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2014 Media Guide
2014 WILDCAT FOOTBALL
2014 WEBER STATE
FOOTBALL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
2014 Schedule...............................................1
Quick Facts....................................................3
Big Sky Conference......................................4
ROOT Sports..................................................5
Follow the Wildcats.......................................6
Weber State Coaching Staff................... 7-16
Head Coach Jay Hill................................ 8-9
Football Support Staff........................... 17-18
Player profiles........................................ 19-60
Roster................................................... 20-22
Pronunciation Guide.................................22
Team captains...................................... 23-26
2013 season stats.................................. 61-65
2014 opponents..................................... 66-72
Wildcat history........................................... 73 Year-by-year records.................................74
Wildcat Head Coaches........................ 75-76
Year-by-year game results.................. 77-82
Record against opponents................. 83-86
All-time NFL Draft picks............................87
All-time CFL Draft picks............................88
All-Americans............................................89
Jamie Martin..............................................90
Records.................................................91-113
Statistical leaders and records.........92-112
All-time attendance averages.................113
Stewart Stadium........................................114
Weber State University......................115-116
Weber State Athletics.........................117-121
Media/Radio Information................... 122-123
Athletic Communications.........................124
Credits
The 2014 Weber State Football Information Guide
was created, designed and edited by Paul Grua,
Director of Athletic Communications.
Photo Credits
Player, coaches, staff, and action shots by
Robert Casey of Casey Fotografiks.
Cover
Design by Darin Hogge, WSU Director of Publications and Digital Media.
2014 WILDCAT SCHEDULE
Aug. 28
at Arizona State
8:30 p.m.
Sept. 6
North Dakota State
6:00 p.m.
Sept. 13
at Sacramento State
7:00 p.m.
Sept. 20
Stephen F. Austin
5:00 p.m.
Sept. 27
*at Southern Utah
6:00 p.m.
Oct. 11
*Cal Poly
1:00 p.m.
Oct. 18
*at Montana State
3:30 p.m.
Oct. 25
*Portland State
1:00 p.m.
Nov. 1
*Northern Arizona
1:00 p.m.
Nov. 8
*at North Dakota
12:00 p.m.
Nov. 15
*Northern Colorado
1:00 p.m.
Nov. 22
*at Idaho State
2:30 pm
All times are Mountain and subject to change
*Big Sky Conference game
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QUICK FACTS
GENERAL INFORMATION
Name of School..................... Weber State University
Location...................................................Ogden, Utah
Founded.................................. 1889 (Four-year 1962)
Enrollement...................................................... 25,380
Nickname...................................................... Wildcats
School colors.................................. Purple and White
Affiliation................................. NCAA Division I (FCS)
Conference......................................................Big Sky
Stadium (Capacity)............ Stewart Stadium (17,500)
Playing Surface............................................FieldTurf
President.....................................Dr. Charles A. Wight
Athletic Director......................................Jerry Bovee
Associate A.D./SWA.............................. Amy Crosbie
ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS
Director of Athletic Communications.......Paul Grua
Office phone....................................... (801) 626-7414
Cell phone...........................................(801) 452-3811
Email.............................................. [email protected]
Press Box........................................... (801) 626-6588
Dir. of Publications/Digital Media..........Darin Hogge
Athletic Communications Asst......... Justin Johnson
Athletic Communications Asst........... Corie Holmes
Athletic Comm. Student Assistant............Tyson Jex
Website...................................WeberStateSports.com
Facebook............Facebook.com/WeberStateAthletics
Twitter.......................... @weberstate, @weberstatefb
Instagram.................................................wsuwildcats
TEAM INFORMATION
TEAM HISTORY
First year............................................................. 1962
All-time record................................. 266-294-3 (.475)
All-time Big Sky record................... 156-187-2 (.455)
Big Sky Championships..................... 3 / ‘65, ‘68, 08
FCS Playoff Apperances.............4 / ‘87, ‘91, ‘08, ‘09
COACHING STAFF
Head Coach...................................................... Jay Hill
Alma Mater..................................................... Utah ‘00
Record at Weber State............................. first season
Overall record........................................... first season
Big Sky record at Weber State................ first season
COACHING/SUPPORT STAFF
Associate Head Coach / OL.................... Brent Myers
Offensive Coordinator / QB..................... Steve Clark
Defensive Coordinator / LB.......................Justin Ena
Defensive Tackles.......................................Kite Afeaki
Running backs.................................. Quinton Ganther
Co- Special Teams Coord. / Sec...... Lance Hunsaker
Defensive Ends..................................... Jason Kaufusi
Passing Game Coordinator / WR.............Fesi Sitake
Tight Ends / Co-Speical Teams Coord..Colton Swan
Assistant Coach / Cornerbacks............ Terrell Cloud
Director of Football Operations................ Grant Duff
Head Athletic Trainer................................... Joel Bass
Strength and Conditioning Coach.. John Henderson
Head Equipment Manager......................Tom Shurtliff
Offensive Adminstrative Assistant........... David Rolf
Video Coordinator..............................Mike Humeniuk
2013 record..........................................................2-10
2013 Big Sky record/finish........................ 1-7 / t11th
Lettermen Returning (O/D/SP)......... 36 - (16 / 18 / 2)
Starters Returning (O/D/SP)................ 16 - (7 / 7 / 2)
Lettermen lost......................................................... 15
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BROADCAST SCHEDULE
SATURDAY, SEPT. 20
EASTERN WASHINGTON @ MONTANA STATE
SATURDAY, SEPT. 27
NORTHERN COLORADO @ MONTANA
SATURDAY, OCT. 4
UC DAVIS @ PORTLAND STATE
SATURDAY, OCT. 11
MONTANA STATE @ UC DAVIS
SATURDAY, OCT. 18
NORTHERN ARIZONA @ PORTLAND STATE
SATURDAY, OCT. 25
EASTERN WASHINGTON @ NORTHERN ARIZONA
SATURDAY, NOV. 1
SACRAMENTO STATE @ MONTANA
SATURDAY, NOV. 8
MONTANA @ EASTERN WASHINGTON
SATURDAY, NOV. 15
IDAHO STATE @ MONTANA STATE
FRIDAY, NOV. 21
EASTERN WASHINGTON @ PORTLAND STATE
SATURDAY, NOV. 22
MONTANA STATE @ MONTANA
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All games subject to change. For the latest schedule, visit ROOTSPORTS.com.
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SOCIAL MEDIA
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HEAD COACH
JAY HILL
JAY HILL
Head Coach
First Season
Jay Hill was named the 11th head coach in Weber State football history in December 2013.
Hill, a longtime assistant coach at the University
of Utah, comes to WSU with a reputation as one of
the top recruiters in the West and has spent time
working for three different head coaches at Utah.
Hill, 39, has spent the last 13 years at Utah, including the last nine seasons as a full-time assistant coach under Kyle Whittingham. Prior to that,
he spent four years as a graduate assistant and
administrative assistant with the Utes under legendary coaches Ron McBride and Urban Meyer.
The Lehi, Utah native played college football at
Ricks Junior College, where he earned junior college All-American honors at cornerback. He went
on to play two seasons (1998-99) at Utah under
Ron McBride. As a senior he led the Mountain
West in interceptions, was named Utah’s Defensive MVP and earned second team All-Conference honors. He later played briefly in the XFL and
signed free agent contracts with the Buffalo Bills
and New York Giants.
In 2005, he became a full-time assistant coach
under Whittingham. All nine seasons he spent at
Utah he worked as the special teams coordinator.
He also coached on offense and defense, coaching the cornerbacks (2005-06; 2010-11), running
backs (2012) and tight ends (2007-09; 2013).
Utah’s special teams excelled under Hill. In 2006
the Utes led the nation in net punting. They led the
Mountain West in kickoff coverage four straight
seasons and led the Pac-12 in the category in
2011, Utah’s first year in the conference. In 2012
Utah was sixth in the nation in kick return average
and this past season the Utes again led the Pac12 in net punting and finished 10th in the nation.
In 2008 Hill was a finalist for the FootballScoop
Special Teams Coordinator of the Year.
In his career at Utah, Hill served as the position
coach for five All-Americans: defensive back Eric
Weddle in 2006, punter Louie Sakoda in 2007,
Sakoda as a place kicker in 2008, punt returner
Shaky Smithson in 2010 and kick returner Reggie Dunn in 2012. Weddle was drafted in the second round of the 2007 NFL Draft by the San Diego
Chargers and is a Pro Bowl safety. Sakoda, the
only unanimous consensus All-American in Utah
football history, was a Lou Groza and Ray Guy
finalist in 2008. Smithson led the nation in punt
returns yards and average in 2010. Hill also mentored NFL draft picks Sean Smith, Brice McCain,
R.J. Stanford and Brandon Burton.
After his playing career
he spent three seasons
as a graduate assistant
coach and one year as an
administrative assistant,
working for McBride and
Meyer.
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JAY HILL
During his tenure with the Utes, Hill became acclaimed as a top recruiter. Rivals.com named him
to its “Class of 2009 Top 25 Recruiters” and named
him one of the Top 10 Recruiters in the Pac-12 in
2012.
Hill earned a bachelor’s degree in Spanish in
2000 from Utah and earned his master’s degree in
ESS/Sports Psychology in 2005.
He and his wife Sara have four children: Ashtyn,
Alayna, Allie and Jacob.
Hill Profile
Born: March 16, 1975
Alma Mater: Utah ‘00, ‘05
Overall record: 1st season
Coaching
Experience
Weber State
Head Coach - 2014-pres.
Utah
Special Teams Coord. - 05-13
Cornerbacks - 2013
Running backs - 2012
Cornerbacks - 2010-11
Tight Ends - 2007-09
Cornerbacks - 2005-06
Administrative Assistant - 2004
Graduate Assistant - 2000-03
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COACHING STAFF
BRENT MYERS
Associate Head Coach/
Offensive Line
1st Season
Brent Myers is in his first year as the Associate Head
Coach at Weber State. Myers also coaches the offensive line for the Wildcats.
Myers brings more than three decades of coaching
experience to Weber State. He comes to WSU after
spending the 2012 season as the offensive coordinator and tight ends coach at UNLV. He also spent two
seasons as an assistant coach at UNLV from 2010-11.
Prior to that Myers spent time coaching the offensive
line at Louisville (2007-09) and Arizona State (200406). He also spent the 2003 season as the assistant
head coach and offensive line coach at the University
of Utah under Urban Meyer. Jay Hill was a graduate
assistant at Utah that season. In addition, Myers spent
time as an assistant coach at Washington (2000-02)
and Boise State (1998-99).
Myers also brings experience coaching in the Big
Sky having spent six years at Northern Arizona (199297) and nine years (1985-91 and 1982-83) at Eastern
Washington. He also spent one season at Southern Illinois.
A native of Seattle, Myers was a Division II honorable
mention All-American at Eastern Washington in 1981
and graduated from EWU in 1982 with a bachelor’s
degree in Education. He received his master’s degree
from Eastern Washington in 1986. He and his wife Susan have one daughter, Morgan.
Myers file
Born: May 25, 1960
Alma Mater: Eastern Washington ‘82, ‘86
Wife: Susan
Children: Morgan
Coaching Experience
Weber State
Associate Head Coach/Offensive Line - 2014-pres.
UNLV
Offensive Coordinator - 2012
UNLV
Assistant Coach - 2010-11
Louisville
Run Game Coordinator/Offensive Line - 2007-09
Arizona State
Run Game Coordinator/Offensive Line - 2004-06
Utah
Assistant Head Coach - 2003
Washington
Assistant Coach - 2000-02
Boise State
Offensive Coordinator - 1998-99
Northern Arizona
Offensive Coordinator - 1992-97
Eastern Washington
Assistant Coach - 1985-91
Southern Illinois
Assistant Coach - 1984
Eastern Washington
Assistant Coach - 1982-83
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COACHING STAFF
STEVE CLARK
Offensive Coordinator/
Quarterbacks
1st Season
He spent the 2004 season as a defensive assistant
under Urban Meyer at the University of Utah, part of
the team that went a perfect 12-0 and won the Fiesta
Bowl. Jay Hill was an administrative assistant with the
Utes that season.
During his coaching career, Clark’s teams have gone
4-1 in bowl games, 2-0 at Utah and 2-1 at BYU.
Steve Clark is in his first year as offensive coordinator for the Weber State football program. Clark came
to Weber State in December 2013 after six years as
offensive coordinator at Southern Utah.
Clark also served one season as the passing game
coordinator at St. Mary’s College. In 2002 he was the
director of football operations at Utah. He also spent
three seasons as the offensive coordinator at Provo
High School.
Clark coached at SUU from 2008-13. He was part
of the Southern Utah team that posted an 8-5 record
in 2013 and advanced to the FCS Playoffs for the first
time in school history.
Clark earned a degree in communications from BYU
in 1992. He and his wife Suzanne are the parents of
four children: Alex, Emily, Jamison and Maggie.
During his time at Southern Utah the Thunderbirds
set numerous passing records. Southern Utah’s five
top single-season passing attempts efforts, the four
top single-season receiving yards efforts, and five
of the top six completions and passing yards efforts
have come in the past six seasons under Clark. He
coached two players, quarterback Brad Sorensen and
wide receiver Tysson Poots, who earned Great West
Conference Offensive MVP honors at SUU. Sorensen
finished his career as the SUU’s all-time leader passer
and was drafted in the 2012 NFL Draft by the San Diego Chargers.
Prior to his time at Southern Utah, Clark spent time
on the coaching staffs at BYU and Utah. He spent
three seasons (2005-07) on the staff at BYU working
with the offensive line and special teams under coach
Bronco Mendenhall. He helped the Cougars to a pair of
Mountain West Conference titles and three straight Las
Vegas Bowl appearances.
Clark file
Born: March 8, 1967
Alma Mater: BYU ‘92
Wife: Suzanne
Children: Alex, Emily, Jamison, Maggie
Coaching Experience
Weber State
Offensive Coordinator - 2014-pres.
Southern Utah
Offensive Coordinator - 2008-13
BYU
Assistant Coach - 2005-07
Utah
Assistant Coach - 2004
St. Mary’s
Assistant Coach - 2003
Utah
Director of Football Operations - 2001-02
Provo High School
Offensive Coordinator - 1994-2000
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COACHING STAFF
JUSTIN ENA
Defensive Coordinator/
Linebackers
1st Season
After his playing days his first coaching job came in
his hometown of Shelton, Wash., where he was an assistant on the staff at Shelton High School.
Ena, 36 and his wife, Dana, are the parents of two
children, a son Justice, and a daughter Olivia.
Justin Ena is in his first season as defensive coordinator at Weber State. He joined the Wildcat staff in
December 2013 after spending six seasons at Southern Utah. Ena also coaches the linebackers at Weber
State.
Ena spent six years at Southern Utah with four of the
years spent as defensive coordinator. He led the Thunderbirds to one of the top defensive teams in the Big
Sky the past two seasons. In 2013 SUU finished first in
the Big Sky regular season in total defense and scoring
defense. In 2012, SUU’s first year in the Big Sky, the
Thunderbirds ranked 13th in the nation in sacks and
were 19th in passing defense. Ena coached three-AllAmericans on the defensive side of the ball at Southern
Utah.
Prior to becoming defensive coordinator he spent the
2008 and 2009 seasons as Southern Utah’s special
teams coordinator. During the 2009 season the Thunderbirds led the nation punting and finished ninth in
punt return average.
Ena played college football at BYU, where he was
a four-year starter and a three-time Mountain West
All-Conference performer at linebacker. He went on
to play four seasons in the NFL, three with the Philadelphia Eagles and one with the Tennessee Titans. He
played in 47 career games in the NFL.
Ena file
Born: November 20, 1977
Alma Mater: BYU ‘01
Wife: Dana
Children: Justice, Olivia
Coaching Experience
Weber State
Defensive Coordinator - 2014-pres.
Southern Utah
Defensive Coordinator - 2010-13
Southern Utah
Special Teams Coordinator - 2008-09
Playing Experience
BYU (1997-2001)
Three-time Mountain West All-Conference performer
NFL
Philadelphia Eagles - 2002-03, 2005
Tennessee Titans - 2004
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KITE AFEAKI
QUINTON GANTHER
Assistant Coach/
Defensive Tackles
1st Season
Assistant Coach/
Quarterbacks
1st Season
Kite Afeaki (pronounced: kee-tay ah-fee-ah-kee) is in his first
season as an assistant coach at Weber State. Afeaki, a former Weber State player, coaches the defensive tackles for the Wildcats.
Afeaki came to Weber State after spending the 2013 season
as the assistant director of football operations at the University of
Wisconsin, working for coach Gary Andersen. At Wisconsin Afeaki
assisted with the day-to-day operations of the football team, including team schedules and travel and practice preparations. He also
assisted with the recruiting process.
In 2012, Afeaki was an administrative assistant at Utah State
where he assisted the Aggie defensive coaches. Prior to joining
Utah State’s staff he spent three years working for the state of Nevada.
Afeaki was a member of the Weber State football team in 2000
and 2001 under head coach Jerry Graybeal. He redshirted the
2000 season and saw action in nine games in 2001, recording 12
tackles and one forced fumble.
He then went on to play two seasons at the University of Utah
in 2004 and 2005 playing for Urban Meyer and Kyle Whittingham.
WSU head coach Jay Hill was also an assistant coach with the
Utes. As a defensive lineman Afeaki played in 22 games with the
Utes and made seven career starts.
Afeaki was born April 19, 1982, on the island of Tonga and played
high school football at West High in Salt Lake City. He earned a
bachelor’s degree in sociology and a minor in criminology from the
University of Utah in 2006.
He and his wife Uina have eight children, Finau, Henilieta, Seleti,
Matamoana, Sela, Lataheanga, Levila and Leila.
Afeaki file
Born: April 19, 1982
Alma Mater: Utah ‘06
Family: Wife - Uina; Children - Finau, Henilieta,
Seleti, Matamoana, Sela, Lataheanga, Levila, Leila.
Coaching Experience
Wisconsin
Assistant Director of Football Operations - 2013
Utah State
Administrative Assistant - 2012
Former University of Utah and NFL running back Quinton Ganther is in his first season as an assistant coach with the Weber
State football team. Ganther coaches the running backs for the
Wildcats.
Ganther played two seasons for Utah and twice earned All-Mountain West Conference honors with the Utes. As a junior in 2004
he rushed for 654 yards and was part of the Utah team that finished 12-0 and won the Fiesta Bowl. As a senior in 2005 he rushed
for 1,120 yards and seven touchdowns. Jay Hill was an assistant
coach with the Utes during Ganther’s career.
After his collegiate career Ganther was drafted in the seventh
round of the 2006 NFL Draft by the Tennessee Titans. He went on
to play five years in the NFL, appearing in 36 career games. He
rushed for 280 career yards and three touchdowns and spent time
playing for the Titans, Washington Redskins, Seattle Seahawks
and Buffalo Bills.
Following his playing career Ganther returned to Utah where he
spent the 2012 season as a student assistant coach with the Utes.
He also completed his bachelor’s degree in Sociology in 2012 at
Utah. In 2013, Ganther did a minority internship with the Seahawks
where he assisted in coaching the running backs.
Ganther was born July 15, 1984, in Oakland, Calif. Prior to his
Utah career he spent two seasons at Citrus Junior College and
earned Junior College All-American honors in 2003. During his career he set Citrus College single-season and career rushing and
all-purpose records.
Ganther file
Born: July 15, 1984
Alma Mater: Utah ‘12
Coaching Experience
Seattle Seahawks
Coaching internship - 2013
Utah
Student Assistant Coach - 2012
Playing Experience
Utah (2004-05)
Two-time Mountain West All-Conference performer
NFL (2006-10)
Tennessee, Washington, Seattle, Buffalo
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LANCE HUNSAKER
JASON KAUFUSI
Special Teams Coordinator/
Secondary
1st Season
Assistant Coach/
Defensive Ends
3rd Season
Lance Hunsaker is in his first season as an assistant coach with
the Wildcats. He is the special teams coordinator and coaches the
secondary at Weber State.
Jason Kaufusi has returned to Weber State as an assistant football coach. Kaufusi joined Jay Hill’s staff in December 2013 and will
coach the defensive ends for the Wildcats.
Hunsaker comes to Weber State after spending the last two seasons on the coaching staff at the University of Utah where he spent
time as the academic coordinator as well as Associate Director of
Player Personnel for the Utes.
Kaufusi spent two seasons (2010, 2011) as an assistant coach
at Weber State under coach Ron McBride. During his time with
the Wildcats, he coached the defensive ends. Under his tutelage
two players, Trevor Pletcher and Sam Fenn, earned Big Sky AllConference honors at defensive end. He returns to Weber State
after spending the last two years at BYU. In 2012 he worked as a
defensive graduate assistant coach with the Cougars and was a
football academic advisor in 2013.
It was his second stint on the coaching staff with the Utes. He
was a graduate assistant coach at Utah from 2003-06 where he
coached the outside linebackers and spent time working for coaches Urban Meyer, Kyle Whittingham and Gary Andersen. Jay Hill
was an assistant coach with the Utes during Hunsaker’s tenure at
Utah.
Hunsaker played four years of college football at Southern Utah
from 1997-01 spending time as a running back and defensive end.
As a senior in 2001 he played in all 11 games and started 10 for
the Thunderbirds. While at SUU he spent did a coaching internship
with the Dallas Cowboys working Jack Reilly, the offensive coordinator.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in advertising from Southern Utah
in 2001 and a master’s degree in sport psychology at Utah in 2006.
He and his wife Ami have three children, Lauren, 8, Clinton, 6, and
Eva, 1.
Hunsaker is the son of longtime college basketball coach Dick
Hunsaker, currently the head coach at Utah Valley. The senior Hunsaker played three seasons of college basketball at Weber State
from 1974-77 under head coach Neil McCarthy. He then spent ten
seasons as an assistant coach with the Wildcats from 1977-87 before later coaching at Ball State, Utah and Utah Valley.
Hunsaker file
Born: Oct. 18, 1977
Alma Mater: Southern Utah ‘01, Utah ‘06
Family: Wife - Ami; Children - Lauren, Clinton, Eva
Coaching Experience
Utah
Academic Coordinator, Player Personnel - 2012-13
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Kaufusi has also spent time as an administrative assistant at the
University of Utah under head coach Kyle Whittingham, assisting
with the cornerbacks. Hill was an assistant coach with the Utes
at the time. Kaufusi spent five seasons (2004-08) as an assistant
coach at Cottonwood High School.
A native of Salt Lake City, Kaufusi attended East High School
where as a senior in 1996 he was named the Utah 4A Player of the
Year and led the Leopards to a 13-0 record and the state title. He
signed to play at Utah in February 1997 but left to serve a two-year
LDS Church mission to Panama before beginning his collegiate career. He joined the Utes in 2000 under head coach Ron McBride
and was named the Co-Mountain West Conference Freshman of
the Year. He went on to earn First Team All-Mountain West honors
in 2001 and 2002.
He was the fourth Kaufusi to play at the University of Utah following the steps of his brothers Doug, Henry and Jeff. Jason and his
wife Tenille are the parents of two daughters, Taliana and Malia,
and a son, Ammon.
Kaufusi file
Born: Feb. 27, 1979
Alma Mater: Utah ‘04
Family: Wife - Tenille ; Children - Taliana, Malia, Ammon
Coaching Experience
BYU
Graduate Assistant, Academic Advsior - 2012-13
Weber State
Assistant Coach - 2010-11
Utah
Administrative Assistant - 2009
Cottonwood High School
Assistant Coach - 2004-08
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FESI SITAKE
COLTON SWAN
Passing Game Coordinator/
Wide Receivers
1st Season
Assistant Coach/
Tight Ends /
Co-Special Teams Coordinator
10th Season
Fesi Sitake is in his first season as an assistant coach at Weber
State after joining the program in December 2013. Sitake is Weber
State’s passing game coordinator and also coaches the wide receivers for the Wildcats. He comes to Weber State after spending
the last three seasons coaching at Southern Utah.
Sitake played college football at Southern Utah where he was
a two-time Great West All-Conference performer. He was one of
the top wide receivers in SUU history and also excelled as a return specialist. As a senior in 2010 he had 877 receiving yards, the
ninth most in Thunderbird history, and finished sixth in the nation in
receptions per game. As a junior he was seventh in the country in
punt return average.
He began his coaching career in 2011 at SUU as a student assistant coach. He then coached the last two seasons as the wide
receivers coach and passing game coordinator. He was part of the
Southern Utah team that finished 8-5 in 2013 and advanced to the
FCS Playoffs for the first time in school history.
Sitake is a native of Sandy, Utah. He graduated from Southern
Utah in 2011 with a degree in Business Marketing. He and his wife
Holly are the parents of one son, Sefesi. His brother Kalani is currently the assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at the
University of Utah.
Former Weber State linebacker Colton Swan returns for his 10th
season with the Wildcats in 2014, making him the longest tenured
coach at Weber State on the Wildcat staff. This season he will
coach the tight ends and assist as teh Co-Special Teams Coordinator. He also coordinates the efforts of the WSU Gridiron Club, a
group of former Weber State football players.
Swan has coached under five head coaches in his time at Weber
State. The last two seasons he coached the linebackers where he
coached Anthony Morales to Big Sky All-Conference honors each
seasons. Morales led the conference and was third in the nation in
tackles in 2012.
Prior to taking over the linebacker position, Swan spent three
seasons as the Co-Defensive Coordinator for the Wildcats. Before becoming the defensive coordinator, Swan spent three years
coaching the WSU safeties.
Swan is one of WSU’s successful walk-on stories. He came to
Weber State in 1999 to try out and ended up red shirting the season. In 2000, he played in 10 games, mostly on special teams, and
had 12 tackles. Between the 2000 and 2001 season, he worked
extremely hard in the weight room added 20 pounds. He became
a starter in the last five games of his sophomore season in 2001,
registering 60 tackles. As a junior in 2002, he became a full-time
starter earning a scholarship. He was named Honorable Mention
All-Big Sky and led the Wildcats with 89 total tackles.
He was a mainstay on the 2003 team which posted an 8-4 record.
He was named Second Team All-Big Sky Conference after he recorded 109 total tackles, had three forced fumbles and an interception. He graduated from Weber State in 2004 and was a three-time
member of the Big Sky Academic All-Conference team.
Swan was born Oct. 31, 1980, and is a native of Jerome, Idaho.
Sitake file
Born: May 24, 1986
Alma Mater: Southern Utah ’11
Family: Wife - Holly; Children - Sefesi
Coaching Experience
Southern Utah
Passing Game Coordinator - 2012-13
Southern Utah
Student Assistant Coach - 2011
Swan file
Born: Oct. 31, 1980
Alma Mater: Weber State ‘04
Coaching Experience
Weber State
Assistant Coach/Linebackers - 2012-13
Weber State
Co-Defensive Coordinator - 2009-11
Weber State
Assistant Coach/Safeties - 2005-07
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TERRELL CLOUD
GRANT DUFF
Assistant Coach/Cornerbacks
1st Season
Director of Football Operations
1st Season
Former Wildcat football player Terrell Cloud is in his first year as
an assistant coach with the Wildcats. Cloud will be coach the cornerbacks at Weber State.
Cloud, a native of San Diego, played four years of football at
Weber State from 2005-08. He originally signed with the Wildcats
in 2004 and sat out the season as a redshirt. He played four years
at cornerback under head coach Ron McBride for the Wildcats. He
appeared in 42 career games with the Wildcats and totaled 108
tackles with 16 pass breakups and three interceptions.
During his senior season of 2008, he started in nine games and
was a part of the Wildcat team that finished 10-4, one of the best
records in WSU history. Weber State won the Big Sky title that season and advanced to the second round of the FCS Playoffs.
Following his playing days, Cloud became an assistant coach at
his alma mater high school. He coached two seasons at Mission
Bay High School in San Diego, where he coached the cornerbacks.
Cloud graduated from Weber State in 2010 with a degree in Telecommunications. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Professional Communication at Weber State.
Grant Duff is in his first season as the Director of Football Operations with the Wildcats. He joined Weber State in July 2014. In
his role, Duff will assist in all areas of the football program including
travel, budget, scheduling and organization.
Duff came to the Wildcats after spending five years with the
University of Utah football program where he worked closely with
coach Jay Hill. Duff joined the Ute program in 2008 and spent three
seasons as an administrative assistant for the defense and special
teams. He spent the 2011 and 2012 seasons as an on-field graduate assistant coach where he worked with the stud linebackers and
coached the offensive scout teams.
During his time at Utah, he worked behind the scenes for four Ute
bowl teams, including the 2009 Sugar Bowl victory over Alabama. He
was also involved in the 2009 Poinsettia Bowl, the 2010 Las Vegas
Bowl and the 2011 Sun Bowl.
Duff is a native of Blackfoot, Idaho and graduated from BYUIdaho in 2009 with a degree in agriculture. He earned his Master’s
degree in Health Promotion Education from the University of Utah
in 2013.
He and his wife Lyndi have two daughters, Abby and Colette.
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JOEL BASS
JOHN HENDERSON
Assistant Athletic Director/
Head Athletic Trainer
23rd Season
Strength and Conditioning
Coach
3rd Season
Joel Bass is in his 23rd season with Weber State Athletics. In
2011 he was elevated to the position of Assistant Athletic Director
for Support Services/Head Athletics Trainer.
A certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association
and a licensed athletic trainer in the state of Utah, Bass has been
an active force in the better treatment of high school, collegiate and
professional athletes.
As a result of his work and dedication, Weber State now offers
a four-year degree in Sports Medicine. Bass was the driving force
behind the curriculum.
Bass works primarily with the Wildcat football and men’s basketball teams, but also oversees all administrative responsibilities of
the athletic training program.
Athletics has always been a part of Bass’ life. The son of a former
high school football coach, Bass participated in football, basketball,
baseball and track as a teen. He played football at Ricks College,
and then transferred to Utah State University where he earned a
B.S. degree in Exercise Science, and served as an athletic training
student.
He received his Master’s degree in Athletic Training from Indiana
State University in 1988 and then served as the Assistant Athletic
Trainer at Montana State University for three years before coming
to Ogden. He and his wife, Beth, are the parents of a daughter,
Melissa, and a son, Jason. In October 2011 they welcomed their
first grandchild Vincent.
John Henderson is in his third season as Strength and Conditioning coach at Weber State, overseeing all 16 WSU sports. He
returned to WSU in 2012 after spending one year as the head athletic trainer at Cal State Monterrey Bay.
Henderson initially came to Weber State in 2008 and served as
an athletic trainer and assistant strength and conditioning coach.
As a certified athletic trainer by the National Athletic Trainers Association, John provides sports medicine coverage for Weber State’s
16 varsity sports.
He received a Bachelor of Science degree in clinical athletic
training from Weber State University in 2007, and a Master of Science degree in Sports Conditioning and Performance from Southern Utah University. Henderson is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning
Association.
Prior to coming to Weber State, Henderson served as the Program Development Coordinator for Mountain Land Physical Therapy and as the Director of Athletic Training Services at BASICS
Sports Medicine. He created sports medicine outreach programs
and provided services for local high schools, club, and professional sports teams including serving as the Head Athletic Trainer
for a professional arena football team. He is an approved clinical
instructor for the athletic training education program and teaches
beginning and advanced rehabilitation. Henderson created and
manages the strength and conditioning internship program which
allows students to prepare for the CSCS exam and gain strength
and conditioning experience in the university setting.
He and his wife Yvette have two sons, Derek and Marcus.
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TOM SHURTLIFF
DAVID ROLF
Head Equipment Manager
22nd Season
Offensive Administrative Asst.
1st Season
Tom Shurtliff is in his 22nd season as Head Equipment Manager
at Weber State. He oversees equipment needs for all 16 of Weber
State’s intercollegiate sports. He began at Weber State in January
1992.
David is in his first season as an Offensive Administrative Assistant Coach at Weber State. He will assist the offensive coaching
staff in all aspects of the program. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Criminal Justice at Weber State.
Shurtliff follows in the footsteps of his father-in-law Ron Flygare,
who served for over 30 years in the same capacity.
Rolf came to WSU after spending the 2013 season with the San
Diego Chargers in the NFL. Rolf played two seasons of football at
Michigan State in 2008 and 2009. He appeared in all 26 games in
his two seasons with the Spartans.
A native of Ogden Shurtliff graduated from Ogden High School.
He spent 17 years working for Steiner’s American Linen before assuming his current role at Weber State.
Shurtliff is a Certified Member of the Athletic Equipment Manager’s Association.
Married to the former Ronda Flygare, he is the father of three
daughters, Sarah, Kellie and Stephanie. He is grandfather to five:
Kendrick, Mickell, Saraih, Kyson, and Kempton.
MIKE HUMENIUK
After two seasons at Michigan State, he transferred to the University of Utah where he played two seasons, 2011 and 2012. He
saw action in 23 games in two years with the Utes, playing at tight
end and defensive end. He graduated from Utah in 2013 with a
degree in Sociology.
Rolf graduated from Piqua High School in Ohio. His brother Pete
played two seasons of football at Weber State from 2010-11. He is
the nephew of WSU defensive line coach Jason Kaufusi.
Video Coordinator
1st Season
Mike Humeniuk is in his first year as the video coordinator for the
Wildcat football team. He oversees all video of the Wildcats, including practices and games, and also assists the Wildcat program in
Quality Control.
Humeniuk, a native of Salt Lake City, came to Weber State after
three seasons as an assistant coach at Herriman High School. He
coached for the Mustangs from 2011-13 where he coached running
backs and also spent time as the Special Teams Coordinator.
He graduated from West Jordan High School in 2005 and then
attended the University of Utah.
Humeniuk and his wife Stephanie are the parents of two children, Kadin, 7, and Olivia, 5.
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94 Jalin Ames
DL
80
72
8
6
63
65
7
Drew Batchelor
Ismael Betancourt
Bo Bolen
Riley Bradshaw
Tyrone Brown
Baron Bruce
Josh Burton
WR
OL
RB
QB
OL
OL
S
42
78
10
46
47
15
71
77
Jonathan Carlson
Mike Cisneros
Jadrian Clark
Keenan Coogler
Kellen Copeland
Braden Corpus
Tui Crichton
Max Curtis
LB
OT
QB
LB
RB
WR
OL
OL
19
16
2
59
Gabe Davis
Darryl Denby
Cordero Dixon
Romello Dixon
WR
WR
CB
DL
41
9
33
29
Carson Fackrell
Jalen Fields
Karl Finai
Deon’tae Florence
K
CB
FB
CB
57
43
20
66
11
Jake Gallegos
Grant Garry
Shamir Geisinger
Nick Giles
Billy Green
DT
LS
CB
OL
QB
32
22
55
88
52
40
Jawian Harrison
S
Xequille Harry
CB
Joe Hawkins
OL
Helam Heimuli
TE
Rayshawn Henderson DT
Marquel Holmes
LB
24
56
5
26
23
4
Ladale Jackson
Dakota Jenkins-Baty
Devonte Johnson
Taron Johnson
Tre’von Johnson
Chris Jones
CB
DL
CB
CB
S
S
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Name
Pos. Ht.
Shaydon Kehano
WR 5-11
Cordero Dixon
CB 5-10
Jonathan Willis
QB 5-11
Chris Jones
S
5-11
Devonte Johnson
CB
6-1
Riley Bradshaw
QB 6-1
Josh Burton
S
6-1
Bo Bolen
RB/KR 5-9
Jalen Fields
WR 5-10
Wt. Yr.
190 Sr.
175 Jr.
200 Sr.
190 Sr.
170 Jr.
185 Fr.
180 So.
225 Sr.
170 So.
Exp.
3VL
2VL
1VL
1VL
1VL
HS
1VL
3VL
1VL
Hometown (Previous School)
Kaneohe, HI (Castle) Gainesville, FL (Gainesville)
Oakland, CA (San Mateo JC)
Compton, CA (Coll. of San Mateo)
Denver, CO (South)
Meridian, ID (Rocky Mountain)
Roseland, LA (Amite)
Aurora, CO (Grandview)
Mira Mesa, CA (Mira Mesa)
Jadrian Clark
QB
Billy Green
QB
Luke King
LB
Conor McMahan
QB
Kamana Kaimikaua WR
Chad Leckington
QB
Braden Corpus
WR
Darryl Denby
WR
Alema Key
LB
Anthony Miles-Woods CB
Gabe Davis
RB
6-3
6-2
6-0
6-2
6-3
6-2
6-1
5-9
6-0
6-0
5-11
215
215
220
190
210
230
215
170
225
195
205
So.
So.
Jr.
Fr.
Jr.
Fr.
So.
Fr.
So.
Sr.
So.
SQ
TR
2VL
HS
1VL
HS
1VL
HS
1VL
1VL
1VL
Lakeland, FL (Lakeland)
Woodway, WA (BYU)
Salt Lake City, UT (Cottonwood)
Los Angeles, CA (Crespi)
Hawaii Kai, HI (Bishop Gorman)
Shelley, ID (Shelley)
Boise, ID (Borah)
Murrieta, CA (Vista Murrieta)
Springville, UT (Springville)
Santa Rosa, CA (Snow JC)
Jacksonville, FL (Bartram Trail)
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
Shamir Geisinger
CB
Tyron Morris-EdwardsS
Xequille Harry
CB
Tre’von Johnson
S
Ladale Jackson
CB
Zach Smith
RB
Taron Johnson CB
Dre Snowden
CB
Adam Padilla
S
Deon’tae Florence
CB
6-0
6-2
5-11
6-1
5-11
6-0
6-0
5-10
5-7
5-9
165 Fr.
200 Sr.
155 Fr.
215 So.
165 Jr.
210 So.
175 Fr.
150 So.
185 Jr.
175 Sr.
HS
TR
HS
1VL
TR
1VL
HS
TR
2VL
1VL
Sparks, NV (Spanish Springs)
Draper, UT (Utah/Alta)
Bountiful, UT (Woods Cross)
Salt Lake City, UT (Hunter)
Las Vegas, NV (Utah St./Silverado)
Kissimmee, FL (Gateway)
Sacramento, CA (Sheldon)
American Fork, UT (Utah State)
La Mirada, CA (St. Paul)
Largo, FL (Boise State)
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
Scott Nichols
Eric Wilkes
Jawian Harrison
Karl Finai
Pio Stowers
Cory Thomson
Josh Kealamakia
Mitch Tulane
Felix Woods
Blake O’Neill
RB
RB
S
FB
LB
RB
P/K
S
LB
P
5-10
5-7
5-10
5-11
6-1
5-10
6-1
6-0
5-11
6-2
185 Fr.
210 Fr.
175 Fr.
250 Sr.
220 Fr.
215 So.
210 Jr.
180 Fr.
195 So.
215 Jr.
HS
HS
HS
3VL
HS
TR
2VL
HS
1VL
TR
South Jordan, UT (Bingham)
Las Vegas, NV (Desert Pines)
Richmond, CA (El Cerrito)
Kearns, UT (Kearns)
Provo, UT (Timpview)
Santa Margarita, CA (Simon Fraser)
Syracuse, UT (Syracuse)
Syracuse, UT (Syracuse)
Lake City, FL (Columbia)
Melbourne, Australia
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
Marquel Holmes
Carson Fackrell
Jonathan Carlson
Grant Garry
Emmett Tela
Obi Owoh
Keenan Coogler
Kellen Copeland
Spencer Unga
Xavier Taylor
LB
K
DL
LS
LB
DE
LB
RB
LB
TE
6-0
5-11
6-2
6-2
6-1
6-2
5-10
5-10
5-11
6-5
220
185
255
230
220
240
215
210
210
215
1VL
1VL JC
1VL
HS
2VL
JC
1VL
1VL
HS
Ocala, FL (Trinity Catholic)
Ogden, UT (Bonneville)
Antioch, CA (Diablo Valley Coll.)
Sandy, UT (Jordan)
Provo, UT (Timpview)
Roswell, GA (Roswell)
San Pablo, CA (Contra Costa JC)
Boise, ID (Timberline)
Ogden, UT (Bonneville)
Las Vegas, NV (Rancho)
So.
So.
Jr.
Jr.
Fr.
Jr.
Sr.
So.
So.
Fr.
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13
36
1
17
11
Jake Kahawaii
Kamana Kaimikaua
Josh Kealamakia
Shaydon Kehano
Alema Key
Luke King
51
14
98
54
81
91
Alex Land
Chad Leckington
Adam Lewis
Karsen Liljenquist
Cameron Livingston
Raphael Longangu
TE
WR
P/K
WR
LB
LB
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
30
OG
QB
DE
LB
WR 63
TE 65
66
Dustin Martin
DE
Cody McKague
TE 70
Connor McMahan
QB 71
Anthony Miles-Woods CB 72
74
Tyron Morris-EdwardsS
McKay Murphy
DT 75
Connor Myers
DT 76
77
Scott Nichols
RB 78
39
70
96
45
Blake O’Neill
Shane Oliverson
Iosua Opeta
Obi Owoh
28
86
99
83
97
Adam Padilla
Tyler Parson
Mene Perese
Marquis Pippins
Likio Pope
25
27
34
89
Zach Smith
Dre Snowden
Pio Stowers
Ross Stribling
49
44
35
58
37
76
Xavier Taylor
Emmett Tela
Cory Thompson
Legrand Toia
Mitch Tulane
Justin Turner
53
87
12
18
21
90
92
Roman Valenzuela LB
Alex Land
C
Rayshawn Henderson DT
Dustin Martin
DE
Karsen Liljenquist
LB
Joe Hawkins
OL
Dakota Jenkins-Baty DL
Jake Gallegos
DT
LeGrand Toia
LB
Romello Dixon
DL
6-0
6-4
6-1
6-3
6-2
6-1
6-1
6-2
6-2
6-1
235 Jr.
295 Sr.
275 Fr.
265 Sr.
230 Fr.
315 Jr.
265 So.
280 So.
195 Fr.
245 So.
2VL
3VL
HS
2VL
HS
2VL
1VL
TR
HS
TR
South Jordan, UT (Bingham)
Edmond, OK (Edmond Santa Fe)
Las Vegas, NV (Canyon Springs)
Liberty, UT (Weber)
Alpine, UT (Lone Peak)
Vero Beach, FL (Vero Beach)
Salt Lake City, UT (Cottonwood)
Hooper, UT (Utah State/Fremont)
Riverton, UT (Riverton)
New Orleans, LA (Archbishop Shaw)
Tyrone Brown
Baron Bruce
Nick Giles
OL
OL
OL
6-2
6-4
6-4
310 So.
305 Fr.
300 Fr.
1VL
HS
HS
Orlando, FL (Lake Highland)
Sandy, UT (Alta)
Salt Lake City, UT (Brighton)
Shane Oliverson
Tui Crichton
Ismael Betancourt
Cameron Young
A.J. Wilcox
Justin Turner
Max Curtis
Mike Cisneros
OL
OL
OL
OL
OL
OL
OL
OT
6-4
6-3
6-4
6-3
6-5
6-3
6-5
6-4
275
350
295
310
295
285
290
290
Jr.
Jr.
Fr.
So.
So.
Jr.
So.
RFr.
2VL
TR
HS
1VL
1VL
2VL
SQ
RS
Hyde Park, UT (Preston)
Provo, UT (BYU/Timpview)
Buckeye, AZ (Buckeye Union)
Cove, TX (Barbers Hill)
Clearfield, UT (Syracuse)
Layton, UT (Layton)
Meridian, ID (Mountain View)
Las Vegas, NV (Desert Pines)
185 Fr.
195 So.
190 Fr.
250 Sr.
190 Jr.
245 So.
245 So.
205 Jr.
HS
1VL
HS
2VL
1VL
1VL
1VL
JC
St. George, UT (Dixie)
Ocala, FL (Ocala Vanguard)
Richmond, CA (El Cerrito)
Laie, HI (Golden West CC)
Bountiful, UT (Woods Cross)
Boise, ID (Borah)
Woods Cross, UT (Bountiful)
Los Angeles, CA (El Camino)
290
205
290
185
255
250
290
250
280
TR
HS
3VL
JC
1VL
HS
TR
RS
1VL
Alpine, UT (Utah/LonePeak)
Euless, TX (Trinity)
Edmond, OK (Edmond Memorial)
Parker, CO (Mesa CC/Ponderosa)
West Jordan, UT (Juan Diego)
Stansbury Park, UT (Stansbury)
Orem, UT (Utah/Provo)
Meridian, ID (Rocky Mountain)
Amaua, American Samoa (Mililani)
80 Drew Batchelor
WR 5-11
81 Cameron Livingston WR 6-2
83 Marquis Pippins
WR 6-3
84 Jake Kahawaii
TE
6-4
86 Tyler Parson
WR 6-0
TE
6-4
CB 87 Cody McKague
TE
6-3
WR 88 Helam Heimuli
WR 6-4
DL 89 Ross Stribling
WR
DT
6-4
DT 90 McKay Murphy
91 Raphael Longangu TE
6-4
DT
6-0
RB 92 Connor Myers
TE
6-4
CB 93 Chase Vorwaller
94 Jalin Ames
DL
6-3
LB
DL
6-4
WR 96 Iosua Opeta
97 Likio Pope
DT 5-11
DE
6-6
LB 98 Adam Lewis
DL
6-2
LB 99 Mene Perese
RB
LB Coaching staff
S
Jay Hill
Head Coach
OL
P
OL
DL
DE
48 Spencer Unga
LB
50 Roman Valenzuela
93 Chase Vorwaller
LB
TE
75
31
3
38
A.J. Wilcox
Eric Wilkes
Jonathan Willis
Felix Woods
OL
RB
QB
LB
74 Cameron Young
OL
Brent Myers
Steve Clark
Justin Ena
Kite Afeaki
Quinton Ganther
Lance Hunsaker
Jason Kaufusi
Fesi Sitake
Colton Swan
Grant Duff
RFr.
Fr.
Sr.
So.
Jr.
Fr.
RFr.
RFr.
So.
Associate Head Coach / Offensive Line
Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks
Defensive Coordinator / Linebackers
Assistant Coach / Defensive Tackles
Assistant Coach / Running Backs
Assistant Coach / Secondary / Co-Special Teams Coordinator
Assistant Coach / Defensive Ends
Assistant Coach / Passing Game Coordinator / Wide Receivers
Assistant Coach / Tight Ends / Co-Special Teams Coordinator
Director of Football Operations
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Utah (34)
Jalin Ames
Drew Batchelor
Baron Bruce
Tui Crichton
Carson Fackrell
Karl Finai
Jake Gallegos
Grant Garry
Nick Giles
Xequille Harry
Helam Heimuli
Dakota Jenkins-Baty
Tre’von Johnson
Luke King
Josh Kealamakia
Alema Key
Karsen Liljenquist
Dustin Martin
McKay Murphy
Tyron Morris-Edwards
Scott Nichols
Shane Oliverson
Iosua Opeta
Tyler Parson
Likio Pope
Dre Snowden
Pio Stowers
Emmett Tela
LeGrand Toia
Mitch Tulane
Justin Turner
Spencer Unga
Roman Valenzuela
A.J. Wilcox
By Location
Colorado (3)
Bo Bolen
Washington (1)
Billy Green
Devonte Johnson
Chase Vorwaller
Idaho (7)
Obi Owoh
Riley Bradshaw
Kellen Copeland
Braden Corpus
Max Curtis
Chad Leckington
Adam Lewis
Cody McKague
Nevada (6)
Mike Cisneros
Shamir Geisinger
Rayshaw Henderson
Ladale Jackson
Xavier Taylor
Eric Wilkes
Arizona (1)
Ismael Betancourt
Louisiana (2)
Hawaii (3)
Josh Burton
Jake Kahawaii
K. Kaimikaua
Shaydon Kehano
Romello Dixon
California (14)
PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
Jonathan Carlson
Keenan Coogler
Kee-tay ah-fee-ah-kee
Darryl Denby
Sis-ner-ohs
Jalen Fields
Two-e Cry-ton
Jawian Harrison
Fee-nigh
Taron Johnson
Z-kill Harry
Chris Jones
Hey-moo-lee
Ka-hawaii
Conor McMahan
Ka-ma-na Ka-e-me-cow-a Adam Padilla
Key-all-a-ma-key-a
Marquis Pippins
Kay-ha-no
Ross Stribling
Lil-in-quist
Long-gone-gu
Cory Thomson
Yo-su-a O-pet-a
Jonathan Willis
Oh-bee Oh-woe
A. Miles-Woods
Kite Afeaki
Mike Cisneros
Tui Crichton
Karl Finai
Xequille Harry
Helam Heimuli
Jake Kahawaii
Kamana Kaimikaua
Josh Kealamakia
Shaydon Kehano
Karsen Liljenquist
Raphael Longangu
Iosua Opeta
Obi Owoh
Adam Padilla
Pa-dee-a
Mene Perese
Per-es-ay
Likio
Pope
Lee-kee-oh
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Stri-bling
LeGrand Toia
Toy-a
2222
Georgia (1)
Oklahoma (2)
Alex Land
Connor Myers
Florida (10)
Tyrone Brown
Jadrian Clark
Gabe Davis
Cordero Dixon
Texas (2)
Florence
Raphael Longangu Deon’tae
Joe Hawkins
Cameron Young
Marquel Holmes
Cameron Livingston
Zach Smith
Felix Woods
Australia (1)
Blake O’Neill
American Samoa (1)
Mene Perese
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BO BOLEN
5-9 • 225 • RB/KR
Senior
Aurora, Colo.
A former All-American, Bo Bolen returns for his senior
season with the Wildcats. He was Weber State’s top running
back last year and enters the season as one of the top runners in school history. In his three seasons at Weber State,
he has played in 35 career games. He enters his senior
season ranked 11th in WSU history in career rushing yards with 1,695. He has 364 career carries
and 11 rushing touchdowns. He also ranks second in school history in career kickoff return yards
and has a career return average of 24.7 yards per kick. He is also is third in WSU history in career
all-purpose yards with 4,563.
2013 (Junior)
Returned to the Wildcats prior to the season after serving an LDS Church mission to the Philippines...Served as one of the team captains for the Wildcats during the season...Played in all 12
games and was WSU’s top running back...Led the team in rushing with 123 attempts for 549 yards
and five touchdowns...Opened the season with 20 carries for 85 yards and two touchdowns in the
win over Stephen F. Austin...Recorded a season-high of 124 yards against Montana State and had
106 yards against Idaho State, with one touchdown in each game...Had 11 kickoff returns for 292
yards and one touchdown...In his first kickoff return since coming back from a mission, he broke out
for a 100-yard return for a touchdown in the season-opening win over Stephen F. Austin...It marked
just the sixth 100-yard kickoff return in WSU history... Finished the season with 1,087 all-purpose
yards, the most of any Wildcat with an average of 90.6 yards per game...Also led the Wildcats in
scoring and was second in total offense...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors.
2010 (Sophomore)
Was not expected to play for the Wildcats during the 2010 season due to serving an LDS Church
mission...Received his mission call to the Philippines and was not assigned to leave until Dec. 8 so
he returned to play the 2010 season with the Wildcats...Earned Second Team Big Sky All-Conference honors on special teams...Played in all 11 games and started eight games for the Wildcats...
Finished eighth in the Big Sky in rushing at 64 yards per game...Had 153 carries for 704 yards and
three touchdowns...Had a season-high 156 rushing yards and two touchdowns against Portland
State...Also rushed for 90 yards and a touchdown in WSU’s four overtime home win over Northern
Colorado on Sept. 11... Finished third in the Big Sky in all-purpose yards at 163.8 per game.
2009 (Freshman)
Earned Second Team All-Big Sky Conference honors as a fullback, and was named Second Team
All-American by The Sports Network...Rushed 88 times for 442 yards and three touchdowns, and
had 27 catches for 269 yards and three more touchdowns...Had 39 kickoff returns for 958 yards,
an average of 24.6 per return...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors.
Personal
Full name is Bo Taimalelagi-Craig Bolen...Was born Sept. 10, 1990...Is majoring in Electronic
Engineering at Weber State.
CAREER STATS
YR
GP rec. tds. TD long
2011 11 43 883 8 83
2012311149
236
2013415
186
143
TOTAL
24711,268
1283
rec/g avg/cavg/g
3.9 20.580.3
3.7
13.5
49.7
3.8
12.4
46.5
3.017.9
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DEON’TAE FLORENCE
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Senior
Largo, Fla.
Deon’tae returns for his senior season as an AllConference cornerback for the Wildcats. He was the only
Wildcat named to the Big Sky Preseason All-Conference
team. After joining WSU early last season he earned All-Big Sky honors. He earned All-Conference honorable mention honors last season.
2013 (Junior)
Joined the Wildcats in early September as a transfer from Boise State...Played in 10 games
for the Wildcats and started in four games...Earned Big Sky All-Conference Honorable Mention
honors...Led the Big Sky in passes defended and was second in interceptions...Had eight pass
breakups and four interceptions on the season...Had two picks in WSU’s Homecoming game
against Sacramento State...Recorded 30 tackles on the season with a season-high six tackles
against Montana State.
Boise State
Appeared in seven games at Boise State as a sophomore in 2012, playing primarily on special
teams...Also saw time at cornerback...Recorded eight tackles on the season, four unassisted
and four assisted...Had a career-high five tackles against Wyoming on Oct. 27...Also had a
forced fumble against the Cowboys.
College of the Desert
Played in the 2011 season at College of the Desert in Palm Desert, Calif...Recorded 41 tackles,
15 pass break-ups and eight interceptions on the season...Was named Beach Bowl Defensive
Player of the Game following the game where he had 10 tackles, three interceptions and five
pass breakups.
Butte College
Redshirted the 2010 season at Butte College in Butte, Mont.
Armwood High School
Graduated from Armwood High School in Largo, Fla...Recorded 63 tackles, seven pass breakups
and two interceptions as a senior...Also earned two varsity letters in basketball.
Personal
Is majoring in Technical Sales at Weber State.
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UT
AT
TTTLF
98 151126 1-1
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FFFR PBU
INT-YDS
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CAPTAIN
ALEX LAND
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6-4 • 295 • OG
Senior
Edmond, Okla.
Alex returns for his senior season on the offensive line for the Wildcats. Has played multiple line
positions in his career. In his three seasons at Weber
State, he has played in all 34 career games and has started every game of the last two
seasons.
2013 (Junior)
Was one of the anchors on the Wildcat offensive line...Started in all 12 games during
the season.
2012 (Sophomore)
Started all 11 games on the offensive line for the Wildcats...Was part of the line that
blocked for All-Big Sky running back C.J. Tuckett and for quarterback Mike Hoke.
2011 (Freshman)
Saw action in all 11 games on the offensive line for the Wildcats...Was part of the line
that blocked for All-Conference performers Mike Hoke and Josh Booker.
2010
Sat out the season as a red-shirt after signing with the Wildcats in February 2010.
Santa Fe High School
Played under Coach Bruce Gowen at Santa Fe High School in Edmond, Oklahoma...
Comes out of the same high school program as former teammate Trevor Pletcher...
Earned All-State, All-District, All-Area and All-Conference honors in 2009...Was rated as
one of the top 20 offensive linemen in the state of Oklahoma his senior season...Helped
two of his running back teammates rush for over 1,000 yards in 2008 and 2009...Posted
a 3.80 GPA.
Personal
Full name is Alex Land...Was born April 21, 1992...Is majoring in Physical Education at
Weber State.
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CONNOR MYERS
92
6-0 • 290 • DT
Senior
Edmond, Okla.
Connor returns for his senior season at defensive tackle for the Wildcats and served as a team
captain in 2013. In his three seasons at Weber State,
he has appeared in 33 career games, including starting in every game of the last two
seasons. Entering his senior season he has 62 career tackles.
2013 (Junior)
Served as one of the Weber State team captains...Started in all 12 games at defensive
tackle for the Wildcats during the season...Recorded 35 total tackles on the year with 10
solo tackles and 25 assisted tackles...Had a season-high eight tackles at Montana...Also
had three tackles for loss on the year and had one pass breakup.
2012 (Sophomore)
Started all 11 games at defensive tackle for the Wildcats...Was one of nine players on
the team to start all 11 games...Recorded 17 total tackles with nine unassisted and eight
assisted tackles...Also had two tackles for loss...Had a season-high four tackles against
Montana on Nov. 3...Had tackles for loss against Sacramento State and Southern Utah.
2011 (Freshman)
Played in 10 games and started one for the Wildcats during the season...Recorded 10
tackles on the season with six assisted and four unassisted...Had two tackles each at
Utah State, at Northern Colorado, at Montana and home to Montana State, the one game
he started...Also had a fumble recovery against the second-ranked Bobcats on Nov. 5.
Edmond Memorial High School
Graduated from Edmond Memorial High School in Edmond, Oklahoma where he played
for Coach Justin Meredith...Earned All-State and All-Big City honors...Was named the
Edmond Defensive Player of the Year as a senior in 2010.
Personal
Full name is Daymond Connor Myers...Was born Aug. 20, 1993...Is majoring in Human
Performance at Weber State...Nickname is Catfish.
CAREER STATS
YR
GP UA A TKL
2011 10 4 610
2012 11 9 817
2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL
2013 12 1025
35
TOTAL33 2339
62
2626
TFL PD FF FRBLK
1-4 0010
2-4 0000
3-3 1000
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JALIN AMES
DREW BATCHELOR
Defensive End • 6-3 • 255
Junior
West Jordan, Utah
Wide Receiver • 5-11 • 185
Freshman
St. George, Utah
94
80
Jalin returns for his junior season on the defensive line for the Wildcats. He has played in 13 career games in his two seasons at Weber State.
2013 (Sophomore)
Played in all 12 games for the Wildcats during the season...Had
15 total tackles during the season with four solo tackles and 11 assisted tackles...Had a season-high four tackles against Utah State,
including one tackle for loss.
2012 (Freshman)
Appeared in just one game on the season...Saw action in WSU’s
home opener against McNeese State but did not record any stats.
Drew joins the Wildcats as a freshman wide receiver from St.
George, Utah. He signed with the Wildcats in February 2014.
Dixie High School
Earned First Team All-State honors by the Deseret News...Earned
All-State honors all three seasons...As a senior had 57 catches for
781 yards and nine touchdowns...Team won state title his junior
season under head coach Blaine Monkres...Also played basketball
and baseball at Dixie.
Personal
Was born Oct. 3, 1995 in Las Vegas...Mother is Stacey Batchelor.
2011
Sat out the season as a red-shirt with the Wildcats.
Juan Diego High School
Graduated from Juan Diego High School...Played for coach Jon
Colosimo...Earned First Team 3A All-State honors...Recorded 51
tackles and 7.5 sacks as a senior...Signed with the Wildcats in February 2011.
ISMAEL BETANCOURT
Offensive Line • 6-4 • 295
Freshman
Buckeye, Ariz.
Personal
Full name is Jalin Ames...Was born March 12, 1993...Is majoring in
Technical Sales at Weber State.
72
Ismael comes to Weber State as a true freshman on the offensive
line. He signed with the Wildcats in February 2014.
Buckeye Union High School
Played for coach Shawn Kemmer at Buckeye Union High School...
Earned First Team All-State honors on the offensive line...Also
played defensive tackle in high school.
Personal
Was born Jan. 29, 1996 in Los Angeles...Parents are Jose and
Christina Betancourt...Siblings are Samantha and Brandon.
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RILEY BRADSHAW
BARON BRUCE
Quarterback • 6-1 • 185
Freshman
Meridian, Idaho
Offensive Line • 6-4 • 305
Freshman
Sandy, Utah
6
65
Riley joins Weber State as a true freshman quarterback out of Meridian, Idaho. He signed with the Wildcats in February 2014.
Rocky Mountain High School
Played for Coach Scott Criner at Rocky Mountain High School...Totaled more than 3,400 yards of total offense as a senior...Finished
his career as Rocky Mountain’s career passing leader with 5,673
yards and 64 touchdowns...Earned All-Conference honors and was
named the Offensive Player of the Year...Also played two years of
basketball at Rocky Mountain.
Personal
Was born June 12, 1995 in Boise...Parents are Matt and Amy Bradshaw...Has four siblings.
TYRONE BROWN
Baron will be a freshman on the offensive line with the Wildcats.
He signed with Weber State in February 2014. He graduated early
from high school and enrolled at Weber State in the spring 2014.
He played with the Wildcats during spring ball.
Alta High School
Was a four-year letterwinner on the offensive line for Alta and as
a senior he earned First Team All-State honors from the Salt Lake
Tribune and Second Team All-State from the Deseret News...Also
earned a spot on the First Team All-USA Today Utah Team...Was
one of the team captains as a senior at Alta and was named the
offensive line MVP...Also competed in track and field.
Personal
Birthday is Jan. 10...Was born in Mesa, Ariz....Parents are William
and Sandra Bruce...Has one brother, Austin...Is majoring in Interior
Design Technology at Weber State.
Offensive Line • 6-2 • 310
Sophomore
Orlando, Fla.
63
Tyrone returns as a sophomore on the offensive line for the Wildcats.
2013 (Freshman)
Saw action in seven games for the Wildcats as a red shirt freshman
on the offensive line.
2012
Sat out the season as a red shirt after signing with Weber State in
February 2012.
Lake Highland High School
Played for coach Tim Borcky at Lake Highland Preparatory School,
graduating in 2011...Was named to the Super 60 list his final two
seasons (one of the top 60 players in Central Florida)...Started three
seasons at Lake Highland and played four years of varsity football.
Personal
2011
STATE
FOOTBALL
Was
bornWEBER
July 21, 1993
in Orlando...Parents
are Keith and Beatrice
Brown...Is majoring in Communication at Weber State.
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JOSH BURTON
JONATHAN CARLSON
Safety • 6-1 • 180
Sophomore
Roseland, La.
Defensive Line • 6-2 • 250
Junior
Antioch, Calif.
7
42
Josh returns as a sophomore safety for the Wildcats. He is one of
two players on the Wildcat on the team from Louisiana.
Jonathan returns for his junior season with the Wildcats after redshriting in 2013.
2013 (Freshman)
Played in all 12 games for the Wildcats as a redshirt freshman...Recorded 27 total tackles on the season with 10 solo tackles and 17
assisted tackles...Had a season-high six tackles at Portland State
with four tackles unassisted...Also had four tackles at Utah, at Utah
State and at Montana...Had one tackle for loss on the year and one
pass breakup.
2013
Sat out the season as a red shirt after joining Weber State in the
summer.
2012
Sat out the season as a red shirt after signing with Weber State in
February 2012.
Amite High School
Played for coach Alden Foster at Amite High School in Amite, Louisiana, graduating in 2012...Earned Second Team All-District honors
as a senior and Honorable Mention All-District honors as a junior...
Had six career interceptions, recorded 112 tackles and had one
touchdown...Team lost by one point in the finals of the state championship as a senior.
Diablo Valley Junior College
Played two seasons at Diablo Valley Junior College in Pleasant
Hill, Calif...Was part of the Diablo team that went to a bowl game
in 2012.
Clayton Valley High School
Graduated from Clayton Valley High School in 2010 where he
played for Coach Dardi...Earned First Team All-League honors and
played defensive end and offensive tackle.
Personal
Was born Dec. 27, 1991 in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif...Parents are
Christopher and Bergin Carlson...Is majoring in Health Promotion
at Weber State.
MIKE CISNEROS
Personal
Full name is Joshua Burton...Was born Nov. 3, 1993 in Hammond,
La...Parents are Roy Burton and Rosa McGee...Nickname is JB...Is
majoring in Sociology at Weber State...Plays the piano.
Offensive Line • 6-4 • 290
Freshman
Buckeye, Ariz.
72
Mike will be a red shirt freshman offensive tackle for the Wildcats.
2013
Sat out the season after signing with the Wildcats in February 2013.
Desert Pines High School
Played for Coach Bennett and Desert Pines High School in Las
Vegas...Was a First Team All-League selection on the offensive line
and the defensive line...Also earned First Team All-Division and
Second Team All-State honors on both sides of the ball.
CAREER STATS
YR
GP UA A
TKL TFL FF
2013 1210 17 27 1-2 0
TOTAL12 10 17 27 1-2 0
FR INTPD
0 0 1
0 0 1
Personal
Was born April 19, 1995 in Mexico...Parents are Alfonzo and Maria
Cisneros...Is majoring in Computer Science at Weber State.
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JADRIAN CLARK
KEENAN COOGLER
Quarterback • 6-3 • 215
Sophomore
Lakeland, Fla.
Linebacker • 5-10 • 215
Senior
San Pablo, Calif.
10
46
Jadrian returns as a sophomore quarterback for the Wildcats.
2013 (Freshman)
Saw action in four games as a red shirt freshman for the Wildcats...
Played against Utah, Utah State, Cal Poly and Montana...Finished
the season 2 of 6 passing for five yards...Had two completions at
Cal Poly...Also had four rushing attempts for 21 yards, with a long
run of 13 yards at Utah State.
2012
Sat out the season as a red shirt after signing with Weber State in
February 2012.
Lakeland High School
Played for coach Bill Castle at Lakeland High School...Earned Second Team All-County honors as a junior...In one game during junior
season he passed for 302 yards and four touchdowns in just one
half of a game...Earned Second Team preseason All-State honors
as a senior.
Personal
Was born April 22, 1994 in Indianapolis, Ind...Is majoring in Business Administration at Weber State.
Keenan joined Weber State in the summer 2014 as a senior linebacker.
Contra Costa College
Played three seasons at Contra Costa College in San Pablo, Calif.,
from 2010-12...Played for coach Alonzo Carter...Was a two-time
All-League selection...As a junior was part of the Contra Costa
team that won the BVAL Championship and won the Living Breath
Foundation Bowl.
Berkeley High School
Graduated from Berkley High School in 2010...Was a team captain
and was a two-time league Defensive Player of the Year...Earned
First Team All-East Bay honors as a senior in 2009 and was a First
Team All-Metro Area selection...Was part of the Berkeley High team
that won three league championships.
Personal
Was born Nov. 10, 1992 in Oakland...Parents are Ira and Joselyn
Coogler...Has two brothers, Noah and Ryan...Is majoring in Journalism at Weber State...Likes to cook.
CAREER STATS
Rushing
Passing
YR
GP No.Ydstd long c-a-i yds tdlongap
20134421
0
13 2-6-0
50
321
TOTAL
4421
0
13 2-6-0
50
321
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KELLEN COPELAND
BRADEN CORPUS
Running back • 5-10 • 210
Sophomore
Boise, Idaho
Wide Receiver • 6-1 • 215
Sophomore
Boise, Idaho
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15
Kellen returns as a sophomore running back for the Wildcats.
Braden returns as a sophomore wide receiver for the Wildcats.
2013 (Freshman)
Joined the Wildcats as a true freshman in the summer and appeared in 11 games for the Wildcats during the season...Had two
rushes for 13 yards, both coming at Utah on Sept. 7...Also had two
kickoff returns for 20 yards, with one each at Cal Poly and Portland
State...Also had one tackle on the season...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors in Business Administration.
2013 (Freshman)
Saw action in 10 games for the Wildcats as a red shirt freshman...
Recorded six receptions for 40 yards...Had two catches for 21 yards
at Utah, including a season-long 16-yard reception...Also had receptions against Stephen F. Austin, Eastern Washington and Montana
State...Also had one kickoff return for 10 yards at Utah and had one
tackle...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors.
Timberline High School
Graduated from Timberline High School in Boise in 2012 where
his father Kirk was the head coach...As a junior he earned Second
Team All-Conference honors as a defensive back and led the team
in tackles with 94...As a senior he earned First Team All-Conference honors as a running back and a defensive back and was First
Team All-State as a defensive back.
2012
Sat out the season as a red shirt after signing with Weber State in
February 2012...Originally signed as a quarterback but was moved
to wide receiver during fall camp.
Personal
Was born July 1, 1994 in Idaho Falls, Idaho...Full name is Kellen
Dean Copeland...Parents are Kirk and Lisa Copeland...Is majoring
in Business Administration at Weber State.
Borah High School
Played for his father, coach Darren Corpus at Borah High School,
the same high school as fellow Wildcat freshman Cody McKague...
Threw for over 1,900 yards and 16 touchdowns with no interceptions
as a senior...Also rushed for 900 yards and 12 rushing touchdowns..
Earned First Team All-Conference Honors as a quarterback...Was the
Team Captain and the Team MVP...Also was an All-Star selection...
Also played basketball and track at Borah High.
Personal
Was born May 21, 1994...Parents are Darren and Christy Corpus...
Father was his high school coach...Is majoring in Human Performance Management.
CAREER STATS
Rushing
YR
GP No. Yds td long
2013 112 13011
TOTAL112 13011
Kick return
no. yds td long ap tk tfl
2 20012 3311-2
2 20012 3311-2
CAREER STATS
Receiving
Kick return
YR
GP no.Ydstd long no.ydstd longaptk ff
2013 106 40016 1 10010 5011
TOTAL106 40016 1 10010 5011
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TUI CRICHTON
MAX CURTIS
Offensive Line • 6-3 • 350
Junior
Provo, Utah
Offensive Line • 6-5 • 290
Sophomore
Meridian, Idaho
77
71
Tui joined Weber State in the summer 2014 after transferring from
BYU. He will be a junior on the offensive line with the Wildcats this
season.
BYU
Played two seasons at BYU...Redshirted in 2009 and then left to
serve an LDS Church Mission to Houston, Texas...Saw action in 11
games for the Wildcats in 2012 and 2013...As a redshirt freshman
in 2012 he played in eight games for the Cougars and played in
three games as a sophomore in 2013...Was also recruited by Utah,
Colorado, LSU, Arizona State and Hawaii.
Timpview High School
Graduated from Timpview High School where he played for coach
Louis Wong...Earned First Team All-State honors as a junior...Was a
three-year starter but was forced to miss his senior season due to a
shoulder injury...Was part of the Timpview team that won back-to-back
Utah state 4A titles during his sophomore and junior seasons...Helped
the Thunderbirds to an undefeated season during his junior year.
Personal
Was born Nov. 23, 1990 in Honolulu, Hawaii...Name is pronounced:
Cry-ton...Parents are Al and Sweet Crichton...Has three siblings...
Nickname is Chains...Is majoring in Sociology at Weber State with
a minor in Professional Sales...Loves to sing, dance and rap.
Max returns as a sophomore on the offensive line for the Wildcats.
2013 (Freshman)
Was a freshman with the Wildcats but did not see action during the
season.
2012
Sat out the season as a red shirt after signing with Weber State in
February 2012.
Mountain View High School
Played for coach Judd Benedicks at Mountain View High School
in Meridian, Idaho...Was the team captain as a senior in 2011 and
earned the MAV Award for being outstanding on and off the field...
Was named to the honor roll at Mountain View all four years...Also
played basketball and track and field at Mountain View.
Personal
Was born Oct. 27, 1993 in Meridian, Idaho...Full name is Maxwell
Curtis...Is majoring in Human Performance Management at Weber
State.
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GABE DAVIS
DARRYL DENBY
Wide Receiver • 5-11 • 205
Sophomore
Jacksonville, Fla.
Wide Receiver • 5-9 • 170
Freshman
Murrieta, Calif.
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Gabe returns as freshman running back for the Wildcats. Had a
strong spring season which culminated with a 66-yard touchdown
run in the spring game.
2013 (Freshman)
Saw action in all 12 games as a true freshman for the Wildcats after
signing with WSU in February 2013...Had two rushes on the season
for four yards, both coming at Montana on Nov. 16...Had one kickoff
return for 16 yards at Cal Poly...Also saw time on special teams and
recorded three total tackles on the season.
Bartram Trail High School
Attended Bartram Trail High School in Jacksonville, Fla., where he
played for Coach Sutherland...Played running back and wide receiver
and returned kicks...Earned All-Conference and All-County honors
as a senior in 2012 and was an All-First Coast Honorable Mention
selection...Had 32 receptions for 631 yards and eight touchdowns as
a senior...Also had 14 rushes for 157 yards and three touchdowns
and returned two kickoffs for touchdowns...Totaled 13 touchdowns
on the year...Had nine kickoff returns for 285 yards for an average of
31.7 per return...Had one return of 99 yards and one of 91 yards...
Was also a member of the Bartram Trail track and field team and
was a part of the 4X400 meter relay team that won the state title.
Darryl comes to Weber State as a freshman wide receiver. He signed
with the Wildcats in February 2014.
Vista Murrieta High School
Played wide receiver and cornerback for coach Coley Candaele at
Vista Murrieta High School and earned Second Team All-League
honors...As a sophomore helped lead his team to a championship...
Also played basketball and baseball.
Personal
Was born June 9, 1996 in Riverside, Calif...Full name is Darryl Kevin
Denby II...Parents are Darryl and Felicia Denby...Has two younger
sisters, Alesia and Alexia...Plans on majoring in Communication at
Weber State.
Personal
Was born Sept. 22, 1993...Full name is Gabriel Davis...Is majoring
in Psychology at Weber State.
CAREER STATS
Receiving
Kick return
YR
GP no.Ydstd long no.ydstd longaptk ff
2013 122 4 03 1 16016 2030
TOTAL122 4 03 1 16016 2030
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CORDERO DIXON
Cornerback • 5-10 • 175
Junior
Gainesville, Fla.
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Cordero returns for his junior season as a cornerback and kick
returner for the Wildcats. In his two years at Weber State he has
appeared in 20 career games. He has 15 kickoff returns for 449
yards and one touchdown.
2013 (Sophomore)
Saw action in 10 games for the Wildcats during the season and started
in six games...Had 11 kickoff returns for 279 yards, the second most
on the Wildcat team...Had three kickoff returns for 110 yards against
McNeese State, including a 69-yard return...Finished the year with
25 tackles, with 18 solo tackles...Had a season-high six tackles at
Montana...Also had one tackle for loss...Had one interception for
28 yards, coming in WSU’s season-opening win over Stephen F.
Austin...Had three rushing attempts for 36 yards during the season,
with a season-high 25-yard run coming in the season-ending win
over Idaho State.
2012 (Freshman)
Played in 10 of 11 games as a true freshman for the Wildcats...The
highlight of the year came on his first career kickoff return which he
returned 100 yards for a touchdown against Montana on Nov. 3...It
was the fifth 100 yard kickoff return in Weber State history and the
first in six years...It was also the first kickoff return for a touchdown in
five years...In the last three games of the season he had four kickoff
returns for 170 yards and one touchdown...Averaged 42.5 yards per
kick return, all coming in the final three games of the season.
Gainesville High School
Played for coach James Thompson at Gainesville High...Earned AllArea honors and participated in the Florida-Georgia All-Star game
where he was named the Team MVP...Had four interceptions, 56
tackles, nine pass breakups and two defensive touchdowns...Also
rushed for 232 yards and had 210 receiving yards...Also competed
on the track and field team in the 100 meters, 4X100 meter relay
and in the triple jump...Has a 37” vertical leap.
ROMELLO DIXON
Defensive Line • 6-1 • 245
Sophomore
New Orleans, La.
59
Romello returns as a sophomore on the defensive line. He is one of
two Wildcats on this year’s team from the state of Louisiana.
2013
Sat out the season as a redshirt with the Wildcats.
Archbishop Shaw High School
Graduated from Archbishop Shaw High School in New Orleans in
2012.
Personal
Was born Aug. 23, 1994 in New Orleans...Parents are Rodney and
Michele Dixon...Is majoring in Criminal Justice at Weber State.
Personal
Was born Nov. 10, 1993...Mother is Vickie Allen...Has three older
brothers, Gary, Barry and Robert...Is majoring in Criminal Justice
at Weber State.
CAREER STATS
Kick returns
Defense
YR
GP No. Yds td longavg/r avg/g tkl ff int pd
2012 10 4 170110042.5 17.0 4 00 0
2013 10 11 279069 25.4 27.9 2511 6
TOTAL20
15 4491100
29.9 22.5 2911 6
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CARSON FACKRELL
JALEN FIELDS
Kicker/Punter • 5-11 • 185
Sophomore
South Ogden, Utah
Cornerback • 5-10 • 170
Sophomore
San Diego, Calif.
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Carson returns as a sophomore kicker after playing in all 12 games
as a true freshman.
Jalen returns as a sophomore wide receiver for the Wildcats. Originally signed as a cornerback before being moved to wide receiver.
2013 (Freshman)
Joined the Wildcats as a walkon freshman in the spring of 2013...
Saw action in all 12 games for Weber State during the season...Recorded 36 kickoffs on the season for 2,174 yards...Had an average
of 60.4 yards per kickoff...Recorded 19 kicks as touchbacks...Had
a season-high seven kickoffs in his first game as a Wildcat, WSU’s
50-40 season-opening win over Stephen F. Austin...Also had five
kickoffs in the season-ending win over Idaho State...Averaged over
59 yards per kickoff in 10 of the 12 games...Had one field goal attempt
which he made, a 42-yard field goal in WSU’s Homecoming game
against Sacramento State on Sept. 28...Earned Big Sky Academic
All-Conference honors in Athletic Therapy.
2013 (Freshman)
Saw action in all 12 games as a redshirt freshman for the Wildcats...
Recorded seven total tackles on the season with two solo tackles
and five assisted tackles...Had a season-high two tackles at Montana on Nov. 16.
Bonneville High School
Graduated from Bonneville High School in 2012 where he played for
coach Randy Johnson...Only played football his senior year of high
school...As a senior in 2011 he played in 10 games and made nine
field goals and 21 PAT’s...Made a 54-yard field goal against Roy...
Also made the game winning PAT in the 4A-5A All-Star game...Was a
soccer player prior to playing football...Was named Region 5 Co-MVP
as a kicker in 2011 by the Standard-Examiner...Was the soccer team
captain as a senior and earned All-Region honors as a forward...
Posted a perfect 4.0 G.P.A. during his senior year at Bonneville.
2012
Sat out the season as a red shirt after signing with Weber State in
February 2012.
Mira Mesa High School
Graduated in 2012 from Mira Mesa High School...Played for coach
Gary Blevins at Mira Mesa...Was named Varsity Team MVP and was
named to the All-Academic Team.
Personal
Was born Sept. 16, 1994 in San Diego...Name is pronounced: Jaylen...Is majoring in Human Performance Management at Weber State.
CAREER STATS
YR
GP UA A
TKL TFL FF FR INTPD
2013
12
2570 000
0
TOTAL
12
2570 000
0
Personal
Was born Aug. 22, 1993 in Ogden...Parents are Jim and Valerie
Fackrell...Is majoring in Technical Sales at Weber State.
CAREER STATS
YR
GP
2013 12
TOTAL 12
Field Goals
Kickoffs
att.madelong no.yards avg.tb ob
1 1
42
36 2,174 60.4191
1 1
42
36 2,174 60.4191
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KARL FINAI
JAKE GALLEGOS
Full back • 5-11 • 250
Senior
Kearns, Utah
Defensive Tackle • 6-2 • 280
Sophomore
Hooper, Utah
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Karl returns for his senior season at Weber State. After playing part
of 2013 on the defensive line, he has been moved back to fullback.
In his three seasons with the Wildcats he has appeared in 27 games.
2013 (Junior)
Played in seven games and started in two games for the Wildcats...
Prior to the season was moved to the defensive line but also saw
action at fullback and as a kick returner...Recorded 20 tackles on
the season with eight solo tackles and 12 assisted tackles...Had a
season-high eight tackles against Southern Utah...Also recorded
four tackles for loss with three coming against the Thunderbirds,
including one sack...Had seven rushing attempts for 24 yards...Also
had five kickoff returns for 70 yards.
2012 (Sophomore)
Played in all 11 games for the Wildcats during the season...Had two
rushing attempts for a total of four yards...Also had three receptions
for 13 yards with two catches in the season-ending with at Idaho
State...Had one kickoff return for 27 yards against Northern Colorado.
2011 (Freshman)
Participated in spring practice with the Wildcats after return home
for an LDS Church mission...Played in the final nine games for the
season at fullback for the Wildcats...Had just one rushing attempt
and two receptions...His first career reception was a one-yard touchdown catch in WSU’s 45-21 win at Northern Colorado on Sept. 24...
Also had a seven-yard reception at Montana Oct. 29...Had two total
tackles on the season...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference
honors in Forensic Science/Investigation.
Jake joined the Weber State program in the summer 2014 after
transferring from Utah State.
Utah State
Was a member of the Utah State football team for two seasons...Sat
out the 2012 season as a redshirt...Saw action in one game in 2013,
coming against Weber State on Sept. 14...Recorded one tackle in
the game, his only action of the season.
Fremont High School
Earned Utah Class 5A first-team all-state honors from the Salt Lake
Tribune and second-team all-state honors from the Deseret News
at defensive line as a senior at Fremont High School...Helped lead
Fremont to back-to-back 5A state championship game appearances...
Also earned first-team all-area and first-team all-region honors as a
senior as he had 98 tackles and 7.5 sacks to go along with eight pass
breakups and one interception returned 24 yards for a touchdown...
Was an honor student at Fremont.
Personal
Was born Sept. 11, 1993 in Clinton, Utah...Parents are Richard and
Halley Gallegos...Middle name is Matthew...Has two siblings, Megan
and Josh...Has a cousin who played football at Idaho and an uncle
who played at Southern Utah...Plans on majoring in Health Promotions at Weber State.
Kearns High School
Graduated from Kearns High School in 2007...Played for coach Bill
Casper at Kearns...Earned All-Region honors as a senior in 2006...
Played running back and defensive back for the Cougars.
Personal
Full name is Karl Mani Finai...Last name is pronounced Fee-Nigh...
Was born Sept. 11, 1988...Is majoring in Criminal Justice at Weber
State...Served an LDS Church Mission to San Bernardino, California
before joining the Wildcats.
CAREER STATS
Rusing Receiving
YR
GP att. yards td long rec yards td long
2011 9 1 -1 00 2 8
17
2012 112 2 04 3 13 08
2013
7 24STATE
07 FOOTBALL
0 0
00
20117
WEBER
TOTAL 27 1025 0 7 5 21 1 8
3636
Defense
tk tfl sk
2 0-00
3 0-00
204-13
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GRANT GARRY
NICK GILES
Long snapper • 6-2 • 230
Junior
Sandy, Utah
Offensive Line • 6-4 • 300
Freshman
Salt Lake City, Utah
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Grant returns as a junior long snapper for Weber State. He played
in all 12 games as a sophomore last season.
Nick is an offensive lineman out of Salt Lake City. He signed with
the Wildcats in February 2014.
2013 (Sophomore)
Played in all 12 games as a sophomore deep snapper with the
Wildcats after joining Weber State during the spring of 2013...Also
recorded four tackles during the season, including two tackles at Utah.
Brighton High School
Played for coach Ryan Bullet at Brighton...Earned Second Team AllState honors...Played on the offensive and defensive lines...Helped
lead the Bengals to the state title game as a senior in 2013...Also
did wrestling and track and field at Brighton and was a team captain
for both teams...Finished fifth in the state in wrestling.
Utah State
Was a red shirt freshman at Utah State during the 2011 season
before coming to WSU.
Jordan High School
Graduated from Jordan High School in 2011 where he played for
coach Eric Kjar...Earned All-State honors as a junior at linebacker
where he had 83 tackles, four fumble recoveries and four sacks...
Was a team captain.
Personal
Was born May 14, 1996 in California...Middle name is Scott...Parents are William and Christi Giles...Is one of five children...Plans on
majoring in Radiology at Weber State.
Personal
Was born Sept. 2, 1992 in Sacramento...Middle name is Quinn...
Parents are Brian and Andrea Garry...Is majoring in Criminal Justice...
Wants to work in the FBI or Secret Service after college.
SHAMIR GEISINGER
Cornerback • 6-0 • 165
Freshman
Sparks, Nev.
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Shamir comes to Weber State as a cornerback out of Sparks, Nev.
He signed with the Wildcats in February 2014.
Spanish Springs High School
Played for coach Scott Hare at Spanish Springs High...Also played
wide receiver for Spanish Springs and was a member of the track
and field team...Earned All-Region track honors and holds the school
record in the 200 meters.
Personal
Plans on majoring in Exercise Science at Weber State...Was born
June 20, 1996...Parents are Omar and Tania Geisinger...Is the oldest of six children.
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BILLY GREEN
JAWIAN HARRISON
Quarterback • 6-2 • 215
Sophomore
Woodway, Wash.
Safety • 5-10 • 175
Freshman
Richmond, Calif.
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Billy joined Weber State in the summer 2014 as a sophomore quarterback after transferring from BYU.
Jawian will be a freshman safety for the Wildcats this season. He
signed with Weber State in February 2014.
BYU
Was highly recruited before signing with BYU in February 2013...Was
mainly a member of the Cougar scout team during the season...Saw
action in one game...Played in the win over Idaho State in November
but did not record any stats.
El Cerrito High School
Played for coach Kenny Kahn at El Cerrito High School...Helped
lead his team to a state championship and the Nor Cal Region title...
Earned All-League honors three times in his career.
Kings High School
Graduated from Kings High School in Woodway, Wash...Was a twotime first team AP All-State quarterback and was named the Cascade
Conference Offensive MVP...Led King’s to an 11-1 record as a senior
in 2012...In his final two seasons he threw for nearly 5,400 yards
and 86 touchdowns...During his senior season he finished the year
196-of-304 passing for 2,997 yards and 46 touchdowns...Also rushed
80 times for 432 yards and six touchdowns...As a junior in 2011, he
threw for 2,397 yards and 40 touchdowns, in addition to rushing for
four more TD’s...Was named the 2011 Football Universe Regional
Top Gun MVP and the National Underclassman Regional MVP.
Personal
Was born April 17, 1995 in Seattle...Parents are Bill and Kelly Green...
Has two siblings, Hannah and Joe...Plans on majoring in Business
at Weber State...Before signing at BYU, was recruited by Notre
Dame, Oregon State, UCLA, Utah, Washington and Washington
State, among others.
Personal
Was born Aug. 24, 1996 in Berkley, Calif....Parents are Jawian and
Leah Harrison...Has two younger siblings, Brianna and Sammy...
Plans on majoring in Construction Management at Weber State...
Enjoys hiking.
XEQUILLE HARRY
Cornerback • 5-11 • 155
Freshman
Bountiful, Utah
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Xequille comes to Weber State as a freshman cornerback. He signed
with the Wildcats in February 2014.
Woods Cross High School
Played for coach Justin Spencer at Woods Cross High School...
Earned First Team 4A All-State honors as a senior...Recorded 27
tackles with six interceptions...Had five interceptions returned for
touchdowns...Also played wide receiver and had 34 catches for
739 yards and eight touchdowns...Helped lead Woods Cross to
best record in school history and a trip to the state semifinals...Also
earned All-Region honors and played basketball and track...Team
won state title in track and field.
Personal
Was born May 27, 1996...Parents are Carl and Susan Harry...Is
one of five children...Plans on majoring in Athletic Therapy/Sports
Medicine at Weber State.
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JOE HAWKINS
HELAM HEIMULI
Offensive Line • 6-1 • 315
Junior
Vero Beach, Fla.
Tight End • 6-3 • 245
Sophomore
Woods Cross, Utah
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Joe returns for his junior season on the offensive line for Weber
State. He enters the season having started in 22 straight games
for the Wildcats.
2013 (Sophomore)
Started all 12 games for the Wildcats as a sophomore on the offensive line.
2012 (Freshman)
Appeared in all 11 games and started the last 10 games as a true
freshman after signing with the Wildcats in February 2012...Was part
of the offensive line that blocked for All-Conference running back
C.J. Tuckett and quarterback Mike Hoke.
Vero Beach High School
Played for coach Lenny Jankowski at Vero Beach High School in
Vero Beach, Florida...Earned First Team All-Area honors and Third
Team All-State honors as a senior...Also competed in track and field
at Vero Beach where he was a thrower on the team.
Personal
Was born Aug. 4, 1994...Parents are Joe and Demetrose Hawkins...
Is majoring in Accounting at Weber State.
Helam returns as a sophomore tight end for the Wildcats.
2013 (Freshman)
Played in the first nine games before suffering a season-ending injury...Had two receptions on the season, one catch for seven yards
at Utah State and one catch for six yards at Cal Poly...Earned Big
Sky Academic All-Conference honors in Health Information.
2010
Signed with the Wildcats and coach Ron McBride in February 2010...
Was originally signed as a defensive end...Left to serve a two-year
mission for the LDS Church.
Bountiful High School
Played for veteran coach Larry Wall at Bountiful High and was a
three-year starter on both sides of the ball...Helped the Braves win
three straight Region championships...Team Captain for the 2009
season...Earned First Team All-State honors from the Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News...Received the National Football Foundation
Scholar-Athlete Award in 2010.
Personal
Born January 28, 1992...Is of Tongan-Maori-Hawaiian-Japanese
descent...Parents are Lakei and Pania Heimuli...Father was a career
rushing leader and starting fullback on BYU’s 1984 National Championship team...Earned the rank of Eagle Scout...Served a Spanishspeaking LDS mission in Atlanta, Georgia...Majoring in HAS Health
Information...Married WSU track athlete Alyssa Lewis in June 2014.
CAREER STATS
YR
GP rec yards
2013 9 2 13
TOTAL9 2 13
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WILDCATS
DAKOTA
JENKINS-BATY
RAYSHAWN
HENDERSON
Defensive Line • 6-1 • 265
Sophomore
Salt Lake City, Utah
Defensive Tackle • 6-1 • 275
Freshman
Las Vegas, NV
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Rayshawn comes to Weber State as a true freshman defensive
tackle. He joined WSU in the summer of 2014.
Dakota returns as a sophomore for the Wildcats. He moved to the
defensive line after playing on the offensive line in 2013.
Canyon Springs High School
Played for coach Hunkie Cooper at Canyon Springs...Earned First
Team All-League honors at defensive tackle...Was a two-time AllLas Vegas player.
2013 (Freshman)
Saw action in eight games as a true freshman walkon for the Wildcats...Started the first six games of the season at center...Also saw
action at Cal Poly and in the season ending win over Idaho State.
Personal
Was born Jan. 10, 1996...Parents are Kirby and Vina Henderson...Has
three siblings...Plans on majoring in Criminal Justice at Weber State.
Cottonwood High School
Graduated from Cottonwood High School in 2013 where he played
for veteran coach Greg Croshaw.
MARQUEL HOLMES
Linebacker • 6-0 • 220
Sophomore
Ocala, Fla.
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Personal
Was born March 6, 1995 in Salt Lake City...Parents are Steve Baty
and Pam Jenkins...Father Steve played football at Weber State
from 1981-84 and also ran track and field...Steve Baty still has the
10th fastest time in WSU history in the 110 meter hurdles at 14.40...
Brother Zach Jenkins also played football at WSU...Is majoring in
Zoology at Weber State.
Marquel returns as a sophomore linebacker with the Wildcats.
2013
Sat out the season as a redshirt.
2012 (Freshman)
Played in 10 games and started one as a true freshman after signing
with Weber State in February 2012...Recorded seven total tackles on
the season with five coming in WSU’s season ending win at Idaho
State...Also had tackles against Fresno State and Cal Poly.
Trinity Catholic High School
Played for coach John Brawtley at Trinity Catholic High School in
Ocala, Florida...Earned Second Team All-State honors as a junior
and senior...Was named the team linebacker of the Year as a senior...
Also earned All-County honors as a junior in 2010...Recorded 11.5
sacks and 16 tackles for loss as a junior.
Personal
Was born Sept. 9, 1993 in Ocala, Fla...Is majoring in Criminal Justice.
CAREER STATS
YR
GP UA A
TKL TFL YDS FR INTPD
2011 10
WEBER
FOOTBALL
2012
4STATE
261.5
300
0
TOTAL
10
4261.5
300
0
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DEVONTE JOHNSON
TARON JOHNSON
Cornerback • 6-1 • 170
Junior
Denver, Colo.
Cornerback • 6-0 • 175
Freshman
Sacramento, Calif.
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Devonte returns for his junior season at cornerback for the Wildcats.
2013 (Sophomore)
Was a member of the Wildcat squad but did not play in any game
during the season.
2012 (Freshman)
Saw action in 10 games and started six games for the Wildcats...
Recorded 36 total tackles on the season with 20 unassisted and 16
assisted tackles...Had a season-high nine tackles against Northern
Colorado on Nov. 10...Recorded one tackle for loss, coming in WSU’s
season opener at Fresno State...Also had three pass breakups with
two coming at BYU.
Taron joins Weber State as a freshman out of Sacramento, Calif. He
signed with the Wildcats in February 2014. Was originally signed as
a wide receiver but moved to cornerback in fall camp.
Sheldon High School
Played for coach Herbie Berry at Sheldon High School...Earned
All-Metro and All-League honors and was named the All-Purpose
Player of the Year...Led the team in receiving yards and finished
13th in the state in receiving.
Personal
Was born July 27, 1996...Is the son of Baron Johnson...Plans on
majoring in Criminal Justice at Weber State.
TRE’VON JOHNSON
2011
Sat out the season as a red shirt with the Wildcats.
South High School
Graduated from South High School in Denver where he played for
coach Tony Lindsay...Finished his senior year of 2010 with 38 receptions for 803 yards, finishing as the third-best receiver in the state
of Colorado...Earned First Team All-Conference and Second Team
All-State honors...Also earned high school letters in track and field
and basketball...Averaged 14.3 points, four assists, and 2.3 steals
per game in basketball and competed in the state track and field
meet in the relay events.
Personal
Full name is Devonte Johnson...Nickname is Vonte...Was born Jan.
3, 1993...Is majoring in Health Promotion at Weber State.
CAREER STATS
YR
GP UA A
TKL TFL YDS FR INTPD
2012 1020 16 36 1.0 1 0 0 3
TOTAL10 20 16 36 1.0 1
0 0 3
Safety • 6-1 • 215
Sophomore
Salt Lake City, Utah
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Tre’von returns for his sophomore season at safety for the Wildcats
after playing in all 12 games last season.
2013 (Freshman)
Saw action in all 12 games for the Wildcats...Recorded 38 tackles
with 14 solo tackles and 24 assisted tackles...Had a season-high
10 tackles in WSU’s season-ending win over IDaho State...Also
recorded two tackles for loss on the year.
Hunter High School
Played for Coach Scott Henderson at Hunter High School and earned
Second Team All-Region honors as a running back and safety...Had
two interceptions during the season and earned 5A Honorable Mention
All-State honors...Had 98 carries for 633 yards and 11 touchdowns
as a senior in 2012.
Personal
Was born Feb. 10, 1995 in St. Louis, Mo...Parents are Will and
Clarissa...Is majoring in Business at Weber State.
CAREER STATS
YR
GPUA A TKLTFL YDS
2013 1214 24 38 2 6
TOTAL12 14 24 38 2
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CHRIS JONES
JAKE KAHAWAII
Safety • 5-11 • 190
Senior
Compton, Calif.
Tight End • 6-4 • 250
Senior
Laie, Hawaii
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Chris returns as a senior safety for the Wildcats after playing in all
12 games last year.
Jake returns for his senior season at tight end for Weber State. In his
two years with the Wildcats, he has appeared in 22 games.
2013 (Junior)
Joined the Wildcats during the summer of 2013 as a junior college
transfer...Saw action in all 12 games during the season and started
in four games...Recorded 50 total tackles on the year with 22 solo
tackles and 28 assisted tackles...Had a career-high 13 tackles at Cal
Poly...Also had eight tackles at Utah State and six against Stephen
F. Austin and Montana...Also had two pass breakups on the year.
2013 (Junior)
Saw action in 11 games and started in nine games at tight end for
the Wildcats...Had three receptions on the season for 13 yards...
Also had one rushing attempt and two kickoff returns, to go along
with two tackles.
College of San Mateo
Played two seasons at the College of San Mateo where he played
for Coach Brett Pollack.
Compton High School
Graduated from Compton High School in 2010 where he played
for Coach Calvin Bryant...Earned First Team All-League honors on
defense and offense...Was named team MVP and Most Inspirational Player...Had a game winning interception against ComptonDominquez.
Personal
Full name is Chris Dion Jones, Jr...Was born April 7, 1992 in Ingelwood, Calif...Parents are Chris Jones and Antinette Blake...Is
majoring in Health Promotion at Weber State...Loves all sports and
loves to compete...Wants to become a coach when finishing playing.
CAREER STATS
YR
GP UA A
TKL TFL YDS FR INTPD
2013 1222 28 50 0 0 0 0 2
TOTAL12 22 28 50 0
0
0 0 2
2012 (Sophomore)
Appeared in all 11 games for the Wildcats during the season...Recorded three tackles on the year with two coming against Northern
Colorado and one at Idaho State...Also had one kickoff return in
WSU’s first win of the season at Southern Utah.
Golden West CC
Played one season at Golden West College in Huntington Beach,
California...Saw action in five games for the Rustlers and finished
with six receptions for 52 yards...Averaged 8.7 yards per catch...
Team won bowl game in 2011.
Kahuku High School
Graduated from Kahuku High School in Laie, Hawaii in 2006...Played
for coach Siuaki Liuai...Was part of the team that won the state title
his senior year of 2005.
Personal
Was born July 11, 1988 in Kahuku, Hawaii...Is majoring in Criminal
Justice at Weber State...Served an LDS Church mission to Quetzaltenango Guatemala from 2008-2010...Is married to former Weber
State volleyball player Mariah Kahawaii.
CAREER STATS
Receiving
Kick return
YR
GP no.Ydstd long no.ydstd longtk
2012 110 0 00 1 11 011 3
2013 113 1305 2 1508 2
TOTAL223 1305 3 26011 5
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JOSH KEALAMAKIA
KAMANA
KAIMIKAUA
Punter • 6-1 • 210
Junior
Syracuse, Utah
Wide Receiver • 6-3 • 210
Junior
Hawaii Kai, Hawaii
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Kamana will be a junior wide receiver with the Wildcats this season.
He played two seasons at Weber State under coach Ron McBride
before leaving for an LDS Church mission to Argentina, returning
home in April 2014. He played in 11 games for the Wildcats in his
two seasons at Weber State in 2009 and 2010.
2010 (Sophomore)
Played in just two games for the Wildcats during the season...Recorded four receptions for 57 yards and one touchdown...Had an
11-yard touchdown at Sacramento State and followed that up with
three catches for 46 yards in a win over UC Davis.
2009 (Freshman)
Saw action in nine games for the Wildcats and started in three
games...Recorded 13 receptions on the year for 132 yards and one
touchdown...Had season-highs of five catches for 49 yards with
one touchdown at Portland State...Also had 28 yards in a win at
Northern Colorado.
2008
Sat out the season as a redshirt with the Wildcats.
High School
Played for coach Dave White at Bishop Gorman High School in Las
Vegas...Graduated in 2008...Earned Second Team All-State honors
and helped lead team to state title.
Personal
Was born Jan. 6, 1990 in Hawaii...Full name is Kamana Tafu Kekahuna Kaimikaua...Name is pronounced: Ka-ma-na Ka-e-me-cow-a...
Parents are Wil and Teuila Kaimikaua...Is one of four children...Is
majoring in Political Science at Weber State...Plays the guitar and
piano...Served a two-year mission for the LDS Church to Buenos
Aires, Argentina, returning home in March 2014.
CAREER STATS
YR
GP
2009 9
2010 2
TOTAL 11
Receiving
no.Yds td longavg./cavg/game
131321 23 10.2 14.7
45712014.228.5
171892 23 11.1 17.2
Josh returns for his third season at Weber State. He played in 2010
and 2011 before leaving to serve a two-year LDS Church mission in
McAllen, Texas, returning home in the spring of 2014. He has played
in 21 games in his two seasons with the Wildcats and currently ranks
seventh in Weber State history in career punting average at 40.7
per punt. He has 97 punts for a total of 3,944 yards, the ninth most
punting yards in school history.
2011 (Sophomore)
Played in all 11 games for the Wildcats during the season and was
one of four ‘Cats that earned Second Team Big Sky All-Conference
honors...Finished fifth in the Big Sky in punting with an average of
41.3 yards per punt...Recorded 52 punts for a total of 2,147 yards...
Against Utah State on Sept. 10 recorded two punts in the Weber
State all-time top 10. He had an 80-yard punt in the third quarter, the
fourth longest punt in school history...Also recorded a 71-yard punt
in the fourth quarter, now tied for the 10th best in school history...
All total against the Aggies he recorded 11 punts for 532 yards, an
average of 48.4 yards per kick...For his performance he was honored
as the National Special Teams Player of the Week by The Sports
Network...Recorded eight punts of over 50 yards and had 17 punts
that were downed inside the 20-yard line...Also had 14 kickoffs for
the Wildcats for a total of 832 yards, an average of 59.4 per kick...
Was also 7-8 on point after attempts.
2010 (Freshman)
Appeared in ten games as a freshman for the Wildcats in 2010...
Finished the season sixth in the Big Sky in punting average at 39.9
yards per punt...Had 45 total punts on the year for 1,797 yards...Had
a season-long punt of 65 yards against Eastern Washington...Also
kicked off 48 times for the Wildcats for 3,061 yards, an average of
63.8 yards per kick.
Syracuse High School
Earned three letters in football and four in soccer at Syracuse High
School...Played under Coach Russ Jones...Earned First Team Class
5A honors as a junior and Second Team honors as a senior...Kicked
a career long 51-yard field goal and had a career long 70-yard punt.
Personal
Full name is Joshua Kali’i Kealamakia...Was born Jan. 20, 1992...His
aunt, Elizabeth Ward Kealamakia, is a member of the Weber State
Athletic Hall of Fame and still holds six WSU track school records.
CAREER STATS
YR
GP
2010 10
2011 11
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2,147 80
3,944 80
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39.9
40.7
40.7
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832
3,893
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63.8
59.4
62.8
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SHAYDON KEHANO
Wide Receiver • 5-11 • 190
Senior
Kaneohe, Hawaii
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Shaydon returns for his senior season as one of the top wide receivers for the Wildcats. Entering this season he has appeared in
24 career games at Weber State. He has 71 receptions for 1,268
yards, just outside the WSU career top 20 list. He also has 12 career
receiving touchdowns. He needs 29 more receptions to become the
23rd Wildcat to ever reach 100 career receptions.
2010 (Freshman)
Appeared in six games for the Wildcats during the season...Had two
catches for 50 yards in his first collegiate game at Boston College,
including a 24-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter...Earned
Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors.
Personal
Full name is Shaydon Ioane Kehano...Last name is pronounced:
KAY-HA-NO...Was born Oct. 7, 1992...Is pursuing a BIS degree at
Weber State...Likes to play the piano and ukuele.
CAREER STATS
YR
GP
2010 6
2011 11
2012 3
2013 4
TOTAL 24
Receiving
no.Yds td longavg./cavg/game
25012625.08.3
438838 83 20.5 80.3
111492 36 13.5 49.7
151861 43 12.4 46.5
71 1,26812 83 17.9 52.8
2013 (Junior)
After battling injuries already in his career, suffered a knee injury in
fall camp that kept him out most of the season...Played in the final
four games of the year and started the final three games...In his first
game back, had six receptions for 123 yards and one touchdown
against Portland State...Had a season-long 43 yard reception against
the Vikings...Ended the season with 15 receptions for 186 yards and
one touchdown.
2012
Played in just three games due to injury...Started the first three
games of the season but suffered a broken leg against McNeese
State and missed the rest of the season...Recorded 11 receptions
for 149 yards and two touchdowns in the three games played...Had
four catches for 59 yards and one touchdown in the season opener
at Fresno State...Also had six catches for 80 yards and a touchdown
against McNeese State.
2011 (Sophomore)
Had a breakout sophomore year as the top Wildcat receiver...Earned
Big Sky Honorable Mention All-Conference honors and stared all 11
games for the Wildcats during the season...Had 43 receptions for 883
yards and eight touchdowns...Was seventh in the Big Sky in receiving yards per game at 80.3...Recorded at least one catch in 10 of
the 11 games...Had six receptions against Southern Utah, Montana,
and Montana State...Had a career-high 157 receiving yards against
Idaho State...Had three catches on the day with two of them going
for touchdowns...Had an 83-yard reception against the Bengals on
Oct. 15, marking the eighth longest pass play in Weber State history...Also had four catches for 100 yards and three touchdowns in
WSU’s win at Northern Colorado...All eight of his touchdowns came
in WSU victories.
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ALEMA KEY
2012
Appeared in three games before suffering a season ending injury...
Saw action at Fresno State, at BYU and at home against Eastern
Washington...Recorded 25 tackles in the three games with nine each
at Fresno State and BYU.
Linebacker • 6-0 • 225
Sophomore
Springville, Utah
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Alema is back with the Wildcats and will be a sophomore linebacker.
He played with the Wildcats in 2010 before leaving on a two-year
LDS Church mission to Morristown, N.J., returning in Sept. 2013.
He played spring football with the Wildcats in 2014.
2010
Saw action in nine games as a true freshman for coach Ron McBride and the Wildcats after signing with Weber State in February
2010...Recorded one tackle on the season...Was originally signed
as a running back.
Springville High School
Played for former University of Utah and NFL quarterback Scott
Mitchell at Springville High School...Earned First Team 4A All-State
honors as a senior in 2009...Helped lead the Red Devils to the
state 4A semifinals...Played his sophomore and juniors seasons
at Timpview High School where he was a member of two state
championship teams.
2011 (Freshman)
Played in seven games as a freshman linebacker for the Wildcats...
Recorded 16 total tackles during the season with nine assisted and
seven unassisted...Had a season-high six tackles in WSU’s 45-21 win
at Northern Colorado on Sept. 24...Also had four tackles against Utah
State and Sacramento State..Had one fumble recovery, also coming
at Northern Colorado...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference
honors in Computer Science.
Cottonwood High School
Graduated from Cottonwoood High School in Salt Lake City where
he played for coach Josh Lyman...Earned Second Team All-State
honors and First Team All-Region honors...Was named the Defensive
MVP for Region 2.
Personal
Full name is Luke King...Was born March 10, 1993...Is majoring in
Business Administration/Finance at Weber State.
CAREER STATS
YR
GP UA A TKL TFL PD
201177 9 160-00
20124179 262-60
201372023433-12
1
TOTAL18 44 41 85 5-18 1
FF FRSK
010-0
000-0
111-7
1 2 1-7
Personal
Was born April 28, 1992 in Independence, Mo...Has 10 siblings...
Was married in July 2014...Wife’s name is Kassidy...Is majoring in
Criminal Justice at Weber State.
LUKE KING
Linebacker • 6-0 • 220
Junior
Salt Lake City, Utah
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Luke returns for his junior season at linebacker for the Wildcats.
In three seasons in the Weber State program he has appeared in
18 career games. He has 85 total tackles with five tackles for loss.
2013 (Sophomore)
Played in seven games during the season and started in six games...
Started the first six games of the season before suffering a knee
injury at Eastern Washington...Returned to play in the final game of
the season, a win over Idaho State...Had a career-high 11 tackles at
McNeese State on Sept. 21...Had seven or more tackles in four of
seven games...Recorded three tackles for loss and had one sack...
Also had one forced fumble and one fumble recovery...Earned Big Sky
Academic All-Conference honors in Business/Multimedia Technology.
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KARSEN
LILJENQUIST
CHAD LECKINGTON
Quarterback • 6-2 • 230
Freshman
Shelley, Idaho
Linebacker • 6-2 • 230
Freshman
Alpine, Utah
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Chad will be a freshman quarterback with the Wildcats this season.
He originally signed with Weber State in February 2013. He participated with the Wildcats during spring practice.
Shelley High School
Graduated from Shelley High School in Shelley, Idaho in 2013 where
he played for Coach Hobson...Was the team captain as a senior and
earned First Team All-State honors on offense and defense...Also
played linebacker at Shelley...Was named to the First Team All-Area
team and was the Offensive Player of the Year.
Personal
Was born Jan. 15, 1995 in Layton, Utah...Parents are Shawn and
Denise Leckington...Is majoring in Athletic Therapy at Weber State.
Karsen joins Weber State as a freshman linebacker out of Alpine,
Utah. He signed with the Wildcats in February 2014.
Lone Peak High School
Played for coach Mike Mower at Lone Peak High School...Earned
Honorable Mention All-State honors from the Deseret News...Recorded 108 tackles as a senior in 2013 along with one sack and two
interceptions...Also earned First Team All-Region honors.
Personal
Was born March 28, 1996...Parents are Ryan and Ashli Liljenquist...
Plans on majoring in Sports Medicine at Weber State...Loves to
spend time in the outdoors.
ADAM LEWIS
Defensive End • 6-6 • 250
R-Freshman
Meridian, Idaho
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Adam returns as a redshirt freshman defensive end for the Wildcats.
He also competes as a member of the WSU track and field team.
2013
Sat out the season as a redshirt after signing with Weber State in
February 2013.
Rocky Mountain High School
Attended Rocky Mountain High School in Meridian, Idaho...Earned
All-Conference honors and was the team Captain as a senior in
2012...Is a three-time All-Academic selection...Also played tight end
at Rocky Mountain...Was also a member of the track and field team
and won the state title in the discus.
Personal
Was born June 9, 1995 in Phoenix...Parents are Darby and Carla
Lewis...Has one sister, Marissa...Is majoring in Criminal Justice at
2011State.
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CAMERON
LIVINGSTON
RAPHAEL LONGANGU
Tight End • 6-4 • 205
Freshman
Euless, Texas
Wide Receiver • 6-2 • 195
Sophomore
Ocala, Fla.
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Cameron returns for his sophomore season at Weber State and is
WSU’s top returning wide receiver. He played in all 12 games as
a true freshman in 2013 and led the team in yards per reception.
2013 (Freshman)
Joined the Wildcats as a true freshman and was one of the top receivers during the season...Played in all 12 games for WSU and started
in 10 games...Finished the season with 26 receptions for 344 yards
and four touchdowns...Averaged 13.2 yards per reception, which was
tops on the team and was second on the team in receiving yards...
Had receptions in 10 of the 12 games during the season...Had a
season-high five catches for 87 yards and two touchdowns against
Southern Utah...Also had a touchdown at Eastern Washington and
had a season-long 48-yard reception for a touchdown at McNeese
State...Averaged 28.7 receiving yards per game...Also had four rushing attempts for 37 yards...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference
honors in Criminal Justice.
Raphael will be a freshman tight end for the Wildcats out of Euless,
Texas. He signed with Weber State in February 2014.
Euless Trinity High School
Played for coach Steve Lineweaver at Euless Trinity High...Earned
All-District Academic honors...Also competed in track and field.
Personal
Was born Jan. 4, 1996...Parents are Franco and Christiane Longangu...Has three sisters.....Plans on majoring in Criminal Justice
at Weber State...Plays the drums and piano and sings.
Ocala Vanguard High School
Played for Coach Casteneda at Ocala Vanguard...Earned First Team
All-County honors as a senior in 2012...Tied the Ocala Vanguard
school record for most receiving touchdowns...Had 30 receptions
for 479 yards and four touchdowns during the season...Averaged 16
yards per catch...Set a new school record with a 93-yard touchdown
reception against Bucholz...Averaged 47.9 receiving yards per game.
Personal
Was born April 4, 1995...Parents are Wayne and Denise
Livingston...Has one brother,
Wayne...Signed with the
Wildcats in February 2013...
Is majoring in Criminal Justice at Weber State.
CAREER STATS
Rushing
YR
GP no. Yds td long
201312 4 37016
TOTAL
12 4 37016
Receiving
no. yds td long avg/cavg/g
26344
4
4813.2
28.7
26344
4
4813.2
28.7
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DUSTIN MARTIN
Defensive End • 6-3 • 265
Sophomore
Liberty, Utah
CAREER STATS
YR
GP UA A TKL TFL PDFF FRSK
2012 119 8 17 1.5-300 01-2
2013 12112637 9-25 01 00-0
TOTAL
23203454 10.5-28
01 01-2
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Dustin will be a junior defensive end for the Wildcats this season.
He has played in all 23 games of his career during the past two
years at Weber State and has recorded 54 career tackles with 10.5
tackles for loss.
2013 (Sophomore)
Played in all 12 games for the Wildcats during the season...Totaled 37
total tackles on the year with 11 solo tackles and 26 assisted tackles...
Had a career-high seven tackles against Sacramento State...Also
recorded nine tackles for loss for 25 yards...Had one forced fumble
in the season-ending win over Idaho State.
CODY MCKAGUE
Tight End • 6-4 • 245
Sophomore
Boise, Idaho
2012 (Freshman)
Appeared in all 11 games at defensive end for the Wildcats...Totaled
17 tackles on the year and had 1.5 tackles for loss...Had four tackles
against Fresno State and Northern Colorado...Also recorded one
sack against the Bears.
2011
Sat out the season as a red shirt with the Wildcats after returning
from an LDS Church mission in Tijuana, Mexico.
Weber State Track and Field
Dustin is also a member of the Weber State men’s track and field
team...In the 2014 outdoor season he had a team-best mark in the
weight throw at 59-03.50...That mark qualified him for the Big Sky
Championships where he placed 12th...In 2013 he finished fifth in
the discus at the Big Sky Outdoor Championships...Also qualified
for the indoor championships in the weight throw...Currently ranks
fifth in school history in the discus and the weight throw...During the
2012 outdoor season he finished seventh in the discus at the Big
Sky meet and was tenth in the hammer throw...As a freshman in
2009 he won the Big Sky title in the discus at the outdoor championships in Missoula, Montana...Set a WSU freshman record in the
discus...Became just the fourth Wildcat to capture the Big Sky title
in the discus...Qualified for the NCAA West regional meet where he
finished 13th.
Weber High School
Earned varsity letters in football, wrestling and track for the Weber
High Warriors...Was the 2008 Utah Class 5A state wrestling champion at 215 pounds and earned all-America honors as well...Was
the 2008 Utah Class 5A state Discus champion...Earned All-Region
honors in football.
Personal
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Full name is Dustin Miller...Parents are Mike and Brenda Martin...
Was born April 9, 1990...Is majoring in Spanish at Weber State.
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2013 (Freshman)
Played in all 12 games as a redshirt freshman for the Wildcats...
Played mostly on special teams and recorded three total tackles on
the season with two solo tackles...Also had one forced fumble at Utah
State...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors in Business.
2012
Sat out the season as a red shirt after signing with Weber State in
February 2012.
Borah High School
Played for coach Darren Corpus at Borah High School in Boise, the
same high school as fellow Wildcat Braden Corpus...Was a team
captain and earned First Team All-State and First Team All-Conference
honors at the tight end position...Had 36 receptions for 626 yards
and four touchdowns...Also had 23 tackles including seven tackles
for loss and three sacks...Also competed in basketball and track
and field at Borah High.
Personal
Was born April 13, 1994...Is majoring in Business at Weber State.
CAREER STATS
Rushing
ReceivingDefense
YR
GP no. Yds tdno. yds td uaa tk
2013 12 0 0 00
0 0 2 13
TOTAL
12 0 0 00
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CONOR MCMAHAN
TYRON
MORRIS-EDWARDS
Quarterback • 6-2 • 190
Freshman
Los Angeles, Calif.
Cornerback • 6-2 • 200
Senior
Draper, Utah
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Conor joined Weber State in the summer of 2014 as a freshman
quarterback from Los Angeles.
Tyron joined Weber State in the summer 2014 as a senior cornerback
after transferring from the University of Utah.
Crespi High School
Graduated from Crespi High School in 2014...Played for coach Troy
Thomas...Earned multiple Player of the Week honors at quarterback.
Utah
Played three seasons at the University of Utah from 2011-13...Was
coached by WSU head coach Jay Hill...Played 22 career games with
the Utes...Saw action in nine games in 2013 and recorded six tackles...
Played in nine games and started in two games in 1012...Recorded
16 total tackles and had two pass breakups...Had a season-high eight
tackles and a pass breakup against BYU...Played in four games on
special teams in 2011...Redshirted the 2010 season.
Personal
Was born Jan. 3, 1996 in Santa Monica, Calif...Parents are Carl and
Kris McMahan...Has one sister, Nicole and one brother, Ryan...Plans
on majoring in Business at Weber State.
ANTHONY
MILES-WOODS
Cornerback • 6-0 • 195
Senior
Provo, Utah
Alta High School
Earned All-Region and honorable mention All-State honors in 2009...
Was a member of two state championships teams at Alta (2007,
2008)...As a senior in 2009, recorded 37 receptions for 913 yards
and 11 touchdowns...Also earned a high school letter in basketball.
Personal
Was born July 1, 1992...Is the son of Rod Edwards and Monica
Simon...Graduated from Utah with a degree in Communication and
is currently pursuing a master’s degree at Weber State in the Master
of Professional Communication program.
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Anthony returns for his senior season at cornerback for the Wildcats.
2013 (Junior)
Saw action in six games for the Wildcats after joining WSU during
the summer...Recorded three tackles on the year...Earned Big Sky
Academic All-Conference honors in Technical Sales.
Snow Junior College
Played two seasons of football at Snow Junior College where he
played for coach Tyler Hughes.
Provo High School
Graduated from Provo High School in 2009...Played football and track
and field where he was a top javelin thrower...Set the school record
in the javelin and was a two-time state champion in the event...Also
accidently hit someone with the javelin during the state meet but still
managed to win state title.
Personal
Was born May 20, 1991 in Santa Rosa, Calif...Parents are Dezi
and Brian Miles and LaSean Woods...Is majoring in Sales at Weber
State...Enjoys motorcycle riding.
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MCKAY MURPHY
BLAKE O’NEILL
Defensive Tackle • 6-4 • 290
R-Freshman
Alpine, Utah
Punter • 6-2 • 215
Junior
Melbourne, Australia
90
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McKay joined Weber State in the summer of 2014 after transferring
from the University of Utah. He will be a redshirt freshman defensive
tackle with the Wildcats this season.
Utah
Sat out the 2013 season as a redshirt with Utah.
Lone Peak High School
Earned First Team All-Region honors in 2009 at Lone Peak High
School...Was also named an All-Valley Honorable Mention selection...Recorded 77 tackles with nine sacks as a senior.
Personal
Was born Sept. 5, 1991 in Atlanta...Parents are Dale and Nancy
Murphy...Father Dale is a former Major League Baseball National
League MVP (1982, 1983) and a seven-time All-Star...Is one of eight
children...Has six older brothers and one younger sister...Brothers
Jake and Shawn have both played in the NFL...Likes to draw...
Served a two-year LDS Church mission to Louisville, Kentucky.
Blake joined Weber State in the summer of 2014 as a punter out of
Melbourne, Australia.
The Peninsula School
Graduated from the Peninsula School in 2010...Played Australian
football and was team captain...Also competed in the shot put from
the track and field team.
Personal
Was born Feb. 19, 1993 in Melbourne...Parents are Michael and
Roslyn O’Neill...Has one brother, Nathan...Is enrolled in the Master
of Professional Communication program at Weber State...Earned
a bachelor’s degree in Communication from RMIT University in
Melbourne...Worked in event management and publicity in the film
industry while in school...Loves to golf.
SCOTT NICHOLS
Running back • 5-10 • 185
Freshman
South Jordan, Utah
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Scott signed with Weber State in February 2014 and joins the Wildcats as a freshman running back.
Bingham High School
Played for coach Dave Peck and Bingham High School and helped
lead the Miners to an undefeated run to the state 5A title...Was
named the 2013 Gatorade Utah Football Player of the Year...As a
senior rushed for 1,832 yards and 20 touchdowns on 242 carries in
leading Bingham to a 14-0 record...Also had 16 receptions for 247
yards and three touchdowns...Rushed for 165 yards in the state title
game...Was named the State 5A MVP by the Deseret News and
earned First Team All-State and All-Region honors.
Personal
Was
born WEBER
Oct. 1, 1995 in
Iowa...Parents
are John and Deaun Nichols...
2011
STATE
FOOTBALL
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SHANE OLIVERSON
OBI OWOH
Offensive Line • 6-4 • 275
Junior
Hyde Park, Utah
Linebacker • 6-2 • 240
Junior
Roswell, Ga.
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Shane returns for his junior season on the offensive line at Weber
State. He has played in 16 career games in his two seasons.
2013 (Sophomore)
Moved from the defensive line to the offensive line before the start
of the season...Saw action in 10 games for the Wildcats during
the season on the offensive line...Earned Big Sky Academic AllConference honors in Spanish.
2012 (Freshman)
Saw action in six games on the defensive line for the ‘Cats during
the season but did not record any stats...Was named to the Big Sky
Academic All-Conference team, majoring in Physical Education.
Preston (Idaho) High School
Played for coach Shawn Marlow at Preston High School in Preston,
Idaho...Earned All-State honors for defensive and offensive line as
a junior and senior...Was named to the All-Cache Valley Team three
years and was a team captain as a junior and senior...Also played
basketball, rugby, and track at Preston High.
Personal
Was born Aug. 24, 1990...Joined Weber State in the spring of 2012
after returning home from a two-year LDS Church mission in Buenos
Aires, Argentina...Is majoring in Spanish at Weber State.
IOSUA OPETA
Defensive Line • 6-4 • 250
Freshman
Stansbury Park, Utah
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Obi returns for his junior season at linebacker at Weber State. In two
years with the Wildcats he has not missed a game, playing in all 23
games of his career. He has recorded 66 total tackles and has 10
tackles for loss and five sacks.
2013 (Sophomore)
Started all 12 games at linebacker for the Wildcats during the season...
Recorded 41 total tackles on the season with 17 solo tackles and 24
assisted tackles...Had a career-high of seven tackles at Utah State
on Sept. 14...Also had six tackles at McNeese State and Montana...
Had five tackles for loss and recorded two sacks on the year.
2012 (Freshman)
Played in all 11 games and started three games for the Wildcats
during the season...Recorded 25 total tackles with eight unassisted
and 17 assisted...Had five tackles against McNeese State and
Montana...Had four tackles for loss on the year with three coming
against McNeese State...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference
honors in Health Promotion.
2011
Sat out the season as a red shirt with the Wildcats.
Roswell High School
Attended Roswell High School in Roswell, Ga.
Personal
Full name is Obinna Ikenna
Owoh...Was born July 25,
1992 in Riverside, California...Is majoring in Health
Promotion at Weber State...
Is of Nigerian descent.
Iosua joins Weber State as a freshman on the defensive line. He
signed with the Wildcats in February 2014.
Stansbury High School
Played for coach Clint Christiansen at Stansbury High School...
Earned All-State honorable mention honors and was named to the
First Team All-Region team...Recorded 74 tackles with five sacks
as a senior at Stansbury.
CAREER STATS
Personal
Was born Aug. 15, 1996 in Bountiful, Utah...Parents are Amerika and
Christy Opeta...Has a twin brother Isaia and a sister Malia.
YR
GP UA A
TKL TFL
PD FF BLKSK
2012 118 1725 5-16 00 03-13
2013 12172441 5-22 01 12-15
TOTAL
23254166 10-3801 15-28
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ADAM PADILLA
TYLER PARSON
Cornerback • 5-9 • 185
Junior
La Mirada, Calif.
Wide Receiver • 6-0 • 190
Junior
Bountiful, Utah
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Adam returns as a junior safety for the Wildcats. In two years at
Weber State he has played in 22 games and has recorded 105 total
tackles, an average of 4.8 tackles per game.
2013 (Sophomore)
Played in 11 games and started in nine games for the Wildcats at
safety...Recorded 88 total tackles on the season for an average of 8.0
tackles per game, second best on the Weber State team...Ranked
16th in the Big Sky in tackles per game...Had 36 solo tackles and 52
assisted tackles...Recorded double figures in tackles in four games,
with a career-high 13 tackles at Portland State...Had 12 tackles in the
season-ending win over Idaho State...Also recorded five tackles for
loss on the season...Had two fumble recoveries, tied for the fourth
most in the Big Sky...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors
in Athletic Therapy for the second-straight year.
2012 (Freshman)
Saw action in all 11 games for the Wildcats during the season...
Recorded 17 total tackles with 12 unassisted and five assisted...
Had a career-high eight tackles in WSU’s win at Southern Utah...
Also had one tackle for loss in the win over the Thunderbirds...Had
one fumble recovery against Sacramento State...Earned Big Sky
Academic All-Conference honors in Athletic Therapy.
2011 - Sat out the season as a red shirt with the Wildcats.
St. Paul High School
Played for Coach Casey Morales at St. Paul High School in La Mirada, California...Graduated
in 2010 from St. Paul...Played
wide receiver and defensive
back.
Tyler returns for his junior season at wide receiver for the Wildcats.
2013 (Sophomore)
Was moved to wide receiver from quarterback prior to the start of
the season...Appeared in nine games for the Wildcats and started in
four games...Recorded three receptions on the season for 27 yards...
Had two catches at Cal Poly and had one reception for a seasonhigh 13 yards against Montana State...Earned Big Sky Academic
All-Conference honors.
2012 (Freshman)
Was a part of the Wildcats as a backup quarterback but did not appear in any games.
2011
Sat out the season as a redshirt with the Wildcats.
Woods Cross High School
Graduated from Woods Cross High School...Played for coach Fred
Fernandes, a former Weber State assistant coach...Was a three-year
starter with the Wildcats.
Personal
Full name is Tyler Parson...Was born Feb. 26,1993...Is originally from
Oregon...Favorite pro athlete is Drew Brees...Is pursuing a Bachelor
of Integrated Studies at Weber State.
Personal
Full name is Adam Paul
Padilla...Was born May 10,
1992...Is majoring in Athletic
Therapy at Weber State.
CAREER STATS
CAREER STATS
YR
GP UA A TKL TFL PDFF FRSK
2012
11125
17
1-1 00 11-1
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2013 11365288 5-8 10 20-0
TOTAL
2248571056-9 10 31-1
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Receiving
YR GP no. yds tdlong
20139
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TOTAL9
3
27
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LIKIO POPE
MENE PERESE
Defensive Line • 6-2 • 280
Sophomore
Amaua, American Samoa
Defensive Tackle • 5-11 • 290
R-Freshman
Orem, Utah
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Mene returns to Weber State as a sophomore on the defensive line.
2013 (Freshman)
Saw action in 10 games as a true freshman after signing with the
Wildcats in February 2013...Recorded 11 total tackles on the season
with eight assisted tackles and three solo tackles...Had a seasonhigh five tackles at Cal Poly...Also had a tackle for loss at Eastern
Washington...Had two fumble recoveries, one each at Montana and
Idaho State.
Mililani High School
Played for Coach Rod York and Mililani High School...As a senior
in 2012 recorded 77 total tackles and 12 sacks...Earned First Team
All-OIA honors and Honorable Mention All-State honors...Parents
are Siupolu and Alei.
Personal
Was born Jan. 24, 1995 in American Samoa...Full name is Manaia
Perese..Son of Iese and Ilaine Perese...Majoring in Physical Education.
CAREER STATS
YR
GP UA A TKL TFL PDFF FRSK
2013 101 1 2 1-2 00 20-0
TOTAL
101 1 2 1-2 00 20-0
Likio joined Weber State in the summer of 2014 after transferring
from the University of Utah. He will be a redshirt freshman defensive
tackle with the Wildcats.
Utah
Sat out the 2013 season as a redshirt with the Utes after returning
home from a mission.
Provo High School
Earned First Team All-State honors as a senior in 2008 at Provo
High...Recorded 44 tackles that season...Also finished fourth in the
state in the heavyweight class in wrestling in 2009...Set Utah high
school power lifting records in the heavyweight class in the bench
and squat in 2010...Also participated in track for the Bulldogs.
Personal
Was born July 28, 1991...Name is pronounced: Lee-kee-oh...Is the
son of Saia and Luisa Pope...His father Saia played two years of
football at Weber State from 1984-85 under coach Mike Price..Has
one brother and three sisters...Served a two-year LDS Church mission in San Fernando, Calif., from 2011-13.
MARQUIS PIPPINS
Wide Receiver • 6-3 • 190
Freshman
Richmond, Calif.
83
Marquis is a freshman wide receiver with the Wildcats out of Richmond, Calif. He signed with the Wildcats in February 2014.
El Cerrito High School
Played for coach Kenny Kahn at El Cerrito High School...Helped lead
his team to a state championship and the Nor Cal Region title...Was
a member of the honor roll and also played basketball for El Cerrito.
Personal
Was born Oct. 3, 1996...Full name is Count-Marquis Pippins II...
Parents are Count-Marquis Pippins and Volaney Harris...Has three
siblings...Plans on majoring in Business at Weber State...Likes to
sing and dance and collect shoes.
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WILDCATS
ZACH SMITH
DRE SNOWDEN
Running back • 6-2 • 280
Sophomore
Kissimmee, Fla.
Cornerback • 5-10 • 150
Sophomore
American Fork, Utah
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25
Zach returns to Weber State as a sophomore running back after
playing in all 12 games as a true freshman in 2013.
Dre joined Weber State in the summer of 2014 after transferring from
Utah State. He will be a sophomore cornerback with the Wildcats.
2013 (Freshman)
Played in all 12 games and started three games as a true freshman
after signing with the Wildcats in February 2013...Had 71 rushes for
284 yards and one touchdown...Finished third on the team in rushing
yards and rushing yards per game. Opened the season with eight
carries for 88 yards and one touchdown in his first career game,
WSU’s 50-40 season-opening win over Stephen F. Austin...Had a
season-long rush of 57 yards in the game...Had 11 carries for 51
yards at McNeese State...Also had 13 receptions for 72 yards...Had
two catches for a season-high 21 yards at Montana...Finished the
season with 353 all purpose yards, sixth most on the team.
Utah State
Was a part of the Utah State program for two seasons...Sat out the
2012 season as a redshirt...Played in just one game during the 2013
season, Sept. 14 against Weber State, where he recorded two tackles.
Gateway High School
Played for Coach Roberts at Gateway High School...Was named
to the Orlando Sentinel Super 60 list as one of the top players in
Central Florida...Earned All-State Honorable Mention honors as a
senior in 2012 and also earned First Team All-District and First Team
All-County honors...Was named the Gateway Team MVP and Offensive MVP...Rushed for 1,643 yards and 17 touchdowns in 2012...
Had 215 carries for an average of 7.6 yards per carry.
Personal
Full name is Dredan Snowden...Was born Dec. 13, 1993 in Provo...
Parents are Will and Courtney Snowden...Has four siblings: Christian,
Sibley, Blythe and Smith...Is majoring in Business Administration at
Weber State.
American Fork High School
Recorded 17 receptions for 265 yards with one touchdown as a
senior at American Fork High School... Also had 19 tackles and two
fumble recoveries to go along with one blocked kick...Returned 16
kickoffs for 247 yards...Had four career touchdowns and three career
interceptions, to go along with three career blocked kicks.
PIO STOWERS
Personal
Was born Oct. 14, 1994, in Orlando...Parents are Travis Smith and
Patti Donovan...Is majoring in Business at Weber State...Is left
handed.
Linebacker • 6-1 • 220
Freshman
Provo, Utah
34
Pio joined Weber State as a freshman linebacker out of Provo, Utah.
He signed with the Wildcats in February 2014.
Timpview High School
Played for coach Cary Whittingham at Timpview High School...Earned
First Team All-State honors...Recorded 86 tackles with three sacks
and six interceptions as a senior...Helped lead Timpview to backto-back state championships....Also played rugby in high school.
CAREER STATS
Rushing
Receiving
YR
no. Yds
td long
avg/g no.yds td long
2011GP
WEBER
STATE
FOOTBALL
2013 12 71 2841 57 23.7 1372 0 14
TOTAL12 71 284 1 57 23.7 13 72 0 14
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MEET THE
WILDCATS
ROSS STRIBLING
EMMETT TELA
Wide Receiver • 6-4 • 205
Junior
Los Angeles, Calif.
Linebacker • 6-1 • 220
Freshman
Provo, Utah
89
44
Ross joined Weber State in the summer of 2014 as a junior wide
receiver after playing at El Camino Community College.
Emmett is a freshman linebacker with the Wildcats out of Provo,
Utah. He signed with Weber State in February 2014.
El Camino College
Played for two seasons at El Camino Community College where he
played for coach Featherstone.
Timpview High School
Played for coach Cary Whittingham at Timpview...Helped lead
Timpview to back-to-back state championships...Earned Second
Team All-State honors from the Deseret News and was named to
the All-Salt Lake Tribune Team...Also earned All-Region honors...
Recorded 94 tackles with one sack and three interceptions as a
senior...Had 200 tackles and five interceptions in his career.
Dorsey High School
Graduated from Dorsey High School in 2012 where he played for
coach Knox...Was a preseason All-City First Team selection and
earned First Team All-League honors...Also competed in track and
field and posted a mark of 6-08 in the high jump.
Personal
Was born Aug. 19, 1994 in Los Angeles...Is the son of Barbara
Stribling...Is one of four children...Plans on majoring in Criminal
Justice at Weber State.
Personal
Was born Oct. 4, 1995 in Tacoma, Wash...Parents are Emmett and
Jennifer Tela...Has four sisters.
XAVIER TAYLOR
CORY THOMSON
Tight End • 6-5 • 215
Freshman
Las Vegas, Nev.
Running back • 5-10 • 215
Sophomore
Santa Margarita, Calif.
49
35
Xavier joined the Wildcat program in the summer of 2014 as a freshman tight end out of Las Vegas.
Cory is a sophomore running back with the Wildcats. He joined the
WSU program in 2014.
Rancho High School
Graduated from Rancho High School in 2013...Played for coach
Perryn Hale...Was a three-year varsity starter at Rancho.
Simon Fraser
Played fullback and running back as a true freshman at Simon Fraser
University in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada.
Personal
Was born Sept. 17, 1994 in Las Vegas...Parents are Eric and Glenda
Taylor...Has three siblings...Plans on majoring in Mechanical Engineering at Weber State.
Santa Margarita Catholic High School
Played for coach Harry Welsh...Was a two-time Trinity All-League
selection.
Personal
Was born Oct. 18, 1992 in Los Angeles...Parents are Brad and Elaine
Thomson...Plans on majoring in Criminal Justice.
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LEGRAND TOIA
JUSTIN TURNER
Linebacker • 6-2 • 185
Freshman
Riverton, Utah
Offensive Line • 6-3 • 285
Junior
Layton, Utah
58
76
LeGrand is a freshman linebacker out of Riverton, Utah. He joined
the WSU program in the summer of 2014.
Riverton High School
Graduated from Riverton High School in 2014 where he played for
coach Mike Miller...Earned Second Team All-Region honors during
his junior season.
Personal
Was born May 14, 1996 in Kansas City, Mo...Midde name is Faleolo...Parents are Tui and Tonia Toia...has three siblings...Likes to
play rugby.
Justin is back for his junior season on the offensive line at Weber
State. He has appeared in 14 career games in his two seasons with
the Wildcats.
2013 (Sophomore)
Saw action in five games on the offensive line for the Wildcats during the season.
2012 (Freshman)
Saw action in nine games and started four games during the season...Was part of the offensive line that blocked for All-Conference
running back C.J. Tuckett as well as senior quarterback Mike Hoke.
2011
Sat out the season as a red shirt with the Wildcats.
MITCH TULANE
Safety • 6-0 • 180
Freshman
Syracuse, Utah
37
Layton High School
Graduated from Layton High School in 2008 where he played for
Jim Bachelor...Earned 5A First Team All-State honors from the Salt
Lake Tribune...Helped the Lancers advance to the state championship game and post a 12-2 record as a senior.
Personal
Full name is Justin Kenneth Turner...Was born Dec. 18, 1989...
Originally signed with the Wildcats in February 2008 before serving
an LDS Church mission to San Juan Puerto Rico...Is majoring in
Health Promotion at Weber State.
Mitch joined Weber State in the summer of 2014 as a freshman
safety out of Syracuse, Utah.
Syracuse High School
Graduated from Syracuse High School in 2010 where he played for
coach Russ Jones...Was named team MVP during his senior season and earned First Team All-Area and All-State honors...Was also
named the Region 1 Defensive MVP and led the state in interceptions.
Personal
Was born Feb. 18, 1992 in Portland, Ore...Parents are Greg and
Sherry Tulane...Is one of six children...Is married to McKenna Tulane...
Served a two-year LDS Church mission to Calgary, Canada from
2011-13...Plans on majoring in Physical Education at Weber State.
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SPENCER UNGA
ROMAN VALENZUELA
Linebacker • 5-11 • 210
Sophomore
Ogden, Utah
Linebacker • 6-0 • 235
Junior
South Jordan, Utah
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Spencer returns as a sophomore linebacker for the Wildcats.
2013 (Freshman)
Saw action in seven games as a freshman for the Wildcats...Finished
the season with 22 tackles with seven solo tackles and 15 assisted
tackles...Had a career-high 13 tackles at Eastern Washington...Also
had two tackles for loss...Had a fumble recovery which he returned
for a 38-yard touchdown for Weber State’s only touchdown at Utah
State on Sept. 14.
Bonneville High School
Graduated from Bonneville High School in 2008...Played quarterback for the Lakers and led the team to the 2007 state tournament...
Threw for 715 yards and two touchdowns during the 2007 season
and rushed for 349 yards and four touchdowns.
Personal
Was born April 26, 1990...Parents are Fine and Madelyn Unga...
Father Fine played running back at Weber State from 1987-88 and
currently ranks fifth in career rushing yards in Weber State history
with 2,298 yards in just two seasons...Fine was inducted to the
Weber State Athletics Hall of Fame in 2014 and Spencer presented
him at the ceremony...Is married to Mykklyn Unga...Is majoring in
General Studies at Weber State...Served an LDS Church mission to
Morristown, New Jersey before enrolling at Weber State.
CAREER STATS
YR
GP UA A TKL TFL PDFF FRSK
2013 7 7 1522 2-3 00 10-0
TOTAL
7 7 1522 2-3 00 10-0
Roman returns for his junior season at linebacker for the Wildcats.
He has played in all 23 games in his two year career at Weber State
and has recorded 147 career tackles.
2013 (Sophomore)
Played in all 12 games and started in seven games as a linebacker for
the Wildcats...Totaled 88 tackles on the season, tied for the second
most on the team...Averaged 7.3 tackles per game, 22nd best in the
Big Sky...Had 23 solo tackles and 65 assisted tackles...Had 12 or
more tackles in three games...Had 12 tackles at Eastern Washington and recorded 13 tackles at Cal Poly and at Montana...Had four
tackles for loss and had one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.
2012 (Freshman)
Played in all 11 games and started nine games for the Wildcats...
Recorded 59 total tackles with 28 unassisted and 31 assisted tackles...Had 10 tackles against Montana and Northern Colorado...Also
had 2.5 tackles for loss...Had one fumble recovery at Sacramento
State...Also had one pass breakup and one quarterback hurry.
2011
Sat out the season as a red shirt with the Wildcats.
Bingham High School
Graduated from Bingham High School where he earned Honorable
Mention All-State Class 5A honors for Coach Dave Peck...Helped the
Miners to the 2011 Class 5A state championship title...Bingham ended
the season as the fourth ranked high school team in the nation...Was
the team captain for two
seasons...Led the team in
tackles as a senior.
Personal
Full name is Roman Venezuela...Was born Sept.
7, 1992...Is majoring in
Business Administration/
Marketing.
CAREER STATS
YR
GP UA A TKL TFL
2012 11283159 4-5
2013 12236588 4-7
TOTAL
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WILDCATS
CHASE VORWALLER
A.J. WILCOX
Tight End • 6-4 • 210
Sophomore
Parker, Colo.
Offensive Line • 6-5 • 295
Sophomore
Clearfield, Utah
93
75
Chase joins Weber State as a sophomore tight end out of Parker,
Colo. He joined WSU in the summer of 2014.
A.J. returns for his sophomore season at Weber State. He moved
to the offensive line during spring ball.
Mesa Community College
Played the 2011 season at Mesa Community College in Mesa, Ariz...
Played for coach Greg Crowshaw.
2013 (Freshman)
Saw action in nine games as a true freshman for the Wildcats...
Signed with Weber State in February 2013...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors in Human Performance Management.
Ponderosa High School
Graduated from Ponderosa High School in 2011 where he played
for coach Huff...Played football, basketball and baseball all four
years of high school.
Personal
Was born Jan. 13, 1993 in Denver...Parents are Charles and Kathy
Vorwaller...Is one of five children, three older brothers and one
younger sister...Brother Justin played Division II basketball in Colorado...Played with brother Chad at Mesa CC...Plans on majoring in
Business at Weber State...Served a two-year LDS Church mission
to Tegucigalpa, Honduras from Feb. 2012 to Feb. 2014.
Syracuse High School
Played for coach Russ Jones at Syracuse High School...Earned First
Team All-Region honors as a junior...Blew out his shoulder during
the summer before his senior season and did not play as a senior...
Also played basketball for the Titans and earned Honorable Mention
All-Region honor as a junior in 2011.
Personal
Was born July 26, 1993...Is majoring in Microbiology...His older
brother Jared played four seasons as an offensive lineman at Weber
State from 2006-2009.
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ERIC WILKES
JONATHAN WILLIS
Running back • 5-7 • 210
Freshman
Las Vegas, Nev.
Quarterback • 5-11 • 200
Senior
Oakland, Calif.
31
3
Eric joined Weber State in the summer of 2014 as a freshman running back out of Las Vegas.
Desert Pines High School
Graduated from Desert Pines High School in 2014...As a senior
rushed for 1,024 yards with 13 touchdowns and earned All-Conference
honors...Rushed for 887 yards as a junior with six touchdowns and
rushed for 893 yards as a sophomore with another 13 touchdowns...
Totaled more than 2,800 yards rushing during his high school career
and had 32 touchdowns...Also participated in track and field at Desert Pines and won the state title in the 100 meters and the 4X100
meter relay team.
Personal
Was born Oct. 4, 1995 in Las Vegas...Is the son of Ruthie Daniels
and Howard Williams...Has six siblings...Participated in ballet when
he was young...Plans on majoring in Criminal Justice at Weber State.
Jonathan returns for his senior season at quarterback for the Wildcats.
2013 (Junior)
Joined the Wildcats during the summer as a junior college transfer
quarterback...Saw action in six games for the Wildcats, playing mostly
on special teams...Was 1 of 2 passing on the year for 11 yards...
Also had two rushing attempts on the season, coming in WSU’s
season-ending win over Idaho State.
College of San Mateo
Played two seasons at the College of San Mateo, under head coach
Brett Pollack...In 2012 he threw for 650 yards and seven touchdowns
for the Bulldogs...Averaged 81.2 yards passing per game.
James Logan High School
Graduated from James Logan High School in 2010...Played for coach
George Zuber...Earned First Team All-League honors.
Personal
Was born Dec. 19, 1990 in Oakland...Nickname is J Will...Parents are
Anthony Willis and Audrey Blanson...Is majoring in Child and Family
Studies at Weber State...Also loves to play basketball.
CAREER STATS
Rushing
YR GP no.Ydstd long
2013
6 240
4
TOTAL
6 240
4
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WILDCATS
FELIX WOODS
CAMERON YOUNG
Sophomore • 5-11 • 195
Sophomore
Lake City, Fla.
Offensive Line • 6-3 • 310
Sophomore
Cove, Texas
38
74
Felix is back for his sophomore season at linebacker for the Wildcats.
2013 (Freshman)
Played in all 12 games as a true freshman with the Wildcats after
signing with Weber State in February 2013...Recorded 30 total tackles
on the season...Had 20 assisted tackles and 10 solo tackles...Had
season-highs of five tackles at Eastern Washington, Cal Poly and
Portland State...Also had two tackles for loss at Montana on Nov. 16.
Columbia High School
Played for coach Allen at Columbia High School in Lake City, Fla...
Was a three-time team Defensive MVP at Columbia and earned First
Team Honors from the Gainesville Sun...Recorded 96 total tackles
with seven sacks and eight tackles for loss as a senior in 2012...
Played in the 2012 Florida-Georgia All-Star Game.
Personal
Was born March 31, 1995 in Ocala, Fla...Parents are Felix Woods
and Antonio and Shauana Brown...Is majoring in Ahtletic Therapy
at Weber State.
Cameron returns for his sophomore season on the offensive line
after starting in all 12 games in 2013.
2013 (Freshman)
Started all 12 games as a redshirt freshman on the offensive line
for Weber State.
2012
Sat out the season as a redshirt after signing with Weber State in
the spring of 2012.
Barbers Hill High School
Played for coach Ronnie Gage at Barbers Hill High School in Cove,
Texas...Earned Second Team All-State honors as an offensive
lineman...Team finished 9-2 as a senior and advanced to the state
playoffs...Also competed in track and field at Barbers Hill.
Personal
Was born Aug. 31, 1994...Is majoring in Human Peformance Management at Weber State.
CAREER STATS
YR
GPUA A TKLTFL
2013 1210 20 30 2-2
TOTAL12 10 20 30 2-2
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2013 SEASON
RESULTS AND STATS
2013 Weber State Football
Weber State Combined Team Statistics (as of Jun 18, 2014)
All games
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Date
Aug 31, 2013
Sep 07, 2013
Sep 14, 2013
Sep 21, 2013
Sep 28, 2013
Oct 5, 2013
Oct 12, 2013
Oct 19, 2013
Nov 02, 2013
Nov 09, 2013
Nov 16, 2013
Nov 23, 2013
Opponent
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN
at Utah
at Utah State
at #12 McNeese
SACRAMENTO STATE
at #6 Eastern Washington
at Cal Poly
#5 MONTANA STATE
at Portland State
SOUTHERN UTAH
at #7 Montana
IDAHO STATE
Rushing
Bo Bolen
Josh Booker
Zach Smith
A. Chipoletti
Erik Walker
Cam Livingston
Cordero Dixon
Tony Epperson
Karl Finai
Jadrian Clark
Shaydon Kehano
Tony Schmitz
Kellen Copeland
Cody Raymond
Gabe Davis
Jonathan Willis
Jake Kahawaii
TEAM
Jordan Adamczyk
Total
Opponents
Passing
A. Chipoletti
Jordan Adamczyk
Jadrian Clark
TEAM
Jonathan Willis
Zach Smith
Erik Walker
Total
Opponents
Receiving
Erik Walker
Bo Bolen
Cam Livingston
Josh Booker
Shaydon Kehano
Zach Smith
Gamal Fowler
Braden Corpus
Eddy Hall
Cody Raymond
Tyler Parson
Jake Kahawaii
Kela Marciel
Helam Heimuli
A. Chipoletti
Total
Opponents
Field Goals
gp
12
4
4
8
6
12
12
12
12
gp
att
gain loss
td
effic comp-att-int
pct
yds
lg avg/g
td
no.
yds
pct. 01-19
1-1 100.0 0-0
4-8 50.0 0-0
Scoring
td
fg
6 4 4 4 STATE
- 4-8
2 2 - 1-1
1 1 1 -
avg
td
10.6
7.5
13.2
6.6
12.4
5.5
11.1
6.7
5.4
15.2
9.0
4.3
2.7
6.5
5.0
9.4
12.9
kick
3
0
4
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
31
20-29
0-0
2-2
Interceptions
lg avg/g
48 137.5
27 52.2
3
1.2
0
0.0
11
1.8
1
0.1
32
2.7
48 159.0
80 233.6
40-49
1-1
1-1
0-0
1-4
42
50
-
-
-
pts
36
24
24
24
21
12
12
9
6
6
6
0
2
Away
0-7
0-4
0-3
WSU
176
86
77
13
1639
484
3.4
136.6
13
1908
202-369-10
5.2
9.4
159.0
9
3547
4.2
295.6
58-1247
13-54
10-147
26-19
73-780
103-42.5
29:20
59/206
14/23
yds avg
16
7
96
28
4.0
2.3
48.0
28.0
lg
101 4356 43.1 86
1 32 32.0 32
1 -6 -6.0 0
td
lg
0
0
2
0
16
11
70
28
tb
fc i20 50+ blk
7 28 24 24
0 0 1 0
0 0 0 0
no.
10
2
1
13
30
yds avg
43
10
1
54
347
td
0
0
0
0
0
18
12
1
18
29
Kick Returns
no.
yds avg
td
lg
kr
ir
All Purpose
Bo Bolen
Erik Walker
Josh Booker
A.J. Coney
Cam Livingston
Total
Opponents
22 545 24.8
11 292 26.5
11 279 25.4
5
70 14.0
2
15 7.5
2
20 10.0
1
-3 -3.0
1
0 0.0
1
16 16.0
1
10 10.0
1
3 3.0
58 1247 21.5
17 428 25.2
g
rush
rcv
pr
12 549 203 43
12
45 658
0
12 438 146
0
12
0
0
1
12
37 344
0
12 1639 1908 54
12 2906 2803 347
Total Offense
A. Chipoletti
Bo Bolen
Josh Booker
Zach Smith
Jordan Adamczyk
Total
Opponents
4.3
5.0
1.0
4.2
11.6
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12
12
12
12
4
12
12
Neutral
0-0
0-0
0-0
OPP
277
139
114
24
2906
538
5.4
242.2
35
2803
217-351-10
8.0
12.9
233.6
31
5709
6.4
475.8
17-428
30-347
10-244
19-9
68-626
66-41.8
30:40
67/167
9/19
Punt Returns
Bo Bolen
Kela Marciel
A.J. Coney
Total
Opponents
lg blk
50-99
Home
2-3
1-3
1-0
no. yds avg
Tony Epperson
A. Chipoletti
TEAM
A.J. Coney
Bo Bolen
Cordero Dixon
Karl Finai
Jake Kahawaii
Kellen Copeland
Zach Smith
Rom. Valenzuela
Gabe Davis
Braden Corpus
Eddy Hall
Total
Opponents
PAT
rush rcv pass dxp saf
FOOTBALL
9-12
0-2
6-8
-
4
3
2
1
Punting
lg avg/g
0-0
0-1
no.
D. Florence
A.J. Coney
DJ Bush
Cordero Dixon
41 54.8
20 16.9
48 28.7
25 12.2
43 46.5
14
6.0
35 11.1
16
4.0
17
2.5
32
8.7
13
3.0
5
1.2
4
2.7
7
1.4
9
0.8
48 159.0
80 233.6
30-39
Overall
2-10
1-7
1-3
Team Statistics
FIRST DOWNS
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
RUSHING YARDAGE
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
Average Per Play
Average Per Game
KICK RETURNS: #-Yards
PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards
INT RETURNS: #-Yards
FUMBLES-LOST
PENALTIES-Yards
PUNTS-AVG
TIME OF POSSESSION/Game
3RD-DOWN Conversions
4TH-DOWN Conversions
45 45.8
61 36.5
57 23.7
25 11.8
39
3.8
16
3.1
25
3.6
27
2.2
7
3.4
13
5.2
14
4.8
10
2.2
11
1.2
12
1.7
3
0.3
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0.7
2
0.2
0 -0.5
16 -8.0
61 136.6
80 242.2
105.63 172-302-9 57.0 1650 8
81.21 25-54-1
46.3 209 1
40.33
2-6-0
33.3
5 0
0.00
0-3-0
0.0
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50.0
11 0
108.40
1-1-0
100.0
1 0
368.80
1-1-0
100.0
32 0
100.81 202-369-10 54.7 1908 9
152.35 217-351-10 61.8 2803 31
12 62 658
12 27 203
12 26 344
12 22 146
4 15 186
12 13
72
9
9 100
10
6
40
11
5
27
7
4
61
9
3
27
11
3
13
3
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8
9
2
13
12
2
10
12 202 1908
12 217 2803
fg
net avg
Record:
All games
Conference
Non-Conference
Att.
6181
45053
25513
8893
6610
9734
5824
5616
4285
4978
23609
5396
123 596 47 549 4.5 5
115 468 30 438 3.8 4
71 304 20 284 4.0 1
113 362 220 142 1.3 2
3
45
0
45 15.0 1
4
37
0
37 9.2 0
3
37
1
36 12.0 0
1
27
0
27 27.0 0
7
26
2
24 3.4 0
4
21
0
21 5.2 0
2
19
0
19 9.5 0
4
18
0
18 4.5 0
2
13
0
13 6.5 0
1
12
0
12 12.0 0
2
4
0
4 2.0 0
2
4
0
4 2.0 0
1
2
0
2 2.0 0
7
0
4
-4 -0.6 0
19
33 65 -32 -1.7 0
484 2028 389 1639 3.4 13
538 3159 253 2906 5.4 35
Carson Fackrell
Shaun McClain
Bo Bolen
Cam Livingston
Erik Walker
Josh Booker
2011
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McClain
DJ Bush
A. Chipoletti
Carson Fackrell
62Spencer Unga
Shaydon Kehano
Zach Smith
62
gp
12
12
12
12
12
12
10
12
7
4
4
8
11
7
12
6
11
8
4
12
12
Score
50-40
7-70
6-70
6-43
3-31
19-41
0-47
16-34
24-45
21-27
6-42
32-7
W
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
W
0
0
0
lg
0 45
1 100
0 69
0 19
0
8
0 12
0
5
0
0
0 16
0 10
0
3
1 100
0 49
total avg/g
292
0 1087 90.6
0
0 703 58.6
0
0 584 48.7
545
7 553 46.1
0
0 381 31.8
1247 147 4995 416.2
428 244 6728 560.7
rush
pass
total avg/g
415 142 1650 1792 149.3
123 549
0 549 45.8
115 438
0 438 36.5
72 284
1 285 23.8
73 -32 209 177 44.2
853 1639 1908 3547 295.6
889 2906 2803 5709 475.8
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2013 SEASON
DEFENSIVE STATS
2013 Weber State Football
Weber State Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Jun 18, 2014)
All games
#
44
50
28
37
20
4
11
90
45
23
53
92
38
91
6
7
29
2
48
33
94
21
27
99
9
97
22
43
32
87
8
19
18
13
84
83
81
12
80
55
3
47
31
15
98
16
25
ua
Tackles
a
tot
Defensive Leaders
gp
tfl/yds
Anthony Morales
Rom. Valenzuela
Adam Padilla
Chris Wheeler
DJ Bush
Chris Jones
Luke King
Danny Mullarkey
Obi Owoh
Tre'von Johnson
Dustin Martin
Connor Myers
Felix Woods
J. Washington
Robbie Diamond
Josh Burton
D. Florence
Cordero Dixon
Spencer Unga
Karl Finai
Jalin Ames
A.J. Coney
Tony Schmitz
Mene Perese
Jalen Fields
Colton Paulhus
Eddy Hall
Grant Garry
Jimmy Ralph
Cody McKague
Bo Bolen
Gabe Davis
A. Miles-Woods
Ryan Tuiasoa
Jake Kahawaii
Erik Walker
Cam Livingston
Tony Epperson
Gamal Fowler
Joe Hawkins
Jonathan Willis
Kellen Copeland
Cody Raymond
Braden Corpus
Adam Lewis
A. Chipoletti
Zach Smith
Total
Opponents
10
38
62
100
11-28
12
23
65
88
4-7
11
36
52
88
5-8
9
29
35
64
3-7
11
33
23
56
3-11
12
22
28
50
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7
20
23
43
3-12
12
16
26
42
7-15
12
17
24
41
5-22
12
14
24
38
2-6
12
11
26
37
9-25
12
10
25
35
3-3
12
10
20
30
2-2
12
11
17
28
8-24
12
17
10
27
1-3
12
10
17
27
1-2
9
15
11
26
1-1
10
18
7
25
1-4
7
7
15
22
2-3
7
8
12
20
4-13
12
4
11
15
2-5
12
8
4
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8
4
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11
1-1
10
3
8
11
1-2
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992
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12 378 634 1012 130-390
Sacks
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Fumbles
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ff kick
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2013 SEASON
TEAM STATS
2013 Weber State Football
Weber State Overall Team Statistics (as of Jun 18, 2014)
All games
Team Statistics
WSU
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
KICKOFFS-Yards
Average Per Kick
Net kick 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 bySTATE
Quarters
2011 WEBER
FOOTBALL
Weber State
Opponents
6464
190
15.8
176
86
77
13
1639
2028
389
484
3.4
136.6
13
1908
202-369-10
5.2
9.4
159.0
9
3547
853
4.2
295.6
58-1247
13-54
10-147
21.5
4.2
14.7
26-19
73-780
65.0
103-4382
42.5
37.8
39-2350
60.3
36.5
29: 20
59/206
29%
14/23
61%
11-79
0
26
5-9
0-3
(17-23) 74%
(14-23) 61%
(15-20) 75%
28781
5/5756
3rd
68 26 43
98 159 143
4th
53
97
OT
0
0
OPP
497
41.4
277
139
114
24
2906
3159
253
538
5.4
242.2
35
2803
217-351-10
8.0
12.9
233.6
31
5709
889
6.4
475.8
17-428
30-347
10-244
25.2
11.6
24.4
19-9
68-626
52.2
66-2756
41.8
39.4
87-5214
59.9
38.1
30: 40
67/167
40%
9/19
47%
35-223
6
69
7-13
1-1
(48-56) 86%
(42-56) 75%
(60-66) 91%
122911
7/17559
0/0
Total
190
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2013 SEASON
GAME-BY-GAME STATS
2013 Weber State Football
Weber State Team Game-by-Game (as of Jun 18, 2014)
All games
TEAM STATISTICS
Date
Opponent
no.
Aug 31
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN
Sep 07
at Utah
Sep 14
at Utah State
Sep 21
at McNeese
Sep 28
SACRAMENTO STATE
Oct 5
at Eastern Washington
Oct 12
at Cal Poly
Oct 19
MONTANA STATE
Nov 02
at Portland State
Nov 09
SOUTHERN UTAH
Nov 16
at Montana
Nov 23
IDAHO STATE
Weber State
Opponents
56 315 4
43
69 1
33 104 0
52 223 0
43 143 0
41 109 2
32
53 0
41 188 2
33
59 1
27
87 0
27
6 0
56 283 3
484 1639 13
538 2906 35
Games played: 12
Avg per rush: 3.4
Avg per catch: 9.4
Pass efficiency: 100.81
Kick ret avg: 21.5
Punt ret avg: 4.2
All purpose avg/game: 416.2
Total offense avg/gm: 295.6
Date
Opponent
Date
Opponent
Aug 31 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN
Sep 07 at Utah
Sep 14 at Utah State
Sep 21 at McNeese
Sep 28 SACRAMENTO STATE
Oct 5 at Eastern Washington
Oct 12 at Cal Poly
Oct 19 MONTANA STATE
Nov 02 at Portland State
Nov 09 SOUTHERN UTAH
Nov 16 at Montana
Nov 23 IDAHO STATE
Weber State
Opponents
Aug 31 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN
Sep 07 at Utah
Sep 14 at Utah State
Sep 21 at McNeese
Sep 28 SACRAMENTO STATE
Oct 5 at Eastern Washington
Oct 12 at Cal Poly
Oct 19 MONTANA STATE
Nov 02 at Portland State
Nov 09 SOUTHERN UTAH
Nov 16 at Montana
Nov 23 IDAHO STATE
Weber State
Opponents
Rushing
yds td
ua
33
34
34
36
39
29
43
36
40
29
25
31
409
378
no.
9
12
12
9
9
9
10
4
6
7
8
8
103
66
Tackles
a
total
48
36
64
35
34
66
52
34
44
28
90
52
583
634
yds
366
523
479
368
336
369
415
169
265
320
375
397
4382
2756
81
70
98
71
73
95
95
70
84
57
115
83
992
1012
avg
40.7
43.6
39.9
40.9
37.3
41.0
41.5
42.2
44.2
45.7
46.9
49.6
42.5
41.8
no.
Receiving
yds td
tfl-yds
Sacks
no-yds
lg
57 16 169 1
16 13 136 0
15 12
34 0
45
8
85 1
41 14
91 0
12 17 140 1
10 18 120 0
42 26 309 0
14 26 331 2
25 29 263 3
9 19 196 0
61
4
34 1
61 202 1908 9
80 217 2803 31
5-7
8-15
6-19
5-26
8-17
8-29
1-4
8-23
9-11
9-30
7-8
9-21
83-210
130-390
69
64
49
59
60
53
52
53
61
70
64
86
86
68
blkd
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Passing
cmp-att-int
yds
td
35
16-32-2 169 1
32
13-25-0 136 0
16
12-23-0
34 0
48
8-31-2
85 1
35
14-23-0
91 0
40
17-27-1 140 1
19
18-27-0 120 0
42
26-38-1 309 0
43
26-47-0 331 2
31
29-47-1 263 3
35
19-38-3 196 0
17
4-11-0
34 1
48 202-369-10 1908 9
80 217-351-10 2803 31
Fumble
ff fr-yds
0-0
0-0
0-0
2-17
0-0
1-8
0-0
2-13
0-0
3-18
1-5
2-0
11-61
43-223
Punting
long
lg
0
0
1
2
1
1
0
0
0
1
2
2
10
15
tb
0
1
0
0
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
3
7
5
0-0
0-0
1-38
2-4
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
2-0
3-29
9-71
19-28
fc
5
2
2
4
3
3
2
2
2
2
1
0
28
27
50+
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1
4
0
2
2
2
2
1
1
3
2
4
24
15
lg
35
32
16
48
35
40
19
42
43
31
35
17
48
80
Kick Returns
no. yds td lg
4
7
7
4
5
4
5
4
6
4
6
2
58
17
143
122
97
110
75
90
74
130
108
115
157
26
1247
428
Pass Defense
int-yds
qbh brup
3-98
0-0
0-0
0-0
2-16
1--4
0-0
0-0
1-0
1-0
0-0
2-37
10-147
10-244
0
0
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
2
9
21
i20
md-att
4
2
1
5
2
2
0
0
1
4
2
2
25
31
3
5
0
3
2
3
1
3
2
5
2
1
30
43
1 100
0 29
0 21
0 69
0 19
0 34
0 21
0 44
0 26
0 45
0 34
0 22
1 100
0 49
Blkd
kick
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
3
3
Field Goals
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-1
0-0
0-0
1-1
1-2
0-2
2-2
0-1
5-9
7-13
long blkd
0
0
0
0
42
0
0
50
29
0
48
0
50
47
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
2
0
Punt Returns
no. yds td lg
2 10
0
0
0
0
1
0
4 22
3 28
0
0
1 -2
2 -4
0
0
0
0
0
0
13 54
30 347
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
PAT Attempts
kick rush rcv
4-4
1-1
0-1
0-0
0-0
1-2
0-0
1-2
3-3
3-3
0-0
2-4
15-20
60-66
no.
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
Kickoffs
yds
8 460
2 119
2 130
2 130
2 130
4 243
1
62
4 253
4 245
3 144
2 130
5 304
39 2350
87 5214
avg
57.5
59.5
65.0
65.0
65.0
60.8
62.0
63.2
61.2
48.0
65.0
60.8
60.3
59.9
tot
off
12 484
0 205
0 138
0 308
11 234
18 249
0 173
0 497
1 390
0 350
0 202
0 317
18 3547
29 5709
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
tb
5
0
1
1
2
2
0
3
0
2
1
3
20
26
pts
50
7
6
6
3
19
0
16
24
21
6
32
190
497
ob
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
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OPPONENTS
ARIZONA STATE
SUN DEVILS
NORTH DAKOTA STATE
BISON
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Todd Graham
GENERAL INFORMATION
Taylor Kelly
Location.......................................................................Tempe, Ariz.
Enrollement..........................................................................73,373
Colors..................................................................Maroon and Gold
Conference.......................................................................... Pac-12
Stadium (Capacity).............................Sun Devil Stadium (71,706)
Playing Surface.................................................................... Grass
President............................................................. Dr. Michael Crow
Athletic Director...................................................... Ray Anderson
FOOTBALL INFORMATION
2013 record..............................................................................10-4
2013 Conference record/finish................8-1 / 1st (Pac-12 South)
Head Coach...............................................................Todd Graham
Overall Record....................................................... 67-38 (8 years)
Record at Arizona State.......................................... 18-9 (2 years)
Starters Returning (O/D/SP)..............................................6 / 4 / 2
Series history vs. Weber State.................................. first meeting
MEDIA RELATIONS
Football Contact.......................................................... Mark Brand
Office phone........................................................... (480) 965-6592
Press box............................................................... (480) 965-6207
Email............................................................. [email protected]
Website................................................................thesundevils.com
2013 Results (10-4)
Date Opponent
Result
09-05 Sacramento St. W 55-0
09-14Wisconsin
W 32-30
09-21 *at Stanford
L 28-42
09-28*USC
W 62-41
10-05 vs. Notre Dame L 34-37
10-12*Colorado
W 54-13
10-19*Washington
W 53-24
10-31 *at Washington St. W 55-21
11-09 *at Utah
W 20-19
11-16 *Oregon State
W 30-17
11-23 *at UCLA
W 38-33
11-30*Arizona
W58-21
12-07*Stanford
L 14-38
12-30 vs. Texas Tech L 23-37
2014 Schedule
Date Opponent
08-28 Weber State
09-06 at New Mexico
09-13 *at Colorado
09-25 *UCLA
10-04 *at USC
10-18*Stanford
10-25 *at Washington
11-01*Utah
11-08 Notre Dame
11-15 *at Oregon State
11-22 *Washington St.
11-28 *at Arizona
Time (MT)
8:30 pm
4:00 pm
8:00 pm
8:00 pm
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
Chris Klieman
GENERAL INFORMATION
Carlton Littlejohn
Location........................................................................ Fargo, N.D.
Enrollement..........................................................................14,629
Colors................................................................. Yellow and Green
Conference..............................................................Missouri Valley
Stadium (Capacity)...Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome (18,700)
Playing Surface.................................... AstroTurf GameDay grass
President.......................................................Dr. Dean L. Bresciani
Athletic Director......................................................... Gene Taylor
FOOTBALL INFORMATION
2013 record..............................................................................15-0
2013 Conference record/finish.........................................8-0 / 1st
Head Coach.............................................................. Chris Klieman
Overall Record.........................................................3-7 (1 season)
Record at North Dakota State.................................... first season
Lettermen Returning..................................................................39
Starters Returning (O/D/SP)..............................................4 / 6 / 0
Series history vs. Weber State....... North Dakota State leads 4-0
MEDIA RELATIONS
Football Contact.....................................................Ryan Perreault
Office phone........................................................... (701) 231-8331
Cell phone.............................................................. (701) 793-0521
Email..................................................... [email protected]
Website...................................................................... GoBison.com
2013 Results (15-0)
Date Opponent
Result
08-30 at Kansas State W 24-21
09-07 Ferris State
W 56-10
09-21 Delaware State W 51-0
09-28 *at So. Dakota St.W 20-0
10-05 *Northern Iowa W 24-23
10-12 *Missouri State W 41-26
10-19 *at So. Illinois
W 31-10
10-26 *at Indiana State W 56-10
11-09 *Illinois State
W 28-10
11-16 *at Youngstown St. W 35-17
11-23 *South Dakota
W 42-0
12-07Furman
W 38-7
12-14 Coastal Carolina W 48-14
12-20 New Hampshire W 52-14
01-04Towson
W 35-7
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2014 Schedule
Date Opponent
Time (MT)
08-30 at Iowa State
10:00 am
09-06 at Weber State 6:00 pm
09-13 Incanate Word 1:30 pm
09-20 Montana
1:30 pm
10-04 *at Western Ill. 2:00 pm
10-11 *Southern Illinois 12:00 pm
10-18 *Indiana State
1:30 pm
10-25 *at South Dakota 1:00 pm
11-01 *South Dakota St.1:30 pm
11-08 *at Northern Iowa 3:00 pm
11-15 *at Missouri St. 1:00 pm
11-22 *Youngstown St. 1:30 pm
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OPPONENTS
SACRAMENTO STATE
HORNETS
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN
LUMBERJACKS
Sept. 13 • 7:00 p.m. (MDT)
Hornet Stadium • Sacramento, Calif.
Sept. 20 • 5:00 p.m. (MDT)
Bryce Stadium • Nacogdoches, Texas
Jody Sears
Clint Conque
GENERAL INFORMATION
Garrett Safron
Location............................................................. Sacramento, Calif.
Enrollement..........................................................................29,000
Colors.................................................................... Green and Gold
Conference..........................................................................Big Sky
Stadium (Capacity)................................. Hornet Stadium (21,195)
Playing Surface...............................................................Field Turf
President...................................................Dr. Alexander Gonzalez
Interim Athletic Director...............................................Bill Macriss
FOOTBALL INFORMATION
GENERAL INFORMATION
Tyler Boyd
Location......................................................... Nacogdoches, Texas
Enrollement..........................................................................12,999
Colors.................................................................. Purple and White
Conference......................................................................Southland
Stadium (Capacity)....................... Homer Bryce Stadium (14,575)
Playing Surface..........................................................Artificial Turf
President..............................................................Dr. Baker Pattillo
Athletic Director............................................................Robert Hill
FOOTBALL INFORMATION
2013 record................................................................................5-7
2013 Big Sky record/finish...............................................4-4 / 8th
Interim Head Coach......................................................Jody Sears
Overall Record.....................................................4-19 (2 seasons)
Record at Sacramento State...................................... first season
Lettermen Returning..................................................................43
Starters Returning (O/D/SP)............................................10 / 7 / 2
Series history vs. Weber State................ Weber State leads 11-7
2013 record................................................................................3-9
2013 Conference record/finish........................................1-6 / t7th
Head Coach................................................................Clint Conque
Overall Record...............................................105-59 (14 seasons)
Record at SFA.............................................................. first season
Lettermen Returning..................................................................33
Starters Returning (O/D/SP)..............................................7 / 6 / 2
Series history vs. Weber State.................. Weber State leads 1-0
MEDIA RELATIONS
Football Contact.........................................................Brian Berger
Office phone........................................................... (916) 278-4313
Cell phone.............................................................. (916) 397-4325
Email........[email protected]csus.edu
Website................................................................hornetsports.com
MEDIA RELATIONS
Football Contact...................................................Rand Champion
Office phone........................................................... (936) 468-2606
Cell phone.............................................................. (903) 366-6041
Email......[email protected]sfasu.edu
Website.......................................................................sfajacks.com
2013 Results (5-7)
2014 Schedule
Date Opponent
Result
Date Opponent
Time (MT)
08-28 at San Jose St. L 0-24
08-30 at Incarnate Word3:00 pm
09-05 at Arizona State L 0-55
09-06 at California
1:00 pm
09-14 So. Oregon
W 63-56(ot) 09-13 Weber State
7:00 pm
09-21 Southern Utah
L 21-24(ot) 09-20Menlo
TBA
09-28 *at Weber State W 31-3
09-27 *at Idaho State 2:00 pm
10-05 *No. Colorado
W 37-21
10-04 *Montana State TBA
10-12 *No. Arizona
L 38-39
10-11 *at No. Colorado 1:30 pm
10-19 *at North Dakota W 31-7
TBA
11-02 *Montana
L 48-51(ot) 10-18 *Cal Poly
11-01
*at
Montana
TBA
11-09 *at Cal Poly
L 7-42
11-08 *Southern Utah TBA
2011
WEBER
11-16
*at Portland
St. STATE
W 43-42 FOOTBALL
11-15 *Portland State TBA
11-23 *UC Davis
L 7-34
11-22 *at UC Davis
TBA
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2013 Results (3-9)
Date Opponent
Result
08-31 at Weber State L 40-50
09-07 at Texas Tech
L 13-61
09-14McMurry
W 50-13
09-21 Montana State W 52-38
09-28 Prairie View A&M L 48-56
10-12 *at SE Louisiana L 14-56
10-19 *Nicholls State W 55-41
10-25 *at Central Ark. L 31-66
11-02 *vs. S. Houston St. L 49-56
11-09 *McNeese State L 38-69
11-16 *at Lamar
L 45-46
11-23 *at NW State
L 27-40
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2014 Schedule
Date Opponent
Time (MT)
08-30 at Kansas State 5:10 pm
09-06 Incarnate Word 5:00 pm
09-13 TX A&M Comm. 5:00 pm
09-20 Weber State
5:00 pm
10-04 *Central Arkansas5:00 pm
10-11 *at Nicholls St. 5:00 pm
10-18 *at Houst. Baptist 6:00 pm
10-25 *SE Louisiana
2:00 pm
11-01 *vs. S. Houston St.2:00 pm
11-08 *at McNeese St. 5:00 pm
11-15 *Abilene Christian2:00 pm
11-22 *Northwestern St. 2:00 pm
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SOUTHERN UTAH
THUNDERBIRDS
CAL POLY
MUSTANGS
Sept. 27 • 6:00 p.m.
Eccles Coliseum • Cedar City, Utah
Oct. 11 • 1:00 p.m. (Homecoming)
Stewart Stadium • Ogden, Utah
Ed Lamb
GENERAL INFORMATION
James Cowser
Location................................................................ Cedar City, Utah
Enrollement............................................................................8,066
Colors................................................................. Scarlet and White
Conference..........................................................................Big Sky
Stadium (Capacity)..................................Eccles Coliseum (8,500)
Playing Surface....................................................................... Turf
President.................................................................. Scott L. Wyatt
Athletic Director..........................................................Ken Beazer
FOOTBALL INFORMATION
Tim Walsh
GENERAL INFORMATION
Kristaan Ivory
Location...................................................... San Luis Obispo, Calif.
Enrollement..........................................................................19,800
Colors.........................................................Forest Green and Gold
Conference..........................................................................Big Sky
Stadium (Capacity)................... Alex G. Spanos Stadium (11,075)
Playing Surface........................................................Natural Grass
President.................................................. Dr. Jeffrey D. Armstrong
Athletic Director................................................. Don Oberhelman
FOOTBALL INFORMATION
2013 record................................................................................8-5
2013 Conference record/finish........................................5-3 / t4th
Head Coach...................................................................... Ed Lamb
Overall Record...................................................34-34 (6 seasons)
Record at Southern Utah......................................................same
Lettermen Returning..................................................................39
Starters Returning (O/D/SP)..............................................8 / 7 / 1
Series history vs. Weber State................ Weber State leads 14-4
2013 record................................................................................6-6
2013 Conference record/finish........................................5-3 / t4th
Head Coach.................................................................... Tim Walsh
Overall Record.............................................149-107 (23 seasons)
Record at Cal Poly.............................................32-25 (5 seasons)
Lettermen Returning..................................................................61
Starters Returning (O/D/SP)...................................................9 / 7
Series history vs. Weber State............................... series tied 5-5
MEDIA RELATIONS
Football Contact......................................................... Kyle Cottam
Office phone........................................................... (435) 586-7752
Cell phone.............................................................. (435) 817-7702
Email.................................................................... [email protected]
Website..................................................................... suutbirds.com
MEDIA RELATIONS
Football Contact..........................................................Eric Burdick
Office phone........................................................... (805) 756-6550
Cell phone.............................................................. (805) 550-3427
Email......[email protected]calpoly.edu
Website..........................................................................gopoly.com
2013 Results (8-5)
Date Opponent
Result
08-29 at South Alabama W 22-21
09-07 Fort Lewis
W 49-0
09-14 at Washington St. L 10-48
09-21 at Sacramento St.W 24-21
09-28 at No. Colorado W 27-21
10-05 *UC Davis
L 3-21
10-12 *Portland State W 17-7
10-19 *at E. WashingtonL 10-34
10-26 *Idaho State
W 19-9
11-09 *at Weber State W 27-21
11-16 *at Montana St. W 22-14
11-23 *Northern Arizona L 10-20
11-30 at Sam Houston St. L 20-51
2014 Schedule
Date Opponent
Time (MT)
08-30 at Nevada
1:00 pm
09-06 at SE Louisiana TBA
09-13 South Dakota St. 6:00 pm
09-20 at Fresno State TBA
09-27 *Weber State
6:00 pm
10-04 *at Cal Poly
TBA
10-11 *E. Washington 1:00 pm
10-18 *at Idaho State 2:30 pm
10-25 *North Dakota
1:00 pm
11-08 *at Sacramento St.TBA
11-15 *Montana
1:00 pm
11-22 *at No. Arizona TBA
2013 Results (6-6)
Date Opponent
Result
08-31 San Diego
W 38-16
09-07 at Fresno State L 25-41
09-14 at Colorado St. L 17-34
09-26 *at Portland St. W 38-34
10-05Yale
L 10-24
10-12 *Weber State
W 47-0
10-19 *at Montana
L 14-21
10-26 *Northern Arizona L 13-17
11-02 *at UC Davis
W 34-16
11-09 *Sacramento St. W 42-7
11-16 *E. Washington L 22-35
11-23 *at No. Colorado W 42-14
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2014 Schedule
Date Opponent
Time (MT)
08-28 at New Mexico St.6:00 pm
09-06 at So. Dakota St. 5:00 pm
09-20 Portland State
7:00 pm
09-27 *at No. Arizona TBA
10-04 *Southern Utah 7:00 pm
10-11 *at Weber State 1:00 pm
10-18 *at Sac State
TBA
10-25 *Montana
7:00 pm
11-01 *Montana State 7:00 pm
11-08 *at Idaho State 2:30 pm
11-15 *UC Davis
7:00 pm
11-22 at San Diego
5:00 pm
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OPPONENTS
MONTANA STATE
BOBCATS
PORTLAND STATE
VIKINGS
Oct. 18 • 3:30 p.m.
Bobcat Stadium • Bozeman, Mont.
Oct. 25 • 1:00 p.m.
Stewart Stadium • Ogden, Utah
Rob Ash
GENERAL INFORMATION
Alex Singleton
Location.................................................................Bozeman, Mont.
Enrollement..........................................................................14,660
Colors.......................................................................Blue and Gold
Conference..........................................................................Big Sky
Stadium (Capacity).................................Bobcat Stadium (17,200)
Playing Surface...............................................................Field Turf
President.......................................................... D. Waded Cruzado
Athletic Director..........................................................Peter Fields
FOOTBALL INFORMATION
Nigel Burton
GENERAL INFORMATION
Kasey Closs
Location.................................................................... Portland, Ore.
Enrollement..........................................................................28,766
Colors..............................................................Green, White, Silver
Conference..........................................................................Big Sky
Stadium (Capacity)................................Providence Park (18,627)
Playing Surface...............................................................Field Turf
President.....................................................................Wim Wiewel
Athletic Director.....................................................Torre Chisholm
FOOTBALL INFORMATION
2013 record................................................................................7-5
2013 Conference record/finish........................................5-3 / t4th
Head Coach....................................................................... Rob Ash
Overall Record.........................................233-126-5 (34 seasons)
Record at Montana State..................................57-27 (7 seasons)
Lettermen Returning..................................................................34
Starters Returning (O/D/SP)..............................................6 / 6 / 0
Series history vs. Weber State.......................MSU leads 29-20-1
2013 record................................................................................6-6
2013 Conference record/finish.........................................3-5 / 9th
Head Coach.................................................................Nigel Burton
Overall Record...................................................18-27 (4 seasons)
Record at Portland State......................................................same
Lettermen Returning..................................................................48
Starters Returning (O/D/SP)..............................................7 / 4 / 3
Series history vs. Weber State.............. Weber State leads 20-13
MEDIA RELATIONS
Football Contact........................................................Bill Lamberty
Office phone........................................................... (406) 994-5133
Cell phone.............................................................. (406) 580-6781
Email................................................. [email protected]
Website.................................................................msubobcats.com
MEDIA RELATIONS
Football Contact............................................................ Mike Lund
Office phone........................................................... (503) 725-5602
Cell phone.............................................................. (503) 866-0236
Email..................................................................... [email protected]
Website..........................................................................goviks.com
2013 Results (7-5)
Date Opponent
Result
08-29Monmouth
W 42-24
09-07 at SMU
L 30-31
09-14 Colorado Mesa W 26-0
09-21 at SFA
L 38-52
09-28 *at North Dakota W 63-20
10-05 *No. Arizona
W 36-7
10-19 *at Weber State W 34-16
10-26 *UC Davis
W 34-17
11-02 *at No. Colorado W 35-28
11-09
*at E.
WashingtonL
29-54
2011
WEBER
STATE
11-16 *Southern Utah L 14-22
11-23*Montana
L 14-28
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2014 Schedule
Date Opponent
08-30 at Arkansas St.
09-06 Black Hills State
09-13 Central Arkansas
09-20 E. Washington
09-27 *North Dakota
10-04 *at Sac State
10-11 *at UC Davis
10-18 *Weber State
11-01 *at Cal Poly
11-08 *Portland State
FOOTBALL
11-15 *Idaho State
11-22 *at Montaana
Time (MT)
5:00 pm
7:00 pm
3:30 pm
1:00 pm
1:30 pm
7:00 pm
5:00 pm
3:30 pm
7:00 pm
1:30 pm
TBA
TBA
2013 Results (6-6)
Date Opponent
Result
08-29 Eastern Oregon W 57-17
09-07 at California
L 30-37
09-14 Humboldt State W 43-6
09-21 at UC Davis
W 41-10
09-26 *Cal Poly
L 34-38
10-05 *at Montana
L 27-55
10-12 *at So. Utah
L 7-17
10-26 *North Dakota
W 14-10
11-02 *Weber State
W 45-24
11-09 *at Idaho State W 38-31
11-16 *Sacramento St. L 42-43
11-23 *at E. WashingtonL 41-42
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2014 Schedule
Date Opponent
Time (MT)
08-30 at Oregon State 2:00 pm
09-06 Western Oregon 8:30 pm
09-13 at Washington St. 6:00 pm
09-20 at Cal Poly
7:00 pm
10-04 *UC Davis
5:30 pm
10-11 *at North Dakota 12:30 pm
10-18 *Northern Arizona 5:00 pm
10-25 *at Weber State 1:00 pm
11-01 *Idaho State
TBA
11-08 *at Montana State1:30 pm
11-15 *at Sac State
TBA
11-21 *E. Washington 8:30 pm
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NORTHERN ARIZONA
LUMBERJACKS
UNIVERSITY OF
NORTH DAKOTA
Nov. 1 • 1:00 p.m.
Stewart Stadium • Ogden, Utah
Nov. 8 • 11:00 a.m. (MDT)
Alerus Center • Grand Forks, N.D.
Jerome Sauers
GENERAL INFORMATION
Austin Hasquet
Location.................................................................... Flagstaff, Ariz.
Enrollement..........................................................................26,002
Colors.......................................................................Blue and Gold
Conference..........................................................................Big Sky
Stadium (Capacity).............................. Walkup Skydome (10,000)
Playing Surface...................................................... Grass field turf
President................................................................. Dr. Rita Cheng
Athletic Director.................................................. Dr. Lisa Campos
FOOTBALL INFORMATION
Bubba Schweigert
Brandon Anderson
GENERAL INFORMATION
Location..............................................................Grand Forks, N.D.
Enrollement..........................................................................14,326
Colors..........................................................Kelly Green and White
Conference..........................................................................Big Sky
Stadium (Capacity).................................... Alerus Center (12,283)
Playing Surface.................................................. AstroTurf - Magic
President..............................................................Dr. Robert Kelley
Athletic Director.........................................................Brian Faison
FOOTBALL INFORMATION
2013 record................................................................................9-3
2013 Conference record/finish........................................7-1 / 2nd
Head Coach............................................................ Jerome Sauers
Overall Record.................................................93-88 (16 seasons)
Record at Northern Arizona..................................................same
Lettermen Returning..................................................................34
Starters Returning (O/D/SP)..............................................8 / 3 / 3
Series history vs. Weber State.............. Weber State leads 26-22
2013 record................................................................................3-8
2013 Conference record/finish.......................................2-6 / 10th
Head Coach........................................................Bubba Schweigert
Overall Record...................................................21-20 (4 seasons)
Record at North Dakota.............................................. first season
Lettermen Returning..................................................................33
Starters Returning (O/D/SP)..............................................6 / 4 / 1
Series history vs. Weber State.................................. first meeting
MEDIA RELATIONS
Football Contact................................................Denise Thompson
Office phone........................................................... (928) 523-6792
Cell phone.............................................................. (512) 216-3440
Email....[email protected]nau.edu
Website.................................................................nauathletics.com
MEDIA RELATIONS
Football Contact.........................................................Ryan Powell
Office phone........................................................... (701) 777-2986
Cell phone.............................................................. (701) 213-5921
[email protected]athletics.und.edu
Website.................................................................... undsports.com
2013 Results (9-3)
Date Opponent
Result
08-30 at Arizona
L 0-35
09-14 at UC Davis
W 21-10
09-21 South Dakota
W 22-16
09-28*Montana
W 34-16
10-05 *at Montana St. L 7-36
10-12 *at Sac State
W 39-38
10-19 *Idaho State
W 39-30
10-26 *at Cal Poly
W 17-13
11-02 *North Dakota
W 48-27
11-16 *No. Colorado
W 24-7
11-23 *at Southern UtahW 20-10
11-30 South Dakota St. L 7-26
2014 Schedule
Date Opponent
Time (MT)
08-30 at San Diego St. TBA
09-06 at Abilene Christian TBA
09-13 NM Highlands
TBA
09-20 at South Dakota 1:00 pm
09-27 *Cal Poly
TBA
10-04 *at No. Colorado 1:30 pm
10-18 *at Portland State TBA
10-25 *E. Washington TBA
11-01 *at Weber State 1:00 pm
11-08 *UC Davis
TBA
11-15 *at North Dakota TBA
11-22 *Southern Utah TBA
2013 Results (3-8)
Date Opponent
09-29Valparaiso
09-07 San Diego St.
09-14Montana
09-28 *Montana State
10-05 *at Idaho State
10-12 *E. Washington
10-19 *Sacramento St.
10-26 *at Portland St.
11-02 *at No. Arizona
11-09 *No. Colorado
11-16 *at UC Davis
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Result
W 69-10
L 28-35
L 17-55
L 20-63
W 28-25
L 14-35
L 7-31
L 10-14
L 27-48
W 24-21
L 18-34
2014 Schedule
Date Opponent
Time (MT)
08-28 at San Jose St. 8:00 pm
09-06 Robert Morris
5:00 pm
09-13 at Missouri St.
5:00 pm
09-20 Stony Brook
5:00 pm
09-27 *at Montana St. TBA
10-04 *Montana
12:30 pm
10-11 *Portland State 12:30 pm
10-25 *at Southern Utah1:00 pm
11-01 *at E. WashingtonTBA
11-08 *Weber State
11:00 am
11-15 *Northern Arizona 11:00 am
11-22 *at No. Colorado 12:00 pm
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NORTHERN COLORADO
BEARS
IDAHO STATE
BENGALS
Nov. 15 • 1:00 p.m.
Stewart Stadium • Ogden, Utah
Nov. 22 • 2:30 p.m.
Holt Arena • Pocatello, Idaho
Earnest Collins, Jr.
GENERAL INFORMATION
Lexington Smith
Location.................................................................... Greeley, Colo.
Enrollement............................................................................ 9,110
Colors.......................................................................Blue and Gold
Conference..........................................................................Big Sky
Stadium (Capacity)................................. Nottingham Field (8,500)
Playing Surface........................................................Natural Grass
President.......................................................................Kay Norton
Athletic Director........................................................ Darren Dunn
FOOTBALL INFORMATION
Mike Kramer
GENERAL INFORMATION
Justin Arias
Location.................................................................Pocatello, Idaho
Enrollement..........................................................................14,489
Colors.................................................................Black and Orange
Conference..........................................................................Big Sky
Stadium (Capacity)..........................................Holt Arena (12,000)
Playing Surface............................................................. Helas Turf
President............................................................... Dr. Arthur Vailas
Athletic Director........................................................... Jeff Tingey
FOOTBALL INFORMATION
2013 record..............................................................................1-11
2013 Conference record/finish.......................................0-8 / 13th
Head Coach.......................................................Earnest Collins, Jr.
Overall Record...................................................14-40 (5 seasons)
Record at Northern Colorado.............................6-28 (3 seasons)
Lettermen Returning..................................................................30
Starters Returning (O/D/SP)..............................................4 / 7 / 2
Series history vs. Weber State.................. Weber State leads 6-1
2013 record................................................................................3-9
2013 Conference record/finish......................................1-7 / t11th
Head Coach................................................................ Mike Kramer
Overall Record...............................................83-103 (15 seasons)
Record at Idaho State.........................................6-28 (3 seasons)
Lettermen Returning..................................................................48
Starters Returning (O/D/SP)............................................10 / 9 / 2
Series history vs. Weber State.............. Weber State leads 39-14
MEDIA RELATIONS
Football Contact......................................................................TBA
Office phone........................................................... (970) 351-1065
Cell phone................................................................................TBA
Email.........................................................................................TBA
Website..................................................................... uncbears.com
MEDIA RELATIONS
Football Contact.....................................................Steve Schaack
Office phone........................................................... (208) 282-2621
Cell phone.............................................................. (208) 406-3570
Email.................................................................. [email protected]
Website...................................................................isubengals.com
2013 Results (1-11)
Date Opponent
Result
08-31Langston
W 31-10
09-07CSU-Pueblo
L 36-41
09-14 at Wyoming
L 7-35
09-21 Northern Iowa
L 7-26
09-28 *Southern Utah L 21-27
10-05 *at Sac State
L 21-37
10-12 *at Idaho State L 26-40
10-19 *UC Davis
L 18-34
11-02 *Montana State L 28-35
11-09
*at North
DakotaSTATE
L 21-24
2011
WEBER
11-16 *at No. Arizona L 7-24
11-23 *Cal Poly
L 14-42
7272
2014 Schedule
Date Opponent
Time (MT)
09-06 at UNLV
TBA
09-13 Houston Baptist 1:30 pm
09-20 at Northern Iowa TBA
09-27 *at Montana
1:00 pm
10-04 *No. Arizona
1:30 pm
10-11 *Sacramento St. 1:30 pm
10-18 *at E. WashingtonTBA
10-25 *Idaho State
1:30 pm
11-01 *at UC Davis
TBA
11-15 *at Weber State 1:00 pm
FOOTBALL
11-22 *North Dakota
12:00 pm
2013 Results (3-9)
Date Opponent
Result
09-07 Dixie State
W 40-14
09-14 Western State
W 29-3
09-21 at Washington
L 0-56
09-28 *at UC Davis
L 13-30
10-05 *North Dakota
L 25-28
10-12 *No. Colorado
W 40-26
10-19 *at No. Arizona L 30-39
10-26 *at Southern UtahL 9-19
11-02 *E. Washington L 34-55
11-09 *Portland State L 31-38
11-16 at BYU
L 13-59
11-23 *at Weber State L 7-32
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Date Opponent
Time (MT)
08-28 at Utah
5:30 pm
09-06 at Utah State
6:00 pm
09-13 Chadron State
2:30 pm
09-27 *Sacramento St. 2:00 pm
10-04 *at E. WashingtonTBA
10-11 Simon Fraser
2:30 pm
10-18 *Southern Utah 2:30 pm
10-25 *at No. Colorado 1:30 pm
11-01 *at Portland St. TBA
11-08 *Cal Poly
2:30 pm
11-15 *at Montana St. TBA
11-22 *Weber State
2:30 pm
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RESULTS
YEAR
HEAD COACH
RECORD
BIG SKY
1962
Wally Nalder
5-4
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1963
Wally Nalder
6-3
1-2
1964
Wally Nalder
2-6
0-3
1965
Sark Arslanian
8-1
3-1
1966
Sark Arslanian
6-3
2-2
1967
Sark Arslanian
6-4
2-2
1968
Sark Arslanian
7-2
3-1
1969
Sark Arslanian 6-4
3-1
1970
Sark Arslanian
5-5-1
3-3
1971
Sark Arslanian
7-2-1
3-2-1
1972
Sark Arslanian
5-5
2-4
1973
Dick Gwin
3-8
2-4
1974
Dick Gwin
4-7
1-5
1975
Dick Gwin
1-9-1
1-4-1
1976
Dick Gwin
2-9
1-5
1977
Pete Riehlman
4-6
2-4
1978
Pete Riehlman
4-7
2-4
1979 Pete Riehlman
3-8
3-4
1980
Pete Riehlman
4-7
4-4
1981
Mike Price
7-4
4-3
1982
Mike Price
4-7
2-5
1983
Mike Price
6-5
3-4
1984
Mike Price
5-6
3-4
1985
Mike Price
6-5
4-3
1986
Mike Price
3-8
2-5
1987
Mike Price
10-3
7-1
1988
Mike Price
5-6
4-4
1989
Dave Arslanian
3-8
1-7
1990
Dave Arslanian
5-6
3-5
1991
Dave Arslanian
8-4
6-2
1992
Dave Arslanian
6-5
4-3
1993
Dave Arslanian
7-4
3-4
1994
Dave Arslanian
5-6
2-5
1995
Dave Arslanian
6-5
4-3
1996
Dave Arslanian
7-4
5-3
1997
Dave Arslanian
6-5
4-4
1998
Jerry Graybeal
6-5
4-4
1999
Jerry Graybeal
3-8
3-5
2000
Jerry Graybeal
7-4
5-3
2001
Jerry Graybeal
3-8
2-5
2002
Jerry Graybeal
3-8
1-6
2003
Jerry Graybeal
8-4
4-3
2004
Jerry Graybeal
1-10
1-6
2005
Ron McBride
6-5
4-3
2006
Ron McBride
4-7
3-5
2007
Ron McBride
5-6
4-4
2008
Ron McBride
10-4
7-1
2009
Ron McBride
7-5
6-2
2010
Ron McBride
6-5
5-3
2011
Ron McBride
5-6
5-3
2012
Jody Sears
2-9
2-6
2011 WEBER
STATE FOOTBALL
2013
Jody Sears
2-10
1-7
Total
52 seasons
266-294-3 (.475) 156-187-2 (.455)
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t1st
3rd
t2nd
t1st
2nd
3rd
4th
6th
t4th
7th
6th
6th
t4th
t5th
t3rd
t4th
t4th
t4th
t5th
6th
4th
t6th
t1st
t4th
9th
t5th
t2nd
t3rd
t5th
t6th
t2nd
t3rd
t4th
t4th
t5th
t2nd
6th
8th
t4th
8th
t4th
t6th
t4th
t1st
t2nd
t3rd
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WALLY NALDER
1962-64 (3 seasons)
Overall: 13-13
Big Sky: 1-5
SARK ARSLANIAN
1965-72 (8 seasons)
Overall: 50-26-2
Big Sky: 21-16-1
JERRY GRAYBEAL
1998-04 (7 seasons)
Overall: 32-46
Big Sky: 20-32
RON MCBRIDE
2005-11 (7 seasons)
Overall: 43-38
Big Sky: 34-21
DICK GWINN
1973-76 (4 seasons)
Overall: 10-33
Big Sky: 5-14-1
JOHN L. SMITH
2011-12
Overall: 0-0
Big Sky: 0-0
PETE RIEHLMAN
1976-80 (4 seasons)
Overall: 15-28
Big Sky: 11-16
MIKE PRICE
1981-88 (8 seasons)
Overall: 46-44
Big Sky: 29-29
DAVE ARSLANIAN
JODY SEARS
2012-13 (2 seasons)
Overall: 4-19
Big Sky: 3-13
JAY HILL
2014-pres.
Overall: 0-0
Big Sky: 0-0
1989-97 (9 seasons)
Overall: 53-47
Big Sky: 34-36
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FCS PLAYOFF
HISTORY
ALL - TIME WEBER STATE COACHING RECORDS
YEARS
COACH
1962-64
Wally Nalder
1965-72
Sark Arslanian
1973-76
Dick Gwinn
1977-80
Pete Riehlman
1981-88
Mike Price
1989-97
Dave Arslanian
1998-04
Jerry Graybeal
2005-11
Ron McBride
2012-13
Jody Sears
2014
Jay Hill
TOTALS
SEASONS
3
8
4
4
8
9
7
7
2
GAMES
26
78
44
43
90
100
78
81
123
52
563
W
13
50
10
15
46
53
32
43
4
L
13
26
33
28
44
47
46
38
19
T
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
.PCT
.500
.641
.227
.349
.511
.530
.410
.531
.174
TITLES
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
266
294
3
.475
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WEBER STATE FCS PLAYOF HISTORY
Date
11/28/1987
12/05/1987
Round
First Round
Second Round
Opponent
at Idaho
at Marshall
Result
W 59-30
L 23-51
11/30/1991
First Round
at Northern Iowa
L 21-38
11/29/2008
12/06/2008
First Round
Second Round
at #3 Cal Poly
at #5 Montana
W 49-35
L 13-24
11/28/2009
First Round
at William & Mary
L 0-38
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GAME RESULTS
WALLY NALDER
13-13 / 1-5 BSC
3 seasons
1962
1965
Overall: 5-4
Independent
DateOpponent
09-22 at Western State
09-29 Eastern Montana
10-06 Oregon Tech
10-13 at Montana
10-20 Idaho State
10-27 College of Idaho
11-03 at Eastern Oregon
11-10 Western Montana
11-17 at Southern Oregon
SARK ARSLANIAN
50-26-2 / 21-16-1 BSC
8 seasons
Overall: 8-1
Big Sky: 3-1, t1st
Result
L 6-26
W 33-6
W 29-13
L 6-25
L 20-42
W 27-14
W 34-0
W 28-0
L 7-26
1963
Overall: 6-3
Big Sky: 1-2, 4th
DateOpponent
Result
09-14 at Eastern Montana
W 13-7
09-21 Southern Oregon
W 40-32
09-28 at Oregon Tech
W 29-7
10-05 at Southern Colorado
W 28-14
10-12 * Montana State (HC) (Og. Std.)L8-26
10-26 Eastern Oregon
W 48-7
11-02*Montana (Ogden Stadium)
W19-13
11-09 * at Idaho State
L 26-36
11-16 Western State
L 6-19
DateOpponent
09-18 Northern Arizona
09-25 at Eastern Montana
10-02 * Montana State
10-09*Montana
10-16 Whitworth College (HC)
10-23 * at Idaho State
10-30 at Western State
11-06*Idaho
11-13 * Portland State
Result
W 21-14
W 42-7
W 19-16
L 14-15
W 44-13
W 28-17
W 14-7
W 14-7
W 74-6
1966
Overall: 6-3
Big Sky: 2-2, 3rd
DateOpponent
09-17 at Northern Arizona
09-24 Cal State-San Diego
10-01 Cal State-Los Angeles
10-08 * at Montana
10-22 * at Montana State
10-29 * Idaho State
11-05 Western State
11-12 at Portland State
11-19 * at Idaho
Result
W 32-14
L 34-38
W 70-7
W 28-0
L 36-45
W 16-7
W 42-7
W 51-6
L 12-42
Overall: 2-6
Big Sky: 0-3, 4th
DateOpponent
Result
09-19 at Northern Arizona
L 6-41
09-26 Eastern Montana
W 20-0
10-03 Southern Colorado
W 19-14
10-17 * at Montana
L 12-20
10-24 * Idaho State (Ogden Stadium) L0-31
10-31 Western State
L 0-7
11-14 * Montana State (Ogden Stadium)L 0-24
11-21 at Portland State
L 10-18
Result
W 29-28
L 12-58
L 12-13
W 13-3
L 14-31
L 6-21
W 19-0
W 28-17
W 40-21
W 20-0
1968
1970
Overall: 5-5-1
Big Sky: 3-3, 3rd
DateOpponent
09-12 Wisconsin-Oshkosh
09-19 Drake
09-26 Parsons College
10-03 * at Montana
10-10 at Portland State
10-17 * Montana State
10-24 * Idaho State
10-31 * at Northern Arizona
11-07 * at Idaho (Pullman, WA)
11-14 * at Boise State
11-21 South Dakota
Result
W 60-0
L 19-36
W 28-3
L 29-38
L 14-46
W 56-13
L 14-30
W 38-6
L 17-27
W 41-7
T 21-21
DateOpponent
09-18 North Texas State
09-25 * Northern Arizona
10-02 * Boise State
10-09 Portland State
10-16 * at Montana State
10-23 at UNLV
10-30*Montana
11-06*Idaho
11-20 * at Idaho State
11-27 at Cal State Northridge
Result
W 20-0
W 23-7
W 20-7
W 54-26
T 21-21
W 30-17
L 13-14
L 20-24
W 28-21
W 44-7
1972
Overall: 7-2
Big Sky: 3-1, t1st
DateOpponent
09-14 at South Dakota State
09-28 at Northern Arizona
10-05 Boise State
10-12 at Portland State
10-19 * Montana State
10-26 * Idaho State
11-02 * at Idaho
11-09 * at Montana
11-16 Cal State Northridge
Result
W 28-13
W 52-6
L 23-24
L 17-20
L 13-35
W 53-3
W 28-25
L 19-21
W 28-7
W 16-6
Overall: 7-2-1
Big Sky: 3-2-1, 4th
Overall: 6-4
Big Sky: 2-2, t2nd
DateOpponent
09-16 Northern Arizona
09-23 at Cal State-San Diego
09-30*Montana
10-07 Cal State-Los Angeles
10-14 Parsons College
10-21 * at Montana State
10-28 * at Idaho State
11-04 * Idaho (HC)
11-11 Portland State
11-18 at Western State
DateOpponent
09-13 South Dakota State
09-20 Eastern Washington
09-27 Northern Michigan
10-04*Montana
10-11 at North Texas State
10-18 * at Montana State
10-25 * at Idaho State
11-01 Northern Arizona
11-08*Idaho
11-15 at Parsons College
1971
1967
1964
1969
Overall: 6-4
Big Sky: 3-1, 2nd
Overall: 5-5
Big Sky: 2-4, 6th
Result
W 27-12
W 21-14
W 44-3
W 28-12
W 20-14
W 23-16
L 42-50
W 20-16
L 18-29
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09-23*Idaho
09-30 * at Boise State
10-07 * at Montana
10-14 * Montana State
10-21 * at Northern Arizona
10-28 UNLV
11-04 * Idaho State
11-11 Northern Michigan
11-18 at New Mexico Highlands
11-23 at Utah State
Result
W 26-10
L 16-49
L 7-12
L 3-9
W 28-7
W 30-0
L 7-49
W 30-18
W 2-0 (f)
L 16-20
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GAME RESULTS
DICK GWINN
10-33 / 5-14-1 BSC
4 seasons
1973
Overall: 3-8
Big Sky: 2-4, t4th
DateOpponent
09-15 Utah State
09-22 * Northern Arizona
09-29 * Cal State Fullerton
10-06 * Boise State
10-13 * at Montana State
10-20 * at Idaho
10-27 * at Idaho State
11-03 at Southern Mississippi
11-10 * Montana (HC)
11-17 at Brigham Young
11-22 at Eastern Michigan
Result
L 3-10
W 25-13
W 16-14
L 7-34
L 0-33
L 13-17
W 38-23
L 7-28
L 0-10
L 14-45
L 7-44
1976
DateOpponent
09-11 at Cal State Long Beach
09-18 at Western Illinois
09-25 UNLV
10-02 * at Montana
10-09 * Montana State
10-16 * at Idaho
10-23 * Idaho State (HC)
11-06 at Utah State
11-13 South Dakota State
11-20 * at Northern Arizona
11-27 * at Boise State
Result
L 7-19
L 19-21
L 16-33
L 25-28
L 0-44
L 17-45
W 34-7
L 10-36
W 52-19
L 18-30
L 31-56
PETE RIEHLMAN
15-28 / 11-16 BSC
4 seasons
1974
Overall: 4-6
Big Sky: 2-4, t4th
Result
L 10-28
W 28-0
W 31-21
L 13-24
W 28-10
L 20-21
L 8-10
L 14-42
L 13-38
W 21-14
L 7-20
DateOpponent
9-10 * Boise State
9-17 Portland State
9-24 * Northern Arizona
10-01 * vs. @ Montana
10-08 * vs. @ Montana State
10-15 vs. @ UNLV
10-22 Bemidji State
10-29*Idaho
11-05 Utah State
11-12 * vs. @ Idaho State
Result
L 9-19
W 40-22
L 10-36
W 31-23
L 24-27
L 13-26
W 31-28
W 30-27
L 14-23
L 18-21
1978
Overall: 4-7
Big Sky: 2-4, t5th
1975
Overall: 1-9-1
Big Sky: 1-4-1, 6th
DateOpponent
09-13 Southern Mississippi
09-20 Western Illinois
09-27 * Boise State
10-04*Montana
10-11 * at Montana State
10-18 Utah State
10-25 * at Idaho State
11-01 at Cal State Northridge
11-08*Idaho
11-15 at UNLV
11-22 * Northern Arizona
Overall: 3-8
Big Sky: 3-4, t3rd
1977
Overall: 4-7
Big Sky: 1-5, 7th
DateOpponent
09-14 UNLV
09-21 Cal State Northridge
09-28 at Cal State Fullerton
10-05 * at Montana
10-12 * Montana State
10-19 * at Northern Arizona
10-26 * Idaho State
11-02 * at Boise State
11-09 * at Idaho
11-16 Eastern Michigan
11-23 at Utah State
1979
Overall: 2-9
Big Sky: 1-5, 6th
Result
L 10-14
L 10-19
L 13-28
L 12-48
L 14-31
L 7-30
L 3-20
L 10-17
T 40-40
L 14-38
W 19-8
DateOpponent
09-09 North Dakota State
09-16 at Cal State Fresno
09-23 Northern Iowa
09-30*Montana
10-07 * Montana State
10-14 at Utah
10-21 * at Boise State
10-28 * at Idaho
11-04 * Idaho State
11-11 at Utah State
11-18 * at Northern Arizona
Result
L 28-49
L 14-55
W 35-9
L 7-27
L 14-21
L 7-30
L 13-14
W 51-6
W 34-12
W 44-25
L 0-10
DateOpponent
09-08 at North Dakota State
09-15 at Brigham Young
09-22 Portland State
09-29 * at Montana
10-06 * at Montana State
10-13 * Northern Arizona
10-20 * at Nevada
10-27 * Boise State
11-03 * at Idaho State
11-10*Idaho
11-17 Utah State
Result
L 10-11
L 3-48
L 13-16
L 16-23
L 21-40
W 34-10
L 3-22
L 7-23
W 14-10
W 12-7
L 10-34
1980
Overall: 4-7
Big Sky: 4-4, t4th
DateOpponent
09-13 at Northern Iowa
09-20 * Idaho State
09-27*Nevada
10-04 * Montana State
10-11*Montana
10-18 * at Northern Arizona
10-25 * at Boise State
11-01 * at Idaho
11-08 Utah State (HC)
11-15 * at Idaho State
11-22 at Portland State
Result
L 10-31
W 21-17
W 10-0
W 12-7
W 38-21
L 7-32
L 0-24
L 6-31
L 13-50
L 5-46
L 0-75
MIKE PRICE
46-44 / 29-29 BSC
8 seasons
1981
Overall: 7-4
Big Sky: 4-3, t4th
DateOpponent
09-12*Idaho
09-19 at Utah State
09-26 Portland State
10-03 * at Montana State
10-10 Puget Sound
10-19 * at Nevada
10-24 * Boise State (HC)
10-31 * Northern Arizona
11-07 Augustana (S.D.)
11-14 * at Montana
11-21 * at Idaho State
Result
W 42-21
L 18-31
W 31-16
W 28-20
W 31-10
L 14-28
L 19-33
W 24-23(ot)
W 27-7
W 7-6
L 30-33(3ot)
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1982
1985
Overall: 4-7
Big Sky: 2-5, 7th
DateOpponent
09-11 Eastern Washington
09-18 at Utah State
09-25 at Fresno State
10-02 * at Idaho
10-09 * Montana State
10-16 at Portland State
10-23 * at Boise State
10-30 * Idaho State (HC)
11-06*Nevada
11-13*Montana
11-20 * at Northern Arizona
Result
W 27-24
L 10-31
L 9-25
L 34-35
L 20-23
W 20-6
L 21-41
W 26-7
W 46-43(3ot)
L 20-42
L 28-35
1983
Result
W 62-20
L 19-31
W 45-24
W 50-36
L 28-31
L 12-47
L 21-24
W 57-29
W 37-10
W 46-45
L 34-36
Result
W 33-21
W 26-13
W 21-17
W 23-20
L 26-28
W 28-10
L 3-41
L 27-38
W 37-13
L 32-38
L 34-40
1984
DateOpponent
09-13 Adams State
09-20 * at Northern Arizona
09-27 at Portland State
10-04*Nevada
10-11 * Montana State (HC)
10-18 * at Boise State
10-25 * Idaho State
11-01 at Eastern Washington
11-08*Montana
11-15 * at Idaho
11-22 at Nicholls State
Result
W 55-21
L 24-45
L 22-27
L 24-38
W 24-3
L 13-23
W 63-33
L 31-41
L 29-55
L 17-31
L 30-34
1987
Overall: 10-3
Big Sky: 7-1, t1st
Result
L 16-52
W 44-0
L 21-42
L 24-27
W 47-14
L 0-48
W 40-37
W 29-10
L 21-35
L 22-26
W 23-21
DateOpponent
09-05 Western State
09-12 at Cal State Long Beach
09-19 Southern Utah State
09-26 * Boise State
10-10 * Northern Arizona
10-17 * at Montana State
10-24 * at Montana
10-31*Idaho
11-07 Eastern Washington
11-14 * at Nevada
11-21 * at Idaho State
11-28 # at Idaho
12-05 # at Marshall
DateOpponent
09-10 at UTEP
09-17 Nicholls State
09-24 Southern Utah State
10-01 * at Boise State
10-08 * Idaho State
10-15*Nevada
10-22 * at Idaho
10-29*Montana
11-05 * at Eastern Washington
11-12 * Montana State
11-19 * at Northern Arizona
Result
L 21-48
L 23-28
W 49-30
L 27-31
W 34-13
W 37-31
L 24-27
L 14-41
W 51-30
W 59-35
L 21-27
DAVE ARSLANIAN
53-47 / 34-36 BSC
9 seasons
Overall: 3-8
Big Sky: 2-5, t6th
Overall: 5-6
Big Sky: 3-4, 6th
DateOpponent
09-01 at Utah
09-08 Fort Lewis
09-15 * at Northern Arizona
09-22 at Portland State
09-29*Montana
10-06 * Montana State
10-13 * at Idaho
10-20 Southern Utah State
10-27 * Nevada (HC)
11-03 * Idaho State
11-10 * at Boise State
DateOpponent
09-07 Southern Utah State
09-14 Eastern Washington
09-21 Portland State
10-05 * at Montana State
10-12 * Idaho (HC) 10-19 * at Nevada
10-26 * Boise State
11-02 * at Montana
11-09 * Northern Arizona
11-16 * at Idaho State
11-23 at Pacific
Overall: 5-6
Big Sky: 4-4, t4th
1986
Overall: 6-5
Big Sky: 3-4, t5th
DateOpponent
09-03 Southwest State (Minn.)
09-17 * Northern Arizona
09-24 at Eastern Washington
10-01 * at Montana State
10-08 * at Montana
10-15 * Idaho (HC)
10-22 * at Nevada
10-29 * Boise State
11-05 Portland State
11-12 * at Idaho State
11-19 at UTEP
1988
Overall: 6-5
Big Sky: 4-3, 4th
Result
W 40-10
L 7-30
W 36-26
W 55-44
W 30-17
W 35-32
W 29-26
L 38-41
W 46-23
W 38-15
W 53-37
W 59-30
L 23-51
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1989
Overall: 3-8
Big Sky: 1-7, 9th
DateOpponent
09-09 at UNLV
09-16 * Northern Arizona
09-23*Idaho
09-30 * Boise State
10-07 * at Montana
10-14 Southern Utah State
10-21 * at Nevada
10-28 * at Montana State
11-04 * Eastern Washington
11-11 Southwest State
11-18 * at Idaho State
Result
L 12-16
L 17-20
L 33-46
L 24-41
L 6-31
W 42-7
L 15-47
L 27-31
L 10-27
W 55-0
W 45-35
1990
Overall: 5-6
Big Sky: 3-5, t5th
DateOpponent
09-01 at Southern Utah State
09-08 * at Boise State
09-15 * Idaho State
09-22 * at Idaho
09-29 * Montana State
10-06 * at Eastern Washington
10-13*Montana
10-20 at Wyoming
10-27*Nevada
11-10 * at Northern Arizona
11-17 at McNeese State
Result
W 37-21
L 14-24
W 45-38(2ot)
L 27-37
W 32-20
W 36-34
L 37-39
L 12-21
L 7-28
L 35-38
W 27-7
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GAME RESULTS
1991
1995
Overall: 8-4
Big Sky: 6-2, t2nd
DateOpponent
08-31 at Air Force
09-07 Southern Utah
09-14 * Northern Arizona
09-28 * Eastern Washington
10-05 * at Montana State
10-12 * Idaho 10-19 * at Montana
11-02 * at Nevada
11-09 * New Mexico Highlands
11-16 * Boise State
11-23 * at Idaho State
11-30 # at Northern Iowa
Overall: 6-5
Big Sky: 4-3, t2nd
Result
L 31-48
W 33-14
W 43-38
W 63-59
W 36-25
W 45-17
L 38-47
L 49-55
W 62-7
W 35-32
W 60-41
L 21-38
DateOpponent
08-31 at Western Michigan
09-09 at Central Michigan
09-16 Saint Mary’s
09-23 Cal Poly
09-30 * Eastern Washington
10-07 * at Montana
10-14 * Boise State (HC)
10-21 * at Montana State
10-28*Idaho
11-11 * Northern Arizona
11-18 * at Idaho State
Result
L 21-28
L 31-39
W 49-14
W 53-43
W 40-30
L 22-49
L 14-40
W 14-7
W 25-19
W 20-14
L 25-35
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1992
1996
Overall: 6-5
Big Sky: 4-3, t3rd
DateOpponent
09-05 at New Mexico State
09-12 Southern Utah
09-19 * at Idaho
09-26 * Montana State
10-03 * at Eastern Washington
10-10*Montana
10-17 * at Boise State
10-24 * Idaho State
10-31 at Nevada
11-07 * at Northern Arizona
11-21 McNeese State
1993
Overall: 7-4
Big Sky: 5-3, t3rd
Result
L 21-37
W 35-24
L 24-52
W 47-19
L 14-32
W 24-7
L 24-24
W 27-11
W 23-21
W 25-19
L 22-23
DateOpponent
09-07 * Eastern Washington
09-14 Western State
09-21 at Cal Poly
09-28 at Toledo
10-05 * at Northern Arizona
10-12 * Cal State Northridge
10-19 * at Portland State
11-02 * Montana State
11-09 * at Sacramento State
11-16*Montana
11-23 * at Idaho State
Overall: 7-4
Big Sky: 3-4, t5th
DateOpponent
09-04 Sonoma State
09-11 Cal State Northridge
09-18*Idaho
09-25 * at Montana State
10-02 * Eastern Washington
10-09 * at Montana
10-16 * Boise State
10-23 * at Nevada
10-30 Southern Utah
11-06 * Northern Arizona
11-13 * at Idaho State
1994
Overall: 5-6
Big Sky: 2-5, t6th
DateOpponent
09-03 Western Montana
09-10 Montana Tech
09-17 * Montana State
09-24 * at Eastern Washington
10-01 at Northeast Louisiana
10-08 * at Boise State
10-15 at Southern Utah
10-22 * Montana (HC)
2011
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11-05 * Idaho State
11-12 * at Idaho
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Result
W 40-28
W 27-12
L 0-56
L 10-14
L 22-36
L 17-45
W 21-14
W 47-30
W 43-39
W 67-28
W 21-17
Result
W 22-20
W 36-3
W 30-20
L 24-31
L 45-59
L 28-35
W 35-10
W 17-7
W 41-31
L 10-24
W 37-22
1997
Overall: 6-5
Big Sky: 4-4, t4th
DateOpponent
09-06 Western State
09-13 Southern Utah
09-20 at Boise State
09-27 * at Eastern Washington
10-04 * Northern Arizona
10-11 * at Cal State Northridge
10-18 * Portland State (HC)
11-01 * at Montana State
11-08 * Sacramento State
11-15 * at Montana
11-22 * Idaho State
JERRY GRAYBEAL
32-46 / 20-32 BSC
7 seasons
1998
Overall: 6-5
Big Sky: 4-4, t4th
DateOpponent
09-03 Montana Tech
09-12 Humboldt State
09-19 * at Idaho State
09-26 * No. 11 Montana
10-03 * at Sacramento State
10-10 * Montana State
10-17 at Boise State
10-24 * at Portland State
10-31 * Cal State Northridge
11-07 * at Northern Arizona
11-14 * Eastern Washington
Result
W 38-7
W 41-12
W 6-3
W 27-20
W 27-14
L 7-10
L 13-24
L 27-34
L 10-26
L 17-20
W 27-23
1999
Overall: 3-8
Big Sky: 3-5, t5th
DateOpponent
09-02 Western State
09-11 at Wyoming
09-18 * Idaho State
09-25 * at No. 2 Montana
10-02 * No. 24 Sacramento State
10-09 * at Montana State
10-16 Southern Utah (HC)
10-23 * Portland State
10-30 * at Cal State Northridge
11-06 * Northern Arizona
11-13 * at Eastern Washington
Result
W 33-3
L 16-41
W 27-24
L 22-81
W 52-49
L 6-29
L 7-39
L 14-31
L 28-30
L (f) 19-36
L 27-30
(f) awarded victory over NAU for use of an ineligible player.
Result
W 29-13
W 33-32
L 7-24
L 11-35
W 36-23
L 20-30
W 16-7
L 14-28
W 52-14
L 13-38
W 26-7
Result
W 30-12
W 47-7
W 41-13
L 6-24
L 37-62
L 17-24
W 20-14
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L 30-79
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2000
Overall: 7-4
Big Sky: 5-3, t2nd
DateOpponent
08-31 Western State
09-09 at Toledo
09-16 * at Montana State
09-23 * Eastern Washington
09-30 * at Sacramento State
10-05 * Cal State Northridge
10-14 * at Northern Arizona
10-21 * No. 2 Portland State
10-28 * at Idaho State
11-04 Western New Mexico
11-11*Montana
Result
W 44-13
L 0-51
W 28-7
L 24-27(ot)
L 7-35
W 31-14
W 12-10
W 41-9
W 16-13
W 41-10
L 28-30
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GAME RESULTS
2001
Overall: 3-8
Big Sky: 2-5, 6th
DateOpponent
09-01 at Southern Utah
09-08 * Montana State
09-22 * at Eastern Washington
09-29 * Sacramento State
10-06 at Arkansas
10-13 * No. 22 Northern Arizona
10-20 * at Portland State
10-27 * Idaho State
11-03 Cal Poly
11-10 * at No. 1 Montana
11-17 at Utah State
Result
L 21-28
L 17-32
L 26-50
W 38-31
L 19-42
L 32-42
L 43-65
W 42-17
W 43-40(4ot)
L 23-38
L 43-56
2002
Overall: 3-8
Big Sky: 1-6, 8th
DateOpponent
08-31 at New Mexico
09-14 Western State
09-21 Eastern Oregon
10-05 * at Northern Arizona
10-12 * No. 1 Montana
10-19 * at Montana State
10-26 * at Idaho State
11-02 * Eastern Washington
11-09 * Portland State
11-16 * at Sacramento State
11-23 at Cal Poly
Result
L 24-38
W 44-0
W 56-7
L 21-26
L 7-39
L 10-44
L 0-34
L 20-38
W 20-14
L 38-41
L 26-28
2003
Overall: 8-4
Big Sky: 4-3, t4th
DateOpponent
08-30 Western State
09-06 Southern Utah
09-13 at Colorado State
09-20 Montana Tech
09-27 * at No. 17 E. Washington
10-04 * Northern Arizona
10-11 * at Montana
10-18 * Montana State
10-25 * Idaho State
11-08 * at Portland State
11-15 * Sacramento State
11-22 at Saint Mary’s Result
W 38-13
W 13-3
L 7-31
W 49-14
W 35-23
L 29-48
L 7-12
L 3-26
W 38-21
W 45-21
W 26-14
W 35-15
2004
Overall: 1-10
Big Sky: 1-6, 8th
DateOpponent
09-04 Southern Utah
09-11 at UTEP
09-18 UC Davis
09-25 * at No. 21 Northern Arizona
10-02*Montana
10-09 * at Montana State
10-16 * at Sacramento State
10-23 * Eastern Washington (HC)
10-30 * at Idaho State
11-06 North Dakota State
11-13 * Portland State
Result
L 31-34
L 0-32
L 29-31
L 27-55
L 21-42
L 17-20
L 12-31
L 7-51
W 26-14
L 17-31
L 15-34
RON MCBRIDE
43-38 / 34-21 BSC
7 seasons
2005
Overall: 6-5
Big Sky: 4-3, t4th
DateOpponent
09-03 Western State
09-10 at #24 Fresno State
09-17 at #13 North Dakota State
09-24 * Northern Arizona
10-01 * at Montana
10-08 * Montana State
10-15 * Sacramento State
10-22 * at #6 Eastern Washington
10-29 * Idaho State
11-12 * at Portland State
11-19 at Southern Utah
Result
W 61-0
L 17-55
L 0-41
W 31-23
L 19-24
L 24-27
W 26-14
W 28-23
W 30-21
L 14-39
W 27-10
2006
Result
L 6-30
L 0-17
W 24-13
L 10-20
W 26-21
L 21-24
L 30-33
L 18-24
W 19-14
L 17-42
W 30-27
# NCAA FCS Playoffs
Result
W 62-6
L 17-36
W 44-7
W 32-27
L 21-37
W 45-28
W 35-12
W 17-10
W 42-14
W 31-21
W 59-27
L 26-33
W 49-35
L 13-24
2009
DateOpponent
09-05 at Wyoming
09-12 at Colorado State
09-19 * Idaho State
09-26 * at Portland State
10-03 * Montana State
10-10 * at #14 Eastern Washington
10-17 * Sacramento State
10-24 * at Northern Colorado
10-31 * at Montana
11-14 * Northern Arizona
11-21 Cal Poly
11-28 # at William & Mary
# NCAA FCS Playoffs
Result
L 22-29
L 23-24
W 44-17
W 36-29
L 21-26
W 31-13
W 49-10
W 28-20
L 10-31
W 27-9
W 47-14
L 0-38
2010
Overall: 6-5
Big Sky: 5-3, t3rd
2007
Overall: 5-6
Big Sky: 4-4, t4th
DateOpponent
08-30 at Boise State
09-15 at #21 Cal Poly
09-22 * Montana State
09-29 * at Montana
10-06 * Sacramento State
10-13 * at Northern Colorado
10-20 * Northern Arizona
10-27 * at Portland State
11-03 * Idaho State
11-10 Fort Lewis
11-17 * at Eastern Washington
DateOpponent
08-28 Montana Western
09-06 at Hawaii
09-13 Dixie State (HC)
09-20 * at Sacramento State
09-27 at #17 Utah
10-04*Montana
10-11 * at Montana State
10-18 * Northern Colorado
10-25 * at #15 Northern Arizona
11-01 * Portland State
11-08 * at Idaho State
11-22 * Eastern Washington
11-29 # at #3 Cal Poly
12-06 # at #5 Montana
Overall: 7-5
Big Sky: 6-2, t2nd
Overall: 4-7
Big Sky: 3-5, t6th
DateOpponent
09-02 at Colorado State
09-09 Cal Poly
09-16 Southern Utah
09-23 * Portland State
09-28 * Northern Colorado
10-07 * at Sacramento State
10-21*Montana
10-28 * at #24 Montana State
11-04 * Eastern Washington
11-11 * at Northern Arizona
11-18 * at Idaho State
2008
Overall: 10-4
Big Sky: 7-1, t1st
Result
L 7-56
L 19-47
L 5-21
L 10-18
W 26-7
W 23-0
L 20-29
W 73-68
W 52-37
W 48-3
L 16-38
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09-04 at Boston College
09-11 * Northern Colorado
09-18 * at Sacramento State
09-25 UC Davis (HC)
10-02 * Eastern Washington
10-16 * at Idaho State
10-23 * Portland State
10-30*Montana
11-06 * at #12 Montana State
11-13 * at Northern Arizona
11-20 at Texas Tech
Result
L 20-38
W 50-47(4ot)
L 17-24
W 20-9
L 24-35
W 16-13
W 44-41
W 30-21
L 10-24
W 27-26
L 21-64
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GAME RESULTS
2011
Overall: 5-6
Big Sky: 5-3, t3rd
DateOpponent
09-03 at Wyoming
09-10 at Utah State
09-17 * #20 Sacramento State
09-24 * at Northern Colorado
10-01 * at Eastern Washington
10-15 * Idaho State
10-22 Southern Utah
10-29 * at #11 Montana
11-05 * #2 Montana State
11-12 * Northern Arizona
11-19 * at #25 Portland State
Result
L 32-35
L 17-54
W 49-17
W 45-21
L 21-27
W 39-12
L 28-35
L 10-45
L 24-44
W 34-31
W 48-33
JODY SEARS
4-19 / 3-13 BSC
2 seasons
2012
Overall: 2-9
Big Sky: 2-6, t11th
DateOpponent
09-01 at Fresno State
09-08 at BYU
09-15 #19 McNeese State
09-22 * #9 Eastern Washington
09-29 * at UC Davis
10-05 * #20 Cal Poly
10-13 * at Sacramento State
10-20 * at Southern Utah
11-03*Montana
11-10 * Northern Colorado
11-17 * at Idaho State
Result
L 10-37
L 13-45
L 21-35
L 26-32
L 13-37
L 23-45
L 14-19
W 24-22
L 21-24
L 34-42
W 40-14
2013
Overall: 2-10
Big Sky: 1-7, t11th
DateOpponent
08-31 Stephen F. Austin
09-07 at Utah 09-14 at Utah State
09-21 at #12 McNeese State
09-28 * Sacramento State
10-05 * at #6 Eastern Washington
10-12 * at Cal Poly
10-19 * #5 Montana State
11-02 * at Portland State
11-09 * Southern Utah
11-16 * at #7 Montana
11-23 * Idaho State
Result
W 50-40
L 7-70
L 6-70
L 6-43
L 3-31
L 19-41
L 0-47
L 16-34
L 24-45
L 21-27
L 6-42
W 32-7
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RECORD AGAINST
ALL-TIME OPPONENTS
Last
HOMECOMING GAME RESULTS
Opponents
Game Won
Lost
Tie
Adams State
1986
100
(23-29)
Air Force
1991
010
ARIZONA STATE
-----1962 - College of Idaho
27-14 W
Arkansas
2001
010
1963 - Montana State
8-26 L
Augustana (S.D.)
1981
100
Bemidji State
1977
100
1964 - Idaho State
0-31 L
Boise State
2007
7
23
0
1965
-
Whitworth
44-13
W
Boston College
2010
010
Brigham Young
2012
030
1966 - Idaho State
16-7 W
CAL POLY
2013
550
1967 - Idaho
28-17 W
Cal St.-Fullerton
1974
200
1968 - Idaho State
23-16 W
Cal St.-Long Beach
1987
0
2
0
Cal St.-Los Angeles 1967
200
1969 - Northern Arizona
21-19 L
Cal St. Northridge
2000
4
6
0
1970 - Montana State
56-13 W
Cal St.-San Diego
1967
0
2
0
Central Michigan
1995
010
1971-Montana
14-13 L
College of Idaho
1962
1
0
0
1972 - UNLV
30-0 W
Colorado State
2008
030
1973 - Montana
10-0 L
Dixie State
2008
100
Drake
1970
010
1974 - Idaho State
10-8 L
Eastern Michigan
1974
110
1975
-
Utah
State
30-7 L
Eastern Montana
1965
400
1976 - Idaho State
34-7 W
Eastern Oregon
2002
300
Eastern Washington
2013
14
18
0
1977 - Utah State
23-7 L
Fresno State
2012
040
1978 - Idaho State
34-12 W
Fort Lewis
2007
200
Hawaii
2008
010
1979 - Boise State
23-7 L
Humboldt State
1998
100
1980 - Utah State
50-13 L
Idaho
199513 19 1
1981 - Boise State
33-19 L
IDAHO STATE
2013
39
14
0
Marshall
1987
010
1982 - Idaho State
26-7 W
McNeese State
2013
130
1983 - Idaho
28-10 W
Montana
201313 40 0
MONTANA STATE
2013
21
28
1
1984-Nevada
35-21 L
Montana Tech
2003
300
1985 - Idaho
31-28 L
Montana Western
2008
300
1986 - Idaho State
63-33 W
Nevada
1993
690
New Mexico Highlands
1992
*2
0
0
1987-Idaho
41-38 L
New Mexico State
1992
0
1
0
1988 - Montana
41-14 L
Nicholls State
1988
020
1989 - Eastern Washington 27-20 L
Northeast Louisiana 1994
010
NORTHERN ARIZONA
2011
*26
22
0
1990 - Nevada
28-7 L
NORTHERN COLORADO
2012
610
1991
-
Idaho
45-17
W
Northern Iowa
1991
120
Northern Michigan
1972
110
1992 - Montana
24-7 W
NORTH DAKOTA
-----1993 - Boise State
21-14 W
NORTH DAKOTA STATE
2005
0
4
0
1994-Montana
35-20 L
North Texas
1971
110
Oregon Tech
1963
200
1995 - Boise State
41-14 L
Pacific
1985
0
1
0
1996 - Cal State Northridge 35-28 L
Parsons College (Iowa)
1970
2
1
0
PORTLAND STATE
2013
20
13
0
1997 - Portland State
16-7 W
Puget Sound
1981
100
1998 - Montana
27-20 W
SACRAMENTO STATE2013
1170
1999 - Southern Utah
39-7 L
Saint Mary’s
2003
200
Sonoma State
1993
100
2000 - Eastern Washington 27-24L(ot)
South Dakota
1970
001
2001 - Northern Arizona
32-42 L
South Dakota State
1976
3
0
0
2002 - Montana
7-39 L
Southwest State (Minn.)
1989
2
0
0
Southern Colorado
1964
200
2003 - Idaho State
38-21 W
Southern Mississippi 1975
020
2004 - Eastern Washington 7-51 L
Southern Oregon
1963
110
SOUTHERN UTAH
2013
1550
2005 - Sacramento State 26-14 W
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 2013
100
2006 - Portland State
10-20 L
Texas Tech
2010
010
2007 - Montana State
5-21 L
Toledo
2000
020
UC Davis
2012
120
2008 - Dixie State
44-7 W
UNLV
1989
250
2009 - Sacramento State 49-10 W
Utah
2013
040
Utah State
2013
1
13
02010 - UC Davis
20-9 W
UTEP
2004
030
2011 - Idaho State
39-12 W
Western Illinois
1976
020
2012 - Eastern Washington 26-32 L
Western Michigan
1995
010
Western New Mexico
2000
1
1
0
2013 - Sacramento State
3-31 L
Western State
2005
1130
Whitworth College
1965
100
William & Mary
2010
0
1
0
Wisconsin-Oshkosh 1970
100
Wyoming
2011
040
52-SEASON TOTAL
266
294
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SERIES HISTORY
VS. ALL OPPONENTS
ADAMS STATE
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
09-13-86..... Ogden................ W....55-21
AIR FORCE
Overall: 0-1
In Colorado Springs: 0-1
08-31-91..... Col. Springs....... L...... 31-48
ARKANSAS
Overall: 0-1
In Fayetteville: 0-1
10-06-01..... Fayetteville......... L......19-42
AUGUSTANA (S.D.)
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
11-07-81..... Ogden................ W....27-7
BEMIDJI STATE
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
10-22-77..... Ogden................ W....31-28
BOISE STATE
Overall: 7-23
In Ogden: 5-9
In Boise: 2-14
10-05-68..... Ogden................ W....44-3
11-14-70..... Boise................. W....41-7
10-02-71..... Ogden................ W....20-7
09-30-72..... Boise.................. L......16-49
10-06-73..... Ogden................ L......7-34
11-02-74..... Boise.................. L......14-42
09-27-75..... Ogden................ L......13-28
11-27-76..... Boise.................. L......31-56
09-10-77..... Ogden................ L......9-19
10-21-78..... Boise.................. L......13-14
10-27-79..... Ogden................ L......7-23
10-25-80..... Boise.................. L......0-24
10-24-81..... Ogden................ L......19-33
10-23-82..... Boise.................. L......21-41
10-29-83..... Ogden................ L......27-38
11-10-84..... Boise................. W....23-21
10-26-85..... Ogden................ L......21-24
10-18-86..... Boise.................. L......13-23
09-26-87..... Ogden................ W....55-44
10-01-88..... Boise.................. L......27-31
09-30-89..... Ogden................ L......24-41
09-08-90..... Boise.................. L......14-24
11-16-91..... Ogden................ W....35-32
10-17-92..... Boise.................. L......21-24
10-16-93..... Ogden................ W....21-14
10-08-94..... Boise.................. L......17-24
10-14-95..... Ogden................ L......14-40
09-20-97..... Boise.................. L......7-24
10-17-98..... Boise.................. L......13-24
08-30-07..... Boise.................. L......7-56
BOSTON COLLEGE
Overall: 0-1
In Boston: 0-1
09-04-10..... Boston................ L......20-38
BRIGHAM YOUNG
09-21-96..... San Luis Obispo.. W....30-20
11-03-01..... Ogden................ W...... 43-40(4ot)
11-23-02..... San Luis Obispo.L......26-28
09-09-06..... Ogden................ L......0-17
09-15-07..... San Luis Obispo.L......19-47
11-29-08..... San Luis Obispo.. W....49-35
11-21-09..... Ogden................. W....49-14
11-05-12..... Ogden................ L......23-45
10-12-13..... San Luis Obispo.. L......0-47
CAL STATE
FULLERTON
Overall: 2-0
In Ogden: 1-0
In Fullerton: 1-0
09-29-73..... Ogden................ W....16-14
09-28-74..... Fullerton............ W....31-21
CAL STATE LOS ANGELES
Overall: 2-0
In Ogden: 2-0
10-01-66..... Ogden................ W....70-7
10-07-67..... Ogden................ W....13-3
CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE
Overall: 4-6
In Ogden: 3-3
In Northridge: 1-3
11-16-68..... Ogden................ L......18-29
11-27-71..... Northridge......... W....44-7
09-21-74..... Ogden................ W....28-0
11-01-75..... Northridge.......... L......10-17
09-11-93..... Ogden................ W....27-12
10-12-96..... Ogden................ L......28-35
10-11-97..... Northridge.......... L......20-30
10-31-98..... Ogden................ L......10-26
10-30-99..... Northridge.......... L......28-30
10-05-00..... Ogden................ W....31-14
CAL STATE SAN DIEGO
Overall: 0-2
In Ogden: 0-1
In San Diego: 0-1
09-24-66..... Ogden................ L......34-36
09-23-67..... San Diego.......... L......12-58
CENTRAL MICHIGAN
Overall: 0-1
In Mt. Pleasant: 0-1
09-09-95..... Mount Pleasant.. L......31-39
COLLEGE OF IDAHO
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
10-27-62..... Ogden................ W....27-14
COLORADO STATE
Overall: 0-3
In Fort Collins: 0-3
09-13-03..... Fort Collins......... L......7-31
09-02-06..... Fort Collins......... L......6-30
09-12-09..... Fort Collins......... L......23-24
DIXIE STATE
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
09-13-08..... Ogden................ W..... 44-7
11-16-74..... Ogden................ W....21-14
EASTERN OREGON
Overall: 3-0
In Ogden: 2-0
In La Grande: 1-0
11-03-62..... La Grande......... W....34-0
10-26-63..... Ogden................ W....48-7
09-21-02..... Ogden................ W....56-7
EASTERN WASHINGTON
Overall: 14-18
In Ogden: 8-7
In Cheney: 5-9
09-20-69..... Ogden................ W....52-6
09-11-82..... Ogden................ W....27-24
09-24-83..... Cheney.............. W....21-17
09-14-85..... Ogden................ L......19-31
11-01-86..... Spokane (Albi)... L......31-41
11-07-87..... Ogden................ W....46-23
11-05-88..... Spokane (Albi).. W....51-30
11-04-89..... Ogden................ L......10-27
10-06-90..... Cheney.............. W....36-34
09-28-91..... Ogden................ W....63-59
10-03-92..... Cheney............... L......14-32
10-02-93..... Ogden................ L......22-36
09-24-94..... Cheney............... L......6-24
09-30-95..... Ogden................ W....40-30
09-07-96..... Ogden................ W....22-20
09-27-97..... Cheney............... L......11-35
11-14-98..... Ogden................ W....27-23
11-13-99..... Spokane (Albi)... L......27-30
09-23-00..... Ogden................ L......24-27(OT)
09-22-01..... Cheney............... L......26-50
11-02-02..... Ogden................ L......20-38
09-27-03..... Cheney.............. W....35-23
10-23-04..... Ogden................ L......7-51
10-22-05..... Cheney.............. W....28-23
11-04-06..... Ogden................ W....19-14
11-17-07..... Cheney............... L......16-38
11-22-08..... Ogden................ L......26-33
10-10-09..... Cheney.............. W....31-13
10-02-10..... Ogden................ L......24-35
10-01-11..... Cheney............... L......21-27
09-22-12..... Ogden................ L......26-32
10-05-13..... Cheney............... L......19-41
FORT LEWIS
Overall: 2-0
In Ogden: 2-0
09-08-84..... Ogden................ W....44-0
11-10-07..... Ogden................ W....48-3
FRESNO STATE
Overall: 0-4
InFresno: 0-4
09-16-78..... Fresno................ L......14-55
09-25-82..... Fresno................ L......9-25
09-10-05..... Fresno................ L......17-55
09-01-12..... Fresno................ L......10-37
HAWAII
Overall: 0-1
In Honolulu: 0-1
09-06-08..... Honolulu............. L......17-36
HUMBOLDT STATE
Overall: 0-3
In Provo: 0-3
11-17-73..... Provo.................. L......14-45
09-15-79..... Provo.................. L......3-48
09-08-12..... Provo.................. L......13-45
DRAKE
Overall: 0-1
In Ogden: 0-1
09-19-70..... Ogden................ L......19-36
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
09-12-98..... Ogden................ W....41-12
CAL POLY
EASTERN MICHIGAN
Overall: 13-18-1
In Ogden: 10-5-1
In Moscow: 3-13
11-06-65..... Ogden................ W....14-7
11-19-66..... Moscow.............. L......12-42
Overall: 5-5
Overall: 1-1
1-0
In Ypsilanti: 0-1
11-22-73..... Ypsilanti.............. L......7-44
2011 WEBER
In Ogden:
In Ogden: 3-2STATE FOOTBALL
San Luis Obispo: 2-3
09-23-95..... Ogden................ W....53-43
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11-04-67..... Ogden................ W....28-17
11-02-68..... Moscow.............. L......42-50
11-08-69..... Ogden................ W....28-7
11-07-70..... @Pullman, WA... L......17-27
11-06-71..... Ogden................ L......20-24
09-23-72..... Ogden................ W....26-10
10-20-73..... Moscow.............. L......13-17
11-09-74..... Moscow.............. L......13-38
11-08-75..... Ogden................ T......40-40
10-16-76..... Moscow.............. L......17-45
10-29-77..... Ogden................ W....30-27
10-28-78..... Moscow............. W....51-6
11-10-79..... Ogden................ W....12-7
11-01-80..... Moscow.............. L......6-31
09-12-81..... Ogden................ W....42-21
10-02-82..... Moscow.............. L......34-35
10-15-83..... Ogden................ W....28-10
10-13-84..... Moscow............. W....40-37
10-12-85..... Ogden................ L......28-31
11-15-86..... Moscow.............. L......17-31
10-31-87..... Ogden................ L......38-41
11-28-87..... Moscow............. W....59-30
10-22-88..... Moscow.............. L......24-27
09-23-89..... Ogden................ L......33-46
09-22-90..... Moscow.............. L......27-37
10-12-91..... Ogden................ W....45-17
09-19-92..... Moscow.............. L......24-52
09-18-93..... Ogden................ L......0-56
11-12-94..... Moscow.............. L......30-79
10-28-95..... Ogden................ W....25-19
IDAHO STATE
Overall: 39-14
In Ogden: 20-5
In Pocatello: 19-9
10-20-62..... Pocatello............ L......20-42
11-09-63..... Pocatello............ L......26-36
10-24-64..... Ogden................ L......0-31
10-23-65..... Pocatello........... W....28-17
10-29-66..... Ogden................ W....16-7
10-28-67..... Pocatello........... W....19-7
10-26-68..... Ogden................ W....23-16
10-25-69..... Pocatello........... W....28-25
10-24-70..... Ogden................ L......14-30
11-20-71..... Pocatello........... W....28-21
11-04-72..... Ogden................ L......7-49
10-27-73..... Pocatello........... W....38-23
10-26-74..... Ogden................ L......8-10
10-25-75..... Pocatello............ L......3-20
10-23-76..... Ogden................ W....34-7
11-12-77..... Pocatello............ L......18-21
11-04-78..... Ogden................ W....34-12
11-03-79..... Pocatello........... W....14-10
09-20-80..... Ogden................ W....21-17
11-03-80..... Pocatello............ L......5-46
11-21-81..... Pocatello............ L......30-33 (3ot)
10-30-82..... Ogden................ W....26-7
11-12-83..... Pocatello............ L......32-38
11-03-84..... Ogden................ L......22-26
11-16-85..... Pocatello........... W....46-45
10-25-86..... Ogden................ W....60-33
11-21-87..... Pocatello........... W....53-37
10-08-88..... Ogden................ W....34-13
11-18-89..... Pocatello........... W....45-35
09-15-90..... Ogden................ W....45-38 (2ot)
11-23-91..... Pocatello........... W....60-41
10-24-92..... Ogden................ W....27-11
11-13-93..... Pocatello........... W....21-17
11-05-94..... Ogden................ W....40-6
11-18-95..... Pocatello............ L......25-35
11-23-96..... Pocatello........... W....37-22
11-22-97..... Ogden................ W....26-7
09-19-98..... Pocatello........... W....6-3
09-18-99..... Ogden................ W....27-24
10-28-00..... Pocatello........... W....16-13
10-27-01..... Ogden................ W....42-17
10-26-02..... Pocatello............ L......0-34
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10-25-03..... Ogden................ W....38-21
10-30-04..... Pocatello........... W....26-14
10-29-05..... Ogden................ W....30-21
11-18-06..... Pocatello........... W....30-27
11-03-07..... Ogden................ W....52-37
11-08-08..... Pocatello........... W....59-27
09-19-09..... Ogden................ W....44-17
10-16-10..... Pocatello........... W....16-13
10-15-11..... Ogden................ W....39-12
11-17-12..... Pocatello........... W....40-14
11-23-13..... Ogden................ W....32-7
LONG BEACH STATE
Overall: 0-2
In Long Beach: 0-2
09-11-76..... Long Beach........ L......7-19
09-12-87..... Long Beach........ L......7-30
MARSHALL
Overall: 0-1
In Huntington: 0-1
12-05-87..... Huntington.......... L......23-51
McNEESE STATE
Overall: 1-3
In Ogden: 0-2
In Lake Charles: 1-1
11-17-90..... Lake Charles..... W....27-7
11-21-92..... Ogden................ L......22-23
09-15-12..... Ogden................ L......21-35
09-21-13..... Lake Charles...... L......6-43
MONTANA
Overall: 13-40
In Ogden: 7-18
In Missoula: 6-22
10-13-62..... Missoula............. L......6-25
11-02-63..... Ogden................ W....19-13
10-17-64..... Missoula............. L......12-20
10-09-65..... Ogden................ L......14-15
10-08-66..... Missoula............ W....28-0
09-30-67..... Ogden................ L......12-13
11-09-68..... Missoula............ W....20-16
10-04-69..... Ogden................ L......17-20
10-03-70..... Missoula............. L......29-38
10-30-71..... Ogden................ L......13-14
10-07-72..... Missoula............. L......7-12
11-10-73..... Ogden................ L......0-10
10-05-74..... Missoula............. L......13-24
10-04-75..... Ogden................ L......12-48
10-02-76..... Missoula............. L......25-28
10-01-77..... Missoula............ W....31-23
09-30-78..... Ogden................ L......7-27
09-29-79..... Missoula............. L......16-23
10-11-80..... Ogden................ W....38-21
11-14-81..... Missoula............ W....7-6
11-13-82..... Ogden................ L......20-42
10-08-83..... Missoula............. L......26-28
09-29-84..... Ogden................ W....47-14
11-02-85..... Missoula............ W....57-29
11-08-86..... Ogden................ L......29-55
10-24-87..... Missoula............ W....29-26
10-29-88..... Ogden................ L......14-41
10-07-89..... Missoula............. L......6-31
10-13-90..... Ogden................ L......37-39
10-19-91..... Missoula............. L......38-47
10-10-92..... Ogden................ W....24-7
10-09-93..... Missoula............. L......17-45
10-22-94..... Ogden................ L......20-35
10-07-95..... Missoula............. L......22-49
11-16-96..... Ogden................ L......10-24
11-15-97..... Missoula............. L......13-38
09-26-98..... Ogden................ W....27-20
09-25-99..... Missoula............. L......22-81
11-11-00...... Ogden................ L......28-30
11-10-01..... Missoula............. L......23-38
10-12-02..... Ogden................ L......7-39
10-11-03..... Missoula............. L......7-12
10-02-04..... Ogden................ L......21-41
10-01-05..... Missoula............. L......19-24
10-21-06..... Ogden................ L......30-33
09-29-07..... Missoula............. L......10-18
10-04-08..... Ogden................ W....45-28
12-06-08..... Missoula............. L......13-24
10-31-09..... Missoula............. L......10-31
10-30-10..... Ogden................ W....30-21
10-29-11..... Missoula............. L......10-45
11-03-12..... Ogden................ L......21-24
11-16-13..... Missoula............. L......6-42
MONTANA STATE
Overall: 20-29-1
In Ogden: 11-15
In Bozeman: 9-14-1
11-02-63..... Ogden................ L......8-26
10-17-64..... Ogden................ L......0-24
10-09-65..... Ogden................ W....19-16
10-22-66..... Bozeman............ L......36-45
09-30-67..... Bozeman............ L......6-21
11-09-68..... Ogden................ W....20-14
10-04-69..... Bozeman........... W....20-14
10-03-70..... Ogden................ W....56-13
10-30-71..... Bozeman............ T......21-21
10-07-72..... Ogden................ L......3-9
11-10-73..... Bozeman............ L......0-33
10-05-74..... Ogden................ W....28-10
10-04-75..... Bozeman............ L......14-31
10-02-76..... Ogden................ L......0-44
10-08-77..... Bozeman............ L......24-27
09-30-78..... Ogden................ L......14-21
09-29-79..... Bozeman............ L......21-40
10-11-80..... Ogden................ W....12-7
11-14-81..... Bozeman........... W....28-20
11-13-82..... Ogden................ L......20-23
10-08-83..... Bozeman........... W....23-20
10-06-84..... Ogden................ L......0-48
10-05-85..... Bozeman........... W....50-36
10-11-86..... Ogden................ W....24-3
10-17-87..... Bozeman........... W....35-32
11-12-88..... Ogden................ W....59-35
10-28-89..... Bozeman............ L......27-31
09-29-90..... Ogden................ W....32-20
10-05-91..... Bozeman........... W....36-25
09-26-92..... Ogden................ W....47-19
09-25-93..... Bozeman............ L......10-14
09-17-94..... Ogden................ W....41-13
10-21-95..... Bozeman........... W....14-7
11-02-96..... Ogden................ W....17-7
11-01-97..... Bozeman............ L......14-28
10-10-98..... Ogden................ L......7-10
10-09-99..... Bozeman............ L......6-29
09-16-00..... Bozeman........... W....28-7
09-08-01..... Ogden................ L......17-32
10-19-02..... Bozeman............ L......10-44
10-18-03..... Ogden................ L......3-26
10-09-04..... Bozeman............ L......17-20
10-08-05..... Ogden................ L......24-27
10-28-06..... Bozeman............ L......18-24
09-22-07..... Ogden................ L......5-21
10-11-08..... Bozeman........... W....35-12
10-03-09..... Ogden................ L......21-26
11-06-10..... Bozeman............ L......10-24
11-05-11...... Ogden................ L......24-44
10-19-13..... Ogden................ L......16-34
MONTANA TECH
Overall: 3-0
In Ogden: 3-0
09-10-94..... Ogden................ W..... 47-7
09-03-98..... Ogden................ W....38-7
09-20-03..... Ogden................ W....49-14
MONTANA WESTERN
Overall: 3-0
In Ogden: 3-0
09-22-62..... Ogden................ W..... 28-0
09-03-94..... Ogden................ W....30-12
08-28-08..... Ogden................ W....62-6
NEVADA
Overall: 6-9
In Ogden: 3-3
In Reno: 3-6
10-20-79..... Reno.................. L......3-22
09-27-80..... Ogden................ W....10-0
10-19-81..... Reno.................. L......14-28
11-06-82..... Ogden................ W....46-43 (3ot)
10-22-83..... Reno.................. L......3-41
10-27-84..... Ogden................ L......21-35
10-19-85..... Reno.................. L......12-47
10-04-86..... Ogden................ L......24-38
11-14-87..... Reno.................. W....38-15
10-15-88..... Ogden................ W....37-31
10-21-89..... Reno.................. L......15-47
10-27-90..... Ogden................ L......7-28
11-02-91..... Reno.................. L......49-55
10-31-92..... Reno.................. W....23-31
10-23-93..... Reno.................. W....47-30
NEW MEXICO
Overall: 0-1
In Albuquerque: 0-1
08-31-02..... Albuquerque....... L......23-38
NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS
Overall: 2-0
In Ogden: 1-0
In Las Vegas, NM: 1-0
11-18-72..... Las Vegas, NM.. W.....2-0(f)
11-09-91..... Ogden................ W....62-7
NEW MEXICO STATE
Overall: 0-1
In Las Cruces: 0-1
09-05-92..... Las Cruces......... L......21-37
NICHOLLS STATE
Overall: 0-2
In Ogden: 0-1
In Thibodaux: 0-1
11-22-86..... Thibodaux.......... L......30-34
09-17-88..... Ogden................ L......23-38
NORTHEAST LOUISIANA
Overall: 0-1
In Monroe: 0-1
10-01-94..... Monroe............... L......37-62
NORTHERN ARIZONA
Overall: 26-22
In Ogden: 17-6
In Flagstaff: 8-16
09-19-64..... Flagstaff............. L......6-41
09-18-65..... Ogden................ W....21-14
09-17-66..... Flagstaff............ W....32-14
09-16-67..... Ogden................ W....29-28
09-28-68..... Flagstaff............ W....21-14
11-01-69..... Ogden................ L......19-21
10-31-70..... Flagstaff............ W....38-6
09-25-71..... Ogden................ W....23-7
10-21-72..... Flagstaff............ W....28-7
09-22-73..... Ogden................ W....25-13
10-19-74..... Flagstaff............. L......20-21
11-22-75..... Ogden................ W....19-8
11-20-76..... Flagstaff............. L......18-30
09-24-77..... Ogden................ L......10-36
11-18-78..... Flagstaff............. L......0-10
10-13-79..... Ogden................ W....34-10
10-18-80..... Flagstaff............. L......7-32
@weber s t ate
10-31-81..... Ogden................ W....24-23 (ot)
11-20-82..... Flagstaff............. L......28-35
09-17-83..... Ogden................ W....26-13
09-15-84..... Flagstaff............. L......21-42
11-09-85..... Ogden................ W....37-10
09-20-86..... Flagstaff............. L......24-45
10-10-87..... Ogden................ W....30-17
11-19-88..... Flagstaff............. L......21-27
09-16-89..... Ogden................ L......17-20
11-10-90..... Flagstaff............. L......35-38
09-14-91..... Ogden................ W....43-38
11-07-92..... Flagstaff............ W....25-19
11-06-93..... Ogden................ W....67-28
10-29-94..... Flagstaff............. L......20-24
11-11-95..... Ogden................ W....20-14
10-05-96..... Flagstaff............. L......45-59
10-04-97..... Ogden................ W....36-23
11-07-98..... Flagstaff............. L......17-20
*11-06-99... Ogden................ L......19-36
10-14-00..... Flagstaff............ W....12-10
10-13-01..... Ogden................ L......32-42
10-05-02..... Flagstaff............. L......21-26
10-04-03..... Ogden................ L......29-48
09-25-04..... Flagstaff............. L......27-55
09-24-05..... Ogden................ W....31-23
11-11-06...... Flagstaff............. L......17-42
10-20-07..... Ogden................ L......20-29
10-25-08..... Flagstaff............ W....42-14
11-14-09..... Ogden................ W....27-9
11-13-10..... Flagstaff............ W....27-26
11-12-11..... Ogden................ W....34-31
*Forfeited to Weber State
NORTHERN COLORADO
Overall: 6-1
In Ogden: 3-1
In Greeley: 3-0
09-28-06..... Ogden................ W....26-21
10-13-07..... Greeley.............. W....23-0
10-18-08..... Ogden................ W....17-10
10-24-09..... Greeley.............. W....28-20
09-11-10..... Ogden................ W....50-47(4ot)
09-24-11..... Greeley.............. W....45-21
11-10-12..... Ogden................ L......34-42
NORTHERN IOWA
Overall: 1-2
In Ogden: 1-0
In Cedar Falls: 0-2-0
09-23-78..... Ogden................ W....35-9
09-13-80..... Cedar Falls......... L......10-31
11-30-91..... Cedar Falls......... L......21-38
NORTHERN MICHIGAN
Overall: 1-1
In Ogden: 1-1
09-27-69..... Ogden................ L......3-24
11-11-72..... Ogden................ W....30-18
NORTH DAKOTA STATE
Overall: 0-4
In Ogden: 0-2
In Fargo: 0-2
09-09-78..... Ogden................ L......29-48
09-08-79..... Fargo.................. L......10-11
11-06-04..... Ogden................ L......17-31
09-17-05..... Fargo.................. L......0-41
NORTH TEXAS
Overall: 1-1
In Ogden: 1-0
In Denton: 0-1
10-11-69..... Denton............... L......13-35
09-18-71..... Ogden................ W....20-0
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OREGON TECH
Overall: 2-0
In Ogden: 1-0
In Klamath Falls: 1-0
10-06-62..... Ogden................ W....29-13
09-28-63..... Klamath Falls.... W....29-7
PACIFIC
Overall: 0-1
In Stockton: 0-1
11-23-85..... Stockton............. L......34-36
PARSONS COLLEGE (Iowa)
Overall: 2-1
In Ogden: 1-1
In Fairfield: 1-0
10-14-67..... Ogden................ L......14-31
11-15-69..... Fairfield............. W....16-6
09-26-70..... Ogden................ W....28-3
PORTLAND STATE
Overall: 20-13
In Ogden: 12-4
In Portland: 8-9
11-21-64..... Portland.............. L......10-18
11-13-65..... Ogden................ W....74-6
11-12-66..... Portland............ W....51-6
11-11-67..... Ogden................ W....40-21
10-12-68..... Portland............ W....28-12
10-10-70..... Portland.............. L......14-46
10-09-71..... Ogden................ W....54-26
09-17-77..... Ogden................ W....40-22
09-22-79..... Ogden................ L......13-16
11-22-80..... Portland.............. L......0-75
09-26-81..... Ogden................ W....31-16
10-16-82..... Portland............ W....20-6
11-05-83..... Ogden................ W....37-13
09-22-84..... Portland.............. L......24-27
09-21-85..... Ogden................ W....45-24
09-27-86..... Portland.............. L......22-27
10-19-96..... Portland............ W....35-10
10-18-97..... Ogden................ W....16-7
10-24-98..... Portland.............. L......27-34
10-23-99..... Ogden................ L......14-31
10-21-00..... Ogden................ W....41-9
10-20-01..... Portland.............. L......43-65
11-09-02..... Ogden................ W....20-14
11-08-03..... Portland............ W....45-21
11-13-04..... Ogden................ L......15-34
11-12-05..... Portland.............. L......14-39
09-23-06..... Ogden................ L......10-20
11-03-07..... Portland............ W....73-68
11-01-08..... Ogden................ W....31-21
09-26-09..... Portland............ W....36-29
10-23-10..... Ogden................ W....44-41
11-19-11..... Portland............ W....48-33
11-02-13..... Portland.............. L......24-45
PUGET SOUND
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
10-10-81..... Ogden................ W....31-10
SACRAMENTO STATE
Overall: 11-7
In Ogden: 8-1
In Sacramento: 3-6
11-09-96..... Sacramento...... W....41-31
11-08-97..... Ogden................ W....52-14
10-03-98..... Sacramento...... W....27-14
10-02-99..... Ogden................ W....52-49
09-30-00..... Sacramento........ L......7-35
09-29-01..... Ogden................ W....38-31
11-16-02..... Sacramento........ L......38-41
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11-15-03.....
Ogden................
W....26-14
10-16-04..... Sacramento........ L......12-31
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10-15-05..... Ogden................ W....26-14
10-07-06..... Sacramento........ L......21-24
10-06-07..... Ogden................ W....26-7
09-20-08..... Sacramento...... W....32-27
10-17-09..... Ogden................ W....49-10
09-18-10..... Sacramento........ L......17-24
09-17-11..... Ogden................ W....49-17
10-13-12..... Sacramento........ L......14-19
09-28-13..... Ogden................ L......3-31
SONOMA STATE
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
09-04-93..... Ogden................ W....40-28
SOUTH DAKOTA
Overall: 0-0-1
In Ogden: 0-0-1
11-21-70..... Ogden................ T......21-21
SOUTH DAKOTA STATE
Overall: 3-0
In Ogden: 2-0
In Brookings: 1-0-0
09-14-68..... Brookings......... W....27-12
09-13-69..... Ogden................ W....28-13
11-13-76..... Ogden................ W....52-19
SOUTHWEST STATE (Minn.)
Overall: 2-0
In Ogden: 2-0
09-03-83..... Ogden................ W....33-21
11-11-89..... Ogden................ W....55-0
SOUTHERN COLORADO
Overall: 2-0
In Ogden: 1-0
In Pueblo: 1-0
10-05-63..... Pueblo............... W....28-14
10-03-64..... Ogden................ W....19-14
SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI
Overall: 0-2
In Ogden: 0-1
In Hattiesburg: 0-1
11-03-73..... Hattiesburg......... L......7-28
09-13-75..... Ogden................ L......10-14
SOUTHERN OREGON
10-22-11..... Ogden................ L......28-35
10-20-12..... Cedar City......... W....24-22
11-09-13..... Ogden................ L......21-27
ST. MARY’S
Overall: 2-0
In Ogden: 1-0
In Moraga: 1-0
09-16-95..... Ogden................ W....49-14
11-22-03..... Moraga.............. W....35-15
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
08-31-13..... Ogden................ W....50-40
TEXAS TECH
Overall: 0-1
In Lubbock: 1-1
11-20-10..... Lubbock............. L......21-64
TOLEDO
Overall: 0-2
In Toledo: 0-2-0
09-28-96..... Toledo................ L......24-31
09-09-00..... Toledo................ L......0-51
UC DAVIS
Overall: 1-2
In Ogden: 1-1
In Davis: 0-1
09-18-04..... Ogden................ L......29-31
09-25-10..... Ogden................ W....20-9
09-29-12..... Davis.................. L......13-37
UNLV
Ovearll: 2-5
In Ogden: 1-2
In Las Vegas: 1-3
10-23-71..... Las Vegas......... W....30-17
10-28-72..... Ogden................ W....30-0
09-14-74..... Ogden................ L......10-28
11-15-75..... Las Vegas.......... L......14-38
09-25-76..... Ogden................ L......16-33
10-15-77..... Las Vegas.......... L......13-26
09-09-89..... Las Vegas.......... L......12-16
UTAH
Overall: 1-1
In Ogden: 1-0
In Ashland: 0-1
11-17-62..... Ashland.............. L......7-26
09-21-63..... Ogden................ W....40-32
Overall: 0-4
In Salt Lake City: 0-4
10-14-78..... Salt Lake City..... L....... 7-30
09-01-84..... Salt Lake City..... L......7-51
09-27-08..... Salt Lake City..... L......21-37
09-07-13..... Salt Lake City..... L......7-70
SOUTHERN UTAH
UTAH STATE
.
Overall: 15-5
In Ogden: 11-4
In Cedar City: 4-1
10-20-84..... Ogden................ W....29-10
09-07-85..... Ogden................ W....62-20
09-19-87..... Ogden................ W....36-26
09-24-88..... Ogden................ W....49-30
10-14-89..... Ogden................ W....42-7
09-01-90..... Cedar City......... W....37-21
09-07-91..... Ogden................ W....33-14
09-12-92..... Ogden................ W....35-24
10-30-93..... Ogden................ W....43-39
10-15-94..... Cedar City......... W....20-14
09-13-97..... Ogden................ W....33-32
10-16-99..... Ogden................ L......7-39
09-01-01..... Cedar City.......... L......21-28
09-06-03..... Ogden................ W....13-3
09-04-04..... Ogden................ L......31-34
FOOTBALL
11-19-05..... Cedar City......... W....27-10
09-16-06..... Ogden................ W....24-13
Overall: 1-13
In Ogden: 0-5
In Logan: 1-8
11-23-72..... Logan................. L......16-20
09-15-73..... Ogden................ L......3-10
11-23-74..... Logan................. L......7-20
10-18-75..... Ogden................ L......7-30
11-06-76..... Logan................. L......10-36
11-05-77..... Ogden................ L......14-23
11-11-78..... Logan................ W....44-25
11-17-79..... Ogden................ L......10-34
11-08-80..... Ogden................ L......13-50
09-19-81..... Logan................. L......18-31
09-18-82..... Logan................. L......10-31
11-17-01..... Logan................. L......43-56
09-10-11..... Logan................. L......17-54
09-14-13..... Logan................. L......6-70
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Overall: 0-3
In El Paso: 0-3
11-19-83..... El Paso............... L......34-40
09-10-88..... El Paso .............. L......21-48
09-11-04..... El Paso............... L......0-32
WESTERN ILLINOIS
Overall: 0-2
In Ogden: 0-1
In Macomb: 0-1
09-20-75..... Ogden................ L......10-19
09-18-76..... Macomb............. L......19-21
WESTERN MICHIGAN
Overall: 0-1
In Kalamazoo: 0-1
08-31-95..... Kalamazoo......... L......21-28
WESTERN NEW MEXICO
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
11-04-00..... Ogden................ W.... 41-10
WESTERN STATE
Overall: 11-3
In Ogden: 10-2
In Gunnison: 1-1-0
09-22-62..... Gunnison............ L......6-26
11-16-63..... Ogden................ L......6-19
10-31-64..... Ogden................ L......0-7
10-30-65..... Ogden................ L......14-7
11-05-66..... Gunnison.......... W....42-7
11-18-67..... Ogden................ W....20-0
09-05-87..... Ogden................ W....40-10
09-14-96..... Ogden................ W....36-3
09-06-97..... Ogden................ W....29-13
09-02-99..... Ogden................ W....33-3
08-31-00..... Ogden................ W....44-13
09-14-02..... Ogden................ W....44-0
08-30-03..... Ogden................ W....38-13
09-03-05..... Ogden................ W....61-0
WHITWORTH
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
10-16-65..... Ogden................ W....44-13
WILLIAM & MARY
Overall: 0-1
In Williamsburg: 0-1
11-28-10..... Williamsburg...... L......0-38
WISCONSIN - OSHKOSH
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
09-12-70..... Ogden................ W....60-0
WYOMING
Overall: 0-4
In Laramie: 0-4
10-20-90..... Laramie.............. L......12-21
09-11-99..... Laramie.............. L......16-41
09-05-09..... Laramie.............. L......22-29
09-03-11..... Laramie.............. L......32-35
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WILDCATS IN THE
PRO RANKS
ALL-TIME WEBER STATE NFL DRAFT PICKS
Year
1967
1967
1967
1967
1968
1968
1968
1968
1968
1968
1969
1969
1969
1970
1970
1970
1971
1971
1972
1972
1972
1973
1973
1973
1975
1977
1984
1989
1995
1998
1999
1999
2006
2006
2008
2009
2010
Player
Ron McCall
Lew Kamanu
Tim Jones
Bill Rogers
Lew White
Jim Schmedding
Steve Holloway
John Knight
Steve Hanrahan
Henry Owens
Halvor Hagen
Stuart Gotlieb
Steve Smith
Randy Montgomery
Carter Campbell
Russ Melby
Henry Reed
Bob Pollard
Dave Taylor
Randy McDougall
Jamie Nunez
Jon Knoble
Richard Watkins
Jerry Bond
Dave Benson
Rob Bockwoldt
Sam Slater
Jeff Carlson
Tau Pupua
Cam Quayle
Scott Shields
Anthony Parker
Paul McQuistan
Pat McQuistan
David Hale
J.D. Folsom
Tim Toone
Round
2
4
6
16
1
6
8
9
9
11
3
10
14
7
8
10
10
11
9
12
13
5
13
15
14
8
7
4
5
7
2
4
3
7
4
7
7
Selection
40
88
141
403
17
154
196
228
246
290
74
258
351
167
191
248
252
262
231
292
329
125
314
375
359
218
189
102
136
241*
59
99
69
211
133
214
255*
Team
San Diego Chargers
Detroit Lions
Detroit Lions
Chicago Bears
New York Jets
Chicago Bears
Denver Broncos
Pittsburgh Steelers
Cincinati Bengals
New York Jets
Dallas Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys
New York Giants
Denver Broncos
San Francisco 49ers
Green Bay Packers
New York Giants
New Orleans Saints
Kansas City Chiefs
Denver Broncos
Los Angeles Rams
San Diego Chargers
New Orleans Saints
Los Angeles Rams
Washington Redskins
Los Angeles Rams
Seattle Seahawks
Los Angeles Rams
Cleveland Browns
Baltimore Ravens
Pittsburgh Steelers
San Francisco 49ers
Oakland Raiders
Dallas Cowboys
Baltimore Ravens
Miami Dolphins
Detroit Lions
Lee White
Scott Shields
*Last pick of draft (Mr. Irrelevant)
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WILDCATS IN THE
PRO RANKS
ALL-TIME CANADIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE DRAFT PICKS
Year
Player
Round
Selection Team
1973
Terry Bolych
Ex.
---
Saskatchewan Roughriders
1974
Ken McEachern
Ex.
---
Saskatchewan Roughriders
1976
Bill Norton
Ex.
---
BC Lions
1979
Doug Battershill
Ex.
---
Calgary Stampeders
1980
Dale Getty
Ex.
---
Edmonton Eskimos
1983
Kevin Lapa
2
14
BC Lions
1985
Rick Ryan
1
7
BC Lions
1985
Wes Cooper
3
20
Calgary Stampeders
1988
Ray Goerke
8
57
Ottawa Renegades
1989
Gerald Wilcox
1
1
Ottawa Roughriders
1990
Brent Chuhaniuk
2
16
Sasatchewan Roughriders
1991
Geoff Mitchell
3
19
Ottawa Roughriders
1992
Bruce Covernton
1
1
Calgary Stampeders
1992
Tom Stackaruk
3
21
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
1992
Rob Trebilcock
5
35
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
1993
Dwight Richards
2
10
Ottawa Renegades
1994
Trevor Shaw
1
6
BC Lions
1994
Pat McNerney
2
21
Edmonton Eskimos
1994
Ken Rayner
3
26
Calgary Stampeders
1994
Obie Spanic
4
31
Ottawa Renegades
1995
Rob Hitchcock
3
17
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
1997
Ian Franklin
1
3
Edmonton Eskimos
2000
Richard Clarke
2
11
Toronto Argonauts
2003
Randy Spencer
1
8
Edmonton Eskimos
2008
Dimitri Tsoumpas
12Calgary Stampeders
2009
Eric Lee
5
36
Edmonton Eskimos
2011
Tyrell Francisco
5
36
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Bruce
Covernton
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WILDCAT
ALL-AMERICANS
The following Weber State football players were selections on the major All-America College Division Football Teams (Associated Press, United Press
International, Football Writers Association of America, Sporting News, Newspaper Enterprise Association, Time Magazine, American Football Coaches
Association, Kodak, The Sports Network, Football Gazette, Walter Camp, ESPN/Sportsticker and College Sporting News).
Year
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1976
1977
1978
1980
1981
1989
1990
1991
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
2000
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
BY YEAR
Player
Sid Otten
Bruce Handley
Ron McCall
Jim Schmeeding
Lee White
Roger Trinchero
Carter Campbell
Henry Reed
Dave Taylor
Rod Bockwoldt
Dennis Duncanson
Dennis Duncanson
Dennis Duncanson
Randy Jordan
Mike Humiston
Danny Rich
Peter Macon
Mike Babb
Brent Chuhaniuk
Jamie Martin
Trevor Shaw
Bruce Covernton
Jamie Martin
Alfred Pupunu
Geoff Mitchell
Rob Hitchcock
Pat McNerney
Rob Hitchcock
Pokey Eckford
Scott Shields
Cam Quayle
Scott Shields
Cam Quayle
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Ryan Prince
Brady Fosmark
Nick Chournos
Matt McFadden
Brady Fosmark
Joe Johnson
Paul McQuistan
Brady Fosmark
David Hale
David Hale
Bryant Eteuati
Trevyn Smith
Trevyn Smith
Tim Toone
Paul Carpenter
Beau Hadley
Cameron Higgins
Cody Nakamura
Bryce Scanlon
Kevin Linehan
Marcus Mailei
Josh Morris
Josh Morris
Kyle Mutcher
Tim Toone
Bo Bolen
J.C. Oram
Vai Tafuna
Joe Collins
J.C. Oram
Pos.
OT
OG
LB
OG
FB
LB
DT
DT
OT
QB
DB
DB
DB
WR
LB
LB
TE
DB
P
QB
TE
OT
QB
TE
RB
DB
TE
DB
WR
PK
TE
PK
TE
P/K/DB
P/K/DB
TE
DE
RB
LB
DE
K
OT
DE
OT
OT
KR
RB
RB
WR
T
S
QB
TE
DT
DE
FB
CB
CB
C
WR
FB
OG
FB
WR
OG
Team
2nd
HM
1st
1st
1st
HM
1st
1st
1st
2nd
2nd
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
2nd
2nd
1st
2nd
1st
1st
1st
HM
2nd
2nd
2nd
1st
2nd
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
2nd
3rd
3rd
1st
1st
1st
2nd
2nd
2nd
HM
HM
2nd
2nd
3rd
3rd
3rd
3rd
3rd
HM
HM
HM
1st
1st
1st
2nd
2nd
2nd
3rd
1st
Player
Mike Babb
Rod Bockwoldt
Bo Bolen
Carter Campbell
Paul Carpenter
Nick Chournos
Brent Chuhaniuk
Joe Collins
Bruce Covernton
Dennis Duncanson
Pokey Eckford
Bryant Eteuati
Brady Fosmark
Beau Hadley
David Hale
Bruce Handley
Cameron Higgins
Rob Hitchcock
Mike Humiston
Joe Johnson
Randy Jordan
Kevin Linehan
Peter Macon
Marcus Mailei
Jamie Martin
Ron McCall
Matt McFadden
Pat McNerney
Paul McQuistan
Geoff Mitchell
Josh Morris
Kyle Mutcher
Cody Nakamura
J.C. Oram
Sid Otten
Ryan Prince
Alfred Pupunu
Cam Quayle
Danny Rich
Henry Reed
Bryce Scanlon
Jim Schmeeding
Trevor Shaw
Scott Shields
Trevyn Smith
Vai Tafuna
Dave Taylor
Tim Toone
Roger Trinchero
Lee White
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BY PLAYER
Year
89
76
09
69
08
03
89
10
91
76,77,78
95
07
03,04,05
08
06, 07
66
08
93, 94
80
04
78
08
89
08
90, 91
66
03
93
05
89
08, 09
09
08
10, 11
65
00
91
96, 97
81
70
08
67
90
95,96,97
07, 08
10
71
08, 09
68
67
Pos.
DB
QB
FB
DT
T
RB
P
WR
OT
DB
WR
KR
DE
S
OT
OG
QB
DB
LB
K
WR
LB
TE
FB
QB
LB
LB
TE
OT
RB
CB
C
TE
OG
OT
TE
TE
TE
LB
DT
DT
OG
TE
PK
RB
FB
OT
WR
LB
FB
Team
2nd
2nd
2nd
1st
3rd
3rd
2nd
3rd
1st
1st, 2nd
1st, 2nd
HM
1st, 2nd
3rd
2nd
HM
3rd
2nd
1st
1st
1st
HM
1st
HM
1st
1st
3rd
2nd
1st
HM
1st, HM
1st
3rd
1st, 2nd
2nd
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
3rd
1st
2nd
1st, 2nd
HM,2nd
2nd
1st
1st, 2nd
HM
1st
89
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JAMIE
MARTIN
1991 WALTER PAYTON TROPHY AWARD WINNER
• 1991 Walter Payton Trophy Award Winner.
• Named one of the top 10 athletes in Big
Sky Conference history.
• Played four years at Weber State (1989-92)
• Two-time All-American
• Weber State’s all-time leader in
total offense (12,287 yards)
• Ranks second in WSU history in career
passing yards
• Threw for 12,207 yards and 87 touchdowns.
• Played 14 seasons in NFL with nine
different teams.
Martin and head coach Dave Arslanian
receiving the 1991 Payton Trophy
Martin played for nine NFL teams
including the LA/St. Louis Rams
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TOTAL
OFFENSE
CAREER LEADERS
NAME
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Jamie Martin
Cameron Higgins
Jeff Carlson
Tim Bernal
Bryan Martin
Dave Stireman
Mike Hoke
Trevyn Smith
Ian Pizzaro
Cole Cooper
PLAYS
RUSH
PASS
1,837 8012,207
1,681
-1312,274
840 -268 6,147
1,076 -7 5,619
778
196 5,211
762 804 4,592
910
541 4,564
997
5,029
0
796
92 4,600
696
9 4,118
YARDS
TDs
93
105
49
42
43
43
35
52
30
33
1989-92
2007-10
1984-88
1981-83
1992-95
1984-85
2009-12
2006-09
2003-06
1999-00
YARDS
TDs
YEAR
12,287
12,261
5,879
5,612
5,407
5,396
5,105
5,029
4,692
4,127
YEARS
SEASON LEADERS
NAME
1. #Cameron Higgins
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
%Jamie Martin
Dave Stireman
Jamie Martin
!Cameron Higgins
Jamie Martin
Jeff Carlson
Bryan Martin
Jeff Carlson
Tyler Gladwell
#
14 games
!12 games
PLAYS
520
591
502 508
488
549
429
439
403
412
RUSH
PASS
-77
212
512
13
-122
-72
-118
22
-150
-127
%11 games
4,477
4,125
3,247
3,700
3,326
3,207
3,044
2,799
2,968
2,733
4,400*
4,337
3,759
3,713
3,204
3,129
2,926
2,821
2,818
2,606
38
37
33
25
30
22
21
23
26
23
2008
1991
1985
1990
2009
1992
1987
1994
1988
2001
Jamie Martin
*Big Sky single-season record
GAME LEADERS
NAME
PLAYS
RUSH PASS YDS TDs
OPPONENT
1. Jamie Martin
67
19 624
643
4
at Idaho State 1991
2. Bryan Martin
59
92 522
614
6
Cal Poly 1995
3. Dave Stireman
57
118 428
546
5
at Montana 1985
4. Jamie Martin
66
-8
547
539
5
Montana State 1992
5. #Brad Otton
48
-4
540
536
6
Northern Arizona 1993
6. Dave Stireman
53
69 442
511
5
at Idaho State 1985
7. Jamie Martin
53
-39 504
465
3
Montana 1990
8. Steve Buck
57 20 436
456
2 Northern Arizona 1997
9. Cameron Higgins
35
21
432
453
4
Idaho State 2007
10. Jeff Carlson
42
16 434
450
6
Southern Utah 1988
Jamie Martin
54
52 398
450
4
Idaho 1991
#NCAA Division I FCS Single Game Record for a Freshman
Jeff Carlson
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TOTAL
OFFENSE
HIGHEST WSU
TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES
YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS
YR.
PLAYER
RUSH
PASS
TOT.
2013 Austin Chipoletti
142
1650
1,792
2012 Mike Hoke
267
2,065
2,332
2011 Mike Hoke
130
2,210
2,210
2010 Cameron Higgins 14
2,512
2,526
2009 Cameron Higgins -122
3,326
3,204
2008 Cameron Higgins -77
4,477
4,400
2007 Cameron Higgins 172
1,959
2,131
2006 Ian Pizarro
-5
1,197
1,192
2005 Ian Pizarro
56
2,357
2,413
2004 Ian Pizarro
41
1,038
1,079
2003 Nick Chournos
1,649
19
1,668
2002 Tate Bennett
-21
2,228
2,207
2001 Tyler Gladwell
-127
2,733
2,606
2000 Cole Cooper
-85
2,289
2,204
1999 Cole Cooper
94
1,829
1,923
1998 Morgan Welch
1,629
0
1,629
1997 Steve Buck
113
2,393
2,506
1996 Roger Cook
-80
3,207
3,127
1995
Bryan Martin1902,377
2,567
1994 Bryan Martin
22
2,799
2,821
1993 Brad Otton
-65
2,307
2,242
1992 Jamie Martin
-72
3,207
3,129
1991 Jamie Martin
212
4,125
4,337
1990 Jamie Martin
13
3,700
3,713
1989 Ryan Schmidt
-194
1,896
1,702
1988 Jeff Carlson
-150
2,968
2,818
1987 Jeff Carlson
-118
3,044
2,926
1986 Phil Cooper
-87
2,218
2,131
1985 Dave Stireman
512
3,247
3,759
1984 Dave Stireman
292
1,345
1,637
1983 Tim Bernal
-65
2,738
2,673
1982 Tim Bernal
91
2,431
2,522
1981 Milt Myers
6
1,911
1,917
1980 Bill Tantillo
-61
1,175
1,114
1979 Bill Kelly
-97
1,178
1,081
1978 Morris Bledsoe
-263
2,128
1,865
1977 Morris Bledsoe
-147
1,895
1,748
1976 Rod Bockwoldt
1
2,268
2,269
1975 Don Reddic
737
0
737
1974 Ross Goddard
-17
1,194
1,177
1973
Blaine Church
185686871
1972 Al Butler
545
0
545
1971 Al Butler
727
0
727
1970
Dale Mager 6156441,259
1969 Sam Gipson
987
67
1,054
1968 Paul Waite
-56
2,226
2,170
1967 Lee White
1,378
0
1,378
1966 Tim Jones
-57
1,737
1,680
1965 Tim Jones
115
848
963
1964 Ron Haun
-50
515
465
1963 Lynn Smith
81
1,185
1,266
1. *876 (102 plays)
at Idaho St. 1991
2. 828
(92 plays)
No. Arizona 1993
3. 800
(94 plays)
at Montana 1985
4. 708
(78 plays)
Portland St. 1965
708
(86 plays)
Cal Poly 1995
5. 687
(82 plays)
So. Utah 1985
687 (93 plays)
at Portland State 2007
*NCAA Division I-FCS Single Game Record
LOWEST WSU
TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES
1.
52
(39 plays)
Idaho St. 1964
2.
86
(48 plays)
at Colorado State 2006
3.
92
(55 plays)
Montana St. 1984
4. 109
(72 plays)
at Brigham Young 1979
5.
(49 plays)
Montana St. 1964
110
HIGHEST OPPONENT
TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES
1. 717
(85 plays)
2. 716
(87 plays)
at Montana 1999
Idaho 1993
3. 707
(90 plays)
at Brigham Young 1979
4. 645
(79 plays)
at No. Arizona 1996
5. 635
(72 plays)
at Utah State 2011
LOWEST OPPONENT
TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES
1.
11 (53 plays)
2.
52
(54 plays)
Montana 1966
3.
64
(47 plays)
at Oregon Tech 1963
4.
82
(60 plays)
Parsons 1970
5.
86
(55 plays)
E. Washington 1969
6. 101
(54 plays)
Cal St.-Los Angeles 1966
Fort Lewis 2007
TOP INDIVIDUAL
OPPONENT GAMES
1.
491
Dave Dickenson
at Montana 1995
2.
484
Drew Hubel
at Portland St. 2007
at Portland St. 1980
3.
478
Neil Lomax
4.
469
Brent Pease
Montana 1986
5.
452
Marty Mornhinweg
at Montana 1985
Chris Vargas
at Nevada 1993
6.
449
7.
448
8.
430
Brady Attaway Stephen F. Austin
2013
Brad Lebo
at Montana 1991
9.
420
Seth Lobato
No. Colorado 2012
10.
416
Grady Bennett
Montana 1990
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PASSING
CAREER LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
NAME
Cameron Higgins
Jamie Martin
Jeff Carlson
Tim Bernal
Bryan Martin
Ian Pizarro
Dave Stireman
Mike Hoke
Roger Cook
Cole Cooper
Morris Bledsoe
Paul Waite
Rod Bockwoldt
Tate Bennett
Tyler Gladwell
Steve Buck
Tim Jones
Brad Otton
Kyle Bauer
Milt Myers
YARDS COMP-ATT. - INT.
12,274
935 - 1,511 - 53
12,207
934 - 1,544 - 56
6,147
384 - 723 - 33
5,619
509 - 912 - 26
5,211
365 - 605 - 14
4,600
331 - 637 - 21
4,592
299 - 566 - 22
4,564
391-648-14
4,451
395 - 643 - 15
4,118
311 - 549 - 22
4,023
314 - 566 - 23
3,436
251-514-29
3,422
265-499-34
3,347
269-478-19
2,963
216-389-9
2,621
166-335-9
2,585
187-334-20
2,307
183-314-10
2,000
132-286-13
1,911
177-341-14
PCT
.619
.605
.531
.558
.603
.520
.528
.603
.614
.567
.555
.488
.531
.563
.555
.496
.560
.582
.462
.519
TDs
98
87
47
26
37
27
31
35
26
33
23
28
23
25
23
20
19
15
13
17
YEARS
2007-10
1989-92
1985-88
1981-83
1992-95
2003-06
1984-85
2009-12
1995-96
1999-00
1977-78
1967-68
1973-76
2000-03
2000-01
1997-98
1965-66
1993
2003-04
1981
Cameron Higgins
SEASON LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5. 6.
8.
9.
10.
NAME
Cameron Higgins
Jamie Martin
Jamie Martin
Cameron Higgins
Dave Stireman
Jamie Martin
Roger Cook
Jeff Carlson
Jeff Carlson
Bryan Martin
YARDS
4,477
4,125
3,700
3,326
3,247
3,207
3,207
3,044
2,968
2,799
GMS COMP-ATT. - INT.
14
305 - 465 - 13
11
310 - 500 - 17
11
256 - 428 - 15
12
289 - 454 - 20
11
206 - 378 - 18
11
282 - 463 - 14
11
276 - 442 - 12
11
199 - 364 - 11
11
180 - 352 - 22
11
199 - 337 - 5
GAME
LEADERS
NAME
YDS COMP.-ATT. - INT
1.
Jamie Martin
*624
47 - 62 - 2
2.
Jamie Martin
547
40 - 58 - 2
3.
Brad Otton
540
25 - 44 - 0
4.
Bryan Martin
522
29 -46 - 1
5.
Jamie Martin
504
30 - 45 - 1
6.
Dave Stireman
442
19 - 35 - 1
7.
Jamie Martin
440
33 - 51 - 2
Paul Waite
440
26 - 59 - 4
9.
Steve Buck
436
28 - 46 - 0
10.
Cameron Higgins 432
21 - 31 - 1
11.
Jeff Carlson
434
23 - 36 - 0
12.
Dave Stireman
428 26 - 44 - 1
13.
Cameron Higgins
413
27 - 37 - 1
14.
Cameron
Higgins
410
31 - 47 - 0
2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL
15.
Bryan Martin
401
22 - 32 - 0
*NCAA Division 1-AA Single Game Record
9494
.PCT
.758
.690
.568
.630
.600
.529
.647
.441
.609
.677
.639
.591
.730
.659
.688
PCT
.656
.620
.598
.637
.545
.609
.624
.547
.511
.591
TDs
4
5
6
5
3
4
7
6
2
4
6
2
2
4
3
TDs
36
35
23
30
23
20
20
19
26
19
PSEF
166.40
147.60
143.15
138.20
137.21
127.29
132.90
136.09
133.83
144.50
YEAR
2008
1991
1990
2009
1985
1992
1996
1987
1988
1994
PSEF
OPPONENT
175.18 at Idaho St. 1991
169.74 Montana St. 1992
204.91 No. Arizona 1993
189.90
Cal Poly 1995
178.30
Montana 1990
192.37
at Idaho St. 1985
174.62
E. Wash. 1991
126.71
at Idaho 1968
154.80 No. Arizona 1997
220.93
Idaho State 2007
220.16
So. Utah 1988
151.25
at Montana 1985
179.17 No. Colorado 2008
190.33 at Portland St. 2009
204.95
Idaho St. 1994
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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS
YR.
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1963
PLAYER
Austin Chipoletti
Mike Hoke
Mike Hoke
Cameron Higgins
Cameron Higgins
Cameron Higgins
Cameron Higgins
Ian Pizarro
Ian Pizarro
Ian Pizarro
Kyle Bauer
Tate Bennett
Tyler Gladwell
Cole Cooper
Cole Cooper
Chris Wallace
Steve Buck
Roger Cook
Bryan Martin
Bryan Martin
Brad Otton
Jamie Martin
Jamie Martin
Jamie Martin
Ryan Schmidt
Jeff Carlson
Jeff Carlson
Phil Cooper
Dave Stireman
Dave Stireman
Tim Bernal
Tim Bernal
Milt Myers
Bill Tantillo
Bill Kelly
Morris Bledsoe
Morris Bledsoe
Rod Bockwoldt
Rod Bockwoldt
Ross Goddard
Blaine Church
John Edwards
John Edwards
Dale Mager
Bob Quarry
Paul Waite
Paul Waite
Tim Jones
Tim Jones
Ron Haun
Lynn Smith
ATT
302
341
262
359
454
465
233
189
313
134
168
311
362
302
247
216
299
442
261
337
314
463
500
428
295
352
364
263
378
188
383
400
341
204
184
304
262
313
91
169
113
30
36
111
71
296
218
226
108
76
158
CMP
172
197
164
210
289
305
131
100
161
69
83
181
201
179
132
101
149
276
164
199
183
282
310
256
151
180
199
135
206
93
218
226
177
103
88
176
138
183
44
86
47
8
12
50
35
144
107
130
57
39
77
HIGHEST WEBER STATE
PASSING GAMES
1. *624 47-62-2
2.
575 27-47-0
3.
522 29-46-1
4. 504 30-45-1
5. 502 23-34-2
INT YARDS TD
9
9
4
11
20
13
9
7
11
3
6
11
9
12
10
9
9
12
9
5
10
14
17
15
13
22
11
14
18
5
10
17
14
8
12
13
10
21
5
16
11
1
5
9
3
21
8
13
7
5
6
1,650
2,065
2,080
2,512
3,326
4,477
1,959
1,197
2,357
1,038
1,351
2,228
2,733
2,289
1,829
1,358
2,393
3,207
2,377
2,799
2,307
3,207
4215
3,700
1,896
2,968
3,044
2,218
3,247
1,345
2,738
2,431
1,911
1,175
1,178
2,128
1,895
2,268
668
1,194
686
246
248
644
416
2,226
1,210
1,737
848
515
1,185
8
13
19
15
30
36
17
7
17
3
10
16
22
20
13
4
15
20
18
19
15
20
35
23
9
26
19
14
23
8
14
12
17
4
8
14
9
17
2
5
3
1
2
6
1
21
7
11
8
3
8
at Idaho State
Northern Arizona
Cal Poly
Montana
Adams State
1991
1993
1995
1990
1986
*NCAA Division FCS single-game record
1.
2.
5.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
5.
LOWEST WEBER STATE
PASSING GAMES
-8 1-11-0
0
0-2-0
0
0-3-1
0
0-3-0
5
2-5-0
538
514
492
485
482
0
0
0
0
13
Idaho1969
at UNLV 1971
Northern Arizona 1971
Boise State 1971
at Western State 1965
HIGHEST OPPONENT
PASSING GAMES
43-73-1
38-48-0
29-55-1
35-56-0
28-52-2
at Portland State
at Montana
Cal Poly
at Portland State
at Brigham Young
LOWEST OPPONENT
PASSING GAMES
0-3-0
1-7-0
0-4-0
1-5-0
4-14-0
at UTEP
Montana
Montana
Montana
Fort Lewis
1980
1995
1995
2007
1979
1983
1973
1971
1967
2007
450-YARD INDIVIDUAL
OPPONENT GAMES
1. 493 36-46-0 Dave Dickenson
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
485
474
466
460
452
451
450
35-56-0
32-55-1
29-53-2
41-60-0
31-52-0
37-58-5
37-62-3
at Montana 1995
Drew Hubel at Portland State 2007
Neil Lomax at Portland State 1980
Brad Lebo
at Montana 1991
Brent Pease Montana 1986
Travis Brown Northern Arizona 1997
Chris Vargas
at Nevada 1993
Brady AttawayStephen F. Austin 2013
LONGEST WEBER STATE PASS PLAYS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
97
96
92
88
87
85
84
83
81
80
80
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Charlie Grayson -- Rick Bojak at Boise State 1972
Paul Waite -- Dave MacGillivray Boise State 1968
Bryan Martin -- Pokey Eckford
W. Montana 1994
Bryan Martin -- Pokey Eckford
St. Mary’s 1995
Bryan Martin -- Joel Pelagio-Williams Cal Poly 1995
Paul Waite -- Emmett White, Sr.
at Idaho 1968
John Edwards -- Dan Leisure at Idaho St. 1971
Mike Hoke -- Shaydon Kehano
Idaho State 2011
Paul Waite -- Randy Montgomery at NAU 1968
Mike Hoke -- Joe Collins
NAU 2010
Cameron Higgins -- Mike Phillips
at EWU 2009
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RUSHING
CAREER LEADERS / YARDS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5. 6. 7.
8.
9.
10. 11. 12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
NAME
Trevyn Smith
Nick Chournos
Lee White
Morgan Welch
Fine Unga
Jack Brown
Johnnie Gray III
Geoff Mitchell
Josh Booker
Henry Owens
Sean Sanders
Bo Bolen
George Jackson
Sam Gipson
C.J. Tuckett
Eric Hill
Derek Poole
Vonn Robinson
Freddie Cook
Kelvin Matthews
Clemente Sainten
Don Reddic
Brian Gladwell
Al Butler
Dwight Richards
Markeith Ross
Mark Billmire
YARDS
5,029
3,593
3,062
2,637
2,298
2,189
2,167
2,078
1,854
1,739
1,705
1,695
1,680
1,671
1,633
1,566
1,564
1,454
1,449
1,432
1,416
1,333
1,323
1,272
1,225
1,113
1,097
ATTS.
997
735 648
507
406
472
442
445
365
298
407
364
376
374
274
421
291
382
295
316
328
299
302
199
245
169
230
TDs
43
30
34
24
19
25
22
31
12
25
36
11
16
17
18
8
10
13
17
11
15
8
2
7
12
12
5
YEARS
2006-09
2001-04
1965-67
1996-99
1987-88
1968-70
2000-01
1987-92
2010-13
1965-67
1984-87
2009-10, 13
1987-90
1968-69
2009-12
1976-79
1997-99
1992-95
1982-85
1979-82
1995-96
1974-75
1973-74
1971-72
1990-92
1993
1975-77
SEASON LEADERS / YARDS
NAME
1.Nick Chournos
2. Morgan Welch
3.Trevyn Smith
4. Johnnie Gray III
5. Lee White
6. Trevyn Smith
7. Fine Unga
8. Geoff Mitchell
9. Trevyn Smith
10. Markeith Ross
10. Nick Chournos
11. Lee White
12. Fine Unga
13. Derek Poole
15. Trevyn Smith
YARDSG ATT. TD YEAR
1,649 12297132003
1,629
11 305 13 1998
1,585 14295212008
1,571
11 305 15 2001
1,378
10 284 9
1967
1,314
11 263 7
2007
1,266
11 233 13 1988
1,170
11 239 24 1991
1,129
11 205 8
2006
1,113
11 169 12 1993
1,052
11 258 8
2004
1,034
9
196 15 1966
1,032
11 173 6
1987
1,023
11 168 6
1998
1,001
12 234 7
2009
2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL
9696
CAREER LEADERS / TD’S
1.
2. 3.
4.
5.
6. 8.
9.
10. NAME
Trevyn Smith
Sean Sanders
Lee White
Geoff Mitchell
Nick Chournos
Henry Owens
Jack Brown
Morgan Welch
Johnnie Gray III
Fine Unga
TDs
43
36
34
31
30
25
25
24
22
19
YEARS
2006-09
1984-87
1965-67
1987-92
2001-04
1965-67
1968-70
1996-99
2000-01
1987-88
SEASON LEADERS / TD’S
1.
2.
3.
4.
6.
9.
13.
14.
NAME
Geoff Mitchell
Trevyn Smith
Sean Sanders
Lee White
Johnnie Gray III
Nick Chournos
Morgan Welch
Fine Unga
Markeith Ross
Sean Sanders
Sam Gipson
Henry Owens
Jack Brown
C.J. Tuckett
Vai Tafuna
George Jackson
Dave Stireman
Lee White
TDs
24
21
20
15
15
13
13
13
12
12
12
12
11
10
10
10
10
10
YEAR
1991
2008
1987
1966
2001
2003
1998
1988
1993
1986
1969
1965
1970
2011
2010
1990
1985
1965
C.J. Tuckett
GAME LEADERS / YARDS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
NAME
C.J. Tuckett
Markieth Ross
Lee White
Markeith Ross
Henry Owens
C.J. Tuckett
Morgan Welch
Johnnie Gray III
Nick Chournos
Nick Chournos
Markeith Ross
Trevyn Smith
YDS. ATT. TDS.
289
280
276
271
262
254
254
240
234
227
226
225
36
36
44
39
23
27
34
37
41
38
43
38
OPPONENT
2 at Idaho State (2012)
3
at Nevada (1993)
3
Idaho (1967)
4
So. Utah (1993)
2 at Western St. (1965)
3
No. Arizona (2011)
0
at Idaho St. (1998)
3 Sacramento St. (2001)
2 at Portland St. (2003)
1
Idaho St. (2003)
1
at Idaho St. (1993)
1 at Portland St. (2007)
MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS IN A GAME
5 - C.J. Tuckett - at Portland State - 2011
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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS
YR.
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1963
PLAYER
Bo Bolen
C.J. Tuckett
Josh Booker
Bo Bolen
Trevyn Smith
Trevyn Smith
Trevyn Smith
Trevyn Smith
Zach Hall
Nick Chournos
Nick Chournos
Nick Chournos
Johnnie Gray III
Johnnie Gray III
Derek Poole
Morgan Welch
Derek Poole
Clemente Sainten
Clemente Sainten
Larry Rogers
Markeith Ross
Dwight Richards
Geoff Mitchell
George Jackson
George Jackson
Fine Unga
Fine Unga
Sean Sanders
Freddie Cook
Wes Cooper
Dennis Rogan
Kelvin Matthews
Kelvin Matthews
Kelvin Matthews
Eric Hill
Eric Hill
Mark Billmire
Mark Billmire
Don Reddic
Chad Drecksel
Brian Gladwell
Al Butler
Al Butler
Jack Brown
Sam Gipson
Jack Brown
Lee White
Lee White
Henry Owens
Frank Bentley
Frank Kaaa
RUSH
123
186
118
158
234
295
263
205
188
258
297
174
305
137
168
305
123
183
145
124
169
167
239
183
147
233
173
195
166
71
140
110
87
77
124
140
111
99
161
127
158
90
109
142
223
166
284
196
150
83
90
YARDS
549
959
701
704
1,001
1,585
1,314
1,129
848
1,052
1,686
874
1,571
596
1,023
1,629
541
791
625
591
1,113
781
1,170
745
773
1,266
1,032
945
893
314
613
482
474
341
440
539
567
438
737
705
752
545
727
636
987
735
1,378
1,034
929
323
433
AVG
4.5
5.2
5.9
4.6
4.3
5.4
5.0
5.5
4.5
4.1
5.6
5.0
5.2
4.4
6.1
5.3
4.4
4.3
4.3
4.8
6.6
4.7
4.9
4.1
5.3
5.4
6.0
4.9
5.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
5.4
4.4
3.5
3.9
5.1
4.4
4.6
5.6
4.7
6.1
6.7
4.5
4.6
4.4
4.8
5.3
6.2
3.9
4.8
TD
5
8
5
3
7
21
7
8
9
8
13
9
15
7
6
13
4
9
6
5
12
7
24
10
4
13
6
12
8
2
7
5
5
1
0
6
4
1
2
5
1
3
4
11
12
5
9
15
13
2
6
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
HIGHEST WEBER STATE RUSHING GAMES
490
460
421
417
413
70 atts
84 atts
73 atts
70 atts
56 atts
LOWEST WEBER STATE
RUSHING GAMES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
-43
-38
-36
-20
-19
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
515 504
458 440
437 24 atts
24 atts
20 atts
26 atts
25 atts
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
-24
-23
-19 -2
-1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
298
281
274
265
255
243
239
233
221
220
97
93
93
84
82
80
80
80
78
76
75
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at Montana
a tColorado State
Northern Arizona
at Hawai’i
Montana State
HIGHEST OPPONENT
RUSHING GAMES
83 atts
61 atts 70 atts
47 atts
79 atts
at Idaho
at Air Force
Montana State
at Utah State
at Montana
1971
1972
1971
2012
1970
1989
2006
1977
2008
1976
1976
1992
1976
2011
1970
LOWEST OPPONENT
RUSHING GAMES
.
1
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
at Cal State Northridge
at Northern Arizona
Boise State
at Idaho State
at Northern Arizona
33 atts
15 atts
35 atts
39 atts
33 atts
Fort Lewis 1984
at Portland State 1966
Puget Sound 1981
Fort Lewis 2007
Idaho State 2011
HIGHEST INDIVIDUAL
OPPONENT GAMES
Don Hass Archie Amerson
Anthony Corley Yohance Humphrey
Ray McDonald Ryan Johnson
Ray Strong Emmett White
Mark Fredback Ray Whalen
at Montana State
at Northern Arizona
Nevada
at Montana
at Idaho
Montana State
at UNLV
at Utah State
at Idaho
Nevada
LONGEST RUSHING PLAYS
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Chad Drecksel Eli Smith
Sam Gipson
Clemente Sainten
Derek Poole
Henry Owens Johnnie Gray
Justin White
Buford Wilson
Jack Brown Charlie Grayson
at Boise State
South Dakota State
at Portland State
at No. Arizona
at Montana
at Western State
Sacramento State
at Idaho State
at Northern Arizona
Montana State
Cal State Northridge
1967
1996
1982
2001
1966
2001
1977
2001
1973
1990
1971
1976
1968
1996
1999
1965
2001
2008
1970
1968
1971
LONGEST NON-SCORING RUN
82 - Derek Poole - at Montana - 1999
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RECEIVING
CAREER LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
17.
18.
19.
20.
NAME
Tim Toone
Wade Orton
Mike Phillips
Trevor Shaw
Peter Macon
Taurus McGhee
Pokey Eckford
Dave Hall
Justin DeFour
Craig Slama
Rick Justice
Dell Stilson
Jon Fuller
Nate Burchette
Joe Collins
Curt Miller
Bryant Eteuati
Cam Quayle
Dave MacGillivray
Ryan Nath
Shaydon Kehano
(Yardage)
YARDS
3,607
2,922
2,518
2,383
2,151
2,145
2,109
2,086
2,051
2,045
2,036
1,977
1,975
1,926
1,501
1,501
1,430
1,414
1,395
1,360
1,268
REC.
206
170
148
206
177
134
177
138
109
140
145
129
91
125
109
102
112
149
80
71
71
TDs
29
18
19
17
15
12
12
14
17
17
13
16
16
13
10
14
10
10
9
11
12
YEARS 2006-09
1984-88
2006-10
1989-93
1986-89
1994-97
1992-95
1986-91
2000-03
1982-85
1986-90
1988-94
1986-91
1989-93
2008-10
1978-81
2005-08
1994-97
1967-68
2001-04
2010-13
SEASON LEADERS
(Yardage)
NAME
YARDS
REC.
1. %Tim Toone
1,525
84
2.
#Craig Slama1,29077
3. #Alfred Pupunu
1,204
93
4. #Wade Orton
1,113
57
5. !Tim Toone
1,109
83
6. Dave MacGillivray 1,103
57
7. Randy Jordan
1,078
62
8. Pokey Eckford
1,074
77
9. Dell Stilson
1,064
60
10. Taurus McGhee
1,062
61
%14 Games
!12 Games
TDs
7
9
12
9
10
7
9
6
8
5
#11 Games
YEAR
2008
1985
1991
1988
2009
1968
1978
1995
1994
1997
CAREER LEADERS
(Receptions: 100+)
NAME
REC.
YARDS TDs
1. Tim Toone
206
3,607
*29
Trevor Shaw
206
2,383
17
3. Peter Macon
177
2,151
15
4. Wade Orton
170
2,922
18
5. Pokey Eckford
158
2,109
12
6. Cam Quayle
149
1,414
10
7. Mike Phillips
148
2,518
19
8. Rick Justice
145
2,036
13
9. Craig Slama
140
2,045
17
10. Dave Hall
138
2,086
14
11. Taurus McGhee
134
2,145
12
12. Pat McNerney
135
1,283
8
13. Dell Stilson
129
1,977
16
14.
Justin DeFour1262,051
17
15. Nate Burchette
125
1,926
13
16. Freddie Cook
120
1,515
9
17. Trevyn Smith
118
1,349
9
18. Bryant Eteuati
112
1,430
10
19. Joe Collins
109
1,501
10
20. Damon Greenberry 106
1,357
16
21. Curt Miller
102
1,501
14
22. Alfred Pupunu
101
1,291
12
Bo Bolen
86
728
4
SEASON
LEADERS
(Receptions)
NAME
REC.
YARDS
TDs YEAR
1. !Alfred Pupunu
93
1,204
12
1991
2. #Peter Macon
92
1,047
6
1989
3. %Tim Toone
84
1,525
7
2008
4. !Tim Toone
83
1,109
10
2009
5. Pokey Eckford
77
1,074
6
1995
Craig Slama
77
1,290
9
1985
7. Dave Hall
73
1,043
10
1991
Rick Justice
73
880
3
1990
9. Trevor Shaw
65
879
6
1990
10. !Erik Walker
62
658
3
2013
%Trevyn Smith
62
778
7
2008
Cam Quayle62
6587
1996
Randy Jordan
62
1,078
9
1978
%14 Games
!12 Games
2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL
Tim Toone
9898
YEARS
2006-09
1989-93
1986-89
1984-88
1992-95
1994-97
2006-10
1986-90
1982-85
1986-91
1994-97
1992-94
1988-94
2000-03
1989-93
1982-85
2006-09
2005-08
2008-10
1999-01
1978-81
1990-91
2009-13
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RECEIVING
GAME LEADERS
YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS
YR.
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1963
PLAYER
Erik Walker
Xavian Johnson
Shaydon Kehano
Joe Collins
Tim Toone
Tim Toone
Bryant Eteuati
Marky Filipe
Lynzell Jackson
Chris McConnell
Justin DeFour
Scott Peery
Justin DeFour
Jon Jefferson
Ryan Prince
Taurus McGhee
Taurus McGhee
Taurus McGhee
Pokey Eckford
Dell Stilson
Trevor Shaw
Nate Burchette
Alfred Pupunu
Rick Justice
Peter Macon
Wade Orton
Wade Orton
Wade Orton
Craig Slama
Craig Slama
Ray McNeil
Gerald Bradley
Eric Allen
Eric Allen
Curt Miller
Randy Jordan
Tom Coleman
Tom Coleman
Rick Molina
Gary Childress
Rob Conrad
Rick Bojak
Dan Leisure
Mark Laughrey
Mark Laughrey
Dave MacGillivray
Phil Tuckett
Phil Tuckett
Henry Owens
Dennis Anderson
Lynn Corbridge
* Led NCAA Division I-AA
REC
62
33
43
61
83
84
53
44
39
33
34
46
52
60
33
29
61
55
77
60
55
47
93
73
92
57
54
57
77
53
34
27
46
28
33
62
34
42
19
34
26
7
6
31
20
57
43
52
14
17
23
YARDS
658
519
883
1,046
1,109
1,525
720
459
672
627
695
501
826
1,043
508
503
1,062
778
1,074
1,064
600
765
1,204
880
*1,047
1,113
919
846
1,290
655
508
474
543
488
545
1,078
638
537
265
495
390
272
138
510
410
1,103
476
738
294
163
336
TD
3
2
8
6
10
7
4
2
5
2
9
4
4
6
1
1
5
5
6
8
4
7
12
3
6
9
4
5
9
7
0
0
5
3
6
9
2
2
1
1
4
2
2
6
4
7
4
6
4
0
2
(Yardage)
NAME
1. Joel Pelagio-Williams
2. D. MacGillivray
3. Wade Orton
4. Craig Slama
5. Wade Orton
6. Pokey Eckford
7. Jon Jefferson
8. Wade Orton
9. Wade Orton
10. Alfred Pupunu
YDS
261
234
230
224
218
213
208
207
202
200
REC. TDs
9
6
10
7
12
12
8
12
7
14
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
3
1
OPPONENT
Cal Poly 1995
Boise St. 1968
at Montana St. 1987
No. Arizona 1985
at Montana 1987
E. Washington 1995
at Idaho State 2000
at Idaho 1988
at No. Arizona 1988
Idaho 1991
GAME LEADERS
(Receptions)
1.
3.
4.
7.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
NAME
Phil Swan
Alfred Pupunu
Alfred Pupunu
Peter Macon Phil Tuckett
Dave Hall
Peter Macon
Wade Orton
Wade Orton
Trevor Shaw
Pokey Eckford
Norvel Young
Cam Quayle
252
221
213
201
198
198
REC. YDS
15
15
14
13 13
13
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
125
166
200
109
101
131
130
218
207
146
213
168
124
TDs
0
2
1
0
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
OPPONENT
Utah State
at Idaho State
Idaho
at Montana
Western State
E. Washington
Idaho
at Montana
at Idaho
McNeese State
E. Washington
at Montana
at Toledo
1980
1991
1991
1989
1967
1991
1989
1987
1988
1992
1995
1995
1996
TOP FIVE OPPONENT
RECEIVING GAMES
10 rec
11 rec
5 rec
9 rec
8 rec
9 rec
3 TDs
3 TDs
2 TDs
2 TDs
0 TDs
3 TDs
Kevin Curtis
at Utah State 2001
Tony Vallez
at Montana State 1997
Vic Wallace
at Idaho 1982
Tyrone Taylor at Sacramento St. 1996
Tim White
at Montana 1985
Marvin Turk
at Montana 1981
100 YARDS
RUSHING & RECEIVING IN SAME GAME
Henry Owens vs. Portland State
Nov. 13, 1965 in Ogden, Utah
18 - 158 yds Rushing (3 TDs)
3 - 113 yds Receiving (2 TDs)
Trevyn Smith vs. Idaho State
Nov. 13, 2007 in Ogden, Utah
33 - 115 yds Rushing (3 TDs)
5 - 120 yds Receiving (2 TDs)
Trevyn Smith at Montana (FCS Playoff Game)
Dec. 6, 2008 in Missoula, Montana
193 - 104 yds Rushing (1 TD)
7 - 129 yds Receiving (0 TDs)
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RETURNS
CAREER LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
NAME
*Bryant Eteuati
Bo Bolen
Wiley King
Kris Parham
Eric Brown
Freddie Cook
Fine Unga
Maurice Jackson
Junior Crockett
Jamarcus Stewart
Dwight Richards
Henry Owens
Orin Trussel
Clemente Sainten
Randle Anderson
RETS.
100
85
98
54
48
49
48
50
33
43
45
32
33
34
30
(Based on ret. yards)
YARDS AVG. RET.
2,644
26.44
2,097
24.67
2,031
20.72
1,148
21.36
1,078
22.46
999
20.38
967
20.14
947
18.94
919
27.85
868
20.18
828
18.40
783
24.47
715
21.66
681
20.02
673
22.43
*Big Sky Conference Career Leader for returns and yards
SEASON LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
NAME
Bryant Eteuati
Bo Bolen
Bo Bolen
Wiley King
Eric Brown
Fine Unga
Bryant Eteuati
Kris Parham
Greg Kramer
Maurice Jackson
A.J. Coney
Herb Craft
Kris Parham
Orin Trussel
Wiley King
RETS.
43
39
35
29
28
31
27
29
29
29
22
20
25
24
27
YARDS
1,199
958
847
767
684
652
616
615
603
582
545
538
533
504
498
GAME LEADERS
NAME
RETS.
1. Bryant Eteuati
7
2. Bryant Eteuati
8
3. Jamaal Petersen 7
4. Bryant Eteuati
6
5. Bo Bolen
7
6. Eric Brown
6
7. Barrinton Collins 8
8. C.J. Tuckett
4
9. Maurice Jackson 7
10. Dwight Richards 6
11. Wiley King
8
12. Travis McLean
6
13. Eric Allen
6
14. Greg Kramer
6
2011 WEBER STATE
15. Jamarcus Stewart 6
100
100
TDs
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
1
1
YEARS
2005-08
2009-13
2002-05
2011-12
1983-86
1982-85
1987-88
1987-90
1981-85
1993-95
1989-91
1965-67
1973-74
1995-96
1970-71
(Based on ret. yards)
AVG. RET.
27.88
24.56
24.20
26.45
24.43
21.03
22.81
21.21
20.79
20.06
24.77
26.90
21.30
21.00
18.44
TDs
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
YEAR
2007
2009
2010
2004
1986
1987
2008
2012
1979
1989
2013
2000
2011
1975
2005
LONGEST WEBER STATE
KICKOFF RETURNS
1.100
100
100
100
100
100
7. 97
97
9. 94
94
94
13. 93
14. 91
15.*90
Bo Bolen
Stephen F. Austin
Cordero Dixon
Montana
Bryant Eteuati
Montana
James McCowan
Eastern Oregon
Clemente Sainten
Western State
Junior Crockett at Idaho State
Randall Anderson Drake
Sam Gipson Idaho State
Don Reddic Boise State
James McCowan
Western State
Herb Craft
Montana
Jamarcus Stewart at Louisiana-Monroe
Buford Wilson at Montana
Henry Owens at Idaho
2013
2012
2006
2002
1996
1981
1970
1968
1975
2003
2000
1994
1970
1966
*Non-Scoring Return
LAST WEBER STATE KICKOFF
RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN
Bo Bolen
100-Yards vs. Stephen F. Austin
Aug. 31, 2013
LAST OPPONENT KICKOFF
RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN
Aaron Woods - Portland State
97-Yards
1:38 - 3rd Quarter
September 26, 2009 - Portland, Oregon
(Based on ret. yards)
YARDS TDs
210
0
203
0
196
0
187
1
168
0
162
0
149
0
144
0
142
0
141
0
140
0
132
0
128
0
127
0
FOOTBALL
118
0
OPPONENT
at Portland State
at Boise State
at Portland State
at Cal Poly
at William & Mary
Nevada at Montana
Northern Arizona
Idaho E. Washington at Montana State
at Portland State at Idaho Montana State at Montana YEAR
2007
2007
2001
2007
2009
1986
2011
2011
1989
1991
2002
1986
198
1979
1993
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PUNT
RETURNS
CAREER LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
NAME
*Bryant Eteuati
Tim Toone
Pokey Eckford
Taurus McGhee
Jim Edwards
Henry Owens
Chris Darrington
Josh Andrews
Scott Thomas
Joel Pelagio-Williams
Jordan Brown
Rich Willis
Dallas Drecksel
Dewey Crayton
Herb Craft
RETS. YARDS
117
39
54
50
34
31
26
44
45
37
25
30
19
30
9
1,206
566
502
462
458
429
415
413
382
324
294
270
186
180
161
AVG. RET.
10.30
14.51
9.30
9.24
13.47
13.84
15.96
9.39
8.49
8.76
11.76
9.00
9.79
6.00
17.89
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
NAME
Josh Andrews
Tim Toone
Bryant Eteuati
Bryant Eteuati
Pokey Eckford
Bryant Eteuati
Jordan Brown
Bryant Eteuati
Taurus McGhee
Joel Pelagio-Williams
Taurus McGhee
Scott Thomas
Dallas Drecksel
Melvin Maxwell
Randy Montgomery
RETS. YARDS
41
19
36
26
24
24
24
31
20
28
26
31
19
21
20
389
378
345
314
310
291
279
256
240
233
196
193
186
182
172
GAME LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
TDs
YEARS
2
2005-08
3
2006-09
1
1992-95
0
1994-97
3
1969-70
1
1965-67
1
1984-86
1 1998, 2000
0
1977-78
1
1992-95
0
2009-10
0
1985-89
0
2002-05
0
2002-05
0
2000
(Min. 70 yards)
1.%95- Tim
2.94
3.90
2.84
3.83
4.80
5.75
6.*73
73
*Big Sky Career Leader for returns and yards
SEASON LEADERS
LONGEST WEBER STATE
PUNT RETURNS
(Based on ret. yards)
NAME
Chris Darrington
Joel Pelagio-Williams
Josh Andrews
Scott Thomas
Herb Craft
Bryant Eteauti
Pokey Eckford
Bryant Eteuati
Bryant Eteauti
Jim Edwards
Tim Toone
Dallas Drecksel
Tim Toone
Josh Andrews
Cardedrick Foreman
RETS.
5
5
8
7
5
6
5
6
6
7
4
4
6
4
7
YDs
142
110
105
105
102
98
98
97
96
92
90
89
87
86
86
(Based on ret. yards)
AVG. RET.
9.49
19.89
9.58
12.10
12.92
12.12
11.63
8.26
12.00
8.32
7.54
6.22
9.79
8.67
8.60
TDs
1
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
Toone
Sacramento St. 2009
- Randle Anderson
North Texas 1971
- Tim Toone
Northern Arizona 2009
- Herb Craft
Montana 2000
- Pokey Eckford
Western Montana 1994
- Chris Darrington
Idaho State 1986
- Henry Owens
Montana 1965
- Jerry Williams
Northern Arizona 1969
- Joel Pelagio-Williams Southern Utah 1992
%Big Sky Conference Record
*Non-Scoring Return
LAST WEBER STATE PUNT
RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN
Tim Toone - 90-yards
vs. Northern Arizona
November 14, 2009
Ogden, Utah - 6:50 - 3rd Quarter
YEAR
2000
LAST WEBER STATE BLOCKED PUNT
2009
2007
RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN
2006
Brady Fosmark: Blocked kick
1994
returned - 10-yards by Rodregis Smith
2008
vs. Eastern Washington - Nov. 2, 2002
2010
2005
1997
LAST OPPONENT PUNT
1992
RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN
1996
1978
LaRue Burley: Southern Utah 78-yards
2004
September 10, 2006 - Ogden, Utah 2nd Quarter
1989
1968
(Based on ret. yards)
TDs
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
OPPONENT YEAR
Idaho State
1986
Southern Utah 1993
E. Washington 2000
Idaho State
1978
Montana
2000
Portland State 2006
Montana State 1994
at Portland St. 2007
Fort Lewis
2007
Idaho
1969
No. Arizona
2009
North Dakota St.2004
E. Washington 2006
W. New Mexico 2000
Western State 1999
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CAREER LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
NAME
Trevyn Smith
Bryant Eteuati
Bo Bolen
Tim Toone
Nick Chournos
Freddie Cook
Fine Unga
Henry Owens
Wiley King
Lee White
Johnnie Gray III
RUSH
5,029
46
1,695
2
3,593
1,449
2,298
1,739
18
3,062
2,167
REC.
1,349
1,430
728
3,607
445
1,515
391
608
1,235
178
542
SEASON LEADERS
NAME
1.
Johnnie Gray III
2.
Trevyn Smith
3.
Bryant Eteuati
4.
Fine Unga
5.
Fine Unga
6.
Freddie Cook
7.
Nick Chournos
8.
Tim Toone
9.
Henry Owens
10.
Morgan Welch
11.
Bo Bolen
12.
Tim Toone
13.
Geoff Mitchell
14.
Trevyn Smith
RUSH
1,571
1,585
19
1,032
1,266
893
1,649
0
929
1,629
442
2
1,170
1,314
GAME LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
NAME
C.J. Tuckett
Chris Darrington
Bryant Eteuati
Henry Owens
Bo Bolen
C.J. Tuckett
Lee White
Nick Chournos
Bo Bolen
Henry Owens
Fine Unga
Markeith Ross
Freddie Cook
Markeith Ross
RUSH
254
0
5
262
156
289
276
223
207
158
220
280
88
271
REC.
446
778
720
162
229
644
128
1,525
294
43
2669
1,190
160
204
RET.
42
3,850
252
890
123
999
974
1,212
2,041
0
401
YARDS
6,420
5,326
4,563
4,499
4,160
3,963
3,663
3,559
3,294
3,240
3,110
YEARS
2006-09
2005-08
2009-13
2006-09
2001-04
1982-85
1987-88
1965-67
2002-05
1965-67
2000-01
(Min. 1,500 yds)
RET.
369
0
1,544
652
315
274
0
220
492
0
958
447
196
0
YARDS
2,386
2,363
2,283
1,846
1,817
1,812
1,777
1,745
1,715
1,672
1,669
1,558
1,526
1,518
YEAR
2001
2008
2007
1987
1988
1985
2003
2008
1965
1997
2009
2009
1991
2007
Trevyn Smith
Johnnie Gray III
(Min. 275 yds)
REC.
9
139
28
0
25
14
25
61
43
113
4
0
188
4
2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL
102
102
(Min. 3,000 yds)
RET.
144
228
308
75
152
0
0
12
45
22
57
0
0
0
YARDS
407
367
341
337
333
303
301
296
295
293
281
280
276
275
OPPONENT Northern Arizona
Idaho State at Portland State at Western State Portland State
at Idaho State
Idaho at Sacramenont St.
at No. Colorado
Portland St. Northern Arizona at Nevada at Idaho State Southern Utah We b erS t ateS po r ts.co m
YEAR
2011
1986
2007
1965
2010
2012
1967
2002
2009
1965
1987
1993
1985
1993
102
2014 WILDCAT FOOTBALL
FIELD GOALS
CAREER LEADERS
NAME
MADE
1.
2.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
10.
11.
12.
Scott Shields
Roger Ruzek
Joe Johnson
Shaun McClain
Greg Patterson
Jaime Nunez
Mike Minnoch
Mike Korvas
Craig Winberg
Mike Snoy
Connor Foley
Jon Williams
67
46
46
37
36
34
34
25
24
19
12
10
LONGEST FIELD GOALS
FGsFGs
ATT. .PCT
90
78
73 57
61
83
48
37
43
34
23
15
LONG YEARS
.744
.590
.630
.649
.590
.410
.708
.676
.558
.559
.522
.667
55
51
52
50
53
50
52
49
55
47
42
42
1995-98
1979-82
2002-05
2010-13
1986-89
1969-71
1994, 98-00
1976-77
1983-85
2006-09
2006-07
2008-09
SEASON LEADERS
NAME
MADE
1.
Jaime Nunez
19
2.
Scott Shields
18
3.
Scott Shields
17
Joe Johnson
17
5.
Roger Ruzek
16
Scott Shields
16
Scott Shields
16
8.
Shaun McClain
15
Mike Korvas
15
10. Mike Minnoch
13
Joe Johnson
13
12. Mike Snoy
12
13. Greg Patterson
11
Roger Ruzek
11
1. 55 - Craig Winbergat Idaho 1984
55 - Scott Shields
E. Washington 1998
2. 53 - Greg Patterson
Nicholls State 1988
3. 52 -
No. Arizona at Idaho Boise State Montana State Western State at No. Arizona Western State
Greg Patterson
Craig Winberg
Dannie Marrelli
Mike Minnoch
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Joe Johnson
4. 51 - Roger Ruzek
Scott Shields
FGs FGs
ATT.
.PCT
32
.594
24
.750
25
.680
22
.773
19
.842
18
.889
23
.696
20
.750
20
.750
17
.760
22
.590
20
.600
18
.611
19
.579
LONG
50
52
51
40
48
47
55
40
49
47
52
47
52
51
YEAR
1971
1996
1997
2004
1982
1995
1998
2010
1977
1999
2005
2009
1987
1979
1987
1984
1975
1994
1996
1996
2005
at Idaho State 1981
Utah State 1979
No. Arizona 1979
Portland State 1997
5. 50 - Shaun McClain Montana State 2013
Brent Chuhaniuk at Montana 1989
GAME LEADERS
FGsFGs
MD ATT %
LG
NAME
1. Scott Shields
2.Scott Shields
Joe Johnson
3. Craig Winberg
Roger Ruzek
4. Scott Shields
5. Greg Patterson
Greg Patterson
Mike Korvas
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Joe Johnson
Joe Johnson
Shaun McClain
5
4
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
5
4
4
5
5
6
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
1.000
1.000
1.000
.800
.800
.667
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
.750
OPPONENT
42Northern Arizona
46
St. Mary’s
36
at Sac State
55
at Idaho
47Nevada (3 OTs)
44at Portland State
34
at Nevada
52 Northern Arizona
36 Portland State
47 at W. Michigan
38 E. Washington
52 Western State
42 Western State
51 Portland State
29 Southern Utah
42
UC Davis
46
Cal Poly
1997
1995
2004
1984
1982
1996
1989
1987
1977
1995
1996
1996
1997
1997
2004
2004
2012
@weber s t ate
Roger Ruzek
103
103
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SCORING
CAREER LEADERS
NAME
TDs
PATs
FGs
PTS
YEARS
PTS
YEAR
1. Scott Shields
2
111*
67
325
1995-98
2.
Trevyn Smith522*03162006-09
3. Joe Johnson
0
116
46
254
2002-05
4. Greg Patterson
0
127
36
235
1986-89
5.
Sean Sanders
380 02281984-87
6.
Roger Ruzek0 83462211979-82
7.
Geoff Mitchell
351*02121987-92
8.
Lee White 342*02081965-67
9.
Shaun McClain
0 88371992010-13
10.
Tim Toone 320 01922006-09
11.
Jaime Nunez0 89341911969-71
12.
Nick Chournous
311*01882000-04
13.
Henry Owens
302*01841965-67
14. Mike Minnoch
0
79
34
181
94, 98-00
*Two-point conversion
SEASON LEADERS
NAME
TDs
PATs
FGs
Geoff Mitchell
1.
Geoff Mitchell
281*01701991
2.
Trevyn Smith280 01682008
3.
Sean Sanders
210 01261987
4. Johnnie Gray III
18
*1
0
110
2001
5.
Henry Owens
170 01021965
6.
Lee White 152*094 1966
7. Scott Shields
0
35
18
89
1996
8. Scott Shields
2
24
17
87
1997
Jon Williams
0
57
10
87
2008
10.
George Jackson
141*086 1990
11.
Fine Unga 140 084 1988
*Two-point conversion
GAME LEADERS
NAME
TDs
PATs FGs PTS
OPPONENT
1.
*Sean Sanders
6
0
0
36
*at Idaho
2.
Geoff Mitchell
5
1
0
32 at Montana State
3.
C.J. Tuckett
5
0
0
30 at Portland State
Henry Owens
5
0
0
30
Portland State
Trevyn Smith
5
0
0
30
Idaho State
6.
George Jackson
4
0
0
24
Idaho State
Gerald Wilcox
4
0
0
24
Southern Utah
Eric Hill
4
0
0
24
at Idaho
Lee White
4
0
0
24
at No. Arizona
Markeith Ross
4
0
0
24
Southern Utah
Tim Toone
4
0
0
24
Sacramento St.
Tim Toone
4
0
0
24
Sacramento St.
Trevyn Smith
4
0
0
24 Montana Western
2011
Trevyn
Smith STATE
4
0
0
24
E. Washington
WEBER
FOOTBALL
Vai Tafuna
4
0
0
24
Montana
*NCAA Division I FCS Playoffs - First Round, single game record
104
104
1987
1991
2011
1965
2007
1990
1988
1978
1966
1993
2009
2007
2008
2008
2010
We b erS t ateS po r ts.co m
Sean Sanders
104
2014 WILDCAT FOOTBALL
SCORING
YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS
YEAR PLAYER
TD
FG
PAT
PTS
2013
Bo Bolen
60036
2012 Shaun McClain
0
9
22
49
2011 C.J. Tuckett
10
0
0
60
Shaun McClain
0
9
33
60
2010 Shaun McClain
0
15
24
69
2009 Tim Toone
12
0
0
72
2008 Trevyn Smith
28
0
0
168
2007 Tim Toone
10
0
0
60
2006
Trevyn Smith 80048
2005 Joe Johnson
0
13
32
71
2004 Joe Johnson
0
17
15
66
2003 Nick Chournos
13
0
0
78
2002 Nick Chournos
10
0
0
60
2001 Johnnie Gray
18
0
0
110
2000 Mike Minnoch
0
10
32
62
1999 Mike Minnoch
0
13
23
62
1998 Morgan Welch
13
0
0
78
1997 Scott Shields
2
17
24
87
1996 Scott Shields
0
18
35
89
1995 Scott Shields
0
16
28
76
1994
Dell Stilson 80052
1993 Markeith Ross
12
0
0
72
1992
Dwight Richards
70044
1991 Geoff Mitchell*
28
0
0
170
1990 George Jackson*
14
0
0
86
1989 Greg Patterson
0
8
19
43
1988 Fine Unga
14
0
0
84
1987 Sean Sanders
20
0
0
120
1986 Sean Sanders
13
0
0
78
1985 Freddie Cook
11
0
0
66
1984 Craig Winberg
0
10
31
61
1983 Freddie Cook
10
0
0
60
1982 Roger Ruzek
0
16
27
75
1981 Roger Ruzek
0
9
31
58
1980 Roger Ruzek
0
10
10
40
1979 Roger Ruzek
0
11
14
47
1978
Randy Jordan90054
1977 Mike Korvas
0
15
21
66
1976 Mike Korvas
0
10
23
53
1975 Dannie Marrelli
0
9
13
40
1974
Three-way tie 00036
1973
Jim Larson 70044
1972
Rick Bojak* 60038
1971 Jaime Nunez
0
19
24
81
1970 Jack Brown*
11
0
0
68
1969 Sam Gipson
12
0
0
72
1968 Sam Gipson*
10
0
0
62
1967
Lee White
90054
1966 Lee White*
15
0
0
94
1965 Henry Owens
17
0
0
102
1964
Duffy Deaver*20115
1963 Lynn Smith
6
0
19
55
TOP WEBER STATE
SCORING GAMES
.
1
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
74-6
73-68
70-7
67-28
63-33
63-59
62-20
62-6
61-0
60-0
60-41
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
VS.
vs.
vs.
vs.
(60+ points)
Portland State at Portland State
Cal State Los Angeles Northern Arizona Idaho State Eastern Washington Southern Utah Montana - Western
Western State
Wisconsin-Oshkosh at Idaho State 1965
2007
1966
1993
1986
1991
1985
2008
2005
1970
1991
TOP FIVE OPPONENT
SCORING GAMES
.
1
2.
3.
4.
6.
7.
8.
81 at Montana (81-22) 1999
79 at Idaho (79-30) 1994
75 at Portland State (75-0) 1980
70 at Utah State (70-6)
2013
70 at Utah (70-7)
2013
68 at Portland State (68-73)
2007
62 at NE Louisiana (62-37) 1994
59 Eastern Washington (59-63) 1991
59 at Northern Arizona (59-45) 1996
POINTS SCORED
Team Season High.................49545.01991
Team Season Low....................67 8.31980
Opponent
Season High...........................49741.42013
Opponent
Season Low............................10211.31965
LAST WEBER STATE SHUTOUT
23-0 at Northern Colorado
October 13, 2007 in Greeley, Colorado
(also last Big Sky game)
LAST WSU SHUTOUT AT HOME
* Includes two-point conversion
@weber s t ate
61-0 vs. Western State
September 3, 2005
LAST OPPONENT SHUTOUT
0-43 at Cal Poly
October 12, 2013
IN A BIG SKY GAME
0-43 at Cal Poly
October 12, 2013
105
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PUNTING
CAREER LEADERS AVG.
NAME
PUNTS
1. Tony Eppeson
140
2. Bob Hagedorn
54
3. Russell Griffith
112
4. Brent Chuhaniuk
129
Lyle Johnston
87
6. Scott Shields
157
7. Dannie Marrelli
61
8. Josh Kealamakia
97
9. Mike Snoy
*220
Steve Smith
122
11. Mike Korvas
111
12. Don Ritchey
108
13. Bill Kelly
57
14. John Pezeley
66
YARDS
6,127
2,349
4,776
5,489
3,702
6,580
2,539
3,944
*8,906
4,939
4,491
4,364
2,294
2,645
(Min 50 punts)
AVG.
43.76
43.50
42.64
42.55
42.55
41.91
41.62
40.70
40.48
40.48
40.45
40.40
40.24
40.07
YEARS
2010-13
1984
1985-86
1987-90
1963-65
1996-98
1975
2010-11
2006-09
1967-68
1976-77
1970-71
1979
1969
Brent Chuhaniuk
*Most Punts and Punting Yards in WSU history
SEASON LEADERS
(min 25 punts/42.00 avg.)
NAME
PUNTS
YARDS
1. Tony Epperson
32
1,536
2. Lyle Johnston
29
1,340
3. Brent Chuhaniuk
38
1,682
4. Steve Smith
63
2,783
5. Bob Hagedorn
54
2,340
6. Russell Griffith
50
2,158
7. Tony Epperson
*101
*4,356
8. Tyler McNannay
26
1,119
9. Lyle Johnston
30
1,282
10. Scott Shields
61
2,597
11. Scott Shields
48
2,043
12. Russell Griffith
62
2,618
13. Mike Korvas
52
2,193
14. Mike Snoy
54
2,276
*most punts and punting yards in a season in FCS history.
GAME LEADERS
NAME
PUNTS YDS
YEAR
2012
1965
1988
1967
1984
1985
2013
2012
1964
1998
1997
1986
1976
2007
Lyle Johnston
(Min. 3 punts)
AVG.
1. Tony Epperson
8
440
55.00
2. Lyle Johnston
7
372
53.14
3. Scott Shields
5
265
53.00
4. Tyler McNannay
5
258
51.60
5. Tony Epperson
3
154
51.33
6. Russell Griffith
6
306
51.00
7. Tony Epperson
10
507
50.70
8. Scott Shields
5
252
50.40
9. Russell Griffith
4
201
50.25
10. Wyat Kennah
5
251
50.20
2011
11.
Lyle WEBER
Johnston STATE
7 FOOTBALL
351
50.14
12. Brent Chuhaniuk
4
200
50.00
106
106
AVG.
48.00
46.20
44.26
44.17
43.33
43.16
43.13
43.04
42.73
42.57
42.56
42.22
42.17
42.15
OPPONENT
McNeese State 2012
Northern Arizona 1965
CS-Northridge 1996
at Southern Utah 2012
at UC Davis 2012
at Northern Arizona 1986
at BYU 2012
Southern Utah 1997
at Idaho 1986
at Idaho State 2004
Montana State 1965
at Northern Arizona 1988
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106
2014 WILDCAT FOOTBALL
PUNTING
YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS
YR.
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1963
PLAYER
Tony Epperson
Tony Epperson
Josh Kealamakia
Josh Kealamakia
Mike Snoy
Mike Snoy
Mike Snoy
Mike Snoy
Wyatt Kennah
Wyatt Kennah
Travis Atwood
Joey Spendlove
Wyatt Kennah
Travis Atwood
Joey Spendlove
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Tyler Gunderson
Bryan Martin
Roy Hudson
Roy Hudson
Roy Hudson
Brent Chuhaniuk
Brent Chuhaniuk
Brent Chuhaniuk
Dane Griffith
Dane Griffith
Dane Griffith
Bob Hagedorn
Kory Bosgieter
Kory Bosgieter
Curt Miller
Curt Miller
Bill Kelly
Curt Miller
Mike Korvas
Mike Korvas
Dannie Marrelli
Ralph Parish
Ralph Parish
Terry Bulych
Don Ritchey
Don Ritchey
John Pezeley
Steve Smith
Steve Smith
Burt Wilde
Lyle Johnston
Lyle Johnston
Lyle Johnston
* NCAA FCS single-season record
No.
*101
32
52
45
50
53
54
63
64
59
39
50
56
70
53
61
48
48
26
44
54
53
42
33
58
38
49
62
50
54
59
59
75
80
57
55
59
52
61
68
76
58
45
63
66
59
63
27
29
30
28
YARDS
*4,356
1,536
2,147
1,797
2,075
2,018
2,276
2,537
2,368
2,464
1,487
1,920
2,224
2,759
2,122
2,597
2,043
1,940
1,042
1,605
2,266
2,013
1,497
1,370
2,437
1,682
1,906
2,618
2,158
2,340
2,249
2,164
3,018
3,013
2,294
2,004
2,298
2,193
2,539
2,742
2,970
2,169
1,878
2,486
2,645
2,156
2,783
1,104
1,340
1,282
1,080
Avg.
43.1
48.0
41.3
39.9
41.5
38.1
42.1
40.3
37.0
41.8
38.1
38.4
39.7
39.4
40.0
42.6
42.6
40.4
40.1
36.5
42.0
38.0
35.6
41.5
42.0
44.3
38.9
42.2
43.1
43.3
38.1
36.7
40.2
37.7
40.3
36.4
39.0
42.2
41.6
40.3
39.1
37.4
41.7
39.5
40.1
36.5
44.2
40.9
46.2
42.7
38.5
LONGEST PUNTS
(Min of 70 yards)
1. 86 - Tony Epperson
Idaho State
2013
2. 84 - Tony Epperson
Idaho State
2013
3. 83 - Steve Smith
at Western State 1967
4. 82 - Scott Shields
Cal St.- Northridge 1996
5. 81 - Joey Spendlove at Cal St.-Northridge 1999
6. 80 - Josh Kealamakia at Utah State
2011
7. 76 - Brent Chuhaniuk Northern Arizona 1989
8. 75 - Terry Bulych
Montana 1971
9. 74 - Tony Epperson
at BYU
2012
10. 73 - Lyle Johnston
Northern Arizona 1965
Mike Snoy
Montana State
2006
12. 72 - Scott Shields
Southern Utah 1997
13. 71 - Tony Epperson
McNeese State
2012
Josh Kealamakia at Utah State
2011
Steve Smith
Cal St.-Los Angeles 1967
Lyle Johnston
Northern Arizona 1965
15. 70 - Steve Smith
at Montana State 1967
@weber s t ate
Tony Epperson
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INTERCEPTIONS
CAREER LEADERS
NAME
1. Scott Shields
2. Dennis Duncanson
3. Orin Trussel
4. Luther White
Fredrick X
6. Mike Babb
Elbert Gray
Mike Rosky
Randle Anderson
10.Kris Jugler
Mike Nichter
Mark Hood
Junior Baker
Keenan Gordon
INTs
*23
15
14
11
11
9
9
9
9
8
8
8
8
8
*Big Sky Conference Career Leader
YARDS
278
168
202
196
86
90
98
67
145
126
71
18
126
111
TDs
2
1
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURNS
YEARS 1.
1995-982.
1977-78 3.
1973-76 4.
1967-68 5.
1989-93 6.
1989 7.
1978-82 8.
1977-78 9.
1970-71 10.
1981-82 1979-82 12.
1991-93 13.
1994-97 1997-00
98
75
70
*66
*64
*61
*60
*59
*54
53
53
*52
51
(50 yards or More)
Luther White
David James
D.J. Bush
Jason Allen
Lorenzo Thompson
Gus Lawlar
Eddie Phillips
Rod Leslie
Vernell Quinn
Vernell Quinn
Brandin Williams
Scott Shields
Craig Schneider
*Non-Scoring Return
Cal State Northridge
Sacramento State
Stephen F. Austin
at Montana
at Boise State
SW State ( Minn.)
Southern Colorado
Portland State
Southern Utah
Idaho
Northern Arizona
Eastern Washington
Idaho
1968
2011
2013
1999
1982
1983
1964
1965
1987
1987
2007
1998
1972
SEASON LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
NAME
Dennis Duncanson
Scott Shields
Mike Babb
Orin Trussel
Randle Anderson
Scott Shields
Luther White
Fredrick X
Scott Shields
INTs
10
10
9
7
7
7
6
6
6
YARDS
93
101
90
130
134
100
77
21
77
TDs
1
0
1
0
0
2
0
0
0
YEAR
1977
1996
1989
1974
1971
1997
1967
1991
1998
GAME LEADERS
Name
INTs. YDs TDs
.Mike Babb
1
2.Dennis Duncanson
Dennis Duncanson
Craig Schneider
Fredrick X
Scott Shields
Keenan Gordon
Josh Morris
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
90
17
69
71
5
29
7
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
Opponent
at Idaho State
at Montana
Portland State
Portland State
at Montana State
at Portland State
Sacramento State
at Idaho State
1989
1977
1977
1971
1991
1996
1999
2008
Scott Shields
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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS
Year
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1963
Player
Deontae Florence
Kela Marciel
Devin Pugh
David James
Jordan Brown
Scotty Goodloe
Josh Morris
Brndin Williams
Ty Sparrow
John Collins
James McCowan
Dewey Crayton
Dewey Crayton
Marcus Thurman
Keenan Gordon
Jason Allen
Keenan Gordon
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Sheddric Mickles
Rob Hitchcock
Nick McDaniel
Rob Hitchcock
Derrick Beatty
Fredrick X
Fredrick Smith
Mike Babb
Three-way tie
Vernell Quinn
Calvin Hampton
Renaldo Devers
Darryl Pollard
Todd Boyer
Jim Arslanian
Elbert Gray
Kris Jugler
Victor Fletcher
Sam Reeves
Mark Massey
Dennis Duncanson
Dennis Duncanson
Doug Battershill
Orin Trussell
Orin Trussell
Ralph Parish
Craig Schneider
Mike Mannott
Randle Anderson
Steve Schmitz
Jerry Williams
Wes Patterson
Luther White
John Knight
Lee Bunnell
Six-way tie
Lyle Johnston
No.
4
2
3
3
3
5
5
2
3
2
2
3
2
3
3
4
4
6
7
10
3
3
3
3
3
6
4
9
2
3
3
4
4
3
4
4
4
4
3
5
5
10
4
3
7
3
3
3
7
4
4
4
6
3
3
1
5
Yards
16
0
35
12
65
71
0
58
68
15
58
31
23
26
55
131
21
77
100
101
39
22
2
63
39
21
48
90
-
138
46
20
50
32
27
48
53
24
0
72
75
93
12
22
130
31
92
75
134
20
21
14
77
0
12
-
51
Long
16
0
33
12
34
41
0
53
35
12
58
31
23
15
51
66
17
52
37
35
30
15
2
38
27
16
48
35
54
24
20
26
32
27
25
43
18
0
43
41
42
3
18
42
27
51
42
47
11
14
11
21
0
-
1.
WSU INTERCEPTIONS RETURNED
FOR TOUCHDOWNS
Eddie Phillips................40-yds...........Montana State..1965
2. Luther White.................98-yds........... CS-Northridge..1968
3. Pete Nepote..................38-yds.....Northern Michigan..1969
4. Craig Schneider............51-yds......................... Idaho..1972
5. Mike Mannott................45-yds......................... Idaho..1972
6. Dennis Duncanson.......42-yds........... Portland State..1977
7. Joe Long.......................33-yds......................Nevada..1984
8. Darryl Pollard................27-yds........... Portland State..1985
9. Calvin Hampton............30-yds....... at Portland State..1986
10. Calvin Hampton............24-yds........... Southern Utah..1987
11. Vernell Quinn................53-yds......................... Idaho..1987
12. Calvin Hampton............22-yds..................at Nevada..1987
13. Vernell Quinn................31-yds..................at Nevada..1987
14. Mike Babb.....................25-yds............at Idaho State..1989
15. Austin Peters................28-yds...........Montana State..1990
16.Fredrick X....................48-yds............at No. Arizona .1990
17. Rob Hitchcock..............25-yds........... CS-Northridge..1993
18. Rob Hitchcock..............38-yds........... E. Washington..1993
19. Scott Shields.................18-yds........... Western State..1997
20. Scott Shields.................37-yds..... Sacramento State..1997
21. Keenan Gordon............35-yds....... at Portland State..1998
22. Eric Lohnes...................29-yds..... Sacramento State..2001
23. Marcus Thurman...........15-yds................Idaho State..2001
24. Matt McFadden.............30-yds.........Eastern Oregon..2002
25. Brady Fosmark.............22-yds................Idaho State..2003
26. Dewey Crayton.............21-yds................Idaho State..2003
27. Mike Stroshine..............25-yds....... at Portland State..2003
28. Brandin Williams...........53-yds....... Northern Arizona..2007
29. Scotty Goodloe.............41-yds........... Portland State..2008
30.David James.................75-yds......... Sacramento St... 2011
31.D.J. Bush......................70-yds...... Stephen F. Austin..2013
32.D.J. Bush......................26-yds................Idaho State..2013
LAST OPPONENT TO RETURN AN
INTERCEPTION FOR A TOUCHDOWN
Wallace Scott - McNeese State
69-yards 2:55 - 1st quarter
Sept. 21, 2013 - Lake Charles, La.
LAST WSU PLAYER TO RETURN
A FUMBLE FOR A TOUCHDOWN
Spencer Unga - at Utah State
38-yards 0:50 - 4th quarter
Sept. 14, 2013 - Logan, Utah
LAST OPPONENT TO RETURN
A FUMBLE FOR A TOUCHDOWN
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David Edgerson - Portland State
28-yards 5:30 - 2nd quarter
Nov. 2, 2013 - Portland, Ore.
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DEFENSE
Note: complete defensive statistics were not kept from 1962-1976.
UNASSISTED
TACKLES
ASSISTED
TACKLES
CAREER LEADERS
CAREER LEADERS
NAME
TACKLES YEARS
1. David Stroshine 215
1995-98
2. Nick Webb
167
2008-11
3. Danny Rich
165
1978-81
4. Matt McFadden 152
2000-03
5. Keenan Gordon 150
1997-00
6. Scott Shields
145
1995-98
7. Brady Fosmark
143
2002-05
8. Rob Hitchcock
135
1992-94
Colton Swan
135
1999-03
10. Calvin Hampton 134
1985-88
1.
2.
3.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
SEASON LEADERS
SEASON LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
8.
9.
10.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
NAME
TACKLES
YEAR
Mike Powell
74
1985
David Stroshine
73
1997
Rob Hitchcock
70
1994
Nick Webb 692010
Jordan Brown
67
2010
David Stroshine
67
1998
Danny Rich
65
1981
Matt McFadden
62
2001
Spencer Sigoda
60
2001
Beau Hadley
59
2008
Darion Scott
59
1990
Danny Rich
59
1980
Eric Jones 592004
GAME LEADERS
1.
2.
4.
6.
NAME
TKLS OPP.
YEAR
Eric Jones
17 at MSU 2004
Tim Evans
15 Utah St. 1977
Matt McFadden 15 Idaho St 2001
Danny Rich
13 at Utah St. 1981
Mike Humiston 13 at Boise St.1980
Troy Juergens 12 at NAU
1990
Mike Powell
12 at Pacific 1985
Joe DiPoalo
12 Montana St.1983
Danny Rich
12 at PSU 1980
Curtis McGhan 12 at Nevada 1979
Rob Hitchtock 12 at So. Utah 1994
Weston Weaver12 So. Utah 1997
Eric Weston
12 So. Utah 1997
Dallas Drecksel 12 at St. Mary’s2003
Nick Webb
12 at PSU
2011
NAME
TACKLES
Danny Rich
285
Joe DiPoalo
234
Anthony Morales 210
Matt McFadden 198
Curtis McGhan
195
Joe Long
194
Mike Powell
190
Mike McLeod
178
Mike Humiston
174
Tim Evans
174
Jantz Afuvai
174
NAME
TACKLES
Joe DiPoalo
127
Marty Mendenhall 109
Joe DiPoalo
107
Danny Rich
102
Danny Rich
96
Tim Evans
89
Mike Powell
88
Curtis McGhan
86
Tim Evans
85
Joe Long
84
TOTAL
TACKLES
CAREER LEADERS
YEARS
1978-81
1982-83
2010-13
2000-03
1978-81
1984-87
1982-85
1977-78
1977-80
1977-78
1990-93
NAME
1. Danny Rich
2. David Stroshine
3. Matt McFadden
4. Joe DiPoalo
5. Anthony Morales
6. Mike Powell
7. Jantz Afuvai
8. Joe Long
9. Mike Humiston
10. Nick Webb
UN / AT
165 / 285
215 / 139
152 / 198
112 / 234
132 / 210
127 / 190
129 / 174
101 / 194
120 / 174
167 / 120
TOT. YRS.
450 78-81
354 95-98
350 00-03
346 82-83
342 10-13
317 82-85
303 90-93
295 84-87
294 77-80
287 08-11
SEASON LEADERS
YEAR
1982
1983
1983
1980
1981
1978
1985
1981
1977
1986
NAME
UN / AT
1. Joe DiPoalo
57 / 127
2. Mike Powell
74 / 88
Joe DiPoalo
55 / 107
4. Danny Rich
65 / 96
Danny Rich
59 / 102
6. Marty Mendenhall 37 / 109
7. C.D. Beck
56 / 82
8. Matt McFadden 50 / 83
9. Joe Long
48 / 84
10. Tim Evans
45 / 85
GAME LEADERS
GAME LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
5.
6.
7.
1.
2.
4.
5.
6.
11.
NAME
TKLS OPP.
YEAR
Danny Rich
23 Nevada 1980
Joe DiPoalo
22 Boise St. 1982
Joe DiPoalo
20 MSU 1982
Joe DiPoalo
20 at UTEP 1983
Curtis McGhan 19 at MSU
1981
Danny Rich
18 NAU 1981
John Kavanaugh18 at MSU 1981
Danny Rich
17 at MSU
1981
Marty Mendenhall17 at Boise St. 1983
NAME
UN / AT
Danny Rich
8 / 23
Joe DiPoalo
11 / 17
Joe DiPoalo
6 / 22
Joe DiPoalo
7 / 20
Danny Rich
6 / 18
Tim Evans
15 / 8
Curtis McGhan 4 / 19
Marty Mendenhall 6 / 17
Matt McFadden 15 / 8
Anthony Morales 8 / 15
Danny Rich
5 / 17
TOT.YEAR
184 1982
162 1985
162 1983
161 1981
161 1980
146 1983
138 1988
133 2003
132 1986
130 1977
Tot
Opp.
31 Nevada ‘80
28 Nevada ‘82
28 Boise St ‘83
27
MSU ‘82
24 at NAU ‘80
23 Utah St. ‘77
23 at MSU ‘81
23
BSU ‘83
23
ISU ‘01
23
UM ‘12
22 at MSU ‘81
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DEFENSE
QUARTERBACK
SACKS
CAREER LEADERS
Name
Sacks
1. Brady Fosmark 32.5
2. Jason Jensen
25
3. Kevin Linehan 22.5
4. Shane Barkdull 21.5
5. Eric Weston
19
6. David Stroshine 17
7. Obie Spanic
16
8. Robb Akey
15
Mike Lee
15
10. Trevor Pletcher 14.5
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
8.
Name
Sacks
Eric Weston
13
Brady Fosmark 12.5
Otto Ribary
11
Kevin Linehan 10.5
Jason Jensen
10
Obie Spanic
10
Brian Edmisten 9
Kris Heindel
8
Mike Lee
8
Shane Barkdull 8
Brady Fosmark 8
Years
2002-05
1992-95
2006-09
00, 03-05
1996-97
1995-98
1991-94
1984-87
1984-87
2009-12
1.
7.
Name
Sacks
Kris Heindel
4
Otto Ribary
4
Jacob Belmont 4
Weston Weaver 4
Brian Edmisten 4
Trevor Pletcher 4
Kris Heindel
3
Robb Akey
3
Mark Russell
3
Kevin Lapa
3
Mike Humiston 3
Brady Fosmark 3
Brady Fosmark 3
Ryan Eastman 3
1.
3.
6.
7.
Year
1997
2003
1979
2008
1994
1994
1998
1990
1986
2005
2005
GAME LEADERS
FUMBLE
RECOVERIES
CAREER LEADERS
SEASON LEADERS
FORCED
FUMBLES
Opp.
Year
Idaho St.
90
Portland St. 77
MT Tech 94
at PSU
96
CS-North. 98
Idaho State 11
at Wyoming 90
Boise St.
87
at MSU
85
NAU
83
Idaho St.
78
at EWU
03
Idaho St.
03
at EWU
09
Name
Brady Fosmark
Beau Hadley
Kevin Linehan
Troy Juergens
Matt McFadden
Mike Lee
Mike Powell
Joe DiPoalo
Mike Humiston
Derrick Beatty
Jason Jensen
Weston Weaver
FF
9
8
7
7
7
6
5
5
5
5
5
5
CAREER LEADERS
Years
2002-05
2006-09
2006-09
1987-90
2000-03
1984-87
1982-85
1982-83
1977-80
1991-94
1992-95
1995-97
Name
Shane Barkdull
Dennis Duncanson
Keenan Gordon
Michael Thompson
Kevin Linehan
Charles Boughton
Tim Otton
Dave Palaniuk
Marty Mendenhall
Vic Fletcher
Curtis McGhan
Doug Battershill
FR
8
5
5
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Years
00, 03-05
1977-78
1997-00
1997-00
2006-09
2001-02
1989-92
1988-90
1982-83
1981-82
1978-81
1977-78
Name
Troy Juergens
Beau Hadley
Kevin Linehan
Mike Lee
Mike Powell
Joe DiPoalo
Mike Humiston
FF
7
5
5
4
4
4
4
SEASON LEADERS
Year
1989
2008
2008
1985
1985
1983
1978
GAME LEADERS
1.
1.
2.
5.
SEASON LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
Name
David Stroshine
Mike Lee
Mike Powell
Bill Grilz
Matt McFadden
Brady Fosmark
Beau Hadley
Kevin Linehan
FF
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Opp.
Year
St. Mary’s 95
atMSU
85
Montana 84
at MSU
79
Idaho St. 01
at St. Mary’s 03
at NAU 08
at NAU
08
1.
2.
Name
Shane Barkdull
Dave Palaniuk
Vic Fletcher
Dennis Duncanson
Kelly Felkins
C.D. Beck
Joe Long
Mike Lee
Marty Mendenhall
Curtis McGhan
Cam McKnight
Doug Battershill
Michael Thompson
Charles Boughton
FR
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Year
2005
1990
1982
1977
1995
1989
1986
1984
1983
1980
1978
1977
1999
2001
GAME LEADERS
1.
Name
FR
Robb Akey
2
Mike Lee
2
Vic Fletcher
2
Curtis McGhan 2
Jeff Moore
2
Mike Humiston 2
Doug Battershill2
Tim Odland
2
Danny Mullarkey2
Opp.
Year
E. Wash. 87
MSU 84
at Boise St.82
MSU 80
at No. Iowa 80
at Idaho St.79
Utah St. 77
MT Tech 03
McNeese St. 12
Brady Fosmark
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PASS
BREAK UPS
BLOCKED KICKS
CAREER LEADERS
CAREER LEADERS
Name
Breakups
1. Junior Baker
26
2. Ian Franklin
22
3. Josh Morris
19
4 Wade Davis
18
5. David James
16
Terrell Cloud
16
Dewey Crayton
16
Calvin Hampton
16
9. Faron Creighton
15
Matt McFadden
15
Derrick Beatty
15
12. Scotty Goodloe
14
Jody Marshall
14
Mark Hood
14
Michael Thompson 14
Years
1994-97
1993-96
2007-09
1997-99
2010-12
2004-08
2002-05
1985-88
2007-10
2000-03
1991-94
2005-08
1987-90
1991-93
1997-00
SEASON LEADERS
1.
2.
4.
Name
Breakups
Austin Peters
11
Juron Junior
10
Matt McFadden
10
Junior Baker
9
Dave Costantino
9
Scott Shields
9
Michael Thompson 9
James McCowan
9
Curlee Dorn
9
Scotty Goodloe
9
Josh Morris
9
Faron Creighton
9
Year
1989
2000
2003
1996
1991
1997
2000
2004
2005
2008
2008
2010
GAME LEADERS
1.
2.
4.
Name
PBUps
Faron Creighton 5
Mike Powell
4
Matt McFadden 4
Scott Shields
3
Austin Peters
3
Maurice Jackson 3
Jody Marshall 3
Rich Willis
3
Rich Willis
3
John Richards 3
Ray Franklin
3
Opp.
Year
at ISU
10
at MSU
85
So. Utah 03
at PSU
96
EWU
89
Boise St. 89
at Marshall 87
NAU
87
Montana 86
Montana 86
at NAU
78
Name
1. Caldwell Taylor
2. Derek Johnson
Darryl Pollard
Reid Leland
5. Ty Sparrow
Shane Barkdull
Demario Franklin
Joel Barrow
Rob Hitchcock
Cam McKnight
11. Junior Crockett
Larry Anderson
Obie Spanic
Tom Smith
Adam Casto
Wade Davis
David Stroshine
Jason Allen
Bryce Scanlon
Trevor Pletcher
BK
5
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Years
2008-09, 11
2005-08
1982-85
1988-92
2006-07
2000, 03-05
2002
94, 97-00
1992-94
1977-78
1981-84
1990-92
1991-94
1992-95
1997-98
1997-99
1995-98
1997-00
2006-08
2009-12
SEASON LEADERS
1.
4.
Name
Caldwell Taylor
Demario Franklin
Cam McKnight
Derek Johnson
Ty Sparrow
Shane Barkdull
Jason Allen
Joel Barrow
Wade Davis
Adam Casto
David Stroshine
Tom Smith
Obie Spanic
Larry Anderson
Reid Leland
Darryl Pollard
Darryl Pollard
Junior Crockett
BKs
Year
4
2011
3
2002
3
1973
2
2006
2
2006
2
2000 / 03-05
2
1999
2
1998
2
1997
2
1997
2
1997
2
1994
2
1993
2
1992
2
1989
2
1985
2
1984
2
1983
GAME LEADERS
NAME
1. Larry Anderson
BK
2
Opp.
MSU 92
PENALTIES
Season:........... 124................................... 1985
Game:............... 16....................... (Five Times)
Most Recent: ............ vs. No. Arizona in 1985.
PENALTY YARDS
Season:....... 1,064 ................................. 1997
Game:............. 174 ..... at Portland State 1970
FUMBLES
Season:............. 46................................... 1970
Game:................. 8.............Bemidji State 1978
FUMBLES LOST
Season:............. 27................................... 1971
Game:................. 5............Bemidji State 1978
5...............So. Oregon 1963
FUMBLES RECOVERED
Season:............. 30................................... 1972
Game:................. 8.............. Montana St. 1972
TOTAL TURNOVERS
Season:.......................... 48......................... 1979
.21 Fumbles / 27 Interceptions
Game:.............................. 7.... at Montana 1979
7...... at Nevada 1979
BEST RUSHING DEFENSE
Season:.................... 862 ......... 95.5 ypg - 1965
BEST PASSING DEFENSE
Season:...................... 96 ......... 88.5 ypg - 1963
BEST TOTAL DEFENSE
Season:
............ 1,790 ........ 198.8 ypg -1965
MOST CONSECUTIVE
WINS
10 - Oct. 28, 1967 - Oct. 26, 1968
MOST CONSECUTIVE
LOSSES
10 - Sept. 7, 2013 - Nov. 16, 2013
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YEAR-BY-YEAR
ATTENDANCE AVERAGES
TOTAL
ATTENDANCE
6,712
15,473
11,862
35,293
35,506
47,861
38,523
61,568
NO. OF
HOME GAMES
4
4
5
6
4
6
4
6
HOME
RECORD
4-0
2-2
2-3
5-1
3-1
5-1
3-1
3-3
AVERAGE
ATTENDANCE
1,678
3,095
2,372
5,882
8,877
7,977
9,631
10,261
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
53,596
65,928
41,336
56,726
37,718
57,807
29,750
50,129
43,031
35,314
6
6
5
5
5
7
4
6
5
5
3-2-1
4-2
3-2
2-3
3-2
1-5-1
2-2
3-3
2-3
2-3
8,933
10,988
8,267
11,345
7,544
8,258
7,438
8,355
8,606
7,062
5-5-1
7-2-1
5-5
3-8
4-7
1-9-1
2-9
4-6
4-7
3-8
1980
981
1
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
61,517
64,619
39,426
50,204
42,307
48,647
36,704
60,415
40,329
31,204
5
6
5
5
6
6
5
6
6
6
4-1
5-1
3-2
4-1
3-3
3-3
3-2
5-1
4-2
2-4
12,303
10,770
7,885
10,041
7,051
8,108
7,341
10,069
6,715
5,201
4-7
7-4
4-7
6-5
5-6
6-5
3-8
10-3
5-6
3-8
1990
991
1
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
32,165
37,601
42,006
33,681
64,267
54,455
44,928
50,194
52,355
42,966
4
6
5
7
5
6
5
6
6
6
2-2
6-0
4-1
5-2
4-1
5-1
3-2
6-0
4-2
3-3
8,041
6,267
8,401
4,812
12,853
9,076
8,986
8,366
8,726
7,161
5-6
8-4
6-5
7-4
5-6
6-5
7-4
6-5
6-5
4-7
6
5
5
7
6
5
6
5
6
5
5
4-2
3-2
3-2
5-2
0-6
4-1
3-3
3-2
5-1
4-1
4-1
7,007
6,413
8,075
7,285
5,789
10,151
5,996
4,092
6,910
6,500
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YEAR
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
2000
42,043
001
2
32,065
2002
40,374
2003
50,995
2004
34,735
2005
50,757
2006
35,976
2007
20,460
200841,461
200932,500
201034,564
201142,435
201237,078
201328,781
TOTALS2,108,960
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5 0-5
5 2-3
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RECORD
5-4
6-3
2-6
8-1
6-3
6-4
7-2
6-4
7-4
3-8
3-8
8-4
1-10
6-5
4-7
5-6
10-4
7-5
6-5
8,487
5-6
7,416
2-9
5,756
2-10
7,614
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ELIZABETH DEE SHAW
STEWART STADIUM
STADIUM RECORDS
Located on a hillside above the city of Ogden, and
with the waters of the Great Salt Lake shimmering
in the distance, there are few stadiums anywhere Overall Record...................................................................................... 172-110-2 (.609)
which can match the natural surroundings as well
as Elizabeth Dee Shaw Stewart Stadium located on Most Points by Weber State.................................... 74 vs. Portland State (11-13-65)
the campus of Weber State University. With recent
improvements and upgrades, Stewart Stadium is Big Sky.................................................................. 67 vs. Northern Arizona (11-06-93)
now one of the finest stadiums in all of Division I
Most Points by an Opponent......................... 59 by Eastern Washington (09-28-91)
FCS football.
In 2011 a new state-of-the-art artificial turf field
Big Sky............................................................. 59 by Eastern Washington (09-28-91)
and a new track were installed at Stewart Stadium,
thanks to a generous donation from Robert and An- Most Combined Points.................122: Weber State 63, E. Washington 59 (09-28-91)
nette Marquardt. A new efficient lighting system has
also been installed which has created more light on Fewest Combined Points..................... 7: Western State 7, Weber State 0 (10-31-64)
nighttime events.
Weber State opened a new 38,000 square foot Sky Largest WSU Win Margin..................................68: 74-6 vs. Portland State (11-13-65)
Suites & Press Box complex in 2001. The facility in- Largest WSU Losing Margin.......................................... 56: 0-56 vs. Idaho (09-18-93)
cludes 26 sky suites, club seating, a press box facility
for media and game operations as well as meeting Most Stadium Wins in a Season.............................................................. 6: (1997 6-0)
spaces. The Sky Suites and Press Box complex was
built thanks to a generous donation from the Stewart Longest Stadium Win Streak......................... 9: (All 5 games of 1991, first 4 in 1992)
Education Foundation. Since opening in 2001 the
facility has hosted many campus and community Longest Stadium Losing Streak...........................................6: (all six games in 2004)
meetings and events, as well as weddings, dances
and other outside events.
Stewart Stadium seats 17,500 fans and is also the
home of the Weber State Athletic Department offices.
The facility also features a study area specifically for
3 2005
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all WSU student-athletes. Full football locker rooms 1. Sept
and new training rooms also add to the amenities of 2. Sept. 15 1973
Utah State
10 Weber State
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the stadium.
Weber State 27
Montana
20 16,954
Stewart Stadium has been the home of Weber State 3. Sept. 26 1998
football and track and field long since the 1950’s when
4. Sept. 26 1981
Weber State 31
Portland State
16 16,841
the new campus of then Weber Junior College was
built. The stadium was one of the first structures 5. *Oct. 24 1994
Montana
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built on the new campus. In 1966, the west stands
6. Sept. 23 1972
Weber State 26 Idaho
10 16,134
were added.
In addition to Wildcat Athletic events Stewart Stadium 7. Sept. 12 1981
Weber State 42 Idaho
21 15,896
has hosted numerous community events including
Weber State 33 Southern Utah
32 15,753
concerts and religious performances. In 1998 the 9. Sept. 13 1997
band Metallica performed. In the summer of 2010 9. Oct.
15 1983
Weber State 28 Idaho
10 15,632
the stadium was filled to capacity for a community
Weber State 41 Montana State
13 14,746
religious
stadium FOOTBALL
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the Utah State High School football championships.
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UNIVERSITY
W E B E R S TAT E
W I L D C AT AT H L E T I C S
Weber State University sponsors 16 NCAA athletic
teams. WSU is a charter member of the Big Sky
Conference since the league’s inception in 1963.
Weber State sponsors seven men’s sports:
basketball, football, tennis, golf, cross country, Indoor
track and field, and outdoor track and field. There are
nine women’s sports: basketball, volleyball, soccer,
softball, tennis, golf, cross country, indoor track and
field, and outdoor track and field.
During the 2013-14 season, Weber State captured
three Big Sky regular season titles and two conference
postseason championships. Two athletes, Davion
Berry (men’s basketball) and Tiffany Hellstrom
(women’s track and field) earn All-American honors.
A total of 64 WSU student-athletes earned Big
Sky All-Conference honors during the past year. In
addition, seven Wildcats were conference champions
or named conference MVP’s.
The WSU men’s basketball team captured the Big
Sky regular season title, their fourth in the past eight
years. The ’Cats also won the conference tournament
and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the 15th
time in school history. The Wildcat women’s soccer
team captured the Big Sky postseason tournament
and also advanced to the NCAA Tournament. The
Weber State women’s cross country team won its third
straight Big Sky title and the WSU men’s tennis team
captured the regular season title with an undefeated
conference record.
The Wildcats have also had tremendous success
in the classroom. A total of 142 Wildcat studentathletes earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference
honors during the 2013-14 season. Two Wildcats
earned Academic All-District honors and one studentathlete, women’s track and field/cross country senior
Amber Henry Schultz, earned First Team Academic
All-American honors. A total of 68 former and current
student-athletes graduated from Weber State.
W E B E R S TAT E
HEAD COACHES
MaryKay Amicone
Tim Crompton
Jonas Ehrlin
Scott Erling
Softball
Women’s Soccer
Women’s Tennis
Men’s Golf
Brad Ferreria
Jay Hill
Bethann Ord
Tom Peterson
Men’s Tennis
Football
Women’s Basketball
Women’s Volleyball
Paul Pilkington
Randy Rahe
Jeff Smith
Dan Walker
Men’s & Women’s
Men’s Basketball
Women’s Golf
Men’s and Women’s
Cross Country
Track and Field
DR. CHARLES A. WIGHT
PRESIDENT
WEBER STATE UNIVERSITY
Charles A. “Chuck” Wight took office as the 12th president of Weber State University on Jan. 1, 2013. A distinguished scholar and academic leader, he has more than 29
years of experience in higher education.
Prior to his appointment at Weber State, Wight served three years as dean of the
Graduate School at the University of Utah, where he was also the associate vice president for Academic Affairs.
Wight, who grew up in northern Virginia, received a bachelor’s degree in chemistry
in 1977 from the University of Virginia and a doctoral degree in chemistry in 1982 from
the California Institute of Technology.
After a two-year stint as a postdoctoral research associate in the University of
Colorado’s Department of Chemistry, he joined the faculty of the University of Utah. There, he rose through the
ranks, becoming a full professor of chemistry in 1993 and going on to serve as associate dean of Undergraduate
Studies, assistant vice president of Continuing Education and associate vice president of several areas, including the Graduate School, Undergraduate Studies and Continuing Education.
While at the U of U, Wight was selected by students to receive the 1985 Outstanding Teaching Award in
Chemistry. In 2006, senior faculty honored him with the R.W. Parry Teaching Award in Chemistry. Wight was also
named an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow and was designated a fellow by the American Association for the
Advancement of Science. He is a member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.
Wight, a physical chemist, researches the chemistry of explosives and propellants and has served as the
deputy director of the University of Utah’s Center for the Simulation of Accidental Fires and Explosions. He has
filed three patents and is the co-author of more than 150 peer-reviewed publications and two books.
In the community, Wight has served on the board of trustees for the Academy for Math, Engineering and
Science, been an advocate for the Lowell Bennion Community Service Center, and co-presented at the annual
Faraday Christmas Lectures, a popular free science lecture series for children of all ages. He also has been
the chief mission orientation pilot for the Utah Wing of Angel Flight West, a nonprofit charity providing free nonemergency medical transportation.
Wight is married to Victoria Rasmussen, who is the manager of professional development for the Utah Education Network. He is the father of three grown children. In his free time, Wight enjoys long-distance running,
flying small aircraft, and backpacking and hiking.
JERRY BOVEE
DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS
.Jerry Bovee is entering his sixth season as Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at Weber
State University. He was named Director of Athletics in September 2009.
Since joining the Wildcats Bovee has been influential in several facility upgrades at
Weber State. A new state-of-the-art Daktronics video board was installed at the Dee
Events Center, giving fans a new way to enjoy men’s and women’s basketball games. In
addition, a new synthetic turf field and new track have been installed at Stewart Stadium.
WSU has also refurnished the Edmond Tennis Courts on campus.
He has also been involved in the hiring of new employees within the athletic department including a new Senior Woman’s Administrator, a new Marketing Director, as well
as new volleyball and women’s basketball head coaches. He has also partnered with
KP Sports for WSU’s corporate sponsorship opportunities.
Prior to being named Athletics Director, Bovee spent two years as Assistant Vice President for Administrative
Support Services at Weber State. In that role he supervised operations for the Academic Services and Athletics
Compliance for the Athletics Department. In addition to his athletics department responsibilities, Bovee directed
Campus Police, Mail Services, Printing Services, Environmental Health and Safety and the Dee Events Center
and Stewart Stadium operations.
Bovee assisted in the completion of the year-long NCAA re-certification process for the Wildcats serving as
chief report writer and liaison to the NCAA Peer Review Team. In addition, he has supervised the initiative to
improve the Academic Performance Ratings for Weber State’s 16 athletic teams.
Before coming to Weber State, Bovee served as Assistant Director of the Utah High School Activities Association where he supervised the sports of football, boy’s basketball, softball, tennis and wrestling. His duties
included organization and management of state tournaments, coaches and officials education programs, sport
rules interpretation and a myriad of other duties related to the administration and governance of sports and activities at the high school level throughout Utah. While at the UHSAA, Jerry served as vice-chair of the National
Federation of State High School Associations football rules committee.
Bovee worked as Sales and Promotion Specialist and later as Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing and
Promotions at Utah State from 1992 to 1995. In that role, he directed the corporate sales program for Aggie
Athletics. In addition, he developed group and corporate ticketing plans, in-game promotions and other game
management programs.
Bovee earned a bachelor’s degree in Business-Finance from Utah State University in 1992. In 2010 he earned
a master’s degree in Business Administration from Weber State. He was born and raised in Ogden Utah and
attended Ben Lomond High School.
Bovee and his wife Julie have four children: Jared, Ethan, Addison and Seth.
DR. NORM TARBOX
VICE PRESIDENT
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
Dr. Norm Tarbox is Weber State’s Vice-President for Administrative Services. He
began his service at WSU in 2002. A native of Taylorsville, Utah, Dr. Tarbox graduated
from Cottonwood High School and attended Snow College where he played on the
baseball team.
Tarbox graduated from BYU with a BA degree in Communications where he was
named the “Outstanding Student” of the Communications department. He later obtained an MBA from BYU. He went on to earn an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and
Policy from the University of Utah. Dr. Tarbox came to WSU from the Utah State Board
of Regents where he worked in various capacities for 10 years. He served as the Assistant Commissioner for Student Financial Aid, Assistant Commissioner for Finance and
Facilities and Associate Commissioner for Finance and Facilities.
From 1993 to 1996, he worked in the governor’s office as a budget and planning analyst. His wife, Maurie,
completed a bachelor’s degree in Music Performance. She and their four children have performed in Utah Musical Theatre productions at Weber State.
AMY CROSBIE
ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR
SENIOR WOMAN ADMINISTRATOR
Amy Crosbie was named the Associate Athletic Director and Senior Woman Administrator at Weber State University in March of 2010.
Prior to being named Associate Athletic Director, Crosbie spent the past 7 years as the
Assistant Director of Student-Athlete Services at Utah State where she was an Academic
Advisor and the CHAMPS Life Skills Director for the Department of Athletics. During her
time at Utah State she fulfilled academic duties for Men’s Basketball, Men’s Golf, Women’s
Softball, Soccer, Volleyball and Men’s and Women’s Track and Field. She also chaired the
Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and taught an athletics section of connections, USU
1010, which is taught to all incoming student-athletes during the Fall semester.
She currently serves on the DIA National CHAMPS Board and was a two-time NCAA
Regional Leadership Facilitator. She is currently a mentor to new CHAMPS coordinators
for the NCAA/CHAMPS Life Skills Program, now known as NCAA Student-Athlete Affairs.
Crosbie, who graduated from Utah State University in 2002 with a degree in Family and Consumer science, spent
two years as an assistant coach for the Aggies Volleyball program prior to working in academics. Crosbie was a
four-year letter winner for Utah State’s volleyball team from 1997-2000 as an outside hitter and helped lead the
Aggies to their first-ever NCAA Tournament in 2000 as USU advanced to the second round.
. As the Associate Athletic Director, Crosbie oversee’s Compliance, Academics, Strength and Conditioning, and is
a sport administrator for the following sports; Men’s and Women’s Golf and Men’s and Women’s Tennis.
Crosbie was born and raised in Visalia, California and attended Redwood High School. Amy and her husband Jeff
have two daughters and one son.
#WeAreWeber
MEDIA
INFORMATION
GAME CREDENTIALS
NEWSPAPERS
STANDARD-EXAMINER
DESERET NEWS
SALT LAKE TRIBUNE
WEBER STATE SIGNPOST
(801) 625-4265
standard.net
BRADY BINGHAM - Sports Editor
BRANDON GARSIDE - WSU Beatwriter
JIM BURTON - Sports Columnist
(801) 257-8917
sltrib.com
JOE BAIRD - Sports Editor
STEVE LUHM - WSU Beatwriter
TELEVISION
KUTV-TV CH. 2 (CBS)
(801) 973-3167 / 3199
kutv.com
DAVE FOX - Sportscaster
DAVID JAMES - Sportscaster
ADAM MIKULICH - Sportscaster
KTVX-TV CH. 4 (ABC)
(801) 975-4427 / 4428 / 4429
abc4.com
WES RUFF - Sportscaster
DANA GREENE - Sportscaster
KSL-TV CH. 5 (NBC)
(801) 575-5593 / 5538 / 5539
ksl.com
TOM KIRKLAND - Sportscaster
ROD ZUNDEL - Sportscaster
JEREMIAH JENSEN - Sportscaster
(801) 237-2161
desnews.com
KENT CONDON - Sports Editor
RYAN LOVE - WSU Beatwriter
RANDY HOLLIS - WSU Beatwriter
Weber State University
(801) 626-7983
wsusignpost.com
Michael Grennell - Sports Editor
RADIO
KLO AM 1430 / FM 103.1
(801) 627-1430
kloradio.com
KZNS AM 1280 “The Zone”
(801) 524 - 2600 or (801) 670 - 1280
1280thezone.com
KFNZ AM 1320 “KFAN”
(801) 485-6700
1320kfan.com
KALL AM 700
(801) 524-2600
kall700sports.com
KWCR-FM 88.1
Weber State University
(801) 626-6450
881weberfm.org
KSTU-TV Ch. 13 (FOX)
(801) 536-1371
fox13now.com
JEFF RHINEER - Sportscaster
JER BATES - Sportscaster
Only working press and scouts, with advance notice, will be
allowed access to the press box. Area media who normally
cover Weber State Athletic events will receive a Press Pass
good for Stadium entrance AND Parking, prior to the beginning of the season. All others desiring credentials should
contact Paul Grua at least two days in advance. Requests
for Press, Photography, Broadcast and Scouting passes will
be honored as they are received.
PRESS BOX AND AREA ACCESS
Press and Media members enter the Press Box facility on
the sixth floor of the Stewart Stadium SkySuites. Passes
must be presented or shown for elevator access. A wireless network is available and open to all guests.
PHOTOGRAPHERS
All photographers must have a photographers pass to gain
access to the field. Only photographers from working media
or for WSU Athletic Communications purposes will be granted
a pass. Per NCAA rules photographers are prohibited between the 25-yard lines.
RADIO/ETHERNET LINES
There are two courtesy radio lines available in the Visiting
Radio Booth, located on the sixth floor of the Press Box and
inside the press room area. There is also one ethernet line
available for visiting radio.
POST-GAME INTERVIEWS
Coaches and player will have a mandatory 10 minute cooling
off period. That period begins when all players and coaches
enter the locker room. Both locker rooms are closed to the
media. The post-game press interview room is located on
third floor of the Stadium. Coaches and players will be
brought to the room approximately 15 minutes after the
completion of the game.
WIRE SERVICE
ASSOCIATED PRESS
(801) 322-3405
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RADIO
INFORMATION
CARL ARKY
Voice of the Wildcats
Carl Arky, a former Utah Sportscaster of the Year, returns for his 17th season
as the radio voice for Weber State Athletics. For home Wildcat football games he
will be joined in the booth by former Wildcat standout Ty Sparrow. WSU Director
of Athletic Communications Paul Grua will join Arky for football road games.
Arky began at Weber State in 1998. He has worked as the radio voice of
Wildcat men’s basketball and football for the past 17 years. In 2011, he was
named the Utah Sportscaster of the Year. When he came to Weber State in 1998,
Arky was a member of the WSU Athletic Department, serving as the Director
of Broadcast Services for five years before moving on in September of 2002 to
become the afternoon sports anchor at KFAN Sports Radio in Salt Lake City.
Before coming to Weber State, Arky had been the Sports Director at KTVXTV (ABC 4) in Salt Lake City and served as the color analyst on the televised
games of the Salt Lake Buzz Triple AAA baseball team. He also served as the
television voice for Pro Rodeo on ESPN for four seasons.
A native of St. Louis, Mo., Arky graduated from the University of Missouri
School of Journalism in 1977. His first full-time position came in 1978 at KTUL-TV
in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he served as a sportscaster and was the producer/
host of the Jimmy Johnson Oklahoma State Football Coaches Show. Arky came
to Utah in 1983 where he worked at KUTV-TV Channel 2 in Salt Lake City.
In 1987, he left to become the Director of Broadcasting for the Utah Jazz.
There he was responsible for the production and syndication of all Utah Jazz
radio and television programming, and served as the color analyst on those
broadcasts. After two seasons with the Jazz, Arky formed his own production
company (C.A.P.) and broadcasted cable TV games of the Sacramento Kings,
as well as the Western Athletic Conference Game of the Week, Air Force BlueWhite Network and selected games for the University of Utah from 1989 through
1991.
Arky is married to Deborah Linder, they are the parents of two sons, Jake
and Sam.
WEBER STATE FOOTBALL ON 1430 KLO
All Weber State football and men’s basketball games will once again be
broadcast on 1430 KLO, a long-term partner of Wioldcat Athletics.
KLO is the exclusive radio home for the Wildcats . This season all games
will be broadcast on KLO 1430 AM as well as streamed online at kloradio.com.
KLO has been the home of Weber State Athletics for many years in the past.
A pre and post-game show will continue to be a part of every WSU game
broadcast.
KLO has a long history in the Ogden area. It is one of the oldest stations in the West and began broadcasting in 1924
in Ogden. Since 2008 it has been broadcasting from its new studios in downtown Salt Lake City. KLO serves the entire
Wasatch Front and boosts one of the strongest signals in the state.
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ATHLETIC
COMMUNICATIONS
Paul Grua is in his 10th year at Weber State. He is in his fourth year as the Director of Athletic Communications for Weber
State Athletics. In his role, Grua serves as the primary media contact for all of WSU’s 16 NCAA sponsored sports, with specific
responsibilities for football and men’s basketball. He also helps coordinate Weber State social media and online presence.
In April 2011, Grua was named Director of Athletic Communications. In recent years he was worked to promote the Wildcats
including the great media increase surrounding Weber State men’s basketball All-American Damian Lillard.
In his 10 years with Weber State Athletics, Grua has worked in media relations and marketing and promotions. He began
working at Weber State in January 2004 as a Sports Information Assistant, where he handled men’s and women’s track and
field and men’s and women’s tennis. He served as the media coordinator for the 2004 Big Sky Tennis Championship and
2004 Big Sky Outdoor Track and Field Championships, both held in Ogden.
In August 2004 he was hired full-time as the Assistant Media Relations Director. In October 2005 Grua was the media coordinator for the 2005
Big Sky Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Championships in Ogden and in 2007 he was the media coordinator for the NCAA Mountain Region
Cross Country Championships, also in Ogden. He was also the Meet Director for the 2010 Big Sky Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field
Championships.
In 2008 Grua moved to the Marketing & Promotions department with the athletic department where he was the Assistant Marketing & Promotions Director. In 2010 he was named Marketing Coordinator and was responsible for the marketing of all of WSU Athletics as well as game
management and operations. Prior to coming to Weber State, Grua worked as the Assistant Information Director for the Big Sky Conference in
the fall of 2003 where he was the league contact for women’s soccer and men’s and women’s cross country.
A native of Ogden, Grua graduated from Ogden High School in 1995. He graduated from Weber State University in 2002 with a bachelor’s
degree in Communication. While a student at Weber State, he served as Sports Director for both the campus radio station KWCR and the Weber
State TV News station. He also helped the WSU Sports Information office with the computer statistical program for men’s and women’s basketball
games. He has also worked as a producer at AM-1280 “The Zone” in Salt Lake City and as an intern for KSL-TV. During the 2002 Salt Lake Winter
Olympics he worked as a broadcasting systems operator.
In 2013, Grua earned a master’s degree in Professional Communication from Weber State. As part of his master’s project he wrote a history
book on the 50th anniversary of Division I basketball at Weber State. Grua married Melissa Hales in July 2005. The couple has three children,
Seth, Levi and Avery.
Paul Grua
Director of Athletic Communications - FB, MBB
Email.................................................................. [email protected]
Office......................................................................... 801-626-7414
Cell.............................................................................801-452-3811
Darin Hogge
(Director of Publications and Digital Media)
Email............................................................... [email protected]
Office......................................................................... 801-626-6012
Cell............................................................................ 801-725-8868
Justin Johnson
(Media Relations Assistant - VB, SOC, SB)
Email...................................................... [email protected]
Cell............................................................................ 801-690-6891
Corie Holmes
(Media Relations Assistant - WBB, TEN, GLF)
Email.............................................................. [email protected]
Cell............................................................................ 801-510-1678
Tyson Jex
(Media Relations Student Assistant - VB, XC, TF)
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Cell............................................................................ 801-648-4922
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