them,” said Rebekah in a
telephone interview.
“There was so much to do and I felt so bad
for the ones who had to walk through the sand
dunes just to pick up the trash,” Miller said.
“We as coaches are so very proud of our
Greyhound players and they showed us what it
meant to be a Greyhound, but most importantly
it showed that giving is always better than
receiving.
— Story was courtesy of Jon Vestal
Greyhound Coaching Records
Coach
“Tiny” Reed
Jerry Dalrymple Al Garten
R.P. Terrell
Carl Richardson
B.B. Lees
Howard White
Jack Scott
Dunny Goode
Bill Kelly
Don Carthel
Howard Stearns
Harold “Bud” Elliott
Mark Ribaudo
Years
1934
1935
1936-37,39-53
1938
1954-63
1964-66
1967-69
1970-77
1978-82
1983-84
1985-91
1992-93
1994-2004
2005-Present
Seasons
1
1
14
1
10
3
3
8
5
2
7
2
11
6 complete
Record
7-0-2 7-4-0
66-62-4
3-5-2
57-37-3
9-18-1
8-20-1
40-41-2
21-29-1
13-7-1
44-28-1
6-13-1
68-49-2
22-43-0
Pct.
.889
.636
.515
.400
.603
.339
.293
.494
.422
.643
.610
.325
.580
.338
Seasons: 75
All-Time Record entering 2011: 367-349-21 (.511)
Al Garten led Eastern to 66 wins
and was inducted into the Hall of
Honors in 1984
Coach Bud Elliott was the winningest
coach in ENMU football history
Mark Ribaudo is the current
coach of the Greyhounds as they
move their high-powered offense
from the LSC North to the
combined Lone Star Conference
Greyhound Year by Year
1934 7-0-2
1935 7-4
1936 5-5
1937 7-2-1
1938 3-5-2
1939 7-3
1940 4-6
1941 1-8
1942-1944
1945 0-6
1946 1-7-1
1947 5-4
1948 6-3
1949 6-4-1
1950 5-5
1951 8-1
1952 7-1-1
1953 4-7
1954 6-3
1955 5-4
1956 7-3
1957 9-0-1
1958 3-6-1
1959 4-6
1960 4-5
1961 5-4-1
1962 7-3
1963 7-3
1964 4-5
1965 3-6-1
1966 2-7
1967 3-6
1968 4-5-1
1969 1-9
1970 2-8
1971 4-5-1
1972 2-8
1973 6-4
1974 7-4
1975 8-3
1976 7-3-1
1977 4-6
First Season, ENMU goes undefeated
Unbeaten streak reaches 10, before first loss
ENMU drops season finale for first time
Tie in season opener marks first ever non win to begin a season
Second straight season opening tie
Six season in, ENMU drops opener for the first time
First four games of season all on the road
No team fielded due to World War II
Third season opening tie in school history
First season opening win since Sept. 26, 1936
First back-to-back winning seasons since first two seasons
First three-season winning streak
Nebraska St. edges ENMU in season finale to snap streak
ENMU defeats NM Military Inst. in finale to set single season win record
Unbeaten Greyhounds snap single season win record, post first four-season win streak
ENMU’s 74 points against Omaha University sets a school record
Greyhounds win three of last four to post first winning season in four years
ENMU finishes one game under .500, despite outscoring opposition 233-154
Greyhounds win two of three in October
ENMU’s 128 points in final two games sets a record for scoring in back-to-back games
Greyhounds denied winning record in one-point loss in season finale
Greyhounds win three of last four
ENMU emphatically wins season finale, 38-3 to snap nine-year losing streak
Greyhounds open season 5-0
ENMU matches school record four consecutive winning seasons
Greyhounds close season on three-game winning streak
Greyhound Year by Year
1978 5-6
1979 4-6
1980 2-7-1
1981 6-4
1982 4-6
1983 8-2-1
1984 5-5
1985 5-5; LSC 3-2
1986 8-3; LSC 3-3
1987 9-2; LSC 4-2
1988 2-8; LSC 0-6
1989 7-3; LSC 5-2
1990 6-4; LSC 5-2
1991 7-3; LSC 5-1
1992 5-5; LSC 3-3
1993 1-8; LSC 1-4
1994 6-4-1; LSC 1-3-1
1995 6-4-1; LSC 1-3-1
1996 3-8; LSC 2-5
1997 5-6; LSC 3-6
1998 8-3; LSC South 6-3
1999 6-4; LSC South 4-2
2000 6-4; LSC South 4-2
2001 6-4; LSC South 2-4
2002 8-2; LSC South 4-2
2003 6-5; LSC South 2-4
2004 6-5; LSC South 4-2
2005 5-6; LSC South 2-4
2006 3-7; LSC South 1-5
2007 5-6; LSC South 0-6
2008 2-9; LSC South 0-6
2009 3-8; LSC South 0-6
2010 5-6; LSC North 3-3
Fort Hays State defeats ENMU in finale, 14-6, to deny Greyhounds 21st
winning season in program history
ENMU posts 21st winning season
Greyhounds win two of first three games
Greyhounds reach NAIA Division I Playoffs, falling at Mesa College, 35-9.
ENMU’s 306 points sets a team record
ENMU joins Lone Star Conference- posts winning conference record
Greyhounds post 317 points, setting a new record
Nine wins sets new single season mark, as does four Lone Star wins
First five-win season for ENMU in Lone Star
Lone Star Conference Champions, 15-5 record in Lone Star over three years
Greyhounds fall in Wagon Wheel by one, 35-34
ENMU wins Wagon Wheel on the road, 48-38, setting a season high for points
Second straight Wagon Wheel victory
Third consecutive Wagon Wheel
Lost Wagon Wheel, 35-34, in overtime
Beginning of eight season winning streak,
First 300+ point season in more than a decade
LSC South Division Co-Champions
Repeat as LSC South Co-Champions
ENMU notches series-record Fourth Straight Wagon Wheel; Greyhounds set new mark for single season points, scoring 339
Hounds Open 4-1, appear in three straight AFCA National Polls
Hounds debut spread offense
Hounds obliterate ENMU and NCAA Record Book
Hounds eclipse team scoring record with 380 points
Greyhound Yearly Results
1934 (7-0-2)
Coach: “Tiny” Reed
1938 (3-5-2)
Coach: R.P. Terrell
Inter-Mountain J.C.A.C.
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 28
19 Camp Roosevelt
0
Oct. 6
27 !N.M. A&M Freshmen
0
Oct. 12
6 @New Mexico Normal
6
Oct. 26
14 @New Mexico Freshmen 7
Nov. 2
6 WTSTC Freshmen
0
Nov. 16
19 Wayland Junior College 0
Nov. 19
12 Camp Roosevelt
0
Nov. 21 7 @N.M. Teachers College 7
Nov. 28
28 Altus Junior College
0
138
20
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 23
0 Hardin-Simmons Fresh.
0
Oct.
1
7 WTSTC Freshmen
38
Oct.
8
7 N.M. Military Inst.
26
Oct. 15
31 Trinidad J.C.
0
Oct. 21
21 @Pueblo J.C.
12
Oct. 29
6 @Panhandle A&M
7
Nov. 5
6 Fort Lewis Jr. College
6
Nov. 12
7 !N.M. Teachers College
9
Nov. 19
20 St. Regis
0
Nov. 24
0 @Altus Junior College
20
105
118
Independent
First Season of football at ENMU,
team goes undefeated under head
coach “Tiny” Reed
1935 (7-4)
Coach: Jerry Dalrymple
N.M. Athletic Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 21
35 Price College
0
Sep. 29
0 @New Mexico A & M
34
Oct. 14
12 @N.M. Normal-Clovis
6
Oct. 11
0 Amarillo Junior College 7
Oct. 18
0 @TX Tech Fresh.-Clovis 7
Oct. 25
20 Canyon Freshmen
0
Nov. 1 0 Capitol Hill Jr. College
6
Nov. 11
13 !New Mexico Freshman 0
Nov. 16
3 @N.M. Military Inst.
0
Nov. 22
49 @Wayland Jr. College
0
Nov. 28
14 @Altus Junior College 12
146
72
Undefeated Streak reaches 10
games before first loss
1936 (5-5)
Coach: Al Garten
N.M. Athletic Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 26
7 Hardin-Simmons Fresh.
6
Oct.
3
19 @N. Mexico Freshmen
0
Oct. 10
55 Trinidad Junior College
0
Oct. 16
19 @Capitol Hill J.C.
0
Oct. 24
0 @New Mexico Normal 3
Oct. 31
6 N.M. Military Inst.
25
Nov. 7
0 Panhandle A&M
13
Nov. 11
6 !WTSTC Freshmen
0
Nov. 22
0 @TX Tech Freshmen
29
Nov. 27
6 N.M. Teachers College 16
118
92
1937 (7-2-1)
Coach: Al Garten
N.M. Athletic Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 26
0 @Panhandle A&M
0
Oct. 1
9 N.M. Freshmen-Clovis 0
Oct. 9
20 @Trinidad Jr. College
0
Oct. 16
26 St. Mary’s (Texas)
0
Oct. 22
29 @WTSTC Freshmen
2
Oct. 30
21 !N.M. Military Inst.
20
Nov. 5
1 #New Mexico Normal
0
Nov. 13
0 Altus Junior College
13
Nov. 20
41 @St. Regis
12
Nov. 27
7 @N.M. Teachers Coll. 13
154
60
Tie in season opener marks first
season without a victory to start the
season
1939 (7-3)
Coach: Al Garten
Inter-Mountain J.C.A.C.
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 22
0 @Cameron Jr. College
20
Oct.
6
0 NMU B Team
13
Oct. 14
13 !N.M. Military Inst.
12
Oct. 20
42 Fort Lewis Jr. College
7
Oct. 27
35 @Pueblo Junior College
0
Nov. 3
7 Panhandle A&M
6
Nov. 11
7 @N.M. Teachers Coll.
19
Nov. 17
16 Southwestern Teachers 12
Nov. 24
42 @Trinidad Jr. College
0
Nov. 28
25 Dodge City Jr. College
0
187
89
Six seasons in, Eastern drops
season opener for the first time
1940 (4-6)
Coach: Al Garten
N.M. Athletic Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 19
0 @Cameron JC-Clovis
25
Sep. 28
21 @Adams State Teachers 6
Oct.
5
9 @Panhandle A&M
6
Oct. 12
0 @N.M. Military Inst.
6
Oct. 19
12 !New Mexico Normal 0
Oct. 26
6 @Reno Nevada Univ.
40
Nov. 2
14 Wayland College
6
Nov. 9
0 @Southwest Oklahoma
12
Nov. 14
0 New Mexico Teachers 6
Nov. 28
0 Northwestern Oklahoma 13
62
120
1941 (1-8)
Coach: Al Garten
N.M. Athletic Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 20
0 @Arizona State College 32
Sep. 26
0 @McMurry College
36
Oct.
3
0 @Okla. City Univ.
25
Oct. 11
0 !St. Mary’s (Texas)
54
Oct. 18
13 N.M. Military Inst.
14
Nov. 8
7 @New Mexico Highlands 13
Nov. 15
40 Adams State
6
Nov. 20
6 @N. Mexico Teachers 13
Nov. 28
0 @Northwestern Okla.
38
66
231
1942, 1943 and 1944
No team fielded due to World
War II
1945 (0-6)
Coach: Al Garten
N.M. Athletic Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 15
7 @W. TX St. Teachers 56
Sep. 22
0 @New Mexico
78
Sep. 29
0 @Arizona State College 39
Oct.
6
0 Colo. College of Ed.
26
Oct. 13
0 @N.M. Military Inst.
31
Oct. 20
6 @Colo. College of Ed. 69
13
299
1946 (1-7-1)
Coach: Al Garten
N.M. Athletic Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 21
0 Panhandle A&M
0
Sep. 28
7 @McMurry College
43
Oct.
4
0 @Adams State
26
Oct. 12
0 @New Mexico Teachers 7
Oct. 19
13 New Mexico Highlands
7
Oct. 26
0 @Sul Ross
32
Nov. 8
7 @Ariz. State Coll.-Clovis 33
Nov. 16
12 Southwestern Teachers 47
Nov. 23
7 N.M. Military Inst.
14
48
209
1947 (5-4)
Coach: Al Garten
N.M. Athletic Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 19
34 Sterling College
13
Sep. 28
13 @Panhandle A&M
0
Oct.
4
7 Sul Ross
46
Oct. 10
27 @New Mexico Highlands 6
Oct. 18
6 Adams State
19
Nov. 2
15 !New Mexico Teachers 7
Nov. 8
14 @Gila Junior College
13
Nov. 15
0 @Southwestern Oklahoma 33
Nov. 22
6 @N.M. Military Inst.
27
122
164
First season opening victory since
Sept. 26, 1936
1948 (6-3)
Coach: Al Garten
N.M. Athletic Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 25
20 Panhandle A&M
0
Oct.
2
0 @Sul Ross
52
Oct.
9
13 !New Mexico Highlands
7
Oct. 16
7 @Adams State
32
Oct. 23
19 St. Michael’s College
0
Oct. 30
13 @New Mexico Teachers 7
Nov. 6
0 East Central Oklahoma
27
Nov. 13
47 @McPherson College
0
Nov. 20
32 N.M. Military Inst.
19
151
144
First back-to-back winning seasons
since the program’s first two
seasons
1949 (6-4-1)
Coach: Al Garten
N.M. Athletic Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 10
0 @Hardin College
45
Sep. 17
34 McPherson College 0
Sep. 24
6 @Panhandle A&M
0
Oct.
1
0 Sul Ross
40
Oct.
8
6 @New Mexico Highlands 14
Oct. 15
13 !Adams State
13
Oct. 22
14 @St. Michael’s College
0
Oct. 29
21 New Mexico Western
20
Nov. 5
12 @East Central Okla.
13
Nov. 12
13 Daniel Baker
7
Nov. 19
32 @N.M. Military Inst.
14
151
166
1950 (5-5)
Coach: Al Garten
N.M. Athletic Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 16
0 @Abilene Christian Col. 39
Sep. 23
6 Panhandle A&M
13
Sep. 29
13 @Central Oklahoma
33
Oct.
7
28 New Mexico Highlands
6
Oct. 14
6 @Colorado College
7
Oct. 21
35 @Adams State
7
Oct. 28
14 @New Mexico Western
7
Nov. 4
19 !St. Michael’s College
2
Nov. 11
28 N.M. Military Inst.
7
Nov. 18
13 Nebraska St. Teachers
20
162
141
1951 (8-1)
Coach: Al Garten
N.M. Athletic Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 22
32 @Panhandle A&M
6
Sep. 29
31 Central Oklahoma
0
Oct.
6
33 @New Mexico Highlands 13
Oct. 13
40 Adams State
0
Oct. 20
19 @Humboldt State
6
Oct. 27
59 New Mexico Western
19
Nov. 3
7 !Colorado Mines
0
Nov. 10
7 @Peru State
19
Nov. 17
32 @N.M. Military Inst.
14
260
77
1952 (7-1-1)
Coach: Al Garten
N.M. Athletic Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 13
14 Southwestern Oklahoma 6
Sep. 20
19 Panhandle A&M 14
Sep. 27
21 @Arizona State College
7
Oct.
4
7 McMurry College
7
Oct. 11
12 @Adams State
19
Oct. 17
20 @Colorado Mines
7
Oct. 25
27 @New Mexico Western 14
Nov. 1
34 !New Mexico Highlands
7
Nov. 15
13 N.M. Military Inst.
6
167
87
Greyhound Yearly Results
1953 (4-7)
Coach: Al Garten
N.M. Athletic Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 10
0 @Southwestern Oklahoma 19
Sep. 19
20 @Panhandle A&M
24
Sep. 26
20 Arizona State College
0
Oct.
3
6 @McMurry College
25
Oct. 10
36 Adams State
18
Oct. 17
29 @Southwest Missouri
12
Oct. 24
21 New Mexico Western
24
Oct. 31
47 @New Mexico Highlands 14
Nov. 7
7 !Kansas State
19
Nov. 14
6 @N.M. Military Inst.
7
Dec. 19
26 @Mexico City All-Stars 45
218
207
1954 (6-3)
Coach: Carl Richardson
Texas Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 18
13 Southwestern Oklahoma 7
Sep. 24
14 @Southeast Kansas
7
Oct.
1
20 @Notre Dame-Canada
6
Oct.
9
37 @Adams State
6
Oct. 16
34 !College of Idaho
12
Oct. 23
13 @Howard Payne Col.
38
Oct. 30
13 McMurry College
55
Nov. 6
13 @Sam Houston State
26
Nov. 13
27 N.M. Military Inst.
0
184
157
1955 (5-4)
Coach: Carl Richardson
Texas Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 17
34 @College of Idaho
6
Sep. 24
19 Washburn University
12
Oct.
1
0 @Southwestern Oklahoma 6
Oct.
8
13 Adams State
21
Oct. 15
13 Midwestern University
6
Oct. 22
0 !Howard Payne College 33
Oct. 29
0 @McMurry College
25
Nov. 5
48 Corpus Christi Univ. 13
Nov. 12
18 @N.M. Military Inst.
0
145
122
1957 (9-0-1)
Coach: Carl Richardson
Independent
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 14
7 @New Mexico Western
0
Sep. 20
7 Colorado State College
3
Sep. 28
38 @Colorado College
7
Oct.
4
36 Washburn University 34
Oct. 12
19 @Omaha University
13
Oct. 19
27 Los Angeles State
0
Oct. 26
28 @Austin College
14
Nov. 2
47 !Adams State
6
Nov. 9
14 @Southwestern Oklahoma 14
Nov. 16
19 @Colorado Western
12
242
103
1958 (3-6-1)
Coach: Carl Richardson
Independent
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 20
6 @Colorado Western
16
Sep. 27
0 Sul Ross State
6
Oct.
3
0 @Washburn University
26
Oct. 11
74 !Omaha University
6
Oct. 18
0 @Corpus Christi
21
Oct. 25
13 Austin College
7
Oct. 31
13 @Adams State
6
Nov. 8
7 Southwestern Oklahoma
7
Nov. 15
6 @Colorado State
16
Nov. 22
27 McMurry College
42
146
153
74 points against Omaha sets
scoring record
1959 (4-6)
Coach: Carl Richardson
Independent
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 18
7 Central Oklahoma
20
Sep. 26
27 @Sul Ross
22
Oct.
2
31 Washburn University
14
Oct. 11
0 @Cal Poly-SLO
55
Oct. 17
20 !Corpus Christi
33
Oct. 24
0 @New Mexico Western 19
Oct. 31
7 Adams State
20
Nov. 7
7 @Southwestern Oklahoma 6
Nov. 14
12 Colorado Western
7
Nov. 21
0 @McMurry College
51
1956 (7-3)
Coach: Carl Richardson
Independent
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 15
34 Colorado College
6
Sep. 22
13 @Washburn University
0
Sep. 29
35 New Mexico Western
19
Oct.
6
28 @Corpus Christi Univ.
0
Oct. 13
13 !College of Idaho
7
Oct. 22
0 @Howard Payne Col. 22
Oct. 27
7 @Air Force Academy
34
Nov. 3
59 @Adams State
14
Nov. 10
0 Southwestern Oklahoma 7
Nov. 17
28 @Colorado Western
19
217
128
111
247
1960 (4-5)
Coach: Carl Richardson
Independent
DATE ENMU
OPP
Sep. 16
0 @Central Oklahoma
27
Sep. 23
7 Sul Ross
20
Sep. 20
12 @Washburn University 21
Oct.
8
25 Fort Hays State
0
Oct. 21
38 New Mexico Western
7
Oct. 28
14 @Adams State
31
Nov. 5
27 !Southwestern Oklahoma 0
Nov. 12
7 @Northwestern Oklahoma 27
Nov. 19
34 Arizona State College
14
164
147
1961 (5-4-1)
Coach: Carl Richardson
Independent
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 16
6 Central Oklahoma
13
Sep. 23
9 @Sul Ross
28
Sep. 30
32 Adams State
13
Oct.
7
19 #@Fort Hays State
19
Oct. 14
42 !Tarleton State
20
Oct. 21
9 @Colorado Western
10
Oct. 23
17 Texas Lutheran
14
Nov. 4
14 @Southwestern Oklahoma 0
Nov. 11
42 NW Oklahoma-Clovis
6
Nov. 18
14 @Arizona State College 33
204
156
Greyhounds win three of last four
games to post first winning season
in four years
1962 (7-3)
Coach: Carl Richardson
Independent
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 14
6 @Central Oklahoma
25
Sep. 22
16 Sul Ross
6
Sep. 29
19 @Adams State
24
Oct.
6
13 Tarleton State
7
Oct. 13
32 @Western New Mexico
0
Oct. 20
23 !Colorado Western
7
Oct. 27
30 @Texas Lutheran
38
Nov. 3
20 %Southwestern Oklahoma 0
Nov. 10
54 @Northwestern Oklahoma 0
Nov. 17
19 Ariz. St. College-Clovis
0
232
107
1963 (7-3)
Coach: Carl Richardson
Independent
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 14
0 @New Mexico State
21
Sep. 21
6 @Sul Ross 17
Sep. 28
23 Adams State
14
Oct.
5
33 Tarleton State-Clovis
6
Oct. 12
40 Western New Mexico
7
Oct. 26 34 Texas Lutheran
7
Nov. 2
14 @Southwestern Oklahoma 6
Nov. 9
27 !Northwestern Oklahoma 35
Nov. 16
6 #@Arizona St. College
15
Nov. 23
40 %Central Oklahoma
21
223
149
1964 (4-5)
Coach: B.B. Lees
Independent
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 19
13 Sul Ross
7
Sep. 26
21 @Adams State
26
Oct.
2
34 @Central Oklahoma
35
Oct. 10
41 @Western New Mexico
0
Oct. 24
7 @Texas Lutheran
26
Oct. 31
0 New Mexico State
20
Nov. 7
20 !Southwestern Oklahoma 23
Nov. 14
39 Arizona State College
17
Nov. 21
58 @Northwestern Oklahoma 0
233
154
1965 (3-6-1)
Coach: B.B. Lees
Independent
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 18
25 @Sul Ross
28
Sep. 25
20 Tarleton State
12
Oct.
2
26 Central Oklahoma
7
Oct.
9
47 Western New Mexico
12
Oct. 16
28 @Colorado State
28
Oct. 23
28 Omaha University
48
Oct. 30
7 @New Mexico State
41
Nov. 6
7 @Southwestern Oklahoma 28
Nov. 13
14 @Arizona State College 41
Nov. 20
13 !Northwestern Oklahoma 19
215
264
1966 (2-7)
Coach: B.B. Lees
Independent
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 17
7 Sul Ross
21
Oct.
1
6 @Central Oklahoma
21
Oct.
8
39 @New Mexico Western
7
Oct. 15
6 %Colorado St. College
7
Oct. 22
23 @University of Omaha
0
Oct. 29
13 New Mexico State 50
Nov. 5
6 !Southwestern Oklahoma 21
Nov. 12
14 Northern Arizona
21
Nov. 19
7 @Northwestern Oklahoma 17
121
165
1967 (3-6)
Coach: Howard White
Independent
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 16
0 @Sul Ross
34
Sep. 23
7 @Northern Arizona
0
Sep. 30
0 Central Oklahoma
22
Oct.
7
19 %New Mexico Western
21
Oct. 14
15 @Colorado State College 24
Oct. 28
3 @Abilene Christian
27
Nov. 4
0 @Southwestern Oklahoma 20
Nov. 11
60 Arkansas A&M
28
Nov. 18
66 !Northwestern Oklahoma 20
170
196
126 combined points in final
two games is most scored in
consecutive games
1968 (4-5-1)
Coach: Howard White
Independent
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 14
7 Sul Ross
20
Sep. 28
26 Panhandle State
28
Oct.
5
20 @Central Oklahoma
19
Oct. 12
15 @Adams State
29
Oct. 19
21 %Colorado State College
7
Oct. 26 24 @Angelo State
0
Nov. 2
26 Abilene Christian
14
Nov. 9 17 !Northern Arizona
35
Nov. 16
7 @Northwestern Oklahoma 7
Nov. 23
20 Southwestern Oklahoma 21
183
180
Greyhound Yearly Results
1969 (1-9)
Coach: Howard White
Independent
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 20
20 @Arkansas State
53
Sep. 27
19 @Panhandle State
21
Oct.
4
37 #Central State College
20
Oct. 11
26 #Adams State College
7
Oct. 18
14 @Colorado St. College
28
Oct. 25
8 Angelo State
34
Nov. 1
13 @Abilene Christian
42
Nov. 8
20 @Northern Arizona
48
Nov. 22
51 !Northwestern State
9
Nov. 25
0 @Southwestern State 66
208
1970 (2-8)
Coach: Jack Scott
Independent
328
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 19
13 Sul Ross State
35
Sep. 26
16 @TX Lutheran College
3
Oct.
3
14 Hiram Scott College
19
Oct. 10
7 @Abilene Christian
61
Oct. 17
20 %Southwestern State
31
Oct. 24
13 @Central State College 32
Oct. 31
3 Northern Colorado
33
Nov. 7
21 !Northern Arizona
7
Nov. 14
7 @Eastern Montana
10
Nov. 21
18 New Mexico Highlands 23
132
254
1971 (4-5-1)
Coach: Jack Scott
Independent
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 11
13 @Panhandle State
36
Sep. 18
6 @Sul Ross State
6
Oct.
2
14 %Texas Lutheran College 7
Oct.
9
0 Abilene Christian
16
Oct. 16
28 @Southwestern State
45
Oct. 23
31 Central State College
49
Oct. 30
10 @Northern Colorado
29
Nov. 6
37 @Missouri-Rolla
7
Nov. 13
30 !Eastern Montana College 6
Nov. 20
20 @New Mexico Highlands 18
189
219
1972 (2-8)
Coach: Jack Scott
Independent
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep.
9
12 Panhandle State
0
Sep. 16
7 Arkansas State
39
Sep. 23
7 @Northwestern Oklahoma 23
Sep. 30
7 @Southern Colorado
35
Oct.
7
24 @Nebraska-Omaha
53
Oct. 14 0 %Southwestern Oklahoma 6
Oct. 21
7 @Central Oklahoma
28
Oct. 28
10 Abilene Christian
34
Nov. 4
6 !Northern Colorado
13
Nov. 11
14 @New Mexico Highlands 12
94
243
1973 (6-4)
Coach: Jack Scott
Independent
1977 (4-6)
Coach: Jack Scott
Independent
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep.
8
3 @Panhandle State
7
Sep. 15
24 Sul Ross State College
16
Sep. 22
14 Northwestern State
7
Sep. 29
43 %Southern Colorado
15
Oct.
6
0 University of Nebraska 17
Oct. 13
7 @Southwestern State
10
Oct. 20
17 Central State College
14
Oct. 27
14 @Western New Mexico 11
Nov. 3
7 @Northern Colorado
37
Nov. 10
38 !Kansas St. Coll.-Pittsburg 3
167
1974 (7-4)
Coach: Jack Scott
Independent
137
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep.
7
26 Panhandle State
3
Sep. 14
27 @Sul Ross
17
Sep. 28
29 @Southern Colorado
21
Oct.
5
14 %Fort Hays St. College
7
Oct. 12
14 @Cameron
27
Oct. 19
17 Southwestern Oklahoma 6
Oct. 26
0 @Central Oklahoma
7
Nov. 2
42 !East Central
14
Nov. 9
0 @New Mexico Highlands 10
Nov. 16
12 Northern Colorado
31
Nov. 23
41 Western New Mexico
28
222
1975 (8-3)
Coach: Jack Scott
Independent
171
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep.
6
52 @Panhandle State 6
Sep. 13
21 Western New Mexico
3
Sep. 20
38 @Sul Ross
6
Sep. 27
28 %Southern Colorado
16
Oct.
4
20 @Fort Hays State
13
Oct. 11
11 Cameron 15
Oct. 18
18 @Southwestern
48
Oct. 25
19 Central Oklahoma
0
Nov. 1
22 @East Central Oklahoma 36
Nov. 8
33 !New Mexico Highlands 7
Nov. 15
16 @Northern Colorado
14
278
164
1976 (7-3-1)
Coach: Jack Scott
Independent
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep.
4
33 Panhandle State
3
Sep. 11
27 @Western New Mexico
14
Sep. 18
40 Sul Ross State
19
Sep. 25
21 @New Mexico Highlands 0
Oct.
2
24 %Angelo State
38
Oct.
9
15 @Cameron University
14
Oct. 16
8 Southwestern Oklahoma 21
Oct. 23
20 @Central Oklahoma
23
Oct. 30
21 East Central Oklahoma
20
Nov. 6
17 @Southern Colorado
17
Nov. 13
14 !Northern Colorado
12
240
181
20th winning season in
Greyhound history
1981 (6-4)
Coach: Dunny Goode
Independent
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 10
22 New Mexico Highlands
3
Sep. 17
0 @Angelo State
27
Sep. 24
3 %Howard Payne
20
Oct.
1
21 @Northern Colorado
28
Oct.
8
12 Cameron University 14
Oct. 15
0 @Southwestern Oklahoma 41
Oct. 22
20 !Central Oklahoma
24
Oct. 29
14 @East Central Oklahoma 7
Nov. 12
28 @Texas Lutheran
13
Nov. 19
49 Bishop College
7
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 12
13 New Mexico Highlands 7
Sep. 19
14 @Angelo State
35
Sep. 26
20 %Western New Mexico 3
Oct.
3
17 @Southern Colorado
20
Oct. 10
14 #@Southwestern Okla.
43
Oct. 17
30 Bishop College
9
Oct. 24 20 Central State (Okla.)
28
Oct. 31
28 @Western State (Colo.) 23
Nov. 7
26 #!Cameron University
28
Nov. 14
13 @Texas Lutheran College 14
169
184
1978 (5-6)
Coach: Dunny Goode
Independent
195
210
1982 (4-6)
Coach: Dunny Goode
Independent
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep.
2
42 Sul Ross
0
Sep.
9
7 @New Mexico Highlands 6
Sep. 16
0 Angelo State
42
Sep. 23
14 @Howard Payne
19
Oct.
7
20 @Northwestern Oklahoma 10
Oct. 14
14 %Southwestern Oklahoma 24
Oct. 21
14 @Central State (Okla.)
30
Oct. 28
14 Northern Colorado
13
Nov. 4
36 @Panhandle State
14
Nov. 11
0 !Texas Lutheran College 16
Nov. 18
6 Fort Hays State
14
167
188
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep.
4
19 @Adams State
17
Sep. 11
10 @New Mexico Highlands 17
Sep. 18
24 Fort Lewis
10
Sep. 25
8 @Western New Mexico 27
Oct.
2
10 Panhandle University
2
Oct.
9
7 %Southwestern Oklahoma 24
Oct. 16
6 @Bishop College
9
Oct. 23
12 @Central State (Okla.)
49
Oct. 30
21 !Western Colorado
7
Nov. 13
10 Texas Lutheran
14
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep.
8
50 New Mexico Highlands 0
Sep. 15
7 @Angelo State
21
Sep. 22
15 %Howard Payne
33
Sep. 28
17 @Northern Colorado
12
Oct.
6
38 !Northwestern Oklahoma 17
Oct. 13
6 @Southwestern OK St. 30
Oct. 20
0 Central State (Okla.)
20
Nov. 3
43 Panhandle State 18
Nov. 10
0 @Texas Lutheran College 7
Nov. 17
23 @Fort Hays State
30
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 10
27 %New Mexico Highlands 0
Sep. 24
15 @Fort Lewis College
7
Oct.
1
42 !Western New Mexico
8
Oct.
8
38 @Southwestern Oklahoma 7
Oct. 15
48 Adams State College
14
Oct. 22
23 @Panhandle State
10
Oct. 29
21 @Tarleton State
6
Nov. 5
45 @Western Colorado
3
Nov. 12
10 @Texas Lutheran College 24
Nov. 19
28 Central State (Okla.)
28
NAIA Division I Playoffs
Dec. 3
9 @Mesa College
35
306
142
1979 (4-6)
Coach: Dunny Goode
Independent
199
188
1980 (2-7-1)
Coach: Dunny Goode
Independent
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 13
16 @New Mexico Highlands 18
Sep. 20
7 %Angelo State
34
Sep. 27
0 @Howard Payne 0
Oct.
4
22 Northern Colorado
33
Oct. 11
10 !Southwestern Oklahoma 30
Oct. 18
28 @Western New Mexico 35
Oct. 25
24 Central State (Okla.)
6
Nov. 1
16 @Cameron University
34
Nov. 8
20 Western State (Colo.)
18
Nov. 15
7 Texas Lutheran College 14
150
222
127
1983 (8-2-1)
NAIA Playoffs
Coach: Bill Kelly
Independent
176
Eastern scores a team-record 306
points and reaches the postseason
Greyhound Yearly Results
1984 (5-5)
Coach: Bill Kelly
Independent
1988 (2-8, 0-6 LSC)
Coach: Don Carthel
Lone Star Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep.
8
14 Southwestern Oklahoma 10
Sep. 15
50 @East Central Univ.
46
Sep. 22
19 %Fort Lewis College
7
Sep. 29
17 @Angelo State Univ.
18
Oct.
6
70 !Southern Colorado
13
Oct. 13
12 @Cameron University
13
Oct. 20
30 East Texas State
40
Oct. 27
13 @Howard Payne
20
Nov. 10
42 Texas Lutheran College
7
Nov. 17
0 @Central State (Okla.)
27
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep.
3
6 @Univ. of Montana
35
Sep. 10
30 @New Mexico Highlands 7
Sep. 24
50 @Fort Lewis College
17
Oct.
1
17 *!Abilene Christian 21
Oct.
8
18 *@Angelo State
49
Oct. 15
6 *Cameron University
15
Oct. 22
13 *@East Texas State
28
Oct. 29
18 *%Texas A&I
32
Nov. 5
15 *@West Texas State
34
Nov. 12
19 *Central State (Okla.)
35
267
201
1985 (5-5, 3-2 LSC)
Coach: Don Carthel
Lone Star Conference
192
273
1989 (7-3, 5-2 LSC)
Coach: Don Carthel
Lone Star Conference
1992 (5-5, 3-3 LSC)
Coach: Howard Stearns
Lone Star Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep.
5
9 @New Mexico Highlands 21
Sep. 12
14 @Western Colorado
57
Sep. 19
27 Western New Mexico
13
Oct.
3
30 *!Abilene Christian
6
Oct. 10
26 *@Angelo State
25
Oct. 17
45 *Cameron University
7
Oct. 24
21 *@East Texas State
30
Oct. 31
0 *Texas A&I
26
Nov. 7
56 @West Texas State
0
Nov. 14
13 *%Central Oklahoma
35
241
220
1993 (1-8-1, 1-4 LSC)
Coach: Howard Stearns
Lone Star Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep. 14
14 @Southwestern Oklahoma 25
Sep. 21
2 %East Central Oklahoma 25
Sep. 28
15 @Fort Lewis College
24
Oct.
5
27 !Texas Lutheran (OT)
24
Oct. 19
30 Cameron University
7
Oct. 26
38 *@East Texas State
51
Nov. 2
24 *Howard Payne
18
Nov. 9
23 *@Abilene Christian
9
Nov. 16
26 *Angelo State
24
Nov. 23
17 *@Texas A&I
21
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep.
2
15 @Univ. of Montana
41
Sep.
9
33 New Mexico Highlands 9
Sep. 23
30 Fort Lewis College
14
Sep. 30
13 *@Abilene Christian 23
Oct.
7
30 *!Angelo State
20
Oct. 14
14 *@Cameron University
9
Oct. 21
45 *%East Texas State
28
Oct. 28
12 *@Texas A&I
27
Nov. 4
21 *West Texas State 17
Nov. 11
41 *@Central State (Okla.)
5
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep.
4
10 New Mexico Highlands 15
Sep. 11
20 Western Colorado
24
Sep. 18
7 @Western New Mexico 37
Sep. 25
19 @Colo. School of Mines 19
Oct.
2
36 *@Abilene Christian 52
Oct.
9
0 *!%Angelo State
28
Oct. 23
15 *East Texas State
0
Oct. 30
22 *@TAMU-Kingsville
54
Nov. 6
34 West Texas A&M 35
Nov. 13
7 *@Central Oklahoma
36
216
228
1986 (8-3, 3-3 LSC)
Coach: Don Carthel
Lone Star Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep.
6
49 Western New Mexico 7
Sep. 13
30 @New Mexico Highlands 23
Sep. 20
38 @Fort Lewis College
15
Sep. 27
36 %Adams State College
12
Oct.
4
41 @Texas Lutheran College 13
Oct. 11 10 *!Abilene Christian 34
Oct. 18
14 *@Angelo State
35
Oct. 25
41 *Howard Payne
10
Nov. 1
21 *@East Texas State 6
Nov. 8
34 *Texas A&I
28
Nov. 15
3 *@West Texas State
50
317
233
Eastern breaks scoring record with
317 points
1987 (9-2, 4-2 LSC)
Coach: Don Carthel
Lone Star Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep.
5
33 @Western New Mexico 14
Sep. 12
37 New Mexico Highlands 34
Sep. 19
33 Fort Lewis College
13
Sep. 26
30 @Adams St. College
21
Oct.
3
34 !Texas Lutheran College 13
Oct. 10
17 *@Abilene Christian
13
Oct. 17
18 *Angelo State
0
Oct. 24
41 *@Central State (OK)
35
Oct. 31
34 *%East Texas State 12
Nov. 7
7 *@Texas A&I
30
Nov. 14
7 *West Texas State
29
291
214
Eastern sets a new record for
wins in a season, capturing nine
victories
254
193
1990 (6-4, 5-2 LSC)
Coach: Don Carthel
Lone Star Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep.
8
13 @Cal State-Northridge
24
Sep. 15
0 Western New Mexico 7
Sep. 22
61 @New Mexico Highlands 21
Sep. 29
21 *!Abilene Christian
11
Oct.
6
15 *@Angelo State
14
Oct. 13
27 *Cameron University
0
Oct. 20
0 *@East Texas State
19
Oct. 27
12 *%Texas A&I
31
Nov. 3
32 *@West Texas State 0
Nov. 10
12 *Central State (Okla.)
7
193
134
1991 (7-3-1, 5-1 LSC)
Coach: Don Carthel
Lone Star Conference
LSC Champions
DATEENMU
OPP
Aug. 31
15 @Northern Arizona
22
Sep.
7
42 @Western New Mexico 10
Sep. 14
10 Cal State-Northridge
12
Sep. 28
36 New Mexico Highlands 6
Oct.
5
32 *@Abilene Christian
20
Oct. 12
13 *!Angelo State
12
Oct. 19
20 *@Cameron University
16
Oct. 26
17 *East Texas State
14
Nov. 2
20 *@Texas A&I
36
Nov. 9
20 %Nebraska-Kearney
20
Nov. 16
21 *@Central Oklahoma
12
246
180
Hounds capture Lone Star
Conference championship, are
15-5 in conference over three-year
period
170
300
1994 (6-4-1, 1-3-1 LSC)
Coach: “Bud” Elliott
Lone Star Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep.
3
27 @New Mexico Highlands 26
Sep. 10
47 Fort Lewis
7
Sep. 17
28 Western New Mexico
24
Sep. 24
10 @Southern Utah
24
Oct.
1
20 *!Abilene Christian
9
Oct.
8
0 *@Angelo State
38
Oct. 15
10 Tarleton State
7
Oct. 22
7 *@East Texas State
23
Oct. 29
15 *TAMU-Kingsville
24
Nov. 5
48 @West Texas A&M
38
Nov. 12
13 *Central Oklahoma
13
225
233
Eastern wins Wagon Wheel Game
on the road, 48-38
1995 (6-4-1, 3-3-1 LSC)
Coach: “Bud” Elliott
Lone Star Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep.
2
14 @Univ. of Montana
41
Sep.
9
27 @Fort Lewis College
17
Sep. 16
22 New Mexico Highlands 9
Sep. 23
9 @Western New Mexico
3
Sep. 30
17 *Abilene Christian 7
Oct.
7
10 *!Angelo State
10
Oct. 14
28 *@Tarleton State
7
Oct. 21
14 *East Texas State
28
Oct. 28
14 *@TAMU-Kingsville
33
Nov. 4
10 *West Texas A&M 7
Nov. 11
23 *@Central Oklahoma
33
188
195
1996 (3-8, 2-5 LSC)
Coach: “Bud” Elliott
Lone Star Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Aug. 29
13 @Stephen F. Austin
49
Sep.
7
6 @New Mexico Highlands 29
Sep. 14
17 Chadron State
20
Sep. 21
52 Western New Mexico
7
Oct.
5
6 *@Abilene Christian 25
Oct. 12
28 *@Angelo State
38
Oct. 19
24 *Tarleton State
17
Oct. 26
10 *@TAMU-Commerce
42
Nov. 2
13 *!TAMU-Kingsville
24
Nov. 9
31 *@West Texas A&M 21
Nov. 16
7 *Central Oklahoma
17
207
289
Eastern wins third straight Wagon
Wheel Game
1997 (5-6, 3-6 LSC)
Coach: “Bud” Elliott
Lone Star Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep.
6
3 @Western New Mexico
0
Sep. 13
34 New Mexico Highlands 31
Sep. 20
21 *Southwestern Oklahoma 12
Sep. 27
7 *@SE Oklahoma
21
Oct.
4
7 *!Abilene Christian 40
Oct. 11
7 *Angelo State
16
Oct. 18
26 *@Tarleton State
20
Oct. 25
10 *TAMU-Commerce
9
Nov. 1
14 *@TAMU-Kingsville
56
Nov. 8
34 *West Texas A&M (OT) 35
Nov. 15
7 *@Midwestern State
24
170
264
1998 (8-3, 6-3 LSC)
Coach: “Bud” Elliott
Lone Star Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep.
5
62 Western New Mexico
3
Sep. 12
31 @New Mexico Highlands 30
Sep. 19
34 *@SW Oklahoma
6
Sep. 26
30 *!Southeastern Oklahoma 13
Oct.
3
35 *@Abilene Christian 21
Oct. 10
10 *@Angelo State
7
Oct. 17
42 *Tarleton State
7
Oct. 24
14 *@TAMU-Commerce
26
Oct. 31
14 *TAMU-Kingsville
28
Nov. 7
10 *@West Texas A&M 13
Nov. 14
21 *Midwestern State
18
303
172
1999 (8-3, 6-3 LSC South)
Coach: “Bud” Elliott
Lone Star Conference
LSC South Co-Champions
DATEENMU
OPP
Sep.
4
33 @Western New Mexico 13
Sep. 11
54 New Mexico Highlands
7
Sep. 18
23 *Ouachita Baptist
0
Sep. 25
20 *@NE State
14
Oct.
2
28 *!Abilene Christian 31
Oct.
9
19 *Angelo State
24
Oct. 16
27 *@Tarleton State
13
Oct. 23
21 *TAMU-Commerce
10
Oct. 30
7 *@TAMU-Kingsville
42
Nov. 6
24 *West Texas A&M 16
Nov. 13
38 *@Midwestern State
13
294
183
Greyhound Yearly Results
2000 (6-4, 4-2 LSC South)
Coach: “Bud” Elliott
Lone Star Conference
LSC South Co-Champions
DATEENMU
Sep.
2
41 Western New Mexico
Sep.
9
22 @N. M. Highlands Sep. 16
16 **Midwestern State
Sep. 23
21 **Central Oklahoma
Sep. 30
21 *!Abilene Christian Oct.
7
18 *@Angelo State
Oct. 14
34 *Tarleton State
Oct. 21
7 *@TAMU-Commerce
Oct. 28
35 *TAMU-Kingsville
Nov. 4
49 *@West Texas A&M 264
OPP
6
30
33
16
23
8
27
9
7
21
180
2001 (6-4, 2-4 LSC South)
Coach: “Bud” Elliott
Lone Star Conference
DATEENMU
Sep.
1
70 @Western N.M.
Sep.
8
37 N.M. Highlands
Sep. 15
36 **@Midwestern State
Sep. 22
57 **@Central Oklahoma
Sep. 29
21 *@Abilene Christian
Oct.
6
0 *!Angelo State
Oct. 13
14 *@Tarleton State
Oct. 20
28 *TAMU-Commerce
Oct. 27
14 *@TAMU-Kingsville
Nov. 3
41 *West Texas A&M 318
OPP
7
6
33
35
35
28
55
20
35
27
281
2002 (8-3, 4-2 LSC South)
Coach: “Bud” Elliott
Lone Star Conference
DATEENMU
Sep.
7
27 Western New Mexico
Sep. 14
70 @N.M. Highlands
Sep. 21
46 Northeastern State
Sep. 28
35 **@East Central
Oct.
5
19 *Abilene Christian
Oct. 12
23 *@Angelo State
Oct. 19
14 *!Midwestern State
Oct. 26
27 *@TAMU-Commerce
Nov. 2
37 *TAMU-Kingsville
Nov. 9
27 *@West Texas A&M
Nov. 16
14 **@SW Oklahoma
339
OPP
20
28
14
29
20
14
28
17
34
16
25
245
Eastern wins fourth straight Wagon
Wheel Game, and sets a new
single-season record for points
with 339
2003 (6-5, 2-4 LSC South)
Coach “Bud” Elliott
Lone Star Conference
DATEENMU
Sep.
6
18 @Adams State
Sep. 13
45 N.M. Highlands
Sep. 20
24 @Northeastern State
Sep. 27
32 **East Central
Oct.
4
14 *@Abilene Christian
Oct. 11
31 *!Angelo State
Oct. 18
14 *@Midwestern State
Oct. 25
10 *TAMU-Commerce
Nov. 1
26 *@TAMU-Kingsville
Nov. 8
23 *West Texas A&M
Nov. 15
14 **SW Oklahoma
251
OPP
17
14
10
2
24
0
24
3
44
49
17
204
2004 (6-5, 4-2 LSC South)
Coach “Bud” Elliott
Lone Star Conference
DATEENMU
Aug. 28
31 Central Arkansas
Sep.
4
21 **@SE Oklahoma
Sep. 11
39 **SW Oklahoma
Sep. 18
14 **@East Central
Sep. 25
28 *Abilene Christian
Oct.
2
38 *@Angelo State
Oct.
9
21 *!West Texas A&M
Oct. 16
31 *@TAMU-Commerce
Oct. 23
22 *TAMU-Kingsville
Oct. 30
20 *@Midwestern State
Nov. 6
38 Western New Mexico
303
OPP
38
45
0
33
21
35
20
21
29
34
10
286
2008 (2-9, 0-6 LSC South)
Mark Ribaudo
Lone Star Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Aug. 30
9 @Southern Nazarene
16
Sept. 6
37 **SW Oklahoma St.
24
Sept. 13
14 **@SE Oklahoma St.
29
Sept. 20
14 **@TAMU-Commerce 38
Sept. 27
11 *#4 Abilene Christian
56
Oct.
4
13 *@ Angelo State 25
Oct. 11
27 *West Texas A&M
51
Oct. 18
21 *#@17 Tarleton State
42
Oct. 25
32 *!#Texas A&M-Kingsville 35
Nov. 1
16 *@Midwestern State
59
Nov. 8
59 Okla. Panhandle State
13
253
388
Seventh straight winning season
Greyhounds first season in spread
offense
2005 (5-6, 2-4 LSC South)
Mark Ribaudo
Lone Star Conference
2009 (2-9, 0-6 LSC South)
Mark Ribaudo
Lone Star Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Aug. 25
0 vs. Central Arkansas
51
Sep.
3
12 **SE Oklahoma
28
Sep. 10
28 **@ SW Oklahoma
0
Sep. 17
30 **East Central
13
Sep. 24
33 *@Abilene Christian
30
Oct.
1
38 *Angelo State
14
Oct.
8
51 *@!#16 W Texas A&M 5 2 OT
Oct. 15
27 *#22 Tarleton State
34
Oct. 22
14 *@#21 TAMU-Kingsville 26
Oct. 29
27 *Midwestern State
62
Nov. 5
47 Western New Mexico
20
307
330
2006 (3-7, 1-5 LSC South)
Mark Ribaudo
Lone Star Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Sept. 7
7 @Northeastern State
42
Sept. 16
24 **@East Central
15
Sept. 23
16 **Central Oklahoma
19
Sept. 30
0 *!#25 Abilene Christian 21
Oct.
7
7 *@Angelo State
17
Oct. 14
14 *#6 West Texas A&M 21
Oct. 21
0 *@ Tarleton State
48
Oct. 28
37 * TAMU-Kingsville
14
Nov. 4
19 *@#23 Midwestern State 29
Nov. 11
63 Okla. Panhandle State
14
187
240
2007 (5-6, 0-6 LSC South)
Mark Ribaudo
Lone Star Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Aug. 25
63 @Bacone College
20
Sept. 6
14 **Northeastern State
10
Sept. 15
49 **East Central
13
Sept. 22
21 **Central Oklahoma
7
Sept. 29
20 *@#17 Abilene Christian 45
Oct.
6
21 *! Angelo State 28 2-OT
Oct. 13
31 *@ #10 West Texas A&M 62
Oct. 20
10 *#10 Tarleton State
40
Oct. 27
35 *@#Texas A&M-Kinsville38
Nov. 3
7 *#21 Midwestern State
63
Nov. 10
52 Okla. Panhandle State
0
323
326
DATEENMU
OPP
Aug. 29
23 @CSU-Pueblo
28
Sept. 5
45 **@SW Oklahoma St.
7
Sept. 12
47 **SE Oklahoma St.
49
Sept. 19
76 **TAMU-Commerce
56
Sept. 26
33 *#2 Abilene Christian
44
Oct.
3
23 *!Angelo State 47
Oct. 10
24 *@West Texas A&M
34
Oct. 17
20 *#13 Tarleton State
30
Oct. 24
31 *@#13 TAMU-Kingsville 38
Oct. 31
17 *#13Midwestern State
50
Nov. 7
35 Incarnate Word
30
374
413
Greyhounds Lead NCAA in
passing, set new team records for
scoring and points in a game
The Greyhound record for touchdowns in a game
is five, and the last player to accomplish the feat
was Dennis Beard against West Texas A&M on
November 4, 2000.
In 2004, Corey White took the opening kickoff of
the second half against Southwestern Oklahoma
State, 100 yards for a score, tying an NCAA record.
The Hounds went on to win that game 39-0. Eastern
has four 100-yard kickoff returns in their history.
2010 (5-6, 3-3 LSC North)
Mark Ribaudo
Lone Star Conference
DATEENMU
OPP
Aug. 28
59 Southern Nazarene
21
Sept. 4
38 **@Angelo State
41
Sept. 11
17 **Midwestern State
44
Sept. 25
44 *!TAMU-Commerce
21
Oct.
2
10 *@Southwestern Okla.
21
Oct.
9
49 *Central Oklahoma 31
Oct. 16
19 *@East Central
22
Oct. 23
14 **Abilene Christian
53
Oct. 30
55 *Southeastern Okla
20
Nov. 6
40 *@Northeastern State 43 OT
Nov. 13
35 **@Tarleton State
10
380
327
Derrick Hunter sprints down the sideline at West
Texas A&M in 2005. Hunter holds a number of the
Greyhounds receiving records, and concluded his
ENMU career in 2005.
@ - Away Game % - Parent’s Day Game
! - Homecoming Game # - Forfeit
* Lone Star Conference/LSC South
** LSC crossover
Steve Hinson played from 2001-2004 and was
one of the top passers and kick returners in recent
history for the Greyhounds
Kevin Kott played from 1983-1984, and holds numerous
passing records, including the single game record for yardage,
with 500 against East Central in 1984. He also holds the record
for total offense in a game (496) and season (3,354).
Greyhound Records
Greyhound Football 2011
Burning Up
The Gridiron!
ENMU Individual Records
Total Offense
Rushing
Carries
Season 292
Yards
Game 294
Season 1,468
Career 4,202
Touchdowns
Game 5
5
Season 18
Average Per Carry
Season 7.3
Average Per Game
Season 131.0
Tom Manley, 1974
Heath Ridenour, vs. TAMU-Kingsville, Nov. 2, 2002
Michael Benton, 2007
Tom Manley, 1973-76
Charlie Painter, vs. Western N.M., Oct. 27, 1951
Dennis Beard vs. West Texas A&M, Nov. 4, 2000
Michael Benton, 2007
Russell Tatum, 1975 (90 carries, 650 yards)- min. 90 carries
Tom Manley, 1974 (11 games, 1,441 yards)
Passing
Completions
Game *64
Season 404
Career 620
Attempts
Game *94
Season 647
Career 1,042
Yards
Game **695
Season 4,373
Career 6,601
Touchdowns
Game 8
Season 31
Career 58
JJ Harp, vs. SE Oklahoma St., Sept. 12, 2009
J.J. Harp, 2009
J.J. Harp, 2008-09
JJ Harp, vs. SE Oklahoma St., Sept. 12, 2009
J.J. Harp, 2009
J.J. Harp, 2009
JJ Harp, vs. SE Oklahoma St., Sept. 12, 2009
J.J. Harp, 2009
Kevin Kott, 1983-84
Kevin Kott, vs. Southern Colorado, Oct. 6, 1984
J.J. Harp, 2009
Kevin Kott, 1983-84
Game 84.6% Benjy Dial, vs. Central State (11-13), Oct. 2, 1964
Season 62.4% J.J. Harp, 2009 (404-647)
Career 59.5% J.J. Harp, 2008-09 (545-929)
Receiving
Game 14
Season 86
Career 205
Yards
Game 234
Season 1,384
Career 2,458
Touchdowns
Season 14
Career 25
Game
Season
Career
First Downs
**681 JJ Harp, vs. SE Oklahoma St., Sept. 12, 2009
4,367 JJ Harp, 2009
6,082 Kevin Kott, 1983-84
*47 vs. SE Oklahoma St., Sept. 12, 2009
Punting
Average
Game 63.0
Season 44.1
Darian Dale, vs. SE Oklahoma St,, Sept. 12, 2009
Jesse Poku, 010
Jesse Poku, 2007-2010
Barry Coffman, vs. NW Oklahoma, Nov. 15, 1969
Steve Jackson, 1983
Jesse Poku, 2007-2010
Steve Jackson, 1983; Derrick Harden, 1985
Jesse Poku, 2007-2010
* NCAA Record
** NCAA DivisionII Record
Ken Willis, vs. Adams State, Oct. 15, 1949
Mark Montoya, 1987
Fewest Blocked (Min. 30 punts)
Season 0
Steven Todd, 2003 (53 punts)
Consecutive Punts Without a Block
Career 90
Steven Todd, 2003-04
Punt Returns
Yards
Percentage
Catches
Yards
Season 334
Career 688
Average
Season 16.6
Robert Briggs, 1986
Charlie Ragle, 1994-97
Tim Hamett, 2007 (15 for 249) - Min. 15 Returns
Kickoff Returns
Yards
Career 1,446
Average
Season 35.1
Steve Hinson, 2001-2004
Rufus Smith, 1985
Scoring
Points
Game 36
Season 108
Touchdowns
Game 5
5
Season 18
Field Goals
Game **6
Season 16
Career 50
Charlie Painter, vs. Western N.M., Oct. 27, 1951
Michael Benton, 2007
Charlie Painter, vs. Western N.M., Oct. 27, 1951
Dennis Beard vs. West Texas A&M, Nov. 4, 2000
Michael Benton, 2007
Taylor Cannon, vs. SE Okla., Oct. 12, 2009
Bob Gilbreath, 1987
Bob Gilbreath, 1986-89
Tackles
Number
Season 155
Career 515
Michael Walton, 1997
Michael Walton, 1996-99
Interceptions
Number
Season 13
Ron Holcomb, 1952
Greyhound Records
Rushing
Yards
Game 512
Season 3,444
at Bacone College, Aug. 25, 2007
2007
Passing
Yards
Game **695
Season 3,792
vs Southeastern Oklahoma State, Sept. 12, 2009
1983
Total Offense
Yards
Game 767
Season 5,042
Game 76
Season 374
318
vs Southeastern Oklahoma State, Sept. 12, 2009
2009
vs. Texas A&M-Commerce, Sept. 19, 2009
2009 (11 games)
2001 (10 games)
Penalties
Most Yards
Game 210
Season 1,211
Fewest Yards
Game 5
5
Season 402
vs. N.M. Highlands (27 penalties), Sept. 13, 1986
1983 (114 penalties)
vs. Western New Mexico, Oct. 12, 1963
vs. Colorado State, Sept. 29, 1957
1997
Most Opponent Yards
Game
239
vs. Midwestern State, Nov. 14, 1998 (21 penalties)
Fewest Opponent Yards
Game
0
vs. Angelo State, Oct. 11, 2003 (0 penalties)
Most Combined Yards
Game 353
ENMU (114) vs. Midwestern State (239),
Nov. 14, 1998 (32 penalites)
Most Combined Penalties
Game 37
ENMU (27) vs. N.M. Highlands (10),
Sept. 13, 1986 (270 yards)
Kicking
Most Field Goals
Game **6 (Tie) vs Southeastern Oklahoma State, Sept. 12, 2009
Season 16
1987
Rushing Defense
Fewest Yards Allowed
Game -50
Season 1,013
Fewest Yards Allowed
Game 65
Season 1,942
vs. West Texas, Nov. 7, 1992
1962
Scoring Defense
Fewest Points Allowed
Season 77
1951
Interceptions
Scoring
Points
Total Defense
at Oklahoma Panhandle, Nov. 10, 2007 (31 carries)
1990
Passing Defense
Fewest Completions Allowed
Game
0
0
0
vs. Western New Mexico, Nov. 7, 1993
vs. Colorado Western, Oct. 20, 1962
vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, Oct. 30, 1999
Season
534
1956
Fewest Yards Allowed
Most By ENMU Defense
Season 23
1987
ENMU’s Most ...
Victories in a Season
9, 1987 (9-2-0) and 1957 (9-0-1)
Games Without a Loss
11, Nov., 1956 - Nov., 1957 (10-0-1)
Consecutive Losses
7, Oct. 11, 1988 - Nov. 12, 1988
Shutouts in a Season
6, 1934 (Defense shut out opponent)
Consecutive Shutouts
4, 1937 (Defense shut out opponent)
ENMU’S Longest ...
Running Play
99 yards
J.T. Thompson, vs. East Central, Sept. 15, 2007
Pass Reception
95 yards
Steve Jackson from Kevin Kott, vs. NMHU, Sept. 10, 1983
Field Goal
53 yards
Rosli Hussein, vs. East Texas State, Oct. 26, 1985
53 yards
Rosli Hussein, vs. SW Oklahoma, Oct. 8, 1983
Punt
85 yards
Ken Willis, vs. Adams State, Oct. 15, 1949
Punt Return
94 yards
Joe Wood vs. Air Force Academy, Oct. 27, 1956
Kickoff Return*
100 yards Corey White, vs. SW Oklahoma, Sept. 11, 2004
100 yards Darrell Whitaker, vs. N.M. Highlands, Sept. 3, 1994
100 yards Billy Ray Thompson, vs. Western St., Sept. 12, 1993
100 yards Rufus Smith, vs. Howard Payne, Nov. 2, 1985
Interception Return*
100 yards Tonmar Johnson vs. Midwestern State, Nov. 13, 1999
100 yards Justin Hibbler vs. TAMU-Kingsville, Oct. 28, 2000
Blocked FG Return
80 yards
Tonmar Johnson, vs. West Texas A&M, Nov. 6, 1999
Comeback for a Victory
32 points 46-14 in 3rd qrtr. at East Central (50-46 win), Sept. 15,
1984
* Tied NCAA National Record and LSC Record
I n 1 9 9 9 , To n m a r J o h n s o n s c o r e d o n a 1 0 0 - y a r d i n t e r c e p t i o n r e t u r n
against Midwestern State with 0:17 left in the first half. In 2000, Justin
Hibbler intercepted a pass against TAMU-Kingsville and returned it 100
yards for a touchdown on the final play of the first half. In each case, the
interception return gave ENMU a 28-7 halftime lead. ENMU went on to
defeat Midwestern State, 38-13, and TAMU-Kingsville, 35-7.

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