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TABLE OF CONTENTS
I. General Information
a. UW-Whitewater Athletic Department ................................................... 3
b. The University and the City .................................................................. 4
II. Warhawk Football Information
a. Season Recap ..................................................................................... 6
b. Staff ..................................................................................................... 7
c. School Information ............................................................................... 8
d. Football Information ............................................................................. 8
e. Roster .................................................................................................. 9
f. Two-Deep ............................................................................................ 13
g. Pronunciation Guide ............................................................................ 15
h. Key Player Biographies........................................................................ 16
i. Schedule and Results .......................................................................... 41
i. Game Stories ............................................................................ 42
ii. News Releases ......................................................................... 57
j. Coaching Bios...................................................................................... 100
k. Polls ..................................................................................................... 105
III. 2009 Statistics
a. Game Box Scores ................................................................................ 107
b. Overall team statistics .......................................................................... 163
c. Overall individual statistics ................................................................... 164
d. Overall defensive statistics .................................................................. 168
e. Superlatives (individual, team, opponent) ............................................ 169
f. WIAC team and individual leaders ....................................................... 172
IV. History
a. All-Americans....................................................................................... 187
b. WIAC All-Conference Players (2003-Present) ..................................... 190
c. Conference Championship History ...................................................... 197
d. National Tournament Result History .................................................... 198
e. 200 Yard Games .................................................................................. 200
f. Season Rushing Yards over 1,000 ...................................................... 201
g. Coaching History ................................................................................. 202
h. Coaching Records ............................................................................... 203
i. UW-Whitewater football records .......................................................... 204
j. Records approaching (individual and team) ......................................... 212
k. Stagg Bowl History............................................................................... 215
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4
WARHAWK
FOOTBALL
INFORMATION
5
SEASON RECAP
One repetition, one player, one practice, one game at a time. That credo has been drilled in
since, appropriately, day one.
Robbie Ustruck, Matt Weber, Garth Coats, Mark Gawronski, Grant Murray. One group. Even
the most die-hard Warhawk fans, parents excluded, would be hard pressed to name UWWhitewater‟s starters on the offensive line. But without the “pound the rock” mantra of this
group other names would appear in fewer headlines.
The Warhawks rank fourth in scoring offense and fourth in offensive yardage in NCAA III
statistics. UW-Whitewater is also third in passing efficiency, not in small part as a result of
giving the fourth fewest sacks in Division III. UW-W is about to break school records for points,
touchdowns, first downs, yards rushing and total offense, among others.
But it would be unfair to say the group has a Rodney Dangerfield complex. They have earned
respect. Weber, Coats and Ustruck were First Team All-Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic
Conference, and tight end John Novak, an integral part of the unit, was an honorable mention
selection. Weber and Ustruck were also named D3football.com First Team All-West Region.
Talented players have thrived in partnership with the guys up front. Aaron Rusch, just a junior,
owns the UW-W record for career receptions, is less than a football field away from the school‟s
career yardage mark, and is likely to break the WIAC mark for catches before the season ends.
Levell Coppage is making a bid to become just the second player in school history to rush for
2,000 yards in a season (the other being former Gagliardi Trophy winner Justin Beaver who
accomplished the feat twice). As he completes his sophomore season, Coppage is already
seventh on UW-W‟s career rushing list. Jeff Donovan, the WIAC Offensive Player of the Year,
is tied for third in career touchdown passes and season TD‟s thrown, both ironically with the
man that recruited him, former Warhawk quarterback and former head coach Bob Berezowitz.
One successful part of the team.
While one unit, the offense, has been re-writing the record book, another has been content to
turn the ball back to their offensive brethren. The Warhawk defense is second in scoring
defense and fifth in total defense in Division III. All-American Anthony White has climbed into
fifth place in career sacks in the school record book and defensive back Troney Shumpert has
lived up to his preseason All-American recognition. Both were joined by linebacker Kyle
Supianoski on the WIAC First Team Defense. Five teammates joined them as second team or
honorable mention picks.
One more. The Warhawks were also fortunate to have a Davenport, Iowa native walk on to
campus four years ago. Placekicker Jeff Schebler, already a three-time All-American, is the
most prolific scoring kicker in NCAA – any division, history.
The Warhawk coaching staff has always said there is one more. One more session in the
weight room, one more play that can be executed better, one more piece of video to watch.
Now, as the 2009 season draws to a close, there is just one.
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STAFF
Head Coach:
Alma Mater:
Record at UWWhitewater:
Contact Information:
Lance Leipold
UW-Whitewater, 1986
27-3 (3rd year)
Coaching Staff:
Brian Borland
Jim Zebrowski
Steve Dinkel
Nelson Edmonds
Kevin Bullis
Dan Brunner
Jace Rindahl
Tom Karthausser
Andy Harris
Tim Baldry
CJ Hill
Danny Jones
Alex Polster
Lee Munger
Chad Kelsey
Courtney Stefanski
John Betts
Courtney Williams
Dr. Paul Plinske
Bob Lanza
Support Staff:
Administrative Staff:
Phone:
Fax:
Email:
Postal:
Amy Edmonds
Tom Fick
Ruth Hake
Joy Garlock
262-472-5691
262-472-5691
[email protected]
Lance Leipold
Head Football Coach
Student Athletic Complex
UW-Whitewater
Whitewater, WI 53190
Defensive Coordinator and Defensive Backs
Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks
Offensive Line and Run Game Coordinator
Special Teams Coordinator and Running Backs
Assistant Coach
Assistant Coach
Assistant Coach
Assistant Coach
Director of Football Operations
Student Assistant
Student Assistant
Student Assistant
Student Assistant
Strength and Conditioning
Athletic Trainer
Athletic Trainer
Facility Maintenance
Football Secretary
Athletic Director
262-472-1543
Assistant Athletic Director
262-472-3190
and Business Manager
Assistant Athletic Director
262-472-1138
and Compliance and Student
Services
Sports Information Director
262-472-1147
Athletic Department
262-472-4661
Administrative Assistant
Laundry Coordinator
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SCHOOL INFORMATION
Founded:
Type:
Chancellor:
Enrollment:
Undergraduates:
Living Alumni:
Employees:
Number of Major Buildings:
General Access Computers on Campus:
Number of Computer Labs on Campus:
Library Holdings:
1868
Four-year, co-educational, residential
Richard Telfer
10,700
9,436
72,037
1,090
41
1,608
45
1,946,052
FOOTBALL INFORMATION
Colors:
Nickname:
Conference:
National Affiliation:
Stadium (capacity):
2008 record:
WIAC Championships:
Post-Season Appearances:
Basic Offense:
Basic Defense:
Purple and White
Warhawks (logo is the head of a bird)
Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III
Perkins Stadium (11,000)
13-2 overall, 9-1 regular season
6-1 WIAC (Tied for 1st)
National Division III runners-up
1913, 1914, 1922, 1932, 1937, 1940, 1941, 1950, 1959, 1960, 1962,
1966, 1967, 1969, 1974, 1975, 1978, 1980, 1984, 1987, 1988, 1990,
1994, 1997, 1998, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
1966 (Advanced to NAIA championship game)
1988 NCAA III
1990 NCAA III
1997 NCAA III
2005 (advanced to NCAA III championship game)
2006 (advanced to NCAA III championship game)
2007 (Won NCAA III national championship)
2008 (advanced to NCAA III championship game)
2009
Pro Set
4-3
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2009 FOOTBALL ROSTER
No.
Name
Pos.
Ht.
Wt.
Cl.
Hometown/High School
1
Cory Robinson
WR
6-3
217
Jr.
Cambridge / Cambridge
2
CJ Miller
RB
5-6
175
Jr.
Verona / Verona
3
Aaron Rusch
WR
6-3
168
Jr.
Hartford / Hartford
4
Zach Howard
WR
5-9
170
Fr.
Oak Park River Forest, IL / Oak Park
5
Jeff Donovan
QB
6-5
187
Sr.
Wauwatosa / East
6
Sam Overton
DB
5-10
175
So.
Milwaukee / Riverside
7
Troney Shumpert
DB
5-8
180
Sr.
Milwaukee / Bay View
8
Jordan Wells
WR
6-0
185
Sr.
Elgin, IL / Elgin
9
Steve McCollom
QB
6-1
211
So.
Farmington, MI / Shrine
10
Aaron Samplawski
DB
5-8
180
So.
Horicon / Horicon
11
Jeff Schebler
K
6-0
182
Sr.
Davenport, IA / Assumption
13
Tim Cook
DB
6-2
187
Fr.
Mundelein, IL / Carmel Catholic
14
Jake Kusters
P/K
5-11
203
So.
Racine / Park
14
Mike Przespolewski
WR
6-3
193
Fr.
Mt. Prospect, IL / Prospect
15
Matt Blanchard
QB
6-3
228
So.
Lake Zurich, IL / Lake Zurich
16
Cory Knapp
QB
6-4
187
Fr.
Milwaukee / St. Francis
17
Lane Olson
DB
5-10
195
Sr.
Racine / Horlick
18
Kris Rosholt
P
6-3
229
So.
Reedsburg / Reedsburg
19
David Leaf
WR
5-10
168
Jr.
Winona, MN / Winona Cotter
20
Jeremy Deibert
DB
5-6
165
Sr.
West Allis / Central
21
Chris Pendergast
DB
5-9
167
Fr.
Hartland / Arrowhead
22
LaVell Hewlett
RB
5-11
190
Fr.
Janesville / Parker
23
Mathew McCulloch
DB
6-3
180
Jr.
Janesville / Parker
24
Antwan Anderson
RB
5-10
190
Jr.
Madison / Madison Memorial
26
Dan Bower
DB
5-10
185
Fr.
Brookfield / Central
27
Graham Hall
DB
6-1
191
Sr.
Sterling, IL / Sterling
27
Jose Munoz
WR
5-9
164
Fr.
Palatine, IL / Palatine
28
Derek Underwood
DB
6-0
186
Sr.
Milton / Milton
29
Zach Christopherson
DB
5-11
210
Sr.
Hartford / Hartford
30
Jared Kiesow
DB
5-9
171
So.
Horicon / Horicon
31
Paul Wick
DB
5-10
185
Sr.
Franklin / Franklin
9
No.
Name
Pos.
Ht.
Wt.
Cl.
Hometown/High School
32
Brandon Shaw
DB
5-10
172
Fr.
Deerfield / Deerfield
33
Levell Coppage
RB
5-8
180
So.
Oak Park, IL / Oak Park
34
Mike Taylor
RB
5-8
180
Fr.
Mundelein, IL / Carmel Catholic
35
Bernie Tamsett
FB
6-0
211
Fr.
Waterford / Waterford Union
36
Max Wasikowski
FB
6-0
235
Sr.
Cudahy / Cudahy
37
Jake Taylor
FB
6-2
235
So.
Brookfield / Central
38
Anthony Dowery
FB
5-10
247
Fr.
Milwaukee / South Division
39
Ronnie Blaszkowski
DB
5-10
170
Fr.
Oak Park River Forest, IL / Oak Park
40
Kyle Heller
DB
6-2
171
Fr.
Appleton / West
41
Sean Fancher
LB
6-0
205
So.
Downers Grove, IL / South
42
Stephan Jonsson
LB
6-0
210
Jr.
Spain / Argeniona Bocs
43
Kyle Supianoski
LB
6-0
225
Sr.
Tama, IA / South
44
Jordan Pethan
DB
6-2
199
Fr.
Chilton / Chilton
45
Joe Weber
LB
6-2
225
Fr.
St. Charles, IL / Marmion Academy
46
Devon Showers
LB
6-2
177
Fr.
Milwaukee / Bradley Tech
47
Joe Paulus
LB
5-9
204
Fr.
Fillmore / Kewaskum
48
Ryan Cortez
LB
6-0
179
Fr.
Palatine, IL / Palatine
49
Zach Hintz
WR
5-10
179
Fr.
Chilton / Chilton
50
Matt Pingel
LB
6-1
209
Fr.
Reedsburg / Reedsburg
51
Greg Arnold
LB
6-2
224
So.
Big Bend / Mukwonago
52
Max Ford
LB
6-0
210
Jr.
Oak Park, IL / Oak Park River Forest
53
Luke Hibner
DL
6-1
240
Jr.
Elmhurst, IL / York Community
54
Kevin Utz
DL
6-2
245
So.
New Berlin / Eisenhower
55
Josh Williams
LB
6-1
224
Fr.
Milwaukee / Mukwonago
56
Jake Keeser
DL
6-0
230
So.
Fort Atkinson / Fort Atkinson
57
Garth Coats
OL
6-2
282
Sr.
Evansville / Evansville
58
Joe Hansen
OL
6-1
256
Fr.
Greendale / Greendale
59
Jacob Plewa
DL
6-2
231
Fr.
Franklin / Franklin
60
Tim Depies
LB
6-3
220
Sr.
Mequon / Homestead
61
Vince Lang
LB
6-0
245
Fr.
Racine / Park
62
Ryan Olson
OL
6-2
275
So.
Stoughton / Stoughton
63
Grant Murray
OL
6-2
240
Jr.
Waukesha / Homestead
64
Alex Misialek
OL
6-4
315
So.
Crystal Lake, IL / Crystal Lake South
10
No.
Name
Pos.
Ht.
Wt.
Cl.
Hometown/High School
65
Jimmy Norris
OL
6-2
281
Fr.
Palatine, IL / William Fremd
66
Mark Gawronski
OL
6-0
270
Jr.
New Berlin / Eisenhower
67
Matt Kurudza
DL
6-1
240
Sr.
Milwaukee / Pius
68
Tayler Erbach
OL
6-3
243
Fr.
Warren, IL / Warren Township
69
James Boutelle
OL
6-3
287
Fr.
Sheboygan / South
70
Grant Poenitsch
OL
6-2
270
Fr.
Sussex / Hamilton
71
KJ Flynn
OL
6-4
270
Fr.
Saukville / Port Washington
72
Patrick Lyons
OL
6-3
251
Fr.
Mundelein, IL / Carmel Catholic
73
Ian Wilson
OL
6-0
259
Fr.
Richland Center / Richland Center
74
Steve Braatz
OL
6-7
265
Fr.
Naperville, IL / North
75
Zack Cook
DL
6-0
260
So.
Necedah / Necedah
75
Robbie Ustruck
OL
6-2
280
Jr.
West Allis / Hale
76
Chris Smolko
OL
6-6
230
So.
West Allis / West Allis
77
Matt Weber
OL
6-3
285
Jr.
Oregon / Oregon
78
Chris Kneeland
DL
6-1
240
So.
Reedsburg / Reedsburg
79
Logan Allemand
OL
6-3
294
So.
Kenosha / Tremper
80
Terrence Fitch
WR
6-0
200
Sr.
Racine / St. Catherine's
81
Mike Picciolo
WR
5-9
169
Fr.
Greendale / Greendale
82
Adam Brandes
WR
6-3
186
Jr.
Burlington / Catholic Central
83
Brian Gensrick
WR
6-2
190
So.
Mequon / Homestead
84
Jason Ford
TE
6-3
215
So.
Palatine, IL / Fremd
85
Zach Glasebrook
TE
6-3
205
Fr.
Des Plaines, IL / Maine South
86
Jake Wahl
TE
6-3
228
Fr.
Cudahy / Cudahy
87
Anton Graham
TE
6-3
251
So.
Racine / Park
88
Robert Serdar
TE
6-3
224
Fr.
Zion Benton Township /
89
John Novak
TE
6-5
278
Jr.
Michigan City, IN / Michigan City
90
Mike Zielinski
DL
6-3
3
Fr.
Fox Lake, IL / Grant Community
91
Jon Baldwin
DL
6-3
247
Jr.
Spring Grove, IL / Richmond Burton
92
Jovon Dixon
DL
6-0
240
Sr.
Chicago Heights, IL / Marian Catholic
93
Justin Ankley
DL
6-4
285
Sr.
Racine / Case
94
Kyle Zabel
DL
5-11
278
Jr.
Watertown / Watertown
95
Wesley Hicks
DL
6-3
274
Jr.
Milwaukee / Vincent
96
Travis Young
DL
6-3
276
Fr.
Marinette / Marinette
11
No.
Name
Pos.
Ht.
Wt.
Cl.
Hometown/High School
97
Anthony White
DL
6-0
215
Sr.
Milwaukee / Bay View
98
Jake Holstein
DL
6-1
275
Fr.
Portage / Portage
12
2009 TWO-DEEP ROSTER
Position
OFFENSE
Left Tackle
Left Guard
Center
Right Guard
Right Tackle
Tight End
Wide Receiver
Slot Receiver
Tailback
Quarterback
Fullback
DEFENSE
Defensive End
Tackle
Tackle
Defensive End
Linebacker
Linebacker
Linebacker
Corner
Safety
Safety
Corner
Number
Name
Year
Hometown/High School
75
62
77
64
57
70
66
65
63
79
89
84
8
1
3
82
33
24
5
15
36
35
Robbie Ustruck
Ryan Olson
Matt Weber
Alex Misialek
Garth Coats
Grant Poenitsch
Mark Gawronski
Jimmy Norris
Grant Murray
Logan Allemand
John Novak
Jason Ford
Jordan Wells
Cory Robinson
Aaron Rusch
Adam Brandes
Levell Coppage
Antwan Anderson
Jeff Donovan
Matt Blanchard
Max Wasikowski
Bernie Tamsett
Jr
So
Jr
So
Sr
Fr
Jr
Fr
Jr
So
Jr
So
Sr
Jr
Jr
Jr
So
Jr
Sr
So
Jr
Fr
West Allis/Hale
Stoughton
Oregon
Crystal Lake, IL/South
Evansville
Sussex/Hamilton
New Berlin/Eisenhower
Palatine, IL/William Fremd
Waukesha/Homestead
Kenosha/Tremper
Michigan City, IN
Palatine, IL/William Fremd
Elgin, IL
Cambridge
Hartford
Burlington/Catholic Central
Oak Park, IL
Madison/Memorial
Wauwatosa/East
Lake Zurich, IL
Cudahy
Waterford
91
56
93
53
95
92
97
99
17
28
43
55
52
60
7
30
29
6
31
27
23
20
John Baldwin
Jake Keeser
Justin Ankley
Luke Hibner
Wesley Hicks
Jovon Dixon
Anthony White
Casey Casper
Lane Olson
Derek Underwood
Kyle Supianoski
Josh Williams
Max Ford
Tim Depies
Troney Shumpert
Jared Keisow
Zach Christopherson
Sam Overton
Paul Wick
Graham Hall
Matt McCulloch
Jeremy Deibert
Jr
So
Sr
Jr
Jr
Sr
Sr
So
Sr
Jr
Sr
Fr
So
Sr
Sr
So
Sr
So
Sr
Sr
Jr
Sr
Spring Grove, IL/Richmond Burton
Fort Atkinson
Racine/Case
Elmhurst, IL/York Community
Milwaukee/Vincent
Chicago Heights, IL/Marian Cath.
Milwaukee/Bay View
Dousman/Kettle Moraine
Racine/Horlick
Milton
Tama, IA/South
Milwaukee/Mukwonago
Oak Park, IL/OPRF
Mequon/Homestead
Milwaukee/Bay View
Horicon
Hartford
Milwaukee/Riverside
Franklin
Sterling, IL/Sterling
Janesville/Parker
West Allis/Central
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Position
SPECIAL TEAMS
Punter
Kicker
Holder
Long Snapper
Snap PAT/FG
Punt Returner
Kick Returner
Number
18
14
11
14
18
23
54
99
54
99
3
4
10
28
Name
Kris Rosholt
Jake Kusters
Jeff Schebler
Jake Kusters
Kris Rosholt
Matt McCulloch
Kevin Utz
Casey Casper
Kevin Utz
Casey Casper
Aaron Rusch
Zach Howard
Aaron Samplawski
Derek Underwood
Year
Hometown/High School
So
So
Sr
So
So
Jr
So
So
So
So
Jr
Fr
So
Sr
Reedsburg
Racine/Park
Davenport, IA/Assumption
Racine/Park
Reedsburg
Janesville/Parker
New Berline/Eisenhower
Dousman/Kettle Moraine
New Berline/Eisenhower
Dousman/Kettle Moraine
Hartford
Oak Park, IL/OPRF
Horicon
Milton
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PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
#3
#7
#10
#14
#18
#20
#23
#30
#36
#39
#42
#43
#56
#60
#64
#67
#69
#74
#75
#76
#79
#81
#82
#92
#93
#94
Aaron Rusch
Troney Shumpert
Aaron Samplawski
Mike Przespolewski
Kris Rosholt
Jeremy Diebert
Matthew McCulloch
Jared Keisow
Max Wasikowski
Ronnie Blaszkowski
Stephan Johsson
Kyle Supianoski
Jake Keeser
Tim Depies
Alex Misialek
Matt Kurudza
James Boutelle
Steve Braatz
Robbie Ustruck
Chris Smolko
Logan Allemand
Mike Picciolo
Adam Brandes
Jovon Dixon
Justin Ankley
Kyle Zabel
Lance Leipold
Jim Zebrowski
John Woleske
Tom Karthausser
ROOSH
TRO nee SHUM pert
Sam PLAW skee
Press POLE skee
ROSH olt
DEE bert
Mac CULL ah
KEE sow
Waz eh COW skee
Blass COW skee
STEF an
Soop ee ah NOS kee
KEE zer
DEP eez
Miss ee ah lek
Ka ROOD zah
BOO tell
Brats
YOU struk
Small ko
AL leh mand
Pick ee o low
BRAND ess
Joe VAHN
long A
ZAH bel
first syllable rymbles with TIE
Zeh BROW skee
Woll ES kee
Kart HOUSE er
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KEY PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES AND STATISTICS
#93 Justin Ankley
TACKLES
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
14
15
13
42
UA
10
23
11
44
A
18
22
27
67
Total
19.0
34.0
24.5
77.5
TFL
4.5
12.0
4.5
21.0
SACKS
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
14
15
13
42
UA
2
6
1
9
A
1
0
0
1
Total
2.5
6.0
1.0
9.5
Yds
8
29
3
40
Yds
16
40
9
65
PD
1
1
0
2
FF
0
1
0
1
FR
1
2
1
4
Mom’s Name: Christine
Dad’s Name: Greg
High School Accomplishments (Athletic/Academic): Football and baseball team. Awards that go with
the sports
Nickname (s): Anks
Why you chose UW-W: Close to home
What surprised you about Whitewater: The UC and all the things you can do in there
Three words that best describe you: Loud, fun, cool
Favorite Things
Favorite Class: Coaching of Football
Favorite Food: Sweet „n‟ sour chicken
Favorite Book: The Outsiders
Favorite Movie: Iron Man
Favorite Quote: “Be good and great everyday, because everyday matters.”
Favorite Card/Board Game: Rummy 500
Favorite High School Sports Memory: Winning homecoming game senor year
Favorite College Team (other than UWW): Wisconsin and UNC
Favorite Warhawk Sports Memory: Winning National Championship
Favorite Spot on Campus: The UC
Fun Facts
Most interesting learning experience: Making up my mind to continue playing football when I
transferred to UW-Whitewater
What TV show would you like to guest star: Family Feud
If you could be on a reality show, which would you pick: The Real World
If you could have dinner with one famous person dead or alive, who would it be: Carrie Underwood
Who would play you in a movie about your life: Ryan Reynolds
If you could visit one place, where would it be: Ireland
What is your dream job: Sports anchor
If you could bring three things from your hometown to Whitewater what would it be: The lake, mall
and restaurants
When you are not playing your sport, what do you like to do: Play video games and sleep
My most prized possession is: Troy Aikman autographed helmet
Athletic Facts
This off-season I worked on: Getting faster
The expectations I have for this year are: To win it all while having fun
What is your pre-game ritual: listen to music, pray and get my back cracked
Sports Hero: Troy Aikman
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Why did you decide to attend UW-Whitewater? Last chance for football opportunity
What is your favorite class throughout your time at UW-Whitewater thus far? What made the
class fascinating? Nutrition for Health; Ann Garvin is hilarious and fun
What made you choose your major/minor? What are you planning to do with your major/minor
after graduation? Something I was just interested in from being an athlete. Turn into a personal trainer.
Who or what inspired you to become a football player? Why or how? Just my own curiosity. Just
wanted to try, and loved it
Do you have any other family members who were involved in collegiate athletics? Collegiate
academics honors? Who were they and what did they do? Uncle played college football, no honors;
went semi-pro for football, tried out for Tampa Bay Bucs, does MMA now.
If you were not a football player for the Warhawks, what would be your second collegiate sport of
choice? Why? Baseball. I played that my whole life and was very good for a long time.
What quote or song represents you? Why? "Live your life"- T.I. ; "I just live my life and make it the
best I can"
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#82 Adam Brandes
RECEIVING
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
3
12
13
28
Rec
2
22
54
78
Yds
10
226
960
1196
SCORING
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
3
12
13
28
TD
0
1
8
9
ALL PURPOSE
2007
3
2008
12
2009
13
TOTAL
28
TACKLES
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
3
12
13
28
TD
0
1
8
9
Lg
7
44
70
70
Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G
0.7
5.0
3.3
1.8
10.3 18.8
4.2
17.8 73.8
2.8
15.3 42.7
Rush Pass
0
0
0
1
0
8
0
9
Retn
0
0
0
0
PAT
0
0
0
0
2PAT
0
0
0
0
FG
0
0
0
0
G
0
0
0
0
Rush Rec
10
0
226 0
960 0
1196 0
PR
0
0
0
0
KR
0
0
0
0
IR
10
226
960
1196
Total Avg/G
3.3
18.8
73.8
42.7
UA
1
2
0
3
A
0
0
0
0
TFL
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Yds
0
0
0
0
PD
0
0
0
0
FF
0
0
0
0
Total
1.0
2.0
0.0
3.0
Total
0
6
48
54
Avg/G
0.0
0.5
3.7
1.9
FR
0
0
0
0
Mom’s Name: Denise
Dad’s Name: Tim
High School Accomplishments (Athletic/Academic): First Team All-County, Honorable Mention AllState
Community Activities: Reading with the Warhawks
Why you chose UW-W: It has great tradition both athletically and academically
Three words that best describe you: Laid back
Favorite Things
Favorite Class: Anything with Coach Z!
Favorite Food: Any breakfast food
Favorite Book: The DaVinci Code
Favorite Movie: Blow
Favorite Card/Board Game: Risk
Favorite High School Sports Memory: Going to the state championship in basketball
Favorite College Team (other than UWW): Duke
Favorite Warhawk Sports Memory: Winning the National Championship!
Favorite Spot on Campus: Perkins Stadium
Fun Facts
What TV show would you like to guest star: Entourage
If you could be on a reality show, which would you pick: The Real World
If you could have dinner with one famous person dead or alive, who would it be: Dave Matthews
Who would play you in a movie about your life: Johnny Depp
If you could visit one place, where would it be: Anywhere in Europe
What is your dream job: Head Coach of the Packers
If you could bring three things from your hometown to Whitewater what would it be:
When you are not playing your sport, what do you like to do: Just hang out with the guys and have a
good time
My most prized possession is: My football table
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Athletic Facts
Family members that have participated in athletics: Dad ran track here at UWW
This off-season I worked on: What didn‟t I work on?
The expectations I have for this year are: To get significant playing time and make it back to the Stagg
Bowl
What is the significant about your jersey number: Tweeter!
Sports Hero: Brett Favre
Why did you decide to attend UW-Whitewater? Because of the business program as well as the great
success of the football program
What is your favorite class throughout your time at UW-Whitewater thus far? What made the
class fascinating? Basketball with Pat Miller. IT was an opportunit to perfect my jumper as well as learn
more about the finer aspects of basketball
What made you choose your major/minor? What are you planning to do with your major/minor
after graduation? I chose my major because of the interest in atletics. Hopefully I could be a college
travel strength coach some day
What is the greatest achievement you have outside UW-Whitewater? What was special about the
achievement?Making the state championship game in high school. Even though we lost, it was a great
experience to share with my high school teammates
Who or what inspired you to become a football player? Why or how?My dad. Some of my best
moments are throwing the ball around with him as a littlekid. That sparked my interst which has lasted
until this day
Do you have any other family members who were involved in collegiate athletics? Collegiate
academics honors? Who were they and what did they do?My dad high jumped for UW-Whitewater
back in his college days
Name one thing people may not know about you? What is intriguing about it? I was born on Friday
the 13th. It may explain some things...
If you were not a football player for the Warhawks, what would be your second collegiate sport of
choice? Why? Basketball. It was probably my favorite sport in high school. If I was good enought
to play at the college level, that would have been my sport of choice
Other campus activities or organizations you participate in or belong to? Please
specify. Intramural Basketball and sand volleyball
What quote or song represents you? Why? "Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what
you're going to get." Forrest Gump
What would you want the people of UW-Whitewater to remember about you as a student
athlete? That I was a guy who worked hard and did everythign I could to help this program
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#99 Casey Casper
TACKLES
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
11
11
22
UA
11
12
23
A
8
9
17
Total
15.0
16.5
31.5
TFL
2.5
1.0
3.5
SACKS
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
11
11
22
UA
1
2
3
A
1
0
1
Total
1.5
2.0
3.5
Yds
3
23
26
Yds
11
13
24
PD
0
0
0
FF
2
1
3
FR
0
0
0
Mom’s Name: Jenny
Dad’s Name: Tom
High School Accomplishments (Athletic/Academic): 3 year All-Conference
Nickname(s): Crusher
Why you chose UW-Whitewater: Win a National Championship
3 words that best describe you: Kind, Compassionate, Funny
Favorite Things
Favorite Class: Doc O‟Beirne
Favorite Food: Steak & Potatoes
Favorite Movie: Anchorman
Favorite Quote: Get some, got some, got too
Favorite Card/Board Game: Poker
Favorite High School Sport Memory: State Baseball
Favorite College Team (other than UWW): Wisconsin
Favorite Warhawk Sport Memory: National Championship Game
Favorite spot on campus: Esker
Fun Facts
What TV Show you would like to guest star on?: Man vs. Food
If you could be on a reality show, which would you pick?: I Love New York
If you could have dinner with one famous person dead or alive, who would it be?: Vince Lombardi
Who would play you in a movie about your life?: Samuel L Jackson
If you could visit one place, where would it be?: Moon
What is your dream job?: Fire Watcher
When you are not playing your sport, what do you like to do?: Fish
Sport Fun Facts
This off-season I worked on: Strength and Speed
What is significant about your jersey number?: The Griz
Sports Hero: Michael Jordan
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#33 Levell Coppage
RUSHING
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
13
14
27
Att
298
288
586
Yds
1461
1996
3457
TD
21
32
53
Lg
54
68
68
Avg/C
4.9
6.9
5.9
Avg/G
112.4
142.6
128.0
TOTAL OFFENSE G
2008
13
2009
14
TOTAL
27
Rush
1461
1996
3457
Pass
0
0
0
Total
1461
1996
3457
Avg/G
112.4
142.6
128.0
RECEIVING
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
13
14
27
Rec
5
12
17
Yds
44
110
154
TD
0
0
0
Lg
14
28
28
Rec/G
0.4
0.9
0.6
Avg/C
8.8
9.2
9.1
Avg/G
3.4
7.9
5.7
SCORING
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
13
14
27
TD
21
32
53
Rush
21
32
53
Pass
0
0
0
Retn
0
0
0
PAT
0
0
0
2PAT
0
0
0
FG
0
0
0
ALL PURPOSE
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
13
14
27
Rush
1461
1996
3457
Rec
44
110
154
PR
0
0
0
KR
0
0
0
IR
0
0
0
Total
1505
2106
3611
Avg/G
115.8
150.4
133.7
TACKLES
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
13
14
27
UA
1
1
2
A
0
0
0
Total
1.0
1.0
2.0
TFL
0.0
0.0
0.0
Yds
0
0
0
PD
0
0
0
FF
0
0
0
Total
126
192
318
Avg/G
9.7
13.7
11.8
FR
0
0
0
Mom’s Name: Geraldine
Dad’s Name: Porter
High School Accomplishments (Athletic/Academic): All-State, honorable mention all-area, all
conference MVP
Nickname (s): Showtime
Why you chose UW-W: Great school, great tradition
Three words that best describe you: Amazing, lucky, talented
Favorite Things
Favorite Class: Math
Favorite Food: Anything
Favorite Movie: Pineapple Express
Favorite Quote: “Get „er done”
Favorite Card/Board Game: Monopoly
Favorite College Team (other than UWW): Ohio State
Fun Facts
What TV show would you like to guest star: Monk
If you could be on a reality show, which would you pick: Real World
If you could have dinner with one famous person dead or alive, who would it be: Michael Jordan
Who would play you in a movie about your life: Emmitt Smith
If you could visit one place, where would it be: The moon
What is your dream job: Playing ball
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If you could bring three things from your hometown to Whitewater what would it be: TV, Xbox, my
girl
When you are not playing your sport, what do you like to do: chillax on my bed
Athletic Facts
This off-season I worked on: Speed
The expectations I have for this year are: Starting
What is the significant about your jersey number: 21, it looks good
What is your pre-game ritual: Laying down with my eyes closed visualizing everthing
Sports Hero: Walter Payton
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#5 Jeff Donovan
RUSHING
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
4
4
14
14
36
Att
2
4
96
38
140
Yds
6
1
198
43
248
TD
0
0
3
1
4
Lg
6
4
19
23
23
Avg/C
3.0
0.2
2.1
1.1
1.8
Avg/G
1.5
0.2
14.1
3.1
6.9
PASSING
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
4
4
14
14
36
Att
9
6
334
334
683
Cmp
4
5
213
243
465
Int
0
0
11
5
16
Yds
33
32
2676
3359
6100
TD
0
1
15
27
43
Lg
12
16
58
77
77
Pct
44.4
83.3
63.8
72.8
68.1
Avg/P
3.7
5.3
8.0
10.1
8.9
Avg/G
8.2
8.0
191.1
239.9
169.4
TOTAL OFFENSE G
2006
4
2007
4
2008
14
2009
14
TOTAL
36
Rush
6
1
198
43
248
Pass
33
32
2676
3359
6100
Total
39
33
2874
3402
6348
Avg/G
9.8
8.2
205.3
243.0
176.3
SCORING
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
4
4
14
14
36
TD
0
0
3
1
4
Rush
0
0
3
1
4
Pass
0
0
0
0
0
Retn
0
0
0
0
0
PAT
0
0
0
0
0
2PAT
0
0
0
0
0
FG
0
0
0
0
0
Total
0
0
18
6
24
Avg/G
0.0
0.0
1.3
0.4
0.7
ALL PURPOSE
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
4
4
14
14
36
Rush
6
1
198
43
248
Rec
0
0
0
0
0
PR
0
0
0
0
0
KR
0
0
0
0
0
IR
0
0
0
0
0
Total
6
1
198
43
248
Avg/G
1.5
0.2
14.1
3.1
6.9
TACKLES
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
4
4
14
14
36
UA
0
0
1
0
1
A
0
0
0
0
0
Total
0.0
0.0
1.0
0.0
1.0
TFL
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Yds
0
0
0
0
0
PD
0
0
0
0
0
FF
0
0
0
0
0
Effic
75.2
183.1
139.3
180.9
159.2
FR
0
0
0
0
0
Mom’s Name: Monica
Dad’s Name: Michael
College Accomplishments (Athletic/Academic): Played in national championship game (football).
Played in college world series (baseball)
Nickname(s): JD, JDO, Buzzy
Why you chose UW-Whitewater: To play two sports
3 words that best describe you: Humble, spontaneous, misunderstood
Favorite Things
Favorite class: African American Studies
Favorite food: Chinese
Favorite book: Angels and Demons
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Favorite movie: Forrest Gump
Favorite quote: “Be the change you want to see in the world”
Favorite Card/Board Game: Rummy 500, Hold „Em
Favorite High School Sports Memory: State tourney in baseball
Favorite College Team (other than UWW): Michigan State
Favorite Warhawks Sports Memory: Being in national championship/World Series
Favorite spot on campus: Couch
Fun Facts
What TV Show would you like to guest star?: Dexter
If you could be on a reality show, which would you pick?: Cash Cab
If you could have dinner with one famous person dead or alive, who would it be?: Cassius Clay
Who would play you in a movie about your life?: Johnny Drama
If you could visit one place, where would it be?: Vatican City
What is your dream job?: Professional Athlete
If you could bring 3 things from your hometown to Whitewater, what would they be?: Gilles
custard, my twin sister, my cat
When you are not playing your sport, what do you like to do?: Relax and watch discovery channel
My most prized possession is: my family
Sport Fun Facts
This off-season I worked on: Being balanced
The expectations I have for this year are: Go undefeated
What is significant about your jersey number: Lucky
What is your pre-game ritual?: Breathe
Sports Hero: Ted Williams
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#42 Stephan Jonsson
PUNT RETURNS
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
5
7
12
No.
0
1
1
Yds
0
19
19
TD
0
0
0
Lg
0
0
0
Avg/R
0.0
19.0
19.0
Avg/G
0.0
2.7
1.6
ALL PURPOSE
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
5
7
12
Rush
0
0
0
Rec
0
0
0
PR
0
19
19
KR
0
0
0
IR
0
0
0
Total
0
19
19
Avg/G
0.0
2.7
1.6
TACKLES
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
5
7
12
UA
2
11
13
A
1
10
11
Total
2.5
16.0
18.5
TFL
0.0
2.0
2.0
Yds
0
3
3
PD
0
0
0
FF
0
0
0
FR
0
0
0
Mom’s Name: Anna Hurtado
Dad’s Name: Ove Jonsson
Nickname(s): Spaniard
Why you chose UW-Whitewater: Football
Favorite Things
Favorite Quote: Born a fighter because a quitter never wins.
Sport Fun Facts
This off-season I worked on: Speed, Explosiveness, Overall Strength
The Expectations I have for this year are: Play
What is significant about your jersey number?: My favorite number
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#23 Matt McCulloch
RUSHING
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
2
15
14
31
Att
0
0
1
1
Yds
0
0
7
7
TD
0
0
0
0
Lg
0
0
7
7
Avg/C
0.0
0.0
7.0
7.0
Avg/G
0.0
0.0
0.5
0.2
TOTAL OFFENSE G
2007
2
2008
15
2009
14
TOTAL
31
Rush
0
0
7
7
Pass
0
0
0
0
Total
0
0
7
7
Avg/G
0.0
0.0
0.5
0.2
SCORING
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
2
15
14
31
TD
0
0
1
1
Rush
0
0
0
0
Pass
0
0
0
0
Retn
0
0
1
1
PAT
0
0
0
0
2PAT
0
0
0
0
INTERCEPTIONS
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
2
15
14
31
No.
0
2
1
3
Yds
0
5
39
44
TD
0
0
1
1
Lg
0
5
39
39
Avg/R
0.0
2.5
39.0
14.7
Avg/G
0.0
0.3
2.8
1.4
ALL PURPOSE
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
2
15
14
31
Rush
0
0
7
7
Rec
0
0
0
0
PR
0
0
0
0
KR
0
0
0
0
IR
0
5
39
44
Total
0
5
46
51
Avg/G
0.0
0.3
3.3
1.6
TACKLES
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
2
15
14
31
UA
2
17
26
45
A
1
15
19
35
Total
2.5
24.5
35.5
62.5
TFL
0.0
1.0
0.5
1.5
Yds
0
2
1
3
PD
0
5
4
9
FF
0
0
0
0
FG
0
0
0
0
Total
0
0
6
6
Avg/G
0.0
0.0
0.4
0.2
FR
0
0
0
0
Mom’s Name: Kathy
Dad’s Name: Tim
High School Accomplishments (Athletic/Academic): All-State Defensive Back
College Accomplishments (Athletic/Academic): Honors 07 National champ
GPA: 2.94
Why you chose UW-Whitewater: football program, close to home
3 words that best describe you: Easy going, athletic, hard working
Favorite Things
Favorite food: Hamburger helper
Favorite movie: Superbad
Favorite Card/Board Game: Apples to Apples
Favorite High School Sports Memory: Big eight undefeated conference champs
Favorite College Team (other than UWW): USC
Favorite Warhawks Sports Memory: playing in national champ
Favorite spot on campus: my house
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Fun Facts
What TV Show would you like to guest star?: Two and a Half Men
If you could be on a reality show, which would you pick?: Real World
If you could have dinner with one famous person dead or alive, who would it be?: Michael Jordan
If you could visit one place, where would it be?: Cancun, Mexico
What is your dream job?: Pro golfer
If you could bring 3 things from your hometown to Whitewater, what would they be?: Bed, phone,
my mom
When you are not playing your sport, what do you like to do?: relax, play golf
My most prized possession is: my two champ rings
Sport Fun Facts
This off-season I worked on: Strength
The expectations I have for this year are: National championship
What is significant about your jersey number: MJ
What is your pre-game ritual?: Listen to music
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#1 Cory Robinson
RECEIVING
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
10
12
22
Rec
7
14
21
Yds
176
182
358
TD
2
0
2
Lg
46
63
63
Rec/G
0.7
1.2
1.0
Avg/C
25.1
13.0
17.0
Avg/G
17.6
15.2
16.3
SCORING
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
10
12
22
TD
2
0
2
Rush
0
0
0
Pass
2
0
2
Retn
0
0
0
PAT
0
0
0
2PAT
0
0
0
FG
0
0
0
ALL PURPOSE
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
10
12
22
Rush
0
0
0
Rec
176
182
358
PR
0
0
0
KR
0
0
0
IR
0
0
0
Total
176
182
358
Avg/G
17.6
15.2
16.3
TACKLES
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
10
12
22
UA
2
1
3
A
2
0
2
Total
3.0
1.0
4.0
TFL
0.0
0.0
0.0
Yds
0
0
0
PD
0
1
1
FF
0
0
0
Total
12
0
12
Avg/G
1.2
0.0
0.5
FR
0
0
0
Mom’s Name: Barbara
Dad’s Name: Randy
Community Activities: Basketball camps and football camps
GPA: 2.3
Why you chose UW-W: Football
What surprised you about Whitewater: Smaller then I expected but still like it
Favorite Things
Favorite Class: Canoe
Favorite Food: Peas
Favorite Book: 21
Favorite Movie: Batman
Favorite Quote: “If winning isn‟t everything why do you keep score?”
Favorite Card/Board Game: Horse Races
Favorite High School Sports Memory: Football
Favorite College Team (other than UWW): VT
Favorite Warhawk Sports Memory: National Championship
Favorite Spot on Campus: Apartment
Fun Facts
What TV show would you like to guest star: ESPN
If you could be on a reality show, which would you pick: I Love New York
If you could have dinner with one famous person dead or alive, who would it be: Mike Jordan
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#3 Aaron Rusch
RUSHING
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
15
15
14
44
Att
0
2
7
9
Yds
0
21
49
70
TD
0
0
0
0
Lg
0
19
9
19
Avg/C
0.0
10.5
7.0
7.8
Avg/G
0.0
1.4
3.5
1.6
PASSING
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
15
15
14
44
Att
0
0
1
1
Cmp
0
0
1
1
Int
0
0
0
0
Yds
0
0
32
32
TD
0
0
1
1
Lg
0
0
32
32
Pct
0.0
0.0
100.0
100.0
TOTAL OFFENSE G
2007
15
2008
15
2009
14
TOTAL
44
Rush
0
21
49
70
Pass
0
0
32
32
Total
0
21
81
102
Avg/G
0.0
1.4
5.8
2.3
RECEIVING
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
15
15
14
44
Rec
41
85
64
190
Yds
624
1133
828
2585
TD
5
6
7
18
Lg
57
54
48
57
Rec/G
2.7
5.7
4.6
4.3
Avg/C
15.2
13.3
12.9
13.6
Avg/G
41.6
75.5
59.1
58.8
SCORING
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
15
15
14
44
TD
5
6
64
190
Rush
0
0
828
2585
Pass
5
6
7
18
Retn
0
0
48
57
PAT
0
0
4.6
4.3
2PAT
0
0
12.9
13.6
FG
0
0
59.1
58.8
PUNT RETURNS
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
15
15
14
44
No.
0
30
22
52
Yds
0
223
178
401
TD
0
0
0
0
Lg
0
41
20
41
Avg/R
0.0
7.4
8.1
7.7
Avg/G
0.0
14.9
12.7
9.1
KICK RETURNS
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
15
15
14
44
No.
0
2
0
2
Yds
0
17
0
17
TD
0
0
0
0
Lg
0
10
0
10
Avg/R
0.0
8.5
0.0
8.5
Avg/G
0.0
1.1
0.0
0.4
ALL PURPOSE
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
15
15
14
44
Rush
0
21
49
70
Rec
624
1133
828
2585
PR
0
223
178
401
KR
0
17
0
17
IR
0
0
0
0
Total
624
1394
1055
3073
Avg/P
0.0
0.0
32.0
32.0
Avg/G
Effic
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.3 698.8
0.7 698.8
Total
30
36
Avg/G
2.0
2.4
Avg/G
41.6
92.9
75.4
69.8
Mom’s Name: Kristine Thomas
Dad’s Name: Alan Rusch
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High School Accomplishments (Athletic/Academic): 1 Team All-Conference, All-Region, and AllState WR (2004 &2005), National Honor Society, High Honors every year
College Accomplishments (Athletic/Academic): 2nd Team All-Conference WR, Dean‟s List, National
Champs 2007
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GPA: 3.8
Nickname(s): Ruscher
Why you chose UW-Whitewater: Education, facilities, coaching staff, football tradition
3 words that best describe you: Outgoing, athletic, fun
Favorite Things
Favorite class: Physical Education
Favorite food: Steak & hot wings
Favorite movie: The Program, Dumb & Dumber
Favorite quote: No pain, no gain
Favorie Card/Board Game: Cribbage
Favorite High School Sports Memory: All senior year of football
Favorite College Team (other than UWW): North Caroline Tar Heels
Favorite Warhawks Sports Memory: Winning 2007 National Championship
Favorite spot on campus: Perkins Stadium
Fun Facts
What TV Show would you like to guest star?: Price is Right
If you could be on a reality show, which would you pick?: Survivor
If you could have dinner with one famous person dead or alive, who would it be?: Lebron James
Who would play you in a movie about your life?: Paul Walker
If you could visit one place, where would it be?: Austrailia
What is your dream job?: Player in the NFL
If you could bring 3 things from your hometown to Whitewater, what would they be?: Bed,
flatscreen, TV and PS3
When you are not playing your sport, what do you like to do?: Hang out with friends, grill out, video
games, go up north, brewer games, cribbage/card games, relax
My most prized possession is: My beautiful girlfriend
Sport Fun Facts
This off-season I worked on: Getting bigger, faster & stronger
The expectations I have for this year are: Win WIAC Conference and then National Championship
What is significant about your jersey number: Wore it through high school
What is your pre-game ritual?: Do the same stretches
Sports Hero: Randy Moss
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#11 Jeff Schebler
SCORING
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
14
12
15
14
55
TD
0
0
0
0
0
Rush
0
0
0
0
0
Pass
0
0
0
0
0
Retn
0
0
0
0
0
FIELD GOALS
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
14
12
15
14
55
Att
21
27
29
16
93
Made
18
21
22
13
74
Lg
49
52
47
46
52
Pct
85.7
77.8
75.9
81.2
79.6
PUNTING
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
14
12
15
14
55
No.
0
0
2
0
2
Yards
0
0
65
0
65
Lg
0
0
34
0
34
Avg
0.0
0.0
32.5
0.0
32.5
PAT
68
36
58
78
240
2PAT
0
0
0
0
0
FG
18
21
22
13
74
Total
122
99
124
117
462
Avg/G
8.7
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.4
Mom’s Name: Nancy
Dad’s Name: Joe
High School Accomplishments (Athletic/Academic): All-State Soccer, All-State Football, All-Area
Football
College Accomplishments (Athletic/Academic): 3-time All-American kicker
GPA: 3.3
Nickname(s): Schebs
Why you chose UW-Whitewater: Football
3 words that best describe you: Kind and funny
Favorite Things
Favorite Class: Finance
Favorite Food: Mexican
Favorite Book: The Natural
Favorite Movie: Gladiator
Favorite Card/Board Game: Monopoly
Favorite High School Sport Memory: Winning State Soccer
Favorite College Team (other than UWW): Michigan
Favorite Warhawk Sport Memory: Winning National Championship
Favorite spot on campus: Prince Street
Fun Facts
What TV Show you would like to guest star on?: Lost
If you could be on a reality show, which would you pick?: Big Brother
If you could have dinner with one famous person dead or alive, who would it be?: Peyton Manning
Who would play you in a movie about your life?: Jim Carey
If you could visit one place, where would it be?: Hawaii
What is your dream job?: NFL Kicker
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#7 Troney Shumpert
PUNT RETURNS
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
13
14
15
14
56
No.
0
0
1
0
1
Yds
0
0
14
0
14
TD
0
0
0
0
0
Lg
0
0
14
0
14
Avg/R
0.0
0.0
14.0
0.0
14.0
Avg/G
0.0
0.0
0.9
0.0
0.2
KICK RETURNS
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
13
14
15
14
56
No.
0
5
11
0
16
Yds
0
101
199
0
300
TD
0
0
0
0
0
Lg
0
28
31
0
31
Avg/R
0.0
20.2
18.1
0.0
18.8
Avg/G
0.0
7.2
13.3
0.0
5.4
INTERCEPTIONS
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
13
14
15
14
56
No.
0
1
1
3
5
Yds
0
28
18
64
110
TD
0
0
0
0
0
Lg
0
28
18
36
36
Avg/R
0.0
28.0
18.0
21.3
22.0
Avg/G
0.0
2.0
1.2
4.6
2.0
ALL PURPOSE
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
13
14
15
14
56
Rush
0
0
0
0
0
Rec
0
0
0
0
0
PR
0
0
14
0
14
KR
0
101
199
0
300
IR
0
28
18
64
110
Total
0
129
231
64
424
Avg/G
0.0
9.2
15.4
4.6
7.6
TACKLES
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
13
14
15
14
56
UA
18
13
50
42
123
A
10
8
19
25
62
Total
23.0
17.0
59.5
54.5
154.0
TFL
0.5
0.0
5.5
6.5
12.5
Yds
5
0
24
16
45
PD
0
1
10
15
26
FF
0
0
0
1
1
SACKS
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
13
14
15
14
56
UA
0
0
0
0
0
A
1
0
0
0
1
Total
0.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.5
Yds
5
0
0
0
5
FR
0
0
0
0
0
Mom’s Name: Roberta Harris
Dad’s Name: Kevin McClain
High School Accomplishments (Athletic/Academic): All-Conference, All-Region, MVP offense
College Accomplishments (Athletic/Academic): National Champs 2007, National Runners-up 2006 &
st
nd
2008, 1st Team All-Conference, 1 team All-American, 2 Team All-Region (D3 Fooball)
Nickname(s): Darkness
Why you chose UW-Whitewater: Good school, close to home, athletics
3 words that best describe you: Determined, friendly, respectful
Favorite Things
Favorite class: Forensic documentation
Favorite food: Burgers
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Favorite movie: Hotel Rawanda, Taken
Favorite High School Sports Memory: Football against Oak Creek
Favorite College Team (other than UWW): UW-Madison Badgers
Favorite Warhawks Sports Memory: National Championship
Favorite spot on campus: My apartment
Fun Facts
What TV Show would you like to guest star?: Ellen Degeneres
If you could be on a reality show, which would you pick?: I Love Money
If you could have dinner with one famous person dead or alive, who would it be?: Michael Jordan
If you could visit one place, where would it be?: Africa
What is your dream job?: Playing professional football after college.
When you are not playing your sport, what do you like to do?: Relax and listen to music
My most prized possession is: Family
Sport Fun Facts
This off-season I worked on: Speed, quickness, weight, hands
The expectations I have for this year are: Win conference and National Championship
What is significant about your jersey number: Lucky #7
What is your pre-game ritual?: Imagine myself making big plays
Sports Hero: D-Sanders
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#43 Kyle Supianoski
INTERCEPTIONS
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
15
14
29
No.
0
2
2
Yds
0
0
0
TD
0
0
0
Lg
0
0
0
Avg/R
0.0
0.0
0.0
Avg/G
0.0
0.0
0.0
TACKLES
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
15
14
29
UA
60
32
92
A
48
52
100
Total
84.0
58.0
142.0
TFL
10.5
3.5
14.0
Yds
47
8
55
PD
6
5
11
SACKS
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
15
14
29
UA
2
2
4
A
1
0
1
Total
2.5
2.0
4.5
Yds
15
12
27
FF
1
0
1
FR
1
0
1
Mom’s Name: Sandy
Dad’s Name: Pat
High School Accomplishments (Athletic/Academic): All-Area football team captain, 2nd All-State RB
Iowa
Favorite Things
Favorite class: Anything history
Favorite food: fried chicken
Favorite book: Roughnecks
Favorite movie: Pineapple Express
Favorie Card/Board Game: Eucher
Favorite College Team (other than UWW): Michigan
Fun Facts
What TV Show would you like to guest star?: Entourage
If you could have dinner with one famous person dead or alive, who would it be?: Barry Sanders
If you could visit one place, where would it be?: Greece
What is your dream job?: College Football Coach
If you could bring 3 things from your hometown to Whitewater, what would they be?: Frybread,
The Sett
Sport Fun Facts
The expectations I have for this year are: Winning it all
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#28 Derek Underwood
RUSHING
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
12
9
10
12
43
Att
100
12
0
0
112
Yds
456
62
0
0
518
TD
5
0
0
0
5
Lg
33
22
0
0
33
Avg/C
4.6
5.2
0.0
0.0
4.6
Avg/G
38.0
6.9
0.0
0.0
12.0
TOTAL OFFENSE G
2006
12
2007
9
2008
10
2009
12
TOTAL
43
Rush
456
62
0
0
518
Pass
0
0
0
0
0
Total
456
62
0
0
518
Avg/G
38.0
6.9
0.0
0.0
12.0
RECEIVING
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
12
9
10
12
43
Rec
1
2
0
0
3
Yds
10
7
0
0
17
TD
0
0
0
0
0
Lg
10
4
0
0
10
Rec/G
0.1
0.2
0.0
0.0
0.1
Avg/C
10.0
3.5
0.0
0.0
5.7
Avg/G
0.8
0.8
0.0
0.0
0.4
SCORING
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
12
9
10
12
43
TD
5
0
0
0
5
Rush
5
0
0
0
5
Pass
0
0
0
0
0
Retn
0
0
0
0
0
PAT
0
0
0
0
0
2PAT
0
0
0
0
0
FG
0
0
0
0
0
PUNT RETURNS
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
12
9
10
12
43
No.
3
0
0
0
3
Yds
32
0
0
0
32
TD
0
0
0
0
0
Lg
18
0
0
0
18
Avg/R
10.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
10.7
Avg/G
2.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.7
KICK RETURNS
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
12
9
10
12
43
No.
1
0
3
5
9
Yds
11
0
68
127
206
TD
0
0
0
0
0
Lg
11
0
26
54
54
Avg/R
11.0
0.0
22.7
25.4
22.9
Avg/G
0.9
0.0
6.8
10.6
4.8
ALL PURPOSE
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
12
9
10
12
43
Rush
456
62
0
0
518
Rec
10
7
0
0
17
PR
32
0
0
0
32
KR
11
0
68
127
206
IR
0
0
0
0
0
Total
509
69
68
127
773
Total
30
0
0
0
30
Avg/G
2.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.7
Avg/G
42.4
7.7
6.8
10.6
18.0
35
TACKLES
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
12
9
10
12
43
UA
1
1
9
16
27
A
0
0
5
15
20
Total
1.0
1.0
11.5
23.5
37.0
TFL
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.5
2.5
Yds
0
0
0
7
7
PD
0
0
0
0
0
FF
0
0
0
1
1
FR
0
0
0
0
0
Mom’s Name: Theresa
Dad’s Name: David
High School Accomplishments (Athletic/Academic): High honors, All-Conference, All-Region, AllState 2005
College Accomplishments (Athletic/Academic): Dean‟s List, National Champions 2007
Community Activities: Football/soccer coaching, speed camp coach
GPA: 3.5
Why you chose UW-W: Close to home, great facilities
What surprised you about Whitewater: Great academics, good facilities
Three words that best describe you: Dynamite, determines, passionate
Favorite Things
Favorite Class: Physical Education
Favorite Food: Cheese
Favorite Book: Tucker Max: I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell
Favorite Movie: Dances with Wolves
Favorite Quote: “The only way to get smarter is to play a smarter opponent.”
Favorite Card/Board Game: Sorry!
Favorite High School Sports Memory: Soccer State 2002
Favorite College Team (other than UWW): Boston College
Favorite Warhawk Sports Memory: National Champions 2007
Favorite Spot on Campus: Perkins Stadium
Fun Facts
What TV show would you like to guest star: The Office
If you could be on a reality show, which would you pick: Jeopardy
If you could have dinner with one famous person dead or alive, who would it be: Ghandi
Who would play you in a movie about your life: Rainn Wilson
If you could visit one place, where would it be: Moon
What is your dream job: Making money and doing nothing
If you could bring three things from your hometown to Whitewater what would it be: Pool, dogs
When you are not playing your sport, what do you like to do: Eat
My most prized possession is: Family
Athletic Facts
This off-season I worked on: Getting better
The expectations I have for this year are: Get better
Sports Hero: Mario Lemieux
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#8 Jordan Wells
RUSHING
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
12
6
12
14
44
Att
0
1
0
0
1
Yds
0
5
0
0
5
TD
0
0
0
0
0
Lg
0
5
0
0
5
Avg/C
0.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
5.0
Avg/G
0.0
0.8
0.0
0.0
0.1
TOTAL OFFENSE G
2006
12
2007
6
2008
12
2009
14
TOTAL
44
Rush
0
5
0
0
5
Pass
0
0
0
0
0
Total
0
5
0
0
5
Avg/G
0.0
0.8
0.0
0.0
0.1
RECEIVING
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
12
6
12
14
44
Rec
8
15
53
59
135
Yds
84
154
669
941
1848
TD
0
1
3
10
14
Lg
26
24
38
77
77
Rec/G
0.7
2.5
4.4
4.2
3.1
Avg/C
10.5
10.3
12.6
15.9
13.7
Avg/G
7.0
25.7
55.8
67.2
42.0
SCORING
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
12
6
12
14
44
TD
1
1
3
10
15
Rush
0
0
0
0
0
Pass
0
1
3
10
14
Retn
1
0
0
0
1
PAT
0
0
0
0
0
2PAT
0
0
0
0
0
FG
0
0
0
0
0
KICK RETURNS
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
12
6
12
14
44
No.
7
4
3
3
17
Yds
271
81
62
65
479
TD
1
0
0
0
1
Lg
92
28
25
41
92
Avg/R
38.7
20.2
20.7
21.7
28.2
Avg/G
22.6
13.5
5.2
4.6
10.9
ALL PURPOSE
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
12
6
12
14
44
Rush
0
5
0
0
5
Rec
84
154
669
941
1848
PR
0
0
0
0
0
KR
271
81
62
65
479
IR
0
0
0
0
0
Total
355
240
731
1006
2332
Total
6
6
18
60
90
Avg/G
0.5
1.0
1.5
4.3
2.0
Avg/G
29.6
40.0
60.9
71.9
53.0
Mom’s Name: Eileen
Dad’s Name: Darry
High School Accomplishments (Athletic/Academic): All-Conference two years, All-Area two years
College Accomplishments (Athletic/Academic): National title
Community Activities: Junior Hiltoppers basketball helper/coach and volunteer at Fairhaven Senior
Services
Nickname (s): J Wells
Why you chose UW-W: Coaches, facilities and players
What surprised you about Whitewater: The high level of competition
Three words that best describe you: Fun, outgoing, athletic
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Favorite Things
Favorite Food: BBQ Ribs
Favorite Book: Last Man Down
Favorite Movie: Shawshank Redemption, Dark Knight, Blood Diamond
Favorite Quote: “You have to give respect to get it”
Favorite Card/Board Game: Monopoly
Favorite High School Sports Memory: Scoring my first touchdown
Favorite College Team (other than UWW): UNC
Favorite Warhawk Sports Memory: Winning a national title
Favorite Spot on Campus: My circle bed
Fun Facts
Most interesting learning experience: My experience at Fairhaven Senior Services, learning how much
it means to elderly people just to sit down and have a simple conversation
What TV show would you like to guest star: SportsCenter
If you could be on a reality show, which would you pick: Pro‟s vs. Joe‟s
If you could have dinner with one famous person dead or alive, who would it be: Walter Payton
Who would play you in a movie about your life: Will Smith
If you could visit one place, where would it be: Bahamas
What is your dream job: NFL
If you could bring three things from your hometown to Whitewater what would it be: Chilis, Buffalo
Wild Wings, TGI Fridays
When you are not playing your sport, what do you like to do: Sleep, eat, chill with my friends, be with
my girlfriend
My most prized possession is: Baby blanket
Athletic Facts
This off-season I worked on: Everything
The expectations I have for this year are: Nothing short of a national title
What is the significant about your jersey number: Mine and my girlfriend‟s favorite number
What is your pre-game ritual: Listen to new music on my iPod
Sports Hero: William Henderson
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#97 Anthony White
INTERCEPTIONS
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
8
14
15
14
51
No.
0
1
0
0
1
Yds
0
0
0
0
0
TD
0
0
0
0
0
Lg
0
0
0
0
0
Avg/R
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Avg/G
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
TACKLES
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
8
14
15
14
51
UA
4
29
31
29
93
A
8
23
23
30
84
Total
8.0
40.5
42.5
44.0
135.0
TFL
0.0
11.5
11.0
12.5
35.0
Yds
0
58
51
67
176
PD
0
1
0
3
4
SACKS
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
8
14
15
14
51
UA
0
9
6
5
20
A
0
3
1
1
5
Total
0.0
10.5
6.5
5.5
22.5
Yds
0
54
36
46
136
FF
1
0
2
1
4
FR
0
3
1
1
5
Mom’s Name: Debora
Dad’s Name: Anthony
High School Accomplishments (Athletic/Academic): All-State, All-Area, MVP for football
Community Activities: Helped out community church around Thanksgiving
Campus Activities: BSU, member of Omega Psi Psi
Nickname (s) : Bone the Great
Favorite Things
Favorite Quote: “Begin with the end in mind.”
Favorite High School Sports Memory: State champion power lifting
Favorite Warhawk Sports Memory: Stagg Bowl 2007
Fun Facts
Who would play you in a movie about your life: Denzel Washington
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#31 Paul Wick
INTERCEPTIONS
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
7
8
15
14
44
No.
1
0
2
4
7
Yds
0
0
25
36
61
TD
0
0
0
0
0
Lg
0
0
21
32
32
Avg/R
0.0
0.0
12.5
9.0
8.7
Avg/G
0.0
0.0
1.7
2.6
1.4
ALL PURPOSE
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
7
8
15
14
44
Rush
0
0
0
0
0
Rec
0
0
0
0
0
PR
0
0
0
0
0
KR
0
0
0
0
0
IR
0
0
25
36
61
Total
0
0
25
36
61
Avg/G
0.0
0.0
1.7
2.6
1.4
TACKLES
2006
2007
2008
2009
TOTAL
G
7
8
15
14
44
UA
4
10
32
31
77
A
2
3
29
30
64
Total
5.0
11.5
46.5
46.0
109.0
TFL
0.0
0.0
2.0
1.0
3.0
Yds
0
0
6
1
7
PD
1
0
12
7
20
FF
0
0
0
0
0
FR
0
0
1
0
1
Mom’s Name: Randene
Dad’s Name: Jim
High School Accomplishments (Athletic/Academic): 2003 All-Conference, 2004 All-Conference and
All-Suburban, 2004 Shrine Game Participant, National Honor Society Member, 2004 team captain
College Accomplishments (Athletic/Academic): 2007 National Championship, 2008 Honorable
Mention All-Conference, 2007 team captain
Why you chose UW-Whitewater: Athletics and great business school
3 words that best describe you: Hard working, caring, dedicated
Favorite Things
Favorite Food: Mexican and Italian
Favorite Movie: Friday Night Lights, Old School
Favorite Card/Board Game: Clue
Favorite High School Sport Memory: Thursday nights
Favorite College Team (other than UWW): USC
Favorite Warhawk Sport Memory: Winning 2007 National Championship
Favorite spot on campus: Stadium
Fun Facts
If you could be on a reality show, which would you pick?: Real World
If you could have dinner with one famous person dead or alive, who would it be?: Michael Jordan
If you could visit one place, where would it be?: Europe
What is your dream job?: To work with pro athletes
When you are not playing your sport, what do you like to do?: Relax, work out, listen to music, watch
movies, play video games
Sport Fun Facts
This off-season I worked on: Speed and strength
The Expectations I have for this year are: Win a national Championship
What is your pre-game ritual?: Same pre game meal & routine
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2009 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
Date
Opponent
Location
Time/Result
9/5/2009
9/12/2009
9/26/2009
10/3/2009
10/10/2009
10/17/2009
10/24/2009
10/31/2009
11/7/2009
11/14/2009
11/21/2009
11/28/2009
12/5/2009
12/12/09
Dickinson State University
Midland Lutheran College (Neb.)
University of Puget Sound
University of Wisconsin-Platteville
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Dickinson, ND
Whitewater, WI
Whitewater, WI
Whitewater, WI
Whitewater, WI
University of Wisconsin-Stout
University of Wisconsin-River Falls
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
Lakeland College
Illinois Wesleyan University
Wittenberg (OH)
Linfield
Menomonie, WI
Whitewater, WI
Stevens Point, WI
Whitewater, WI
La Crosse, WI
Whitewater, WI
Whitewater, WI
Whitewater, WI
Whitewater, WI
W 38-3
W 58-0
W 42-7
W 35-3
W 38-14
W 38-3
W 38-14
W 41-12
W 40-7
W 58-21
W 70-7
W 45-7
W 31-13
W 27-17
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
**
**
**
**
*Denotes a Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Converence contest
**Denotes National Collegiate Athletic Association playoff contest
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2009 GAME STORIES
Warhawks Open with Road Win
September 5, 2009
UW-Whitewater, ranked second in the NCAA Division III preseason polls, opened the 2009 season with a
38-3 win at Dickinson State University at the Badlands Activity Center in Dickinson, North Dakota
Saturday afternoon.
Both teams could throw out the first and third periods, when no one scored, and shorten the game to
thirty minutes.
UW-W's All-American kicker Jeff Schebler opened the scoring with a 23 yard field goal to end a fourteen
play drive early in the second quarter. The Warhawks added their first TD of the season, ending a seven
play, seventy-nine yard mark with a twenty-six yard pass from Jeff Donovan to Jordan Wells. The first
half scoring ended with All-American tailback Levell Coppage going the final yard to make it 17-0 at
intermission.
After a scoreless third period, Donovan connected with Aaron Rusch for an eight yard score, followed by
a one yard TD by Jake Taylor and seven yard run by Matt Blanchard, the first collegiate touchdown for
both.
With UW-W leading 38-0, Dickinson got a 28 yard field goal from Cole Zamira to avert the shutout.
Donovan went 23-32 for 349 yards, the two touchdowns and no interceptions for the Warhawks. Wide
receiver Aaron Rusch caught eight passes, giving him 134 for his career and sixth place on the UW-W
career list. Next on the list is tight end Steve Tenhagen with 145 receptions from 1998-2001. Kyle Heller
led the defense wwith eight tackles, five of them solo and a quarterback sack.
UW-W is 1-0 and DSU is 0-2.
Whitewater will open the home schedule next week, hosting Midland Lutheran College at 12:00 in Perkins
Stadium. Tickets are available at the University Center ticket office during business hours MondayFriday, or at Perkins Stadium on game day.
Warhawks Roll in Game Two
September 12, 2009
Midland Lutheran College had one third of their offensive plays in their first drive (which netted just 12
yards), but that was the most the Warrior offense was seen for the rest of the day. UW-W scored 27
points in the first quarter and 48 by halftime.
Given the score no one would have guessed that All-American Levell Coppage was not the first Warhawk
back this year to gain 100 yards. Neither was Antwan Anderson, a 1,000 yard rusher last year. C.J.
Miller, who rushed twice for four yards, led the Warhawks with 129 yards on19 carries. Maybe it sheds
some light on a line that has been producing 1,000 yard rushers.
Quarterback Jeff Donovan had one of his shortest stints as a starter, playing less than a half and
completing 10-13 passes for 172 yards and five touchdowns. The TD mark ties the UW-W game record,
also held by three other quarterbacks (including Justin Jacobs four times).
Placekicker Jeff Schebler had one field goal, (40) and seven extra points, giving him 355 career points,
second on the all-time Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference list. Former UW-W tailback and
placekicker Chad Wurth owns the record with 366 points (2000-2003).
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The Warhawk defense, again giving everyone valuable playing experience, forced four turnovers and
limited Midland to 92 yards on 44 plays.
UW-W, 2-0, is ranked second in the d3football.com poll. MLC is 1-1.
Whitewater has a bye week next week. The Warhawks will host the University of Puget Sound Saturday,
September 26 with a 12:00 kickoff in Perkins Stadium. Tickets are available during normal business
hours at the University Center, and at the Stadium ticket window on game day. Call 262-472-2222
for ticket information.
#2 Warhawks 3-0 with Win Over Puget Sound
September 26, 2009
UW-Whitewater, ranked second Division III of the NCAA, upped its record to 3-0 with a 42-7 win over the
University of Puget Sound Saturday afternoon in Perkins Stadium in Whitewater, Wisconsin.
Whitewater went 59 yards in nine plays, scoring on a Levell Coppage one yard rush, on the first drive of
the game.
UW-W's next possession also resulted in another short scoring run by Coppage, this from two yards out
to culminate another nine play drive.
Puget Sound made a bid to cut the deficit, taking the ensuing kickoff to their own 34. Facing a fourth and
one at the Whitewater 45, Logger quarterback Kavin Williams rushed for two yards to keep the drive
alive. UPS drove to the five yard line, earning a first and goal. Three rushes later, with fourth and two,
Williams was stopped short of the goal by Justin Ankley and Zach Christopherson, ending the Loggers'
8:43 possession of the ball.
Whitewater went in to the locker room with the 14-0 lead.
Coppage scored for the third time, another one yard run at 10:11 in the third.
The Warhawk defense stopped UPS in the red zone again, halting a drive when a Williams pass fell
incomplete with fourth and six at the UW-W 18.
Two plays later senior quarterback Jeff Donovan hooked up with senior wideout Jordan Wells on a 77yard pass to put UW-W up 28-0. That hookup is the longest scoring pass in forty games. You have to go
back to October 21, 2006 when Justin Jacobs connected with Derek Stanley on an 80 yard TD in a 49-21
win at UW-Platteville.
Luke Hibner got the ball back for UW-W, knocking the ball loose for Jon Baldwin to recover at the UPS
32. The Warhawks dusted off a special play on the next down, with Donovan taking the snap and
handing the ball to junior wide receiver Aaron Rusch, who in turn completed a 32 yard scoring pass with
junior Adam Brandes. Whitewater led 35-0 with 14:42 left in the game.
It was the C.J. Miller show on Whitewater's next series. The junior running back carried the ball eight
straight plays, finishing with a one yard scoring run to up the UW-W lead to 42-0.
Backup QB Spencer Crace pulled the Loggers together to get on the board. He directed a 71 yard drive,
using ten plays. Crace went 6-6 for 58 yards on the drive. He teamed up with Ross Zuhl for six yards on
the score.
UW-W rolled up 542 yards to 242 for UPS. Coppage led both teams with 134 yards rushing on 20
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attempts. The Warhawks averaged 5.6 yards per carry. Puget Sound linebacker led both teams with 11
tackles and a tackle for a loss. Warhawk linebacker Greg Arnold tallied ten and two for a loss.
Whitewater senior placekicker Jeff Schebler, who went 6x6 on point after tries, moved in to first place in
the UW-Whitewater and the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in career scoring, with his
present total of 369. He broke the marks formerly held by Whitewater's Chad Wurth (366, 20002003). Schebler is just fourteen points behind the NCAA III career mark of 383, held by Mike Zimmerman
of Mount Union (2005-2007).
UW-W will open the WIAC schedule next week, hosting UW-Platteville at 1:00 in Perkins
Stadium. Tickets are available in the University Center Ticket Office Monday-Friday during business
hours, and at the Perkins Stadium gate on game day. Call (262) 472-2222 for ticket information.
Warhawks Open WIAC Schedule with 35-3 Win Over Pioneers
October 3, 2009
UW-Whitewater opened defense of its Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title with a 35-3 win
over UW-Platteville before a Family Day crowd of 9,157 at Perkins Stadium in Whitewater, Wisconsin
Saturday afternoon.
Levell Coppage began a record-setting day with a 25 yard run on Whitewater's first possession to open
the scoring at 9:13. Warhawk defensive back Troney Shumpert picked off a Nick Anderson pass at the
Whitewater thirty, and four plays later Coppage took it in from 35 yards out for a 14-0 lead at 5:08 in the
first. Third drive, ditto. Coppage from three yards to end a 75 yard drive. Whitewater led 21-0 at 10:32
left in the second quarter.
Platteville held on to the ball for six minutes, moving 60 yards on 12 plays until Whitewater intercepted a
pass, but was whistled for pass interference to on a third down to keep the drive alive. Tony Smidl
booted a 27 yard field goal to make it 21-3 Whitewater with 4:49 left in the half. That's the score the
teams took into the lockerroom at the half.
Whitewater started the second half quickly too, with Jeff Donovan connecting with Adam Brandes for a 36
yard score at 11:56 for the only score of the period.
Coppage ended a 78 yard drive with his fourth TD of the day, this time for ten yards, to make it 35-3 at
10:33 in the fourth. Coppage tied the school record with his four touchdowns. The feat has been
accomplished ten times, most recently twice by Coppage last season.
Whitewater totaled 425 yards of offense, Platteville 236. The Warhawks completed 22-25 passes for 249
yards and one TD with no interceptions. Platteville had three turnovers (fumble, two INT) and Whitewater
did not turn the ball over.
Linebacker Lane Olson led the Warhawk defense with three quarterback sacks, all in the first half. UWW's offensive line did not allow a sack, a stat category in which they lead the WIAC. Donovan accounted
for all of the passing except one for nine yards, and Coppage rushed for 166 yards on 27
carriies. Brandes led UW-W receivers with six catches for 93 yards.
Anderson was 26-41 for 175 yards, with the two picks. Brandon Hertrampf was on the receiving end of
seven passes for 59 yards, and Hank McIvor gained 48 yards rushing on just four carries.
The George Chryst Players of the Game were Coppage and linebacker Kyle Supianoski for UW-W, and
Anderson and defensive back Brian Snyder.
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UW-W, ranked second in the national Division III poll, is 4-0 overall and 1-0 in the WIAC. UW-P is 2-2
and 0-1 in league play.
UW-W, winners of four consecutive WIAC crowns, will continue league play at home next Saturday
(October 10), hosting UW-Eau Claire at 3:00 in Perkins Stadium. Call the University Center ticket office
at 262-472-2222 for ticket information.
Coppage Runs Over Blugolds
October 10, 2009
Sophomore tailback Levell Coppage rushed for 386 yards to lead second-ranked UW-Whitewater to a 3814 win over UW-Eau Claire in Perkins Stadium Saturday afternoon.
Coppage rushed the ball 42 times, averaging 9.3 yards per carry. The total is a UW-W school record,
breaking the mark of 286 by Justin Beaver, accomplished against UW-La Crosse in 2006. The yardage
total is second highest all-time in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, behind only a 391
yard game by Andrew Mocadlo of UW-La Crosse versus UW-Stout in 2003.
The Whitewater defense stopped the Blugolds on fourth down attempts in Whitewater territory on UWEC's first two drives. After the second stop, UW-W went 72 yards in seven plays, senior quarterback Jeff
Donovan hit junior wideout Aaron Rusch with a four yard scoring pass.
The Whitewater offense also scored the next time it had the ball, with Jeff Schebler adding to his school
and WIAC scoring record with a 32-yard field goal. Schebler scored eight points in the game, putting him
one point away from tying the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III kick scoring record of
383 held by Mike Zimmerman of Mount Union College (2003-2005).
Warhawk defensive tackle Wesley Hicks sacked UW-EC QB Kyle Paulson, forcing a fumble that
Whitewater's Justin Ankley recovered at the EC 19. Coppage scored on the first play putting UW-W
ahead 17-0 at 11:48 in the second.
Eau Claire took advantage of a Coppage fumble at the EC 3, moving the ball 97 yards in ten plays to
score with 5.7 seconds left on a Paulson to David Goodman 37 yard pass. Whitewater blocked the point
after and the teams went in to the locker room with Whitewater leading 17-6.
EC sophomore linebacker Andy Neumann stripped the ball from Coppage at midfield on the second play
of the second half, returning the ball to the Blugold offense. UW-EC's eight play drive included a crucial
fourth and four conversion with a 26 yard pass completion from Paulson to Spencer Kehoe. Paulson
connected with Brett Schreiner for seven yards to make it 17-12, and Paulson hit Kehoe with the two
point conversion to make it 17-14 at 11:17 in the third.
From that point on Whitewater scored 21 unanswered points.
The first score came on a 20 yard rush by Coppage, ending a seven play 85-yard drive. Schebler's PAT
made it 24-14 with 3:09 in the third.
Whitewater's next score was again provided by Coppage, this time from 27 yards out. That drive covered
62 yards in four plays, 54 provided by Coppage on two rushes. Whitewater led 31-14 at the end of the
third quarter.
Eau Claire had a first and goal at the Whitewater five in the fourth period, but facing a fourth and one UWW defensive back Troney Shumpert knocked down the pass in the end zone and Whitewater took
over. The Warhawks moved the ball 99 yards in 19 plays, 12 of them rushes by Coppage, for the final
score. Antwan Anderson scored from three yards out to end the drive.
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Whitewater's offense rushed for 402 yards and averaged 8.2 per carry. Four Warhawks, defensive back
Paul Wick, linebackers Kyle Supianoski and Lane Olson, and defensive end Jon Baldwin had seven
tackles apiece for the UW-W defense. Olson added a forced fumble and a pass break up.
Eau Claire's Paulson rushed for 52 yards, but he ran for 55 yards on the second play of the game for the
Blugolds longest play of the day. He also completed 26-37 for 223 yards and two touchdowns. Schreiner
was on the other end of seven Paulson passes for 36 yards, and Goodman pulled down four for 55
yards. On defense, it was Neumann who had a game high ten tackles and the fumble recovery.
Whitewater, now 5-0 and 2-0 in the WIAC, will travel to UW-Stout for a 3:00 kickoff in Menomonie. The
Warhawks' next home game will be October 24 with UW-River Falls visiting Perkins Stadium for
Homecoming and a 3:00 kickoff. UW-EC is 2-3 overall and 0-2 in the WIAC.
Schebler Breaks DIII Record in Win Over Blue Devils
October 17, 2009
The Warhawk football team, ranked second in the latest d3football.com poll, remains unbeaten this
season after a 38-3 win over UW-Stout in Menomonie Saturday. Whitewater is now 6-0 overall and 3-0 in
the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. The Blue Devils drop to 4-2 overall and 1-2 in league
play.
The Warhawk defense stopped the first Blue Devil drive forcing a touchback just 3:11 into the game. UWW would move the ball up the field with four first downs until a 21-yard pass from Jeff Donovan to John
Novak put the Warhawks ahead 6-0 halfway through the first quarter. The extra point attempt from
placekicker Jeff Schebler was good tying him for the Division III kick scoring record held by Mike
Zimmerman of Mount Union College (2003-2005).
UW-W would continue to move the ball through the Blue Devil defense recording four more first downs to
start the second quarter on a drive that continued from the first quarter. Levell Coppage finished the drive
by punching the ball in from one yard out on a fourth and goal putting the Warhawks up 13-0. Schebler
broke the Division III kick scoring record with the extra point to move the Whitewater lead to 14-0.
On the next drive quarterback Donovan threw his first interception since the National Championship game
against Mount Union last season. Donovan had not thrown an interception in his last 133 pass attempts.
His stellar season is noted in his touchdown to interception ratio this season which is currently 12-1. Stout
capitalized on the rare UW-W turnover with a field goal bringing the score to 14-3.
UW-W would run the clock down to just four seconds left in the half before putting another score on the
board with a Donovan five-yard rushing touchdown. The score at the half was 21-3 with the Warhawks on
top.
Whitewater scored on the first drive of the second half as Coppage got the call from five yards out for his
second touchdown of the day.
The offense would again pound the ball down the field to get into field goal range for Schebler. From 45
yards, Schebler made it look easy putting it through the uprights and widening the Warhawk lead to 31-3.
The Warhawks would finish out the scoring with Donovan's second passing touchdown of the game, this
time for nine yards to Jordan Wells as the Warhawks put up seven more and put the game out of reach
38-3.
Whitewater has not lost to the Blue Devils since 2001 where they fell 25-28 in Menomonie. The
Warhawks are now 41-10-2 against Stout all-time.
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The Warhawk offense showed why they top the conference as Donovan went 23-30 with 260 passing
yards, two passing and one rushing touchdown. The league's top rusher, Levell Coppage, pounded out
85 yards and two touchdowns of his own to bring his total to 13 on the season. Jordan Wells lead the way
for recieving with seven catches for 70 yards and one touchdown. The offense was also 2-2 on fourth
downs.
UW-W's defense kept their streak alive through today's game by not allowing Stout to score in the first
quarter. So far in the six games Whitewater has played, no opponent has mustered a single point in the
first quarter against the tough Warhawk defense.
Next week the Warhawks take on UW-River Falls at Perkins Stadium at 12 pm. The game is UWWhitewater's Homecoming as well as the Hall of Fame game.
#2 Warhawks Up Mark to 7-0 with River Falls Win
October 24, 2009
UW-Whitewater, ranked second in the D3football.com and AFCA Division III polls, extended its record to
34-1 at Perkins Stadium since the start of the 2005 season with a 38-14 win over UW-River Falls
Saturday afternoon in Whitewater, Wisconsin.
For the seventh time this season UW-W did not allow an opponent to score in the first quarter. For just
the second time, the first since the season opener at Dickinson State, UW-W also did not score in the first
fifteen minutes.
Whitewater broke the drought with a touchdown on its second possesion of the second quarter. UW-W
went 72 yards in eight plays, beginning the drive with a 28-yard Jeff Donovan to Aaron Rusch
pass. Levell Coppage finished the drive with a four yard run at 6:44.
Whitewater's next drive finished the same way, with Coppage scoring from five yards out at 1:33 on the
seventh play of the drive.
The Warhawk defense forced RF into a three and out, with UW-W taking over at the Whitewater 40. With
the clock winding down and no timeouts remaining, facing a third and ten at the RF 36, Donovan hooked
up with Jordan Wells to make the margin 21-0 going in to the locker rooms.
Whitewater managed just 61 yards in the first quarter, but rolled up 200 in the second.
UW-W kept the momentum coming out of the locker room, scoring on a the first drive of the second
half. Donovan spread the ball to take UW-W down the field. He connected for 15 with Rusch, then Adam
Brandes for 24, and got the score on a 35-yard hookup with Jordan Wells. Whitewater 28-0 with 13:03.
The homestanding defense gave RF just three plays again, with the Warhawk offense taking over on its
43. Coppage ran for nine yards, and Donovan and Rusch paired up again, this time for a 48-yard score
as Whitewater upped the margin to 35-0 with 11:15 left in the third.
Later in the quarter Whitewater took advantage of an eight yard Falcon punt to take possesion at the RF
24. Jeff Schebler, the all-time kick scoring leader in NCAA Division III history, added a 35 yard field goal
to make the spread 38-0.
The Falcons got on the board in fourth. Ryan Luessenheide tossed a 28 yard pass to Ryan Hansen to
give UW-RF their first points at 11:44. Later in the fourth quarter RF had a foruth and goal from the
Whitewater one, and Ahmad Palmer took it in with 1:27 remaining for the final score of the day.
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Rusch, who had seven receptions for 127 yards, broke the career reception mark formerly held by Jim
Leszczynski (2002-2005). Rusch has 163 catches, Leszczynski had 162. Rusch also moved in to third
place on the school's career receiving yardage list, with 2,291 to pass Joe Gerlach (1979-82,
2,250). With his three touchdowns in the game, Whitewater's Coppage upped his career total to 37, tied
for second in the UW-Whitewater record book. He is tied with Chad Wurth (2000-2003), with Justin
Beaver (2004-2007) in the top spot with 44.
UW-Whitewater is 7-0 overall, 4-0 in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. UW-RF is 2-5
and 0-4 in league play.
Whitewater will travel to UW-Stevens Point October 31. The Pointers, 4-0 in conference play after a win
over UW-La Crosse today, gave UW-W their only loss last year, and broke Whitewater's win streak at
Perkins Stadium. The Warhawks will conclude the regular season home schedule November 7 with a
1:00pm kickoff versus UW-Oshkosh. Tickets are sold at the University Center ticket office Monday
through Friday during normal business hours and at Perkins Stadium on game day. Call 262-472-2222
for ticket information.
'Hawks Claim Sole Possession of First in WIAC with Victory over
Pointers
October 31, 2009
No one wanted to use the word revenge but a 41-12 UW-Whitewater victory over UW-Stevens Point on
Saturday in Stevens Point was just that. The 'Hawks scored three unanswered touchdowns to take a 210 lead en route to a 41-12 thumping of the Pointers. UW-W, who lost to the Pointers in Whitewater on
homecoming in 2008, remains undefeated, 8-0 overall and 5-0 in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic
Conference.
Both teams entered Saturday's contest undefeated in the WIAC. The win propels the Warhawks to a one
game lead with two conference games yet to play. The game between these two teams in 2008 was a
bitter ending to a couple of streaks for UW-W who had run off a 27-game winning streak at Perkins
Stadium and a 25-game winning streak in conference games. The Pointers scored the go ahead point
with just seconds remaining to win 17-16.
This Saturday was a different story. The Pointers started with the ball on their own 35 after a 31-yard
kickoff return and the 'Hawks immediately picked off the first pass by quarterback Jared Beckwith. Zach
Christopherson made the interception, his second of the year. The Warhawks then used four plays to
cover 47 yards on a drive that ended with a one yard touchdown run by Antwan Anderson. Jeff Schebler
tacked on an extra point to give the Warhawks a 7-0 lead just one minute and eight seconds into the
game.
The following two possessions, one by each team, ended in a punt. The ensuing Pointer possession
began at the Whitewater 46 yard line. The Pointers reached the Warhawk 29 and were faced with a
fourth and three situation. UW-SP went for it but Jeremy Deibert snuffed out David Hammer after a two
yard reception for a turnover on downs.
The Warhawks went three and out on their next possession and the Pointers returned the favor.
The Warhawks started on their 32 on the following possession. A ten-yard pass to John Novak from Jeff
Donovan followed by back-to-back false start penalties had the Warhawks in the same spot they
began. On the next play Levell Coppage broke through for a 68-yard touchdown run, his 17th of
the season. Schebler knocked the extra point through the uprights and the 'Hawks were up 14-0.
The second quarter got no better for the Pointers as they had a punt blocked and covered up at their own
eight yard line. Two rushes by Coppage and he was again in the end zone extending UW-W's lead.
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Point responded later in the quarter a with a touchdown on a 93-yard pass from Beckwith to Jared
Jenkins. A failed extra point attempt gave the Warhawks a 21-6 advantage.
Several possessions later the Warhawks began a first half drive at their own 34 with 2:37 remaining. The
Warhawks fought down to the Pointer five-yard line but Jeff Donovan had a pass picked off in the end
zone to end the half.
A nine play, 74-yard drive began the second half for UW-W. Donovan found Aaron Rusch for a 16-yard
scoring strike. Another successful extra point by Schebler gave the Warhawks a 28-6 lead.
On the next Warhawk possession, Coppage broke off another long run, this time of 36-yards, to score his
third touchdown of the game and give the Warhawks a 35-6 lead after Schebler's extra point.
The Warhawks blocked another punt on the following Pointer possession and Schebler got a chance to
kick something other than an extra point. UW-W began with the ball at the UW-SP fourteen and got down
to the Pointer one yard line but were unable to cross the goal line. Schebler's eighteen yard field goal
pushed the Warhawks' lead to 32 points.
The Pointers put together a solid eight play, 75 yard drive that overlapped the third and fourth quarters to
score another touchdown, but a failed two point conversion meant the score was now 38-12.
Schebler pushed another one through the uprights, this one a 22 yarder, with three and a half minutes
remaining to make the final score 41-12.
The Warhawks recorded 22 first downs to Stevens Point's 13. Levell Coppage rushed for 199 yards and
three touchdowns on the afternoon. His 68-yard touchdown run in the first quarter is the longest rushing
play of the season for UW-W. Coppage is currently eighth in career rushing (2,542 yards) and second in
career touchdowns (40) in the UW-Whitewater record book.
Donovan threw for 178 yards on 16 of 27 passing. Donovan is currently completing just over 72 percent
of his passes, the highest percentage in the WIAC.
Troney Shumpert led the 'Hawks defensively with five total tackles. Kyle Supianoski and Jeremy Deibert
also chipped in 3.5 and 3 tackles respectively.
The Warhawks will host UW-Oshkosh next Saturday, November 7, at Perkins Stadium in UWWhitewater. Kickoff is slated for 1:00 pm.
Warhawks Wrap Up WIAC Title and NCAA Berth
November 7, 2009
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater wrapped up its fifth consecutive Wisconsin Intercollegdiate
Athletic Conference title and the league's automatic berth in the National Collegiate Athletic Association
Division III championship playoffs with a 40-7 win over UW-Oshkosh in Perkins Stadium Saturday
afternoon.
The Warhawk football team's run of five consecutive league championships is the second longest
streak since the WIAC crowned its first champion in 1913 (UW-La Crosse, six, 1949-54) and the second
longest for any sport in UW-Whitewater history (wrestling, 1974-80).
Whitewater went 70 yards on twelve plays, including seven rushes by Levell Coppage, ending a five yard
TD from Coppage at 2:43.
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UW-W mounted another long drive late in the second quarter, going 89 yards on 14 plays. Coppage
accounted for 47 of the yards on nine carries, ending with another score from six yards out, making it 140 with 5:34 left in the half.
Whitewater's defense held Oshkosh to three plays and a punt, and the Warhawks set up for their final
score in the half. Moving from their own 35 to the Oshkosh 18, Jeff Schebler converted a 35-yard field
goal with two seconds left in the half.
UW-W took the opening kickoff of the second half and went 65 yards in eleven plays. Jeff Donovan
floated a pass over an Oshkosh defender into the arms of John Novak in the corner of the end zone from
eleven yards out. UW-W missed the extra point, making it 23-0 with 9:38 left in the third.
Late in the third the Warhawks began another drive, starting from their own 36 and setting up Schebler for
a 39-yard field goal to put UW-W up 26-0 with 13:57 left in the game.
Oshkosh drove the ball from their own 25 to Whitewater's 28, but two incompleted passes on third and
fourth down turned the ball over to UW-W. After a six yard run by Coppage, he took the next handoff
from Donovan and outran the Oshkosh defense for a 66-yard score to up the margin to 33-0. The dash
was the second longest offensive play of the season for UW-W, behind only a 68-yard run by Coppage at
UW-Stevens Point October 31.
Oshkosh began another drive at their ten. Two rushes, an incomplete pass, and an Oshkosh penalty set
the ball at the Oshkosh 25. Tyler Wegner, Oshkosh's number two quarterback, threw a pass into
coverage that was tipped by an Oshkosh receiver and picked out of the air by Paul Coburn to go 75 yards
for the Titans' only score of the day.
Aaron Samplawksi returned the ensuing kickoff 60 yards to the Oshkosh 28. Four plays later, all C.J.
Miller runs, UW-W ended the scoring at 0:52.
Coppage rushed 27 times for 209 yards, his third 200+ game in his two year career. He rushed for 235
against Eau Claire September 13 last year and 387 versus Eau Claire October 10 this season. With
2,950 yards Coppage moved in to seventh place on the UW-W career rushing list, passing John D'Amato
(2,852, 1995-97). The three touchdowns give him 43 career rushing scores, second only to Justin
Beaver's (2004-2007) 44.
Schebler's ten points today inched him closer to the NCAA record. Schebler, who already owns the
Division III career kick scoring record, has the all-time all-division NCAA mark set by Art Carmody of
Louisville (2004-2007), 433 points, in sight.
Warhawk QB Jeff Donovan, who has completed 73% of his passes this season, didn't hurt his percentage
with a 29-33 day for 229 yards, one TD and one interception. Senior wideout Jordan Wells set a personal
collegiate high with 12 catches for 90 yards.
Whitewater's defense still has not yielded a point in the first quarter this season. DB Jeremy Diebert led
the team with five solo tackles, and DB Troney Shumpert had five total tackles and one tackle for a
loss. Linebacker Kyle Supianoski led UW-W with seven total tackles. Oshkosh linebacker James Taraboi
was the game's leading tackler with 16 total, including ten solo. Taraboi also had a tackle for a
loss. Titan free safety Jack Breese was credited with 14 total tackles, and strong safety Frank Martin was
also in double figures, with 11.
Freshman QB Nate Wara completed 19-30 passes for 145 yards with no interceptions. He spread his
completions among eleven receivers. Wara also led the Titans with 34 yards rushing on eight carries.
UW-W, 9-0 overall and 6-0 in the WIAC, is 35-1 at Perkins Stadium since the start of the 2005
season. The Warhawks have also won 38 of their last 39 WIAC games, and are 64-5 in that span. The
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Warhawks will conclude the regular season at UW-La Crosse next week. The NCAA III playoffs will begin
November 21, with sites and opponents announced Monday, November 16.
Football Moves on to Second Round
November 21, 2009
UW-Whitewater opened the 2009 National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III playoffs with a 70-7
win over Lakeland College in Perkins Stadium in Whitewater, Wisconsin. UW-W's Playoff Central site
UW-W, 11-0, will host Illinois Wesleyan University, 10-1, in a second round game Saturday, November 28
at 12:00 in Perkins Stadium. Call 262-472-2222 for ticket information.
Whitewater scored on its first offensive play of the day. Jeff Donovan hit Jordan Wells with a 55 yard
scoring pass with 13:52 still left in the first quarter. Jeff Schebler added the extra point.
Lakeland responded with an 11 play, 76 yard drive, capped by five yard TD toss from Jake Dworak to
Jake Heinemeyer. The extra point by Nic Horstmeier at 7:28 tied the game. It was the first time this
season that UW-W yielded a point in the first quarter.
UW-W went on to add nine more touchdowns, seven of them on the ground, three from sophomore
tailback Levell Coppage. Coppage has rushed for 27 scores this season, breaking a tie with former
Warhawk Justin Beaver for the UW-Whitewater and Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference record.
The rest of the scoring list reads like this:
1st ... 5:28 ... Levell Coppage 42 run, Schebler kick
1st ... 2:28 ... Levell Copppage 1 run, Schebler kick
2nd ..11:08 ..Jeff Donovan to Aaron Rusch 13 yd, Schebler kick
2nd...6:18.....Levell Coppage 1 run, Schebler kick
2nd...4:44.....Matt McCulloch 39 yd interception, Schebler kick
3rd....13:17...Antwan Anderson 28 run, Schebler kick
3rd....9:03.....Antwan Anderson 13 run, Schebler kick
3rd....4:34....CJ Miller 6 run, Schebler kick
3rd....1:06....CJ Miller 1 run, Schebler kick
Coppage rushed 12 times for 142 yards, with Anderson added 88 on 11 carries, and Miller contributing 88
on 16 rushes as UW-W totaled 353 yards rushing and averaged 7.5 per attempt.
Jeff Donovan went 7-9 for 129 yards and no interceptions before giving way to Matt Blanchard in the third
quarter. Blanchard went 3-4 for 19 yards, and rushed four times for 34 yards,
The 70 points is the most since UW-W scored 75 in the first game of the 2006 season, a 75-14 win over
Lakeland September 2, 2006, a string of 55 games. That 75 score is the UW-W record. Today's mark of
70 is the most UW-W has scored in a NCAA III playoff game, surpassing the 59 scored in a 59-28 win
over North Central November 24, 2007 and 59-17 defeat of Saint Norbert November 18, 2006.
Schebler, a senior and three time All-American and 2009 Fred Mitchell Award finalist, became the all-time
kick scoring leader in NCAA football --- any division --- with his ten points today. Schebler has
accumulated 437 points at UW-W. With the UW-W, WIAC and Division III records already in hand,
Schebler passed Art Carmody (Louisville, 2004-2007) as the leading kick scorer in NCAA history.
Lakeland wide receiver Roberto Flores led the Muskie offense, catching six passes for 102
yards. Heinemeyer caught four for 36 and the TD. Dworak completed 11-21 for 144 yards and the TD,
but also threw five interceptions, two of them by Warhawk senior DB Paul Wick.
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Lakeland free safety Bryan Groshek led both teams with eight tackles, six solo and one tackle for a loss.
UW-W is 14-3 all time at Perkins Stadium, and 13-0 since the start of the 2005, in the NCAA III playoffs.
The Warhawks have won 36 of their last 37 in Perkins Stadium since the start of the 2005 regular
season.
Illinois Wesleyan advanced to the second round with a 41-35 double overtime win over Wabash College
in Bloomington, Illinois Saturday.
UW-Whitewater beats Illinois Wesleyan to Advance to Third Round
November 28, 2009
UW-Whitewater advanced to the quarterfinals of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III
playoffs with a 45-7 second round win over Illinois Wesleyan University Saturday afternoon at Perkins
Stadium in Whitewater, Wisconsin. UW-W, 12-0, will host Wittenberg University, 12-0, in a quarterfinal
game at 12:00 Saturday, December 5 in Perkins Stadium.
UW-W senior defensive back Paul Wick intercepted a Kraig Ladd pass, the third offensive play of the
game for the Titans, to give Whitewater a first and goal at the seven. After a two yard run Jason Ford
caught a Jeff Donovan pass to open the scoring. It was Ford's first touchdown as a Warhawk.
Wesleyan returned the kickoff to their own 29. After moving the ball downfield, Ladd threw an apparent
TD pass to Eli Williams from six yards out, but the score was nullified by a holding penalty. With third and
goal from the 22 Ladd dropped back again and was intercepted by UW-W's Zach Christopherson at the
two.
Later in the first quarter IWU pinned the Warhawks at the one by downing a punt. UW-W then went 97
yards on eleven plays setting a second and five at the IWU ten, but a Warhawk fumble, forced by Dan
Rogers, was recovered by Neil Loftus at the two.
The Warhawk defense pinned IWU back in their zone, and gave the ball to the UW-W offense at the
50. Donovan hooked up with Jordan Wells for thirty yards on the first play. Two Levell Coppage rushes
later Donovan and Wells combined for a four yard TD, putting UW-W up 14-0 after the Jeff Schebler kick.
Wesleyan cut the deficit in half with a five play 74 yard drive, with Ladd and Williams going 42 yards for
the score.
A 46 yard field goal by Jeff Schebler capped the half with Whitewater leading 17-7.
Whitewater took the second half kickoff and covered 71 yards in nine plays. Coppage ran the ball six
times for 45 yards on the drive, eleven coming on the touchdown run at 10:24 in the third to put UW-W in
front 24-7 after Schebler's kick.
The Warhawk defense set up another score in the third quarter. Anthony White sacked Ladd and forced
a fumble that Luke Hibner recovered at the IWU 31. The third play after the turnover Donovan threw his
third TD of the day, hitting Adam Brandes for 33 yards out. Schebler made 31-7 at 2:10.
UW-W's next possession was a workman-like 12 play, 85 yard drive. Coppage ran the ball ten times,
totaling 47 of the drive, including a six yard TD play. Schebler made it 38-7.
The defense established field possession, in fact possession, again when UW-W DB Graham Hall picked
off Ladd at the 50 yard line in the fourth. Antwan Anderson ran the ball eight of the nine plays on the
ensuing drive, running in from the four to end the scoring.
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UW-W rolled up 507 yards of offense and IWU 206. IWU's total included 30 yards rushing on 22
attempts.
Ladd completed 17-31 passes for 170 yards, with the one touchdown and three picks. He was sacked
three times. Williams caught eight passes for 79 yards for the Titans. Safety Robert Beauchamp had 17
tackles (8 solo) for IWU and fellow DB P.J. Cummings had 12 (seven solo).
Donovan was 21-28 for 271 yards and three touchdowns. He did not throw an interception and was
sacked once, just the fourth sack of a Whitewater QB this season. Aaron Rusch, UW-W's all-time
reception leader, caught seven passes for 83 yards. He has 180 catches for 2,472 yards, third highest
career yardage total in the UW-W record book. Coppage rushed 32 times 188 yards and two scores. His
season total of 1,764 is third in the school book, passing Travis Talton (1,599 in 1988) and Spencer
Johnson (1,697 in 1994). Coppage, now with 29 rushing touchdowns, added to his school and Wisconsin
Intercollegiate Athletic Conference record. White was credited with 2.5 sacks today, breaking a tie and
placing him alone in fifth place on the school career list with 21.5
UW-W opened the playoffs with a 70-7 home field win over Lakeland College November 21.
Warhawks Tame Tigers, Will Host NCAA Semifinal
December 5, 2009
UW-Whitewater defeated Wittenberg University 31-13 Saturday in a National Collegiate Athletic
Association Division III playoff quarterfinal game in Perkins Stadium in Whitewater, Wisconsin. UW-W,
13-0, will host Linfield College, 12-0, in a semifinal. The December 12 game in Whitewater will kick off at
12:00. Tickets are available at the Connor University Center ticket office Monday-Friday, by calling 262472-2222, and at the stadium on game day.
It was no surprise, but neither team scored in the first quarter. The Warhawks and Tigers have both
allowed just one touchdown in the first quarter this season. Both teams were ranked among the top
defenses (scoring and total yards) in Division III.
The first quarter was definitely not a precursor to the second, when the tempo of the game seemed to do
a 180.
Wittenberg went for a first down on a fourth and three from Whitewater's 36. UW-W defensive tackle
Wesley Hicks sacked Tiger QB Aaron Huffman and Whitewater took over at their 37.
Whitewater went 63 yards on seven plays, including five runs by Levell Coppage. Jeff Donovan hooked
up Jordan Wells for 26 yards and ended the drive with a 23 yard toss to Aaron Rusch for the score. Jeff
Schebler's kick made it 7-0 with 14:17 left in the first half.
Wittenberg responded immediately, taking the next kickoff and driving 82 yards on eight plays. The big
play was Huffman to Michael Cooper for 35 yards, and two plays later Huffman found Patrick Williams for
24 yards to the one. After a loss of one, Huffman ran it in to get Wittenberg on the board.; The
Tigers missed the extra point; 7-6 Whitewater at 10:26.
The momentum swung back to UW-W on the next drive, Donovan finding Adam Brandes for 24 yards on
the first play, mixing in a 16 yard toss to Cory Robinson, and finishing one play later with Antwan
Anderson scoring from seven yards out. Schebler's PAT made it 14-6 UW-W with 8:29 left in the second.
Immediately Wittenberg seized the momentum, mounting a 79 yard drive that ate up 7:49. Facing a third
and 12 at the Whitewater 42 Huffman hit Josh McKee for 24 yards down to the Whitewater 18. Two plays
Huffman went back to pass, but was sandwiched by linebackers Lane Olson and Max Ford. Huffman
appeared to suffer an injury on the play and did not return to the game. Backup QB Ben Zoeller made his
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first play count, hitting Cooper for the 11 yard TD. Zack Harris made the PAT for a 14-13 Whitewater lead
with 0:32 left.
The 14-13 lead was the closest any team has been to UW-W at halftime since the Warhawks trailed
Mount Union 24-10 in last year's Stagg Bowl. The closest any opponent has been to UW-W this year was
a 17-6 lead at home against UW-Eau Claire October 10.
The third quarter reverted to the tone set in the first, with UW-W finally breaking through with 0:51 left in
the quarter on Donovan to Adam Brandes 28 yard TD. Schebler made it 21-13.
After stopping the Tigers, UW-W took over at its own 15. Coppage rushed seven times for 49 yards on
the ensuing drive, which ended with Schebler's 35 yard field goal with 5:48 left in the game to make it 2413 in favor of the Warhawks.
UW-W senior defensive back Troney Shumpert ended Wittenberg's next drive with an interception he
returned 36 yards to the WU 12. Three more runs by Coppage ended the drive. Schebler's PAT ended
the scoring in the game with 3:45 left on the clock.
UW-W scoring 31 points against the number ranked defense in Division III, which had been allowing 7.0
points per game. Wittenberg was also number one in total defense at 172.7 yards per game, but
Whitewater totaled more than double that at 347.
Wittenberg gained 21 yards rushing on 31 attempts, with the UW-W picking up four QB sacks, two by
Hicks.
UW-W's Coppage rushed 25 times for 123 yards against a Wittenberg defense that came in allowing 67.4
yards per game. The Warhawks also passed for 236 yards, 18-25, against the WU unit that ranked sixth
in Division III at 105.3 yards per game. Rusch led UW-W with seven catches for 92 yards. Shumpert,
White, and Olson led the Warhawks with eight tackles apiece. Warhawk senior receiver Jordan Wells,
who had one catch for 26 yards, passed Jim Knoblauch (1966) for tenth place in the UW-W single season
record book with 814 yards, and ninth with 53 receptions.
Wittenberg linebacker Brad McKinley led both teams with ten tackles and one tackle for a loss. WU wide
receiver Josh McKee led all receivers with ten catches for 100 yards. Tailback Corey Weber, who came
in to the game averaging 95.4 yards per game and 5.6 per carry, was limited to 36 yards on 15 carries, a
2.4 average.
UW-Whitewater advances to the NCAA III playoff semifinal round for the fifth consecutive year. The
Warhawks will host Linfield College, a 31-20 winner over the University of Saint Thomas in another
quartefinal Saturday.
In 2005 UW-W defeated Wesley College 58-6 in a semifinal, and Wesley again in 2006 44-7. In 2007
Whitewater advanced to the Stagg Bowl with a 16-7 win over Mary Hardin-Baylor, and last year The
Warhawks topped Mary Hardin-Baylor again 39-13 in the semifinals.
The other half of the bracket will match Mount Union College, 13-0 and a 55-3 quarterfinal winer over
Albright College, and Wesley College, 13-0 after a 12-0 win over Johns Hopkins University in another
quarterfinal.
Warhawks Defeat Linfield ... Back to Salem
December 12, 2009
Uncharted territory. That's what UW-Whitewater head coach called his team's 27-17 win over Linfield
College in a National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III playoff semifinal Saturday at Perkins
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Stadium in Whitewater. UW-W will face Mount Union College in the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl in Salem,
Virginia December 19 at 10:00 a.m. (Central) for the Division III championship.
It wasn't just the fact that UW-W had not trailed in game this year while rolling up a 14-0 record, the
situation occurred in the fourth quarter with the clock becoming a factor.
UW-W opened the scoring, taking advantage of a defensive stop at midfield. Linfield, facing a fourth and
three at the Whitewater 45, had their pass attempt broken up by linebacker Kyle Supianoski. The next
play sophomore Levell Coppage went up the middle for 55 yards. The run moved Coppage in to fifth
place on UW-W's career rushing list, ahead of Eddie McKennie (3,354, 1994-97) and George Rainey
(3,385, 1984-87). Coppage had 3,461 at that point. Jeff Schebler's extra point made it 7-0 with 6:22 in
the first.
Whitewater's defense also figured in the second score of the game. Linfield QB Aaron Boehme was
picked off by senior safety Zack Christopherson and returned to the Linfeld 22. Schebler came on to boot
a 34 yard field goal to make it 10-0 with 4:32 in the half.
Boehme ran 67 yards on the first play of the following drive to put Linfield at the door. Facing a third and
four from the nine, Boehme connected with Ryan Henderson for the score. Josh Repp kicked the PAT to
cut Whitewater's lead to 10-7 with 3:27 left.
Whitewater looked like it would score again before intermission, facing a first and goal at the nine. After
advancing the ball to the two, Jeff Donovan was sacked by Jaymin Jackson on the fourth and goal
attempt as the half ended
Linfield went 78 yards in seven plays, the biggest chunk of yardage coming on a Boehme to Gunnar
Cederburg for 49 yards. Boehme got in the end zone on a four yard run, and Repp put Linfield in front
14-10 with 10:58.
Linfield stopped UW-W on the next series and took over on their own ten. They used 14 plays to cover
72 yards, and use up 7:10 on the clock, to set up a Repp 35 yard field goal and open up a 17-10 lead
with 14:55 left in the game.
Facing third and ten at the Linfield 47, Donovan connected with Adam Brandes for 35 yards to the Linfield
12, moved him in to sixth place on the UW-W season receiving yards list, past Anthony Talton (952 in
1991) with 960. Schebler came on to hit a 26 yard field goal with 12:36 left to cut the Wildcats lead to 1713.
Whitewater's defense came up with a key stop again on the ensuing Linfield possession, with UW-W
taking a punt return to start at their own 28. Donovan completed an eight yard pass to Rusch, than hit
Jordan Wells for 68 yards to take the ball to the Linfield one yard line. The reception moved Wells up to
ninth on UW-W's single season record list, past Dick Bilda (57, 1972). Antwan Anderson ran it in on the
next play, and Schebler's extra point put the Warhawks back in front, 20-17, with 7:34 left.
Later in the fourth UW-W senior defensive back Jeremy Diebert picked off a Boehme pass and gave UWW the ball at the Linfield 45. Coppage went for five yards, then broke a 40 scoring run which, with
Schebler's PAT, ended the scoring with 1:05 left in the game.
Boehme led the Wildcats in passing and rushing. He completed 26-38 for 278 yards, one touchdown and
three interceptions. He also rushed eight times for 73 yards. Trev Patterson led LC with six catches for
86 yards.
The Warhawks were led in rushing by Coppage, who carried 13 times for 109 yards. Donovan completed
17-26 for 276 yards with no interceptions. His tenth completion on the day helped UW-W pass the single
season record for completions, passing the 250 in 2005. UW-W has 258 this season. Brandes caught
five passes for 123 yards, a career high for the junior. Wells led the team with six receptions for 98
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yards. Rusch, with three catches today, is now fifth on the season reception list at UW-W with 64,
passing Richard Newton (63, 1995) and Derek Stanley (2006). Supianoski topped the defense with
seven tackles, a sack and the interception.
UW-Whitewater is one of three schools to advance to the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl, the Division III
championship game, five consecutive years. UW-W and Mount Union College, a 24-7 winner over
Wesley College in the other semifinal, will meet in the championship game for the fifth year in a
row. Mount Union won the 2005 (35-28), 2006 (35-16) and 2008 (31-26) games, and Whitewater won in
2007 (31-21).
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2009 NEWS RELEASES
Shumpert, Wick, Coats Named 2009 Captains
May 20, 2009
Center Garth Coats, cornerback Troney Shumpert, and free safety Paul Wick have been named UWWhitewater captains for the 2009 season.
The three seniors were all starters on the 2008 team that won a fourth consecutive Wisconsin
Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title and advanced to the NCAA Division III championship game, the
Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl, for the fourth straight year. UW-W has gone 41-4 over the three years the
seniors have been part of the program.
Coats played a key role in UW-Whitewater leading the WIAC in scoring. Coats also helped two UW-W
running backs surpass 1,000 yards in the same season for the first time in school history. Sumpert and
Wick were part of the number one scoring defense in the WIAC.
Shumpert was a All-WIAC First Team pick in 2008, and Coats and Wick were honorable mention
selections.
UW-Whitewater will open the 2009 season September 5 at Dickinson State University (ND). The home
schedule kicks off September 12 at 12:00 against Midland Lutheran College.
Schebler, Shumpert Preseason All-Americans
June 2, 2009
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater placekicker Jeff Schebler and defensive back Troney Shumpert have
been named preseason All-Americans by Consensus Draft Services. Schebler was named to the first
team, Shumpert to the second.
Schebler, a senior, has earned All-America honors in each of his first three seasons with the
Warhawks. He was also named First Team All-Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference each
year. He holds UW-Whitewater and WIAC career records for field goals made (61), field goals attempted
(77), and extra points made (162). He is third all-time in scoring (345). Schebler also holds the school
and league single season records for field goals made (22) and attempted (29). The 22 field goals made,
in 2007, is also the NCAA Division III record, as are Schebler's career totals for field goals made and
attempted.
Shumpert, also a senior, was First Team All-WIAC and an honorable mention All-American for the 2008
season. He was second on the team in passes broken up (9), and third in solo (50) and total (69)
tackles.
Schebler helped UW-Whitewater lead the WIAC in scoring in 2008 (34.5 points per game), and Shumpert
played a role in helping the Warhawks top the league in scoring defense (13.5). In 2008 UW-Whitewater
won its fourth consecutive WIAC championship, earned a fourth straight berth in the National Collegiate
Athletic Association Division III playoffs, and advanced to the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl (the D3 title
game) for the fourth year in a row.
Whitewater will open the 2009 season September 5 at Dickinson State University (ND). The home
opener will be September 12 with Midland Lutheran College with a 12:00 kickoff at Perkins Stadium. For
football ticket information call 262-472-2222.
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Warhawks #1 in Preseason Poll ... Shumpert, Schebler All-Americans
June 11, 2009
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater football team, 2007 National Collegiate Athletic Association
Division III champions and 2008 runners-up, are number one in the Sporting News 2009 College Football
Preview. Warhawks Jeff Schebler and Troney Shumpert were tabbed as preseason All-Americans.
UW-Whitewater has reached the NCAA III championship game, the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl in Salem,
Virginia, the last four years. The Warhawks have met Mount Union College, ranked number two in the
2009 preseason poll, each time. UW-W has compiled a 55-5 record and four Wisconsin Intercollegiate
Athletic Conference titles over the last four seasons.
Schebler and Shumpert will play key roles in the Warhawks' fortunes. Schebler, a senior placekicker, has
earned All-America honors in each of his first three seasons with the Warhawks. He was also named
First Team All-WIAC each year. Schebler holds the UW-Whitewater and WIAC career records for field
goals made (61), field goals attempted (77), and extra points made (162). He is third on the UW-W alltime scoring list (345 points). He also holds school single season records for field goals made and
attempted. Schebler's 22 field goals in 2007, and his career totals for field goals made and attempted,
are also NCAA III records.
Shumpert, a senior defensive back, was a First Team All-WIAC pick and honorable mention All-American
for the 2008 season. He was second on the team in passes broken up (9), and third in solo (59) and total
(69) tackles.
Schebler and Shumpert were also named to the 2009 Consensus Draft Services preseason All-America
team.
Whitewater will open the 2009 season September 5 at Dickinson State University (ND). The home
opener will be September 12 with Midland Lutheran College visiting Perkins Stadium for a 12:00
kickoff. Call 262-472-2222 for ticket information.
Sherman on NFF Hampshire Society List
June 19, 2009
UW-Whitewater senior offensive tackle Mike Sherman was named to the National Football Foundation
Hampshire Society for the 2008-2009 school year. The Hampshire Society recognizes the combination of
accomplishments in the classroom and on the playing field.
Qualifications for the Hampshire Society include: being a starter or significant reserve in the last year of
eligibility, a minimum 3.2 (4.0 scale) cumulative grade point average, and meeting all NCAA progress
toward degree requirements.
Sherman, who majored in sociology with a criminal justice emphasis, had a 3.79 GPA. He was on the
UW-W Dean's List and Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Scholastic Honor Roll every year,
earned a spot on the UW-W Athletic Academic Achievement Honor Roll, and was named the 2007
Outstanding Junior for Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice. He was also a 2008 finalist for the
Draddy Award, the top academic award presented by the NFF.
The Hampshire Award was established by Jon Hanson, the chairman and founder of The Hampshire
Companies, who provided an endowment to fund the initiative.
Sherman helped UW-W win four consecutive WIAC championships and advance to the Amos Alonzo
Stagg Bowl, the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III championship game, the last four
years.
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Football #2 in Lindy's Preseason Poll ... Three Preseason AllAmericans
June 19, 2009
UW-Whitewater is ranked second in the 2009 preseason poll published in Lindy's 2009 College Football
Preview. Warhawks Troney Shumpert, Anthony White and Levell Coppage were tabbed for the
publication's Division III preseason All-American team. See both polls in Word, or as a pdf
UW-Whitewater has compiled a 55-5 record over the last four seasons, winning four Wisconsin
Intercollegiate Athletic Conference titles and advancing to the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl, the National
Collegiate Athletic Association Division III championship game, each of the last four years.
Mount Union College, Whitewater's opponent in those Stagg Bowls, is number one in Lindy's
preview. The rest of the top five has North Central, Delaware Valley and Monmouth. UW-W is the only
Wisconsin school listed in Lindy's poll of twenty-five teams.
Shumpert, a defensive back, was an honorable mention All-American in 2008. Coppage, who rushed for
1,400 yards last year, and White, second on the team in sacks and tackles for a loss from his defensive
end position, joined Shumpert as all-region picks and a First Team All-WIAC selection last season.
UW-Whitewater was picked number one in The Sporting News 2009 College Football Preview, with
Shumpert and placekicker Jeff Schebler on that publication's preseason All-America list. Schebler was
also a first team pick and Shumpert a second team choice on the preseason honor roll released by
Consensus Draft Services.
Warhawk Football Serves Vets at Milwaukee Zoo
July 6, 2009
Over the fourth of July weekend, several members of the Warhawk football team spent their time at the
Milwaukee Country Zoo.
On the fifth, Milwaukee County executive, Scott Walker, wanted to thank the veterans and their
families by offering them free admission to the zoo as part of Milwaukee County Operation Freedom. UWWhitewater alumnus and former Warhawk football player Tom Karthausser notified the warhawks of the
volunteer opportunity at the zoo.
Head coach Lance Leipold said, "as a team we want to give back to the community." The Warhawks were
there to offer support by spending the day grilling food for the veterans. Karthausser said,"They [the
football players] did an outstanding job. Collectively, we grilled 24,000 pieces of meat and all was
served to veterans and their families."
Troney Shumpert, a Milwaukee Bay View alumnus said, "It was a great opportunity to be active in the
community."
Paul Wick said," It was a good opportunity." Both Wick and Shumpert expressed that it was good to get
together with teammates over the summer. Shumpert conveyed that supporting the troops was most
important.
Karthauser, when asked why they chose this particular opportunity responded by saying, "I thought for
the fourth of July it was appropriate we serve our veterans."
Those that volunteered included current players Logan Allemand, Tim Depies, Mark Gawronski, Grant
Murray, Sam Overton, Aaron Rusch, Troney Shumpert, Jake Taylor, Paul Wick and former Warhawk Pete
Kishline.
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UW-W football won the Stagg Bowl, the NCAA DIII national championship, in 2007 and were runners up
in 2005, 2006, and 2008.
For more information visit: Milwaukee County Operation Freedom
Warhawk Football Gains National Attention on College Football Live
July 13, 2009
College Football Live, a program on ESPN 2, aired a show featuring football in Wisconsin as part of their
50 states in 50 days series. Although the primary focus was on Barry Alvarez and the Wisconsin Badger
football team, the Warhawks were featured as well including a four-minute phone interview by host Erik
Kuselias with head coach Lance Leipold.
The 30-minute show about Wisconsin football aired on July 8 and featured only the Wisconsin Badger
and Whitewater Warhawk football teams.
Warhawks to Appear in Next Issue of Inside Wisconsin Sports
July 15, 2009
Inside Wisconsin Sports magazine did a photo shoot of an All-Wisconsin DIII football team. It features
Warhawks Levell Coppage, Anthony White, Troney Shumpert, and Jeff Schebler. The spread will appear
in next week's issue.
Warhawks Preseason #2 in D3football and USA Today Polls
August 5, 2009
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater football team is ranked #2 in both the d3football.com and USA
Today preseason polls. The 2007 National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III champions and the
2005, 2006, and 2008 runners-up have compiled a 55-5 record over that four year period. Also, over the
last four seasons they have won the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title and met up with
Mount Union College in the Alonzo Stagg Bowl in Salem, Virgina in all four years.
Schebler a Finalist for Fred Mitchell Award
August 17, 2009
Jeff Schebler has been named to the Watch List for the 2009 Fred Mitchell Award. The Fred Mitchell
Award is named to the nation's top collegiate place-kicker. Schebler is among 18 Division II and III
collegiate place-kickers that were nominated by their Universities for excellence on the football field and
in their community.
Schebler, a senior from Davenport, Iowa, holds the UW-W career record for field goals made, field goals
attempted, extra points made and extra points attempted. Schebler also leads the Wisconsin
Intercollegiate Athletic Conference career records for all of those categories, except for extra points made
(a category not tracked in the WIAC career record book).
Furthermore, Schebler holds the Division III all-time career records for most field goals made, most field
goals attempted and highest field goal percentage. Schebler has been named first team All-Conference
three times (2006, 2007, 2008) and received All-America honors in 2006 and 2007.
Schebler is also a part of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes leadership team, visits with the Hadley
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School for the Blind in Janesville, and has been a counselor and mentor at Kohl's Kicking Camp.
Other finalists for the award are:
Alex Beard, senior, Quincy University (Illinois)
Britt Blackmon, junior, Newberry College (South Carolina)
Jackson Damron, sophomore, California-Lutheran University
Tom Foos, junior, Defiance College (Ohio)
Andrew Foote, senior, Lewis & Clark College (Oregon)
Russell Gliadon, senior, Saint John‟s University (Minnesota)
Jesse Hawkins, junior, Heidelberg University (Ohio)
Nick Hope, senior, Wayne State College (Nebraska)
Brock Jolly, sophomore, Southwest Baptist University (Missouri)
Peter Nilson, junior, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (New York)
Thomas Parrott junior, Northern State University (South Dakota)
Kevin Quackenbush, sophomore, Saint Joseph‟s College (Indiana)
Elliot Rausa, junior, Coe College (Iowa)
Taylor Russolino, junior, Millsaps College (Mississippi)
Josh Stripling, junior, LaGrange College (Georgia)
Jonathan Thompson, senior, Bluffton University (Ohio)
Juan Velasco, senior, Texas A&M University-Commerce
Warhawks Picked to Win Fifth Consecutive WIAC Title
August 18, 2009
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater football team has been picked to win their fifth consecutive
Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title. Voting is done by a ranking system and the
voters consist of the sports information directors from each school. For the full story please see the press
release from Matt Stanek, WIAC sports information director.
Four Selected to Inside Wisconsin Sports All-Division III Preseason
Team
August 21, 2009
Levell Coppage, Jeff Schebler, Troney Shumpert, and Anthony White have been selected to the Inside
Wisconsin Sports All-Division III Football Preseason Team. The four join eleven others from the
Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference to make the team. The team was selected from staff at the
Inside Wisconsin Sports magazine. For more information check out the September issue of Inside
Wisconsin Sports magazine.
Warhawks Prep for Season Opener
August 31, 2009
This is a preview of the September 5 game between UW-Whitewater and Dickinson State University.
The game between UW-Whitewater and DSU can be watched on Dickinson‟s B2TV.com by clicking
here. You can also listen to the game on KOOL 106.5 by tuning in on your radio or by clicking here.
Won-Loss: This is the first game of the 2009 season for UW-Whitewater who is coming off of four
consecutive Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) titles and four consecutive trips to the
Stagg Bowl, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III championship game. The
Warhawks finished 2008 with a record of 13-2. Dickinson State University (DSU) is 0-1 coming off of a
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week one loss to Rocky Mountain College, 28-7. DSU finished 2008 with a 7-4 record and are
participants in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).
The Coaches: Lance Leipold, 27-3 in the last two seasons, begins his third season at the helm of the
Warhawks. Leipold led the Warhawks to a third consecutive Stagg Bowl in his first season, and captured
the school‟s first National Championship in football. Leipold was named NCAA Division III coach of the
year in that same campaign. Last season Leipold again guided the Warhawks to the Stagg Bowl, falling
just short of defeating 10-time NCAA Division III Stagg Bowl champion Mount Union, 31-26. Hank Besoit,
in his 34th season as head coach of the Blue Hawks, is DSU‟s all-time winningest football coach with a
record of 235-90-1. Under his tenure the Blue Hawks have earned 15 conference titles and advanced to
the NAIA post-season 13 times.
History: This will be the first meeting between these two schools, and the first meeting between the
Warhawks and anyone from the Dakota Athletic Conference. The last time the Warhawks played a NAIA
school was their first game of 2008. On September 5, 2008 the Warhawks opened up their season at
home with a victory over St. Xavier University, 24-9.
Last Week: The Warhawks were idle last week.
Dickinson State fell behind early after surrendering a 25-yard touchdown pass with 12:41 to go in the first
quarter. No one scored again until another Rocky Mountain College touchdown, this time a pass of 26yards, put them up by 14. The Blue Hawks responded just over two minutes later when Blaine Berg
caught a 28-yard scoring strike from Cody Holland. RMC tacked on two more touchdowns in the third
quarter to bring the final score to 28-7. DSU outrushed RMC by 46 yards, but RMC‟s 421 passing yards
proved to be the difference as DSU only totaled 336 yards of total offense.
In the WIAC Stats: The Warhawks finished 2008 with the most rushing touchdowns in WIAC history
(42). The Warhawks were also in the top three in WIAC history in rushing attempts (2nd, 653), total
offense yards (3rd, 6,171) and points scored (3rd, 518).
Senior kicker Jeff Schebler is at the top of several career categories: 1st in field goals attempted (77), 1st
in field goals made (61), 1st in extra points made (162), and 3rd in points scored (345, just 21 behind the
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leader). Schebler is also in the top ten twice for points scored in a season (5 with 124 in 2008 and 7
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with 122 in 2006), three times for field goals attempted in a season (1 with 29 in 2008, 3 with 27 in
2007, and tied for 7th with 21 in 2006), three times for field goals made in a season (1st with 22 in 2008,
2nd with 21 in 2007, and 4th with 18 in 2006), and twice for extra points made in a season (2nd with 68 in
2006, and 3rd with 58 in 2008).
In the DAC Stats: DSU finished 2008 tops in their conference in total defense, allowing 312.64 yards per
game.
Zach Hepperle, a senior running back, finished 5th in rushing yards tallying 67.36 yards per game. Senior
receiver Blaine Berg finished 5th in receiving yards per game with 51.18.
In the NCAA Stats: Jeff Schebler finished 1st in field goals attempted and made in Division III in 2008.
In the NAIA Stats: DSU finished 2008 in the top 25 of seven categories, four of which were defensive
categories.
In the Polls: The Warhawks begin the year ranked first in The Sporting News Preseason Top 25, and
second in three other polls: Lindy‟s Preseason Top 25, D3football Preseason Top 25, and USA Today
Sports Weekly Preseason Top 25. The Blue Hawks entered the season ranked 15th in the NAIA preseason poll.
Something New: The Warhawks have installed new visiting bleachers for the 2009 season to add on to
the many upgrades that were made in 2008. UW-W installed new FieldTurf in 2008. The state-of-the-art
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turf began installation on August 6, 2008. The installation of the FieldTurf as well as the new landscaping,
brick grand entry, and fencing around the stadium were all a part of the renovations to the outdoor
facilities at UW-Whitewater. The facilities have been newly renamed the Kachel Family Sports Complex
and includes Perkins Stadium, Prucha Field, Fiskum Field, Foster Track and Field, Van Steenderen
Softball Complex, the Williams Center and the Kachel Fieldhouse.
The Schedule/Tickets: UW-W will host Midland Lutheran College in their home opener on Saturday,
September 13 in a 12:00 start. The Warhawks‟ first conference game is October 3 when they host UWPlatteville for a 1:00 pm kickoff. The October 3 game also marks UW-Whitewater‟s annual Family
Day. Tickets to all UW-Whitewater home football games can be purchased at the UW-Whitewater ticket
center outlets in the Irvin L. Young Auditorium and Visitor Center located on Starin Road. The hours of
operation are 9:30-4:30 for the Irvin L. Young Auditorium and 9:30-7:30 for the Visitor Center. For more
information call (262) 472-2222. Tickets are also available on the web at: tickets.uww.edu
UW-W Hosts Midland Lutheran College, Civic Day
September 8, 2009
Saturday, September 12...UW-Whitewater Hosts Midland Lutheran College in First Home Game of
2009. The game is also Whitewater Civic Day. Whitewater Civic Day has been organized to thank and
recognized area organizations who contribute to our society in a unique and important way. For more
information please call the Athletic Department office at 262-472-4661 or email Kay Bradley at
[email protected]
Won-Loss: This will be the first home game of the 2009 season for UW-Whitewater who is coming off of
a 38-3 victory over Dickinson State University last week. The Warhawks traveled by bus over 14 hours to
play the Blue Hawks in their season opener. UW-Whitewater is 1-0. Midland Lutheran is also 1-0 after an
opening week victory over Concordia University, 12-10.
The Coaches: Lance Leipold is in his third season at helm of the Warhawks and has a 28-3 overall
record. Leipold led the Warhawks to a third consecutive Stagg Bowl in his first season, and captured the
school‟s first National Championship in football. Leipold was named NCAA Division III coach of the year
in that same campaign. Last season, Leipold again guided the Warhawks to the Stagg Bowl, falling just
short of defeating 10-time NCAA Division III Stagg Bowl champion Mount Union, 31-26. Casey Thiele
begins his third season as the coach of Midland Lutheran. Last season Thiele led the Warriors to a 6-5
record
History: This will be the first meeting between these two schools. Midland Lutheran College is a member
of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). The last time UW-W played an NAIA school
was last week when the Warhawks defeated Dickinson State University 38-3. The last time the „Hawks
played an NAIA school at home was in their first game of 2008. The Warhawks defeated St. Xavier 24-9.
Last Week: The Warhawks accumulated over twice as many yards through the air than on the ground in
a 38-3 victory over Dickinson State University. Jeff Donovan was 23-32 for 349 yards, two touchdowns
and no interceptions to lead the way for UW-W.
Jeff Schebler got UW-W their first points of the season, as well as tallied the first points of the game, on a
23-yard field goal in the first half. Donovan hooked up with Jordan Wells on a 26-yard pass in the second
quarter for the „Hawks first touchdown of the season, giving them a 10-0 lead after a successful extra
point by Schebler. Levell Coppage punched one over the goal line for another UW-W touchdown towards
the end of the second quarter to give the Warhawks a 17-0 lead going into halftime.
The third quarter was quiet with the Warhawks unable to increase their lead. However, the defense
remained steadfast in preserving the shutout. The „Hawks went on a scoring binge in the final quarter,
tacking on three more touchdowns. Aaron Rusch was on the other end of Donovon‟s other TD pass to
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give the Warhawks their first points of the second half and a 24-0 lead. Two more rushing touchdowns,
one by Jake Taylor of one yard and the other by Matt Blanchard of seven yards, capped the scoring for
UW-W.
DSU crept onto the scoreboard in the last moments of the fourth quarter to erase the shutout with a field
goal.
The combination of Antwan Anderson and Levell Coppage rushed for 99 yards in the game while UW-W
totaled 160 yards rushing as a team.
The UW-W defense was strong throughout the game holding DSU to 109 total yards of offense. Warhawk
senior defensive back Zach Christopherson recorded the only interception of the game. Accounting for
the three UW-Whitewater sacks in the game were: Kyle Supianoski, Lane Olson, and Casey
Casper. Supianoski also led the team in tackles with six and a half.
Midland Lutheran opened their 2009 season with a win over Concordia University. The Warriors were led
by Khalid Waters who ran the ball 24 times for 143 yards and a touchdown. MLC recorded 100 more
yards than Concordia.
In the WIAC Stats: The Warhawks finished 2008 with the most rushing touchdowns in WIAC history
(42). The Warhawks were also in the top three in WIAC history in rushing attempts (2nd, 653), total
offense yards (3rd, 6,171) and points scored (3rd, 518).
Senior kicker Jeff Schebler is at the top of several career categories: 1st in field goals attempted (78), 1st
in field goals made (62), 1st in extra points made (167), and 2nd in points scored (353, just 13 behind the
leader). Schebler is also in the top ten twice for points scored in a season (5th with 124 in 2008 and 7th
with 122 in 2006), three times for field goals attempted in a season (1st with 29 in 2008, 3rd with 27 in
2007, and tied for 7th with 21 in 2006), three times for field goals made in a season (1st with 22 in 2008,
2nd with 21 in 2007, and 4th with 18 in 2006), and twice for extra points made in a season (2nd with 68 in
2006, and 3rd with 58 in 2008).
In the GPAC Stats: Midland Lutheran is currently ranked near the middle of the twelve team Great Plains
Athletic Conference in all statistical categories for 2009.
In the NCAA Stats: Jeff Schebler finished 1st in field goals attempted and made in Division III in 2008.
In the NAIA Stats: Khalid Waters are currently 4th in the NAIA in rushing. Waters had 143 yards rushing
in the Warriors only game this season.
In the Polls: The Warhawks begin the year ranked first in The Sporting News Preseason Top 25, and
second in three other polls: Lindy‟s Preseason Top 25, D3football Preseason Top 25, and USA Today
Sports Weekly Preseason Top 25. The Warriors are currently not ranked in any NAIA polls.
Something New: The Warhawks have installed new visiting bleachers for the 2009 season to add on to
the many upgrades that were made in 2008. UW-W installed new FieldTurf in 2008. The state-of-the-art
turf began installation on August 6, 2008. The installation of the FieldTurf as well as the new landscaping,
brick grand entry, and fencing around the stadium were all a part of the renovations to the outdoor
facilities at UW-Whitewater. The facilities have been newly renamed the Kachel Family Sports Complex
and includes Perkins Stadium, Prucha Field, Robert W. Fiskum Field, Foster Track and Field, Van
Steenderen Softball Complex, the Williams Center and the Kachel Fieldhouse.
The Schedule/Tickets: The Warhawks are off next week, September 19, but return to action on
September 26 when they host the University of Puget Sound with a noon kickoff at Perkins
Stadium. The Warhawks‟ first conference game is October 3 when they host UW-Platteville for a 1:00
pm kickoff. The October 3 game also marks UW-Whitewater‟s annual Family Day. Tickets to all UWWhitewater home football games can be purchased at the UW-Whitewater ticket center outlets in the Irvin
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L. Young Auditorium and Visitor Center located on Starin Road. The hours of operation are 9:30-4:30 for
the Irvin L. Young Auditorium and 9:30-7:30 for the Visitor Center. For more information call (262) 4722222. Tickets are also available on the web at: tickets.uww.edu
Donovan, Supianoski, and Underwood Named UW-W Players of the
Week
September 8, 2009
Jeff Donovan, Kyle Supianoski, and Derek Underwood were named UW-Whitewater Players of the Week
in the 38-3 win over Dickinson State September 5.
Jeff Donovan (QB, senior, Wauwatosa) completed 23 out of 32 passes for a total of 349 yards with two
touchdowns and no interceptions for the Warhawks.
Kyle Supianoski (LB, senior, Tama, IL) had five solo tackles and three assisted tackles. Supiansoki also
had one QB sack for eight yards.
Derek Underwood (DB, senior, Milton) was named Special Teams player of the week.
The Warhawks' next game will be home against Midland Lutheran College Saturday, September 12 at
noon in Perkins Stadium.
Warhawks Ranked #2 in First Regular Season Poll
September 8, 2009
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater football team is ranked #2 in the d3football.com top 25 poll. The
Warhawks defeated Dickinson State 38-3 Saturday, September 5.
The Warhawks will host Midland Lutheran this Saturday, September 12. Kickoff is scheduled for 12:00
noon at Perkins Stadium. Tickets will be sold at the University Center ticket office during regular hours
Monday-Friday, and at the gate on game day. Call 262-472-2222 for ticket information.
Donovan, Rusch, Supianoski Earn Weekly Honors
September 9, 2009
UW-Whitewater's Jeff Donovan earned Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference offensive Athlete of
the Week honors and Aaron Rusch and Kyle Supianoski were named to the D3football.com Team of the
Week.
Donovan was 23-32 for 349 yards and two touchdowns in the Warhawks season-opening win over
Dickinson State University, 38-3.
Rusch earned D3football.com team of the week honors by being on the receiving end of one of
Donovan's tochdown passes. Rusch totaled 123 yards on eight catches in the week one win. Rusch has
134 career receptions, sixth in the UW-W record book.
Supianoski led the defense with eight tackles to earn D3football.com team of the week
honors. Supianoski helped the UW-W defense hold Dickinson State to 109 yards total offense.
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Brandes, White, and Schebler named Players of the Week
September 14, 2009
Adam Brandes was named offensive player of the week and Anthony White earned defensive honors,
and placekicker Jeff Schebler was named special teams player of the week in the Warhawks' 58-0 win
over Midland Lutheran.
As a wide receiver, Brandes caught three passes for 62 yards and three touchdowns in Saturday's win.
Defensively, Anthony White was player of the week with his performance on the defensive line against
Midland Lutheran. White had a total of six tackles including one solo and one for a loss of four yards. He
also recovered a fumble.
On special teams, kicker Jeff Schebler made seven of eight extra points, put a 40-yard field goal through
the uprights and kicked off eight times for a total of 483 yards and an average of 60.4 yards.
Next week Whitewater football will have a bye week but after that they will be taking on the University of
Puget Sound September 26 at noon at Perkins Stadium in Whitewater.
Warhawks Ranked #2 in National Poll
September 14, 2009
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater football team is ranked #2 in the d3football.com top 25 poll. The
Warhawks defeated Midland Lutheran 58-0 on Saturday, September 12.
The Warhawks have an open week, but will go on to host the University of Puget Sound on Saturday,
September 26. Kickoff is scheduled for 12:00 at Perkins Stadium. Tickets will be sold at the University
Center ticket office during regular hours Monday-Friday, and at the gate on game day. Call (262) 4722222 for ticket information.
UW-Whitewater Remains Number Two in D3football Poll
September 21, 2009
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater football team remains second in the d3football.com top 25 poll
released September 21.
The Warhawks had a bye last week and will face the University of Puget Sound Saturday, September 26.
Game time is scheduled for 12:00 at Perkins Stadium. Tickets will be sold at the University Center ticket
office during regular hours Monday-Friday, and at the gate on game day. Call (262) 472-2222 for ticket
information.
Second-Ranked Warhawks Host Loggers
September 22, 2009
Second ranked UW-Whitewater will host the University of Puget Sound Saturday at 12:00 in Perkins
Stadium.
Won-Loss: UW-Whitewater is 2-0, 0-0 in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Puget Sound
is 0-2, 0-0 in the Northwest Conference.
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By the Numbers: UW-Whitewater starts three seniors on offense and no freshmen. The offensive line
averages 281 pounds. The Warhawk defense starts seven seniors and no freshmen. The defensive line
averages 266 pounds. Puget Sound's offense includes five seniors and three freshmen. The line
averages 270 pounds. There are five seniors among the Loggers' defensive starters and one freshman.
The "D" line averages 247 pounds. Just like the Warhawks' last year, this will be Puget Sounds' longest
trip. Mapquest has it listed as 1,962 miles, and a wrong turn or drive across the city of Tacoma to get to
the airport could easily make this 2,000.
The Coaches: UW-W's Lance Leipold is in his third year as head coach at UW-W, his first head coaching
job. Leipold has directed the Warhawks have gone 14-1 and 13-2 in his two years. Phil Willenbrock is in
his eighth year in Tacoma, with a cumulative record before 2009 of 24-40.
About UW-W: The school of 10,500 is located in Whitewater, Wisconsin in south central Wisconsin. The
WIAC consists of nine members. Whitewater is one of twenty-six campuses within the University of
Wisconsin System. The Warhawks have won the last four WIAC titles and advanced to the NCAA
Division III championship game, the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl in Salem, Virginia, those four years. The
Warhawks won the 2007 NCAA III title in Leipold's first year. UW-Whitewater is ranked second in this
week's D3football.com national poll.
The Warhawks so Far: UW-W opened the season with a 38-3 win at Dickinson State (ND) September
5. The Warhawks followed that up with a 58-0 win September 12 home opener against Midland Lutheran
College. Whitewater did not play last week. Early season non-conference games are generally a bad
predictor of future results, but a few notes stand out. The defense has allowed 201 yards, total, in two
games while forcing five turnovers. Warhawk opponents had to contend with the tandem of Levell
Coppage (1,400+ yards) and Antwann Anderson (1,000) last year, but that has been expanded to a hydra
this year, with junior C.R, Miller recording Whitewater's first one hundred yard rushing game of the
season against Midland. Senior QB Jeff Donovan is completing 73% of his passes, with seven TD's and
no interceptions.
About Puget Sound: Puget Sound is a residential campus of 2,700 students. President Ronald Thomas
serves on the NCAA's Presidents Council for Division III. The Loggers are members of the Northwest
Conference which includes nine full-time and one affiliate member, all located in Washington and
Oregon. The conference became affiliated with Division III of the NCAA at the start of the 1988-89 school
year. Tacoma is a city of 193,000, making it equivalent to Madison, Wisconsin.
The Loggers so Far: UPS opened with a 20-14 overtime loss at home to Pomona-Pitzer Colleges
September 12. Last week they fell to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges 14-6 on the road. There is no
secret that fifth year quarterback Kavin Williams is the key player for the Loggers. In an attack that
prefers to run first, Williams is the team's leading rusher with 111 total yards and a 3.8 per carry average
in two games. He has also completed 14-38 passes for 139 yards, with two touchdowns and no
picks. Williams has also added a TD on the ground. Linebacker Tyler Vlasak earned Northwest
Conference Defensive Player of the Week honors by making 20 tackles, eight unassisted and one for a
loss, in the loss last week. UPS has not thrown an interception this season, and UPS has not picked off
a pass.
Last Year's Game: UW-Whitewater defeated Puget Sound 60-7 in Tacoma. UW-W scored in double
figures in each quarter, leading 26-0 at halftime. Whitewater limited UPS to nine first downs. Levell
Coppage rushed 18 times for 102 yards as the leading ball-carrier in the game. Williams connected on
13 of 23 for 126 yards, with a fourth quarter TD and two interceptions. Whitewater's Aaron Rusch had
seven catches for 88 yards. The Warhawk defense had twelve tackles for a loss and four quarterback
sacks.
Tickets/Schedule: Tickets for all UW-W games are available at the University Center ticket office on the
main campus mall during regular business hours Monday-Friday. Tickets are also sold at Perkins
Stadium on game day. Call (262) 472-2222 for ticket information.
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Saturday's game is the first of a string of three home games, including the WIAC opener October 3 at
1:00 against UW-Platteville. The string ends October 10 against UW-Eau Claire, a 3:00 kickoff in Perkins.
Rusch, Arnold and Schebler named UW-W football Players of the
Week. Schebler adds WIAC Honors
September 28, 2009
Aaron Rusch, Greg Arnold and Jeff Schebler were named the UW-W football Players of the Week with
the Warhawks win over Puget Sound Saturday, September 26th at Perkins Stadium, 42-7. Jeff Schebler
was also named WIAC Special Teams Player of the Week.
Aaron Rusch (WR, junior, Hartford) had five catches for 48 yards and threw one pass for a 32 yard
touchdown to Adam Brandes in the fourth quarter. Rusch was named the Offensive Player of the Week.
Greg Arnold (LB, sophomore, Big Bend) had a total of 10 tackles, four solo and six assisted, with two of
them resulting in a loss. He was part of a defense that gave up just it's only touchdown in three games.
He was named the Defensive Player of the Week.
Jeff Schebler (K, senior, Davenport, IA) was six for six on point after tries. With those kicks, Schebler
moved into first on the career scoring list of both UW-W and WIAC charts with his present total at 369. He
broke the marks formerly held by Chad Wurth of Whitewater (366, 2000-2003). Schebler is only 14 points
behind the NCAA Division III kick scoring mark of 383, held by Mike Zimmerman of Mt. Union (20052007). These results also earned Schebler the WIAC Special Teams Player of the Week.
The Warhawks will open up conference play next Saturday, October, 3rd, against UW-Palteville at 1
pm at Perkins Stadium.
Whitewater Football Ranked Number Two for 4th Week in a Row
September 28, 2009
The Whitewater football team remains ranked number two for the September 28th D3 football rankings.
Last Saturday the Warhawks defeated the Univerity of Puget Sound 42-7 at Perkins Stadium. Whitewater
will begin their conference season this Saturday against UW-Platville. Game time is scheduled for 1:00 at
Perkins Stadium.
Tickets will be sold at the University Center ticket office during regular hours Monday-Friday, and at the
gate on game day. Call (262) 472-2222 for ticket information.
Warhawaks Open WIAC With Pioneers
September 29, 2009
Won-Loss: UW-Platteville is 2-1 overall, 0-0 in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. UWWhitewater is 3-0 overall and 0-0 in the WIAC.
Looking Back: UW-Platteville opened the season with a 15-10 win over Buena Vista (1-2), followed with
a 28-20 win at the University of Dubuque (2-2), and lost to Augustana College (IL, 2-1) 31-12 two weeks
ago. UW-Whitewater won 38-3 at Dickinson State (ND, 2-2)), came home to beat Midland Lutheran (3-1)
58-0, and beat the University of Puget Sound (0-3) 42-7 last week.
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The Series: UW-W leads 73-24-4 in the all-time series which began with a 4-0 Whitewater home field win
in 1926. Whitewater has won four in a row, eight in the last decade, and 15 of the last 17. The longest win
streak by the Warhawks was 11 (1990-2000), and UW-W‟s widest margin of victory was 47-0 in
1959. Whitewater has shut out Platteville twenty times, including the first eight times the teams met
(1926-33). Platteville owns a six game win streak (1952-57), with four of those wins coming by
shutout. Over the course of the series UW-P has shut out UW-W six times. The lowest scoring game in
the rivalry was the 4-0 contest that started it all and the highest scoring was a 63-28 Whitewater win in
2005. The game has been decided by seven points or less 25 times, including two ties.
The Warhawks so Far: Maybe the week off came at a good time. The Warhawks have seen more
injuries than recent years, and the week may help recuperation. The Warhawk staff has also used the first
three games to see second and third units, and that game experience is going to be called on
Saturday. As an example, eleven players have carried the ball this year and five, including wide receiver
Aaron Rusch, have thrown a pass. The Warhawk offensive line has been jelling. Running backs C.J.
Miller (6.0 per carry), Antwann Anderson (6.3) and Levell Coppage (5.2) have all been productive. The
line has also allowed just one sack this year, protecting QB Jeff Donovan while he has hit 71% of his
passes for eight touchdowns and no interceptions. Wide receiver Aaron Rusch is moving up in the UW-W
record book. He has 1,996 career receiving yards and 144 catches, seventh and sixth respectively. He
needs just one catch and seven yards to move up another notch on both lists. Placekicker Jeff Schebler
continued to write his name in the record books, taking over as the UW-Whitewater and Wisconsin
Intercollegiate Athletic Conference career scoring leader with 369 points. He nudged former Warhawk
Chad Wurth (2000-2003) out of the number one spot in both record books. Schebler is 14 points away
from breaking the NCAA Division III kick scoring record. Looking at the Warhawk defensive stats makes
you think of the Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid line; “Who are these guys”. This group has only
given up 443 total yards this season (compared to UW-W averaging 520 per game). Linebackers Kyle
Supianoski and Greg Arnold, defensive back Troney Shumpert, and defensive end Anthony White are
among the leaders in the evenly distributed stats.
The Pioneers so Far: UW-P has rushed the ball 107 times and passed 109, and QB Nick Anderson is a
prime example of the balance. Anderson has completed 59% of his passes for 150 yards per game, with
four interceptions and one TD, and he leads the team with a 5.1 per carry rushing average. Junior running
back Brandon Hertrampf is the workhorse of the rushing game, with 46 carries for 142 yards. Anderson
has spread the ball around, with six receivers averaging more than ten yards per catch. Terry is still the
leader with 16 for 181 yards. The Pioneers are averaging a first down per catch, 10.4 yards. Like their
UW-W counterparts, the UW-P “O” line has given up just one sack this season. On the other side of the
ball, inside linebacker Tony Bruin is among the WIAC leaders with 36 total tackles this season. Defensive
end Tim Stephenson has seven tackles for a loss and five sacks, and DB Quincy Hudson, a former high
school teammate of UW-W‟s Troney Shumpert, has two interceptions and leads the team with two
interceptions. Placekicker Tony Smidl has not missed this year, going 4-4 on field goal attempts (long of
43) and 5-5 on PAT‟s.
Bye Bye: The Pioneers and Warhawks both had their off weeks last Saturday. Both played their last
game September 19.
Home Cookin’: UW-Platteville is playing its third straight road game, while Whitewater is in the middle of
a streak that will see the Warhawks at Perkins Stadium four games in a row.
Red Zone: Whitewater has been “in the zone” this season. The Warhawks are scoring ninety percent of
the time they get inside their opponents‟ twenty, and the UW-W defense is allowing just thirty-three
percent. Platteville‟s offense has also made the most of opportunities; making good on nine of twelve tries,
but the UW-P defense has been scored upon eight of nine times opponents have been inside the twenty.
National Poll: UW-Whitewater, as they have been since the preseason poll, is ranked second in the
D3football.com poll. UW-Platteville is not ranked.
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The Coaches: UW-W‟s Lance Leipold is in his third year as a head coach, all at Whitewater. He is 30-3
coming in to today‟s game. Mike Emendorfer is in his eleventh year at UW-P, compiling a 36-66 record
coming in to Saturday‟s game.
Last Year’s Game: Whitewater won the regular season finale November 15 in Platteville, 52-13. UW-W
led 14-0 after the first quarter, 28-7 at halftime, and 38-7 after three. Tailbacks Levell Coppage and
Antwann Anderson both rushed for a pair of touchdowns and combined for 40 carries and 183 yards
rushing. Those 40 rushes (and 56 for the team) helped UW-W control the clock with 37 minutes of
possession on 83 plays. Jeff Donovan connected on 12-16 for 231 yards, including a 45-yard score to
Aaron Rusch and a 46-yarder to Cory Robinson. Rusch caught six passes for 135 yards to lead UWW. Platteville scored with 0:16 left in the game on a three yard run by Mike Genslinger. Pioneer QB John
Akim completed 19-44, including nine for 109 to WR Nick Grosso and 8-103 to fellow wideout Aunton
Terry. Whitewater also picked off three Akim passes, twice by Jared Kiesow. Pioneer DB Brian Snyder
led both teams with 15 tackles, including six solo and one for a loss. UW-P linebacker Joe Tinucci was
also in double figures, with a sack and two tackles behind the line among his 11. Terry and Snyder are
back this season.
Schedule/Tickets: UW-Whitewater will host UW-Eau Claire at 3:00 next Saturday, October 10. Tickets
for the game, and any home game, can be purchased at the University Center ticket office on the main
campus mall Monday-Friday during normal business hours. Tickets are also available at Perkins Stadium
on game day. Call 262-472-2222 for ticket information.
UW-W Football Players of the Week
October 5, 2009
UW-Whitewater Football Players of the Week
Matt McCulloch and Levell Coppage earned UWW Player of the Week honors, and Linebacker Lane
Olson added Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Week.
Mathew McCulloch aided Special Teams with one unassisted tackle to end a kickoff return in the second
quarter against UW-Platteville.
Levell Coppage led the UWW offense with 168 of Whitewater's 180 rushing yards in 27 carries, averaging
6.1 yards per carry on Saturday versus UW-Platteville. Coppage scored four of the Warhawks five
touchdowns, tying the school record for touchdowns in a game which he also previously accomplished
twice in the 2008 season.
Lane Olson added WIAC Defensive Player of the Week honors after his performance on Saturday against
UW-Platteville, with three unassisted and three assisted tackles. Olson led the team with three sacks for
a combined loss of seven yards in the first half. Olson helped the Warhawk defense limit the Pioneers to
three points, 52 yards rushing, and 184 yards passing.
Warhawks Ranked 2nd in Top 25 Poll
October 5, 2009
The Warhawks remain ranked number two in this weeks d3football.com Top 25 Poll. This is the 5th week
in a row the Warhawks have held their number two ranking.
Last Saturday the Warhawks defeated UW-Platteville 35-3 at Perkins Stadium. This week,
UW-Whitewater (4-0) will host UW-Eau Claire (2-2) on Saturday, October 10th. The game will be held at
Perkins Stadium, and kickoff is scheduled for 3:00pm.
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Tickets will be sold at the University Center ticket office during regular hours Monday-Friday, and at the
gate on game day. Call (262) 472-2222 for ticket information.
Warhawks Take on Blugolds
October 6, 2009
Won-Loss: UW-Whitewater is 4-0 overall, 1-0 in the WIAC. UW-Eau Claire is 2-2 and 0-1 in league play.
This Season: UW-W won 38-3 at Dickinson State, 58-0 over Midland Lutheran, 42-7 over Puget Sound,
and 35-3 versus Platteville last week. Eau Claire defeated Bethel University (TN) 21-7, lost to nationally
ranked Saint John‟s 35-27 in Minnesota, beat Hope College 52-47 in two overtimes, then lost to UWStevens Point 48-33 last week.
By The Numbers: UW-Whitewater‟s offensive line averages 282 pounds and the Eau Claire defensive
line 260. The numbers are 266 for the Whitewater defensive front versus 288 for the Blugold offensive
line. Whitewater starts three seniors on offense and no freshmen. The Warhawk defense starts eight
seniors and no freshmen. Eau Claire has six seniors on offense and one freshman, and the EC defense
starts four seniors and one frosh.
The Series: Whitewater leads the all-time series 37-23. The series began with a 26-6 Whitewater win in
1923. UW-W‟s longest win streak was eight games (1991-98). The Warhawks, having won the last seven
games, could tie that streak today. Eau Claire turned that streak in the 90‟s around, winning five in a row
(1998-2002). The largest margin of victory for Whitewater was a 70-0 win in 1958, also the series record
for most points, combined, scored in a game. Eau Claire‟s largest margin was 39-13 in 1953 and 33-7 in
1955.
The Coaches: Whitewater‟s Lance Leipold is in his third season. He is 31-3 coming in to this game,
including 14-1 in the WIAC. Todd Glaser, in his fourth year at UW-EC is 20-16 overall and 11-11 in the
WIAC.
There’s No Place Like Home: Whitewater has gone 32-1 in Perkins Stadium since the beginning of the
2005 season. UW-W is ending a four game streak of home games. The Warhawks, with six home games
this year, will split the remaining four games between home (River Falls, Oshkosh) and road (Stevens
Point, La Crosse). The Blugolds, on the other hand, are ending a string of four straight road games.
The Warhawks So Far: Although UW-W returns two 1,000 yards rushers and an All-Americans from last
year, the passing game has been noteworthy. UW-W leads the WIAC in pass efficiency, as does QB Jeff
Donovan. Donovan has completed 76% of his passes for nine touchdowns and has not thrown a pick.
Aaron Rusch (22 catches) and Adam Brandes (5 touchdowns) have been the favorite targets. The
Warhawks have the number one scoring offense in the league (43.2/game).
The Blugolds So Far: Eau Claire‟s Kyle Paulson is second in the league in total offense (280.2), with
wideout Spencer Kehoe second in both receptions (6/game) and yards (77.2/game). Sartorelli is still a goto guy, leading the WIAC in scoring with ten touchdowns. He is also averaging 4.2 yards per rush.
Linebackers Ryan Leis (7 tackles/game) and Bryant Dorsey (6.2) are joined by DB Ross Porter (6.2) as
defensive leaders.
Last Year’s Game(s): In a schedule oddity, or rather a tale of the times for WIAC teams, Whitewater and
Eau Claire played twice last year. The Warhawks opened the WIAC season with a 16-14 win at Carson
Park in Eau Claire September 13. Two Jeff Schebler field goals gave UW-W a 6-0 lead at the half. The
Blugolds intercepted a pass on the first series of the second half and started a drive at the WW 5. Cory
Sartorelli scored from one yard out to put the Blugolds ahead. Levell Coppage‟s two yard run in the third,
his first collegiate score, returned the lead to UW-W in the third. Schebler added his third field goal
midway through the fourth quarter, which proved to be the decisive points after UW-EC marched 74 yards
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in twelve plays to pull within two. Eau Claire‟s bid for the winning points was ended by a Matt McCulloch
interception. Coppage carried the ball 42 times for 220 yards, and Sartorelli led EC with 112 yards on 24
rushes.
The second time around, November 1 in Perkins Stadium, Whitewater won 40-10. UW-W never trailed as
the Warhawk defense limited EC to 96 yards rushing and 216 overall (218, 427 for WW). Coppage added
173 yards on 27 carries to his first game numbers, with Aaron Rusch catching seven Jeff Donovan
passes for 74 yards and a TD. Sartorelli led the Blugolds with 67 yards on 19 carries, with QB Kyle
Paulson connecting on 13-30 for 120 yards, one TD and three interceptions. Whitewater linebacker Jace
Rindahl led both team with 12 tackles and one of the interceptions. UW-W DB Zack Christopherson
returning an interception 73 yards for the game‟s final points.
National Poll: UW-Whitewater remains second in the D3football.com poll. UW-EC is not ranked.
Schedule/Tickets: UW-Whitewater will travel to Menomonie to face UW-Stout for a 3:00 kickoff. The
Warhawks will return to Perkins Stadium to host Homecoming October 24 for a 12:00 kickoff against UWRiver Falls. The UW-W ticket office is located in the Connor University Center on the main campus mall,
and is open Monday-Friday during normal business hours. Tickets are also sold at the Perkins Stadium
window on game day. Call (262) 472-2222 for ticket information.
Schebler Among Mitchell Award Finalists
October 9, 2009
UW-Whitewater placekicker Jeff Schebler has been selected for recognition for the Fred Mitchell
Award for the month of September. The award, new this year, will go to the top placekicker among all
National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II and Division III teams. See Animoto video
Schebler, who was among eighteen kickers on the committee's "watch list" in August, is among thirteen
players honored in September.
The award is named for Fred Mitchell, who was a placekicker for Wittenberg University (OH). Mitchell
was an author, Chicago Tribune sports columnist and philanthropist. The award winner will be chosen
based on excellence on the field and in the community. The school of the award winner will receive
scholarship funds.
The Fred Mitchell Award committee will recognize players for September, October and November, with
the national award winner announced in mid-December. The selection committee includes nine members
of the Pro or College Football Hall of Fame.
Schebler, a senior from Davenport, Iowa, recently broke the UW-Whitewater and Wisconsin
Intercollegiate Athletic Conference career scoring (not just kick scoring) records. He has totaled 374
points in three-plus seasons, just nine short of the NCAA III career kick scoring record of 383. The alldivision kick scoring record is 433 points,
Schebler has helped UW-Whitewater win WIAC titles each of his first three years. The Warhawks have
also advanced to the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl, the Division III championship game, his first three
seasons, including a national title in 2007. Schebler has been an All-American all three years as well as
first team All-WIAC.
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Coppage, Shumpert, and Rusch named Football Players of the Week
October 12, 2009
Levell Coppage, Troney Shumpert and Aaron Rusch are UW-Whitewater Players of the Week. Coppage
has also earned the WIAC Athlete of the Week with his performance against UW-Eau Claire this
Saturday.
Coppage ran for 386 of the Warhawks 409 rushing yards breaking the school record for yards rushed in a
game, set by Justin Beaver in 2006. This mark is second highest all time in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate
Athletic Conference. Coppage carried the ball 42 times and averaged 9.3 yards per carry. Coppage
ended the game with 3 touchdowns leading the Warhawks to a 38-14 victory.
Shumpert ended the game with 3 unassisted and 1 assisted tackle. Shrumpert also broke up 3 passess
and forced a fumble.
Rusch returned three UW-Eau Claire punts for 19, 18, and 13 yards respectively, averaging 16.7 yards
per return.
The UW-Whitewater football team will play UW-Stout in Menomonie on Saturday October 17 at 3:00 pm.
Warhawks Gain Four First Place Votes
October 12, 2009
The UW-Whitewater football team moves within 11 points of Mount Union and remains ranked number
two for the October 12, 2009 D3football.com Poll.
The Warhawks defeated conference rival UW-Eau Claire 38-14 last Saturday at Perkins Stadium. Levell
Coppage rushed for 386 yards and helped move the team to a 5-0 record. The team travels to
Menomonie to face UW-Stout Saturday at 1:00.
Tickets will be sold at the University Center ticket office during regular hours Monday-Friday. Call (262)
472-2222 for ticket information.
Warhawks Take on UW-Stout
October 14, 2009
Won-Loss: UW-Whitewater is 5-0 overall, 2-0 in the WIAC. UW-Stout is 4-1 and 1-1 in the WIAC.
This Season: UW-W won 38-3 at Dickinson State, 58-0 over Midland Lutheran, 42-7 over Puget Sound,
35-3 over Platteville, and 38-14 versus UW-Eau Claire last week. Stout won 35-7 over Simpson College,
24-14 over Jamestown College, 40-6 over Eureka College, 13-12 over UW-River Falls and lost to UWStevens Point with 7-6 last week.
By The Numbers: UW-Whitewater‟s offensive line averages 281 pounds and the Stout defensive line
248. The numbers are 227 for the Warhawks‟ defensive front versus 279 for Stout‟s offensive line.
Whitewater starts three seniors and no freshman on offense, and eight seniors and no freshmen on
defense. Stout‟s offense has four seniors starting and no freshmen, and the Stout defense has six
seniors and one freshman in the number one unit.
The Series: Whitewater leads the all-time series 40-10-2. The series began with a 21-20 Stout win in
1948. Whitewater‟s longest win streak in the series was thirteen games (1987-1999). UW-W is currently
on a seven game streak. Stout won back-to-back games three times, in 1948-1949, again in 1981-1982
and again in 2000-2001. The largest margin of victory for Whitewater was 67-0 win in 1974, also the most
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points UW-W has scored. Stout‟s largest margin of victory was 33-20 in 1981. The Blue Devils scored 43
in a 45-43 loss in 1998, also the game that produced the most points combined.
The Coaches: Whitewater‟s Lance Leipold is in his third season. He is 32-3 coming in to this game,
including 15-1 in the WIAC. Duey Naatz, also in his third year of coaching UW-Stout, is 13-12 overall and
7-9 in the WIAC.
Warhawks Meet Ralph Cramden: After playing four consecutive home games the Warhawks are going
to have to climb on a bus to play at Williams Stadium in Menomonie. (As an aside: thank goodness for
“Williams” and WIAC athletics: Williams Center at UW-W, Williams Fieldhouse at UW-Platteville, and
Stout‟s facility.) UW-S played three of its first four games at home, winning all four, before the narrow
loss at UW-Stevens Point last week.
The Warhawks so Far: Coaches have made it a cliché, but Whitewater is a balanced offense. UW-W
has more passing yards than rushing in three games, thus two for rushing. The Warhawks have gained
1,339 yards passing and 1,238 rushing. UW-W‟s scoring has been distributed evenly through five games,
scoring the most (62) in the first quarter and the least (49) in the fourth. The Whitewater defense has not
given up a point in the first quarter this season. UW-W has the top scoring offense (42.2 points), rushing
offense (247.6 yards), and passing offense (267.8) in the WIAC.
The offensive line has given up just one sack this season. The Warhawks are also number one in total
defense (205.4), scoring defense (5.4) and pass defense (114.2). Jeff Donovan leads the league in
passing efficiency and Levell Coppage is the league‟s top rusher. Coppage is the team‟s Offensive Player
of the Week, the WIAC Offensive Player of the Week, and a member of D3football.com‟s Team of the
Week.
The Blue Devils so Far: Led by Craig Warminski, Stout has the number two rushing offense in the
WIAC (226.4). Warminski is fourth in the league, averaging 100.4 yards per game and 5.0 yards per
carry. He had his best game of the season last week, rushing for 138 yards in the Blue Devils‟ loss at
Stevens Point. UW-S also has the number two scoring defense (9.2), along with UW-W the only two
teams in the league in single digits. Stout is also second in pass defense (129.6) and total defense
(218.6). Although UW-W has given up just one sack this season, UW-Stout is the leader in sacks with 14.
Defensive end Marcus Ball returned from a three game absence because of an injury to earn
D3football.com Team of the Week recognition after recording three sacks, three tackles for a loss, two
forced fumbles and five tackles against Point. Linebacker Jamin Ramsey has three sacks on the season
and six tackles for a loss and DB Kendall Wade tops the team with three interceptions and seven passes
broken up. Even at 5.0 per carry Warminski is below the team average (5.1). Carlos Concepion (6.9),
Ross Carey (4.0), and Ron Fricke (6.7) add to the potent running attack. Carey, the Stout QB, is a double
threat. He has completed 52% of his passes for 132.6 yards per game, with six TD‟s and two
interceptions. Warminski is also a concern coming out of the backfield for a Carey pass, with ten catches
this season. Carey‟s number one target is Patrick Mengelkoch (15-175-2).
Last Year’s Game: Whitewater won 17-10 at Perkins Stadium. Bruce Langer, quarterbacking for an
injured Jeff Donovan, ran eight yards to give Whitewater a 7-0 lead in the first quarter. Langer also had a
hand in the second TD, hooking up with Aaron Rusch for a 39-yard score to make it 14-0 Whitewater at
halftime. Jeff Schebler‟s 46-yard field goal in the third upped the Warhawk margin to 17-0. Stout began a
comeback with a 36-yard Kyle Martin field goal on the following possession. With 7:42 left in the game
Kyle Provos dumped the ball to Nate Schoenecker from the two to pull within 17-10. The Blue Devils kept
the pressure on, intercepting a pass at their own 44 on Whitewater‟s next possession before stalling at
the Whitewater 39. Still, the Blue Devils weren‟t finished. Whitewater went three and out, and with 2:38
left in the game UW-S took over at their own 31. Thirteen plays later it was first and ten from
Whitewater‟s 19. With just six seconds left a final pass attempt went incomplete.
Stout‟s offense had 21 first downs, while Whitewater had a season low five. The Blue Devils out-gained
the Warhawks 315-236, and held on to the ball 37:00 minutes (to 23 for UW-W). Provos went 16-39 for
170 yards and the TD and INT, with seven different receivers. Langer was 8-22 for 166 yards, and also
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one TD and one interception for Whitewater. Rusch was the leading receiver in the game with five
catches for 105 yards. Craig Warminski rushed 19 times for 57 yards for Stout, Levell Coppage 17 for 61
for Whitewater.
The teams combined for 15 punts. UW-W linebackers Jace Rindahl and Lane Olson were the leading
tacklers in the game with 11 apiece. Rindahl also had a tackle for a loss and a sack. Stout‟s Marcus Ball
had two tackles for a loss and the interception, along with five tackles to lead his team.
The Record Book: UW-W placekicker Jeff Schebler scored eight points in the Eau Claire win, putting
him one point away from tying the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III kick scoring record
of 383 held by Mike Zimmerman of Mount Union College (2003-2005), and fifty away from the NCAA all
division record held by Art Carmody of the University of Louisville (NCAA Football Bowl Series). Tailback
Levell Coppage was named UW-W Offensive Player of the Week, WIAC Offensive Player of the Week,
and one of two running backs on the D3football.com Team of the Week after carrying the ball 42 times for
386 yards last Saturday. That is the most rushing yardage in school history, and second most in the
history of the WIAC. Jeff Donovan, at .748 with his completion percentage, could challenge the Division
III record of .750 set by Greg Michelli of Mount Union last year. Donovan has thrown for ten touchdowns
without an interception. Aaron Rusch, already among the top ten in career receptions and receiving
yardage, is poised to pass a former teammate. Rusch has accumulated 2,089 yards in his career, just
ten yards shy of Neil Mrkvicka (2004-2007) for fourth place in the school record book. Rusch has caught
151 passes for fifth place on that list, one reception away from Roger Gename (1973-75), three away
from Joe Gerlach (1979-82) in third place, and just four away from tying Mrkvicka for second place.
National Poll: UW-Whitewater remains second in the D3football.com poll. Stout is not ranked.
The Schedule/Tickets: UW-Whitewater will return to Perkins Stadium to host Homecoming and the
Athletic Hall of Fame October 24 for a 12:00 kickoff against UW-River Falls. The Warhawks will travel to
Stevens Point to face the Pointers for a 1:00 kickoff October 31. The UW-W ticket office is located in the
Connor University Center on the main campus mall, and is open Monday-Friday during normal business
hours. Tickets are also sold at the Perkins Stadium window on game day. Call (262)472-2222 for ticket
information.
Senior Place Kicker Blogging for Inside Wisconsin Sports
October 14, 2009
Jeff Schebler, UW-Whitewater's senior place kicker for the football team has been asked by Inside
Wisconsin Sports to blog on their website this year.
Schebler will be adding weekly blogs to Inside Wisconsin Sports throughout the 2009 football season.
You can see his blogs by visint the Inside Wisconsin Sports website or by following this link:
http://insidewisconsinsports.com/ME2/dirmod.asp?sid=&type=gen&mod=Core+Pages&gid=91AB04F1D4
5D4FD3B93BC3B23B1E188E
Coppage Named to Team of the Week
October 14, 2009
Levell Coppage has been named to the D3football.com Team of the Week this week.
Coppage broke the school record for yards rushed in a game, which was held by Justin Beaver, rushing
42 times for 386 yards (averaged 9.3 yards per carry) and thee touchdowns in a win against UW-Eau
Claire. This mark is second highest all time in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
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UW-Whitewater and the WIAC have also named Coppage this weeks Player and Athlete of the Week.
To see the rest of the D3football.com Team of the Week follow this
link: http://www.d3football.com/tow/09/week6.htm
Warhawks Hold Steady at No. 2 in National Polls
October 19, 2009
The UW-Whitewater Warhawks retain the number two national ranking in theD3football.com and
American Football Coaches Association Division III polls.
The Warhawks defended their ranking October 17 with a 38-3 road victory over UW-Stout. The win
moved the „Hawks to 6-0 overall and 3-0 in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
While UW-Whitewater is the only conference school in the top 25, UW-La Crosse and UW-Stevens Point
also received votes. Both schools are scheduled to host the Warhawks late in the regular season.
The Warhawks' next game is Saturday October, 24 at Perkins Stadium in a Homecoming and Hall of
Fame game against UW-River Falls.
Donovan, Schebler, and Supianoski Earn Players of the Week
Nominations
October 19, 2009
Jeff Donovan, Jeff Schebler, and Kyle Supianoski have been named this week's UW-Whitewater football
players of the week.
Donovan, named offensive player of the week, completed 23 of his 30 pass attempts for 260 yards and
two touchdowns. He completed at least one pass to six different receivers and led the Warhawk offense
to a perfect red-zone scoring percentage, 5-5 on the day.
Schebler was named this week's special teams player of the week. He made all five of this PAT's and
also kicked a 45 yard field goal. This weekend he passed Mike Zimmerman, who played for Mount Union
College from 2003-2005, as the all-time Division III kick scoring leader with his second PAT of the day.
Supianoski, who was named defensive player of the week, led the Warhawks in tackles this week with
five and a half total, including nine assisted and one solo. Supianoski was also credited for one half tackle
for loss, which resulted in a two yard loss. He aided the defense in shutting down the UW-Stout rushing
attack, which only ran for 54 yards on 28 carries.
UW-W will play its Homecoming game against UW-River Falls this Saturday at 12:00 pm at Perkins
Stadium.
Hawks Host Falcons
October 19, 2009
Won-Lost: UW-Whitewater is 6-0 overall, 3-0 in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. UWRiver Falls is 2-4 overall, 0-3 in the WIAC.
This Season: UW-W defeated Dickinson State 38-3 (currently 5-2), Midland Lutheran 58-0 (5-2), Puget
Sound 42-7 (0-5), UW-Platteville 35-3 (3-3), UW-Eau Claire 38-14 (3-3), and UW-Stout 38-3 (4-2). The
combined record of Whitewater‟s opponents is 20-17. Whitewater is 4-0 at home and 2-0 on the
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road. UW-RF lost to Saint John‟s 28-24 (7-0), beat Northwestern (MN) 20-17 (4-3), beat Alma 40-27 (3-3),
lost to UW-Stout 13-12 (4-2) in overtime, lost to Oshkosh 31-29 (3-3), and lost to UW-La Crosse 49-47 (51) in three overtimes. The UW-RF opposition has a combined record of 21-11. The Falcons are 1-2 at
home and 1-2 on the road.
By the Numbers: UW-W‟s offensive line averages 281 pounds. It matches up against the UW-RF
defensive line, which averages 224 pounds. On the other side of the ball, Whitewater‟s defensive front
averages 266 pounds versus 258 for the UW-RF offensive line. Whitewater starts three seniors and one
freshman on offense, and seven seniors and no freshmen on defense. River Falls starts two seniors and
one freshman on offense, and seven seniors and no freshmen on defense.
The Series: UW-W leads the all-time series, which began in 1914, 29-18-3. The largest margin of victory
for UW-W came in a 58-2 win in Whitewater in 1970, the season Perkins Stadium opened. This is also
the most points UW-W has scored against the Falcons. Whitewater‟s longest win streak is seven games,
which is current. The Warhawks also went seven games without a loss from 1959-1970, but that string
includes a 14-14 tie in 1973. River Falls‟ largest winning margin came in a 42-0 1989 win in River
Falls. The most points the Falcons have scored came in a 52-28 win in Perkins Stadium in 1998. River
Falls won four in a row 1990-1993. The most points the teams have combined to produce in a game was
the 1998 game (80). The lowest scoring game in the series history was a 7-0 UW-RF win in 1915.
The Coaches: Whitewater‟s Lance Leipold, in his third season, is 33-3 overall and 16-1 in WIAC
play. John O‟Grady, the longest serving coach in the WIAC, is in his twenty-first season at UW-RF. He is
101-96-3 overall, 72-68-3 in league play. Leipold is 2-0 versus River Falls.
Home Sweet Home: Whitewater has a 33-1 record in Perkins Stadium since the start of the 2005
season.
There’s No “I” in Defense: The UW-W defense, first in the WIAC in scoring defense (5.0), total defense
(202.0), pass defense (117.0) and rushing defense (85.0), has not allowed an opponent to score in the
first quarter this season. But other than linebacker Lane Olson (tied for third in sacks, 0.7/game, and
fumbles forced, tied for eighth 0.2) and DB Troney Shumpert (tied for fourth in passes defended,
1.17/game) no Warhawk is among the top ten in a defensive category.
King of the Hill (Tee): Placekicker Jeff Schebler broke the National Collegiate Athletic Association
Division III kick scoring record in the win at Stout last weekend. Schebler, who has compiled 390 points in
his career, passed former Mount Union kicker Mike Zimmerman (383, 2005-2007). At his current pace
Schebler is within reach of the NCAA Football Championship Series record of 407 (Dan Carpenter,
Montana, 2004-2007); the Division II mark of 420 (Jeff Glas, North Dakota, 2002-2005) and the Football
Bowl Series record of 433 (Art Carmody, Louisville, 2004-2007).
Rusch Stock Climbing: Junior wide receiver Aaron Rusch is climbing up the Warhawk record
charts. Rusch has totaled 156 catches for 2,164 yards in his career. The receptions total is second alltime, just behind the 162 accumulated by Jim Leszczynski (2002-2005). Rusch is looking up at Joe
Gerlach (2,250, 1979-82) for fourth place on the yards receiving list. Derek Stanley (2003-2006) is
number one in receiving yards with 2,621.
(Not) New Balance: The Warhawk offense leads the WIAC in scoring (41.5), total offense (501.3), and
rushing offense (209.3). Jeff Donovan leads WIAC quarterbacks in passing efficiency, with 12
touchdowns, one interception, and a .752 completion percentage. Donovan‟s throwing is set up by (or
vice versa) the running game. Sophomore tailback Levell Coppage leads the league in rushing at 134.8
yards per game, 6.5 yards per attempt. Coppage and Donovan are products of an offensive line that
averages 5.5 yards per rushing attempt and has allowed just one sack this season.
Falcon Notes: UW-RF is nine points away from being unbeaten this season. Their “worst” loss was a
four-pointer (28-24) against the number five team in the NCAA III poll, Saint John‟s (MN). Then there was
a 13-12 overtime loss at Stout, a two-pointer against UW-Oshkosh, and last week‟s 49-47 loss to La
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Crosse that went three overtimes. With four overtimes in their pocket the Falcons have already played
almost the equivalent of an extra game.
UW-RF sophomore tailback Taylor Edwards, who hails from just down the road in Janesville, is right
behind Coppage in the WIAC rushing stats with a 128.7 average. Edwards has two 200+ games to his
credit, rushing 30-246 against Alma and 39-209 versus Stout. Last week Taylor carried a big load, lugging
the ball 44 times for 142 yards and three TD‟s against La Crosse. Taylor headlines an offense that ranks
second in the WIAC rushing, along with UW-W the only schools to average more than 200 yards per
game.
The Falcons lead the WIAC in red zone offense (88.5) and are number two in red zone defense. In fact,
they switch places with UW-W in both categories.
Senior linebacker Cole Lowell leads the defense, averaging 8.3 tackles per game, fifth in the
WIAC. Senior linemen Derek Nette and Mike Larson have combined for twelve tackles behind the line of
scrimmage, and are the Falcon leaders in sacks (2.5 and 2.0 respectively).
UW-RF and UW-L traded touchdowns three times in the OT‟s last Saturday. The Eagles completed a
pass for a two point conversion on their third score to end the game. River Falls jumped ahead 10-0, but
La Crosse led 27-24 in the fourth. RF kicker Drake Klatt hit a 46 yard field goal with 1:29 left to send the
game into OT. It was, is, Klatt‟s first and only field goal of the season.
UW-RF also leads the WIAC in kickoff returns with a 20.8 yard average.
National Polls: UW-W is ranked second by both the American Football Coaches Association (afca.com)
and D3football.com (d3football.com). UW-RF is not ranked. UW-La Crosse and UW-Stevens Point are
both in the “others receiving votes” category of both polls.
Schedule/Tickets: UW-Whitewater will face UW-Stevens Point on the road October 31, a 1:00
kickoff. The Warhawks will wrap up their home schedule with UW-Oshkosh visiting Perkins Stadium
November 7 at 1:00. The UW-W ticket office is located in the Connor University Center on the main
campus mail and is open Monday-Friday during normal business hours. Tickets are also sold at the
Perkins Stadium window on game day. Call (262) 472-2222 for ticket information.
Re-Braodcast: The game will be re-broadcasted on FSN Wisconsin on October 27th at 7pm. Check your
local listings for channel number.
Warhawks Maintain Second Place in National Poll
October 26, 2009
The UW-Whitewater Warhawks remian number two in the D3football.com and American Football
Coaches Association national poll rankings released October 26th.
The Warhawks maintained their ranking October 24 with a 38-14 homecoming victory over UW-River
Falls. The win moved the „Hawks to 7-0 overall and 4-0 in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic
Conference.
While UW-Whitewater is the only conference school in the top 25, UW-La Crosse and UW-Stevens Point
also received votes in both polls. Both schools are scheduled to host the Warhawks later in the regular
season.
The Warhawks' next game is October 31 hosted by UW-Stevens Point with kickoff at 1pm. The next
Warhawk home game is November 7 against UW-Oshkosh with kick off at 1pm. It is also Senior day and
Shriner's Day Auction/ Raffle.
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Rusch, McCulloch, and Kiesow Named UW-W Football Players of the
Week
October 26, 2009
Offense
Aaron Rusch WR 6-3 168 Jr. Hartford/Hartford
Aaron Rusch finished Saturday‟s game with seven receptions for 127 of the Warhawk‟s 466 total
offensive yards. Rusch also scored one of Whitewater‟s five touchdowns in the third quarter on a 48 yard
pass from Jeff Donovan in the 38-14 win over UW-River Falls.
Rusch‟s seventh reception on Saturday moved his career reception total to 163, a Whitewater school
record. The record was formerly held by Jim Leszczynski (2002-2005) with 162 receptions. Rusch also
moved into third place on the school‟s career receiving yardage list, with 2,291 yards.
Defense
Mathew McCulloch DB 6-3 180 Jr. Janesville/Parker
In Saturday‟s game against UW-River Falls, Mathew McCulloch and the Warhawk defense held the
Falcons scoreless through the end of the third quarter. This is the seventh game this season that the
Warhawks have held their opponent scoreless in the first quarter. McCulloch had one unassisted and
three assisted tackles. He also broke up two passes in the 38-14 win over UW-River Falls.
Special Teams
Jared Kiesow DB 5-9 171 So. Horicon/Horicon
In Saturday‟s homecoming game, Jared Kiesow recorded one assisted and two unassisted tackles to end
three Falcon kick returns.
WIAC Unbeatens Meet Saturday
October 28, 2009
UW-Whitewater will travel to Stevens Point to face the Pointers in a battle of WIAC unbeaten teams
Sataurday, October 31.
Won-Loss: UW-Whitewater is 7-0 overall, 4-0 in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. UWStevens Point is 5-2 overall, 4-0 in the WIAC.
This Season: UW-W defeated Dickinson State 38-3 (currently 6-2), Midland Lutheran 58-0 (5-3), Puget
Sound 42-7 (0-6), UW-Platteville 35-3 (3-4), UW-Eau Claire 38-14 (3-4), UW-Stout 38-3 (5-2), and UWRiver Falls 38-14 (2-5). The combined record of Whitewater‟s opponents is 24-26. Whitewater is 5-0 at
home and 2-0 on the road. UW-SP lost to Central (IA) 22-21 (8-0), beat Missouri Science & Technology
21-17 (2-6), lost to Azusa Pacific (CA) 23-7 (1-8), beat UW-Eau Claire 48-33 (3-4), beat UW-Stout 7-6 (52), beat UW-Oshkosh 24-17 (4-3), and beat UW-La Crosse 26-14 (5-2). The UW-SP opposition has a
combined record of 28-25. The Pointers are 2-0 at home and 3-2 on the road.
By The Numbers: UW-W‟s offensive line averages 281 pounds. It matches up against the UW-SP
defense line, which averages 216 pounds. On the other side of the ball, Whitewater‟s defensive front
averages 266 pounds versus 303 for the UW-SP offensive line. Whitewater starts three seniors and one
freshman on offense, and seven seniors and no freshman on defense. Steven‟s Point starts four seniors
and no freshman on offense, and seven seniors and no freshman on defense.
The Series: UW-W leads the all-time series, which began in 1895, 53-33. The largest margin of victory
for UW-W came in a pair of 54-0 games in 1923 and 1971. Whitewater‟s longest win streak is nine games,
from ‟68 to ‟76. Stevens Point‟s largest winning margin came in a 43-3 win in 1977. The most points the
Pointers have scored came in a 60-30 win in 2003. Stevens Point‟s longest winning streak is three with
the most current taking place from 2002-2004. The most points the teams have combined to produce in a
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game was the 2003 game (90). The lowest scoring game in the series history was a 2-0 UW-W win in
1932.
The Coaches: Whitewater‟s Lance Leipold, in his third season, is 34-3 overall and 17-1 in WIAC play.
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Stevens Point‟s John Miech is in his 21 season and is 143-74-2. Leipold is 1-1 versus Stevens Point,
and Miech is 9-12 versus Whitewater.
Last Year: UW-Stevens Point won 17-16 in Perkin Stadium October 25. The Pointer win ended UW-W‟s
WIAC record-tying 25 game win streak and ended Whitewater‟s string of 27 consecutive wins at Perkins
Stadium. Whitewater turned the opening kickoff into a Jeff Donovan to Aaron Rusch 33 yard touchdown,
but the Pointers blocked the PAT. The Pointers, using nine consecutive pass plays, converted on a 20
yard Ryan Grabowski field goal on their first possession. UW-W fumbled the ensuing kickoff return but the
Warhawk defense topped UW-SP on a fourth and one. Grabowski added another field goal later in the
quarter to knot the game at 6-6. An interception by Paul Wick set UW-W up in Pointer territory in the
second quarter, and Levell Coppage went 35 yards to give UW-W a 13-6 lead going in to the locker
rooms. Defenses dominated the third quarter with no change on the scoreboard. Early in the fourth
Grabowski came through again for the Pointers, hitting from 22 yards out after the Warhawk defense
stopped UW-SP at the five. With about five minutes left in the game it was the Point defense that stiffened,
stopping UW-W at the Point one yard line, with Jeff Schebler booting a field goal that made it 16-9
Whitewater. After both teams failed to move the ball, UW-SP took possession at their own 16. The
Pointers moved the length of the field, six completions from Jared Beckwith to Jared Jenkins (and one
Beckwith scramble), to score with fifteen seconds left. Beckwith and Jenkins teamed up again on the two
point conversion for the win. Beckwith completed 29-55 passes for 234 yards, 10-125 to Jenkins.
Pointer Notes: UW-SP will apply pressure to a Warhawk offense that has given up just two sacks this
season. The Pointers rank twenty-third in Division III in sacks per game, 3.0, and sixteenth in tackles for a
loss (8.5/game). DE Matt Lunder leads the team with 15 tackles for a loss and five sacks. DT Pierce
Follansbe-DeLong has ten TFL and four sacks, and DE Charlie Diercks has contributed five sacks. UWSP opened the season with a loss, but an impressive 22-21 decision to now undefeated Central College,
ranked among the top five in both Division III polls. The Pointers also may have knocked UW-La Crosse
out of contention for the WIAC crown with a 26-14 win last week. Both of those performances came on
the road, where UW-SP has played five of its seven games this season.
Chip Hilton Lives: UW-SP‟s Jared Jenkins is a throwback. Not only does he rank sixth in Division III
receiving yards per game, 128.8, and eighth in receptions per game, 8.7, but he is also third in DIII
punting at 43.6 per kick. Jenkins and the Point punt team rank third in net punting yards. For good
measure, Jenkins is also 2-2 for 27 yards passing and 4-53 rushing the ball.
Warhawk Notes: In the NCAA III statistics, UW-W is fifth in total offense (496.3/game) and sixth in
scoring (41.0). Although there have been some injuries in the line, that unit has kept UW-W second in
passing efficiency and is second in sacks allowed (0.3/game). The group up front has kept Levell
Coppage second in scoring (13.7/game) and eleventh in rushing (126.0), and QB Jeff Donovan second in
passing efficiency. On the other side of the ball, the Warhawk defense is second in points allowed
(6.29/game), fourth in total defense (209.4 yards/game) and sixth in pass defense (115.0).
Record Watch: Warhawk TB Levell Coppage, who scored three times last week moved in to a tie for
second place in the school record book with 37 career touchdowns Justin Beaver (2004-2007) is number
one with 44 rushing touchdowns. Coppage also passed Bill Roper (1971-73) with 2,343 career yards for
ninth place, with Mike R. Miller (1981-83) ahead in eighth at 2,693. QB Jeff Donovan has amassed 4,488
yards passing in his career, second all-time. He passed Ty Grovesteen (1996-98) last week and has
Justin Jacobs (2003-2006) at 7,886 at number one. Donovan‟s 31 career TD passes also ties him for
sixth in the UW-W record book with Randy Borgardt (1999-2002), with Dennis Bogacz (10990-1991) in
fifth with 33.
No Name D: DE Anthony White is eighth with 17 career sacks, two away from a four way tie for fifth. And
he even has adjusted to a new role this year. UW-W has seventeen players in double figures for tackles
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this season, compared to eleven for UW-SP. That isn‟t to say that one way is better than the other, just
that UW-W‟s philosophy of getting playing time for backups has paid dividends for this year‟s team (see
Warhawk Notes) and possibly next year‟s as well.
Whitewater Last Week: After a slow start UW-W went on to a 38-14 win at home over UW-River
Falls. Whitewater never trailed in the game, building up a 38-0 lead before surrendering two fourth quarter
scores to the Falcons. Whitewater outgained UW-RF 466-249 and did not have a turnover or a penalty in
the game.
Stevens Point Last Week: The Pointers led all the way at La Crosse, 6-0, 12-7 and 19-7 after the
quarters. The Eagles pulled within 19-14, but on the following kickoff Point got a 45 yard return to set up
their decisive score. Sophomore RB Garrett Medenwald led the Pointer offense, rushing 22-82 and
leading the team with 6-35 in receiving. Safety Joe Mleziva led both teams with 15 tackles, 14 of them
solo.
National Polls: UW-W is ranked second in the latest D3football.com poll and the AFCA Division III
ranking. UW-SP is in the “others receiving votes” category in both polls.
The Schedule/Tickets: UW-Whitewater will wrap up their home schedule with UW-Oshkosh visiting
Perkins Stadium November 7th at 1:00. The UW-W ticket office is located in the Connor University Center
on the main campus mail and is open Monday-Friday during normal business hours. Tickets are also sold
at the Perkins Stadium window on game day. Call (262) 472-2222 for ticket information.
UW-Whitewater Maintains Second in National Polls
November 2, 2009
The UW-Whitewater Warhawks retain the number two national ranking in the D3football.com poll as well
as the AFCA poll.
The Warhawks maintained their rankings October 31 with a 42-12 road victory over UW-Stevens Point.
The win moved the Warhawks to 7-0 overall and 4-0 in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
While UW-Whitewater is once again the only conference school in the top 25, UW-Stevens Point also
received votes.
The Warhawks‟ next game is Saturday November, 7 at Perkins Stadium in a Senior/ Shriner‟s Day
Auction and Raffle game against UW-Oshkosh.
Coppage, Shumpert and Jonsson Football Players of the Week,
Coppage WIAC Offensive Player of the Week
November 2, 2009
Offense
Levell Coppage RB 5-8 180 So. Oak Park, IL/Oak Park
Levell Coppage rushed for 199 (on 23 carries) of Whitewater‟s 240 total rushing yards and scored three
touchdowns in Saturday‟s 42-12 victory over previously undefeated UW-Stevens Point. Prior to
Saturday‟s match-up, the Pointers held their opponents to an average of less than 100 rushing yards per
game. Coppage also recorded the longest rushing play of the season with a 68 yard touchdown run. As
a sophomore, Coppage is currently eighth in career rushing yards (2,542) and second in career
touchdowns (40) at UW-Whitewater.
Defense
Troney Shumpert
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Milwaukee/Bay View
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Troney Shumpert led the Warhawk defense on Saturday with 5 tackles (4 solo/2 assisted). Shumpert
also broke up four pass plays in the victory over the Pointers.
Special Teams
Stephan Jonsson LB 6-0 210 Jr. Spain/Argeniona Bocs
In Saturday‟s victory over UW-Stevens Point, Stephan Jonsson was instrumental in providing the
Warhawks with improved starting field position. In the second quarter, Jonsson drove a blocker into the
punter to cause a blocked punt. The ball was recovered by the Warhawks on the Pointer‟s 19 yard line
and the ensuing offensive drive ended in a touchdown. In the third quarter, Jonsson blocked a punt
which the Warhawks recovered on the Pointer‟s 14 yard line. The following offensive drive resulted in a
field goal for the 'Hawks. Jonsson also recorded one assisted special teams tackle.
Warhawks Host Titans
November 3, 2009
Win-Loss: UW-Whitewater is 8-0 overall, 4-0 in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. UWOshkosh is 4-4 overall and 2-3 in the WIAC.
This Season: UW-W defeated Dickinson State 38-3 (currently 7-2), Midland Lutheran 58-0 (5-4), Puget
Sound 42-7 (0-7), UW-Platteville 35-3 (3-5), UW-Eau Claire (4-4), UW-Stout 38-3 (6-2), UW-River Falls
38-14 (3-5), and UW-Stevens Point 41-12 (5-3). The combined record of Whitewater‟s opponents is 3332. Whitewater is 5-0 at home, and 3-0 on the road. UW-Oshkosh defeated Ripon College 40-16
(currently 6-3), beat Huntingdon College 31-13(7-1), lost to Ohio Dominican University 31-29 (6-2), lost to
UW-La Crosse 32-25 (5-3), beat UW-River Falls 31-29 (3-5), lost to UW-Stevens Point 24-17 (5-3),
defeated UW-Platteville 23-20(3-5), and lost to UW-Eau Claire 44-35 (4-4).UW-Oshkosh opponents
combined record is 39-26. UW-Oshkosh is 2-3 at home and 2-1 on the road.
By the Numbers: UW-W‟s offensive line averages 281 pounds. It matches up with the Titans‟ defensive
line that averages 246 pounds. On the other side of the ball, the UW-W defensive front averages 266
pounds versus a UW-O offensive line that averages 285 pounds. UW-W starts three seniors and one
freshman on offense, and seven seniors and no freshmen on defense. UW-O starts no freshmen on
offense and no seniors, and defensively starts four seniors and no freshmen.
The Series: UW-W leads the series, which goes back to 1897, 70-25-5. The largest margin of victory for
UW-Whitewater came in 1984, with a score of 49-0. The most points scored by the Warhawks came in a
62-21 victory in 1998. Whitewater‟s longest winning streak is 12 games from 1990-2001. Whitewater is
currently on a six-game winning streak against the Titans. The largest margin of victory for the Titans
happened in 1912, 46-0 which was also the most points scored by UW-O. The most points the teams
have combined to score was in 1998 (83). The lowest combined total (0) was a 0-0 tie in 1955.
The Coaches: Whitewater‟s Lance Leipold, in his third season, is 35-3 overall and 17-1 in WIAC
play. UW-O‟s Pat Cerroni is also in his third season, with a record of 15-12 overall and 6-8 in the WIAC.
Leipold is 2-0 against UW-O.
Not in My House: UW-W is 34-1 in Perkins Stadium since the start of the 2005 season. The Warhawks
have also won 37 of their last 38 WIAC games, and are 63-5 since the 2005 season kicked off.
Broken “45”: The record watch continues. With a sack last week in the Stevens Point game, DE Anthony
White is alone in eighth place in the UW-W record book with 18 career sacks. Next in line, Marty Vosburg
(1995-97), Jim Vogel (1977-78) and Nick Zolper (2001-2004) with 19. WR Aaron Rusch added to his
school record for career interceptions, now at 168, and is fourth in career yards with 2.343. Jim
Leszczynski (2002-2005) is in third at 2,547. TB Levell Coppage has accumulated 2,741 yards rushing,
eighth on the school‟s career list. John D‟Amato (1995-1997) is seventh at 2,852. Coppage also moved
into second place on the career touchdowns rushing list, now at 40, with Justin Beaver (2004-2006)
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number one with 44. QB Jeff Donovan is second in career passing yards with 4,666, with Justin Jacobs
(2003-2006) thirty-plus football fields ahead in first with 7,886. Donovan is also tied with Dennis Bogacz
(1990-1991) with 33 touchdown passes for fifth place. Mike LaLoggia (1977-79) is in fourth with 38.
Whitewater Last Week: UW-W gave UW-Stevens Point its first WIAC loss, 41-12 at Goerke Field. The
Warhawks never trailed, with the 14-0 first quarter lead and 21-6 halftime margin the closest the Pointers
would get. Whitewater broke the game open with 17 points in the third. UW-Whitewater has still not
allowed an opponent to score in the first quarter this season (83-0). Stephan Jonsson helped set up two
Whitewater scores, blocking a punt and forcing a Pointer into his kicker for what was credited as a “team”
block on another occasion. Levell Coppage rushed for 199 yards on 23 carries against a defense that
wasn‟t giving up 100 yards rushing as a team total. The Warhawk defense limited UW-SP to 54 yards
rushing on 26 attempts. The “no name” defense made its case again, with 24 Warhawks recording a
tackle. That compares to 17 Pointers on the defensive chart. The same is true of league statistics, where
you won‟t find many Warhawks mentioned among the leaders in defensive stats -- but where UW-W as a
team leads the WIAC in scoring defense and total defense (yards given up).
For the Defense: UW-W defenders have given up just one rushing touchdown this season, and
opponents are averaging 2.6 yards per attempt. The Warhawks are giving up just 88.8 yards rushing per
game, and 7.0 points per game.
Oshkosh Last Week: The Titans lost a shootout to UW-Eau Claire 44-35 in Oshkosh. The teams
combined for over 900 yards. Oshkosh QB Nate Wara, another Chip Hilton type threat, completed 36-46
passes for 358 yards and three touchdowns -- and he led the Titans with 64 yards rushing on 18
attempts. When you hear coaches talk about a balanced offense the Titans last week must be the model,
rushing 46 times (200 yards) and passing 48 (358). Juston Wara kept it in the family with eight catches for
98 yards, and Jamie Braasch went over the 100 yard mark, 101, on his five receptions. Oshkosh led in
the game as late 28-26 at halftime. Cory Sartorelli rushed for 117 yards and two touchdowns, and Kyle
Paulson tossed for TD passes for the Blugolds.
Last Year vs. Oshkosh: UW-W won 44-3 in Oshkosh October 18. UW-W had 22 first downs, Oshkosh 7;
Whitewater rushed for 219 yards, Oshkosh 59; Whitewater passes for 330 yards, Oshkosh 54. Oshkosh
ran just 46 plays, averaging 2.5 yards per play. Levell Coppage ran for 103 yards on 20 carries, and
Antwan Anderson added 77 on 11 attempts. Jeff Donovan threw for two TD‟s, both going to Aaron Rusch,
who caught eight balls for 168 yards. Jeremy Roach led the Titans with 32 yards rushing on nine carries,
and UW-O used three quarterbacks in the game. UW-O had the top two tacklers in the game, Chris Lins
with 12 (five solo) and James Taraboi with 10 plus 1.5 for a loss.
Oshkosh This Year: Nate Wara is the man who makes it happen. Wara is completing 65% of his passes
for 163.5 yards per game. He has thrown for nine touchdowns and five interceptions. Wara is also an
effective runner, with 342 yards and a 3.9 average. Wara is part of a hydra in the backfield, with Jeremy
Roach leading UW-O with 95 carries for 498 yards (5.2/carry) and Charlie Weissman right behind with 78
carries for 453 yards (5.8). UW-O has been even more judicious in spreading the ball around to receivers,
with eight pass catchers in double figures. Jamie Braasch leads the group with four touchdowns and an
18.2 per catch average, with Juston Budiac number one on the team with 26 receptions. Linebacker
James Taraboi, with 114 tackles, is among the leading tacklers in Division III. He also has 13.5 tackles for
a loss, 3.5 QB sacks, two interceptions, and a fumble recovered. DB Nate Heard is among WIAC leaders
with four interceptions.
National Polls: UW-Whitewater is ranked second in the D3football.com poll and second in the American
Football Coaches Association Division III poll this week. UW-Oshkosh is not ranked.
The Schedule/Tickets: UW-W will close the 2009 regular season at UW-La Crosse next Saturday,
November 14. The NCAA Division III playoffs begin Saturday, November 21. If UW-W earns the
automatic berth, as the WIAC champion, or an at-large berth the bids will be announced Monday,
November 16. Watch the UW-W web site, www.uwwsports.com for playoff information.
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Jeff Schebler Among Fred Mitchell Finalists
November 4, 2009
UW-Whitewater placekicker Jeff Schebler has been nominated among the Fred Mitchell Award finalist for
the month of October. The award is new this year and goes to the top placekicker among all National
Collegiate Athletic Association Division II and Division III teams. Schebler was also nominated back in
September.
Jeff Schebler is among 12 placekickers nominated for the award in October.
The award is named for Fred Mitchell, who was the record-setting, Athletic Hall of Famer placekicker for
Wittenberg University (OH) . Mitchell was an author, Chicago Tribune sports columnist and
philanthropist. The award winner will be chosen based on excellence on the field and in the
community. The school of the award winner will receive scholarship funds.
The Selection Committee has recognized players in September and again in October before nominating
once more in November. The national award winner will be announced in mid-December.
There are nine members of the Pro and/or College Football Hall of Fame on the committee including Tom
Beck, George Blanda, Kevin Butler, Lou Holtz, Paul Hornung, Marv Levy, Steve McMichael, Don Pierson
and Gale Sayers. Several former football players that are active in their communities are also on
the committee including Carl Allegretti, Sean Gothier, Dan Jiggetts, Jeff Michalczyk, Mark Murphy, Rob
Perry, Bob Thomas, Todd Wilkins, Gary Zauner and Rob Zvonar. There are eight former college or NFL
place-kickers on the committee.
Schebler's accomplishments include being first in the WIAC this year in kick scoring with 64 points. His
stats include 43-44 PAT's and 7-8 on FG's. Schebler recently broke the Division III kick scoring record
with 384 points on October 17 against UW-Stout and he has passed the NCAA Football Championship
Series record with 409 points, breaking the old mark of 407. He also holds UW-W school records for
PAT's made (205), PAT's attempted (215), FG's made (68) and FG's attempted (85).
Schebler has helped UW-Whitewater win WIAC titles each of his first three years. He also helped win the
Division III National Champion for UW-W in 2007. Schebler has been an All-American all three years as
well as first team All-WIAC.
Underwood Earns Academic Honor
November 6, 2009
UW-Whitewater senior linebacker Derek Underwood has earned Academic All-District College
Division Second Team recognition. The team is selected by the College Sports Information Directors of
America and sponsored by ESPN The Magazine.
Underwood, a physical education major with a health emphasis, has a 3.88 (out of 4.0) cumulative grade
point average.
The CoSIDA/ESPN team recognizes the combination of excellence in the classroom and participation in
intercollegiate athletics. Schools nominates player who meet minimum academic and competitive
standards, and the players receiving the most votes on a national ballot are honored. Members of each
of six district first teams are placed on a national ballot for Academic All-America honors.
UW-Whitewater is in District Five, which includes Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana and Minnesota. The
CoSIDA College Division includes players at National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II and III
schools, as well as National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics schools.
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Underwood has been a versatile performer for the Warhawks, playing a role in three consecutive
Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championships, and three appearances in the Amos Alonzo
Stagg Bowl, the Division III championship game. He played running back for two years, switched to
defensive back last year, and moved to linebacker for 2009.
UW-W, 8-0, is ranked second in both national polls of Division III teams.
Donovan, Shumpert, and Miller Named UW-W Football Players of the
Week
November 9, 2009
Jeff Donovan was named Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the
Week. He led the Warhawks to a 40-7 victory over UW-Oshkosh this past Saturday. Donovan threw for
229 yards, one touchdown, one interception, and went 29-33 on the day. Donovan leads the WIAC in
passing efficiency and has a completion percentage of 74%. The Warhawks, with Donovan at the helm,
also lead the conference in passing offense, scoring offense, rushing offense, and total offense.
UW-W Players of the Week
Offense
Jeff Donovan QB 6-5 187 Sr. Wauwatosa/East
Jeff Donovan helped lead the Warhawks to a 40-7 victory over UW-Oshkosh this past Saturday. Donovan
threw for 229 yards, one touchdown, one interception, and went 29-33 on the day. Donovan leads the
WIAC in passing efficiency and has a completion percentage of 74%. The Warhawks, with Donovan at
the helm, also lead the conference in passing offense, scoring offense, rushing offense, and total offense.
Defense
Troney Shumpert DB 5-8 180 Sr. Milwaukee/Bay View
Troney Shumpert was instrumental in holding the UW-Oshkosh Titans scoreless through three quarters,
continuing the Warhawks‟ season-long streak of denying their opponent points in the first
quarter. Shumpert had four solo tackles, one assisted tackle, and broke up one pass. Shumpert also
recorded one tackle for a loss. For the season, Shumpert has recorded the second highest amount of
total tackles for the Warhawks and is fourth in the WIAC in the passes defended classification.
Special Teams
CJ Miller RB 5-6 175 Jr. Verona/Verona
In the victory over the Titans, CJ Miller recorded two unassisted tackles on kickoff returns.
UW-W Holding Steady at Number Two in National Polls
November 10, 2009
The UW-W Warhawk football team remains second in both D3football.com and AFCA top 25 polls
released this week.
The Warhawks defeated UW-Oshkosh, 40-7 on November 7, advancing their record to 9-0. Whitewater
is also the only school in the WIAC conference that received any votes and made it in the top 25.
UW-Whitewater's final game of the 2009 regular football season will be played at UW-La Crosse on
November 14 at 1:00 pm.
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Warhawks in NCAA Selection Show
November 12, 2009
The Division III football championship selection and announcement show will be broadcast live on
ESPNews. The NCAA Division III Football Committee will announce the 32-team field for the 2009
championship between 2 and 2:30 p.m on Sunday, November 15. ESPNews can be found on DirecTV at
channel 207 and on Dish Network at channel 142. In addition, some cable services carry the ESPNews
signal.
This is Whitewater's 7th appearance in the NCAA Division III tournament with a national championship in
2007 and runner-ups in 2005, 2006 and 2008. The Warhawks record stands at 9-0 with a 6-0 conference
record. This week the Warhawks will travel to UW-La Crosse for their final regular season game on
Saturday, November 14 at 1:00 pm.
Football Closes Regular Season at La Crosse
November 12, 2009
The UW-Whitewater football team will close the 2009 WIAC and regular season at UW-La Crosse
Saturday. UW-Whitewater is 9-0 overall, 4-0 in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. UW-La
Crosse is 5-4 overall and 2-4 in the WIAC.
This Season: UW-W defeated Dickinson State 38-3, Midland Lutheran 58-0, Puget Sound 42-7, UWPlatteville 35-3, UW-Eau Claire 38-14, UW-Stout 38-3, UW-River Falls 38-14, UW-Stevens Point 41-12,
and UW-Oshkosh 40-7. Whitewater is 6-0 at home and 3-0 on the road. UW-La Crosse defeated East
Texas Baptist 28-13, beat Azusa Pacific University 49-24, beat Missouri S&T 48-0, beat UW-Oshkosh 3225, lost to UW-Platteville 13-26, beat UW-River Falls in overtime 49-47, lost to UW-Stevens Point 14-26,
lost to UW-Stout 28-35, and lost to UW-Eau Claire 17-27. UW-La Crosse is 3-2 at home and 2-2 on the
road.
By the Numbers: UW-W‟s offensive line averages 281 pounds. It matches up with the Eagles‟ defensive
line that averages 269 pounds. On the other side of the ball, the UW-W defensive front averages 266
pounds versus a UW-La Crosse offensive line that averages 275. UW-W starts three seniors and one
freshman on offense, and seven seniors and no freshmen on defense. UW-L starts four seniors and no
freshmen on offense, and defensively starts three seniors and one freshman.
The Series: UW-L leads the series, which goes back to 1917, 32-25. The largest margin of victory for
UW-Whitewater came in 1966 with a score 49-14 and 2006 with a score 45-10. The most points scored
by the Warhawks came in a 60-32 victory in 1987. Whitewater‟s longest winning streak is five games from
2005-2008. Whitewater is currently on a five-game winning streak against the Eagles. The largest margin
of victory for the Eagles happened in 1917, 59, also the most points scored by UW-L. The most points the
teams have combined to score was in 1987 (92). The lowest combined total (1) was 1-0 forfeit by
Whitewater in 1919 and 1971.
The Coaches: Whitewater‟s Lance Leipold, in his third season, is 36-3 overall and 18-1 in WIAC
play. UW-L‟s Larry Terry, in his tenth season, is 62-40 overall and 44-25 in the WIAC. Leipold is 2-0
against UW-L.
Not in My House, or the WIAC, or: UW-Whitewater is 35-1 in Perkins Stadium since the start of the
2005 season. The Warhawks have also won 39 of their last 39 WIAC games, and are 64-5 since the 2005
kicked off.
Whitewater Last Week: UW-Whitewater claimed its fifth consecutive Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic
Conference title and the league's automatic berth in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division
III championship playoffs by defeating UW-Oshkosh 40-7 at Perkins Stadium. The Warhawks never
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trailed in the game and still have not surrendered a first quarter score (90-0). Whitewater totaled 520
offensive yards, led by Levell Coppage‟s 209 rushing yards and three touchdowns. QB Jeff Donovan
went 29-33 and earned WIAC Offensive Player of the Week honors. WR Jordan Wells caught a career
high 12 passes.
Climbing the Charts, with a Bullet: WR Aaron Rusch, who missed the Oshkosh game, is still sitting in
fourth place in the school career receiving yards category with with 2,343, with Jim Leszczynski (20022005) in third at 2,547. Rusch is Whitewater's all-time leader in receptions with 168. RB Levell Coppage
has moved in to seventh with 2,950 career rushing yards, looking up at Eddie McKennie (1994-97) in
sixth at 3,354. Coppage also has 43 career rushing TD's, second in school history to Justin Beaver's
44 (2004-2007). Beaver's 44 is tied for second place in the WIAC career book, with 51 by Greg Corning
of UW-River Falls (1994-97) number one. Coppage's season total of 22 TD's is second at UW-W to
Beaver's 24 in 2005 -- which is also the WIAC record. Also, with 1,290 yards this season Coppage has
climbed into tenth place at UW-W, again with Beaver (this time the 2006 version) ahead in ninth at
1,369. QB Jeff Donovan has thrown for 34 TD's for fifth place on the UW-W career list. Mike LaLoggia
(1977-79) is fourth with 38. DE Anthony White needs just one sack to move in to a tie for fifth place on
UW-W's career list. Just ahead of him are Marty Vosburg (1995-97), Jim Vogel (1977-78), and Nick
Zolper (2001-2004) with 19. PK Jeff Schebler, the leader kick scorer in UW-W, WIAC and NCAA III
history, has accumulated 419 points. The all-time, all- division, NCAA record is 433 by Art Carmody of
the University of Louisville (2004-2007). Schebler has been named a Fred Mitchell Award finalist, one of
fifteen, for September and October. The Mitchell Award, new this year, will recognize the top placekicker
in Division II/Division III (combined, not one each).
La Crosse Last Week: La Crosse lost its third straight Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
game with a 27-17 loss at Eau-Claire. La Crosse jumped out to a quick 10-0 first quarter lead but EauClaire charged back with 20 unanswered points in the second and third quarter. Reid Oldenburg had 111
yards rushing on 19 carries and two touchdowns to lead UW-L. The Eagles split time at QB between Nick
Anker (17-32 for 161 yards, with two interceptions) and Dan Trussoni. Trussoni finished 10-18 for 111
yards with an interception. Alex Maxinoski had 12 catches for 130 yards. The Eagles were hampered by
converting just two of 14 third down opportunities.
La Crosse This Year: Oldenburg is the lead back in a talented twosome. He has rushed for 936 yards in
just seven games and is averaging 5.5 yards per attempt. Lee Lauters, with about half as many carries as
Oldenburg, is averaging 4.6 yards per attempt. The Eagles, as a team, average 4.0 yards per rush. Anker
is the number one QB, with a .562 completion rate, and ten touchdowns and ten interceptions. Just as in
the backfield, UW-L boasts a duo of dangerous wide receivers. Alex Maxinoski has 60 catches and Travis
Bordeau 50. La Crosse is the number two scoring team in the WIAC, averaging 30.9 points per game and
number two in total offense, 407.1. Tyler O‟Kane, the top punt returner in the WIAC, averages 10.6 per
try. LB‟s Aaron Johnson and Jim Litscher are one and three on the team in total tackles, and both are
among the top twenty in the league. They are joined by safety Dustin Drath, second on the team and also
in the top twenty. Johnson also had 14 tackles for a loss.
Whitewater-La Crosse Last Year: Whitewater won 31-0 October 4 in Whitewater before a WIAC record
crowd of 11,038 in Perkins Stadium. It was Whitewater's twenty-third consecutive win in the WIAC and
twenty-seventh at Perkins. UW-W led 24-0 at halftime. The Warhawks converted 9-13 third down
plays. Levelll Coppage rushed for 176 yards on 27 carries, the majority of Whitewater's 259 rushing
yards. QB Jeff Donovan only passed 13 times, completing ten, six to Aaron Rusch. Whitewater limited
La Crosse to 83 yards rushing and 202 overall, with QB Alex Seguin completing 10-26.
The Schedule/Tickets: Looking ahead, UW-W will learn its draw for the NCAA III playoffs late
Sunday. The information will be posted on the UW-W athletics web site, www.uwwsports.com, by noon
Monday. The UW-W ticket office, located in the Connor University Center on the main campus mall, can
be reached at 262-472-2222.
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Coppage, White, and Underwood Named Football Players of the Week
November 16, 2009
Levell Coppage, Anthony White, and Derek Underwood were named this weeks Football Players of the
Week after the Warhawks' win over UW-La Crosse 58-21 last Saturday at UW-La Crosse.
UW-Whitewater Players of the Week
Offensive
Levell Coppage RB 5-8 180 So. Oak Park, IL/Oak Park
Levell Coppage led the UW-Whitewater rushing attack with 144 yards on 15 carries while scoring two
touchdowns in the win. His longest run was 68 yards and he averaged 9.8 yards a carry. Coppage also
added two receptions for 49 yards.
Defensive
Anthony White DL 6-0 215 Sr. Milwaukee/Bay View
Anthony White contributed to a defense that kept their streak alive without allowing a touchdown in the
first quarter all season. He had four solo tackles, one of them for a loss of 10 yards, and one sack for a
loss of 10 yards.
Special Teams
Derek Underwood DB 6-0 186 Sr. Milton/Milton
Derek Underwood took a second quarter kickoff by UW-L at the six yard line of UW-W and returned it 54
yards to the UW-L 40 yard line. This helped to set up a scoring drive by the UW-W offense.
Whitewater Holds Down Number Two Spot in Polls
November 17, 2009
The UW-W Warhawk football team remains second in both D3football.com and AFCA top 25 polls
released this week.
The UW-Whitewater football team claimed an outright Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
Championship last Saturday with a 58-21 victory over UW-La Crosse in La Crosse. Whitewater is also the
only school in the WIAC conference that received any votes and made it in the top 25.
UW-Whitewater starts their playoff campaign this Saturday when they host Lakeland College (6-4). The
game is scheduled to start at noon at Perkins Stadium.
UW-W Football Hosts Muskies in NCAA First Round
November 17, 2009
UW-Whitewater will host Lakeland College Saturday, November 21 in a National Collegiate Athletic
Association Division III playoff game. The game will kick off at 12:00 in Perkins Stadium on the UW-W
campus. For more information about the playoffs see UW-W's Playoff Central site.
Won-Loss: UW-Whitewater is 10-0 overall and Lakeland College is 6-4 overall. UW-W earned its NCAA
berth by winning the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference with a 7-0 record. Lakeland College
won the Northern Athletics Conference with a 6-1 record.
This Season: UW-W defeated Dickinson State 38-3 (currently 7-3), Midland Lutheran 58-0 (6-5), Puget
Sound 42-7 (0-9), UW-Platteville 35-3 (3-7), UW-Eau Claire 38-14 (6-4), UW-Stout 38-3 (8-2), UW-River
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Falls 38-14 (3-7), UW-Stevens Point 41-12 (7-3), UW-Oshkosh 40-7 (4-6), and UW-La Crosse 58-21 (55). Whitewater is 6-0 at home and 4-0 on the road. Whitewater‟s opponents compiled a 49-51
mark. Lakeland College lost to Central College 40-17 (10-0), Mount St. Joseph 42-19 (9-1), Carthage 5034 (7-3), defeated Rockford College 40-0 (1-9), defeated Wisconsin Lutheran 14-9 (5-5), defeated
Concordia Chicago 41-32 (8-2), defeated Benedictine 30-14 (6-4), defeated Maranatha 19-0 (0-10),
defeated Concordia Wisconsin 32-16 (5-5), and defeated Aurora 28-0 (4-6). Lakeland was 3-2 at home
and on the road. Lakeland‟s opponents compiled a 55-45 record.
By the Numbers: UW-W‟s offensive line averages 281 pounds. It matches up with the Muskie‟s
defensive line that averages 230 pounds. On the other side of the ball, the UW-W defensive front
averages 266 pounds versus a Lakeland College offensive line that averages 288. UW-W starts three
seniors and no freshmen on offense, and seven seniors and no freshmen on defense. Lakeland College
starts three seniors and one freshman on offense, and five seniors and no freshman on defense.
The Series: Whitewater is 6-0 against Lakeland. UW-W won 21-0 in 1975, 57-0 in 1980, 48-28 in 2004,
73-12 in 2005, 75-14 in 2006, and 41-7 in 2007. Four of the games were played in Whitewater, two in
Howards Grove. UW-W offensive coordinator Jim Zebrowski was the head coach at Lakeland for the
2004, 2005 and 2006 games.
The Coaches: Whitewater‟s Lance Leipold, in his third season, is 37-3 overall and 19-1 in WIAC
play. Lakeland‟s Kevin Doherty, in his third season, is 17-13 overall and 16-4 in the IBFC. Leipold is 1-0
against Lakeland.
Not in My House, or the WIAC, or: UW-Whitewater is 35-1 in Perkins Stadium since the start of the
2005 season. The Warhawks have also won 39 of their last 40 WIAC games, and are 65-5 since the 2005
kicked off.
Whitewater Last Week: The Warhawks made sure they didn‟t share the WIAC title by defeating UW-La
Crosse 58-21 on the road. Jeff Donovan connected with Jordan Wells for two first quarter touchdowns to
forge a lead they never gave up. Levell Coppage carried the ball just 15 times, for 144 yards and backup
Antwan Anderson added two more TD‟s on the ground. The 21 points is the most given up by UW-W this
season, with Whitewater‟s 58 equaling the season high also accomplished in a 58-0 win over Midland
Lutheran in the second game of the season. UW-W won its fifth straight WIAC football title, second
longest in league history and the second longest reign by any sport at UW-Whitewater.
UW-W in the NCAA III Stats: The Warhawks are fourth in total offense (500.6), sixth in scoring (42.6),
third in pass efficiency and third in sacks allowed (3). On the other side of the ball UW-W is sixth in total
defense (238.6), and third in scoring defense (8.4). TB Levell Coppage is fourth in rushing (143.4) and
leads D3 in scoring (14.4/game), and Jeff Donovan is third in pass efficiency.
The Warhawk Record Book: WR Aaron Rusch is in fourth place in the school career receiving yards
category with with 2,359, with Jim Leszczynski (2002-2005) in third at 2,547. Rusch is Whitewater's alltime leader in receptions with 170. RB Levell Coppage has moved in to seventh with 3,094 career
rushing yards, looking up at Eddie McKennie (1994-97) in sixth at 3,354. Coppage also has 45 career
rushing TD's, breaking Justin Beaver's mark of 44 (2004-2007). Coppage has also moved into second
place in the WIAC career book, with 51 by Greg Corning of UW-River Falls (1994-97) number
one. Coppage's season total of 24 TD's equals Beaver's 24 in 2005 -- which is also the WIAC
record. Also, with 1,434 yards this season Coppage has climbed into eighth place at UW-W, with his own
mark of 1,461 last year in seventh and 1,474 by John Damato (1997) sixth, and 1,567 by George Rainey
(1997) in fifth. QB Jeff Donovan has thrown for 37 TD's for fifth place on the UW-W career list. Mike
LaLoggia (1977-79) is fourth with 38. Donovan‟s 20 scoring tosses this season is tied for sixth with
LaLoggia (1978). DE Anthony White picked up a sack at La Crosse to move into a tie for fifth place on
UW-W's career list, joining Marty Vosburg (1995-97), Jim Vogel (1977-78), and Nick Zolper (2001-2004)
with 19. PK Jeff Schebler, the leader kick scorer in UW-W, WIAC and NCAA III history, has accumulated
427 points. The all-time, all-division, NCAA record is 433 by Art Carmody of the University of Louisville
(2004-2007). Schebler has been named a Fred Mitchell Award finalist, one of fifteen, for September and
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October. The Mitchell Award, new this year, will recognize the top placekicker in Division II/Division III
(combined, not one each).
Lakeland Last Week: The Muskies also clinched sole possession of their conference title last week. LC‟s
28-0 win over Aurora gave them a 6-1 mark in Northern Athletics Conference action and the league‟s
berth in the NCAA playoffs. Jake Dworak completed 13-20 passes for 231 yards of Lakeland‟s offensive
total of 371. The LC defense limited Aurora to 202 yards.
Lakeland This Year: Lakeland fits the team concept to a “T”. Lakeland did not lead the NAC in any team
statistical category, and the only two individual categories the Muskies led were punt returns (Jake
Heinemeyer, 9.2 yards per attempt) and fumbles recovered (4 by Will Baldwin). The 6-4 record is also
deceiving, because LC lost the season opener to Central College, which went 10-0 and is hosting a
NCAA III first round game. Another loss came at the hands of Mount Saint Joseph, and the Gaels are
taking a 9-1 record into the playoffs. A third loss was to Carthage College, which went 7-3. The Muskies
are seventeenth in Division III in kickoff returns (23.12 per attempt), and their defense is tenth in tackles
for a loss at almost nine (8.9) per game. Justin Laack (26.2) and Heinemeyer (24.7) are dangerous on
kickoffs. DL Josh Gordon leads the team with 15 tackles for a loss, but twenty Muskies recorded at least
one and seven had at least six for the season. Gordon‟s DL mate leads the team with five sacks and is
second to Gordon with nine tackles for a loss. DB Tony Faller tops the team with 66 total tackles. The
defense racked up three shutouts. The LC offense features the passing of Jake Dworak, who tossed 24
TD‟s and accumulated 2,323 yards. Roberto Flores caught 52 passes and Heinemeyer 48, with eyepopping 18.4 and 16.7 per catch averages, respectively. Jeremy Williams tops the team with 759 yards
rushing, 3.7 per attempt.
National Polls: UW-Whitewater is ranked second in the D3football.com poll and second in the American
Football Coaches Association Division III poll this week. Lakeland College is not ranked.
The Schedule/Tickets: The Whitewater-Lakeland winner will match up with the winner of Wabash and
Illinois Wesleyan, the location is TBA. If UW-W advances information will be posted on the UW-W
athletics web site, www.uwwsports.com, by noon Monday. The UW-W ticket office, located in the Connor
University Center on the main campus mall, can be reached at 262-472-2222.
UW-Whitewater Selections for All-WIAC Football Team
November 18, 2009
In recognition of an undefeated season and fifth consecutive conference championship, twenty members
of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater football team earned accolades from the Wisconsin
Intercollegiate Athletic Conference for the 2009 season. Ten players were named First Team All-WIAC,
five were picked on the second team, and three more were honorable mention selections. Senior
quarterback Jeff Donovan was named the WIAC Football Player of the Year, senior fullback Max
Wasikowski was UW-W's representative on the Sportsmanship Team, and head coach Lance Leipold
was named Coach of the Year.
The Warhawk offense led the WIAC in almost every statistical category. UW-W was number one in
scoring, rushing, total offense, pass efficiency, first downs, third down conversions, fourth down
conversions, and fewest sacks.
First Team Offense
Matt Weber (So., OL, West Oregon) is a part of an offensive line that has helped to produce the top
rushing offense (235 yards/game), top scoring offense (42 points/game), top total offense (500
yards/game) and the second ranked passing offense (268 yards/game) in the conference. The line is also
first in sacks allowed (.3/game).
Robbie Ustruck (Jr., OL, West Allis/Hale)
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Garth Coats (Sr., Center, Evansville) He was also named to the Honorable Mention Team in 2008.
Jeff Donovan (Sr., QB, Waukesha West) has the best passing efficiency in the conference as well as a
73.2% completion rate, third in the nation. He has thrown for 2,447 yards with 20 touchdowns and four
interceptions, averaging 244.7 yards/game. Donovan has thrown 37 TD's for fifth place on the UW-W
career list. Donovan‟s 20 scoring tosses this season is tied for sixth in the UW-W record book. Donovan
was named to the Second Team Offense in 2008.
Jeff Schebler (Sr., Kicker, Davenport, IA/Assumption) is the NCAA Division III all-time kick scoring
record holder, currently with 427 points. The all-time, all-division, NCAA record is 433 by Art Carmody of
the University of Louisville (2004-2007). Schebler has been named a Fred Mitchell Award finalist, one of
fifteen, for September and October. Schebler has made 9 out of 10 field goals this season and is tied for
second in field goals per game with 1.5. He is also third in the conference in scoring. Jeff Schebler has
been named to the First Team Offense all four years of his career.
Levell Coppage (So., RB, Oak Park, IL) is the leading rusher in the conference averaging 143.4 rushing
yards/game, ranked fourth in the nation. Coppage is the leader in all-purpose yards per game with 152.3
and first in the conference for points per game with 14.4. He has rushed for 1,448 and 24 touchdowns this
season. He has moved in to seventh in the UW-W record book with 3,094 career rushing yards. Coppage
has 45 career rushing TD's, breaking Justin Beaver's school career mark of 44 (2004-2007). He moved
into second place in the WIAC career book, with 51 by Greg Corning of UW-River Falls (1994-97) number
one. Coppage's season total of 24 TD's equals Beaver's 24 in 2005, which is the WIAC record. Also, with
1,434 yards this season Coppage has climbed into eighth place at UW-W, with his own mark of 1,461 last
year in seventh. He was named to the First Team Offense in 2008.
Aaron Rusch (JR., WR, Hartford) is ninth in the conference with 4.4 receptions/game and ninth in the
conference with 60.2 receiving yards/game. Rusch is also second with 9.59 yards/punt return. Aaron had
602 receiving yards and five touchdowns as well as one passing touchdown. He is in fourth place in the
school career receiving yards category with 2,359, and is Whitewater's all-time leader in receptions with
170. Named to the Second Team Offense in 2008.
Second Team Offense
Kris Rosholt (So., Punter, Reedsburg) has punted for a total of 977 yards this season, averaging 39.1
yards a punt. He has no punts blocked. His longest this season was 53 yards. UW-W led the WIAC in net
punting yardage.
Honorable Mention Offense
John Novak (Jr., TE, Michigan City, IN) had 17 catches for 145 yards and two touchdowns during the
season. He averaged 8.5 yards a catch with a long of 21 yards.
Jordan Wells (Sr., WR, Elgin, IL) tied for seventh in the conference with 4.5 receptions/game as well as
sixth in the conference with 65.8 receiving yards/game. Wells led the UW-Whitewater offense with 45
catches and eight touchdowns. He had 658 receiving yards while averaging 14.6 yards/catch with his
longest catch being 77 yards.
UW-Whitewater's defense was number one in every meaningful team statistical category. The Warhawks
led the league in scoring, rushing, passing, total defense, opponent first downs, opponent third down
conversion, opponent fourth down conversion, and red zone defense.
First Team Defense
Kyle Supianoski (Sr., LB, Tama, IA/South) Supianoski led the UW-Whitewater defense with 43 total
tackles, 25 solo tackles, one sack and one interception. He was named to the Second Team Defense in
2008.
Anthony White (Sr., DL, Milwaukee/Bay View) White had a total of 30 tackles, 21 solo tackles, and two
sacks. He picked up a sack at La Crosse to move into a tie for fifth place on UW-W's career list, joining
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Marty Vosburg (1995-97), Jim Vogel (1977-78), and Nick Zolper (2001-2004) with 19. White was named
to the First Team Defense in 2008.
Troney Shumpert (Sr., DB, Milwaukee/Bay View) Shumpert was second on the UW-Whitewater
defense with 38 total tackles, 30 solo tackles, one interception and one forced fumble. Shumpert was
named to the First Team Defense in 2008.
Second Team Defense
Lane Olson (Sr., LB, Racine/Horlick) Olson had 32 total tackles, 18 solo tackles, 4.5 sacks and one
forced fumble.
Jon Baldwin (Jr., DL, Spring Grove, IL/Richmond Burton) Baldwin had 16.5 total tackles, 10 solo
tackles, one forced fumble and a recovered fumble. He was named to the Second Team Defense in 2008.
Justin Ankley (Sr., DL, Racine/Case) Ankley had 19.5 total tackles, nine solo tackles, one sack and one
forced fumble.
Paul Wick (Sr., DB, Franklin) Wick was third on UW-Whitewater's defense with 33 total tackles, 22 solo
tackles, and one interception. He was named to the Honorable Mention Defense in 2008.
Honorable Mention Defense
Zach Christopherson (Sr., DB, Hartford) is tied for tenth in the conference with .20 interceptions/game.
He had 19.5 total tackles, 10 solo tackles and three interceptions.
WIAC All-Sportsmanship Team
Max Wasikowski (Sr., RB, Cudahy) led the way as the fullback for the leading rushing offense, leading
individual rusher in the conference as well as catching eight passes for 79 yards.
WIAC Player of the Year
Jeff Donovan – Ninth UW-W player to be selected as Player of the Year; last Player of the Year was
Justin Beaver in 2007.
WIAC George Chryst Coach of the Year
Lance Leipold – First time WIAC Coach of the Year; Eighth time UW-W coach has been selected as
Coach of the Year.
UW-W Host Illinois Wesleyan in NCAA Football Playoff Game
November 25, 2009
UW-Whitewater will host Illinois Wesleyan in a National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III second
round playoff game Saturday, November 28 at 12:00 in Perkins Stadium on the UW-W campus.
Won-Loss: UW-Whitewater is 11-0 overall. UW-W earned its NCAA berth by winning the Wisconsin
Intercollegiate Athletic Conference with a 7-0 record. Illinois Wesleyan went 10-1 overall, winning the
College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin with a 6-1 record to earn the school‟s first automatic bid.
This Season: UW-W defeated Dickinson State 38-3 (currently 7-3), Midland Lutheran 58-0 (6-5), Puget
Sound 42-7 (0-9), UW-Platteville 35-3 (3-7), UW-Eau Claire 38-14 (6-4), UW-Stout 38-3 (8-2), UW-River
Falls 38-14 (3-7), UW-Stevens Point 41-12 (7-3), UW-Oshkosh 40-7 (4-6), UW-La Crosse 58-21 (5-5),
and last Saturday defeating -Lakeland College 70-7 (6-4) . Whitewater is 7-0 at home and 4-0 on the
road. Whitewater‟s opponents compiled a 55-55 mark. Illinois Wesleyan defeated Hope College 28-25
(3-7), Alma College 43-7 (5-5), Aurora University 52-8 (4-6), Carthage College 42-16 (7-3), lost to Millikin
University 19-13 (6-4), defeated Augustana College 7-0 (6-4), Elmhurst College 20-7( 4-6), North Central
College 28-22 in OT (8-2), Wheaton College 20-17 (7-3), North Park University 49-0 (1-9), and Wabash
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College 41-35 in 2OT (9-2). Illinois Wesleyan 5-1 at home and 5-0 on the road. Illinois Wesleyan‟s
opponents combined for a record of 60-53.
By the Numbers (Football AARP): UW-W‟s offensive line averages 280 pounds. It matches up with the
Titans‟ defensive line that averages 245 pounds. On the other side of the ball, the UW-W defensive front
averages 267 pounds versus an Illinois Wesleyan offensive line that averages 280. UW-W starts three
seniors and no freshmen on offense, and seven seniors and no freshmen on defense. Illinois Wesleyan
starts nine seniors and no freshmen on offense, and eight seniors and no freshmen on defense.
The Un-Series: There is no series. This is the first time these schools have met in football.
The Coaches: Whitewater‟s Lance Leipold, in his third season, is 38-3 overall and 19-1 in WIAC
play. Illinois Wesleyan head coach Norm Each, in his 22nd season with the Titans, holds a record of 13277-1 and 95-60-1 in CCIW play.
Whitewater Last Week: The Warhawks gave up their first points in the first quarter this season on a
Lakeland touchdown, but that is being picky if you‟re looking for a problem in UW-W‟s 70-7 win. The
starters played the first half and only the NCAA roster limit kept UW-W from substituting a complete third
team.
Climbing the Charts, with a Bullet: Aaron Rusch, UW-W‟s career leader in receptions with 173, is third
in career yards with 2.389. Jim Leszczynski (2002-2005) is in second with 2.547. Levell Coppage‟s 27
rushing TD‟s this season is the WIAC record. He has rushed for 1,576 yards, fifth best season total in the
UW-W record book. Travis Talton (1988) is fourth at 1,599, and Spencer Johnson (1994) is third with
1,697. Jeff Donovan has 39 TD tosses in his career for fourth place in the school book, with the coach
that recruited him, Bob Berezowitz (1963-66) in third with 44. Donovan‟s 22 TD‟s this season is also
fourth, with Brez in third with 27 (1966). DL Anthony White is tied for fifth in career sacks with 19, with
Ryan Ogrizovich (2004-2007) third with 23. As a team, Whitewater is way ahead of the school record
pace for pass completion percentage. The record of .625 was set in 1979, but this year‟s team has a .729
completion rate. A big reason for that is an offensive line that has allowed just three sacks this season,
which would also be a school record if the category existed. Jeff Schebler became the all-time, all division
NCAA kick scoring leader with ten PAT‟s against Lakeland. Schebler has 437 points, surpassing the
previous record of 433 by Art Carmody of Louisville (2004-2007).
Pitcher’s Duel (or FB Equivalent): If you want to see points scored this game might not be up your
alley. The Titan defense is fourth in total defense (226.9 yards/game), tenth in rushing (74.0) and
thirteenth in scoring (14.0) in Division III. The Warhawks are third in scoring defense (8.27), sixth in total
yards (236.0), twenty-second in rush defense (86.1), and twenty-fourth in pass defense (149.9). Six
members of the IWU defense earned All-College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin first team
honors. The group included DB‟s P.J. Cummings and Roman Hunter, linemen Max Brooks and Ryan
Jenkins, and linebacker Don Rogers. Linebacker Nick Nikolich, the team‟s leading tackler along with 14
tackles for a loss and six sacks was the CCIW Defensive Player of the Year. Cummings, just a
sophomore On the UW-W side, LB Kyle Supianoski, DL Anthony White, and DB Troney Shumpert were
All-WIAC first team.
Home Run Derby (or FB Equivalent): Whitewater‟s offense is fourth in scoring (45.1), fourth in yards
(500.6) and fourteenth in rushing (245.9). Six Warhawks were named first team all-conference, including
linemen Matt Weber, Robbie Ustruck and Garth Coats; QB Jeff Donovan, RB Levell Coppage, and WR
Aaron Rusch. Donovan was chosen the WIAC Player of the Year. In a head scratcher IWU did not have
any offensive players named first team all-conference. The Titans averaged 4.4 yards per rush as a team,
and TB Eli Williams averages 5.3 with 856 yards. The two-headed monster at QB, Kraig Ladd and Brien
Rooney both complete more than 60% of their passes and totaled 28 touchdowns and just eight
interceptions. Receivers Chris Messina and Jack Scalcucci had 54 and 53 catches, respectively; were
both in double figures per catch, and combined for 19 TD‟s.
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Not Exactly Arbitron (the Ratings Game): UW-Whitewater played two teams this season that are
mentioned in national polls. UW-Stevens Point and UW-Stout are both among the “others receiving votes”
in the D3football.com poll, and UW-Stout is in the AFCA‟s “others”. IWU beat North Central (17, 18), and
Carthage and Wheaton (“others” in both polls).
Wesleyan Last Week: Appropriate for a game in the heart of the Midwest, it was a barn-burner. IWU
defeated Wabash College 41-35 in double overtime in Bloomington. Wesleyan led 7-0 after one quarter,
21-14 at halftime, and 21-20 after three. Wabash finally took the lead with 13:31 left, using a pass play for
a two point conversion to go up 28-21. IWU tied it with 6:20 left and kicked the tying PAT. Both teams
scored TD‟s and kicked the PAT in the first OT when they started at the opponent‟s 25.. IWU stopped
Wabash and then, after a penalty set them back to the 30, scored on a Kraig Ladd to Jack Scalcucci
pass. The teams combined for 49 first downs, 584 yards passing and 256 yards rushing. There were only
seven punts in the game.
Whitewater Last Week: Lakeland tied the game 7-7 with a first quarter touchdown, the only first quarter
points allowed by UW-W this season, but that is nit-picking. UW-W averaged 7.5 yards per rush, rushed
for 16 first downs to one for Lakeland, and rushed for seven TD‟s. Whitewater did not turn the ball over or
allow a sack. UW-W raised its record to 14-3 in NCAA III playoff games in Perkins Stadium, 13-0 since
the start of the 2005 playoffs.
Tickets/Schedule: The Whitewater-Illinois Wesleyan winner will match up with the winner of Trine and
Wittenberg. If UW-Whitewater wins November 28 it will play at home December 5 in a quarterfinal that will
kick off at 12:00 in Perkins Stadium. The UW-W ticket office, located in the Connor University Center on
the main campus mall, can be reached at 262-472-2222. Ticket prices are $10 for adults and $4 for
senior citizens/students. Parking is $4.
Vote For Schebler To Recieve Gigliardi Award
November 30, 2009
Jeff Schebler was nominated for the Gagliardi Award by Jostens, and the J-Club of Saint Johns University
in Collegeville, MN.
Jeff Schebler, a senior from Davenport, Iowa, holds UW-Whitewater, WIAC and Division III records. He is
a three time All-American and 2009 Fred Mitchell Award Finalist. After Schebler's performance in the
game against Lakeland, where he scored ten points, he became the all time kick scoring leader in NCAA
football.
Cast your vote for Jeff Schebler for the Gagliardi Award here.
Warhawks and Tigers Meet in Football Quarterfinal
December 3, 2009
UW-Whitewater will host Wittenberg University in a National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III
third round, quarterfinal, playoff game Saturday, December 5 at 12:00 in Perkins Stadium on the UW-W
campus.
Won-Loss: UW-Whitewater is 12-0 overall. UW-W earned its NCAA berth by winning the Wisconsin
Intercollegiate Athletic Conference with a 7-0 record. Wittenberg is 12-0 overall, winning the North Coast
Athletic Conference with a 7-0 record.
This Season: UW-W defeated Dickinson State 38-3 (currently 7-3), Midland Lutheran 58-0 (6-5), Puget
Sound 42-7 (0-9), UW-Platteville 35-3 (3-7), UW-Eau Claire 38-14 (6-4), UW-Stout 38-3 (8-2), UW-River
Falls 38-14 (3-7), UW-Stevens Point 41-12 (7-3), UW-Oshkosh 40-7 (4-6), UW-La Crosse 58-21 (5-5),
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Lakeland College 70-7 (6-5) and Illinois Wesleyan University (10-2) last Saturday. Whitewater is 8-0 at
home and 4-0 on the road. Whitewater‟s opponents compiled a 65-58 mark, a winning percentage
of .528. Wittenberg defeated Olivet College 37-6 (0-10), Washington University 46-0 (4-6), Ohio
Wesleyan 20-0 (3-7), Hiram 70-7(0-10), Earlham 42-3 (5-5), Wabash 10-7 (9-2), Carnegie Mellon 28-7 (55), Denison 41-7 (3-7), Allegheny 52-10 (8-2), Wooster 42-6 (5-5), Mount St. Joseph 42-14 (9-2) and
Trine 34-17(10-2). The Tigers are 7-0 at home, 5-0 on the road. Tiger opponents compiled a 61-63
record, a winning percentage of .492.
By the Numbers: UW-W‟s offensive line averages 281 pounds. It matches up with Wittenberg‟s
defensive line that averages 240 pounds. On the other side of the ball, the UW-W defensive front
averages 267 pounds versus a Wittenberg offensive line that averages 270. UW-W starts three seniors
and no freshmen on offense, and seven seniors and no freshmen on defense. Wittenberg starts six
seniors and no freshmen on offense, and four seniors and no freshmen on defense.
Attention Ben Bernanke, Geithner; The Fed should be so balanced. Wittenberg has rushed for 2,746
yards and passed for 2,723. The Tigers have five receivers in double figures and three running backs
averaging at least 5.5 yards per carry. Whitewater has rushed for 2,941 yards and passed for 3,073. The
Warhawks have six receivers in double figures and four back that average at least 5.3 yards per carry.
The Series: Although the teams have never met the Warhawks have fond memories of Wittenberg. The
UW-W men‟s basketball team defeated Centre College in the semifinals and Trenton State University
(now The College of New Jersey) in the championship game of the NCAA III men‟s basketball final four,
hosted by Wittenberg.
The Series 2: Wittenberg beat Wabash College 10-7 October 17 at Wabash. Wabash lost to Illinois
Wesleyan 41-35 in the first round of the playoffs. Whitewater defeated Illinois Wesleyan 45-7 last
week. (This is the same kind of logic that says Emporia State should be the BCS champion because of
the comparison game, who beat who beat who ...).
The Coaches: Whitewater‟s Lance Leipold, in his third season, is 39-3 overall and 19-1 in WIAC
play. Wittenberg head coach Joe Finchman, in his fourteenth season with the Titans, holds a record of
114-29 and 78-14 in NCAC play.
Whitewater Last Week: UW-W defeated Illinois Wesleyan 45-7 in Whitewater. It was 14-7 in the first
quarter and just 21-7 at halftime, but the Warhawks added 14 points in the third and fourth quarters. UWW rolled up 507 yards of offense and gave up 206, just 30 on the ground. Levell Coppage rushed 32
times for 188 yards, and Jeff Donovan completed 21-28 for 271 yards and three TD‟s. Donovan
completed passes for nine different receivers.
In the Polls: UW-Whitewater was ranked second in the final regular season poll by both D3football.com
and the American Football Coaches Association. Wittenberg was ranked twelfth by D3 and eleventh in
the AFCA poll.
Mirror, Mirror …: These two teams are so much alike they could switch uniforms at half and no one
would know the difference. For those who arrive fashionably late for the noon kickoff they probably won‟t
miss any scoring. UW-Whitewater has given up seven points in the first quarter all year -- and so has
Wittenberg. Wittenberg is number one in Division III in total defense (172.7), number one in scoring
defense (7.0), third in pass efficiency defense, and sixth in rushing defense (67.4). UW-Whitewater is
third in scoring defense (8.2) and fourth in total defense (233.5).
On the other side of the coin, Whitewater is fourth in total offense (501.2), fourth in scoring offense (45.1)
and third in pass efficiency. Wittenberg is eleventh in total offense (455.8) and fifteenth in scoring (38.7).
As you would expect from two of the final eight teams in the playoffs, both teams have individuals ranked
in the national stats. What is most striking (or predictable, depending on coaching philosophy) is that
teams that have combined to go 24-0 and rank highly in every team statistic don‟t have more players
listed. WU QB Aaron Huffman is seventh in passing efficiency, DE Eddie Valery is tied for third in sacks
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(1.29/game) and tied for sixteenth in tackles for a loss ((1.75). Warhawk TB Levell Coppage is third in
rushing (147.0) and first in scoring (14.5/game), and QB Jeff Donovan is third in passing efficiency.
Wittenberg Last Week: Wittenberg got out front with a 7-0 first quarter lead, then boosted the margin
with a 20-point second quarter to lead 27-7 at the half. WU punted just once in the game and controlled
the ball for almost 39 minutes. TB Corey Weber rushed 34 times for 204 yards, and Aaron Huffman went
16-22 for 208 yards and five touchdowns. The Tigers had six tackles for a loss in the game, two by Verley.
Been There, Done That: Whitewater has been in the playoffs five consecutive years, advancing to the
championship game in the previous four. Wittenberg had a successful run in the 70‟s. The Tigers won
NCAA III titles in 1973 and 1975, and finished second in 1978 and 1979.
Winning Ways: UW-W is 67-5 overall since the kickoff of the 2005 season and 39-1 vs. WIAC
opponents since 2005. At Perkins Stadium UW-W is 15-3 all time in the playoffs, 14-0 since 2005. Overall
they have won 37 of their last 38 in Perkins Stadium.
Tickets/Schedule: The Whitewater-Wittenberg winner will match up with the winner of St. Thomas MNLinfield game. IF UW-W wins December 5 it would host a semifinal game December 12 at 12:00 in
Perkins Stadium. If UW-W advances information will be posted on the UW-W athletics web site,
www.uwwsports.com, by noon Monday. The UW-W ticket office, located in the Connor University Center
on the main campus mall, can be reached at 262-472-2222. Ticket prices are $10 for adults and $4 for
senior citizens/students. Parking is additional fee of $4.
Warhawks Tame Tigers, Will Host NCAA Semifinal
December 5, 2009
UW-Whitewater defeated Wittenberg University 31-13 Saturday in a National Collegiate Athletic
Association Division III playoff quarterfinal game in Perkins Stadium in Whitewater, Wisconsin. UW-W,
13-0, will host Linfield College, 12-0, in a semifinal. The December 12 game in Whitewater will kick off at
12:00. Tickets are available at the Connor University Center ticket office Monday-Friday, by calling 262472-2222, and at the stadium on game day.
It was no surprise, but neither team scored in the first quarter. The Warhawks and Tigers have both
allowed just one touchdown in the first quarter this season. Both teams were ranked among the top
defenses (scoring and total yards) in Division III.
The first quarter was definitely not a precursor to the second, when the tempo of the game seemed to do
a 180.
Wittenberg went for a first down on a fourth and three from Whitewater's 36. UW-W defensive tackle
Wesley Hicks sacked Tiger QB Aaron Huffman and Whitewater took over at their 37.
Whitewater went 63 yards on seven plays, including five runs by Levell Coppage. Jeff Donovan hooked
up Jordan Wells for 26 yards and ended the drive with a 23 yard toss to Aaron Rusch for the score. Jeff
Schebler's kick made it 7-0 with 14:17 left in the first half.
Wittenberg responded immediately, taking the next kickoff and driving 82 yards on eight plays. The big
play was Huffman to Michael Cooper for 35 yards, and two plays later Huffman found Patrick Williams for
24 yards to the one. After a loss of one, Huffman ran it in to get Wittenberg on the board.; The
Tigers missed the extra point; 7-6 Whitewater at 10:26.
The momentum swung back to UW-W on the next drive, Donovan finding Adam Brandes for 24 yards on
the first play, mixing in a 16 yard toss to Cory Robinson, and finishing one play later with Antwan
Anderson scoring from seven yards out. Schebler's PAT made it 14-6 UW-W with 8:29 left in the second.
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Immediately Wittenberg seized the momentum, mounting a 79 yard drive that ate up 7:49. Facing a third
and 12 at the Whitewater 42 Huffman hit Josh McKee for 24 yards down to the Whitewater 18. Two plays
Huffman went back to pass, but was sandwiched by linebackers Lane Olson and Max Ford. Huffman
appeared to suffer an injury on the play and did not return to the game. Backup QB Ben Zoeller made his
first play count, hitting Cooper for the 11 yard TD. Zack Harris made the PAT for a 14-13 Whitewater lead
with 0:32 left.
The 14-13 lead was the closest any team has been to UW-W at halftime since the Warhawks trailed
Mount Union 24-10 in last year's Stagg Bowl. The closest any opponent has been to UW-W this year was
a 17-6 lead at home against UW-Eau Claire October 10.
The third quarter reverted to the tone set in the first, with UW-W finally breaking through with 0:51 left in
the quarter on Donovan to Adam Brandes 28 yard TD. Schebler made it 21-13.
After stopping the Tigers, UW-W took over at its own 15. Coppage rushed seven times for 49 yards on
the ensuing drive, which ended with Schebler's 35 yard field goal with 5:48 left in the game to make it 2413 in favor of the Warhawks.
UW-W senior defensive back Troney Shumpert ended Wittenberg's next drive with an interception he
returned 36 yards to the WU 12. Three more runs by Coppage ended the drive. Schebler's PAT ended
the scoring in the game with 3:45 left on the clock.
UW-W scoring 31 points against the number ranked defense in Division III, which had been allowing 7.0
points per game. Wittenberg was also number one in total defense at 172.7 yards per game, but
Whitewater totaled more than double that at 347.
Wittenberg gained 21 yards rushing on 31 attempts, with the UW-W picking up four QB sacks, two by
Hicks.
UW-W's Coppage rushed 25 times for 123 yards against a Wittenberg defense that came in allowing 67.4
yards per game. The Warhawks also passed for 236 yards, 18-25, against the WU unit that ranked sixth
in Division III at 105.3 yards per game. Rusch led UW-W with seven catches for 92 yards. Shumpert,
White, and Olson led the Warhawks with eight tackles apiece. Warhawk senior receiver Jordan Wells,
who had one catch for 26 yards, passed Jim Knoblauch (1966) for tenth place in the UW-W single season
record book with 814 yards, and ninth with 53 receptions.
Wittenberg linebacker Brad McKinley led both teams with ten tackles and one tackle for a loss. WU wide
receiver Josh McKee led all receivers with ten catches for 100 yards. Tailback Corey Weber, who came
in to the game averaging 95.4 yards per game and 5.6 per carry, was limited to 36 yards on 15 carries, a
2.4 average.
UW-Whitewater advances to the NCAA III playoff semifinal round for the fifth consecutive year. The
Warhawks will host Linfield College, a 31-20 winner over the University of Saint Thomas in another
quartefinal Saturday.
In 2005 UW-W defeated Wesley College 58-6 in a semifinal, and Wesley again in 2006 44-7. In 2007
Whitewater advanced to the Stagg Bowl with a 16-7 win over Mary Hardin-Baylor, and last year The
Warhawks topped Mary Hardin-Baylor again 39-13 in the semifinals.
The other half of the bracket will match Mount Union College, 13-0 and a 55-3 quarterfinal winer over
Albright College, and Wesley College, 13-0 after a 12-0 win over Johns Hopkins University in another
quarterfinal.
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Warhawks host Wildcats in Championship Semifinal
December 9, 2009
UW-Whitewater will host Linfield College in a National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III fourth
round, semifinal, playoff game Saturday, December 12 at 12:00 in Perkins Stadium on the UW-W campus.
Won-Loss: UW-Whitewater is 13-0 overall. UW-W earned its NCAA berth by winning the Wisconsin
Intercollegiate Athletic Conference with a 7-0 record. Linfield is 12-0 overall. Linfield earned its NCAA
berth by winning the Northwest Conference with a 6-0 record.
This Season: UW-W defeated Dickinson State 38-3 (currently 7-3), Midland Lutheran 58-0 (6-5), Puget
Sound 42-7 (0-9), UW-Platteville 35-3 (3-7), UW-Eau Claire 38-14 (6-4), UW-Stout 38-3 (8-2), UW-River
Falls 38-14 (3-7), UW-Stevens Point 41-12 (7-3), UW-Oshkosh 40-7 (4-6), UW-La Crosse 58-21 (5-5),
Lakeland College 70-7 (6-5),Illinois Wesleyan University (10-2) and Wittenberg University 31-13 (12-1)
last Saturday. Whitewater is 9-0 at home and 4-0 on the road. Whitewater‟s opponents have a combined
record of 72-59 (.588). Linfield defeated Hardin-Simmons 37-22 (6-4), Occidental 31-27 (7-2), Southern
Oregon 37-21 (2-7), Menlo 31-7 (4-6), Whitworth 38-20 (5-5), Lewis and Clark 59-14 (2-7), Willamette 3027 (8-2), Puget Sound 54-36 (0-9), Pacific Lutheran 62-44 (3-6), Cal Lutheran 38-17 (3-6), Mary HardinBaylor 53-21 (10-2), and last week St. Thomas 31-20 (11-2). Linfield is 8-0 at home and 4-0 on the road.
Linfield‟s opponents have a cumulative record of 61-58 (.513).
By the Numbers: UW-W‟s offensive line averages 281 pounds. It matches up with Linfield‟s defensive
line that averages 252 pounds. On the other side of the ball, the UW-W defensive front averages 267
pounds versus a Linfield offensive line that averages 289. UW-W starts three seniors and no freshmen
on offense, and seven seniors and no freshmen on defense. Linfield starts eight seniors and no freshmen
on offense, and three seniors and one freshman on defense.
The Series: It isn‟t a long series. In fact it isn‟t a series at all since it is just one game. But for the 5,000
fans that witnessed the game in person and anyone else following the game via today‟s whiz bang
technology it may be the most memorable game any can recall. It was December 3, 2005 in a NCAA III
playoff quarterfinal game in McMinnville, Oregon. It was a symphony of football rose on a crescendo to a
fan-exhausting climax.
In a nutshell … no wait, this game couldn’t be done in a nutshell. Whitewater scored first on a field
goal. Linfield went in front with a first quarter touchdown. UW-W came back to lead 10-7 at the end of
one. Linfield went 82 yards to take a 13-10 lead early in the second quarter. Midway through the quarter
UW-W linebacker A.J. Raebel intercepted a Blake Elliott pass and returned it 32 yards to give the lead
back to UW-W, 17-13. Elliot came back on the next drive, after a kickoff return gave them the ball in
Whitewater territory, to give Linfield the 20-17 leads with 5:25 left in the half. Three plays after the
ensuing kickoff Justin Jacobs hit Derek Stanley for a 61 yard score making it 24-20 Whitewater with 4:14
left. Another long kickoff return by Linfield put them near midfield, and that was close enough for the
Wildcats to score with 1:14 left to take back the lead, 27-24. You may have guessed, but one minute plus
was still enough time for either of these teams to score. A Jacobs to Stanley connection for 54 yards put
the ball on the Linfield one, but Linfield intercepted Jacobs on a third and one to end the half. The
Warhawks picked off an Elliott pass in the third and five plays later turned it into a lead change, 30-27. A
Mike Chaulk field goal on Whitewater‟s next drive provided the largest margin of the day, 37-27. That
lasted just over two minutes as the Wildcats went 70 yards in six plays to cut the lead back to 37-34 as
the third quarter ended. Linfield started the fourth with another Elliott pass for a TD to put LC in front 4137 with 13:21 left in the game. Whitewater responded with a drive to the Linfield 26, but Bran Hazelburg
intercepted a Jacobs‟ pass to end that threat. The Wildcats returned the favor, with UW-W‟s Ryan
Ogrizovich picking up a fumble and returning it to the Linfield four. The Wildcat defense kept UW-W out
of the end zone. In return, the UW-W defense didn‟t let Linfield move out of their red zone. Their punt
gave UW-W the ball on the LC 42 and the Warhawks took it in with just 0:42 left for a 44-41 lead. Given
the tempo of the game and the Wildcat passing attack nothing could be taken for granted, but seven pass
plays later the clock ran out with Linfield on their own 48.
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The teams combined for 85 points, 54 first downs and 1,069 total yards. Whitewater rushed the ball 39
times for 216 yards, and passed for 302. Linfield completed 47-67 passes for 528 yards. They also
gained 23 yards on 17 rushes. Justin Beaver led UW-W with 34 carries for 197 yards. Elliott compiled all
the passing stats for the Wildcats.
The Coaches: Whitewater‟s Lance Leipold, in his third season, is 40-3 overall and 19-1 in WIAC
play. Linfield head coach Joseph Smith, in his fourth season with the Wildcats, holds a 30-9 record and
22-0 in NWC play.
Common Opponent: Even though the schools are separated by 2,000 miles they did have a common
opponent this season. Northwest Athletic Conference member the University of Puget Sound came to
Whitewater September 26 and the Warhawks won 42-7. Linfield defeated Puget Sound 54-36 October
31 in McMinnville.
Linfield Last Week: The Wildcats scored 14 first quarter points and never trailed in defeating the
University of Saint Thomas 31-20. Linfield made the most of their opportunities, including a blocked punt,
five turnovers and a mishandled punt. QB Aaron Boehme went 18-36-256 with one TD and one pick.
Trev Patterson and Gunna Cederberg both caught five Boehme passes, and Simon Lamson rushed 23
times for 85 yards. UST back Ben Wartman led his team with 27 rushes for 143 yards.
Linfield This Year: Linfield is sixth in scoring offense in the NCAA III statistics (41.75) and is eighteenth
in total offense (436.0). The Wildcats lead the nation in turnover margin at +2.42. LC led the Northwest
Conference in scoring offense, turnover margin, total offense, rushing defense, punt return average, pass
efficiency, first downs, sacks by, third down conversions, sacks against, and time of possession. RB
William Aaron was the league‟s top rusher, and Boehme led the league in passing yards and total offense.
PK Maika Kunicka led the NAC is kick scoring and field goals. Eric Hedin was number one in tackles for
a loss and Drew Fisher was the leader in passes defended. Joseph Smith was named NAC Football
Coach of the Year and Boehme was the league‟s Offensive Player of the Year. Five Wildcats were First
Team All-NAC on offense, four more on defense.
Whitewater Last Week: UW-W led just 14-13 at halftime, but held Wittenberg scoreless in the second
half on the way to a 31-13 win. Wittenberg passed for 261 yards, but managed just 31 on the ground.
UW-W passed for 236 and added 161 rushing, including 123 on 25 carries by Levell Coppage.
Whitewater scored on four of five red zone opportunities and sacked Wittenberg QB‟s four times.
Whitewater in the NCAA Stats: UW-W is fourth in total offense (493.1), fourth in scoring (44.0), second
in scoring defense (8.54) and fifth in total defense (237.3). Coppage is fourth in rushing (145.1) and
number one in scoring (13.8 points per game).
In the Polls: The final regular season polls had UW-W ranked second by D3football.com and the AFCA .
Linfield was ranked fifth and sixth, respectively.
Tickets/Schedule: Tickets for the Linfield game are on sale in the University Center ticket office,
Monday-Friday during normal business hours. Tickets will also be available at Perkins Stadium on game
day. Call 262-472-2222 for ticket information. The winner of the Whitewater-Linfield game will meet the
winner of the other semifinal, Mount Union hosting Wesley College, in the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl in
Salem, Virginia December 19.
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COACHING BIOGRAPHIES
Head Coach Lance Leipold
Leipold coached the Warhawks to a 13-2 record in 2008 and a fourth consecutive
Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title. Leipold also guided the
Warhawks to their fourth consecutive national championship appearance. The
Warhawks finished 2008 as Division III runner-up after a 2007 national
championship. Leipold‟s impressive resume is capped off with a record of 27-3 in
his first two seasons as the Warhawk‟s head coach. The 2008 season also
produced six All-Americans with linebacker Jace Rindahl taking defensive player of
the year honors. Leipold was also named the Division III coach of the year.
Leipold directed UW-Whitewater to the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III championship,
winning the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl in Salem, Virginia, in December 2007, just eleven months after his
hiring. The 2007 Warhawks went 14-1, and were undefeated in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic
Conference. The Warhawks' 2007 season helped earn Leipold national Division III coach of the year
honors from the American Football Coaches Association, D3football.com, Schutt Sports, and Fieldturf
Incorporated. That 2007 season included eight first team all-conference picks, six All-Americans, the
national Division III player of the year (Gagliardi Trophy) and the Division III Rimington Trophy recipient.
Leipold, a quarterback for the Warhawks in the mid-1980‟s and former Warhawk assistant coach, was
associate head coach and offensive coordinator for the University of Nebraska-Omaha since 2004 before
returning to head the UW-W football program in January 2007.
Leipold, of Jefferson, played four years for the Warhawks (1983-1986). The 1984 team won the WIAC
title, and the teams he played on were a combined 20-10-2.
He is still second all-time in the Warhawk record books for career pass attempts (647), third in yards
(4277), fifth in completions (303), and tied for ninth with 27 touchdowns.
He is also among the top 10 in those same categories in the UW-W records for a single season, all in his
junior year in 1985. In a game against UW-River Falls in 1985 Leipold completed 37-57 for 494 yards -all among the top 20 individual games in WIAC history. He was the team MVP in 1986, and was elected
to the UW-W Athletics Hall of Fame in 2003.
Leipold's coaching career began where he played, at UW-W. He coached quarterbacks in 1987 and wide
receivers in 1988, helping both teams win WIAC (then WSUC) championships. After one year at Doane
College in Nebraska, he returned to UW-W in 1990 to coach and work on a master's degree. He helped
the Warhawks win another WIAC title while serving as Berezowitz's offensive coordinator. Leipold moved
on to the University of Wisconsin-Madison for the 1991, '92 and '93 seasons, serving as a graduate
assistant all three years, he worked with the offense. The 1993 Badgers won the Big Ten and the Rose
Bowl, going 10-1-1. His first stint at Division II Nebraska-Omaha covered 1994-2000, where he was part
of a staff that turned UNO from a 1-10 team (1994) to North Central Conference champions in 1996, 1998
and 2000. He was UNO's offensive coordinator in 2000. He moved to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
in 2001, serving as an administrative assistant the same year Cornhuskers played in the national
championship game. In 2002 and 2003 Nebraska also went to bowl games with Leipold as a member of
the staff. He returned to UN-Omaha in 2004 as the associate head coach and offensive coordinator,
where he contributed to three consecutive 8-3 seasons and three straight conference championships.
Leipold took over for his former coach Bob Berezowitz. Berezowitz announced his retirement before the
2006 season, ending a 22-year career. That span included 158 wins, third most in the history of the
WIAC, a .680 winning percentage, nine conference championships, and five NCAA III playoff
appearances.
Leipold and his wife Kelly have a daughter, Lindsey, and a son, Landon.
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Defensive Coordinator Brian Borland
In 2002, Brian Borland entered the position as defensive coordinator on the UWWhitewater football staff. Borland had coached the defensive backs in his previous
eight years at UW-W.
In the past, Borland was the defensive coordinator for three years at Baker
University (KS) (1991-93), and at the University of Minnesota-Morris (1989-90). He
also was the head women's softball coach at Baker University and head track and
field coach at the University of Minnesota-Morris. Prior to coaching at these two
Universities, Borland was a graduate assistant football coach at the University of
Florida and at the University of Wisconsin. He also coached defensive backs at
Arizona Western College.
Borland played his college football at Morningside College (1981-84) where he was a 4-year letterwinner,
a team captain and an All-Conference selection. Borland also was a 2-year letterwinner in track at
Morningside (1981-82).
Borland earned Wisconsin Collegiate Assistant Coach of the Year honors from the Wisconsin Football
Coaches Association for the 2004 football season. Borland also coached track and field aside from his
football duties at UW-Whitewater from 1994 to 2002. In 2000 Borland led the Whitewater women's track
and field team to a fourth place finish at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field
Championships. He received NCAA DIII national coach of the year honors for his successful season.
In addition to his football coaching duties at UW-W, Borland teaches in the HPRC Department. Brian has
a wife, Gayle, and two sons, Evan and Jaren.
Offensive Coordinator Jim Zebrowski
Jim Zebrowski arrived in Whitewater prior to the 2007 season, after leading a
resurgence of the Lakeland College football program. Zebrowski compiled a 28-13
mark in four seasons at Lakeland, including a sparkling 24-4 mark in the IlliniBadger Football Conference. The Muskies captured the conference title in 2005 to
net the program it‟s first-ever trip to the Division III Playoffs. His team shared the
conference crown in 2004 and never finished lower than second place in his four
seasons.
Zebrowski played football at Mount Union College (Ohio) where he graduated in
1991 with a bachelor's degree in Mathematics.
After coaching in the high school ranks in Ohio for six years, Zebrowski spent three years on the coaching
staff at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, serving several roles including tight ends, wide
receivers and quarterback coach.
Immediately prior to his head coaching stint at Lakeland, Zebrowski spent three years as the offensive
coordinator at Millikin (Illinois) College. While coaching the Big Blue offense, Millikin won the College
Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW) championship and NCAA Division III playoff berth in 2000.
During that championship season, the Big Blue finished second in the nation in scoring at 44.6 points per
game while rushing for nearly 300 yards per game.
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Assistant Coach Steve Dinkel
Steve Dinkel joined the UW-Whitewater coaching staff in 2001, and now serves as
the offensive line coach, run game coordinator, and working with special teams.
Dinkel is a graduate of UW- River Falls, where as a player he played on four
conference championship teams with the Falcons. Prior to accepting his present
position, Dinkel served as the head football coach at Jefferson High School (WI) for
ten years. During his tenure with the Eagles, he guided Jefferson to a 60-36 record.
In the process, the Eagles won a state championship, and made three state play-off
appearances. While coaching at Whitewater, Dinkel has helped develop nine allconference and five All-Americans in the offensive line. Max Sakellaris earned the
honor of Don Hansen‟s Football Gazette Offensive lineman of the year in 2006. Dinkel earned his
master‟s degree from the University of Wisconsin- Madison. Dinkel teaches at Jefferson High School
while coaching with the Warhawks. He resides in Jefferson with his wife, Cathi and their two daughters
Anna and Jenna.
Assistant Coach Nelson Edmonds
Nelson Edmonds returned to the UW-Whitewater coaching staff for the 2008
season after spending the 2006-07 academic year in an advising position at the
University of Wisconsin in Madison.
The Madison native returns as the running back coach. After graduating from
Madison East High School, Edmonds took his substantial football talent to
Michigan‟s Upper Peninsula to attend college at Northern Michigan University
where he was an All-American running back. When not coaching at UWWhitewater, Edmonds focuses on his work as a counselor in UW-Whitewater‟s
Academic Advising and Exploration Center.
Edmonds, with wife Amy, reside in Whitewater with two daughters, Alisendra and Matiana.
Assistant Coach Kevin Bullis
Kevin Bullis joined the Warhawk football staff in 2008. Prior to joining the Warhawk
team, Bullis served as the defensive coordinator for UW-River Falls. Bullis was with
UW-River Falls since 1995, and in that time he led the Falcons defense to the
number one ranking in the WIAC in 1999. Before coaching at River Falls, Bullis was
defensive coordinator at Gustavus Adolphus College for two seasons. Bullis did his
first tour of duty with the Falcons from 1990-1993 when he served as the linebacker
coach. Bullis coached four all-conference linebackers and two All-American
linebackers, and during that period helped the Falcons achieve he number one
defense in the WIAC in 1992.
Bullis graduated from the University of Minnesota-Morris with a bachelor's degree in social science and
secondary education, then added a master's in history from UW-River Falls. Bullis and his wife Kathy
have three children, Jake, Jojo and Emme.
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Assistant Coach Dan Brunner
Dan Brunner, a member of the Wisconsin Football Coaches Hall of Fame, has
joined the staff at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Brunner, former head
coach at Saint Francis (WI) and Hartford (WI) High School, earned All-American
honors as a member of the Warhawks in the mid-70‟s.
Brunner recently retired from teaching after coaching at Hartford Union High School
for nineteen years. He led the Orioles to a 10-2 record in his last year, with the
team advancing to the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division I
quarterfinals. He compiled a 135-52 record, including seven conference titles, at
Hartford. Prior to Hartford, Brunner coached at Saint Francis High School, where he led the Mariners for
thirteen years and a Parkland Conference title in 1980.
Brunner played his collegiate football, as a tight end, under Forrest Perkins. He lettered four times and
earned all-conference honors three times, and culminated his career with National Association of
Intercollegiate Athletics All-American honors in 1975.
A resident of Hubertus, Brunner and his wife, Kathie, have two children, Katie and Brian.
Assistant Coach Jace Rindahl
Jace Rindahl joins the Warhawk coaching staff this year after completing a highly
successful collegiate playing career at UW-W. In Rindahl‟s four years as a
linebacker, the Warhawks won four conference championships and reached four
National Championship games. The Warhawks won the national title in 2007 while
Rindahl contributed to a defense that ranked first in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate
Athletic Conference in scoring defense, rushing defense, total defense, sack,
interceptions, and pass defense efficiency. In 2008 Rindahl was named Defensive
Player of the Year by D3football.com and also received All-America honors from
the American Football Coaches Association. For his career Rindahl is ranked in
several categories: eighth in interceptions (11), fourth in return yards after interception (218), and ninth in
tackles (248).
Assistant Coach Kurt Ware
Kurt enters his second season as an assistant for the Warhawks. Ware originates
from Spring, Texas where he played high school football for the Klein Oak
Panthers. Ware was a top 100 recruiting prospect in Texas in 2003. Ware ended up
in the Big Ten as a defensive lineman for the Wisconsin Badgers from 20042007. While with the Badgers Ware played in 37 games and recorded 40 tackles,
seven for a loss. He also tallied three and a half sacks, a forced fumble, and a
recovered fumble. Ware resides in Whitewater with his dog.
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Assistant Coach Tom Karthausser
Tom Karthausser enters his second season on the UW-W coaching staff. Al
alumnus of UW-Whitewater, Tom earned four varsity letters playing defensive back
for the Warhawks during the 2000-2003 seasons under head coach Bob
Berezowitz. During his senior season at Whitewater, Tom was elected as the
team‟s defensive captain by his teammates.
Upon graduating from Whitewater, Tom began coaching high school football within
the North Shore Conference. During the 2004 and 2005 seasons, Tom coached the
varsity defensive backs at Whitefish Bay High School under head coach Jim
Tietjen. From 2006 to 2007, he served as Nicolet High School‟s defensive coordinator at the varsity level
under head coach Robert Rinka. Tom also grabbed some head coaching experience during this time,
serving as the interim head coach for Milwaukee‟s expansion team in the Continental Indoor Football
League for nine weeks during the 2008 season, leading the franchise to their first ever victory.
In his professional career, Tom works as an actuary at Mercer in downtown Milwaukee. He resides in the
south side of Milwaukee in Bay View.
Director of Football Operations Andy Harris
Andy begins his seventh year with the Warhawk football team and his eighth as a
part of football operations. Andy graduated from Whitewater and was a student
manager for the Warhawks under head Coach Bob Berezowitz from 2002-2004. He
spent the 2005-2006 school year as an intern in the equipment room at the
University of Arizona. In the summer of 2006 he returned to Whitewater to take
over as the football equipment manager. This past summer Harris was the
equipment manager for the south teams at the Wisconsin Football Coaches
Association All-Star games. This will be his third year in his expanded role as
director of football operations. Andy was a part of the 2006 WIAC champion and
national runner-up, the 2007 WIAC and national championship, and the 2008 WIAC champion and
national runner-up teams.
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2009 POLLS
D3FOOTBALL.COM
#
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
School (1st votes)
Rec.
Mount Union (19)
10-0
UW-Whitewater (6)
10-0
Wesley
10-0
St. John‟s
10-0
Linfield
9-0
Central
10-0
Mary-Hardin Baylor
9-1
Monmouth
10-0
Case Western Reserve
10-0
St. Thomas
9-1
Thomas More
10-0
Wittenberg
10-0
Ohio Northern
8-2
Illinois Wesleyan
9-1
Wabash
9-1
Delaware Valley
9-1
North Central (Ill.)
8-2
Hampden-Sydney
10-0
Mississippi College
8-2
Washington & Jefferson
9-1
Willamette
8-2
Cal Lutheran
8-1
Otterbein
8-2
Montclair State
9-1
Coe
9-1
Others receiving votes: Trine 34, Alfred 19,
Albright 17, UW-Stevens Point 15, Capital 15,
Carthage 10, Occidental 8, Wheaton (Ill.) 7, UWStout 4, Amherst 4, Mount St. Joseph 3, Kean 3,
DePauw 3, Susquehanna 2, Huntingdon 2,
Redlands 1, Dickinson 1
AMERICAN FOOTBALL
COACHES ASSOCIATION
#
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
School (1st votes)
Rec.
Mount Union (39)
10-0
UW-Whitewater (1)
10-0
Wesley
10-0
St. John‟s
10-0
Central (IA)
10-0
Linfield
9-0
Case Western Reserve
10-0
Monmouth (Ill.)
10-0
Mary Hardin-Baylor
9-1
Thomas More
10-0
Wittenberg
10-0
St. Thomas
9-1
Washington & Jefferson
9-1
Hampden-Sydney
10-0
Wabash
9-1
Illinois Wesleyan
9-1
Delaware Valley
9-1
North Central (Ill.)
8-2
Ohio Northern
8-2
Willamette
8-2
Coe
9-1
California Lutheran
8-1
Mount St. Joseph
9-1
St. Norbert
9-1
Montclair St
9-1
Others Receiving Votes: Mississippi College
76, Alfred 60, Albright 42, Otterbein 32, Trine 30,
Capital 13, Carthage 10, Bethel 8, Kean 8,
Wheaton, 6, UW-Stout 6, Huntingdon 4, North
Carolina Wesleyan 4, Amherst 3, Johns Hopkins
3, DePauw 2, Curry 1, Ithaca 1
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2009
STATISTICS
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2009 GAME BOX SCORES
Box Score (Final)
#2 UW-Whitewater vs Dickinson State (09/05/09 at Dickinson, ND)
Score by Quarters
UW-Whitewater
Dickinson State
1
0
0
2
17
0
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
3
0
0
UWW
26
36-151
358
33-24-0
69-509
0-0
7-71
1-14
1-22
5-40.8
1-1
13-130
47:55
7 of 13
0 of 0
0-0
3-0
4
21
3
Score
38
Record: (1-0)
3
Record: (0-2)
DSU
8
33-74
35
19-6-1
52-109
0-0
3-1
5-83
0-0
10-42.7
0-0
2-15
27:36
3 of 15
0 of 0
0-0
1-9
RUSHING: UW-Whitewater-Antwan Anderson 16-80; Matt Blanchard 5-33; Levell Coppage 7-19; LaVell
Hewlett 3-13; C.J. Miller 2-11; Jake Taylor 1-1; Jeff Donovan 2-minus 6. Dickinson State-James Macey
12-45; Rashad Williams 6-25; Zach Hepperle 6-22; Reed Lambert 2-5; Tyler Grosz 1-3; Dave Velasquez
1-0; TEAM 1-0; Michael Cooper 1-minus 10; Cody Holland 3-minus 16.
PASSING: UW-Whitewater-Jeff Donovan 23-32-0-349; Matt Blanchard 1-1-0-9. Dickinson State-Cody
Holland 5-15-1-32; Dave Velasquez 1-3-0-3; Michael Cooper 0-1-0-0.
RECEIVING: UW-Whitewater-Aaron Rusch 8-123; Adam Brandes 5-61; Jordan Wells 3-57; Cory
Robinson 2-66; John Novak 2-15; Jake Taylor 1-10; Max Wasikowski 1-9; Jason Ford 1-9; David Leaf 18. Dickinson State-Blaine Berg 2-22; Zach Hepperle 2-10; Tanner Leak 1-3; Clint Grosz 1-0.
INTERCEPTIONS: UW-Whitewater-Z. Christopherson 1-22. Dickinson State-None.
FUMBLES: UW-Whitewater-None. Dickinson State-None.
SACKS (UA-A): UW-Whitewater-Kyle Supianoski 1-0; Casey Casper 1-0; Lane Olson 1-0. Dickinson
State-Mike Keyser 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): UW-Whitewater-Kyle Supianoski 5-3; Troney Shumpert 4-0; Lane Olson 2-4; Anthony
White 3-1; Paul Wick 3-0; Casey Casper 2-0; Josh Williams 2-0; Jeremy Deibert 1-2; Jovon Dixon 0-4;
Matt McCulloch 1-1; Jared Kiesow 1-1; Greg Arnold 1-1; Luke Hibner 1-1; Jon Baldwin 1-1; Z.
Christopherson 1-1; Justin Ankley 0-2; Jake Keeser 0-1; Sam Overton 0-1. Dickinson State-Mike Keyser
6-4; D. Washington 6-4; Derion Williams 7-0; Zach McCoy 3-2; Jason Kraft 0-8; Jerel Hafner 2-3; Matt
Quintus 3-0; Jamie Sigl 2-1; Jay Grosz 2-1; Sean Russell 1-3; Bodie Tobin 1-3; Luke Steiner 1-2; J.
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Tuchscherer 0-4; Dave Velasquez 1-1; Seth Forster 1-1; Matt Seibert 1-0; Jamie Walker 0-2; Trevor Willis
0-2; Kyle Stricklin 0-1; Aaron Cook 0-1.
Individual Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
#2 UW-Whitewater vs Dickinson State (09/05/09 at Dickinson, ND)
UW-Whitewater
Rushing
Antwan Anderson
Matt Blanchard
Levell Coppage
LaVell Hewlett
C.J. Miller
Jake Taylor
Jeff Donovan
Totals...
No
16
5
7
3
2
1
2
36
Passing
Jeff Donovan
Matt Blanchard
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
23-32-0
1-1-0
24-33-0
Receiving
Aaron Rusch
Adam Brandes
Jordan Wells
Cory Robinson
John Novak
Jake Taylor
Max Wasikowski
Jason Ford
David Leaf
Totals...
No.
8
5
3
2
2
1
1
1
1
24
Yds
123
61
57
66
15
10
9
9
8
358
Punting
Kris Rosholt
Totals...
No.
5
5
Yds Avg
204 40.8
204 40.8
All Returns
Aaron Rusch
Jake Taylor
Z. Christopherson
Zach Howard
Totals...
Punts
No Yds
6
69
0
0
0
0
1
2
7
71
Field goal attempts
Jeff Schebler
1st
Gain
80
33
19
13
11
1
3
160
Loss
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
9
Yds
349
9
358
TD
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
00:01
Net
80
33
19
13
11
1
-6
151
TD
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
3
TD
2
0
2
Lg
16
8
8
9
9
1
3
16
Avg
5.0
6.6
2.7
4.3
5.5
1.0
-3.0
4.2
Long
63
9
63
Sack
1
0
1
Long
28
14
26
63
14
10
9
9
8
63
Long
53
53
Lg
20
0
0
2
20
23 yds
In20
3
3
TB
0
0
Kickoffs
No
Yds
0
0
1
14
0
0
0
0
1
14
Lg
0
14
0
0
14
Intercept
No Yds
0
0
0
0
1
22
0
0
1
22
Lg
0
0
22
0
22
Good
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Dickinson State
Rushing
James Macey
Rashad Williams
Zach Hepperle
Reed Lambert
Tyler Grosz
Dave Velasquez
TEAM
Michael Cooper
Cody Holland
Totals...
No
12
6
6
2
1
1
1
1
3
33
Gain
45
25
22
5
3
0
0
0
0
100
Loss
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
16
26
Passing
Cody Holland
Dave Velasquez
Michael Cooper
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
5-15-1
1-3-0
0-1-0
6-19-1
Receiving
Blaine Berg
Zach Hepperle
Tanner Leak
Clint Grosz
Totals...
No.
2
2
1
1
6
Yds
22
10
3
0
35
Punting
Sean Russell
Totals...
No.
10
10
Yds Avg
427 42.7
427 42.7
All Returns
Zach Hepperle
Derion Williams
Totals...
Punts
No Yds
0
0
3
1
3
1
Net
45
25
22
5
3
0
0
-10
-16
74
Yds
32
3
0
35
TD
0
0
0
0
0
TD
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
TD
0
0
0
0
Lg
10
9
8
3
3
0
0
0
0
10
Avg
3.8
4.2
3.7
2.5
3.0
0.0
0.0
-10.0
-5.3
2.2
Long
17
3
0
17
Sack
2
0
1
3
Long
17
10
3
0
17
Lg
0
2
2
Long
57
57
In20
0
0
TB
1
1
Kickoffs
No
Yds
1
17
4
66
5
83
Lg
17
20
20
Intercept
No Yds
0
0
0
0
0
0
Lg
0
0
0
Defensive Statistics (Final)
#2 UW-Whitewater vs Dickinson State (09/05/09 at Dickinson, ND)
UW-Whitewater
##
43
7
17
97
31
55
99
20
92
30
29
53
23
91
Player
Kyle Supianoski
Troney Shumpert
Lane Olson
Anthony White
Paul Wick
Josh Williams
Casey Casper
Jeremy Deibert
Jovon Dixon
Jared Kiesow
Z. Christopherson
Luke Hibner
Matt McCulloch
Jon Baldwin
Solo
5
4
2
3
3
2
2
1
.
1
1
1
1
1
Ast
3
.
4
1
.
.
.
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
Tot
6.5
4.0
4.0
3.5
3.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
TFL/Yds
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Sack/Yds
1.0/8
.
1.0/3
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1.0/10
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QBH
.
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109
51
93
6
56
Greg Arnold
Justin Ankley
Sam Overton
Jake Keeser
1
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1
2
1
1
1.5
1.0
0.5
0.5
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Solo
6
6
7
3
.
2
3
2
2
1
1
1
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1
1
1
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Ast
4
4
.
2
8
3
.
1
1
3
3
2
4
1
1
.
2
2
1
1
Tot
8.0
8.0
7.0
4.0
4.0
3.5
3.0
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
TFL/Yds
.
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FF
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FR-Yd
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Sack/Yds
1.0/9
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QBH
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Dickinson State
##
30
8
6
44
55
58
33
12
37
10
38
35
54
47
14
50
53
22
65
49
Player
Mike Keyser
D. Washington
Derion Williams
Zach McCoy
Jason Kraft
Jerel Hafner
Matt Quintus
Jamie Sigl
Jay Grosz
Sean Russell
Bodie Tobin
Luke Steiner
J. Tuchscherer
Seth Forster
Dave Velasquez
Matt Seibert
Jamie Walker
Trevor Willis
Aaron Cook
Kyle Stricklin
110
Box Score (Final)
Midland Lutheran vs #2 UW-Whitewater (09/12/09 at Whitewater, WI)
Score by Quarters
Midland Lutheran
UW-Whitewater
Scoring Summary:
1st
06:52
UWW
2nd
3rd
06:26
UWW
04:26
UWW
02:25
UWW
11:55
06:12
UWW
UWW
00:10
07:07
00:26
UWW
UWW
UWW
1
0
27
2
0
21
3
0
10
4
0
0
Score
0
Record (1-1)
58
Record (2-0)
Adam Brandes 28 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 7-80 2:12,
MLC 0 - UWW 7
Jordan Wells 46 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 1-46 0:07,
MLC 0 - UWW 14
Adam Brandes 30 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick blockd), 1-30
0:07, MLC 0 - UWW 20
Adam Brandes 4 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 3-2 0:56,
MLC 0 - UWW 27
Levell Coppage 8 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 9-58 3:38, MLC 0 - UWW 34
Aaron Rusch 9 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 9-72 3:34, MLC
0 - UWW 41
C.J. Miller 1 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 10-60 3:34, MLC 0 - UWW 48
Jeff Schebler 40 yd field goal, 7-22 3:24, MLC 0 - UWW 51
C.J. Miller 40 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 7-90 3:35, MLC 0 - UWW 58
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
MLC
8
37-67
25
14-3-2
51-92
0-0
0-0
10-167
1-19
8-33.9
2-2
3-20
27:12
2 of 12
1 of 1
0-0
0-0
UWW
30
55-304
243
21-16-1
76-547
0-0
0-0
1-18
2-17
2-33.0
0-0
3-13
32:48
6 of 12
3 of 3
5-5
1-7
RUSHING: Midland Lutheran-Waters, Khalid 11-28; Brooks, Brandon 7-18; Lackey, Nick 2-8; Hart, Eric 67; Deines, Joshua 4-4; Bentley, Dariou 3-2; Faulkner, John 4-0. UW-Whitewater-C.J. Miller 19-129;
Antwan Anderson 5-53; Matt Blanchard 7-36; Levell Coppage 6-30; Aaron Rusch 2-16; Cory Knapp 1-16;
Mike Taylor 5-13; Steve McCollom 2-7; LaVell Hewlett 6-3; Jeff Donovan 2-1.
PASSING: Midland Lutheran-Faulkner, John 3-13-2-25; Deines, Joshua 0-1-0-0. UW-Whitewater-Jeff
Donovan 10-13-0-172; Matt Blanchard 4-5-1-58; Steve McCollom 2-3-0-13.
RECEIVING: Midland Lutheran-Middleton, Derr 2-12; Grier, Darnell 1-13. UW-Whitewater-Aaron Rusch
5-68; Adam Brandes 3-62; Terrence Fitch 3-17; Jordan Wells 2-53; Zach Howard 1-27; Cory Robinson 114; Max Wasikowski 1-2.
111
INTERCEPTIONS: Midland Lutheran-Taylor, Greg 1-19. UW-Whitewater-Luke Hibner 1-17; Paul Wick 10.
FUMBLES: Midland Lutheran-Brooks, Brandon 1-1; Faulkner, John 1-1. UW-Whitewater-None.
SACKS (UA-A): Midland Lutheran-None. UW-Whitewater-Matt Kurudza 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Midland Lutheran-Campbell, Kenne 6-1; Boatright, Kenn 5-3; Manstedt, Reed 4-2;
Feuerbach, Zac 4-0; McMoore, Bronso 3-2; Vrbka, Clete 2-4; Brown, Branden 2-3; Glause, Andrew 1-5;
Goff, Coleman 1-4; Abdullah, Devon 1-3; Wiebold, Jake 2-0; Schiele, Dustin 2-0; Blair, Anthony 2-0;
Hoffman, Jeremy 2-0; Cumberlander, D 1-2; Whitmill, Trent 1-1; Cloyd, Deanthon 0-3; Sivels, Michael
1-0; Waters, Khalid 1-0; Luly, Chris 0-2; Butterfield, Ch 0-2; Coufal, Luke 0-1; Middleton, Derr 0-1; Taylor,
Greg 0-1; Hughes, Matt 0-1; Estilien, Ace 0-1. UW-Whitewater-Josh Williams 3-1; Casey Casper 3-1; Kyle
Supianoski 2-3; Anthony White 1-5; Sean Fancher 3-0; Lane Olson 1-4; Matt McCulloch 1-3; Matt
Kurudza 2-0; Jared Kiesow 2-0; Z. Christopherson 1-2; Tim Depies 1-2; Justin Ankley 1-1; Kyle Zabel 1-1;
Jeff Schebler 1-1; Jeremy Deibert 1-0; Matt Pingel 1-0; Greg Arnold 1-0; Aaron Samplawski 1-0; Troney
Shumpert 1-0; Mike Zielinski 1-0; Jon Baldwin 1-0; Travis Young 1-0; Matt Blanchard 1-0; Derek
Underwood 1-0; Graham Hall 0-2; Paul Wick 0-2; Joe Hansen 0-1; Jake Keeser 0-1.
Individual Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
Midland Lutheran vs #2 UW-Whitewater (09/12/09 at Whitewater, WI)
Midland Lutheran
Rushing
Waters, Khalid
Brooks, Brandon
Lackey, Nick
Hart, Eric
Deines, Joshua
Bentley, Dariou
Faulkner, John
Totals...
No
11
7
2
6
4
3
4
37
Gain
32
18
8
9
12
8
3
90
Loss
4
0
0
2
8
6
3
23
Passing
Faulkner, John
Deines, Joshua
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
3-13-2
0-1-0
3-14-2
Receiving
Middleton, Derr
Grier, Darnell
Totals...
No.
2
1
3
Yds
12
13
25
Punting
Estilien, Ace
Totals...
No.
8
8
Yds Avg
271 33.9
271 33.9
All Returns
Middleton, Derr
Bentley, Dariou
Taylor, Greg
Hamett, Tim
Totals...
Punts
No Yds
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Net
28
18
8
7
4
2
0
67
Yds
25
0
25
TD
0
0
0
TD
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
TD
0
0
0
Lg
6
5
4
6
8
5
3
8
Avg
2.5
2.6
4.0
1.2
1.0
0.7
0.0
1.8
Long
13
0
13
Sack
0
1
1
Long
7
13
13
Lg
0
0
0
0
0
Long
39
39
In20
2
2
TB
1
1
Kickoffs
No
Yds
3
36
3
54
0
0
4
77
10
167
Lg
13
27
0
29
29
Intercept
No Yds
0
0
0
0
1
19
0
0
1
19
Lg
0
0
19
0
19
112
UW-Whitewater
Rushing
C.J. Miller
Antwan Anderson
Matt Blanchard
Levell Coppage
Cory Knapp
Aaron Rusch
Mike Taylor
Steve McCollom
LaVell Hewlett
Jeff Donovan
Totals...
No
19
5
7
6
1
2
5
2
6
2
55
Passing
Jeff Donovan
Matt Blanchard
Steve McCollom
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
10-13-0
4-5-1
2-3-0
16-21-1
Receiving
Aaron Rusch
Adam Brandes
Terrence Fitch
Jordan Wells
Zach Howard
Cory Robinson
Max Wasikowski
Totals...
No.
5
3
3
2
1
1
1
16
Yds
68
62
17
53
27
14
2
243
Punting
Kris Rosholt
Totals...
No.
2
2
Yds Avg
66
33.0
66
33.0
Punts
All Returns
Paul Wick
Luke Hibner
Samplawski
Totals...
Gain
130
53
42
31
16
16
13
7
13
2
323
Kickoffs
No
Yds
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Field goal attempts
Jeff Schebler
3rd
Loss
1
0
6
1
0
0
0
0
10
1
19
Net
129
53
36
30
16
16
13
7
3
1
304
Yds
172
58
13
243
TD
1
3
0
1
0
0
0
5
TD
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
TD
5
0
0
5
Avg
6.8
10.6
5.1
5.0
16.0
8.0
2.6
3.5
0.5
0.5
5.5
Long
46
27
7
46
Sack
0
0
0
0
Long
27
30
7
46
27
14
2
46
Long
34
34
In20
0
0
Intercept
Lg
No
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
07:07
Lg
40
14
15
10
16
9
5
5
8
2
40
40 yds
Yds
0
0
18
18
TB
0
0
Lg
0
0
18
18
No
1
1
0
2
Yds
0
17
0
17
Lg
0
17
0
17
Good
Defensive Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
Midland Lutheran vs #2 UW-Whitewater (09/12/09 at Whitewater, WI)
Midland Lutheran
##
26
39
25
44
95
Player
Campbell, Kenne
Boatright, Kenn
Manstedt, Reed
Feuerbach, Zac
McMoore, Bronso
Solo
6
5
4
4
3
Ast
1
3
2
.
2
Tot
6.5
6.5
5.0
4.0
4.0
TFL/Yds
.
1.0-1
0.5-1
.
1.0-4
FF
.
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FR-Yd
.
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Intc
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BrUp
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Blkd
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Sack/Yds
.
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QBH
.
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.
113
51
20
23
93
42
96
55
33
41
22
19
56
24
58
37
29
27
92
90
75
32
79
Vrbka, Clete
Brown, Branden
Glause, Andrew
Goff, Coleman
Abdullah, Devon
Schiele, Dustin
Hoffman, Jeremy
Wiebold, Jake
Blair, Anthony
Cumberlander, D
Whitmill, Trent
Cloyd, Deanthon
Waters, Khalid
Sivels, Michael
Butterfield, Ch
Luly, Chris
Taylor, Greg
Coufal, Luke
Estilien, Ace
Hughes, Matt
Middleton, Derr
Corley, Everett
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
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1
1
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4
3
5
4
3
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2
1
3
.
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2
2
1
1
1
1
1
.
4.0
3.5
3.5
3.0
2.5
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
.
.
0.5-0
.
0.5-1
0.5-1
1.0-4
.
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.
0.5-1
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0.5-0
.
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1-19
.
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2
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1
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Ast
1
1
3
5
.
4
3
.
.
2
2
1
1
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
2
2
1
1
.
Tot
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.0
3.0
2.5
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
.
TFL/Yds
.
.
.
1.0-4
1.0-2
.
.
1.0-7
.
.
.
1.0-2
0.5-1
.
1.0-1
.
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.
0.5-3
.
FF
.
1
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FR-Yd
.
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1-0
.
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1-0
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Intc
.
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1-0
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.
1-17
BrUp
.
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.
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2
.
1
.
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Blkd
.
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.
Sack/Yds
.
.
.
.
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.
1.0/7
.
.
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.
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.
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.
.
QBH
.
.
.
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.
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.
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.
UW-Whitewater
##
55
99
43
97
41
17
23
67
30
60
29
94
93
11
96
7
91
90
15
28
20
10
50
51
31
27
58
56
53
Player
Solo
Josh Williams
3
Casey Casper
3
Kyle Supianoski 2
Anthony White
1
Sean Fancher
3
Lane Olson
1
Matt McCulloch
1
Matt Kurudza
2
Jared Kiesow
2
Tim Depies
1
Z. Christopherson 1
Kyle Zabel
1
Justin Ankley
1
Jeff Schebler
1
Travis Young
1
Troney Shumpert 1
Jon Baldwin
1
Mike Zielinski
1
Matt Blanchard
1
Derek Underwood 1
Jeremy Deibert
1
Aaron Samplawski 1
Matt Pingel
1
Greg Arnold
1
Paul Wick
.
Graham Hall
.
Joe Hansen
.
Jake Keeser
.
Luke Hibner
.
114
Box Score (Final)
Puget Sound vs #2 UW-Whitewater (09/26/09 at Whitewater, WI)
Score by Quarters
Puget Sound
UW-Whitewater
Scoring Summary:
1st
11:14
UWW
05:13
UWW
3rd
10:11
UWW
03:08
UWW
4th
14:42
UWW
08:19
03:19
UWW
UPS
1
0
14
2
0
0
3
0
14
4
7
14
Score
7
Record: (0-3)
42
Record: (3-0)
Levell Coppage 1 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 8-59 3:46, UPS 0 - UWW 7
Levell Coppage 2 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 9-80 3:41, UPS 0 - UWW 14
Levell Coppage 1 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 7-39 3:23, UPS 0 - UWW 21
Jordan Wells 77 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 2-82 0:53,
UPS 0 - UWW 28
Adam Brandes 32 yd pass from Aaron Rusch (Jeff Schebler kick), 1-32 0:08,
UPS 0 - UWW 35
C.J. Miller 1 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 8-55 3:57, UPS 0 - UWW 42
Zuhl 6 yd pass from Crace (Schaner kick), 10-71 4:54, UPS 7 - UWW 42
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
UPS
15
47-138
104
15-12-1
62-242
0-0
1-1
7-160
0-0
4-32.5
2-1
6-49
34:05
4 of 14
2 of 4
1-3
0-0
UWW
17
36-201
304
20-14-0
56-505
0-0
2-8
2-23
1-4
2-34.0
1-0
9-61
25:55
7 of 10
0 of 0
4-5
0-0
RUSHING: Puget Sound-Williams 22-69; Larson 16-46; Simon 5-12; Oates 1-6; Crace 2-3; Triplett 1-2.
UW-Whitewater-Levell Coppage 20-123; C.J. Miller 12-59; Jeff Donovan 2-13; Aaron Rusch 1-8; Cory
Knapp 1-minus 2.
PASSING: Puget Sound-Williams 6-9-1-46; Crace 6-6-0-58. UW-Whitewater-Jeff Donovan 12-18-0-222;
Cory Knapp 1-1-0-50; Aaron Rusch 1-1-0-32.
RECEIVING: Puget Sound-Zuhl 7-62; Silverstein 2-13; Simon 1-18; Hammer 1-7; Larson 1-4. UWWhitewater-Aaron Rusch 5-48; Adam Brandes 3-87; John Novak 3-30; Jordan Wells 1-77; Terrence Fitch
1-50; Max Wasikowski 1-12.
INTERCEPTIONS: Puget Sound-None. UW-Whitewater-Jeremy Deibert 1-4.
FUMBLES: Puget Sound-Williams 1-1; Crace 1-0. UW-Whitewater-Cory Knapp 1-0.
SACKS (UA-A): Puget Sound-None. UW-Whitewater-None.
115
TACKLES (UA-A): Puget Sound-Vlasak 7-4; Sobotka 7-0; Milner 6-0; Abdelrasuel 4-2; Beck 3-1;
McCraney 2-0; Firman 2-0; Dunn 2-0; Walker 1-2; Kyobe 1-0; Thomas 1-0; O'Brien 1-0; TEAM 1-0;
Wacker 1-0; Oates 1-0; Palmer 0-1. UW-Whitewater-Greg Arnold 4-6; Sean Fancher 3-4; Troney
Shumpert 3-4; Z. Christopherson 1-7; Jon Baldwin 2-3; Josh Williams 3-0; Graham Hall 3-0; Casey
Casper 3-0; Justin Ankley 2-2; Matt McCulloch 1-4; Jared Kiesow 2-1; Jeremy Deibert 2-0; Aaron
Samplawski 2-0; Anthony White 1-2; Stephan Jonsson 1-2; Paul Wick 0-4; Kyle Zabel 1-1; Jake Keeser
1-1; Wesley Hicks 0-3; Derek Underwood 0-3; Cory Robinson 1-0; Luke Hibner 1-0; Tim Depies 1-0;
Vincent Lang 0-1; Kyle Supianoski 0-1; Sam Overton 0-1.
Individual Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
Puget Sound vs #2 UW-Whitewater (09/26/09 at Whitewater, WI)
Puget Sound
Rushing
Williams
Larson
Simon
Oates
Crace
Triplett
Totals...
No
22
16
5
1
2
1
47
Passing
Williams
Crace
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
6-9-1
6-6-0
12-15-1
Receiving
Zuhl
Silverstein
Simon
Hammer
Larson
Totals...
No.
7
2
1
1
1
12
Yds
62
13
18
7
4
104
Punting
Crace
Totals...
No.
4
4
Yds Avg
130 32.5
130 32.5
Punts
All Returns
Simon
Carter
Totals...
Gain
76
47
12
6
6
2
149
Kickoffs
No
Yds
0
0
1
1
1
1
Loss
7
1
0
0
3
0
11
Net
69
46
12
6
3
2
138
Yds
46
58
104
TD
1
0
0
0
0
1
TD
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
TD
0
1
1
Lg
15
11
5
6
6
2
15
Avg
3.1
2.9
2.4
6.0
1.5
2.0
2.9
Long
18
23
23
Sack
0
0
0
Long
23
10
18
7
4
23
Long
34
34
Intercept
Lg
No
0
7
1
0
1
7
In20
0
0
Yds
160
0
160
TB
0
0
Lg
30
0
30
No
0
0
0
Yds
0
0
0
Lg
0
0
0
UW-Whitewater
Rushing
Levell Coppage
C.J. Miller
Jeff Donovan
Aaron Rusch
Cory Knapp
Totals...
No
20
12
2
1
1
36
Gain
124
59
13
8
0
204
Loss
1
0
0
0
2
3
Net
123
59
13
8
-2
201
TD
3
1
0
0
0
4
Lg
54
36
9
8
0
54
Avg
6.2
4.9
6.5
8.0
-2.0
5.6
116
Passing
Jeff Donovan
Cory Knapp
Aaron Rusch
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
12-18-0
1-1-0
1-1-0
14-20-0
Receiving
Aaron Rusch
Adam Brandes
John Novak
Jordan Wells
Terrence Fitch
Max Wasikowski
Totals...
No.
5
3
3
1
1
1
14
Yds
48
87
30
77
50
12
304
Punting
Jake Kusters
Totals...
No.
2
2
Yds Avg
68
34.0
68
34.0
Punts
All Returns
Aaron Rusch
Jeremy Deibert
Jake Taylor
Samplawski
Totals...
Kickoffs
No
Yds
2
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
8
Yds
222
50
32
304
TD
0
1
0
1
0
0
2
TD
1
0
1
2
Long
77
50
32
77
Sack
0
0
0
0
Long
22
46
16
77
50
12
77
Long
38
38
Intercept
Lg
No
5
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
5
2
In20
1
1
Yds
0
0
1
22
23
TB
1
1
Lg
0
0
1
22
22
No
0
1
0
0
1
Yds
0
4
0
0
4
Lg
0
4
0
0
4
Defensive Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
Puget Sound vs #2 UW-Whitewater (09/26/09 at Whitewater, WI)
Puget Sound
##
27
7
12
40
44
10
79
51
99
23
TM
30
25
54
22
52
Player
Vlasak
Sobotka
Milner
Abdelrasuel
Beck
Dunn
McCraney
Firman
Walker
Wacker
TEAM
Kyobe
Thomas
O'Brien
Oates
Palmer
Solo
7
7
6
4
3
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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Ast
4
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2
1
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2
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Tot
9.0
7.0
6.0
5.0
3.5
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
TFL/Yds
1.0-1
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Solo
4
3
3
Ast
6
4
4
Tot
7.0
5.0
5.0
TFL/Yds
2.0-2
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UW-Whitewater
##
51
41
7
Player
Greg Arnold
Sean Fancher
Troney Shumpert
117
29
91
55
99
27
93
23
30
20
10
42
97
31
56
94
95
28
53
1
60
43
6
61
Z. Christopherson 1
Jon Baldwin
2
Josh Williams
3
Casey Casper
3
Graham Hall
3
Justin Ankley
2
Matt McCulloch
1
Jared Kiesow
2
Jeremy Deibert
2
Aaron Samplawski 2
Stephan Jonsson 1
Anthony White
1
Paul Wick
.
Jake Keeser
1
Kyle Zabel
1
Wesley Hicks
.
Derek Underwood .
Luke Hibner
1
Cory Robinson
1
Tim Depies
1
Kyle Supianoski .
Sam Overton
.
Vincent Lang
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3
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2
4
1
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2
2
4
1
1
3
3
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1
1
4.5
3.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
2.5
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
0.5
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1.0-3
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1.0-6
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118
Box Score (Final)
UW-Platteville vs #2 UW-Whitewater (10/03/09 at Whitewater, WI)
Score by Quarters
UW-Platteville
UW-Whitewater
Scoring Summary:
1st
09:13
UWW
05:08
UWW
2nd 10:32
UWW
04:49
UWP
3rd
11:56
UWW
4th
10:33
UWW
1
0
14
2
3
7
3
0
7
4
0
7
Score
3
Record: (2-2,0-1)
35
Record: (4-0,1-0)
Levell Coppage 25 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 7-80 3:17, UWP 0 - UWW 7
Levell Coppage 35 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 4-70 1:31, UWP 0 - UWW 14
Levell Coppage 3 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 14-75 6:29, UWP 0 - UWW 21
Tony Smidl 27 yd field goal, 13-60 5:37, UWP 3 - UWW 21
Adam Brandes 36 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 6-69 2:58,
UWP 3 - UWW 28
Levell Coppage 10 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 12-78 6:12, UWP 3 - UWW 35
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
UWP
16
19-47
184
44-27-2
63-231
0-0
2-10
5-110
0-0
3-40.3
1-1
3-29
28:28
5 of 14
1 of 4
1-1
0-0
UWW
22
34-176
249
25-22-0
59-425
0-0
1-5
2-39
2-0
4-35.2
0-0
6-67
31:32
4 of 8
0 of 0
2-2
3-20
RUSHING: UW-Platteville-Hank McIvor 4-48; B. Hertrampf 7-17; Mitch Shadley 1-minus 8; Nick Anderson
7-minus 10. UW-Whitewater-Levell Coppage 27-166; C.J. Miller 7-10.
PASSING: UW-Platteville-Nick Anderson 26-41-2-175; Mitch Shadley 1-2-0-9; Jake Wiederholt 0-1-0-0.
UW-Whitewater-Jeff Donovan 21-24-0-240; Steve McCollom 1-1-0-9.
RECEIVING: UW-Platteville-B. Hertrampf 7-59; Jimmy Spehn 5-11; Joe Burkeland 3-33; Aunton Terry 332; Darin Blaser 2-25; Lee Vlasak 2-6; Paul Pridemore 2-2; Hank McIvor 1-9; Jake Wiederholt 1-7; Joey
Martin 1-0. UW-Whitewater-Adam Brandes 6-93; Jordan Wells 5-43; Aaron Rusch 4-55; John Novak 218; Cory Robinson 2-13; Jason Ford 1-12; Terrence Fitch 1-9; Levell Coppage 1-6.
INTERCEPTIONS: UW-Platteville-None. UW-Whitewater-Troney Shumpert 1-0; Kyle Supianoski 1-0.
FUMBLES: UW-Platteville-Mitch Shadley 1-1. UW-Whitewater-None.
SACKS (UA-A): UW-Platteville-None. UW-Whitewater-Lane Olson 2-0; Chris Kneeland 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): UW-Platteville-Brian Snyder 3-7; Eric Jensen 4-4; Cody Weber 4-4; Quincy Hudson 33; C. Alexander 3-3; Dave Daino 4-0; Tom Bruins 2-4; Jon Ebert 2-3; Thomas Kral 2-2; Nick Snyder 2-0; J.
Lindemulder 0-4; Randy Langer 1-1; George Katze 1-0; Dustin Bollant 1-0; David Rizzio 1-0; Ben Lusted
0-2; Tim Stephenson 0-1. UW-Whitewater-Kyle Supianoski 5-2; Lane Olson 3-3; Jeremy Deibert 3-3; Matt
119
McCulloch 3-1; Troney Shumpert 3-0; Tim Depies 2-1; Max Ford 2-1; Josh Williams 2-1; Z.
Christopherson 2-0; Jared Kiesow 2-0; Derek Underwood 2-0; Anthony White 2-0; Paul Wick 1-1; Graham
Hall 1-1; Wesley Hicks 1-0; Aaron Samplawski 1-0; Joe Paulus 1-0; Jake Holstein 1-0; Jon Baldwin 1-0;
Chris Kneeland 1-0; Jordan Pethan 1-0; Luke Hibner 1-0; Dan Bower 1-0; Casey Casper 0-2; Justin
Ankley 0-2; Greg Arnold 0-1; Robbie Ustruck 0-1.
Individual Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
UW-Platteville vs #2 UW-Whitewater (10/03/09 at Whitewater, WI)
UW-Platteville
Rushing
Hank McIvor
B. Hertrampf
Mitch Shadley
Nick Anderson
Totals...
No
4
7
1
7
19
Passing
Nick Anderson
Mitch Shadley
Jake Wiederholt
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
26-41-2
1-2-0
0-1-0
27-44-2
Receiving
B. Hertrampf
Jimmy Spehn
Joe Burkeland
Aunton Terry
Darin Blaser
Lee Vlasak
Paul Pridemore
Hank McIvor
Jake Wiederholt
Joey Martin
Totals...
No.
7
5
3
3
2
2
2
1
1
1
27
Yds
59
11
33
32
25
6
2
9
7
0
184
Punting
Zak Brinkman
Totals...
No.
3
3
Yds Avg
121 40.3
121 40.3
Punts
All Returns
Darin Blaser
Lee Vlasak
Totals...
Kickoffs
No
Yds
0
0
2
10
2
10
Field goal attempts
Tony Smidl
2nd
Gain
48
17
0
4
69
Loss
0
0
8
14
22
Net
48
17
-8
-10
47
Yds
175
9
0
184
TD
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
TD
0
0
0
0
0
TD
0
0
0
0
Avg
12.0
2.4
-8.0
-1.4
2.5
Long
29
9
0
29
Sack
2
1
0
3
Long
29
9
22
20
17
4
4
9
7
0
29
Long
47
47
Intercept
Lg
No
0
1
9
4
9
5
04:49
Lg
26
5
0
2
26
27 yds
In20
0
0
Yds
24
86
110
TB
0
0
Lg
24
25
25
No
0
0
0
Yds
0
0
0
Lg
0
0
0
Good
UW-Whitewater
Rushing
Levell Coppage
C.J. Miller
Totals...
No
27
7
34
Gain
168
12
180
Loss
2
2
4
Net
166
10
176
TD
4
0
4
Lg
35
8
35
Avg
6.1
1.4
5.2
120
Passing
Jeff Donovan
Steve McCollom
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
21-24-0
1-1-0
22-25-0
Receiving
Adam Brandes
Jordan Wells
Aaron Rusch
John Novak
Cory Robinson
Jason Ford
Terrence Fitch
Levell Coppage
Totals...
No.
6
5
4
2
2
1
1
1
22
Yds
93
43
55
18
13
12
9
6
249
Punting
Kris Rosholt
Totals...
No.
4
4
Yds Avg
141 35.2
141 35.2
Punts Kickoffs
All Returns
No
Yds
Aaron Rusch 1
5
Kyle Supianoski 0
0
Aaron Samplawski
0
Troney Shumpert
0
Totals...
1
5
Yds
240
9
249
TD
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
TD
1
0
1
Long
36
9
36
Sack
0
0
0
Long
36
17
23
12
10
12
9
6
36
Long
39
39
Intercept
Lg
No
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
2
In20
1
1
Yds
0
0
2
0
39
TB
1
1
Lg
0
0
39
0
20
No
0
1
20
0
2
Yds
0
0
0
1
0
Lg
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Defensive Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
UW-Platteville vs #2 UW-Whitewater (10/03/09 at Whitewater, WI)
UW-Platteville
##
26
96
3
1
15
38
47
54
19
28
6
92
5
44
8
34
98
Player
Brian Snyder
Cody Weber
Eric Jensen
Quincy Hudson
C. Alexander
Dave Daino
Tom Bruins
Jon Ebert
Thomas Kral
Nick Snyder
J. Lindemulder
Randy Langer
David Rizzio
Dustin Bollant
George Katze
Ben Lusted
Tim Stephenson
Solo
3
4
4
3
3
4
2
2
2
2
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1
1
1
1
.
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Ast
7
4
4
3
3
.
4
3
2
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4
1
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2
1
Tot
6.5
6.0
6.0
4.5
4.5
4.0
4.0
3.5
3.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
TFL/Yds
.
1.0-1
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1.0-1
1.0-2
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121
UW-Whitewater
##
43
17
20
23
7
52
60
55
28
29
30
97
27
31
44
98
78
26
47
53
91
10
95
99
93
51
75
TM
1
Player
Solo
Kyle Supianoski 5
Lane Olson
3
Jeremy Deibert
3
Matt McCulloch
3
Troney Shumpert 3
Max Ford
2
Tim Depies
2
Josh Williams
2
Derek Underwood 2
Z. Christopherson 2
Jared Kiesow
2
Anthony White
2
Graham Hall
1
Paul Wick
1
Jordan Pethan
1
Jake Holstein
1
Chris Kneeland
1
Dan Bower
1
Joe Paulus
1
Luke Hibner
1
Jon Baldwin
1
Aaron Samplawski 1
Wesley Hicks
1
Casey Casper
.
Justin Ankley
.
Greg Arnold
.
Robbie Ustruck
.
TEAM
.
Cory Robinson
.
Ast
2
3
3
1
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1
1
1
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1
1
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2
2
1
1
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Tot
6.0
4.5
4.5
3.5
3.0
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
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TFL/Yds
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2.5-13
0.5-1
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1.0-3
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Sack/Yds
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Box Score (Final)
UW-Eau Claire vs #2 UW-Whitewater (10/10/09 at Whitewater, WI)
Score by Quarters
UW-Eau Claire
UW-Whitewater
Scoring Summary:
1st
04:56
UWW
2nd
13:12
11:40
00:05
UWW
UWW
EC
3rd
11:30
EC
4th
03:16
00:14
01:07
UWW
UWW
UWW
1
0
7
2
6
10
3
8
14
4
0
7
Score
14
Record: (2-3,0-2)
38
Record: (5-0,2-0)
Aaron Rusch 4 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 7-72 3:27, EC
0 - UWW 7
Jeff Schebler 32 yd field goal, 10-41 4:42, EC 0 - UWW 10
Levell Coppage 19 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 1-19 0:08, EC 0 - UWW 17
David Goodman 37 yd pass from Kyle Paulson (Austin Neu kick blockd), 10-97
2:34, EC 6 - UWW 17
Brett Schreiner 7 yd pass from Kyle Paulson (Spencer Kehoe pass), 8-50 3:07,
EC 14 - UWW 17
Levell Coppage 20 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 7-85 3:40, EC 14 - UWW 24
Levell Coppage 47 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 4-62 1:50, EC 14 - UWW 31
Antwan Anderson 3 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 19-99 10:37, EC 14 - UWW 38
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
EC
16
29-130
223
37-26-0
66-353
0-0
1-1
7-133
0-0
4-42.8
3-1
3-19
25:37
5 of 14
1 of 4
1-3
0-0
UWW
27
50-406
185
20-14-0
70-591
0-0
3-50
3-41
0-0
1-37.0
2-2
5-52
34:23
7 of 13
3 of 3
5-7
1-13
RUSHING: UW-Eau Claire-Cory Sartorelli 22-75; Kyle Paulson 5-52; Matt Olson 2-3. UW-WhitewaterLevell Coppage 42-386; Antwan Anderson 3-9; Jeff Donovan 4-6; Aaron Rusch 1-5.
PASSING: UW-Eau Claire-Kyle Paulson 26-37-0-223. UW-Whitewater-Jeff Donovan 14-20-0-185.
RECEIVING: UW-Eau Claire-Brett Schreiner 7-36; Cory Sartorelli 6-38; David Goodman 4-55; Spencer
Kehoe 4-54; Nils Dillon 3-25; Ryan Moertel 1-12; Mike O'Connell 1-3. UW-Whitewater-Adam Brandes 578; Max Wasikowski 3-43; Aaron Rusch 3-38; John Novak 1-11; Cory Robinson 1-8; Jordan Wells 1-7.
INTERCEPTIONS: UW-Eau Claire-None. UW-Whitewater-None.
FUMBLES: UW-Eau Claire-Brett Schreiner 1-0; Cory Sartorelli 1-0; Kyle Paulson 1-1. UW-WhitewaterLevell Coppage 2-2.
SACKS (UA-A): UW-Eau Claire-None. UW-Whitewater-Wesley Hicks 1-0.
123
TACKLES (UA-A): UW-Eau Claire-Chris Olson 6-2; Andy Neumann 2-8; Andrew Evanoff 4-3; Ryan Leis
4-3; Mark Bader 3-5; Granger Taft 4-1; Bryant Dorsey 2-3; Ryan Maher 2-3; Dan Kinsella 2-2; Rick Drews
2-2; Ben Shea 1-4; Kyle Thorpe 2-1; Jim Breuer 1-2; Tyler Janus 1-1; K. Stittleburg 1-1; Ryan Moertel 10; Dan Mahaffey 1-0; TEAM 1-0; Nick Brousseau 1-0; Matt Olson 1-0; Bill Albert 0-2. UW-WhitewaterPaul Wick 5-2; Kyle Supianoski 5-2; Matt McCulloch 5-0; Anthony White 4-2; Greg Arnold 4-2; Lane
Olson 3-4; Jon Baldwin 2-5; Troney Shumpert 3-1; Josh Williams 2-1; Max Ford 2-1; Wesley Hicks 1-3;
Justin Ankley 1-2; Jared Kiesow 1-1; Z. Christopherson 1-1; Sean Fancher 1-0; Casey Casper 1-0; Levell
Coppage 1-0; Graham Hall 0-2; Aaron Samplawski 0-1; Antwan Anderson 0-1; Jeremy Deibert 0-1; Tim
Depies 0-1; Luke Hibner 0-1.
Individual Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
UW-Eau Claire vs #2 UW-Whitewater (10/10/09 at Whitewater, WI)
UW-Eau Claire
Rushing
Cory Sartorelli
Kyle Paulson
Matt Olson
Totals...
No
22
5
2
29
Passing
Kyle Paulson
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
26-37-0
26-37-0
Receiving
Brett Schreiner
Cory Sartorelli
David Goodman
Spencer Kehoe
Nils Dillon
Ryan Moertel
Mike O'Connell
Totals...
No.
7
6
4
4
3
1
1
26
Yds
36
38
55
54
25
12
3
223
Punting
Austin Neu
Totals...
No.
4
4
Yds Avg
171 42.8
171 42.8
All Returns
Cory Sartorelli
Goodman
Chris Olson
Matt Olson
Totals...
Punts
No
0
1
0
0
1
Gain
85
70
3
158
Yds
0
1
0
0
1
Loss
10
18
0
28
Net
75
52
3
130
Yds
223
223
TD
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
2
Lg
0
1
0
0
1
TD
0
0
0
0
TD
2
2
Lg
18
55
3
55
Avg
3.4
10.4
1.5
4.5
Long
37
37
Sack
1
1
Long
13
18
37
26
11
12
3
37
Long
48
48
In20
1
1
Kickoffs
No
Yds
1
16
0
0
5
96
1
21
7
133
TB
1
1
Intercept
No
Yds
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Lg
16
0
24
21
24
Lg
0
0
0
0
0
UW-Whitewater
Rushing
Levell Coppage
Antwan Anderson
Jeff Donovan
Aaron Rusch
Totals...
No
42
3
4
1
50
Gain
387
9
7
5
408
Loss
1
0
1
0
2
Net
386
9
6
5
406
TD
3
1
0
0
4
Lg
47
4
4
5
47
Avg
9.2
3.0
1.5
5.0
8.1
124
Passing
Jeff Donovan
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
14-20-0
14-20-0
Receiving
Adam Brandes
Max Wasikowski
Aaron Rusch
John Novak
Cory Robinson
Jordan Wells
Totals...
No.
5
3
3
1
1
1
14
Yds
78
43
38
11
8
7
185
Punting
Kris Rosholt
Totals...
No.
1
1
Yds Avg
37
37.0
37
37.0
All Returns
Aaron Rusch
Luke Hibner
Samplawski
Totals...
Punts
No
3
0
0
3
Yds
50
0
0
50
Field goal attempts
Jeff Schebler
2nd
Jeff Schebler
3rd
Yds
185
185
TD
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
Long
44
44
Sack
0
0
Long
44
20
19
11
8
7
44
Long
37
37
In20
0
0
Kickoffs
No
Yds
0
0
1
8
2
33
3
41
Lg
19
0
0
19
13:12
09:33
TD
1
1
32 yds
33 yds
TB
0
0
Lg
0
8
18
18
Intercept
No
Yds
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Lg
0
0
0
0
Good
Missed
Defensive Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
UW-Eau Claire vs #2 UW-Whitewater (10/10/09 at Whitewater, WI)
UW-Eau Claire
##
33
44
53
51
23
37
35
17
91
42
39
29
97
3
49
95
18
68
34
TM
90
Player
Chris Olson
Andy Neumann
Ryan Leis
Andrew Evanoff
Mark Bader
Granger Taft
Bryant Dorsey
Ryan Maher
Dan Kinsella
Rick Drews
Ben Shea
Kyle Thorpe
Jim Breuer
Tyler Janus
K. Stittleburg
Dan Mahaffey
Ryan Moertel
Nick Brousseau
Matt Olson
TEAM
Bill Albert
Solo
6
2
4
4
3
4
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
.
Ast
2
8
3
3
5
1
3
3
2
2
4
1
2
1
1
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2
Tot
7.0
6.0
5.5
5.5
5.5
4.5
3.5
3.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
2.5
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
TFL/Yds
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1.0-1
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1-0
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UW-Whitewater
##
31
43
23
51
97
17
91
7
55
52
95
93
30
29
33
99
41
27
53
60
24
10
20
TM
Player
Solo
Paul Wick
5
Kyle Supianoski 5
Matt McCulloch
5
Greg Arnold
4
Anthony White
4
Lane Olson
3
Jon Baldwin
2
Troney Shumpert 3
Josh Williams
2
Max Ford
2
Wesley Hicks
1
Justin Ankley
1
Jared Kiesow
1
Z. Christopherson 1
Levell Coppage
1
Casey Casper
1
Sean Fancher
1
Graham Hall
.
Luke Hibner
.
Tim Depies
.
Antwan Anderson .
Aaron Samplawski .
Jeremy Deibert
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TEAM
.
Ast
2
2
.
2
2
4
5
1
1
1
3
2
1
1
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.
2
1
1
1
1
1
.
Tot
6.0
6.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
4.5
3.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
.
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1.0-1
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Box Score (Final)
#2 UW-Whitewater vs UW-Stout (10/17/09 at Menomonie, WI)
Score by Quarters
UW-Whitewater
UW-Stout
Scoring Summary:
1st
07:45
UWW
2nd
3rd
4th
07:23
01:58
00:04
11:09
03:03
11:37
UWW
STOUT
UWW
UWW
UWW
UWW
1
7
0
2
14
3
3
10
0
4
7
0
Score
38
Record: (6-0,3-0)
3
Record: (4-2,1-2)
John Novak 21 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 8-80 4:04,
UWW 7 - STOUT 0
Levell Coppage 1 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 18-74 8:11, UWW 14 - STOUT 0
Kyle Martin 31 yd field goal, 4-1 1:02, UWW 14 - STOUT 3
Jeff Donovan 5 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 11-52 1:48, UWW 21 - STOUT 3
Levell Coppage 5 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 8-68 3:45, UWW 28 - STOUT 3
Jeff Schebler 45 yd field goal, 8-36 5:11, UWW 31 - STOUT 3
Jordan Wells 9 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 9-49 4:35,
UWW 38 - STOUT 3
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
UWW
24
43-171
260
31-23-1
74-431
0-0
1-3
2-53
0-0
1-46.0
1-1
5-40
35:36
11 of 15
2 of 2
5-5
4-23
STOUT
12
28-54
131
28-16-0
56-185
0-0
0-0
7-136
1-74
3-40.3
0-0
4-30
24:24
5 of 13
0 of 4
1-2
0-0
RUSHING: UW-Whitewater-Levell Coppage 22-85; Antwan Anderson 11-62; C.J. Miller 4-13; Steve
McCollom 1-7; Jeff Donovan 2-6; LaVell Hewlett 3-minus 2. UW-Stout-Craig Warminski 12-48; Ron Fricke
5-8; Justin Hultman 1-6; Kyle Provos 3-6; John Sherman 1-2; Luke Rieger 1-minus 5; Ross Carey 5minus 11.
PASSING: UW-Whitewater-Jeff Donovan 23-30-1-260; TEAM 0-1-0-0. UW-Stout-Ross Carey 10-18-0-92;
Kyle Provos 6-10-0-39.
RECEIVING: UW-Whitewater-Jordan Wells 7-70; Aaron Rusch 5-75; Adam Brandes 5-72; John Novak 335; Levell Coppage 2-5; Max Wasikowski 1-3. UW-Stout-P. Mengelkoch 5-58; Demonte King 3-24; John
Sherman 2-36; Adam Winberg 2-9; Justin Hultman 2-minus 5; Craig Warminski 1-6; Luke Rieger 1-3.
INTERCEPTIONS: UW-Whitewater-None. UW-Stout-Adam Churchill 1-74.
FUMBLES: UW-Whitewater-C.J. Miller 1-1. UW-Stout-None.
SACKS (UA-A): UW-Whitewater-Greg Arnold 1-0; Tim Depies 1-0; Lane Olson 0-1; Max Ford 0-1; Justin
Ankley 1-0. UW-Stout-None.
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TACKLES (UA-A): UW-Whitewater-Kyle Supianoski 1-9; Paul Wick 1-7; Troney Shumpert 3-1; Sean
Fancher 3-0; Greg Arnold 2-2; Matt McCulloch 2-1; Jeremy Deibert 2-1; Derek Underwood 2-1; Anthony
White 1-3; Justin Ankley 1-3; Josh Williams 2-0; Stephan Jonsson 2-0; Graham Hall 2-0; Z.
Christopherson 1-2; Jared Kiesow 1-2; Kyle Zabel 1-1; Kyle Heller 1-0; Tim Depies 1-0; Wesley Hicks 0-2;
Lane Olson 0-2; Max Ford 0-1; Jake Keeser 0-1; Luke Hibner 0-1. UW-Stout-Ryan Pearcy 6-5; Adam
Churchill 4-6; Nick Bocik 4-4; Trevor Fiege 3-6; Kendall Wade 4-3; Justin Crooks 4-2; Andrew Jeske 3-3;
Shay Lehman 2-5; Marcus Ball 2-1; Brian Saaf 1-3; Greg Towner 1-2; John Sherman 1-0; Michael Berg
0-2; Jamin Ramsey 0-2; Mitch Ruesch 0-2; John Van Gundy 0-1; Jason Brenner 0-1.
Individual Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
#2 UW-Whitewater vs UW-Stout (10/17/09 at Menomonie, WI)
UW-Whitewater
Rushing
Levell Coppage
Antwan Anderson
C.J. Miller
Steve McCollom
Jeff Donovan
LaVell Hewlett
Totals...
No
22
11
4
1
2
3
43
Passing
Jeff Donovan
TEAM
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
23-30-1
0-1-0
23-31-1
Receiving
Jordan Wells
Aaron Rusch
Adam Brandes
John Novak
Levell Coppage
Max Wasikowski
Totals...
No.
7
5
5
3
2
1
23
Yds
70
75
72
35
5
3
260
Punting
Kris Rosholt
Totals...
No.
1
1
Yds Avg
46
46.0
46
46.0
All Returns
Aaron Rusch
Samplawski
Totals...
Punts
No
1
0
1
Field goal attempts
Jeff Schebler
3rd
Gain
88
62
14
7
6
1
178
Yds
3
0
3
Loss
3
0
1
0
0
3
7
Yds
260
0
260
TD
1
0
0
1
0
0
2
TD
2
0
0
0
1
0
3
TD
2
0
2
Lg
12
19
5
7
5
1
19
Avg
3.9
5.6
3.2
7.0
3.0
-0.7
4.0
Long
26
0
26
Sack
0
0
0
Long
17
24
26
21
4
3
26
Long
46
46
In20
0
0
Kickoffs
No
Yds
0
0
2
53
2
53
Lg
3
0
3
03:03
Net
85
62
13
7
6
-2
171
45 yds
TB
0
0
Intercept
No
Yds
0
0
0
0
0
0
Lg
0
32
32
Lg
0
0
0
Good
UW-Stout
Rushing
Craig Warminski
Ron Fricke
Kyle Provos
No
12
5
3
Gain
51
13
7
Loss
3
5
1
Net
48
8
6
TD
0
0
0
Lg
11
7
5
Avg
4.0
1.6
2.0
128
Justin Hultman
John Sherman
Luke Rieger
Ross Carey
Totals...
1
1
1
5
28
Passing
Ross Carey
Kyle Provos
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
10-18-0
6-10-0
16-28-0
Receiving
P. Mengelkoch
Demonte King
John Sherman
Adam Winberg
Justin Hultman
Craig Warminski
Luke Rieger
Totals...
No.
5
3
2
2
2
1
1
16
Yds
58
24
36
9
-5
6
3
131
TD
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Long
19
12
21
5
0
6
3
21
Punting
Kyle Martin
Ross Carey
Totals...
No.
2
1
3
Yds
82
39
121
Avg
41.0
39.0
40.3
Long
47
39
47
All Returns
Adam Winberg
Adam Churchill
Kendall Wade
Walker
Ron Fricke
Totals...
6
2
0
11
90
Punts
No
0
0
0
0
0
0
Yds
0
0
0
0
0
0
Field goal attempts
Kyle Martin
2nd
0
0
5
22
36
6
2
-5
-11
54
Yds
92
39
131
TD
0
0
0
6
2
0
9
11
6.0
2.0
-5.0
-2.2
1.9
Long
19
21
21
Sack
3
1
4
In20
1
0
1
Kickoffs
No
Yds
1
22
0
0
2
37
3
63
1
14
7
136
Lg
0
0
0
0
0
0
01:58
0
0
0
0
0
31 yds
TB
0
1
1
Lg
22
0
19
24
14
24
Intercept
No
Yds
0
0
1
74
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
74
Lg
0
74
0
0
0
74
Good
Defensive Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
#2 UW-Whitewater vs UW-Stout (10/17/09 at Menomonie, WI)
UW-Whitewater
##
43
31
7
41
51
28
23
20
97
93
27
Player
Kyle Supianoski
Paul Wick
Troney Shumpert
Sean Fancher
Greg Arnold
Derek Underwood
Matt McCulloch
Jeremy Deibert
Anthony White
Justin Ankley
Graham Hall
Solo
1
1
3
3
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
Ast
9
7
1
.
2
1
1
1
3
3
.
Tot
5.5
4.5
3.5
3.0
3.0
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.0
TFL/Yds
0.5-2
.
.
.
2.0-11
1.0-5
.
.
1.0-3
1.0-3
.
FF
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
FR-Yd
.
.
.
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Intc
.
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.
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BrUp
.
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.
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.
1
1
.
.
.
Blkd
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Sack/Yds
.
.
.
.
1.0/9
.
.
.
.
1.0/3
.
QBH
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
129
55
42
29
30
94
60
40
95
17
52
56
53
10
Josh Williams
2
Stephan Jonsson 2
Z. Christopherson 1
Jared Kiesow
1
Kyle Zabel
1
Tim Depies
1
Kyle Heller
1
Wesley Hicks
.
Lane Olson
.
Max Ford
.
Jake Keeser
.
Luke Hibner
.
Aaron Samplawski .
.
.
2
2
1
.
.
2
2
1
1
1
.
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
0.5
.
.
.
.
.
.
1.0-1
.
0.5-1
0.5-5
0.5-5
0.5-2
0.5-3
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1
.
.
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1.0/1
.
.
0.5/5
0.5/5
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Ast
5
6
4
6
3
2
3
5
1
3
2
.
2
2
2
1
1
Tot
8.5
7.0
6.0
6.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.5
2.5
2.5
2.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
TFL/Yds
1.0-2
.
1.5-1
.
.
.
.
.
.
0.5-1
.
.
0.5-1
.
.
0.5-2
.
FF
.
.
.
.
.
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
FR-Yd
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1-0
.
.
.
.
Intc
.
1-74
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
BrUp
.
.
.
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1
.
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Blkd
.
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.
.
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.
.
.
.
.
Sack/Yds
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
QBH
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
UW-Stout
##
54
8
42
3
1
40
21
4
43
56
49
31
92
26
46
94
19
Player
Ryan Pearcy
Adam Churchill
Nick Bocik
Trevor Fiege
Kendall Wade
Justin Crooks
Andrew Jeske
Shay Lehman
Marcus Ball
Brian Saaf
Greg Towner
John Sherman
Mitch Ruesch
Michael Berg
Jamin Ramsey
John Van Gundy
Jason Brenner
Solo
6
4
4
3
4
4
3
2
2
1
1
1
.
.
.
.
.
130
Box Score (Final)
UW-River Falls vs #2 UW-Whitewater (10/24/09 at Whitewater, WI)
Score by Quarters
UW-River Falls
UW-Whitewater
Scoring Summary:
2nd 06:44
UWW
01:33
UWW
00:07
UWW
3rd
4th
13:03
UWW
11:15
UWW
01:42
11:44
UWW
RF
01:27
RF
1
0
0
2
0
21
3
0
17
4
14
0
Score
14
Record: (2-5,0-4)
38
Record: (7-0,4-0)
Levell Coppage 4 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 8-72 3:48, RF 0 - UWW 7
Levell Coppage 5 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 7-61 2:48, RF 0 - UWW 14
Jordan Wells 36 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 8-60 0:54, RF
0 - UWW 21
Jordan Wells 35 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 4-76 1:51, RF
0 - UWW 28
Aaron Rusch 48 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 2-57 0:42, RF
0 - UWW 35
Jeff Schebler 35 yd field goal, 4-6 1:28, RF 0 - UWW 38
Ryan Hansen 28 yd pass from R. Luessenheide (Chad Blair kick), 11-74 4:51,
RF 7 - UWW 38
Ahmad Palmer 1 yd run (Chad Blair kick), 14-72 7:59, RF 14 - UWW 38
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
RF
17
53-146
103
17-10-0
70-249
0-0
1-0
7-124
1-0
8-29.1
0-0
0-0
36:00
6 of 18
3 of 3
1-1
1-8
UWW
17
26-113
353
28-19-1
54-466
0-0
2-15
2-36
0-0
3-39.3
0-0
4-39
24:00
5 of 11
1 of 1
3-4
1-9
RUSHING: UW-River Falls-Taylor Edwards 27-79; Ahmad Palmer 7-20; G. Klingelhutz 4-18; John
Schimenz 4-15; R. Luessenheide 10-12; B.J. Letourneau 1-2. UW-Whitewater-Levell Coppage 17-73; C.J.
Miller 5-28; Antwan Anderson 1-10; Steve McCollom 2-10; Jeff Donovan 1-minus 8.
PASSING: UW-River Falls-R. Luessenheide 8-15-0-76; B.J. Letourneau 2-2-0-27. UW-Whitewater-Jeff
Donovan 19-27-1-353; Steve McCollom 0-1-0-0.
RECEIVING: UW-River Falls-W. Schlichting 3-28; Eric Brewster 2-19; Joel Yogerst 2-16; G. Klingelhutz
2-12; Ryan Hansen 1-28. UW-Whitewater-Aaron Rusch 7-127; Jordan Wells 6-116; Adam Brandes 4-90;
Levell Coppage 1-11; Antwan Anderson 1-9.
INTERCEPTIONS: UW-River Falls-Matt Ainsworth 1-0. UW-Whitewater-None.
FUMBLES: UW-River Falls-None. UW-Whitewater-None.
SACKS (UA-A): UW-River Falls-Steve Marich 1-0. UW-Whitewater-Greg Arnold 1-0.
131
TACKLES (UA-A): UW-River Falls-Matt Guertin 4-5; Matt Gajewski 4-3; Matt Ainsworth 5-0; Cole Lowell
1-6; Ross Potter 3-1; Justin Eloranta 1-5; Keith Lofgren 2-2; Mike Larson 1-1; Steve Marich 1-1; Jeff
Turbett 1-0; Joel Yogerst 1-0; John Schimenz 1-0; Dan Wolf 1-0; Derek Nette 0-2; Ben Arata 0-2; Justin
Parsons 0-2; Brady Luebke 0-1; R. McKnuckles 0-1; Jacob Mandoza 0-1; Curtis Johnson 0-1. UWWhitewater-Aaron Samplawski 4-2; Justin Ankley 3-4; Jeremy Deibert 3-3; Wesley Hicks 2-5; Anthony
White 3-2; Paul Wick 3-1; Troney Shumpert 1-5; Casey Casper 1-5; Kyle Supianoski 0-7; Jared Kiesow 22; Lane Olson 1-4; Tim Depies 2-1; Matt McCulloch 1-3; Stephan Jonsson 1-3; Graham Hall 0-4; Derek
Underwood 0-4; Sean Fancher 1-1; Jovon Dixon 1-1; Max Ford 0-3; Greg Arnold 1-0; Luke Hibner 0-2;
Jake Keeser 0-2; Jon Baldwin 0-2; Sam Overton 0-1; Z. Christopherson 0-1; Kyle Zabel 0-1; Josh
Williams 0-1.
Individual Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
UW-River Falls vs #2 UW-Whitewater (10/24/09 at Whitewater, WI)
UW-River Falls
Rushing
Taylor Edwards
Ahmad Palmer
G. Klingelhutz
John Schimenz
R. Luessenheide
B.J. Letourneau
Totals...
No
27
7
4
4
10
1
53
Passing
R. Luessenheide
B.J. Letourneau
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
8-15-0
2-2-0
10-17-0
Receiving
W. Schlichting
Eric Brewster
Joel Yogerst
G. Klingelhutz
Ryan Hansen
Totals...
No.
3
2
2
2
1
10
Yds
28
19
16
12
28
103
Punting
D. Samplawski
Totals...
No.
8
8
Yds Avg
233 29.1
233 29.1
All Returns
G. Klingelhutz
Matt Ainsworth
R. McKnuckles
Totals...
Punts
No
1
0
0
1
Gain
84
20
18
15
23
2
162
Yds
0
0
0
0
Loss
5
0
0
0
11
0
16
Net
79
20
18
15
12
2
146
Yds
76
27
103
TD
0
0
0
0
1
1
Lg
0
0
0
0
TD
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
TD
1
0
1
Lg
13
12
8
6
10
2
13
Avg
2.9
2.9
4.5
3.8
1.2
2.0
2.8
Long
28
15
28
Sack
1
0
1
Long
15
11
10
6
28
28
Long
40
40
In20
2
2
Kickoffs
No
Yds
2
31
0
0
5
93
7
124
TB
0
0
Intercept
No
Yds
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
Lg
17
0
30
30
Lg
0
0
0
0
UW-Whitewater
Rushing
Levell Coppage
C.J. Miller
Antwan Anderson
Steve McCollom
No
17
5
1
2
Gain
75
29
10
10
Loss
2
1
0
0
Net
73
28
10
10
TD
2
0
0
0
Lg
15
13
10
6
Avg
4.3
5.6
10.0
5.0
132
Jeff Donovan
Totals...
1
26
Passing
Jeff Donovan
Steve McCollom
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
19-27-1
0-1-0
19-28-1
Receiving
Aaron Rusch
Jordan Wells
Adam Brandes
Levell Coppage
Antwan Anderson
Totals...
No.
7
6
4
1
1
19
Yds
127
116
90
11
9
353
Punting
Kris Rosholt
Totals...
No.
3
3
Yds Avg
118 39.3
118 39.3
All Returns
Aaron Rusch
Underwood
Samplawski
Totals...
0
124
Punts
No
2
0
0
2
Yds
15
0
0
15
Field goal attempts
Jeff Schebler
3rd
8
11
-8
113
Yds
353
0
353
TD
1
2
0
0
0
3
TD
3
0
3
0
15
-8.0
4.3
Long
48
0
48
Sack
1
0
1
Long
48
36
48
11
9
48
Long
40
40
In20
1
1
Kickoffs
No
Yds
0
0
1
17
1
19
2
36
Lg
11
0
0
11
01:42
0
2
35 yds
TB
0
0
Lg
0
17
19
19
Intercept
No
Yds
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Lg
0
0
0
0
Good
Defensive Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
UW-River Falls vs #2 UW-Whitewater (10/24/09 at Whitewater, WI)
UW-River Falls
##
2
4
21
36
9
6
41
58
56
5
27
26
17
59
92
29
51
30
28
Player
Matt Guertin
Matt Gajewski
Matt Ainsworth
Cole Lowell
Ross Potter
Justin Eloranta
Keith Lofgren
Mike Larson
Steve Marich
Jeff Turbett
Dan Wolf
John Schimenz
Joel Yogerst
Derek Nette
Justin Parsons
Ben Arata
Curtis Johnson
Brady Luebke
R. McKnuckles
Solo
4
4
5
1
3
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
Ast
5
3
.
6
1
5
2
1
1
.
.
.
.
2
2
2
1
1
1
Tot
6.5
5.5
5.0
4.0
3.5
3.5
3.0
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
0.5
TFL/Yds
.
.
.
1.0-2
.
.
.
.
1.0-8
.
1.0-1
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
FF
.
.
.
.
.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
.
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.
.
FR-Yd
.
.
.
.
.
.
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.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Intc
.
.
1-0
.
.
.
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.
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.
.
.
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.
.
BrUp
.
.
.
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.
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.
.
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.
.
.
1
Blkd
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Sack/Yds
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1.0/8
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
QBH
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
133
47 Jacob Mandoza
.
1
0.5 .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Ast
2
4
3
5
2
1
5
5
7
2
4
1
3
3
4
4
1
1
3
.
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
Tot
5.0
5.0
4.5
4.5
4.0
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.0
3.0
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
FF
.
.
.
.
.
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.
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.
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.
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FR-Yd
.
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.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Intc
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
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.
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BrUp
.
.
.
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.
.
.
1
.
.
.
2
.
.
.
.
.
.
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.
.
.
.
.
.
Blkd
.
.
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.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Sack/Yds
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1.0/9
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
QBH
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
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.
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.
UW-Whitewater
##
10
93
20
95
97
31
99
7
43
30
17
60
23
42
27
28
41
92
52
51
53
56
91
94
55
29
6
Player
Solo
Aaron Samplawski 4
Justin Ankley
3
Jeremy Deibert
3
Wesley Hicks
2
Anthony White
3
Paul Wick
3
Casey Casper
1
Troney Shumpert 1
Kyle Supianoski .
Jared Kiesow
2
Lane Olson
1
Tim Depies
2
Matt McCulloch
1
Stephan Jonsson 1
Graham Hall
.
Derek Underwood .
Sean Fancher
1
Jovon Dixon
1
Max Ford
.
Greg Arnold
1
Luke Hibner
.
Jake Keeser
.
Jon Baldwin
.
Kyle Zabel
.
Josh Williams
.
Z. Christopherson .
Sam Overton
.
TFL/Yds
.
1.0-3
.
0.5-0
.
.
.
.
.
.
1.0-2
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1.0-9
0.5-1
.
.
.
.
.
.
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Box Score (Final)
#2 UW-Whitewater vs UW-Stevens Point (10/31/09 at Stevens Point, Wis.)
Score by Quarters
UW-Whitewater
UW-Stevens Point
Scoring Summary:
1st
13:52
UWW
03:29
UWW
2nd 14:14
UWW
08:11
UWSP
3rd
10:24
UWW
4th
07:02
02:07
13:48
UWW
UWW
UWSP
03:37
UWW
1
14
0
2
7
6
3
17
0
4
3
6
Score
41
Record: (8-0,5-0)
12
Record: (5-3,4-1)
Antwan Anderson 1 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 4-47 0:52, UWW 7 - UWSP 0
Levell Coppage 68 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 2-68 1:20, UWW 14 - UWSP 0
Levell Coppage 3 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 2-8 0:38, UWW 21 - UWSP 0
Jared Jenkins 93 yd pass from Jared Beckwith (Andrew Clohan kick failed), 187 0:41, UWW 21 - UWSP 6
Aaron Rusch 16 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 9-74 4:30,
UWW 28 - UWSP 6
Levell Coppage 36 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 3-56 1:12, UWW 35 - UWSP 6
Jeff Schebler 18 yd field goal, 7-13 2:37, UWW 38 - UWSP 6
David Hammer 6 yd pass from Jared Beckwith (Jared Beckwith pass failed), 875 3:12, UWW 38 - UWSP 12
Jeff Schebler 22 yd field goal, 16-57 10:03, UWW 41 - UWSP 12
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
UWW
22
43-240
178
27-16-1
70-418
0-0
3-44
3-64
1-0
5-38.8
0-0
6-40
32:51
4 of 13
0 of 0
5-6
2-20
UWSP
13
26-54
269
35-20-1
61-323
0-0
1-9
8-170
1-0
7-24.4
1-0
8-59
27:09
2 of 13
1 of 4
1-1
1-5
RUSHING: UW-Whitewater-Levell Coppage 23-199; Antwan Anderson 16-45; Max Wasikowski 1-1; Jeff
Donovan 3-minus 5. UW-Stevens Point-G. Medenwald 14-46; Mike Ferron 2-17; Keith Ingram 3-8; Jared
Jenkins 1-7; T.C. Farber 1-3; Tyler Wolf 1-0; C. Zimmerman 1-minus 11; Jared Beckwith 3-minus 16.
PASSING: UW-Whitewater-Jeff Donovan 16-27-1-178. UW-Stevens Point-Jared Beckwith 18-33-1-256;
Tyler Wolf 2-2-0-13.
RECEIVING: UW-Whitewater-Jordan Wells 5-67; Aaron Rusch 5-52; Adam Brandes 2-28; Cory Robinson
1-10; John Novak 1-10; Levell Coppage 1-7; Jason Ford 1-4. UW-Stevens Point-Jared Jenkins 6-146;
Anthony Aker 5-27; David Hammer 4-58; Aaron Leonhardt 3-25; Mike Mullins 1-10; LaRon Wilder 1-3.
INTERCEPTIONS: UW-Whitewater-Jeff Schebler 1-0. UW-Stevens Point-Joe Mleziva 1-0.
FUMBLES: UW-Whitewater-None. UW-Stevens Point-G. Medenwald 1-0.
SACKS (UA-A): UW-Whitewater-Anthony White 1-0; Greg Arnold 1-0. UW-Stevens Point-Matt Lunder 1-0.
135
TACKLES (UA-A): UW-Whitewater-TEAM 8-0; Troney Shumpert 4-2; Kyle Supianoski 2-3; Jeremy
Deibert 3-0; Paul Wick 2-2; Greg Arnold 1-4; Matt McCulloch 2-1; Max Ford 1-3; Lane Olson 1-3; Jeff
Schebler 2-0; Aaron Samplawski 1-2; Anthony White 1-2; Josh Williams 1-1; Luke Hibner 1-1; Derek
Underwood 0-3; Z. Christopherson 0-3; Tim Depies 1-0; Jared Kiesow 1-0; Justin Ankley 0-2; Graham
Hall 0-1; LaVell Hewlett 0-1; Chris Pendergast 0-1; Wesley Hicks 0-1; Sean Fancher 0-1; Stephan
Jonsson 0-1. UW-Stevens Point-John Jones 6-9; Mike Krueger 3-7; Joe Mleziva 2-8; Matt Lunder 1-9;
Bryan Blum 3-4; Charlie Dercks 2-5; Peter Peterson 2-4; Kyle Schofield 0-7; Ben Kosiorek 0-6; TEAM 20; Kody Morgan 1-2; P. Follansbee-D 0-4; Jared Jenkins 1-0; Brandon Bruger 0-2; S. Winterfeldt 0-1; Joe
Gallion 0-1; Nicholas Winch 0-1.
Individual Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
#2 UW-Whitewater vs UW-Stevens Point (10/31/09 at Stevens Point, Wis.)
UW-Whitewater
Rushing
Levell Coppage
Antwan Anderson
Max Wasikowski
Jeff Donovan
Totals...
No
23
16
1
3
43
Passing
Jeff Donovan
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
16-27-1
16-27-1
Receiving
Jordan Wells
Aaron Rusch
Adam Brandes
Cory Robinson
John Novak
Levell Coppage
Jason Ford
Totals...
No.
5
5
2
1
1
1
1
16
Yds
67
52
28
10
10
7
4
178
Punting
Kris Rosholt
Totals...
No.
5
5
Yds Avg
194 38.8
194 38.8
All Returns
Aaron Rusch
Samplawski
Jeff Schebler
Jonsson
TEAM
Totals...
Punts
No
1
0
0
1
1
3
Field goal attempts
Jeff Schebler
3rd
Jeff Schebler
4th
Gain
202
51
1
1
255
Yds
14
0
0
19
11
44
Loss
3
6
0
6
15
Yds
178
178
TD
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
Lg
14
0
0
0
0
14
02:07
03:37
Net
199
45
1
-5
240
TD
3
1
0
0
4
TD
1
1
Lg
68
7
1
1
68
Avg
8.7
2.8
1.0
-1.7
5.6
Long
29
29
Sack
1
1
Long
29
16
18
10
10
7
4
29
Long
48
48
In20
1
1
Kickoffs
No
Yds
0
0
3
64
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
64
18 yds
22 yds
TB
0
0
Lg
0
27
0
0
0
27
Intercept
No
Yds
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
Lg
0
0
0
0
0
0
Good
Good
136
UW-Stevens Point
Rushing
G. Medenwald
Mike Ferron
Keith Ingram
Jared Jenkins
T.C. Farber
Tyler Wolf
C. Zimmerman
Jared Beckwith
Totals...
No
14
2
3
1
1
1
1
3
26
Passing
Jared Beckwith
Tyler Wolf
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
18-33-1
2-2-0
20-35-1
Receiving
Jared Jenkins
Anthony Aker
David Hammer
Aaron Leonhardt
Mike Mullins
LaRon Wilder
Totals...
No.
6
5
4
3
1
1
20
Yds
146
27
58
25
10
3
269
TD
1
0
1
0
0
0
2
Long
93
12
43
11
10
3
93
Punting
Jared Jenkins
B. Matznick
TEAM
Totals...
No.
4
1
2
7
Yds
141
30
0
171
Avg
35.2
30.0
0.0
24.4
Long
37
30
0
37
All Returns
LaRon Wilder
Joe Mleziva
Bryan Blum
C. Zimmerman
Totals...
Punts
No
0
0
1
0
1
Gain
47
17
8
7
3
0
0
4
86
Yds
0
0
9
0
9
Loss
1
0
0
0
0
0
11
20
32
Net
46
17
8
7
3
0
-11
-16
54
Yds
256
13
269
Lg
0
0
9
0
9
TD
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
TD
2
0
2
Lg
9
10
6
7
3
0
0
4
10
Avg
3.3
8.5
2.7
7.0
3.0
0.0
-11.0
-5.3
2.1
Long
93
10
93
In20
1
0
0
1
Kickoffs
No
Yds
2
61
0
0
0
0
6
109
8
170
Sack
2
0
2
TB
0
0
0
0
Lg
36
0
0
31
36
Intercept
No
Yds
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
Lg
0
0
0
0
0
Defensive Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
#2 UW-Whitewater vs UW-Stevens Point (10/31/09 at Stevens Point, Wis.)
UW-Whitewater
##
TM
7
43
20
31
51
23
17
52
Player
TEAM
Troney Shumpert
Kyle Supianoski
Jeremy Deibert
Paul Wick
Greg Arnold
Matt McCulloch
Lane Olson
Max Ford
Solo
8
4
2
3
2
1
2
1
1
Ast
.
2
3
.
2
4
1
3
3
Tot
8.0
5.0
3.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
2.5
2.5
2.5
TFL/Yds
.
1.0-4
.
.
.
2.0-14
.
.
.
FF
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
FR-Yd
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Intc
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
BrUp
.
4
.
.
2
.
.
2
.
Blkd
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Sack/Yds
.
.
.
.
.
1.0/8
.
.
.
QBH
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
137
11
10
97
55
53
29
28
60
30
93
22
95
27
42
41
21
Jeff Schebler
2
Aaron Samplawski 1
Anthony White
1
Josh Williams
1
Luke Hibner
1
Z. Christopherson .
Derek Underwood .
Tim Depies
1
Jared Kiesow
1
Justin Ankley
.
LaVell Hewlett
.
Wesley Hicks
.
Graham Hall
.
Stephan Jonsson .
Sean Fancher
.
Chris Pendergast .
.
2
2
1
1
3
3
.
.
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
.
.
1.5-18
.
.
.
.
.
.
0.5-0
.
.
.
.
.
.
Ast
9
7
8
9
4
5
4
7
6
.
2
4
.
2
1
1
1
Tot TFL/Yds
10.5 2.0-3
6.5 .
6.0 .
5.5 2.5-7
5.0 .
4.5 1.0-2
4.0 0.5-1
3.5 0.5-0
3.0 0.5-0
2.0 .
2.0 .
2.0 0.5-1
1.0 .
1.0 0.5-0
0.5 .
0.5 .
0.5 .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1-0
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1
.
.
.
.
1.0/12
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
FF
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
FR-Yd
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Intc
.
.
1-0
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
BrUp
.
2
.
.
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Blkd
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Sack/Yds
.
.
.
1.0/5
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
QBH
.
.
.
1
.
2
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
UW-Stevens Point
##
8
18
24
50
5
96
20
44
57
TM
3
98
1
46
78
39
72
Player
John Jones
Mike Krueger
Joe Mleziva
Matt Lunder
Bryan Blum
Charlie Dercks
Peter Peterson
Kyle Schofield
Ben Kosiorek
TEAM
Kody Morgan
P. Follansbee-D
Jared Jenkins
Brandon Bruger
Joe Gallion
Nicholas Winch
S. Winterfeldt
Solo
6
3
2
1
3
2
2
.
.
2
1
.
1
.
.
.
.
138
Box Score (Final)
UW-Oshkosh vs #2 UW-Whitewater (Nov 7, 2009 at Whitewater,WI)
Score by Quarters
UW-Oshkosh
UW-Whitewater
Scoring Summary:
1st
02:43
UWW
2nd 05:34
UWW
00:02
UWW
3rd
09:38
UWW
4th
13:57
09:57
02:54
UWW
UWW
OSH
00:52
UWW
1
0
7
2
0
10
3
0
6
4
7
17
Score
7
Record: (4-5,2-4)
40
Record: (9-0,6-0)
Levell Coppage 5 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 12-70 5:47, OSH 0 - UWW 7
Levell Coppage 6 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 14-89 7:43, OSH 0 - UWW 14
Jeff Schebler 35 yd field goal, 11-47 2:56, OSH 0 - UWW 17
John Novak 11 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick failed), 11-65
0:00, OSH 0 - UWW 23
Jeff Schebler 39 yd field goal, 10-42 5:03, OSH 0 - UWW 26
Levell Coppage 66 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 2-72 0:27, OSH 0 - UWW 33
Paul Coburn 75 yd pass from Tyler Wegner (Andy Lindsay kick), 4-90 1:50,
OSH 7 - UWW 33
C.J. Miller 8 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 4-28 1:52, OSH 7 - UWW 40
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
OSH
12
22-71
238
32-21-0
54-309
0-0
0-0
8-139
1-3
6-35.2
0-0
4-34
32:21
5 of 13
0 of 2
0-1
0-0
UWW
31
43-277
243
35-30-1
78-520
0-0
3-7
2-88
0-0
2-45.5
0-0
4-25
34:38
8 of 11
0 of 0
5-5
0-0
RUSHING: UW-Oshkosh-Nate Wara 8-34; C. Weissman 6-21; Jeremy Roach 4-8; Duane Hartkopf 2-7;
Jamie Braasch 1-3; Tyler Wegner 1-minus 2. UW-Whitewater-Levell Coppage 27-209; C.J. Miller 4-28;
Antwan Anderson 4-27; Jeff Donovan 5-11; Matt McCulloch 1-7; Matt Blanchard 2-minus 5.
PASSING: UW-Oshkosh-Nate Wara 19-30-0-145; Tyler Wegner 2-2-0-93. UW-Whitewater-Jeff Donovan
29-33-1-229; Matt Blanchard 1-2-0-14.
RECEIVING: UW-Oshkosh-C. Weissman 4-30; Jamie Braasch 3-48; Paul Coburn 2-77; Matt Haass 2-22;
Garrie Fox 2-20; Duane Hartkopf 2-13; Jeremy Roach 2-5; Ben Rosandick 1-18; Jon Krysiak 1-5; Juston
Wara 1-3; Justin Budiac 1-minus 3. UW-Whitewater-Jordan Wells 12-90; Adam Brandes 5-60; David Leaf
4-33; John Novak 4-19; Antwan Anderson 2-20; Levell Coppage 2-11; Max Wasikowski 1-10.
INTERCEPTIONS: UW-Oshkosh-Logan Heyden 1-3. UW-Whitewater-None.
FUMBLES: UW-Oshkosh-None. UW-Whitewater-None.
SACKS (UA-A): UW-Oshkosh-None. UW-Whitewater-None.
139
TACKLES (UA-A): UW-Oshkosh-James Taraboi 10-6; Frank Martin 9-2; Jack Breese 6-8; Jake Schnetzer
4-4; Nate Heard 3-4; Charlie Stueck 3-0; Andy Kremel 1-3; Cameron Heilman 1-3; Kris Straughter 2-0;
Micheal Carter 1-2; Logan Heyden 1-1; Kyle Lutz 1-0; Zach Wettengel 1-0; Jake Bauer 1-0; Dan
Swanson 0-2; Brent Aaron 0-2; Vince Sciano 0-2; Luke Bingen 0-1; Justin Budiac 0-1; Andrew Thompson
0-1. UW-Whitewater-Jeremy Deibert 5-1; Kyle Supianoski 4-3; Troney Shumpert 4-1; Paul Wick 2-2; Tim
Depies 2-2; Wesley Hicks 2-1; Matt McCulloch 2-1; Sam Overton 2-0; C.J. Miller 2-0; Josh Williams 1-2;
Max Ford 1-1; Anthony White 1-1; Lane Olson 1-1; Justin Ankley 0-3; Kevin Utz 1-0; Jared Kiesow 1-0;
LaVell Hewlett 1-0; David Leaf 1-0; Z. Christopherson 1-0; Derek Underwood 1-0; Greg Arnold 0-2;
Aaron Samplawski 0-1; Graham Hall 0-1; Jon Baldwin 0-1.
Individual Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
UW-Oshkosh vs #2 UW-Whitewater (Nov 7, 2009 at Whitewater,WI)
UW-Oshkosh
Rushing
Nate Wara
C. Weissman
Jeremy Roach
Duane Hartkopf
Jamie Braasch
Tyler Wegner
Totals...
No
8
6
4
2
1
1
22
Passing
Nate Wara
Tyler Wegner
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
19-30-0
2-2-0
21-32-0
Receiving
C. Weissman
Jamie Braasch
Paul Coburn
Matt Haass
Garrie Fox
Duane Hartkopf
Jeremy Roach
Ben Rosandick
Jon Krysiak
Juston Wara
Justin Budiac
Totals...
No.
4
3
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
21
Yds
30
48
77
22
20
13
5
18
5
3
-3
238
Punting
Kyle Calhoun
Totals...
No.
6
6
Yds Avg
211 35.2
211 35.2
Punts
All Returns
No
Duane Hartkopf 0
Jeremy Roach 0
Jake Bauer
0
Logan Heyden 0
Totals...
0
Gain
34
21
8
7
3
0
73
Yds
0
0
0
0
0
Loss
0
0
0
0
0
2
2
Yds
145
93
238
TD
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
Lg
0
0
0
0
0
Net
34
21
8
7
3
-2
71
TD
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
TD
0
1
1
Lg
14
9
3
6
3
0
14
Avg
4.2
3.5
2.0
3.5
3.0
-2.0
3.2
Long
41
75
75
Sack
0
0
0
Long
10
41
75
11
14
8
4
18
5
3
0
75
Long
41
41
In20
1
1
Kickoffs
No
Yds
1
17
6
116
1
6
0
0
8
139
TB
0
0
Lg
17
23
6
0
23
Intercept
No
Yds
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
3
1
3
Lg
0
0
0
3
3
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UW-Whitewater
Rushing
Levell Coppage
C.J. Miller
Antwan Anderson
Jeff Donovan
Matt McCulloch
Matt Blanchard
Totals...
No
27
4
4
5
1
2
43
Passing
Jeff Donovan
Matt Blanchard
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
29-33-1
1-2-0
30-35-1
Receiving
Jordan Wells
Adam Brandes
David Leaf
John Novak
Antwan Anderson
Levell Coppage
Max Wasikowski
Totals...
No.
12
5
4
4
2
2
1
30
Yds
90
60
33
19
20
11
10
243
Punting
Kris Rosholt
Totals...
No.
2
2
Yds Avg
91
45.5
91
45.5
All Returns
Zach Howard
Samplawski
Totals...
Gain
209
28
27
12
7
6
289
Punts
No
3
0
3
Yds
7
0
7
Field goal attempts
Jeff Schebler
2nd
Jeff Schebler
4th
Loss
0
0
0
1
0
11
12
Yds
229
14
243
TD
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
Lg
7
0
7
00:02
13:57
Net
209
28
27
11
7
-5
277
TD
3
1
0
0
0
0
4
TD
1
0
1
Lg
66
8
10
5
7
6
66
Avg
7.7
7.0
6.8
2.2
7.0
-2.5
6.4
Long
18
14
18
Sack
0
0
0
Long
18
15
14
11
15
8
10
18
Long
48
48
In20
1
1
Kickoffs
No
Yds
0
0
2
88
2
88
35 yds
39 yds
TB
1
1
Lg
0
60
60
Intercept
No
Yds
0
0
0
0
0
0
Lg
0
0
0
Good
Good
Defensive Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
UW-Oshkosh vs #2 UW-Whitewater (Nov 7, 2009 at Whitewater,WI)
UW-Oshkosh
##
44
20
7
2
3
19
8
91
99
Player
James Taraboi
Frank Martin
Jack Breese
Jake Schnetzer
Nate Heard
Charlie Stueck
Cameron Heilman
Andy Kremel
Kris Straughter
Solo
10
9
6
4
3
3
1
1
2
Ast
6
2
8
4
4
.
3
3
.
Tot TFL/Yds
13.0 1.0-11
10.0 .
10.0 .
6.0 .
5.0 .
3.0 .
2.5 .
2.5 .
2.0 .
FF
.
.
.
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.
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.
FR-Yd
.
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Intc
.
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.
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.
BrUp
.
1
.
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.
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.
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Blkd
.
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.
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.
Sack/Yds
.
.
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.
.
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.
.
.
QBH
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
141
22
36
48
21
53
92
96
79
95
28
90
Micheal Carter
1
Logan Heyden
1
Zach Wettengel
1
Jake Bauer
1
Kyle Lutz
1
Dan Swanson
.
Vince Sciano
.
Brent Aaron
.
Andrew Thompson .
Justin Budiac
.
Luke Bingen
.
2
1
.
.
.
2
2
2
1
1
1
2.0
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
0.5
.
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1-3
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.
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.
.
.
.
.
.
Ast
1
3
1
2
2
1
1
.
.
2
1
1
1
3
.
.
.
.
.
.
2
1
1
1
Tot
5.5
5.5
4.5
3.0
3.0
2.5
2.5
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
0.5
TFL/Yds
.
.
1.0-3
.
.
.
.
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.
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.
.
.
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.
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.
.
.
FF
.
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FR-Yd
.
.
.
.
.
.
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.
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.
.
.
Intc
.
.
.
.
.
.
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BrUp
.
.
1
.
.
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.
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.
1
.
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.
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.
1
.
.
1
.
Blkd
.
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.
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Sack/Yds
.
.
.
.
.
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.
.
.
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.
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.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
QBH
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
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.
.
.
.
.
.
UW-Whitewater
##
20
43
7
60
31
95
23
6
2
55
17
97
52
93
30
22
54
28
19
29
51
91
27
10
Player
Solo
Jeremy Deibert
5
Kyle Supianoski 4
Troney Shumpert 4
Tim Depies
2
Paul Wick
2
Wesley Hicks
2
Matt McCulloch
2
Sam Overton
2
C.J. Miller
2
Josh Williams
1
Lane Olson
1
Anthony White
1
Max Ford
1
Justin Ankley
.
Jared Kiesow
1
LaVell Hewlett
1
Kevin Utz
1
Derek Underwood 1
David Leaf
1
Z. Christopherson 1
Greg Arnold
.
Jon Baldwin
.
Graham Hall
.
Aaron Samplawski .
142
Box Score (Final)
#2 UW-Whitewater vs UW-La Crosse (Nov 14, 2009 at La Crosse, Wis.)
Score by Quarters
UW-Whitewater
UW-La Crosse
Scoring Summary:
1st
09:22
UWW
2nd
3rd
4th
06:09
UWW
12:37
08:23
UWL
UWW
00:48
11:19
04:59
13:48
10:09
08:18
04:43
01:28
UWW
UWW
UWW
UWW
UWW
UWL
UWW
UWL
1
14
0
2
9
7
3
14
0
4
21
14
Score
58
Record: (10-0,7-0)
21
Record: (5-5,2-5)
Jordan Wells 4 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 3-11 1:08,
UWW 7 - UWL 0
Jordan Wells 61 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 3-85 1:26,
UWW 14 - UWL 0
Lee Lauters 1 yd run (Dylan Rude kick), 12-62 5:06, UWW 14 - UWL 7
Adam Brandes 4 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 8-40 4:03,
UWW 21 - UWL 7
TEAM safety, , UWW 23 - UWL 7
Levell Coppage 2 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 8-53 3:38, UWW 30 - UWL 7
Levell Coppage 4 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 3-73 1:17, UWW 37 - UWL 7
Antwan Anderson 3 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 10-40 4:55, UWW 44 - UWL 7
Antwan Anderson 5 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 8-54 3:27, UWW 51 - UWL 7
Brock Larson 1 yd run (Dylan Rude kick), 6-35 1:42, UWW 51 - UWL 14
C.J. Miller 8 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 3-69 1:09, UWW 58 - UWL 14
Nate Ward 9 yd pass from Dan Trussoni (Dylan Rude kick), 8-47 3:06, UWW
58 - UWL 21
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
UWW
21
43-313
281
24-14-0
67-594
0-0
3-36
2-66
2-28
2-40.0
1-1
2-25
28:03
5 of 11
3 of 3
7-7
3-22
UWL
17
40-98
190
35-21-2
75-288
1-36
0-0
9-234
0-0
5-32.0
2-1
5-41
31:57
7 of 18
3 of 5
3-5
0-0
RUSHING: UW-Whitewater-Levell Coppage 15-144; C.J. Miller 4-76; Antwan Anderson 18-69; Matt
Blanchard 3-16; Jeff Donovan 1-5; Aaron Rusch 1-4; TEAM 1-minus 1. UW-La Crosse-Brock Larson 962; Lee Lauters 18-28; Dan Trussoni 2-6; Jason Church 3-2; Nick Anker 8-0.
PASSING: UW-Whitewater-Jeff Donovan 13-22-0-259; Matt Blanchard 1-2-0-22. UW-La Crosse-Nick
Anker 17-27-2-148; Dan Trussoni 4-8-0-42.
RECEIVING: UW-Whitewater-Adam Brandes 4-98; Jordan Wells 3-78; Levell Coppage 2-49; Aaron
Rusch 2-16; Jason Ford 1-22; Antwan Anderson 1-11; John Novak 1-7. UW-La Crosse-Travis Bordeau 743; Tyler Keeney 4-77; Alex Maxinoski 3-29; Kyle Steffen 3-16; Dan Sellers 2-6; Ross Slovensky 1-10;
Nate Ward 1-9.
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INTERCEPTIONS: UW-Whitewater-Z. Christopherson 1-28; Sam Overton 1-0. UW-La Crosse-None.
FUMBLES: UW-Whitewater-Adam Brandes 1-1. UW-La Crosse-Lee Lauters 1-1; Ross Slovensky 1-0.
SACKS (UA-A): UW-Whitewater-Wesley Hicks 1-0; Lane Olson 1-0; Anthony White 1-0. UW-La CrosseNone.
TACKLES (UA-A): UW-Whitewater-Lane Olson 6-3; Derek Underwood 6-0; Paul Wick 5-1; Troney
Shumpert 4-2; Jeremy Deibert 4-1; Tim Depies 4-0; Anthony White 4-0; Matt McCulloch 4-0; Stephan
Jonsson 4-0; Max Ford 3-1; Jon Baldwin 3-1; Z. Christopherson 2-2; Kyle Supianoski 1-3; Wesley Hicks
2-0; Jake Keeser 2-0; Justin Ankley 1-0; Josh Williams 1-0; Sam Overton 1-0; Kyle Zabel 1-0; Antwan
Anderson 1-0; Graham Hall 1-0. UW-La Crosse-Dustin Drath 7-0; Justin Hartwig 6-1; Aaron Johnson 5-1;
Matthew Buswell 5-0; Jim Litscher 4-0; Matt Winney 3-1; Derek Dreher 3-0; Blake Roemer 2-2; Billy
Niggeman 2-0; Dale Skrzypchak 2-0; Joshua Bruner 1-0; Chris Anicete 1-0; Matt McGilliard 1-0; J.
Flancher 1-0; Kyle Steffen 1-0; Jared Filo 1-0; Jason Church 1-0; N. Matthews 1-0; Travis Bordeau
1-0; Tom Makens 0-1.
Individual Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
#2 UW-Whitewater vs UW-La Crosse (Nov 14, 2009 at La Crosse, Wis.)
UW-Whitewater
Rushing
Levell Coppage
C.J. Miller
Antwan Anderson
Matt Blanchard
Jeff Donovan
Aaron Rusch
TEAM
Totals...
No
15
4
18
3
1
1
1
43
Gain
145
76
71
16
5
4
0
317
Loss
1
0
2
0
0
0
1
4
Passing
Jeff Donovan
Matt Blanchard
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
13-22-0
1-2-0
14-24-0
Receiving
Adam Brandes
Jordan Wells
Levell Coppage
Aaron Rusch
Jason Ford
Antwan Anderson
John Novak
Totals...
No.
4
3
2
2
1
1
1
14
Yds
98
78
49
16
22
11
7
281
Punting
Kris Rosholt
Totals...
No.
2
2
Yds Avg
80
40.0
80
40.0
All Returns
Aaron Rusch
Underwood
Punts
No
Yds
1
-1
0
0
Yds
259
22
281
TD
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
3
Lg
0
0
Net
144
76
69
16
5
4
-1
313
TD
2
1
2
0
0
0
0
5
TD
3
0
3
Lg
68
57
8
10
5
4
0
68
Avg
9.6
19.0
3.8
5.3
5.0
4.0
-1.0
7.3
Long
70
22
70
Sack
0
0
0
Long
70
61
28
10
22
11
7
70
Long
44
44
In20
1
1
Kickoffs
No
Yds
0
0
1
54
TB
1
1
Lg
0
54
Intercept
No
Yds
0
0
0
0
Lg
0
0
144
Christopherson
Wasikowski
Tim Depies
Sam Overton
Zach Howard
Totals...
0
0
1
0
1
3
0
0
4
0
33
36
0
0
0
0
33
33
0
1
0
0
0
2
0
12
0
0
0
66
0
12
0
0
0
54
1
0
0
1
0
2
28
0
0
0
0
28
28
0
0
0
0
28
UW-La Crosse
Rushing
Brock Larson
Lee Lauters
Dan Trussoni
Jason Church
Nick Anker
Totals...
No
9
18
2
3
8
40
Passing
Nick Anker
Dan Trussoni
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
17-27-2
4-8-0
21-35-2
Receiving
Travis Bordeau
Tyler Keeney
Alex Maxinoski
Kyle Steffen
Dan Sellers
Ross Slovensky
Nate Ward
Totals...
No.
7
4
3
3
2
1
1
21
Yds
43
77
29
16
6
10
9
190
TD
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
Long
16
36
19
9
4
10
9
36
Punting
TEAM
C. Hallingstad
Totals...
No.
1
4
5
Yds
0
160
160
Avg
0.0
40.0
32.0
Long
0
43
43
All Returns
Dan Sellers
Matt Winney
Totals...
Punts
No
0
0
0
Gain
62
42
6
2
22
134
Yds
0
0
0
Loss
0
14
0
0
22
36
Net
62
28
6
2
0
98
Yds
148
42
190
Lg
0
0
0
TD
1
1
0
0
0
2
TD
0
1
1
Lg
23
9
4
1
7
23
Avg
6.9
1.6
3.0
0.7
0.0
2.5
Long
36
16
36
Sack
3
0
3
In20
0
2
2
Kickoffs
No
Yds
4
96
5
138
9
234
TB
0
0
0
Lg
39
53
53
Intercept
No
Yds
0
0
0
0
0
0
Lg
0
0
0
Defensive Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
#2 UW-Whitewater vs UW-La Crosse (Nov 14, 2009 at La Crosse, Wis.)
UW-Whitewater
##
17
28
31
7
20
60
97
Player
Lane Olson
Derek Underwood
Paul Wick
Troney Shumpert
Jeremy Deibert
Tim Depies
Anthony White
Solo
6
6
5
4
4
4
4
Ast
3
.
1
2
1
.
.
Tot
7.5
6.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.0
4.0
TFL/Yds
2.5-8
.
.
1.0-1
.
.
1.0-10
FF
.
1
.
.
.
.
.
FR-Yd
.
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.
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.
.
Intc
.
.
.
.
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.
.
BrUp
.
.
.
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.
1
Blkd
.
.
.
.
.
1
.
Sack/Yds
1.0/4
.
.
.
.
.
1.0/10
QBH
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
145
42
23
52
91
29
43
56
95
24
55
27
93
6
94
TM
Stephan Jonsson
Matt McCulloch
Max Ford
Jon Baldwin
Z. Christopherson
Kyle Supianoski
Jake Keeser
Wesley Hicks
Antwan Anderson
Josh Williams
Graham Hall
Justin Ankley
Sam Overton
Kyle Zabel
TEAM
4
4
3
3
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
.
.
.
1
1
2
3
.
.
.
.
.
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.
.
.
4.0
4.0
3.5
3.5
3.0
2.5
2.0
2.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
.
.
.
1.0-1
.
.
0.5-0
.
1.0-8
.
.
.
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.
1
.
.
.
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.
1-0
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
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.
.
.
1-28
.
.
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.
1-0
.
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.
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.
.
.
.
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.
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.
.
.
.
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.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1.0/8
.
.
.
.
.
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.
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.
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.
.
Solo
7
6
5
5
4
3
3
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
.
Ast
.
1
1
.
.
1
.
2
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1
Tot
7.0
6.5
5.5
5.0
4.0
3.5
3.0
3.0
2.0
2.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
TFL/Yds
.
2.0-3
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
FF
.
.
.
.
.
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
FR-Yd
1-36
.
.
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.
.
.
.
.
.
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.
.
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.
.
.
.
.
Intc
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
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.
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.
BrUp
.
.
.
.
.
2
2
.
.
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1
.
.
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.
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Blkd
.
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.
.
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.
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.
.
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.
.
.
.
.
Sack/Yds
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
QBH
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
UW-La Crosse
##
28
42
53
15
59
33
30
51
75
21
32
49
25
95
98
99
82
44
3
50
Player
Dustin Drath
Justin Hartwig
Aaron Johnson
Matthew Buswell
Jim Litscher
Matt Winney
Derek Dreher
Blake Roemer
Dale Skrzypchak
Billy Niggeman
Joshua Bruner
Jared Filo
Matt McGilliard
Chris Anicete
J. Flancher
N. Matthews
Kyle Steffen
Jason Church
Travis Bordeau
Tom Makens
146
Box Score (Final)
Lakeland College vs #2 UW-Whitewater (Nov 21, 2009 at Whitewater, WI)
Score by Quarters
Lakeland College
UW-Whitewater
Scoring Summary:
1st
13:52
UWW
2nd
3rd
07:28
LC
05:28
02:28
11:08
UWW
UWW
UWW
06:18
04:44
13:17
09:03
04:34
01:06
UWW
UWW
UWW
UWW
UWW
UWW
1
7
21
2
0
21
3
0
28
4
0
0
Score
7
Record: (6-5,6-1)
70
Record: (11-0,7-0)
Jordan Wells 55 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 1-55 0:09, LC
0 - UWW 7
Jake Heinemeyer 5 yd pass from Jake Dworak (Nic Horstmeier kick), 11-76
6:18, LC 7 - UWW 7
Levell Coppage 42 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 4-72 1:55, LC 7 - UWW 14
Levell Coppage 1 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 5-33 2:09, LC 7 - UWW 21
Aaron Rusch 13 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 7-41 3:35, LC
7 - UWW 28
Levell Coppage 1 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 7-65 3:29, LC 7 - UWW 35
Matt McCulloch 39 yd interception return (Jeff Schebler kick), , LC 7 - UWW 42
Antwan Anderson 28 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 4-56 1:35, LC 7 - UWW 49
Antwan Anderson 13 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 5-51 2:09, LC 7 - UWW 56
C.J. Miller 6 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 5-40 3:41, LC 7 - UWW 63
C.J. Miller 1 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 4-20 1:43, LC 7 - UWW 70
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
LC
7
35-63
147
22-12-5
57-210
0-0
0-0
11-137
0-0
4-34.8
2-1
6-62
29:28
6 of 15
0 of 1
1-1
0-0
UWW
26
47-353
148
13-10-0
60-501
0-0
1-9
2-37
5-91
2-33.0
0-0
5-46
30:32
5 of 8
0 of 1
6-7
1-1
RUSHING: Lakeland College-Adam Miller 13-25; Jake Dworak 6-12; Derek Dolgner 3-10; Jake
Heinemeyer 3-9; Jeremy Williams 8-6; Justin Laack 2-1. UW-Whitewater-Levell Coppage 12-142; Antwan
Anderson 11-88; C.J. Miller 16-87; Matt Blanchard 4-34; Jeff Donovan 1-2; Bernie Tamsett 1-0; Steve
McCollom 2-0.
PASSING: Lakeland College-Jake Dworak 11-21-5-144; Jake Heinemeyer 1-1-0-3. UW-Whitewater-Jeff
Donovan 7-9-0-129; Matt Blanchard 3-4-0-19.
RECEIVING: Lakeland College-Roberto Flores 6-102; Jake Heinemeyer 4-36; Adam Miller 1-6; Justin
Laack 1-3. UW-Whitewater-Aaron Rusch 3-30; Jordan Wells 2-66; Levell Coppage 2-13; Jason Ford 115; Cory Robinson 1-15; Max Wasikowski 1-9.
INTERCEPTIONS: Lakeland College-None. UW-Whitewater-Paul Wick 2-4; Matt McCulloch 1-39; Troney
Shumpert 1-28; Josh Williams 1-20.
147
FUMBLES: Lakeland College-Jake Dworak 1-0; Jeremy Williams 1-1. UW-Whitewater-None.
SACKS (UA-A): Lakeland College-None. UW-Whitewater-Luke Hibner 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Lakeland College-Bryan Groshek 6-2; Will Baldwin 4-4; Jamie Schramm 4-1; Brandon
Wolff 3-3; Tony Faller 3-2; Joey O'Brien 2-3; Blaine Hornes 3-0; Matt Peroutky 2-1; Bill Wood 2-1; Keith
Woodson 2-0; Eric Panske 1-2; Adam Miller 1-1; Derryon Smith 1-0; Roberto Flores 1-0; Nic Horstmeier
1-0; Josh Gordon 1-0; Kellen Grott 1-0; Tyree Curry 0-2; Jarred Querio 0-2; Antonio Hudson 0-1; T.J.
Kinjerski 0-1; Richard Zachow 0-1; D. Thomas-Key 0-1; Bruce Romagnoli 0-1; Joe Janisch 0-1. UWWhitewater-Paul Wick 3-3; Josh Williams 2-5; Stephan Jonsson 2-3; Max Ford 1-5; Kevin Utz 3-0; Jake
Keeser 2-2; Troney Shumpert 2-2; Luke Hibner 2-2; Anthony White 1-4; Derek Underwood 1-4; Jovon
Dixon 1-3; Z. Christopherson 2-0; Lane Olson 1-2; Matt McCulloch 1-2; Kyle Supianoski 1-2; Sean
Fancher 0-4; Steve McCollom 1-1; Wesley Hicks 0-3; Tim Depies 1-0; Jared Kiesow 1-0; C.J. Miller 0-2;
Graham Hall 0-2; Ronnie Blaszkowski 0-1.
Individual Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
Lakeland College vs #2 UW-Whitewater (Nov 21, 2009 at Whitewater, WI)
Lakeland College
Rushing
Adam Miller
Jake Dworak
Derek Dolgner
Jake Heinemeyer
Jeremy Williams
Justin Laack
Totals...
No
13
6
3
3
8
2
35
Passing
Jake Dworak
Jake Heinemeyer
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
11-21-5
1-1-0
12-22-5
Receiving
Roberto Flores
Jake Heinemeyer
Adam Miller
Justin Laack
Totals...
No.
6
4
1
1
12
Yds
102
36
6
3
147
Punting
Nic Horstmeier
Totals...
No.
4
4
Yds Avg
139 34.8
139 34.8
All Returns
Heinemeyer
Justin Laack
Henderson
Totals...
Punts
No
0
0
0
0
Gain
31
18
10
9
9
1
78
Yds
0
0
0
0
Loss
6
6
0
0
3
0
15
Yds
144
3
147
TD
0
1
0
0
1
Lg
0
0
0
0
Net
25
12
10
9
6
1
63
TD
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
TD
1
0
1
Lg
6
9
5
4
2
1
9
Avg
1.9
2.0
3.3
3.0
0.8
0.5
1.8
Long
41
3
41
Sack
1
0
1
Long
41
14
6
3
41
Long
42
42
In20
1
1
Kickoffs
No
Yds
3
51
7
79
1
7
11
137
TB
0
0
Lg
20
16
7
20
Intercept
No
Yds
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Lg
0
0
0
0
148
UW-Whitewater
Rushing
Levell Coppage
Antwan Anderson
C.J. Miller
Matt Blanchard
Jeff Donovan
Steve McCollom
Bernie Tamsett
Totals...
No
12
11
16
4
1
2
1
47
Gain
142
88
88
34
2
4
0
358
Passing
Jeff Donovan
Matt Blanchard
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
7-9-0
3-4-0
10-13-0
Receiving
Aaron Rusch
Jordan Wells
Levell Coppage
Jason Ford
Cory Robinson
Max Wasikowski
Totals...
No.
3
2
2
1
1
1
10
Yds
30
66
13
15
15
9
148
Punting
Kris Rosholt
Totals...
No.
2
2
Yds Avg
66
33.0
66
33.0
Punts
All Returns
No
Jordan Wells 0
Matt McCulloch 0
Paul Wick
0
Josh Williams 0
Shumpert
0
Zach Howard 1
Totals...
1
Yds
0
0
0
0
0
9
9
Loss
0
0
1
0
0
4
0
5
Net
142
88
87
34
2
0
0
353
Yds
129
19
148
TD
1
1
0
0
0
0
2
Lg
0
0
0
0
0
9
9
TD
3
2
2
0
0
0
0
7
TD
2
0
2
Lg
42
28
22
13
2
4
0
42
Avg
11.8
8.0
5.4
8.5
2.0
0.0
0.0
7.5
Long
55
15
55
Sack
0
0
0
Long
13
55
16
15
15
9
55
Long
33
33
In20
0
0
Kickoffs
No
Yds
1
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
26
2
37
TB
0
0
Lg
11
0
0
0
0
26
26
Intercept
No
Yds
0
0
1
39
2
4
1
20
1
28
0
0
5
91
Lg
0
39
4
20
28
0
39
Defensive Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
Lakeland College vs #2 UW-Whitewater (Nov 21, 2009 at Whitewater, WI)
Lakeland College
##
26
50
41
24
20
27
13
38
45
2
Player
Bryan Groshek
Will Baldwin
Jamie Schramm
Brandon Wolff
Tony Faller
Joey O'Brien
Blaine Hornes
Matt Peroutky
Bill Wood
Keith Woodson
Solo
6
4
4
3
3
2
3
2
2
2
Ast
2
4
1
3
2
3
.
1
1
.
Tot
7.0
6.0
4.5
4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
2.5
2.5
2.0
TFL/Yds
1.0-4
.
1.0-1
.
.
.
.
.
1.0-3
.
FF
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
FR-Yd
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Intc
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
BrUp
.
.
.
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
Blkd
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Sack/Yds
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
QBH
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
149
5
36
9
1
7
49
91
43
33
77
51
93
37
31
44
Eric Panske
Adam Miller
Nic Horstmeier
Roberto Flores
Derryon Smith
Josh Gordon
Kellen Grott
Tyree Curry
Jarred Querio
Joe Janisch
T.J. Kinjerski
Antonio Hudson
D. Thomas-Key
Richard Zachow
Bruce Romagnoli
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
2
1
.
.
.
.
.
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2.0
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Ast
3
5
3
5
.
2
2
2
4
4
3
.
2
2
2
4
1
3
.
.
2
2
.
Tot
4.5
4.5
3.5
3.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
2.5
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1
TFL/Yds
.
.
2.0-3
.
.
.
2.5-4
1.5-4
.
0.5-1
.
.
.
.
.
0.5-0
.
.
.
.
.
.
0.5
FF
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
FR-Yd
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1-0
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Intc
2-4
1-20
.
.
.
1-28
.
.
.
.
.
.
1-39
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
BrUp
.
.
.
.
.
1
.
.
.
.
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1
.
.
1
.
.
.
.
.
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.
.
Blkd
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Sack/Yds
.
.
.
.
.
.
1.0/1
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
QBH
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
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.
.
.
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.
.
.
.
UW-Whitewater
##
31
55
42
52
54
7
53
56
97
28
92
29
23
43
17
41
9
95
60
30
27
2
39
Player
Solo
Paul Wick
3
Josh Williams
2
Stephan Jonsson 2
Max Ford
1
Kevin Utz
3
Troney Shumpert 2
Luke Hibner
2
Jake Keeser
2
Anthony White
1
Derek Underwood 1
Jovon Dixon
1
Z. Christopherson 2
Matt McCulloch
1
Kyle Supianoski 1
Lane Olson
1
Sean Fancher
.
Steve McCollom 1
Wesley Hicks
.
Tim Depies
1
Jared Kiesow
1
Graham Hall
.
C.J. Miller
.
Ronnie Blaszkowski
.
150
Box Score (Final)
#14 Illinois Wesleyan vs #2 UW-Whitewater (Nov 28, 2009 at Whitewater, WI)
Score by Quarters
Illinois Wesleyan
UW-Whitewater
Scoring Summary:
1st
13:28
UWW
2nd
3rd
4th
09:07
UWW
03:07
IWU
00:00
10:24
02:10
UWW
UWW
UWW
09:32
03:17
UWW
UWW
1
0
7
2
7
10
3
0
14
4
0
14
Score
7
Record: (10-2,6-1)
45
Record: (12-0,7-0)
Jason Ford 5 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 2-7 0:36, IWU 0 UWW 7
Jordan Wells 4 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 4-50 1:46, IWU
0 - UWW 14
Williams, Eli 42 yd pass from Ladd, Kraig (Zic, Dennis kick), 5-74 1:30, IWU 7 UWW 14
Jeff Schebler 46 yd field goal, 5-49 0:29, IWU 7 - UWW 17
Levell Coppage 11 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 9-71 4:30, IWU 7 - UWW 24
Adam Brandes 33 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 2-31 1:11,
IWU 7 - UWW 31
Levell Coppage 6 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 12-85 6:24, IWU 7 - UWW 38
Antwan Anderson 4 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 9-47 4:15, IWU 7 - UWW 45
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
IWU
12
22-30
176
34-18-3
56-206
0-0
0-0
6-112
0-0
6-42.8
1-1
4-25
25:41
2 of 12
0 of 1
0-1
1-19
UWW
28
46-236
271
28-21-0
74-507
0-0
3-9
2-39
3-35
4-31.2
1-1
4-34
34:19
5 of 9
0 of 0
5-6
3-21
RUSHING: Illinois Wesleyan-Rooney, Brien 4-23; Williams, Eli 9-16; Brubaker, T. 3-3; Ladd, Kraig 6minus 12. UW-Whitewater-Levell Coppage 32-188; Antwan Anderson 9-53; Aaron Rusch 1-8; Matt
Blanchard 1-2; Steve McCollom 1-0; Jeff Donovan 2-minus 15.
PASSING: Illinois Wesleyan-Ladd, Kraig 17-31-3-170; Rooney, Brien 1-3-0-6. UW-Whitewater-Jeff
Donovan 21-28-0-271.
RECEIVING: Illinois Wesleyan-Williams, Eli 8-79; Scalcucci, Jack 4-44; Sloboda, M. 3-18; Burnett,
Dayton 1-19; Messina, Chris 1-10; Robinson, Brett 1-6. UW-Whitewater-Aaron Rusch 7-83; Jordan Wells
5-93; Adam Brandes 3-44; John Novak 2-23; Max Wasikowski 1-10; David Leaf 1-9; Jason Ford 1-5; Cory
Robinson 1-4.
INTERCEPTIONS: Illinois Wesleyan-None. UW-Whitewater-Paul Wick 1-32; Graham Hall 1-3; Z.
Christopherson 1-0.
FUMBLES: Illinois Wesleyan-Ladd, Kraig 1-1. UW-Whitewater-Levell Coppage 1-1.
151
SACKS (UA-A): Illinois Wesleyan-Nikolich, Nick 1-0. UW-Whitewater-Anthony White 2-1; Wesley Hicks 01.
TACKLES (UA-A): Illinois Wesleyan-Beauchamp, R. 8-9; Cummings, P.J. 7-5; Nikolich, Nick 7-2; Loftus,
Neal 3-6; Kotz, Mike 1-6; Rogers, Dan 3-1; Brooks, Max 2-2; Hunter, Roman 2-1; Boyd, Andrew 1-2;
Ammirati, Mike 1-2; Gresko, Ryan 1-2; Jenkins, Ryan 1-1; Wenzel, Scott 1-0; Cummings, P.J. 1-0;
Hortsman, James 1-0; Burnett, Dayton 1-0; Scalcucci, Jack 1-0; Zentner, Zach 1-0; Houk, Benjamin
0-1; Weishar, Andrew 0-1; Swango, Bret 0-1. UW-Whitewater-Troney Shumpert 3-2; Graham Hall 3-1; Z.
Christopherson 3-1; Lane Olson 2-3; Jeremy Deibert 3-0; Max Ford 2-2; Anthony White 2-1; Jared Kiesow
2-1; C.J. Miller 2-0; Paul Wick 2-0; Jake Keeser 1-2; Wesley Hicks 1-2; Justin Ankley 1-2; Kyle
Supianoski 0-4; Jovon Dixon 1-1; Kevin Utz 1-0; Ronnie Blaszkowski 1-0; Luke Hibner 1-0; Casey Casper
1-0.
Individual Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
#14 Illinois Wesleyan vs #2 UW-Whitewater (Nov 28, 2009 at Whitewater, WI)
Illinois Wesleyan
Rushing
Rooney, Brien
Williams, Eli
Brubaker, T.
Ladd, Kraig
Totals...
No
4
9
3
6
22
Passing
Ladd, Kraig
Rooney, Brien
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
17-31-3
1-3-0
18-34-3
Receiving
Williams, Eli
Scalcucci, Jack
Sloboda, M.
Burnett, Dayton
Messina, Chris
Robinson, Brett
Totals...
No.
8
4
3
1
1
1
18
Yds
79
44
18
19
10
6
176
Punting
Zic, Dennis
Totals...
No.
6
6
Yds Avg
257 42.8
257 42.8
Punts
All Returns
No
Beauchamp, R. 0
Hunter, Roman 0
Totals...
0
Gain
23
22
4
9
58
Yds
0
0
0
Loss
0
6
1
21
28
Net
23
16
3
-12
30
Yds
170
6
176
TD
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
Lg
0
0
0
TD
0
0
0
0
0
TD
1
0
1
Lg
7
7
3
5
7
Avg
5.8
1.8
1.0
-2.0
1.4
Long
42
6
42
Sack
3
0
3
Long
42
18
10
19
10
6
42
Long
56
56
In20
2
2
Kickoffs
No
Yds
5
94
1
18
6
112
TB
0
0
Intercept
No
Yds
0
0
0
0
0
0
Lg
26
18
26
Lg
0
0
0
UW-Whitewater
Rushing
Levell Coppage
Antwan Anderson
Aaron Rusch
No
32
9
1
Gain
197
53
8
Loss
9
0
0
Net
188
53
8
TD
2
1
0
Lg
17
9
8
Avg
5.9
5.9
8.0
152
Matt Blanchard
Steve McCollom
Jeff Donovan
Totals...
1
1
2
46
Passing
Jeff Donovan
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
21-28-0
21-28-0
Receiving
Aaron Rusch
Jordan Wells
Adam Brandes
John Novak
Max Wasikowski
David Leaf
Jason Ford
Cory Robinson
Totals...
No.
7
5
3
2
1
1
1
1
21
Yds
83
93
44
23
10
9
5
4
271
Punting
Kris Rosholt
Totals...
No.
4
4
Yds Avg
125 31.2
125 31.2
All Returns
Aaron Rusch
Jordan Wells
Graham Hall
Underwood
Christopherson
Paul Wick
Totals...
2
0
4
264
Punts
No
3
0
0
0
0
0
3
Yds
9
0
0
0
0
0
9
Field goal attempts
Jeff Schebler
2nd
0
0
19
28
2
0
-15
236
Yds
271
271
TD
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
3
Lg
6
0
0
0
0
0
6
00:00
0
0
0
3
TD
3
3
2
0
4
17
2.0
0.0
-7.5
5.1
Long
33
33
Sack
1
1
Long
28
30
33
12
10
9
5
4
33
Long
51
51
In20
1
1
Kickoffs
No
Yds
0
0
1
13
0
0
1
26
0
0
0
0
2
39
46 yds
TB
0
0
Lg
0
13
0
26
0
0
26
Intercept
No
Yds
0
0
0
0
1
3
0
0
1
0
1
32
3
35
Lg
0
0
3
0
0
32
32
Good
Defensive Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
#14 Illinois Wesleyan vs #2 UW-Whitewater (Nov 28, 2009 at Whitewater, WI)
Illinois Wesleyan
##
24
13
44
20
41
51
90
3
92
26
93
91
Player
Beauchamp, R.
Cummings, P.J.
Nikolich, Nick
Loftus, Neal
Kotz, Mike
Rogers, Dan
Brooks, Max
Hunter, Roman
Ammirati, Mike
Gresko, Ryan
Boyd, Andrew
Jenkins, Ryan
Solo
8
7
7
3
1
3
2
2
1
1
1
1
Ast
9
5
2
6
6
1
2
1
2
2
2
1
Tot TFL/Yds
12.5 .
9.5 .
8.0 1.5-20
6.0 .
4.0 .
3.5 .
3.0 1.0-7
2.5 .
2.0 .
2.0 .
2.0 .
1.5 0.5-1
FF
.
.
.
.
.
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
FR-Yd
.
.
.
1-0
.
.
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.
.
.
.
.
Intc
.
.
.
.
.
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.
.
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.
BrUp
.
2
.
1
.
.
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1
.
.
Blkd
.
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.
.
.
Sack/Yds
.
.
1.0/19
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
QBH
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
153
23
29
37
7
80
33
54
16
47
Cummings, P.J.
Hortsman, James
Zentner, Zach
Burnett, Dayton
Scalcucci, Jack
Wenzel, Scott
Weishar, Andrew
Swango, Bret
Houk, Benjamin
1
1
1
1
1
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1
1
1
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
0.5
.
.
.
.
.
.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
.
.
Ast
2
1
1
3
.
2
1
1
.
.
2
2
2
4
1
.
.
.
1
Tot
4.0
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.0
3.0
2.5
2.5
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
.
TFL/Yds
1.5-4
.
.
1.0-2
.
1.0-2
.
2.5-17
.
.
.
1.0-4
0.5-1
1.0-1
0.5-1
.
.
.
1.0
FF
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
FR-Yd
.
.
.
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.
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.
.
.
.
.
.
Intc
.
1-3
1-0
.
.
.
.
.
1-32
.
.
.
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.
.
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.
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BrUp
.
.
.
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1
.
.
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.
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Blkd
.
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.
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.
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.
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.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Sack/Yds
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
2.5/17
.
.
.
0.5/4
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
QBH
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1-0
.
.
1
.
.
.
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.
.
UW-Whitewater
##
7
27
29
17
20
52
30
97
31
2
56
95
93
43
92
53
54
99
39
Player
Solo
Troney Shumpert 3
Graham Hall
3
Z. Christopherson 3
Lane Olson
2
Jeremy Deibert
3
Max Ford
2
Jared Kiesow
2
Anthony White
2
Paul Wick
2
C.J. Miller
2
Jake Keeser
1
Wesley Hicks
1
Justin Ankley
1
Kyle Supianoski .
Jovon Dixon
1
Luke Hibner
1
Kevin Utz
1
Casey Casper
1
Ronnie Blaszkowski
.
41 Sean Fancher
.
TM TEAM
.
154
Box Score (Final)
#12 Wittenberg vs #2 UW-Whitewater (Dec 5, 2009 at Whitewater, WI)
Score by Quarters
Wittenberg
UW-Whitewater
Scoring Summary:
2nd 14:17
UWW
10:26
08:29
00:32
WITF
UWW
WITF
3rd
00:51
UWW
4th
05:48
03:35
UWW
UWW
1
0
0
2
13
14
3
0
7
4
0
10
Score
13
Record: (12-1,7-0)
31
Record: (13-0,7-0)
Aaron Rusch 23 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 7-63 3:17,
WITF 0 - UWW 7
Huffman,Aaron 2 yd run (Harris,Zack kick blockd), 8-82 3:46, WITF 6 - UWW 7
Antwan Anderson 7 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 5-66 1:56, WITF 6 - UWW 14
Cooper,Michael 11 yd pass from Zoeller,Ben (Harris,Zack kick), 15-79 7:49,
WITF 13 - UWW 14
Adam Brandes 28 yd pass from Jeff Donovan (Jeff Schebler kick), 7-73 2:49,
WITF 13 - UWW 21
Jeff Schebler 35 yd field goal, 12-68 5:53, WITF 13 - UWW 24
Levell Coppage 4 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 3-12 1:22, WITF 13 - UWW 31
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
WITF
19
31-21
261
35-24-1
66-282
0-0
1-0
6-95
1-0
5-38.4
0-0
2-12
31:38
6 of 13
0 of 2
2-3
2-14
UWW
22
39-161
236
25-18-1
64-397
0-0
1-4
0-0
1-36
2-32.0
1-0
5-54
28:22
7 of 12
0 of 0
4-5
4-38
RUSHING: Wittenberg-Weber,Corey 15-36; Warye,Conner 5-12; Huffman,Aaron 8-0; Zoeller,Ben 3minus 27. UW-Whitewater-Levell Coppage 25-123; Antwan Anderson 8-35; Aaron Rusch 1-8; Matt
Blanchard 2-minus 1; Jeff Donovan 3-minus 4.
PASSING: Wittenberg-Zoeller,Ben 13-23-1-122; Huffman,Aaron 11-12-0-139. UW-Whitewater-Jeff
Donovan 18-25-1-236.
RECEIVING: Wittenberg-McKee,Josh 10-100; Cooper,Michael 6-69; Williams,P. 5-58; Weber,Corey 2-26;
Warye,Conner 1-8. UW-Whitewater-Aaron Rusch 7-92; Adam Brandes 4-64; Cory Robinson 4-43; David
Leaf 2-11; Jordan Wells 1-26.
INTERCEPTIONS: Wittenberg-Brown,Brandyn 1-0. UW-Whitewater-Troney Shumpert 1-36.
FUMBLES: Wittenberg-None. UW-Whitewater-David Leaf 1-0.
SACKS (UA-A): Wittenberg-Vallery,Eddie 1-0; Kattoua,Adam 1-0. UW-Whitewater-Wesley Hicks 2-0;
Anthony White 1-0; Casey Casper 1-0.
155
TACKLES (UA-A): Wittenberg-Brunic,Trent 6-3; Brown,Brandyn 6-1; McKinley,Brad 3-7; Hurtt,Zach 1-8;
Kattoua,Adam 3-3; Vallery,Eddie 3-1; Scherer,Taylor 1-5; Parker,Seth 2-2; Lohrman,Kyle 1-4; Wolfe,Nic
2-0; Maxwell,Ben 1-1; Freeman,Keenan 1-1; Phillips,Lance 1-1; Metzger,Ryan 1-0; Cosby,Cory 0-1.
UW-Whitewater-Troney Shumpert 5-3; Anthony White 3-5; Lane Olson 3-5; Paul Wick 4-2; Wesley Hicks
3-3; Kyle Supianoski 2-5; Max Ford 1-6; Jeremy Deibert 3-1; Z. Christopherson 2-3; C.J. Miller 2-0; Jake
Keeser 1-2; Casey Casper 1-1; Stephan Jonsson 1-1; Luke Hibner 1-1; Matt McCulloch 1-1; Justin
Ankley 0-3; Derek Underwood 1-0; Sean Fancher 0-1; Graham Hall 0-1; Josh Williams 0-1; Steve
McCollom 0-1.
Individual Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
#12 Wittenberg vs #2 UW-Whitewater (Dec 5, 2009 at Whitewater, WI)
Wittenberg
Rushing
Weber,Corey
Warye,Conner
Huffman,Aaron
Zoeller,Ben
Totals...
No
15
5
8
3
31
Passing
Zoeller,Ben
Huffman,Aaron
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
13-23-1
11-12-0
24-35-1
Receiving
McKee,Josh
Cooper,Michael
Williams,P.
Weber,Corey
Warye,Conner
Totals...
No.
10
6
5
2
1
24
Yds
100
69
58
26
8
261
Punting
Cochran,Trevor
Totals...
No.
5
5
Yds Avg
192 38.4
192 38.4
All Returns
Warye,Conner
Brown,Brandyn
Totals...
Punts
No
0
1
1
Gain
44
14
12
3
73
Yds
0
0
0
Loss
8
2
12
30
52
Net
36
12
0
-27
21
Yds
122
139
261
TD
0
1
0
0
0
1
TD
0
0
1
0
1
TD
1
0
1
Lg
10
6
5
3
10
Avg
2.4
2.4
0.0
-9.0
0.7
Long
28
35
35
Sack
2
2
4
Long
24
35
24
28
8
35
Long
62
62
In20
1
1
TB
0
0
Kickoffs
No
Yds
2
45
4
50
6
95
Lg
0
0
0
Intercept
No
Yds
0
0
1
0
1
0
Lg
25
16
25
Lg
0
0
0
UW-Whitewater
Rushing
Levell Coppage
Antwan Anderson
Aaron Rusch
Matt Blanchard
Jeff Donovan
Totals...
No
25
8
1
2
3
39
Gain
130
35
8
0
10
183
Loss
7
0
0
1
14
22
Passing
Jeff Donovan
Cmp-Att-Int
18-25-1
Net
123
35
8
-1
-4
161
Yds
236
TD
1
1
0
0
0
2
TD
2
Lg
15
7
8
0
10
15
Avg
4.9
4.4
8.0
-0.5
-1.3
4.1
Long
28
Sack
2
156
Totals...
18-25-1
Receiving
Aaron Rusch
Adam Brandes
Cory Robinson
David Leaf
Jordan Wells
Totals...
No.
7
4
4
2
1
18
Yds
92
64
43
11
26
236
Punting
Kris Rosholt
Totals...
No.
2
2
Yds Avg
64
32.0
64
32.0
All Returns
Aaron Rusch
Shumpert
Totals...
Punts
No
1
0
1
236
Yds
4
0
4
Field goal attempts
Jeff Schebler
1st
Jeff Schebler
3rd
Jeff Schebler
4th
TD
1
1
0
0
0
2
28
2
Long
23
28
19
10
26
28
Long
37
37
In20
0
0
Kickoffs
No
Yds
0
0
0
0
0
0
Lg
4
0
4
07:56
06:45
05:48
2
37 yds
43 yds
35 yds
TB
0
0
Lg
0
0
0
Intercept
No
Yds
0
0
1
36
1
36
Lg
0
36
36
Missed
Missed
Good
Defensive Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
#12 Wittenberg vs #2 UW-Whitewater (Dec 5, 2009 at Whitewater, WI)
Wittenberg
##
17
8
21
33
93
47
95
20
42
99
10
25
56
52
50
Player
Brunic,Trent
Brown,Brandyn
McKinley,Brad
Hurtt,Zach
Kattoua,Adam
Vallery,Eddie
Scherer,Taylor
Parker,Seth
Lohrman,Kyle
Wolfe,Nic
Maxwell,Ben
Freeman,Keenan
Phillips,Lance
Metzger,Ryan
Cosby,Cory
Solo
6
6
3
1
3
3
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
.
Ast
3
1
7
8
3
1
5
2
4
.
1
1
1
.
1
Tot
7.5
6.5
6.5
5.0
4.5
3.5
3.5
3.0
3.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.0
0.5
TFL/Yds
.
.
1.0-7
.
1.0-7
1.0-7
.
.
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.
.
.
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FF
.
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FR-Yd
.
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Intc
.
1-0
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BrUp
.
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1
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Blkd
.
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.
.
.
.
Sack/Yds
.
.
.
.
1.0/7
1.0/7
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
QBH
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Solo
5
3
3
4
3
2
Ast
3
5
5
2
3
5
Tot
6.5
5.5
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.5
TFL/Yds
1.0-1
1.5-4
3.5-12
.
2.0-18
0.5-1
FF
.
.
.
.
.
.
FR-Yd
.
.
.
.
.
.
Intc
1-36
.
.
.
.
.
BrUp
.
1
1
.
.
.
Blkd
.
.
.
.
.
.
Sack/Yds
.
.
1.0/7
.
2.0/18
.
QBH
.
.
.
.
.
.
UW-Whitewater
##
7
17
97
31
95
43
Player
Troney Shumpert
Lane Olson
Anthony White
Paul Wick
Wesley Hicks
Kyle Supianoski
157
52
20
29
2
56
99
42
53
23
93
28
55
27
41
9
Max Ford
Jeremy Deibert
Z. Christopherson
C.J. Miller
Jake Keeser
Casey Casper
Stephan Jonsson
Luke Hibner
Matt McCulloch
Justin Ankley
Derek Underwood
Josh Williams
Graham Hall
Sean Fancher
Steve McCollom
1
3
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
.
1
.
.
.
.
6
1
3
.
2
1
1
1
1
3
.
1
1
1
1
4.0
3.5
3.5
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.0
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
1.5-4
1.0-3
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1.0-13
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1
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1
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1.0/13
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158
Box Score (Final)
#5 Linfield vs #2 UW-Whitewater (Dec 12, 2009 at Whitewater, WI)
Score by Quarters
Linfield
UW-Whitewater
Scoring Summary:
1st
06:22
UWW
2nd 04:32
UWW
03:27
LIN
3rd
4th
10:58
14:55
12:36
07:34
01:05
LIN
LIN
UWW
UWW
UWW
1
0
7
2
7
3
3
7
0
4
3
17
Score
17
Record: (12-1,6-0)
27
Record: (14-0,7-0)
Levell Coppage 55 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 1-55 0:10, LIN 0 - UWW 7
Jeff Schebler 34 yd field goal, 4-5 1:56, LIN 0 - UWW 10
Henderson,Ryan 9 yd pass from Boehme,Aaron (Repp,Josh kick), 4-82 1:59,
LIN 7 - UWW 10
Boehme,Aaron 4 yd run (Repp,Josh kick), 7-78 3:56, LIN 14 - UWW 10
Repp,Josh 35 yd field goal, 14-72 7:10, LIN 17 - UWW 10
Jeff Schebler 26 yd field goal, 7-38 2:11, LIN 17 - UWW 13
Antwan Anderson 1 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 3-77 0:55, LIN 17 - UWW 20
Levell Coppage 40 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 2-45 0:18, LIN 17 - UWW 27
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
LIN
16
29-106
278
38-26-3
67-384
0-0
0-0
6-131
0-0
3-35.3
1-0
7-69
31:32
5 of 14
1 of 5
3-3
3-17
UWW
18
32-190
276
26-17-0
58-466
0-0
1-2
4-78
3-17
5-36.0
0-0
4-35
28:28
2 of 10
0 of 1
3-4
2-13
RUSHING: Linfield-Boehme,Aaron 8-73; Williams,Aaron 12-31; Lamson,Simon 6-6; Avritt,Taylor 1-minus
2; Cederberg,Gunna 2-minus 2. UW-Whitewater-Levell Coppage 13-109; Antwan Anderson 9-44; Jeff
Donovan 10-37.
PASSING: Linfield-Boehme,Aaron 26-38-3-278. UW-Whitewater-Jeff Donovan 17-26-0-276.
RECEIVING: Linfield-Patterson,Trev 6-86; Slezak,Chris 5-59; Lamson,Simon 4-13; Cederberg,Gunna 365; Sells,Russell 3-40; Williams,Aaron 3-3; Henderson,Ryan 2-12. UW-Whitewater-Jordan Wells 6-98;
Adam Brandes 5-123; Aaron Rusch 3-21; John Novak 1-17; Cory Robinson 1-9; Levell Coppage 1-8.
INTERCEPTIONS: Linfield-None. UW-Whitewater-Z. Christopherson 1-14; Jeremy Deibert 1-3; Kyle
Supianoski 1-0.
FUMBLES: Linfield-Lamson,Simon 1-0. UW-Whitewater-None.
SACKS (UA-A): Linfield-Jackson,Jaymin 1-0; Steele,Tyler 1-0; Krieger,Kole 1-0. UW-Whitewater-Kyle
Supianoski 1-0; Jon Baldwin 1-0.
159
TACKLES (UA-A): Linfield-Dixon,Nate 6-1; Fisher,Drew 4-4; Jackson,Jaymin 3-3; Tkachuk,Alex 3-3;
Steele,Tyler 2-5; Comfort,Bryce 3-1; Krieger,Kole 2-3; Nishizaki,Paul 2-0; Hedin,Eric 1-2; Skore,Taylor 11; Hanna,Christian 1-1; Partlow,Paul 1-1; Parish,Kalae' 0-3; George,Tommy 1-0; Kama,Hoku 1-0;
Cederberg,Gunna 1-0; Kukahiko,Bubba 1-0; Estrada,Ian 0-2; Gonzalez,Sparky 0-1; Millenbach,Scot 0-1;
Ninomiya,Eric 0-1; Patterson,Trev 0-1; Sells,Russell 0-1; Anderson,Bryan 0-1. UW-Whitewater-Lane
Olson 6-3; Kyle Supianoski 4-5; Jovon Dixon 4-1; Jon Baldwin 3-1; Z. Christopherson 2-3; Anthony White
2-2; Troney Shumpert 2-2; Matt McCulloch 2-1; Derek Underwood 2-0; Wesley Hicks 0-4; Graham
Hall 1-1; Justin Ankley 1-1; Paul Wick 0-3; Tim Depies 1-0; Josh Williams 1-0; Max Ford 0-2; C.J. Miller 02; Sean Fancher 0-1; Jeremy Deibert 0-1; Luke Hibner 0-1.
Individual Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
#5 Linfield vs #2 UW-Whitewater (Dec 12, 2009 at Whitewater, WI)
Linfield
Rushing
Boehme,Aaron
Williams,Aaron
Lamson,Simon
Avritt,Taylor
Cederberg,Gunna
Totals...
No
8
12
6
1
2
29
Gain
86
31
10
0
5
132
Passing
Boehme,Aaron
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
26-38-3
26-38-3
Receiving
Patterson,Trev
Slezak,Chris
Lamson,Simon
Cederberg,Gunna
Sells,Russell
Williams,Aaron
Henderson,Ryan
Totals...
No.
6
5
4
3
3
3
2
26
Yds
86
59
13
65
40
3
12
278
Punting
Repp,Josh
Totals...
No.
3
3
Yds Avg
106 35.3
106 35.3
Punts
All Returns
No
Yds
Patterson,Trev 0
0
Totals...
0
0
Field goal attempts
Repp,Josh
4th
Loss
13
0
4
2
7
26
Yds
278
278
TD
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
TD
1
0
0
0
0
1
TD
1
1
Lg
67
7
5
0
5
67
Avg
9.1
2.6
1.0
-2.0
-1.0
3.7
Long
49
49
Sack
2
2
Long
28
24
12
49
27
4
9
49
Long
48
48
In20
2
2
Kickoffs
No
Yds
6
131
6
131
Lg
0
0
14:55
Net
73
31
6
-2
-2
106
35 yds
TB
0
0
Intercept
No
Yds
0
0
0
0
Lg
30
30
Lg
0
0
Good
UW-Whitewater
Rushing
Levell Coppage
Antwan Anderson
Jeff Donovan
Totals...
No
13
9
10
32
Gain
113
49
55
217
Loss
4
5
18
27
Net
109
44
37
190
TD
2
1
0
3
Lg
55
18
23
55
Avg
8.4
4.9
3.7
5.9
160
Passing
Jeff Donovan
Totals...
Cmp-Att-Int
17-26-0
17-26-0
Receiving
Jordan Wells
Adam Brandes
Aaron Rusch
John Novak
Cory Robinson
Levell Coppage
Totals...
No.
6
5
3
1
1
1
17
Yds
98
123
21
17
9
8
276
Punting
Kris Rosholt
Totals...
No.
5
5
Yds Avg
180 36.0
180 36.0
All Returns
Jordan Wells
Aaron Rusch
Jeremy Deibert
Underwood
Christopherson
Wasikowski
Supianoski
Totals...
Punts
No
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
Yds
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
2
Field goal attempts
Jeff Schebler
2nd
Jeff Schebler
4th
Yds
276
276
TD
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Long
68
68
Sack
3
3
Long
68
45
10
17
9
8
68
Long
46
46
In20
2
2
Kickoffs
No
Yds
1
41
0
0
0
0
2
30
0
0
1
7
0
0
4
78
Lg
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
2
04:32
12:36
TD
0
0
34 yds
26 yds
TB
3
3
Lg
41
0
0
18
0
7
0
41
Intercept
No
Yds
0
0
0
0
1
3
0
0
1
14
0
0
1
0
3
17
Lg
0
0
3
0
14
0
0
14
Good
Good
Defensive Statistics (Final)
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
#5 Linfield vs #2 UW-Whitewater (Dec 12, 2009 at Whitewater, WI)
Linfield
##
6
4D
51
7
59
26
9
98
97
36
17
5
33
18
42
8
Player
Dixon,Nate
Fisher,Drew
Tkachuk,Alex
Jackson,Jaymin
Steele,Tyler
Comfort,Bryce
Krieger,Kole
Nishizaki,Paul
Hedin,Eric
Hanna,Christian
Partlow,Paul
Skore,Taylor
Parish,Kalae'
Kama,Hoku
Kukahiko,Bubba
Cederberg,Gunna
Solo
6
4
3
3
2
3
2
2
1
1
1
1
.
1
1
1
Ast
1
4
3
3
5
1
3
.
2
1
1
1
3
.
.
.
Tot
6.5
6.0
4.5
4.5
4.5
3.5
3.5
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
TFL/Yds
.
.
.
1.5-6
3.0-8
.
1.0-10
1.0-2
.
.
0.5-0
.
.
.
.
.
FF
.
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FR-Yd
.
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Intc
.
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BrUp
.
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1
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Blkd
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Sack/Yds
.
.
.
1.0/6
1.0/1
.
1.0/10
.
.
.
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.
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.
QBH
.
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.
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.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
161
84
90
25
91
34
62
93
29
George,Tommy
Estrada,Ian
Ninomiya,Eric
Sells,Russell
Anderson,Bryan
Millenbach,Scot
Gonzalez,Sparky
Patterson,Trev
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
.
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Solo
6
4
4
3
2
2
2
2
2
.
1
1
.
1
1
.
.
.
.
.
Ast
3
5
1
1
3
2
2
1
.
4
1
1
3
.
.
2
2
1
1
1
Tot
7.5
6.5
4.5
3.5
3.5
3.0
3.0
2.5
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
0.5
TFL/Yds
1.0-3
1.0-4
.
1.0-9
.
.
.
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.
1.0-2
.
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.
.
0.5-1
.
0.5-0
FF
.
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FR-Yd
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Intc
.
1-0
.
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1-14
.
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1-3
BrUp
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1
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Blkd
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Sack/Yds
.
1.0/4
.
1.0/9
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QBH
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UW-Whitewater
##
17
43
92
91
29
7
97
23
28
95
93
27
31
55
60
2
52
53
41
20
Player
Lane Olson
Kyle Supianoski
Jovon Dixon
Jon Baldwin
Z. Christopherson
Troney Shumpert
Anthony White
Matt McCulloch
Derek Underwood
Wesley Hicks
Justin Ankley
Graham Hall
Paul Wick
Josh Williams
Tim Depies
C.J. Miller
Max Ford
Luke Hibner
Sean Fancher
Jeremy Deibert
162
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
UW-Whitewater Overall Team Statistics (as of Dec 13, 2009)
All games
TEAM STATISTICS
SCORING
Points Per Game
FIRST DOWNS
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
RUSHING YARDAGE
Yards gained rushing
Yards lost rushing
Rushing Attempts
Average Per Rush
Average Per Game
TDs Rushing
PASSING YARDAGE
Comp-Att-Int
Average Per Pass
Average Per Catch
Average Per Game
TDs Passing
TOTAL OFFENSE
Total Plays
Average Per Play
Average Per Game
KICK RETURNS: #-Yards
PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards
INT RETURNS: #-Yards
KICK RETURN AVERAGE
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE
INT RETURN AVERAGE
FUMBLES-LOST
PENALTIES-Yards
Average Per Game
PUNTS-Yards
Average Per Punt
Net punt average
TIME OF POSSESSION/Game
3RD-DOWN Conversions
3rd-Down Pct
4TH-DOWN Conversions
4th-Down Pct
SACKS BY-Yards
MISC YARDS
TOUCHDOWNS SCORED
FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS
ON-SIDE KICKS
RED-ZONE SCORES
RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS
PAT-ATTEMPTS
ATTENDANCE
Games/Avg Per Game
Neutral Site Games
UWW
599
42.8
331
153
166
12
3292
3460
168
573
5.7
235.1
51
3585
258-356-6
10.1
13.9
256.1
28
6877
929
7.4
491.2
28-596
31-263
21-250
21.3
8.5
11.9
8-6
75-661
47.2
40-1480
37.0
33.0
32:06
83/156
53%
12/14
86%
28-187
0
80
13-16
0-0
59-68 87%
50-68 74%
78-80 98%
44520
10/4452
OPP
128
9.1
188
64
107
17
1099
1452
353
451
2.4
78.5
5
2364
242-405-21
5.8
9.8
168.9
12
3463
856
4.0
247.4
102-1931
10-22
6-96
18.9
2.2
16.0
15-8
57-464
33.1
76-2710
35.7
31.1
29:31
63/198
32%
13/40
32%
9-72
6
17
4-4
1-3
15-25 60%
12-25 48%
12-15 80%
7552
4/1888
0/0
163
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
UW-Whitewater Overall Individual Statistics (as of Dec 13, 2009)
All games
RUSHING
Levell Coppage
Antwan Anderson
C.J. Miller
Matt Blanchard
Aaron Rusch
Jeff Donovan
Steve McCollom
Cory Knapp
LaVell Hewlett
Mike Taylor
Matt McCulloch
Max Wasikowski
Jake Taylor
Bernie Tamsett
TEAM
Total..........
Opponents......
GP
14
12
13
8
14
14
9
3
6
1
14
13
4
2
6
14
14
Att
288
111
73
24
7
38
8
2
12
5
1
1
1
1
1
573
451
PASSING
Jeff Donovan
Matt Blanchard
Steve McCollom
TEAM
Aaron Rusch
Cory Knapp
Total..........
Opponents......
G
14
8
9
6
14
3
14
14
Effic
180.91
130.34
96.96
0.00
698.80
520.00
179.65
108.19
RECEIVING
Aaron Rusch
Jordan Wells
Adam Brandes
John Novak
Cory Robinson
Levell Coppage
Max Wasikowski
David Leaf
Jason Ford
Terrence Fitch
Antwan Anderson
Zach Howard
Jake Taylor
Total..........
Opponents......
G
14
14
13
12
12
14
13
5
6
4
12
6
4
14
14
No.
64
59
54
20
14
12
10
8
6
5
4
1
1
258
242
Gain
2030
588
447
133
49
120
28
16
27
13
7
1
1
0
0
3460
1452
Loss
34
13
6
18
0
77
4
2
13
0
0
0
0
0
1
168
353
Net
1996
575
441
115
49
43
24
14
14
13
7
1
1
0
-1
3292
1099
Avg
6.9
5.2
6.0
4.8
7.0
1.1
3.0
7.0
1.2
2.6
7.0
1.0
1.0
0.0
-1.0
5.7
2.4
TD
32
9
7
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
51
5
Long
68
28
57
15
9
23
7
16
9
5
7
1
1
0
0
68
67
Avg/G
142.6
47.9
33.9
14.4
3.5
3.1
2.7
4.7
2.3
13.0
0.5
0.1
0.2
0.0
-0.2
235.1
78.5
Cmp-Att-Int
243-334-5
10-14-1
3-5-0
0-1-0
1-1-0
1-1-0
258-356-6
242-405-21
Pct
72.8
71.4
60.0
0.0
100.0
100.0
72.5
59.8
Yds
3359
122
22
0
32
50
3585
2364
TD
27
0
0
0
1
0
28
12
Lng
77
27
9
0
32
50
77
93
Avg/G
239.9
15.2
2.4
0.0
2.3
16.7
256.1
168.9
Yds
828
941
960
185
182
110
98
61
67
76
40
27
10
3585
2364
TD
7
10
8
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
28
12
Long
48
77
70
21
63
28
20
14
22
50
15
27
10
77
93
Avg/G
59.1
67.2
73.8
15.4
15.2
7.9
7.5
12.2
11.2
19.0
3.3
4.5
2.5
256.1
168.9
Avg
12.9
15.9
17.8
9.2
13.0
9.2
9.8
7.6
11.2
15.2
10.0
27.0
10.0
13.9
9.8
164
PUNT RETURNS
Aaron Rusch
Zach Howard
TEAM
Stephan Jonsson
Tim Depies
Total..........
Opponents......
No.
22
6
1
1
1
31
10
Yds
178
51
11
19
4
263
22
Avg
8.1
8.5
11.0
19.0
4.0
8.5
2.2
TD
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Long
20
33
0
0
0
33
9
INTERCEPTIONS
Z. Christopherson
Paul Wick
Troney Shumpert
Jeremy Deibert
Kyle Supianoski
Josh Williams
Luke Hibner
Sam Overton
Graham Hall
Matt McCulloch
Total..........
Opponents......
No.
5
4
3
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
21
6
Yds
64
36
64
7
0
20
17
0
3
39
250
96
Avg
12.8
9.0
21.3
3.5
0.0
20.0
17.0
0.0
3.0
39.0
11.9
16.0
TD
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
Long
28
32
36
4
0
20
17
0
3
39
39
74
KICK RETURNS
Aaron Samplawski
Derek Underwood
Jordan Wells
Jake Taylor
Max Wasikowski
Zach Howard
Luke Hibner
Total..........
Opponents......
No.
14
5
3
2
2
1
1
28
102
Yds
336
127
65
15
19
26
8
596
1931
Avg
24.0
25.4
21.7
7.5
9.5
26.0
8.0
21.3
18.9
TD
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Long
60
54
41
14
12
26
8
60
53
Yds
0
36
Avg
0.0
36.0
TD
0
0
Long
0
36
FUMBLE RETURNS No.
Total..........
0
Opponents......
1
SCORING
Levell Coppage
Jeff Schebler
Jordan Wells
Antwan Anderson
Adam Brandes
C.J. Miller
Aaron Rusch
John Novak
Matt McCulloch
Jason Ford
Matt Blanchard
Jeff Donovan
Jake Taylor
TEAM
Total..........
Opponents......
TD
32
0
10
9
8
7
7
2
1
1
1
1
1
0
80
17
FGs
0-0
13-16
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
13-16
4-4
|------ PATs ------|
Kick Rush
Rcv
0-0
0-0
0
78-80 0-0
0
0-0
0-0
0
0-0
0-0
0
0-0
0-0
0
0-0
0-0
0
0-0
0-0
0
0-0
0-0
0
0-0
0-0
0
0-0
0-0
0
0-0
0-0
0
0-0
0-0
0
0-0
0-0
0
0-0
0-0
0
78-80 0-0
0
12-15 0-0
1
Pass
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-2
DXP
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Saf
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
Points
192
117
60
54
48
42
42
12
6
6
6
6
6
2
599
128
165
TOTAL OFFENSE
Jeff Donovan
Levell Coppage
Antwan Anderson
C.J. Miller
Matt Blanchard
Aaron Rusch
Cory Knapp
Steve McCollom
LaVell Hewlett
Mike Taylor
Matt McCulloch
Jake Taylor
Max Wasikowski
TEAM
Total..........
Opponents......
G
14
14
12
13
8
14
3
9
6
1
14
4
13
6
14
14
Plays
372
288
111
73
38
8
3
13
12
5
1
1
1
2
929
856
FIELD GOALS
Jeff Schebler
FGM-FGA
13-16
Rush
43
1996
575
441
115
49
14
24
14
13
7
1
1
-1
3292
1099
Pct
81.2
Pass
3359
0
0
0
122
32
50
22
0
0
0
0
0
0
3585
2364
Total
3402
1996
575
441
237
81
64
46
14
13
7
1
1
-1
6877
3463
Avg/G
243.0
142.6
47.9
33.9
29.6
5.8
21.3
5.1
2.3
13.0
0.5
0.2
0.1
-0.2
491.2
247.4
01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg
1-1
3-3
6-8
3-4
0-0
46
Blk
0
FG SEQUENCE
UW-Whitewater
OPPONENTS
Dickinson State
(23)
Midland Lutheran
(40)
Puget Sound
UW-Platteville
(27)
UW-Eau Claire
(32),33
UW-Stout
(45)
(31)
UW-River Falls
(35)
UW-Stevens Point (18),(22)
UW-Oshkosh
(35),(39)
UW-La Crosse
Lakeland College
Illinois Wesleyan
(46)
Wittenberg
37,43,(35)
Linfield
(34),(26)
(35)
Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.
PUNTING
Kris Rosholt
Jake Kusters
Total..........
Opponents......
No.
38
2
40
76
Yds
1412
68
1480
2710
Avg
37.2
34.0
37.0
35.7
Long
53
38
53
62
TB
6
1
7
4
FC
11
0
11
22
I20
11
1
12
16
Blkd
0
0
0
3
KICKOFFS
Jeff Schebler
Jake Kusters
Total..........
Opponents......
No.
97
3
100
31
Yds
5854
171
6025
1601
Avg
60.4
57.0
60.2
51.6
TB
3
0
3
0
OB
0
0
0
1
Retn
Net
YdLn
1931
596
40.3
32.4
29
37
166
ALL PURPOSE
Levell Coppage
Aaron Rusch
Jordan Wells
Adam Brandes
Antwan Anderson
C.J. Miller
Aaron Samplawski
John Novak
Cory Robinson
Derek Underwood
Max Wasikowski
Matt Blanchard
Zach Howard
Terrence Fitch
Jason Ford
Troney Shumpert
Z. Christopherson
David Leaf
Matt McCulloch
Jeff Donovan
Paul Wick
Jake Taylor
Luke Hibner
Steve McCollom
Josh Williams
Stephan Jonsson
Cory Knapp
LaVell Hewlett
Mike Taylor
TEAM
Jeremy Deibert
Tim Depies
Graham Hall
Total..........
Opponents......
G
14
14
14
13
12
13
9
12
12
12
13
8
6
4
6
14
14
5
14
14
14
4
13
9
13
7
3
6
1
6
13
11
13
14
14
Rush
1996
49
0
0
575
441
0
0
0
0
1
115
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
43
0
1
0
24
0
0
14
14
13
-1
0
0
0
3292
1099
Rec
110
828
941
960
40
0
0
185
182
0
98
0
27
76
67
0
0
61
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3585
2364
PR
0
178
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
51
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
19
0
0
0
11
0
4
0
263
22
KOR
0
0
65
0
0
0
336
0
0
127
19
0
26
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
596
1931
IR
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
64
64
0
39
0
36
0
17
0
20
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
3
250
96
Tot
2106
1055
1006
960
615
441
336
185
182
127
118
115
104
76
67
64
64
61
46
43
36
26
25
24
20
19
14
14
13
10
7
4
3
7986
5512
Avg/G
150.4
75.4
71.9
73.8
51.2
33.9
37.3
15.4
15.2
10.6
9.1
14.4
17.3
19.0
11.2
4.6
4.6
12.2
3.3
3.1
2.6
6.5
1.9
2.7
1.5
2.7
4.7
2.3
13.0
1.7
0.5
0.4
0.2
570.4
393.7
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Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
UW-Whitewater Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Dec 13, 2009)
All games
43
7
17
31
97
20
23
29
55
52
95
93
28
51
91
30
60
27
41
99
42
53
56
92
10
TM
2
94
54
6
11
9
67
39
22
24
78
98
19
96
90
1
15
40
50
47
44
26
33
21
58
61
75
DEFENSIVE LEADERS
Kyle Supianoski
Troney Shumpert
Lane Olson
Paul Wick
Anthony White
Jeremy Deibert
Matt McCulloch
Z. Christopherson
Josh Williams
Max Ford
Wesley Hicks
Justin Ankley
Derek Underwood
Greg Arnold
Jon Baldwin
Jared Kiesow
Tim Depies
Graham Hall
Sean Fancher
Casey Casper
Stephan Jonsson
Luke Hibner
Jake Keeser
Jovon Dixon
Aaron Samplawski
TEAM
C.J. Miller
Kyle Zabel
Kevin Utz
Sam Overton
Jeff Schebler
Steve McCollom
Matt Kurudza
Ronnie Blaszkowski
LaVell Hewlett
Antwan Anderson
Chris Kneeland
Jake Holstein
David Leaf
Travis Young
Mike Zielinski
Cory Robinson
Matt Blanchard
Kyle Heller
Matt Pingel
Joe Paulus
Jordan Pethan
Dan Bower
Levell Coppage
Chris Pendergast
Joe Hansen
Vincent Lang
Robbie Ustruck
Total..........
Opponents......
GP
14
14
13
14
14
13
14
14
13
11
12
13
12
9
12
12
11
13
10
11
7
13
10
10
9
6
13
5
3
7
14
9
3
2
6
12
2
2
5
1
1
12
8
1
1
2
1
2
14
2
1
1
9
14
14
|---------------Tackles---------------|
Solo Ast
Total TFL/Yds
32 52
58.0
3.5-8
42 25
54.5
6.5-16
30 41
50.5
10.0-37
31 30
46.0
1.0-1
29 30
44.0
12.5-67
30 14
37.0
2.0-4
26 19
35.5
0.5-1
19 26
32.0
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20 13
26.5
1.0-3
13 26
26.0
4.0-12
12 27
25.5
6.0-44
11 27
24.5
4.5-9
16 15
23.5
2.5-7
14 18
23.0
7.0-36
13 14
20.0
1.5-9
16 8
20.0
0.5-1
16 7
19.5
1.0-1
11 16
19.0
1.0-2
11 12
17.0
1.5-2
12 9
16.5
1.0-13
11 10
16.0
2.0-3
8
10
13.0
5.0-15
7
12
13.0
2.5-9
7
10
12.0
0.5-1
9
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4.5
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494 498
743.0 82-320
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776.0 46.0-149
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168
Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater Football
UW-Whitewater Game Superlatives (as of Dec 13, 2009)
All games
INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS
Rushes
42
Levell Coppage vs UW-Eau Claire (10/10/09)
Yards Rushing
386
Levell Coppage vs UW-Eau Claire (10/10/09)
TD Rushes
4
Levell Coppage vs UW-Platteville (10/03/09)
Long Rush
68
Levell Coppage at UW-Stevens Point (10/31/09)
Levell Coppage at UW-La Crosse (Nov 14, 2009)
Pass attempts
33
Jeff Donovan vs UW-Oshkosh (Nov 7, 2009)
Pass completions
29
Jeff Donovan vs UW-Oshkosh (Nov 7, 2009)
Yards Passing
353
Jeff Donovan vs UW-River Falls (10/24/09)
TD Passes
5
Jeff Donovan vs Midland Lutheran (09/12/09)
Long Pass
77
Jeff Donovan vs Puget Sound (09/26/09)
Receptions
12
Jordan Wells vs UW-Oshkosh (Nov 7, 2009)
Yards Receiving
127
Aaron Rusch vs UW-River Falls (10/24/09)
TD Receptions
3
Adam Brandes vs Midland Lutheran (09/12/09)
Long Reception
77
Jordan Wells vs Puget Sound (09/26/09)
Field Goals
2
Jeff Schebler at UW-Stevens Point (10/31/09)
Jeff Schebler vs UW-Oshkosh (Nov 7, 2009)
Jeff Schebler vs Linfield (Dec 12, 2009)
Long Field Goal
46
Jeff Schebler vs Illinois Wesleyan (Nov 28, 2009)
Punts
5
Kris Rosholt at Dickinson State (09/05/09)
Kris Rosholt at UW-Stevens Point (10/31/09)
Kris Rosholt vs Linfield (Dec 12, 2009)
Punting Avg
46.0
Kris Rosholt at UW-Stout (10/17/09)
Long Punt
53
Kris Rosholt at Dickinson State (09/05/09)
Long Punt Return
33
Zach Howard at UW-La Crosse (Nov 14, 2009)
Long Kickoff Return
60
Aaron Samplawski vs UW-Oshkosh (Nov 7, 2009)
Tackles
8.0
TEAM at UW-Stevens Point (10/31/09)
Sacks
2.5
Anthony White vs Illinois Wesleyan (Nov 28, 2009)
Tackles For Loss
3.5
Anthony White vs Wittenberg (Dec 5, 2009)
Interceptions
2
Paul Wick vs Lakeland College (Nov 21, 2009)
TEAM GAME HIGHS
Rushes
Yards Rushing
Yards Per Rush
TD Rushes
Pass attempts
Pass completions
Yards Passing
Yards Per Pass
TD Passes
Total Plays
Total Offense
Yards Per Play
Points
Sacks By
55
406
8.1
7
35
30
358
15.2
5
78
594
9.0
70
4
First Downs
Penalties
Penalty Yards
Turnovers
31
13
130
2
Interceptions By
5
vs Midland Lutheran (09/12/09)
vs UW-Eau Claire (10/10/09)
vs UW-Eau Claire (10/10/09)
vs Lakeland College (Nov 21, 2009)
vs UW-Oshkosh (Nov 7, 2009)
vs UW-Oshkosh (Nov 7, 2009)
at Dickinson State (09/05/09)
vs Puget Sound (09/26/09)
vs Midland Lutheran (09/12/09)
vs UW-Oshkosh (Nov 7, 2009)
at UW-La Crosse (Nov 14, 2009)
vs Puget Sound (09/26/09)
vs Lakeland College (Nov 21, 2009)
at UW-Stout (10/17/09)
vs Wittenberg (Dec 5, 2009)
vs UW-Oshkosh (Nov 7, 2009)
at Dickinson State (09/05/09)
at Dickinson State (09/05/09)
vs UW-Eau Claire (10/10/09)
at UW-Stout (10/17/09)
vs Lakeland College (Nov 21, 2009)
169
OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS
Rushes
27
Yards Rushing
79
TD Rushes
1
Long Rush
Pass attempts
Pass completions
67
41
26
Yards Passing
TD Passes
278
2
Long Pass
Receptions
Yards Receiving
TD Receptions
93
10
146
1
Long Reception
Field Goals
93
1
Long Field Goal
Punts
Punting Avg
Long Punt
Long Punt Return
35
10
42.8
62
9
Long Kickoff Return
Tackles
Sacks
53
13.0
1.0
Tackles For Loss
Interceptions
3.0
1
Taylor Edwards, vs UW-River Falls (10/24/09)
Taylor Edwards, vs UW-River Falls (10/24/09)
Ahmad Palmer, vs UW-River Falls (10/24/09)
Lee Lauters, at UW-La Crosse (Nov 14, 2009)
Brock Larson, at UW-La Crosse (Nov 14, 2009)
Huffman,Aaron, vs Wittenberg (Dec 5, 2009)
Boehme,Aaron, vs Linfield (Dec 12, 2009)
Boehme,Aaron, vs Linfield (Dec 12, 2009)
Nick Anderson, vs UW-Platteville (10/03/09)
Nick Anderson, vs UW-Platteville (10/03/09)
Kyle Paulson, vs UW-Eau Claire (10/10/09)
Boehme,Aaron, vs Linfield (Dec 12, 2009)
Boehme,Aaron, vs Linfield (Dec 12, 2009)
Kyle Paulson, vs UW-Eau Claire (10/10/09)
Jared Beckwith, at UW-Stevens Point (10/31/09)
Jared Beckwith, at UW-Stevens Point (10/31/09)
McKee,Josh, vs Wittenberg (Dec 5, 2009)
Jared Jenkins, at UW-Stevens Point (10/31/09)
Zuhl, vs Puget Sound (09/26/09)
David Goodman, vs UW-Eau Claire (10/10/09)
Brett Schreiner, vs UW-Eau Claire (10/10/09)
Ryan Hansen, vs UW-River Falls (10/24/09)
Jared Jenkins, at UW-Stevens Point (10/31/09)
David Hammer, at UW-Stevens Point (10/31/09)
Paul Coburn, vs UW-Oshkosh (Nov 7, 2009)
Nate Ward, at UW-La Crosse (Nov 14, 2009)
Jake Heinemeyer, vs Lakeland College (Nov 21, 2009)
Williams, Eli, vs Illinois Wesleyan (Nov 28, 2009)
Cooper,Michael, vs Wittenberg (Dec 5, 2009)
Henderson,Ryan, vs Linfield (Dec 12, 2009)
Jared Jenkins, at UW-Stevens Point (10/31/09)
Cole Zamira, at Dickinson State (09/05/09)
Tony Smidl, vs UW-Platteville (10/03/09)
Kyle Martin, at UW-Stout (10/17/09)
Repp,Josh, vs Linfield (Dec 12, 2009)
Repp,Josh, vs Linfield (Dec 12, 2009)
Sean Russell, at Dickinson State (09/05/09)
Zic, Dennis, vs Illinois Wesleyan (Nov 28, 2009)
Cochran,Trevor, vs Wittenberg (Dec 5, 2009)
Lee Vlasak, vs UW-Platteville (10/03/09)
Bryan Blum, at UW-Stevens Point (10/31/09)
Matt Winney, at UW-La Crosse (Nov 14, 2009)
James Taraboi, vs UW-Oshkosh (Nov 7, 2009)
Mike Keyser, at Dickinson State (09/05/09)
Steve Marich, vs UW-River Falls (10/24/09)
Matt Lunder, at UW-Stevens Point (10/31/09)
Nikolich, Nick, vs Illinois Wesleyan (Nov 28, 2009)
Vallery,Eddie, vs Wittenberg (Dec 5, 2009)
Kattoua,Adam, vs Wittenberg (Dec 5, 2009)
Jackson,Jaymin, vs Linfield (Dec 12, 2009)
Krieger,Kole, vs Linfield (Dec 12, 2009)
Steele,Tyler, vs Linfield (Dec 12, 2009)
Steele,Tyler, vs Linfield (Dec 12, 2009)
Taylor, Greg, vs Midland Lutheran (09/12/09)
Adam Churchill, at UW-Stout (10/17/09)
170
Matt Ainsworth, vs UW-River Falls (10/24/09)
Joe Mleziva, at UW-Stevens Point (10/31/09)
Logan Heyden, vs UW-Oshkosh (Nov 7, 2009)
Brown,Brandyn, vs Wittenberg (Dec 5, 2009)
OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS
Rushes
53
Yards Rushing
146
Yards Per Rush
4.5
TD Rushes
2
Pass attempts
44
Pass completions
27
Yards Passing
278
Yards Per Pass
7.7
TD Passes
2
Total Plays
Total Offense
Yards Per Play
Points
Sacks By
First Downs
Penalties
Penalty Yards
Turnovers
Interceptions By
75
384
5.7
21
3
19
8
69
6
1
vs UW-River Falls (10/24/09)
vs UW-River Falls (10/24/09)
vs UW-Eau Claire (10/10/09)
at UW-La Crosse (Nov 14, 2009)
vs UW-Platteville (10/03/09)
vs UW-Platteville (10/03/09)
vs Linfield (Dec 12, 2009)
at UW-Stevens Point (10/31/09)
vs UW-Eau Claire (10/10/09)
at UW-Stevens Point (10/31/09)
at UW-La Crosse (Nov 14, 2009)
vs Linfield (Dec 12, 2009)
vs Linfield (Dec 12, 2009)
at UW-La Crosse (Nov 14, 2009)
vs Linfield (Dec 12, 2009)
vs Wittenberg (Dec 5, 2009)
at UW-Stevens Point (10/31/09)
vs Linfield (Dec 12, 2009)
vs Lakeland College (Nov 21, 2009)
vs Midland Lutheran (09/12/09)
at UW-Stout (10/17/09)
vs UW-River Falls (10/24/09)
at UW-Stevens Point (10/31/09)
vs UW-Oshkosh (Nov 7, 2009)
vs Wittenberg (Dec 5, 2009)
171
WIAC TEAM AND INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
SCORING OFFENSE
G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Whitewater ..................14 80 78
0
0
13
1
599 42.8
2. UW-Eau Claire ....................10 45 27
5
0
3
0
316 31.6
3. UW-La Crosse.....................10 42 36
1
0
3
0
299 29.9
4. UW-River Falls ....................10 35 28
1
0
9
0
267 26.7
5. UW-Stout ............................10 33 31
2
0
9
1
262 26.2
UW-Oshkosh .......................10 35 28
0
0
8
0
262 26.2
7. UW-Stevens Point ...............10 35 30
0
0
4
0
252 25.2
8. UW-Platteville .....................10 21 20
0
0
15
2
195 19.5
RUSHING OFFENSE
G Att Yds Avg TD Yds/G
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Whitewater ....................14 573 3292 5.7 51
235.1
2. UW-Stout...............................10 425 2207 5.2 19
220.7
3. UW-River Falls ......................10 456 1809 4.0 21
180.9
4. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 391 1770 4.5 17
177.0
5. UW-La Crosse .......................10 434 1670 3.8 25
167.0
6. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 363 1380 3.8 19
138.0
7. UW-Stevens Point .................10 322 1227 3.8 12
122.7
8. UW-Platteville ........................10 327 812 2.5 8
81.2
SCORING DEFENSE
G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Whitewater ....................14 17 12
1
0
4
0
128 9.1
2. UW-Stout...............................10 21 17
0
0
6
0
161 16.1
3. UW-Stevens Point .................10 26 17
3
0
12
0
215 21.5
4. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 35 25
1
0
13
0
276 27.6
5. UW-Platteville ........................10 38 31
2
0
6
0
281 28.1
UW-La Crosse .......................10 38 31
0
0
6
2
281 28.1
7. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 43 39
2
0
7
0
322 32.2
8. UW-River Falls ......................10 44 41
1
0
6
0
325 32.5
RUSHING DEFENSE
G Att Yds Avg TD Yds/G
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Whitewater ....................14 451 1099 2.4 5
78.5
2. UW-Stevens Point .................10 323 979 3.0 17
97.9
3. UW-Stout...............................10 357 1124 3.1 11
112.4
4. UW-La Crosse .......................10 390 1492 3.8 20
149.2
5. UW-River Falls ......................10 362 1507 4.2 15
150.7
6. UW-Platteville ........................10 397 1607 4.0 22
160.7
7. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 431 1867 4.3 29
186.7
8. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 455 1946 4.3 14
194.6
172
PASS OFFENSE
G Att Cmp Int
Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 340 215 8
63.2 2684 7.9 25 268.4
2. UW-Stevens Point .................10 341 210 14
61.6 2567 7.5 20 256.7
3. UW-Whitewater ....................14 356 258 6
72.5 3585 10.1 28 256.1
4. UW-La Crosse .......................10 379 213 13
56.2 2282 6.0 12 228.2
5. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 347 221 10
63.7 2226 6.4 16 222.6
6. UW-Platteville ........................10 391 227 22
58.1 2213 5.7 13 221.3
7. UW-River Falls ......................10 274 136 10
49.6 1691 6.2 11 169.1
8. UW-Stout...............................10 215 120 5
55.8 1300 6.0 12 130.0
PASS DEFENSE
G Att Cmp Int
Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Whitewater ................... 14 405 242 21
59.8 2364 5.8 12 168.9
2. UW-Platteville ........................10 296 166 14
56.1 1739 5.9 11 173.9
3. UW-Stout...............................10 328 184 16
56.1 1811 5.5 9
181.1
4. UW-La Crosse .......................10 293 148 15
50.5 1932 6.6 16 193.2
5. UW-Stevens Point .................10 378 234 15
61.9 2271 6.0 8
227.1
6. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 336 196 11
58.3 2284 6.8 21 228.4
7. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 339 204 5
60.2 2526 7.5 14 252.6
8. UW-River Falls ......................10 376 238 10
63.3 2797 7.4 26 279.7
TOTAL DEFENSE
G Rush Pass Plys Yards Avg TD Yds/G
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Whitewater ....................14 1099 2364 856 3463 4.0 17
247.4
2. UW-Stout...............................10 1124 1811 685 2935 4.3 20
293.5
3. UW-Stevens Point .................10 979 2271 701 3250 4.6 25
325.0
4. UW-Platteville ........................10 1607 1739 693 3346 4.8 33
334.6
5. UW-La Crosse .......................10 1492 1932 683 3424 5.0 36
342.4
6. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 1946 2284 791 4230 5.3 35
423.0
7. UW-River Falls ......................10 1507 2797 738 4304 5.8 41
430.4
8. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 1867 2526 770 4393 5.7 43
439.3
KICKOFF RETURNS
G Ret Yds TD Avg
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-River Falls ......................10 54 1158 1
21.4
2. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 54 1157 0
21.4
3. UW-Whitewater ....................14 28 596 0
21.3
4. UW-Stout...............................10 31 595 0
19.2
5. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 54 1023 0
18.9
6. UW-La Crosse .......................10 46 868 0
18.9
7. UW-Stevens Point .................10 41 773 0
18.9
8. UW-Platteville ........................10 50 876 0
17.5
PUNT RETURN AVG
G Ret Yds TD Avg
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-La Crosse .......................10 21 259 1
12.3
2. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 12 130 0
10.8
3. UW-Stout...............................10 17 161 0
9.5
4. UW-Whitewater ....................14 31 263 0
8.5
5. UW-Platteville ........................10 15 124 0
8.3
6. UW-Stevens Point .................10 14 102 1
7.3
7. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 14 99
0
7.1
8. UW-River Falls ......................10 16 111 0
6.9
173
PUNTING
G No. Yards Avg Ret Yds Avg Net/P
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Stevens Point .................10 46 1897 41.2 205 4.5 7
33.7
2. UW-Stout...............................10 36 1380 38.3 78 2.2 5
33.4
3. UW-Whitewater ....................14 40 1480 37.0 22 0.6 7
33.0
4. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 44 1560 35.5 111 2.5 3
31.6
5. UW-La Crosse .......................10 51 1779 34.9 186 3.6 2
30.5
6. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 52 1828 35.2 222 4.3 5
29.0
7. UW-River Falls ......................10 47 1497 31.9 96 2.0 2
29.0
8. UW-Platteville ........................10 45 1477 32.8 165 3.7 1
28.7
PASS EFFICIENCY
G Att Cmp Pct Int Yds TD
Effic
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Whitewater ....................14 356 258 72.5 6
3585 28
179.6
2. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 340 215 63.2 8
2684 25
149.1
3. UW-Stevens Point .................10 341 210 61.6 14 2567 20
136.0
4. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 347 221 63.7 10 2226 16
127.0
5. UW-Stout...............................10 215 120 55.8 5
1300 12
120.4
6. UW-La Crosse .......................10 379 213 56.2 13 2282 12
110.4
7. UW-River Falls ......................10 274 136 49.6 10 1691 11
107.4
8. UW-Platteville ........................10 391 227 58.1 22 2213 13
105.3
|----Gained-----| |-------Lost-------|
TURNOVER MARGIN
G Fum Int Tot Fum Int
Tot Mar Per/G
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Whitewater ....................14 8
21 29
6
6
12 +17 1.21
2. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 11
11 22
6
10
16 +6
0.60
3. UW-Stout...............................10 5
16 21
12
5
17 +4
0.40
4. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 10
5
15
5
8
13 +2
0.20
5. UW-La Crosse .......................10 7
15 22
9
13
22 +0
0.00
UW-Stevens Point .................10 6
15 21
7
14
21 +0
0.00
7. UW-River Falls ......................10 2
10 12
4
10
14 -2
-0.20
8. UW-Platteville ........................10 9
14 23
9
22
31 -8
-0.80
PASS DEF EFFICIENCY
G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Effic
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Stout...............................10 328 184 16 56.1 1811 9
101.8
2. UW-Whitewater ....................14 405 242 21 59.8 2364 12
108.2
3. UW-Platteville ........................10 296 166 14 56.1 1739 11
108.2
4. UW-Stevens Point .................10 378 234 15 61.9 2271 8
111.4
5. UW-La Crosse .......................10 293 148 15 50.5 1932 16
113.7
6. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 336 196 11 58.3 2284 21
129.5
7. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 339 204 5
60.2 2526 14
133.4
8. UW-River Falls ......................10 376 238 10 63.3 2797 26
143.3
FIRST DOWNS
G Rush Pass Pen Total
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Whitewater ....................14 153
165 12
330
2. UW-La Crosse .......................10 105
109 16
230
3. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 100
99
10
209
4. UW-River Falls ......................10 102
88
17
207
5. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 75
119 9
203
6. UW-Platteville ........................10 58
106 25
189
7. UW-Stevens Point .................10 62
113 11
186
8. UW-Stout...............................10 103
64
18
185
174
3RD-DN CONVERSIONS
G Conv Att
Pct
---------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Whitewater ....................14 83
157 52.9
2. UW-River Falls ......................10 72
158 45.6
3. UW-Stout...............................10 60
133 45.1
4. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 69
154 44.8
5. UW-La Crosse .......................10 71
165 43.0
6. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 56
138 40.6
7. UW-Stevens Point .................10 55
138 39.9
8. UW-Platteville ........................10 55
155 35.5
OPPONENT 1ST DOWNS
G Rush Pass Pen Total
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-La Crosse .......................10 74
74
23
171
2. UW-Stout...............................10 78
86
14
178
3. UW-Whitewater ....................14 64
107 17
188
4. UW-Platteville ........................10 84
90
16
190
5. UW-Stevens Point .................10 63
108 21
192
6. UW-River Falls ......................10 86
131 12
229
7. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 103 118 18
239
8. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 113 117 16
246
OPP 3RD-DN CONVERT
G Conv Att
Pct
----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Whitewater ....................14 63
198 31.8
2. UW-Stevens Point .................10 48
144 33.3
3. UW-La Crosse .......................10 54
151 35.8
4. UW-Stout...............................10 63
152 41.4
5. UW-Platteville ........................10 62
146 42.5
6. UW-River Falls ......................10 63
147 42.9
7. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 68
150 45.3
8. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 70
153 45.8
SACKS BY
G Sacks Yards
--------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Stevens Point .................10 32
187
2. UW-Whitewater ....................14 28
187
3. UW-Stout...............................10 24
178
4. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 19
103
5. UW-Platteville ........................10 15
89
6. UW-River Falls ......................10 14
87
UW-La Crosse .......................10 14
122
8. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 11
80
SACKS AGAINST
G Sacks Yards
--------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Whitewater ....................14 9
72
2. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 10
77
UW-Stevens Point .................10 10
81
4. UW-River Falls ......................10 14
100
5. UW-Stout...............................10 17
92
6. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 20
135
7. UW-Platteville ........................10 21
138
8. UW-La Crosse .......................10 22
127
175
PENALTIES
G No Yds Avg/G
----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-River Falls ......................10 48 432 43.2
2. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 45 465 46.5
3. UW-Whitewater ....................14 75 661 47.2
4. UW-Stout...............................10 55 484 48.4
5. UW-Platteville ........................10 66 614 61.4
6. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 67 638 63.8
7. UW-Stevens Point .................10 74 679 67.9
8. UW-La Crosse .......................10 72 705 70.5
FIELD GOALS
G Made Att Pct
-------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Whitewater ....................14 13
16
.812
2. UW-Platteville ........................10 15
19
.789
3. UW-Stout...............................10 9
13
.692
4. UW-Stevens Point .................10 4
6
.667
5. UW-River Falls ......................10 9
14
.643
6. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 8
14
.571
7. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 3
6
.500
8. UW-La Crosse .......................10 3
7
.429
OPPONENT PENALTIES
G No
Yds Avg/G
----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Platteville ........................10 62
637 63.7
2. UW-La Crosse .......................10 60
583 58.3
3. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 65
570 57.0
4. UW-Stevens Point .................10 56
529 52.9
5. UW-River Falls ......................10 53
520 52.0
6. UW-Stout...............................10 60
518 51.8
7. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 55
485 48.5
8. UW-Whitewater ....................14 57
464 33.1
PAT KICKING
G Made Att Pct
----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Stout...............................10 31
31
1.000
UW-Platteville ........................10 20
20
1.000
3. UW-Whitewater ....................14 78
80
.975
4. UW-Stevens Point .................10 30
33
.909
5. UW-River Falls ......................10 28
31
.903
6. UW-La Crosse .......................10 36
40
.900
7. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 28
32
.875
8. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 27
37
.730
4TH-DN CONVERSIONS
G Conv Att Pct
--------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Whitewater ....................14 13
15
86.7
2. UW-River Falls ......................10 11
18
61.1
3. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 8
14
57.1
4. UW-Platteville ........................10 14
25
56.0
5. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 12
23
52.2
6. UW-La Crosse .......................10 14
29
48.3
7. UW-Stevens Point .................10 10
23
43.5
8. UW-Stout...............................10 5
16
31.2
176
TIME OF POSSESSION
G
Total Time Avg/G
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Whitewater ....................14
449:22
32:05
2. UW-Platteville ........................10
313:50
31:23
3. UW-La Crosse .......................10
312:16
31:13
4. UW-Stout...............................10
310:54
31:05
5. UW-River Falls ......................10
307:16
30:43
6. UW-Stevens Point .................10
293:24
29:20
7. UW-Oshkosh .........................10
280:29
28:02
8. UW-Eau Claire.......................10
279:35
27:57
OPP 4TH-DN CONVERT
G
Conv Att Pct
-------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Whitewater ....................14
13
40 32.5
2. UW-Stout...............................10
13
28 46.4
3. UW-River Falls ......................10
12
24 50.0
4. UW-La Crosse .......................10
10
19 52.6
UW-Oshkosh .........................10
10
19 52.6
6. UW-Stevens Point .................10
9
17 52.9
7. UW-Eau Claire.......................10
14
25 56.0
8. UW-Platteville ........................10
10
17 58.8
KICKOFF COVERAGE
G No. Yards Avg Retn TB NetAvg
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Platteville ........................10 43 2688 62.5 829 3
41.8
2. UW-Stout...............................10 50 2936 58.7 860 0
41.5
3. UW-Whitewater ....................14 100 6025 60.2 1931 3
40.3
4. UW-River Falls ......................10 48 2685 55.9 815 2
38.1
5. UW-Stevens Point .................10 49 2844 58.0 966 1
37.9
6. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 56 2993 53.4 996 0
35.7
7. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 52 2970 57.1 1114 1
35.3
8. UW-La Crosse .......................10 50 2709 54.2 928 3
34.4
RED ZONE OFFENSE
G RedZone Percent TDs R/P FG-AT Fumb/Int/Downs/Other
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-River Falls ......................10 33-37
89.2
25
19/6 8-10
0/ 0/ 2/ 0
2. UW-Whitewater ....................14 58-67
86.6
49
36/13 9-11
2/ 1/ 2/ 2
3. UW-Stevens Point .................10 24-29
82.8
21
11/10 3-3
0/ 2/ 3/ 0
4. UW-Stout...............................10 28-35
80.0
22
14/8 6-7
2/ 1/ 2/ 1
5. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 31-39
79.5
28
16/12 3-6
0/ 0/ 4/ 1
6. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 33-43
76.7
25
15/10 8-11
0/ 2/ 4/ 1
7. UW-Platteville ........................10 31-42
73.8
18
8/10 13-16 3/ 4/ 0/ 1
8. UW-La Crosse .......................10 31-47
66.0
28
22/6 3-7
1/ 5/ 5/ 1
RED ZONE DEFENSE
G RedZone Percent TDs R/P FG-AT Fumb/Int/Downs/Other
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Whitewater ....................14 15-25
60.0
12
5/7
3-3
0/ 2/ 8/ 0
2. UW-Stout...............................10 17-24
70.8
13
9/4
4-6
0/ 2/ 3/ 0
3. UW-River Falls ......................10 29-40
72.5
24
12/12 5-9
0/ 2/ 3/ 2
4. UW-Eau Claire.......................10 41-54
75.9
35
24/11 6-9
4/ 0/ 5/ 1
5. UW-Oshkosh .........................10 43-53
81.1
31
13/18 12-14 2/ 3/ 3/ 0
6. UW-La Crosse .......................10 31-37
83.8
26
17/9 5-5
0/ 3/ 2/ 1
7. UW-Stevens Point .................10 28-33
84.8
19
15/4 9-11
0/ 2/ 0/ 1
8. UW-Platteville ........................10 32-36
88.9
26
20/6 6-6
0/ 1/ 3/ 0
177
ON-SIDE KICK SUCCESS
G OnSide Percent
--------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-La Crosse .......................10 1-4
25.0
2. UW-Platteville ........................10 0-2
0.0
UW-Eau Claire.......................10 0-1
0.0
UW-Oshkosh .........................10 0-1
0.0
UW-River Falls ......................10 0-0
0.0
UW-Stout...............................10 0-0
0.0
UW-Stevens Point .................10 0-0
0.0
UW-Whitewater ....................14 0-0
0.0
ON-SIDE KICK ALLOWED
G OnSide Percent
---------------------------------------------------------------------------1. UW-Stevens Point .................10 0-1
0.0
UW-Eau Claire.......................10 0-1
0.0
UW-La Crosse .......................10 0-1
0.0
UW-Platteville ........................10 0-1
0.0
UW-Stout...............................10 0-0
0.0
UW-Oshkosh .........................10 0-0
0.0
UW-River Falls ......................10 0-0
0.0
8. UW-Whitewater ....................14 1-3
33.3
178
RUSHING
Team Cl
G
Att
Yds
Avg
TD
Long Yds/G
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Levell Coppage .................. WW SO
14
288
1996 6.9
32
68
142.6
2. Taylor Edwards.................... RF
SO
10
239
1076 4.5
9
43
107.6
3. Craig Warminski .................. ST
SO
10
205
1057 5.2
8
52
105.7
4. Cory Sartorelli ...................... EC
SR
10
261
1022 3.9
16
65
102.2
5. Garrett Medenwald .............. STP SO
10
130
635
4.9
3
44
63.5
6. Charlie Weissman................ OSH SO
10
101
568
5.6
2
60
56.8
7. Jeremy Roach ..................... OSH JR
10
106
560
5.3
9
28
56.0
8. Lee Lauters ......................... LC
SO
10
123
513
4.2
6
29
51.3
9. Antwan Anderson .............. WW JR
12
111
575
5.2
9
28
47.9
10.Ross Carey......................... ST
SO
9
81
414
5.1
4
61
46.0
INTERCEPTIONS
Team Cl
G
Int
Yds
TD
Long Int/G
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Kendall Wade ...................... ST
SR
10
6
36
1
36
0.60
2. Kody Morgan ....................... STP SO
9
5
109
0
60
0.56
3. Derek Dreher ....................... LC
JR
10
5
13
0
10
0.50
4. Nate Heard .......................... OSH JR
9
4
54
1
25
0.44
5. Adam Churchill .................... ST
JR
10
4
90
0
74
0.40
Joe Mleziva ......................... STP JR
10
4
60
0
60
0.40
Quincy Hudson .................... PLT SR
10
4
59
0
38
0.40
Mike Krueger ....................... STP SR
10
4
21
0
24
0.40
9. Billy Niggeman..................... LC
JR
8
3
91
0
50
0.38
10.Z. Christopherson ............. WW SR
14
4
64
0
28
0.29
PASSING AVG/GAME
Team Cl G
Att
Cmp Int
Pct.
Yds
TD Avg/G
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Kyle Paulson ....................... EC
SR 10
337 213
8
63.2
2622
24
262.2
2. Jared Beckwith .................... STP SR 10
336 206
14
61.3
2527
20
252.7
3. Jeff Donovan ...................... WW SR 14
334 243
5
72.8
3359
27
239.9
4. Nick Anker ........................... LC
JR 10
347 197
12
56.8
2083
10
208.3
5. Nate Wara ........................... OSH FR 10
266 175
6
65.8
1597
10
159.7
6. Ryan Luessenheide ............. RF
JR 10
240 120
10
50.0
1535
10
153.5
7. Ross Carey.......................... ST
SO 9
165 94
4
57.0
1077
9
119.7
8. Tyler Wegner ....................... OSH SO 10
73
42
3
57.5
545
6
54.5
9. Craig McClelland ................. OSH JR 10
3
2
0
66.7
42
0
4.2
10.Tyler Keeney ...................... LC
SR 9
1
1
0
100.0 37
0
4.1
PASS EFFICIENCY
Team Cl
G
Att
Cmp Int
Pct.
Yds
TD
Eff.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Jeff Donovan ...................... WW SR
14
334 243
5
72.8
3359 27
180.9
2. Kyle Paulson ....................... EC
SR
10
337 213
8
63.2
2622 24
147.3
3. Tyler Wegner ....................... OSH SO
10
73
42
3
57.5
545
6
139.2
4. Jared Beckwith .................... STP SR
10
336 206
14
61.3
2527 20
135.8
5. Ross Carey.......................... ST
SO
9
165 94
4
57.0
1077 9
125.0
6. Nate Wara ........................... OSH FR
10
266 175
6
65.8
1597 10
124.1
7. Nick Anker ........................... LC
JR
10
347 197
12
56.8
2083 10
109.8
8. Ryan Luessenheide ............. RF
JR
10
240 120
10
50.0
1535 10
109.1
179
TOTAL OFFENSE
Team Cl
G
Rush Pass Plays Total Yds/G
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Kyle Paulson ....................... EC
SR
10
311
2622 421
2933 293.3
2. Jared Beckwith .................... STP SR
10
-86
2527 369
2441 244.1
3. Jeff Donovan ...................... WW SR
14
43
3359 372
3402 243.0
4. Nick Anker ........................... LC
JR
10
122
2083 441
2205 220.5
5. Nate Wara ........................... OSH FR
10
421
1597 375
2018 201.8
6. Ryan Luessenheide ............. RF
JR
10
231
1535 312
1766 176.6
7. Ross Carey.......................... ST
SO
9
414
1077 246
1491 165.7
8. Levell Coppage .................. WW SO
14
1996 0
288
1996 142.6
9. Taylor Edwards.................... RF
SO
10
1076 0
239
1076 107.6
10.Craig Warminski ................. ST
SO
10
1057 0
205
1057 105.7
PUNT RETURN AVG
Team Cl
G
Ret
Yds
TD
Long Avg
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Tyler O'Kane........................ LC
FR
9
16
170
0
42
10.6
2. Aaron Rusch ...................... WW JR
13
22
178
0
20
8.1
3. Greg Klingelhutz .................. RF
SO
9
12
96
0
20
8.0
4. Lee Vlasak........................... PLT FR
9
11
83
0
11
7.5
5. Bryan Blum .......................... STP SR
10
12
76
0
23
6.3
6. David Goodman................... EC
SO
10
13
79
0
22
6.1
RECEPTIONS/GAME
Team Cl
G
Rec
Yds
TD
Long Avg/C Rec/G
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Jared Jenkins ...................... STP JR
10
80
1210 12
93
15.1
8.00
2. Travis Bordeau .................... LC
JR
9
57
592
4
37
10.4
6.33
3. Alex Maxinoski..................... LC
SO
10
63
728
2
61
11.6
6.30
Aunton Terry........................ PLT SR
10
63
633
3
33
10.0
6.30
5. Brett Schreiner..................... EC
SR
10
55
522
8
45
9.5
5.50
6. Aaron Rusch ...................... WW JR
13
64
828
7
48
12.9
4.92
7. Spencer Kehoe .................... EC
SR
10
46
664
3
65
14.4
4.60
8. Anthony Aker ....................... STP JR
10
45
512
5
39
11.4
4.50
9. Jordan Wells ...................... WW SR
14
59
941
10
77
15.9
4.21
10.Adam Brandes .................. WW JR
13
54
960
8
70
17.8
4.15
RECEIVE YDS/GAME
Team Cl
G
Rec
Yds
TD
Long Avg/C Yds/G
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Jared Jenkins ...................... STP JR
10
80
1210 12
93
15.1
121.0
2. Adam Brandes ................... WW JR
13
54
960
8
70
17.8
73.8
3. David Goodman................... EC
SO
10
39
733
10
93
18.8
73.3
4. Alex Maxinoski..................... LC
SO
10
63
728
2
61
11.6
72.8
5. Jordan Wells ...................... WW SR
14
59
941
10
77
15.9
67.2
6. Spencer Kehoe .................... EC
SR
10
46
664
3
65
14.4
66.4
7. Travis Bordeau .................... LC
JR
9
57
592
4
37
10.4
65.8
8. Aaron Rusch ...................... WW JR
13
64
828
7
48
12.9
63.7
9. Aunton Terry........................ PLT SR
10
63
633
3
33
10.0
63.3
10.Michael Woodward ............. RF
SO
9
34
486
2
48
14.3
54.0
180
PUNTING
Team Cl
G
Punts Yds
Long Avg
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Jared Jenkins ...................... STP JR
10
37
1585 74
42.8
2. Kyle Martin .......................... ST
SR
10
35
1341 63
38.3
3. Kris Rosholt ....................... WW JR
13
38
1412 53
37.2
4. Kyle Calhoun ....................... OSH SO
10
50
1828 55
36.6
5. ChristianHallingstad ............. LC
FR
10
48
1741 58
36.3
6. Zak Brinkman ...................... PLT SO
10
41
1454 47
35.5
ALL PURPOSE
Team Cl
G
Rush Rcv
PR
KR
Yds
Avg/G
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Levell Coppage .................. WW SO
14
1996 110
0
0
2106 150.4
2. Craig Warminski .................. ST
SO
10
1057 134
113
124
1428 142.8
3. Jeremy Roach ..................... OSH JR
10
560
109
0
702
1371 137.1
4. Cory Sartorelli ...................... EC
SR
10
1022 236
0
16
1274 127.4
5. Jared Jenkins ...................... STP JR
10
60
1210 0
0
1270 127.0
6. Taylor Edwards.................... RF
SO
10
1076 1
0
0
1077 107.7
7. Greg Klingelhutz .................. RF
SO
9
107
22
96
686
911
101.2
8. Lee Vlasak........................... PLT FR
9
8
194
83
498
783
87.0
9. Charlie Weissman................ OSH SO
10
568
109
3
164
844
84.4
10.David Goodman.................. EC
SO
10
0
733
79
0
812
81.2
SCORING
Team Cl
G
TD
XPT
FG
2XP
Pts
Pts/G
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Levell Coppage .................. WW SO
14
32
0
0
0
192
13.7
2. Cory Sartorelli ...................... EC
SR
10
17
12
1
0
117
11.7
3. Jeff Schebler ...................... WW SR
14
0
78
13
0
117
8.4
4. Jared Jenkins ...................... STP JR
10
12
0
0
0
72
7.2
5. Tony Smidl .......................... PLT SR
10
0
20
15
0
65
6.5
6. Jeremy Roach ..................... OSH JR
10
10
0
0
0
60
6.0
David Goodman................... EC
SO
10
10
0
0
0
60
6.0
8. Kyle Martin .......................... ST
SR
10
0
31
9
0
58
5.8
9. Taylor Edwards.................... RF
SO
10
9
0
0
0
54
5.4
Craig Warminski .................. ST
SO
10
9
0
0
0
54
5.4
SCORING (TDs)
Team Cl
G
TD
Rush Pass
Ret
PAT Pts
Pts/G
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Levell Coppage .................. WW SO 14
32
32
0
0
0
192 13.7
2. Cory Sartorelli ...................... EC
SR 10
17
16
1
0
0
102 10.2
3. Jared Jenkins ...................... STP JR 10
12
0
12
0
0
72
7.2
4. Jeremy Roach ..................... OSH JR 10
10
9
1
0
0
60
6.0
David Goodman................... EC
SO 10
10
0
10
0
0
60
6.0
6. Taylor Edwards.................... RF
SO 10
9
9
0
0
0
54
5.4
Craig Warminski .................. ST
SO 10
9
8
1
0
0
54
5.4
8. Brett Schreiner..................... EC
SR 10
8
0
8
0
2
52
5.2
9.Antwan Anderson ............... WW JR 12
9
9
0
0
0
54
4.5
10. Jordan Wells .................... WW SR 14
10
0
10
0
0
60
4.3
181
FIELD GOALS
Team Cl
G
FG
FGA
Pct.
FG/G
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Tony Smidl .......................... PLT SR
10
15
19
78.9
1.50
2. Jeff Schebler ...................... WW SR
14
13
16
81.2
0.93
3. Kyle Martin .......................... ST
SR
10
9
13
69.2
0.90
4. Andy Lindsay ....................... OSH SO
9
8
13
61.5
0.89
5. Chad Blair ........................... RF
FR
10
8
11
72.7
0.80
6. Andrew Clohan .................... STP FR
10
4
6
66.7
0.40
7. Dylan Rude.......................... LC
JR
10
3
7
42.9
0.30
8. Cory Sartorelli ...................... EC
SR
10
1
2
50.0
0.10
Drake Klatt........................... RF
FR
10
1
3
33.3
0.10
SCORING (KICK)
Team Cl
G
PATs FGs
Pts
Pts/G
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Jeff Schebler ...................... WW SR
14
78-80 13-16 117
8.4
2. Tony Smidl .......................... PLT SR
10
20-20 15-19 65
6.5
3. Kyle Martin .......................... ST
SR
10
31-31 9-13
58
5.8
4. Andy Lindsay ....................... OSH SO
9
23-26 8-13
47
5.2
5. Chad Blair ........................... RF
FR
10
28-31 8-11
52
5.2
6. Dylan Rude.......................... LC
JR
10
36-40 3-7
45
4.5
7. Andrew Clohan .................... STP FR
10
30-33 4-6
42
4.2
8. Cory Sartorelli ...................... EC
SR
10
12-16 1-2
15
1.5
9. Drake Klatt........................... RF
FR
10
0-0
1-3
3
0.3
10.James Taraboi .................... OSH SR
10
1-2
0-1
1
0.1
FIELD GOAL PCT
Team Cl
G
FG
FGA
Long Pct.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Jeff Schebler ...................... WW SR
14
13
16
46
81.2
2. Tony Smidl .......................... PLT SR
10
15
19
44
78.9
3. Chad Blair ........................... RF
FR
10
8
11
37
72.7
4. Kyle Martin .......................... ST
SR
10
9
13
46
69.2
5. Andy Lindsay ....................... OSH SO
9
8
13
37
61.5
PAT KICKING PCT
Team Cl
G
Made Att
Pct.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Kyle Martin .......................... ST
SR
10
31
31
100.0
Tony Smidl .......................... PLT SR
10
20
20
100.0
3. Jeff Schebler ...................... WW SR
14
78
80
97.5
4. Andrew Clohan .................... STP FR
10
30
33
90.9
5. Chad Blair ........................... RF
FR
10
28
31
90.3
6. Dylan Rude.......................... LC
JR
10
36
40
90.0
7. Andy Lindsay ....................... OSH SO
9
23
26
88.5
8. Cory Sartorelli ...................... EC
SR
10
12
16
75.0
TACKLES (All positions)
Player
Team Cl
G
Pos
Solo
Ast
Total Avg/G Sack
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. James Taraboi ..................... OSH SR
10
LB
92
53
145
14.5
3.5
2. John Jones .......................... STP SR
10
LB
48
44
92
9.2
2.0
3. Joe Mleziva ......................... STP JR
10
DB
54
35
89
8.9
1.0
4. Cole Lowell .......................... RF
SR
10
LB
41
42
83
8.3
0.0
5. Tom Bruins .......................... PLT SR
10
LB
54
23
77
7.7
0.0
6. Bryan Blum .......................... STP SR
10
DB
47
29
76
7.6
0.0
7. Dustin Drath ........................ LC
JR
9
SS
47
19
66
7.3
0.0
8. Ross Potter.......................... RF
SR
10
DB
39
33
72
7.2
0.0
Peter Peterson..................... STP JR
10
LB
37
35
72
7.2
1.5
182
10.Ryan Pearcy ....................... ST
Dave Daino......................... PLT
12.Jack Breese........................ OSH
Aaron Johnson ................... LC
14.Matt Ainsworth .................... RF
15.Trevor Fiege ....................... ST
16.Matt Guertin........................ RF
17.Matt Lunder ........................ STP
18.Ryan Leis ........................... EC
19.Justin Eloranta .................... RF
20.Brian Snyder....................... PLT
21.Kyle Supianoski ................ WW
Mark Bader ......................... EC
23.Quincy Hudson ................... PLT
Jon Ebert ............................ PLT
25.Kendall Wade ..................... ST
Jim Litscher ........................ LC
Granger Taft ....................... EC
28.Kyle Schofield..................... STP
29.Lane Olson ........................ WW
30.Mike Krueger ...................... STP
Matt Gajewski ..................... RF
32.Andy Neumann ................... EC
33.Shay Lehman ..................... ST
Chris Olson......................... EC
35.Cameron Heilman ............... OSH
Adam Churchill ................... ST
37.Andrew Evanoff .................. EC
38.Justin Metzger .................... OSH
39.P. Follansbee-Delong ........ STP
Bryant Dorsey ..................... EC
41.Troney Shumpert .............. WW
42.Nick Bocik........................... ST
43.Andy Kremel ....................... OSH
44.Mike Larson ........................ RF
45.Justin Crooks...................... ST
46.Paul Wick .......................... WW
47.Randy Langer ..................... PLT
48.Anthony White .................. WW
49.Ben Arata ........................... RF
50.Kalan Stittleburg ................. EC
SO
FR
SO
SR
SO
SO
SO
JR
SR
SR
JR
SR
JR
SR
SR
SR
JR
JR
SR
SR
SR
SO
SO
SR
SO
JR
JR
SR
SR
SR
SR
SR
SR
JR
SR
SR
SR
JR
SR
SR
SO
10
8
10
10
10
8
10
10
10
10
10
14
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
13
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
14
10
10
10
9
14
9
14
10
10
LB
DB
LB
DB
LB
DB
DL
LB
DB
LB
DB
LB
DB
LB
CB
LB
DB
DB
DB
DB
CB
LB
DB
DL
LB
DL
DB
LB
DE
DE
DB
DB
DL
DL
DB
48
46
37
53
50
28
43
30
40
28
37
32
43
43
32
41
50
43
27
30
33
33
32
27
43
32
31
36
21
22
27
42
27
25
18
30
31
25
29
25
31
22
10
32
16
18
26
22
34
23
34
24
52
17
15
26
16
7
14
28
41
21
21
21
25
9
19
20
14
28
26
21
25
20
21
27
10
30
14
30
17
10
70
56
69
69
68
54
65
64
63
62
61
84
60
58
58
57
57
57
55
71
54
54
53
52
52
51
51
50
49
48
48
67
47
46
45
40
61
39
59
42
41
7.0
7.0
6.9
6.9
6.8
6.8
6.5
6.4
6.3
6.2
6.1
6.0
6.0
5.8
5.8
5.7
5.7
5.7
5.5
5.5
5.4
5.4
5.3
5.2
5.2
5.1
5.1
5.0
4.9
4.8
4.8
4.8
4.7
4.6
4.5
4.4
4.4
4.3
4.2
4.2
4.1
1.0
0.0
0.0
1.0
0.0
2.5
0.0
8.5
4.0
0.0
0.0
2.0
0.0
0.0
1.0
0.0
1.0
1.0
1.5
4.5
0.0
0.0
3.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
4.5
1.0
7.5
1.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
3.0
0.0
0.0
1.5
5.5
0.0
2.0
183
SACKS
Team Cl
G
Pos
Solo
Ast
Yds
Total Avg/G
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Marcus Ball.......................... ST
SR
9
DL
9
1
86
9.5
1.06
2. Matt Lunder ......................... STP JR
10
DL
7
3
69
8.5
0.85
3. P. Follansbee-Delong .......... STP SR
10
DL
7
1
41
7.5
0.75
4. Tim Stephenson .................. PLT SR
10
DL
6
2
44
7.0
0.70
5. Charlie Dercks ..................... STP SR
10
DL
5
3
28
6.5
0.65
6. Anthony White ................... WW SR
14
DL
5
1
46
5.5
0.39
7. Wesley Hicks ..................... WW JR
12
DL
4
1
43
4.5
0.38
8. Lane Olson ......................... WW SR
13
DB
4
1
24
4.5
0.35
9. Andrew Evanoff ................... EC
SR
10
DL
4
1
14
4.5
0.45
10. Ryan Leis .......................... EC
SR
10
3
2
32
4.0
0.40
TACKLES FOR LOSS
Team Cl
G
Pos
Solo
Ast
Yds
Total Avg/G
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Matt Lunder ......................... STP JR
10
DL
17
15
106
24.5
2.45
2. P. Follansbee-Delong ......... STP SR
10
DL
10
10
53
15.0
1.50
3. James Taraboi ..................... OSH SR
10
LB
13
3
71
14.5
1.45
4. Aaron Johnson .................... LC
SR
10
LB
13
1
36
13.5
1.35
5. Marcus Ball.......................... ST
SR
9
DL
12
1
98
12.5
1.39
6. Anthony White ................... WW SR
14
DL
10
5
67
12.5
0.89
7. Tim Stephenson .................. PLT SR
10
DL
10
4
56
12.0
1.20
8. Nicholas Matthews............... LC
SO
10
DT
11
1
24
11.5
1.15
9. Lane Olson ......................... WW SR
13
DB
7
6
37
10.0
0.77
10. Charlie Dercks ................... STP SR
10
DL
7
6
38
10.0
1.00
FUMBLES FORCED
Team Cl
G
Num Avg/G
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Marcus Ball.......................... ST
SR
9
3
0.33
2. Tom Bruins .......................... PLT SR
10
3
0.30
James Taraboi ..................... OSH SR
10
3
0.30
Matt Winney ........................ LC
SR
10
3
0.30
5. Derek Jones ........................ LC
SR
8
2
0.25
6. Brandon Wood..................... ST
SO
9
2
0.22
7. Cameron Heilman................ OSH JR
10
2
0.20
Andy Neumann .................... EC
SO
10
2
0.20
Frank Martin ........................ OSH SO
10
2
0.20
Matt Lunder ......................... STP JR
10
2
0.20
FUMBLES RCVD
Team Cl
G
Num Avg/G
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Jesse Lindemulder............... PLT SO
9
2
0.22
Dustin Drath ........................ LC
JR
9
2
0.22
3. Joe Mleziva ......................... STP JR
10
2
0.20
Dan Mahaffey ...................... EC
JR
10
2
0.20
Jack Breese......................... OSH SO
10
2
0.20
6. Mitch Ruesch ....................... ST
SO
8
1
0.12
Andrew Thompson............... OSH FR
8
1
0.12
Chris Thewis........................ EC
SO
8
1
0.12
9. Kody Morgan ....................... STP SO
9
1
0.11
Jordan Mortenson ................ OSH SO
9
1
0.11
184
PASSES DEFENDED
Team Cl
G
Brup Int
Total Avg/G
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Nate Heard .......................... OSH JR
9
12
4
16
1.78
2. Kendall Wade ...................... ST
SR
10
9
6
15
1.50
3. Derek Dreher ....................... LC
JR
10
8
5
13
1.30
4. Billy Niggeman..................... LC
JR
8
7
3
10
1.25
5. Mike Krueger ....................... STP SR
10
8
4
12
1.20
6. Matt Winney ........................ LC
SR
10
9
2
11
1.10
7. Troney Shumpert ............... WW SR
13
12
3
15
1.07
8. Quincy Hudson .................... PLT SR
10
6
4
10
1.00
9. Joe Mleziva ......................... STP JR
10
5
4
9
0.90
10.Kody Morgan ...................... STP SO
9
3
5
8
0.89
185
HISTORY
186
UW-WHITEWATER FOOTBALL ALL-AMERICANS
YEAR
NAME
POS.
TEAM
ASSOCIATION
1960
1965
1966
1967-68
1969
1970
1970
1973
1973-75
1974
1975
1977
1978
1978
1979
1979
1982
1984
1984
1986
1986
1987
1988
1988
1988
1988
1988
1990
1990
1990
1991
1991
1992
1993
1993
1994
1994
1995
1996
1996
1996
1996
1996
1997
1997
1997
1997
1997
Roger Johnson
Vilnis Ezerins
Bob Berezowitz
Al Equi
Andy Kolstad
Kirk Behrent
Mike Dressler
Jim Walters
Bill Barwick
Richie Barnes
Dan Brunner
Steve Sutter
Jeff Anding
John Fonaas
Mike LaLoggia
Jerry Young
Daryl Schliem
Steve Boldt
Mike Miller
George Rainey
Tom Spaltholz
George Rainey
Travis Talton
Travis Talton
Dave Haluska
John Spiegelhoff
Jim Jaworski
Pat Crowley
Pat Crowley
Larry Quakenbush
Anthony Talton
Jeff Wiese
Dave Lang
Paul Jones
Brad Arnett
Spencer Johnson
Spencer Johnson
Scott Hawig
Derrick LeVake
Derrick LeVake
Derrick LeVake
Derrick LeVake
Doug Chellevold
Dale Fennel
Marty Vosburg
Bryan Mader
Bryan Mader
Bryan Mader
QB
HB
QB
LB
DL
T
SE
DL
G
LB
TE
DB
K
DB
QB
WR
DE
OT
RB
RB
LB
RB
RB
RB
DB
C
DE
DL
DL
OT
WR
DB
OT
WR
NG
RB
RB
C
OL
OL
OL
OL
DB
C
DE
K
K
K
1st
1st
2nd
1st
1st
1st
HM
1st
1st
HM
HM
HM
st
1
2nd
HM
1st
HM
1st
3rd
HM
HM
1st
2nd
3rd
3rd
HM
HM
1st
2nd
HM
3rd
HM
HM
2nd
1st
2nd
2nd
1st
1st
nd
2
3rd
3rd
1st
2nd
2nd
1st
2nd
rd
3
AP
AP
AP
AP
NAIA
NAIA
NAIA
NAIA
AFCA/Kodak
NAIA
NAIA
AP
NAIA
NAIA
AP
AP
AP
Football News
CoSIDA/Pizza Hut
CoSIDA/Pizza Hut
Pizza Hut
Football News
Football Gazette
CoSIDA/Pizza Hut
Football Gazette
CoSIDA/Pizza Hut
Football Gazette
AFCA/Kodak
CoSIDA/Champion
CoSIDA/Champion
Football Gazette
Football Gazette
Football Gazette
CoSIDA/Champion*
NSCA
CoSIDA
Football Gazette
CoSIDA/GTE*
AFCA
Football Gazette
Hewlett-Packard
AP
CoSIDA/GTE*
USA III CFP
USA III CFP
USA III CFP
CoSIDA/GTE
Hewlett-Packard*
187
YEAR
1997
1997
1997
1997
1998
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2001
2002
2003
2003
2003
2004
2004
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
NAME
Derrick LeVake
Derrick LeVake
Derrick LeVake
Derrick LeVake
Ty Grovesteen
Jake Wolter
Peter Katz
Jake Wolter
Jake Wolter
Jake Wolter
Peter Katz
Chad Wurth
Chad Wurth
Chad Nimm
Derek Stanley
Trey Bell
Trey Bell
Justin Beaver
Justin Beaver
Justin Beaver
Justin Beaver
Brady Ramseier
Brady Ramseier
Robb Widuch
Robb Widuch
Max Sakellaris
Ryan Kleppe
Ryan Kleppe
Justin Jacobs
Justin Jacobs
Jim Leszczynski
Ryan Kleppe
Ryan Kleppe
Ryan Kleppe
Justin Beaver
Justin Beaver
Max Sakellaris
Max Sakellaris
Pete Schmitt
Pete Schmitt
AJ Raebel
Jeff Schebler
Jeff Schebler
Jeff Schebler
Derek Stanley
Derek Stanley
Justin Beaver
Justin Beaver
Justin Beaver
Justin Beaver
Justin Beaver
Ryan Ogrizovich
POS.
OL
OL
OL
OL
QB
KR
DT
DB
DB
DB
DT
PK
PK
OL
KR
DB
DB
RB
RB
RB
RB
OL
OL
LB
LB
OL
DL
DL
QB
QB
WR
DL
DL
DL
RB
RB
OL
OL
TE
TE
LB
K
K
K
WR
WR
RB
RB
RB
RB
RB
DL
TEAM
st
1
1st
1st
st
1
HM
HM
st
1
st
1
nd
2
nd
2
st
1
rd
3
st
1
st
1
nd
2
st
1
3rd
1st
1st
1st
2nd
1st
1st
1st
1st
3rd
3rd
2nd
HM
2nd
2nd
3rd
1st
1st
1st
HM
st
1
1st
2nd
3rd
nd
2
nd
2
nd
2
st
1
rd
3
st
1
st
1
nd
2
st
1
st
1
1st
1st
ASSOCIATION
USA III CFP
Hewlett-Packard
AFCA
Football Gazette
USA III CFP
Football Gazette
CoSIDA/Verizon*
D3football.com
Hewlett-Packard
Football Gazette
CoSIDA/Verizon*
D3football.com
Football Gazette
AFCA
D3football.com
AFCA
D3football.com
AFCA
D3football.com
D3football.com All-West Region
AP Little
D3football.com
D3football.com All-West Region
D3football.com
D3football.com All-West Region
D3football.com
D3football.com
D3football.com All-West Region
D3football.com
D3football.com All-West Region
D3football.com All-West Region
AP College Division
D3football.com
Football Gazette
D3football.com
Football Gazette
D3football.com
Football Gazette
D3football.com
Football Gazette
D3football.com
D3football.com
AP College Division
Football Gazette
D3football.com
Football Gazette
AFCA
CoSIDA/ESPN
D3football.com (Offense POY)
D3football.com All-West Region
All-West Region Offense POY
D3football.com
188
YEAR
NAME
POS.
TEAM
st
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2007
2008
2008
2008
2008
2008
2008
2008
2008
2008
2008
2008
2008
2008
2008
2008
Ryan Ogrizovich
Ryan Ogrizovich
Jeff Schebler
Jeff Schebler
AJ Raebel
AJ Raebel
Ben Farley
Ben Farley
Brent Allen
Brent Allen
Jace Rindahl
Jace Rindahl
Jace Rindahl
Jace Rindahl
Levell Coppage
Levell Coppage
Mike Sherman
Mike Sherman
Jeff Schebler
Jeff Schebler
Jeff Schebler
Troney Shumpert
Troney Shumpert
Anthony White
Anthony White
DL
DL
K
K
LB
LB
CB
CB
OL
OL
LB
LB
LB
LB
RB
RB
OL
OL
K
K
K
CB
CB
DL
DL
1
1st
1st
st
1
nd
2
st
1
nd
2
st
1
nd
2
st
1
st
1
st
1
st
1
st
1
st
1
rd
3
2nd
1st
2nd
2nd
2nd
2nd
HM
3rd
HM
2009
Levell Coppage
RB
1st
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
Jeff Schebler
Troney Shumpert
Kyle Supianoski
Robbie Ustruck
Matt Weber
Jeff Donovan
Garth Coats
Anthony White
Aaron Rusch
K
CB
LB
OL
OL
QB
C
DL
WR
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
2nd
2nd
2nd
rd
3
ASSOCIATION
D3football.com All-West Region
All-West Region Defense POY
D3football.com
D3football.com All-West Region
D3football.com
D3football.com All-West Region
D3football.com
D3football.com All-West Region
D3football.com
D3football.com All-West Region
D3football.com All-West Region
AFCA
AP
D3football.com
D3football.com All-West Region
D3football.com
D3football.com All-West Region
D3football.com
D3football.com All-West Region
AP
D3football.com
D3football.com All-West Region
D3football.com
D3football.com All-West Region
D3football.com
D3football.com All-West Region
POY
D3football.com All-West Region
D3football.com All-West Region
D3football.com All-West Region
D3football.com All-West Region
D3football.com All-West Region
D3football.com All-West Region
D3football.com All-West Region
D3football.com All-West Region
D3football.com All-West Region
AP = Associated Press, College Division; Football Gazette = Don Hansen‟s Football Gazette magazine;
NAIA = National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics; AFCA = American Football Coaches Association,
sponsored by Kodak; CoSIDA = College Sports Information Directors of America, sponsored by Pizza
Hut; CoSIDA = College Sports Information Directors of America, sponsored by Champion; CoSIDA =
College Sports Information Directors of America, sponsored by GTE; CoSIDA = College Sports
Information Directors of America, sponsored by Verizon; Football News = Football News Magazine;
NSCA = National Strength Coaches of America; CFP = College Football Panel; USA III = USA III College
Football; USA III CFP = USA III College Football Panel; * = Academic All-American
189
UW-WHITEWATER FOOTBALL ALL-CONFERENCE PLAYERS
Denotes still active
♦ 2009 ♦
FIRST TEAM OFFENSE
Pos
QB
RB
WR
OL
OL
C
K
Name
Jeff Donovan
Levell Coppage
Aaron Rusch
Robbie Ustruck
Matt Weber
Garth Coats
Jeff Schebler
Year
Senior
Sophomore
Junior
Junior
Junior
Senior
Senior
Pos
P
Name
Kris Rosholt
Year
Sophomore
Pos
TE
WR
Name
John Novak
Jordan Wells
Year
Junior
Senior
Pos
DL
LB
DB
Name
Anthony White
Kyle Supianoski
Troney Shumpert
Pos
DL
DL
LB
DB
Name
Justin Ankley
Jon Baldwin
Lane Olson
Paul Wick
Hgt.
6’5
5’8
6’0
6’2
6’3
6’2
6’
Wgt.
187
180
168
280
285
282
182
Hometown/(High School)
Wauwatosa/East
Oak Park, Illinois
Hartford
West Allis/Hale
Oregon
Evansville
Davenport, Iowa/Assumption
SECOND TEAM OFFENSE
Hgt.
6’3
Wgt.
229
Hometown/(High School)
Reedsburg
HONORABLE MENTION OFFENSE
Hgt.
6’5
6’
Wgt.
278
185
Hometown/(High School)
Michigan City, Indiana
Elgin, Illinois
FIRST TEAM DEFENSE
Year
Senior
Senior
Senior
Hgt.
6’0
6’
5’8
Wgt.
215
225
180
Hometown/(High School)
Milwaukee/Bay View
Tama, Iowa/South
Milwaukee/BayView
SECOND TEAM DEFENSE
Year
Senior
Junior
Junior
Senior
Hgt.
6’4
6’3
5’10
5’10
Wgt.
285
247
195
185
Hometown/(High School)
Racine/Case
Spring Grove, Illinois/Richmond Burton
Racine/Horlick
Franklin
HONORABLE MENTION DEFENSE
Pos
DB
Name
Zach Christopherson
Year
Senior
Hgt.
5’11
Wgt.
210
Hometown/(High School)
Hartford
ALL-SPORTSMANSHIP TEAM
Pos
RB
Name
Max Wasikowski
Year
Enior
Hgt.
6‟
Wgt.
235
Hometown/(High School)
Cudahy
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
GEORGE CHRYST COACH OF THE YEAR
Jeff Donovan of Whitewater
Lance Leipold of Whitewater
190
♦ 2008 ♦
FIRST TEAM OFFENSE
Pos
RB
OL
K
Name
Year
Levell Coppage
Freshman
Mike Sherman** Senior
Jeff Schebler**
Junior
**Unanimous Selection
Hgt.
5’8
6‟0
6’0
Wgt.
180
264
182
Hometown/(High School)
Oak Park, Ill.
Oconomoc/Kettle Moraine
Davenport, Iowa/Assumption
SECOND TEAM OFFENSE
Pos
TE
QB
WR
OL
Name
Nick Slupski
Jeff Donovan
Aaron Rusch
Robert Gilbreath
Year
Senior
Junior
Sophomore
Senior
Pos
C
Name
Garth Coats
Year
Junior
Pos
DL
LB
DB
Name
Anthony White
Jace Rindahl
Troney Shumpert
Pos
DL
LB
Name
Jon Baldwin
Kyle Supianoski
Hgt.
6‟3
6’5
6’3
6‟2
Wgt.
240
187
168
290
Hometown/(High School)
Greenfield
Wauwatosa/East
Hartford
St. Francis
HONORABLE MENTION OFFENSE
Hgt.
6’2
Wgt.
282
Hometown/(High School)
Evansville
FIRST TEAM DEFENSE
Year
Junior
Senior
Junior
Hgt.
6’0
6‟3
5’8
Wgt.
215
230
165
Hometown/(High School)
Milwaukee/Bay View
Cambridge
Milwaukee/BayView
SECOND TEAM DEFENSE
Year
Sophomore
Junior
Hgt.
6’3
6’0
Wgt.
247
225
Hometown/(High School)
Spring Grove, Ill./Richmond Burton
Tama, Iowa/South
HONORABLE MENTION DEFENSE
Pos
DB
Name
Paul Wick
Year
Junior
Hgt.
5’10
Pos
DL
Name
Mike Dufrane
Year
Senior
Wgt.
185
Hometown/(High School)
Franklin
ALL-SPORTSMANSHIP TEAM
Hgt.
6‟4
Wgt.
300
Hometown/(High School)
Hortonville
191
♦ 2007 ♦
FIRST TEAM OFFENSE
Pos
Name
Year
C
Brent Allen
Senior
QB
Danny Jones
Senior
RB
Justin Beaver**
Senior
WR
Neil Mrkvicka
Senior
Kicker Jeff Schebler**
Sophomore
**Unanimous Selection
Hgt.
5-11
6-2
5-9
5-11
6-0
Wgt.
256
196
200
184
182
Hometown/(High School)
Mukwonago
Pleasanton, Calif. (Amador Valley)
Palmyra (Palmyra-Eagle)
Greendale
Davenport, Iowa (Assumption)
SECOND TEAM OFFENSE
Pos
OL
OL
Name
Dan Anstett
Brady Ramseier
Year
Senior
Senior
Pos
OL
Punter
Name
Mike Sherman
Nick Croak
Year
Junior
Senior
Hgt.
5-11
6-7
Wgt.
286
313
Hometown/(High School)
South Milwaukee
Jefferson (Luther Prep)
HONORABLE MENTION OFFENSE
Hgt.
6-0
5-9
Wgt.
264
185
Hometown/(High School)
Oconomowoc (Kettle Moraine)
Muskego
FIRST TEAM DEFENSE
Pos
DL
LB
LB
Name
Year
Ryan Ogrizovich Senior
Tristan Borzick
Senior
A.J. Raebel**
Senior
**Unanimous Selection
Hgt.
6-1
6-1
6-5
Wgt.
268
241
240
Hometown/(High School)
Burlington
Kenosha (Tremper)
Cary Grove, Ill.
SECOND TEAM DEFENSE
Pos
DB
DB
DB
Name
Matt Blaziewske
Ben Farley
Andy Murray
Year
Senior
Senior
Senior
Pos
LB
Name
Jace Rindhal
Year
Junior
Hgt.
5-11
6-5
6-2
Wgt.
185
200
205
Hometown/(High School)
Kenosha (Tremper)
Brookfield (East)
Mount Horeb
HONORABLE MENTION DEFENSE
Hgt.
6-3
Wgt.
230
Hometown/(High School)
Cambridge
ALL-SPORTSMANSHIP TEAM
Pos
OL
Name
Cal Schmidt
Year
Senior
Hgt.
6-4
Wgt.
270
Hometown/(High School)
Cudahy
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
MAX SPARGER SCHOLAR-ATHLETE
Justin Beaver of Whitewater
Justin Beaver of Whitewater
192
♦ 2006 ♦
FIRST TEAM OFFENSE
Pos
Name
Year
TE
Pete Schmitt
Senior
OL
Brent Allen
Junior
OL
Max Sakellaris** Senior
QB
Justin Jacobs**
Senior
RB
Justin Beaver
Junior
WR
Derek Stanley** Senior
Kicker Jeff Schebler**
Freshman
**Unanimous Selection
Hgt.
6-4
5-9
6-2
6-1
5-8
5-11
6-0
Wgt.
247
256
285
195
196
183
188
Hometown/(High School)
Mount Horeb
Mukwonago
Oak Park, Ill.
Sun Prairie
Palmyra (Palmyra-Eagle)
Verona
Davenport, Iowa
SECOND TEAM OFFENSE
Pos
OL
RB
WR
Name
Brady Ramseier
Travis Reuland
Neil Mrkvicka
Year
Junior
Senior
Senior
Hgt.
6-6
5-9
5-10
Wgt.
308
225
186
Hometown/(High School)
Jefferson (Watertown Luther Prep)
Palmyra (Palmyra-Eagle)
Greendale
HONORABLE MENTION OFFENSE
Pos
WR
Punter
Name
Lance Douglas
Nick Croak
Year
Senior
Junior
Hgt.
6-4
5-10
Wgt.
206
185
Hometown/(High School)
Brodhead
Muskego
FIRST TEAM DEFENSE
Pos
DL
LB
LB
DB
Name
Year
Ryan Kleppe**
Senior
A.J. Raebel
Junior
Robb Widuch**
Senior
Matt Blaziewske Junior
**Unanimous Selection
Hgt.
6-0
6-5
6-3
5-11
Wgt.
290
241
230
190
Hometown/(High School)
Mount Horeb
Cary Grove, Ill.
Greenfield (Whitnall)
Kenosha (Tremper)
SECOND TEAM DEFENSE
Pos
DL
LB
Name
Ryan Ogrizovich
Tristan Borzick
Year
Sophomore
Junior
Pos
DB
Name
Ben Farley
Year
Junior
Hgt.
6-1
6-0
Wgt.
225
237
Hometown/(High School)
Burlington
Kenosha (Tremper)
HONORABLE MENTION DEFENSE
Hgt.
6-4
Wgt.
195
Hometown/(High School)
Brookfield (East)
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
MAX SPARGER SCHOLAR-ATHLETE
Justin Jacobs of Whitewater
Ryan Kleppe of Whitewater
GEORGE CHRYST COACH OF THE YEAR
Bob Berezowitz of Whitewater
193
♦ 2005 ♦
FIRST TEAM OFFENSE
Pos
OL
OL
QB
RB
WR
Name
Year
Brady Ramseier Sophomore
Max Sakellaris** Junior
Justin Jacobs**
Junior
Justin Beaver**
Sophomore
Jim Leszczynski Senior
**Unanimous Selection
Hgt.
6-6
6-2
6-1
5-8
5-11
Wgt.
289
285
186
196
200
Hometown/(High School)
Jefferson (Lutheran Preparatory)
Oak Park, Ill. (River Forest)
Sun Prairie
Palmyra (Palmyra-Eagle)
Franklin
SECOND TEAM OFFENSE
Pos
WR
Kicker
Name
Derek Stanley
Mike Chaulk
Year
Junior
Senior
Hgt.
5-11
5-11
Wgt.
175
179
Hometown/(High School)
Madison (Verona)
Elkhorn (St. Xavier, Ohio)
HONORABLE MENTION OFFENSE
Pos
OL
Name
Tony Lorino
Year
Senior
Hgt.
6-2
Wgt.
295
Hometown/(High School)
Franklin (Waukesha Memorial)
FIRST TEAM DEFENSE
Pos
DL
LB
LB
DB
Name
Year
Ryan Kleppe**
Junior
A.J. Raebel
Sophomore
Robb Widuch**
Senior
Derek Brown
Senior
**Unanimous Selection
Hgt.
6-0
6-5
6-3
6-0
Wgt.
270
218
230
203
Hometown/(High School)
Mount Horeb
Cary, Ill. (Cary Grove)
Greenfield (Whitnall)
Fort Atkinson
HONORABLE MENTION DEFENSE
Pos
LB
DB
Name
Collin Price
Kyle Johnson
Year
Senior
Senior
Hgt.
6-1
5-11
Wgt.
222
195
Hometown/(High School)
Tomah
Sussex (Hamilton)
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Justin Jacobs of Whitewater
GEORGE CHRYST COACH OF THE YEAR
Bob Berezowitz of Whitewater
194
♦ 2004 ♦
FIRST TEAM OFFENSE
Pos
OL
RB
Punter
Name
Max Sakellaris
Colin Burns
Nick Croak
Year
Sophomore
Sophomore
Freshman
Pos
WR
Name
Jim Lesczynski
Year
Junior
Pos
WR
Name
Eric Stauss
Year
Senior
Pos
DL
DL
LB
DB
Name
Jason Boehlke
Nick Zolper
Robb Widuch
Trey Bell
Year
Senior
Senior
Freshman
Senior
Pos
DL
DB
Name
Ryan Kleppe
Andy Walters
Year
Sophomore
Senior
Pos
DL
Name
Jim Baker
Year
Senior
Hgt.
6-1
5-10
5-10
Wgt.
268
195
173
Hometown/(High School)
Oak Park, Ill.
Monroe
Muskego
SECOND TEAM OFFENSE
Hgt.
6-0
Wgt.
176
Hometown/(High School)
Franklin
HONORABLE MENTION OFFENSE
Hgt.
5-9
Wgt.
170
Hometown/(High School)
Marinette
FIRST TEAM DEFENSE
Hgt.
6-3
6-1
6-1
5-11
Wgt.
261
245
220
186
Hometown/(High School)
Germantown
Grafton
Whitnall
Racine (Case)
SECOND TEAM DEFENSE
Hgt.
5-11
5-10
Wgt.
260
210
Hometown/(High School)
Mount Horeb
Marinette
HONORABLE MENTION DEFENSE
Hgt.
6-3
Wgt.
236
Hometown/(High School)
West Bend (East)
195
♦ 2003 ♦
FIRST TEAM OFFENSE
Pos
Name
Year
OL
Matt Buenning** Senior
C
Chad Nimm
Senior
RB
Chad Wurth**
Senior
Punter Kyle Haug
Senior
Kicker Chad Wurth**
Senior
**Unanimous Selection
Hgt.
6-7
6-1
5-9
6-0
5-9
Wgt.
300
295
185
205
185
Hometown/(High School)
Green Bay (Bay Port)
Johnson Creek
Monona (Monona Grove)
Waukesha (Memorial)
Monona (Monona Grove)
SECOND TEAM OFFENSE
Pos
TE
All-Purp
Name
Adam Whittaker
Derek Stanley
Year
Senior
Freshman
Pos
WR
All-Purp
Name
Jim Lesczynski
Sean Erner
Year
Junior
Sophomore
Hgt.
6-3
5-11
Wgt.
245
215
Hometown/(High School)
Muskego
Madison (Verona)
HONORABLE MENTION OFFENSE
Hgt.
6-0
5-10
Wgt.
175
165
Hometown/(High School)
Franklin
Waukesha (North)
FIRST TEAM DEFENSE
Pos
DL
LB
DB
Name
Year
Nick Zolper**
Junior
Andy Lobdell**
Senior
Andy Walters
Junior
**Unanimous Selection
Hgt.
6-1
6-4
5-10
Wgt.
260
245
210
Hometown/(High School)
Grafton
Lena, Ill.
Marinette
SECOND TEAM DEFENSE
Pos
LB
Name
Collin Price
Year
Junior
Hgt.
6-0
Wgt.
205
Hometown/(High School)
Tomah
196
UW-WHITEWATER CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY
Football Conference Champions (30)
1913
1914
1922
1932
1937
1940
1941
1950
1959
1960
1962
1966
1967
1969
1974
1975
1978
1980
1984
1987
1988
1990
1994
1997
1998
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
197
NATIONAL TOURNAMENT RESULT HISTORY
2009
NCAA Division III First Round (at Whitewater)
11/21--UW-Whitewater 70, Lakeland 7
NCAA Division III Second Round (at Salem, OR)
11/28--UW-Whitewater 45, Illinois Wesleyan 7
NCAA Division III Quarterfinals (at Whitewater)
12/5--UW-Whitewater 31, Wittenberg (OH) 13
NCAA Division III Semifinals (at Whitewater)
12/12--UW-Whitewater 27, Linfield 17
2008
NCAA Division III First Round (at Whitewater)
11/22--UW-Whitewater 37, St. John‟s (MN) 7
NCAA Division III Second Round (at Salem, OR)
11/29--UW-Whitewater 30, Willamette (OR) 27
NCAA Division III Quarterfinals (at Whitewater)
12/6--UW-Whitewater 34, Wartburg (IA) 17
NCAA Division III Semifinals (at Belton, TX)
12/13--UW-Whitewater 39, Mary Hardin-Baylor 13
NCAA Division III Championship (at Salem, VA)
12/20--Mount Union (OH) 31, UW-Whitewater 26
2007
NCAA Division III First Round (at Whitewater)
11/17--UW-Whitewater 34, Capital University 14
NCAA Division III Second Round (at Whitewater)
11/24--UW-Whitewater 59, North Central College 28
NCAA Division III Quarterfinals (at Whitewater)
12/1--UW-Whitewater 47, Wabash College 7
NCAA Division III Semifinals (at Whitewater)
12/8--UW-Whitewater 16, Mary Hardin-Baylor 7
NCAA Division III Championship (at Salem, VA)
12/15--UW-Whitewater 31, Mount Union (OH) 21
2006
NCAA Division III First Round (at Whitewater)
11/18--UW-Whitewater 59, Saint Norbert College 17
NCAA Division III Second Round (at Whitewater)
11/25--UW-Whitewater 24, UW-La Crosse 21
NCAA Division III Quarterfinals (at Whitewater)
12/2--UW-Whitewater 17, Saint John‟s University (MN) 14
NCAA Division III Semifinals (at Whitewater)
12/9--UW-Whitewater 44, Wesley (DE) 7
NCAA Division III Championship (at Salem, VA)
12/16--Mt. Union (OH) 35, UW-Whitewater 16
198
2005
NCAA Division III First Round (at Whitewater)
11/19--UW-Whitewater 34, Central (IA) 14
NCAA Division III Second Round (at Whitewater)
11/26--UW-Whitewater 34, St. John's (MN) 7
NCAA Division III Quarterfinals (at McMinnville, OR)
12/3--UW-Whitewater 44, Linfield (OR) 41
NCAA Division III Semifinals (at Whitewater)
12/10--UW-Whitewater 58, Wesley (DE) 6
NCAA Division III National Championship (at Salem, VA)
12/17--Mt. Union (OH) 35, UW-Whitewater 28
1997
NCAA Division III First Round (at Whitewater)
11/22--Simpson (IA) 34, UW-Whitewater 31
1990
NCAA Division III Regionals (at Whitewater)
11/17--St. Thomas (MN) 24, UW-Whitewater 23
1988
NCAA Division III Regionals (at West Des Moines, IA)
11/19--UW-Whitewater 29, Simpson (IA) 27
NCAA Division III Quarterfinals (Whitewater)
11/26--Central (IA) 16, UW-Whitewater 13
1966
NAIA Playoff (at Whitewater)
UW-Whitewater 41, Central College (IA) 18
NAIA Championship (at Tulsa, Oklahoma)
Waynesburg College (PA) 42, UW-Whitewater 21
199
200 YARD GAMES
Year
2009
2009
2008
2008
2007
2007
2007
2006
2006
2006
2005
2005
2005
2004
2004
2002
2000
1997
1996
1995
1994
1994
1994
1994
1990
1989
1989
1988
1988
1987
1987
1972
Date
October 10
November 7
November 29
September 13
November 24
October 20
October 6
September 2
October 14
November 25
November 5
October 15
October 8
September 25
September 11
September 21
September 23
November 22
September 21
November 4
October 15
October 22
October 29
November 12
October 27
September 23
October 7
September 17
October 22
October 31
November 7
October 21
Opponent
UW-Eau Claire
UW-Oshkosh
Willamette
UW-Eau Claire
North Central
UW-Stevens Pt
UW-River Falls
La Crosse
La Crosse
Oshkosh
Stout
La Crosse
Stevens Point
Eau Claire
St. Xavier
St. John's
Platteville
Simpson
Iowa Wesleyan
Oshkosh
St. Ambrose
Eau Claire
River Falls
Oshkosh
Eau Claire
Stout
Superior
Stevens Point
Eau Claire
River Falls
La Crosse
Stevens Point
Player
Levell Coppage
Levell Coppage
Antwan Andersen
Levell Coppage
Justin Beaver
Justin Beaver
Justin Beaver
Justin Beaver
Justin Beaver
Justin Beaver
Justin Beaver
Justin Beaver
Justin Beaver
Colin Burns
Colin Burns
Chad Wurth
Chad Wurth
John Damato
Eddie McKennie
Eddie McKennie
Spencer Johnson
Spencer Johnson
Spencer Johnson
Spencer Johnson
Sunni Muqqddim
Tim LeMonds
Travis Talton
Travis Talton
Travis Talton
George Rainey
George Rainey
Bill Roper
Yards/ Carries
386 yards/ 42 carries
209 yards/ 27 carries
269 yards/ 24 carries
220 yards/ 42 carries
241 yards/ 29 carries
232 yards/ 41 carries
233 yards/ 25 carries
227 yards/ 36 carries
286 yards/ 39 carries
218 yards/ 43 carries
207 yards/ 47 carries
273 yards/ 49 carries
212 yards/ 34 carries
241 yards/ 54 carries
224 yards/ 30 carries
200 yards/ 33 carries
216 yards/ 29 carries
209 yards/ 27 carries
262 yards/ 38 carries
241 yards/ 16 carries
254 yards/ 34 carries
223 yards/ 32 carries
260 yards/ 40 carries
294 yards/ 44 carries
249 yards/ 42 carries
205 yards/ 38 carries
274 yards/ 15 carries
205 yards/ 19 carries
272 yards/ 29 carries
231 yards/ 34 carries
231 yards/ ?? carries
215 yards/ 19 carries
200
SEASON RUSHING YARDS OVER 1,000
(# of carries reflects when player reached 1000 yards, not season total)
th
151 carries … Levell Coppage (2009) 8 game (Oct. 31 vs. UW-Stevens Point)
1,996 total season rushing yards (as of 12/12/09)
th
159 carries ... Justin Beaver (2005) 7 game (Oct. 22 vs. UW-Platteville)
2,455 total season rushing yards
159 carries … Justin Beaver (2007) 6th game (Oc. 13 vs. UW-Oshkosh)
2,206 total season rushing yards
th
176 carries ... Spencer Johnson (1994) 7 game (Oct. 22 vs. UW-Eau Claire)
1,697 total season rushing yards
th
149 carries ... Travis Talton (1988) 9 game (Nov. 5 vs. UW-La Crosse)
1,599 total season rushing yards
th
186 carries ... George Rainey (1987) 8 game (Oct. 31 vs. UW-River Falls)
1,567 total season rushing yards
137 carries ... John Damato (1997) 8th game (Nov. 8 vs. UW-La Crosse)
1,474 total season rushing yards
187 carries ... Colin Burns (2004) 7th game (Oct. 16 vs. UW-River Falls)
1,422 total season rushing yards
th
st
197 carries…Levell Coppage (2008) 8 game (Nov. 1 vs. UW-Eau Claire)
1,420 total season rushing yards
210 carries ... Justin Beaver (2006) 13th game (Dec. 2nd vs. St. Johns)
1,369 total season rushing yards
210 carries ... Chad Wurth (2000) 9th game (Oct. 28 vs. UW-River Falls)
1,207 total season rushing yards
138 carries ... Eddie McKennie (1996) 9th game (Nov. 2 vs. UW-Oshkosh)
1,129 total season rushing yards
198 carries ... George Rainey (1986) 10th game (Nov. 8 vs. UW-La Crosse)
1,110 total season rushing yards
231 carries ... Chad Wurth (2002) 10th game (Nov. 16 vs. UW-Oshkosh)
1,093 total season rushing yards
th
144 carries … Antwan Anderson (2008) 12 game (Dec. 6 vs. Wartburg)
1,092 total season rushing yards
212 carries ... Mike R. Miller (1984) 10th game (Nov. 3 vs. UW-River Falls)
1,076 total season rushing yards
161 carries ... Vilnis Ezerins (1965) 10th game (Nov. 19 vs. Illinois State Univ.)
1,073 total season rushing yards
th
233 carries ... Chad Wurth (2001) 10 game (Nov. 10 vs. UW-Oshkosh)
1,019 total season rushing yards
201
COACHING HISTORY
YEAR
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896
1897
1898
1899
1900
1901
1902
1903
1904
1905
1906
1907
1908
1909
1910
1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
COACH
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
no team
unknown
unknown
unknown
Penn/Brewer
Brewer
Brewer/Holmes
Holste
Chamberlain
Abercrombie
Morris
Tratt
no team
no team
unknown
Al Johnson
H.M. Place
W.H. Grenzow
Wakelin McNeel
W.E. Schreiber
W.E. Schreiber
W.E. Schreiber
W.E. Schreiber
W.E. Schreiber
W.E. Schreiber
E.G. Lange
E.G. Lange
Chick Agnew
Chick Agnew
Chick Agnew
Chick Agnew
Chick Agnew
Chick Agnew
Chick Agnew
Chick Agnew
Chick Agnew
Chick Agnew
RECORD
0-1
1-1
1-1-1
0-1
1-0
5-1
4-3-1
5-2-1
4-4
8-3
6-4
6-2-1
6-4
5-2
3-3
0-3
4-3-1
5-2
1-3-1
2-5
2-5
5-1-2
6-0
4-2
4-1-1
4-2
1-2
3-4
2-4
3-2-1
5-0-2
6-1
6-1
3-3
4-2
5-1
4-0-2
5-1-1
YEAR
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
COACH
Chick Agnew
Chick Agnew
Chick Agnew
Chick Agnew
Chick Agnew
Chick Agnew
Chick Agnew
Chick Agnew
Chick Agnew
Chick Agnew
Chick Agnew
Chick Agnew
Ed Schwager
no team
no team
Fred Trewyn
Ed Schwager
Ed Schwager
Ed Schwager
Ed Schwager
Ed Schwager
Ed Schwager
Ed Schwager
Ed Schwager
Ed Schwager
Ed Schwager
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
RECORD
4-2
6-1
6-1
3-4
3-4
3-2
4-2
6-0-1
5-2
5-1
5-2
3-2-1
2-4
0-3
0-6
2-3-1
2-5-1
2-4-1
6-0
2-4
2-4
2-4
0-7
1-4-1
4-4
5-2-1
5-3
7-1-1
7-0-1
6-3
6-3
6-3
3-5-1
7-2-1
10-1
8-1
6-3-1
8-1
6-4
8-2
YEAR
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
COACH
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Forrest Perkins
Bob Berezowitz
Bob Berezowitz
Bob Berezowitz
Bob Berezowitz
Bob Berezowitz
Bob Berezowitz
Bob Berezowitz
Bob Berezowitz
Bob Berezowitz
Bob Berezowitz
Bob Berezowitz
Bob Berezowitz
Bob Berezowitz
Bob Berezowitz
Bob Berezowitz
Bob Berezowitz
Bob Berezowitz
Bob Berezowitz
Bob Berezowitz
Bob Berezowitz
Bob Berezowitz
Bob Berezowitz
Lance Leipold
Lance Leipold
Lance Leipold
RECORD
7-3
6-2-2
8-3
8-3
2-9
7-4
7-4
7-4
8-3
7-3
7-4*
6-5
8-3
3-7-1
6-4-1
7-3-1
9-3
4-5-1
10-1
6-4
8-2
6-4
8-2
7-3
8-2
9-1
7-2
3-7
5-5
5-5
5-5
7-3
7-3
14-1
14-1
14-1
13-1
14-0
* In 1982 the Warhawks finished the
season 6-5 but later was rewarded a
victory over UW-Stevens Point
because of them using an illegal
player which made the record 7-4.
202
OVERALL COACHING RECORDS
Coach
Years W
L
T
Winning %
Penn*
1
5
2
1
.688
Brewer*
3
17
9
1
.648
Holmes*
1
8
3
.727
Holste
1
6
4
.600
Chamberlain
1
6
2
1
.722
Abercrombie
1
6
4
.600
Morris
1
5
2
.714
Tratt
1
3
3
.500
Unknown
8
12
13
2
.444
Al Johnson
1
3
4
1
.438
H.M. Place
1
5
2
.714
W.H. Grenzow
1
1
3
1
.300
Wakelin McNeel 1
2
5
.286
W.E. Schreiber
6
25
11
3
.679
E.G. Lange
2
4
6
.400
Chick Agnew
22
96
38
7
.706
Ed Schwager
11
21
45
4
.300
Fred Trewyn
1
0
3
.000
Forrest Perkins 29
190
88
.678
Bob Berezowitz 22
158
73
5
.680
Lance Leipold
3
41
3
.932
Totals
118
614
323
26
.638
*Penn and Brewer, co-head coaches in 1897
*Brewer and Holmes, co-head coaches in 1899
PROGRAM
Winning Seasons: 78
Even Seasons: 8
Losing Seasons: 29
Conference Titles: 29 (1913, 14, 22, 32, 37, 40, 41, 50, 59, 60,
62, 66, 67, 69, 74, 75, 78, 80, 84, 87, 88, 90, 94, 97, 98, 2005,
06, 07, 08, 09)
NCAA Post-Season Appearances: 7 (1988, 90, 97, 05... second,
06 ... second, 07…first, 08… second, 09)
NAIA Post-Season Appearances: 1 (1966 - 2nd place)
203
UW-WHITEWATER FOOTBALL RECORDS
SEASON RUSHING
WARHAWK TOP TEN LIST
(updated December 12, 2009)
CAREER RUSHING
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
YARDS
Justin Beaver (2004-07) ................................. 6,584
Chad Wurth (2000-03).. ............................... ...4,301
Travis Talton (1987-91) .................................. 3,783
Spencer Johnson (1992-94) ........................... 3,739
Levell Coppage (2008-present) ................... 3,457
George Rainey (1984-87) ............................... 3,385
Eddie McKennie (1994-97) ............................. 3,354
John Damato (1995-97) .................................. 2,852
Mike R. Miller (1981-84) ................................. 2,693
Bill Roper (1971-73) ........................................ 2,254
TOUCHDOWNS
Levell Coppage (2008-present) ........................ 53
Justin Beaver (2004-06).......................... ............ 44
Chad Wurth (2000-2003)............................... ..... 37
Travis Talton (1987-91) ....................................... 35
Spencer Johnson (1992-94) ................................ 31
Mike R. Miller (1981-84) ...................................... 30
George Rainey (1984-87) .................................... 28
Eddie McKennie (1994-97) .................................. 25
Ty Grovesteen (1996-98)..................................... 25
10. John Damato (1995-97) ....................................... 24
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
AVE/RUSH (MIN. 175 ATT.)
Harold Nordentoft (1957-60)............................. 6.45
John Damato (1995-97) .................................... 6.35
Antwan Anderson (2007-present) ................. 6.04
Levell Coppage (2007-present) ..................... 5.90
Justin Beaver (2004-07)........................ ........... 5.89
Eddie McKennie (1994-97) ............................... 5.86
Travis Talton (1987-91) .................................... 5.71
Chuck Coulthart (1957-60) ............................... 5.50
Jim Knoblauch (1963-66).................................. 5.32
Spencer Johnson (1992-94) ............................. 5.27
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
ATTEMPTS
Justin Beaver (2004-07)................................. .1138
Chad Wurth (2000-03)................................. .... .967
Spencer Johnson (1992-94) .............................. 709
George Rainey (1984-87) .................................. 664
Travis Talton (1987-91 ....................................... 662
Mike R. Miller (1981-84) .................................... 594
Levell Coppage (2008-present) ...................... 586
Eddie McKennie (1994-97) ................................ 572
Greg Jones (1966-69) ........................................ 542
Rick Rabensdorf (1976-79) ............................... 490
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
9.
YARDS
Justin Beaver (2007) ....................................... 2,455
Justin Beaver (2005)........................... ........... 2,420
Levell Coppage (2009) .................................. 1,996
Spencer Johnson (1994) ................................. 1,697
Travis Talton (1988) ........................................ 1,599
George Rainey (1987)..................................... 1,567
John Damato (1997) ....................................... 1,474
Colin Burns (2004) .......................................... 1,422
Levell Coppage (2008) .................................... 1,461
Justin Beaver (2006) ....................................... 1,369
TOUCHDOWNS
Levell Coppage (2009) ....................................... 32
Justin Beaver (2005)................................ ........... 24
Levell Coppage (2008) ......................................... 21
Spencer Johnson (1994) ...................................... 18
Travis Talton (1988) ............................................. 17
Mike R. Miller (1984) ............................................ 16
George Rainey (1987).......................................... 15
Justin Beaver (2007) ............................................ 15
John Damato (1997) ............................................ 13
Chad Wurth (2000). .............................................. 13
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
AVE/RUSH (MIN. 50 ATT.)
Harold Nordentoft (1960) .................................. 7.84
John Damato (1997) ......................................... 7.56
Jim Knoblauch (1963) ....................................... 7.26
Chuck Coulthart (1960) ..................................... 6.95
Levell Coppage (2009) .................................... 6.93
Eddie McKennie (1996)..................................... 6.88
Justin Beaver (2004)............................ ........... .6.80
Jim Knoblauch (1965) ....................................... 6.77
Antwan Anderson (2008) .................................. 6.56
Eddie McKennie (1995)..................................... 6.55
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
ATTEMPTS
Justin Beaver (2007) .......................................... 444
Justin Beaver (2005)............................. ............ 428
Spencer Johnson (1994) .................................... 290
Levell Coppage (2008) ....................................... 298
Levell Coppage (2009) ..................................... 288
Colin Burns (2004) ............................................. 282
George Rainey (1987)........................................ 279
Chad Wurth (2002)................................. .......... .259
Travis Talton (1988) ........................................... 258
Chad Wurth (2000) ............................................. 252
204
CAREER PASSING
COMPLETION PERCENTAGE
(MIN. 300 ATT.)
1. Jeff Donovan (2006-present) .................. 68.100%
2. Ty Grovesteen (1996-98)........................... 62.823%
3. Mike LaLoggia (1977-79) ........................... 61.775%
4. Mike Gorecki (1970-72) ............................. 58.095%
5. Randy Borgardt (1999-2002) ..................... 54.077%
6. Danny Jones (2007)................................... 53.977%
7. Jim Stoppenbach (1980-84) ...................... 53.436%
8. Rich Murphy (1972-75) .............................. 53.371%
9. Justin Jacobs (2003-06)................ ............ 52.637%
10. Jeff Olsen (1985-88) .................................. 52.265%
LEAST INTERCEPTIONS
(MIN. 300 ATT.)
1. Danny Jones (2007)............................................. 10
2. Bryan Pytleski (1992-94) ..................................... 13
3. Jeff Donovan (2006-present) ............................ 16
Ty Grovesteen (1996-98)..................................... 16
5. Randy Borgardt (1999-2002)......................... ..... 18
6. Dennis Bogacz (1990-91) .................................... 23
7. Dennis Zander (1967-69)..................................... 25
8. Justin Jacobs (2003-06)...................................... 28
9. Mike Gorecki (1970-72) ....................................... 29
Roger Johnson (1957-60) .................................... 29
11. Bob Berezowitz (1963-66) ................................... 31
YARDS
1. Justin Jacobs (2003-06)......................... ........ 7,886
2. Jeff Donovan (2006-present) ....................... 6,100
3. Ty Grovesteen (1996-98)................................ 4,436
4. Lance Leipold (1983-86) ................................. 4,277
5. Mike LaLoggia (1977-79) ................................ 4,202
6. Jeff Olsen (1985-88) ....................................... 4,164
7. Randy Borgardt (1999-2002) .......................... 4,141
8. Dennis Bogacz (1990-91) ............................... 4,071
9. Jim Stoppenbach (1980-84) ........................... 3,948
10. Bob Berezowitz (1963-66) .............................. 3,649
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TOUCHDOWNS
Justin Jacobs (2003-06)...................................... 80
Ty Grovesteen (1996-98)..................................... 48
Bob Berezowitz (1963-66) ................................... 44
Jeff Donovan (2006-present) ............................ 43
Mike LaLoggia (1977-79) ..................................... 38
Dennis Bogacz (1990-91) .................................... 33
Randy Borgardt (1999-2002) ............................... 31
Doug Brown (1980-82) ........................................ 30
Rich Murphy (1972-75) ........................................ 28
Roger Johnson (1957-60) .................................... 27
Lance Leipold (1983-86) ...................................... 27
COMPLETIONS
Justin Jacobs (2003-06)......................... ........... 539
Jeff Donovan (2006-present) .......................... 465
Mike LaLoggia (1977-79) ................................... 341
Randy Borgardt (1999-2002) ............................. 325
Jim Stoppenbach (1980-84) .............................. 311
Lance Leipold (1983-86) .................................... 303
Jeff Olsen (1985-88) .......................................... 300
Rich Murphy (1972-75) ...................................... 285
Dennis Bogacz (1990-91) .................................. 276
Doug Brown (1980-82) ...................................... 270
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2.
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7.
8.
9.
10.
ATTEMPTS
Justin Jacobs (2003-06)............................ ...... 1024
Jeff Donovan (2006-present) .......................... 683
Lance Leipold (1983-86) .................................... 647
Randy Borgardt (1999-2002)............................. 601
Jim Stoppenbach (1980-84)............................... 582
Jeff Olsen (1985-88) .......................................... 574
Doug Brown (1980-82) ....................................... 560
Mike LaLoggia (1977-79) ................................... 552
Dennis Bogacz (1990-91) .................................. 544
Rich Murphy (1972-75) ...................................... 534
SEASON PASSING
COMPLETION PERCENTAGE
(MIN. 75 ATT.)
1. Jeff Donovan (2009; 243 of 334) ................ 72.800
2. Ty Grovesteen (1996; 74 of 108) .................. 68.519
3. Jeff Donovan (2008; 185 of 296) .................. 63.800
4. Mike LaLoggia (1979; 153 of 244) ................ 62.705
5. Mike Gorecki (1971; 90 of 145) .................... 62.069
6. Ty Grovesteen (1997; 90 of 146) .................. 61.644
7. Mike LaLoggia (1977; 69 of 112) .................. 61.607
8. Mike Gorecki (1972; 98 of 161) .................... 60.870
9. Mike LaLoggia (1978; 119 of 196) ................ 60.714
10. Dan Runaas (1995; 115 of 196) ................... 58.673
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4.
9.
LEAST INTERCEPTIONS
(MIN. 75 ATT.)
Dan Runaas (1995) ................................................ 3
Ken Martine (1976)................................................. 3
Reggie Stauss (2001) ............................................ 3
Justin Jacobs (2004).................................... ........ .4
Randy Borgardt (2002)........................................... 4
John Hanlin (1999) ................................................. 4
Ty Grovesteen (1996) ............................................ 4
Bryan Pytleski (1994) ............................................. 4
Larry Rickard (1976) .............................................. 4
Jeff Donovan (2009) ............................................. 5
Mike Christensen (1999) ........................................ 5
Ty Grovesteen (1998) ............................................ 5
Jim Stoppenbach (1982) ........................................ 5
Doug Brown (1980) ................................................ 5
Tom Brey (1977) ................................................... 5
Randy Borgardt (2000)........................................... 5
YARDS
Justin Jacobs (2005)............................. ........ .3,556
Jeff Donovan (2009) ...................................... 3,359
Justin Jacobs (2006)................................. ..... 2,980
Danny Jones (2007) ........................................ 2,484
Jeff Donovan (2008) ........................................ 2,676
Bob Berezowitz (1966) .................................... 2,254
Dennis Bogacz (1991)..................................... 2,074
Ty Grovesteen (1998) ..................................... 2,074
9. Lance Leipold (1986) ...................................... 2,034
10. Jeff Olsen (1987) ............................................ 2,033
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205
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2.
3.
TOUCHDOWNS
Justin Jacobs (2006).................................. ........ .36
Justin Jacobs (2005)...................................... ..... 35
Bob Berezowitz (1966) ........................................ 27
Jeff Donovan (2009) ........................................... 27
5. Ty Grovesteen (1998) .......................................... 22
Danny Jones (2007)............................................. 22
7. Mike LaLoggia (1978) .......................................... 20
8. Dennis Zander (1969) .......................................... 19
9. Dennis Bogacz (1990) ......................................... 17
10. Dennis Bogacz (1991) ......................................... 16
Ty Grovesteen (1997) .......................................... 16
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6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
AVERAGE/CATCH (MIN. 40)
Anthony Talton (1989-91) ............................... 24.59
Anthony Wooden (1995-96) ............................ 23.28
Aaron Buss (1992-94) ..................................... 20.46
Tony Magestro (1996-98) ............................... 20.42
Derek Stanley (2003-05) ................................. 20.16
Jim McLelland (1978-80) ................................ 19.57
Chris Korff (1997-00) ....................................... 18.54
Neil Hansen (1967-68) .................................... 18.44
Kelly Silha (1982-84) ....................................... 18.34
Jim Ganoung (1962-65) .................................. 18.23
COMPLETIONS
1. Jeff Donovan (2009) ......................................... 243
2. Justin Jacobs (2005)................................ ........ .218
3. Justin Jacobs (2006)................................... ..... .215
4. Jeff Donovan (2008) .......................................... 213
5. Danny Jones (2007)........................................... 190
6. Mike LaLoggia (1979) ........................................ 153
Bob Berezowitz (1966) ...................................... 153
8. Jeff Olsen (1987 . ) .............................................. 145
Lance Leipold (1986) ......................................... 145
10. Dennis Bogacz (1990) ....................................... 140
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7.
8.
9.
10.
RECEPTIONS
Aaron Rusch (2007-present) ........................... 190
Jim Leszczynski (2002-05) ................................ 162
Neil Mrkvicka (2004-07) ..................................... 155
Joe Gerlach (1979-82) ....................................... 154
Roger Ganame (1973-75) .................................. 152
Steve Tenhagen (1998-01) ................................ 145
Jordan Wells (2006-present) ........................... 135
Eric Stauss (2001-04) ............... ........................133
Derek Stanley (2003-06).............................. ..... 130
Mike Dressler (1968-71)..................................... 129
ATTEMPTS
Justin Jacobs (2005) .......................................... 422
Justin Jacobs (2006).................................... ..... 382
Danny Jones (2007)........................................... 352
Jeff Donovan (2008) .......................................... 334
Jeff Donovan (2009) ......................................... 334
6. Lance Leipold (1986) ......................................... 306
7. Jeff Olsen (1987) ............................................... 289
8. Bob Berezowitz (1966) ...................................... 288
9. Dennis Bogacz (1991) ....................................... 275
10. Dennis Bogacz (1990) ....................................... 269
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4.
CAREER RECEIVING
YARDS
1. Derek Stanley (2003-06).............................. . .2,621
2. Aaron Rusch (2007-present)........................ 2,585
3. Jim Leszczynski (2002-05) ............................. 2,547
4. Joe Gerlach (1979-82) .................................... 2,250
5. Neil Mrkvicka (2004-07) .................................. 2,099
6. Steve Tenhagen (1998-01) ............................. 2,056
7. Mike Dressler (1968-71) ................................. 2,002
8. Anthony Talton (1989-91) ............................... 1,943
9. Roger Gename (1973-75) .............................. 1,875
10. Jerry Young (1977-79) .................................... 1,863
TOUCHDOWNS
Derek Stanley (2003-06)............................... ..... .35
Jim Leszczynski (2002-05) .................................. 25
Anthony Talton (1989-91) .................................... 20
Mike Dressler (1968-71) ...................................... 19
Jim Ganoung (1962-65) ....................................... 19
Joe Gerlach (1979-82) ......................................... 19
Jim Knoblauch (1963-66)..................................... 19
Steve Tenhagen (1998-01) .................................. 19
9. Aaron Rusch (2007-present)............................. 18
10. Roger Gename (1973-75) ................................... 17
Neil Mrkvicka (2004-07) ....................................... 17
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3.
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SEASON RECEIVING
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9.
10.
YARDS
Derek Stanley (2005) ...................................... 1,328
Jim Leszczynski (2005) ................................... 1,217
Derek Stanley (2006)................................ ..... 1,141
Aaron Rusch (2008) ........................................ 1,133
Neil Mrkvicka (2007) .......................................... 988
Adam Brandes (2009) ...................................... 960
Anthony Talton (1991)........................................ 952
Jordan Wells (2009) ......................................... 941
Steve Tenhagen (2001) ..................................... 914
Jerry Young (1979)............................................. 871
TOUCHDOWNS
Derek Stanley (2006)..................................... ..... 17
Steve Tenhagen (2001) ....................................... 16
Derek Stanley (2005) ........................................... 16
4. Jim Ganoung (1965) ............................................ 13
5. Jim Leszczynski (2005) ........................................ 12
6. Dick Bilda (1972) ................................................. 11
Jerry Young (1979)............................................... 11
8. Mike Dressler (1969) ............................................ 10
Anthony Talton (1991).......................................... 10
Jordan Wells (2009) ........................................... 10
10. Jim McLelland (1980) ............................................. 9
Jim Knoblauch (1966) ............................................ 9
Pete Schmidt (2006)........................................ ..... 9
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8
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10.
AVERAGE/CATCH (MIN. 10)
Anthony Talton (1989)..................................... 31.58
Derek Stanley (2005) ...................................... 25.53
Anthony Wooden (1995) ................................. 24.95
Aaron Buss (1993) .......................................... 24.30
Tim Ganoung (1988) ....................................... 23.75
Bret Funk (1988) ............................................ 23.57
Anthony Talton (1990)..................................... 23.54
Anthony Talton (1991)..................................... 23.22
Mike Dressler (1969) ....................................... 22.94
Neil Hansen (1967) ......................................... 22.92
206
RECEPTIONS
Aaron Rusch (2008) ............................................. 85
Jim Leszczynski (2005) ....................................... 80
Neil Mrkvicka (2007) ............................................ 71
Steve Tenhagen (2001) ....................................... 65
Aaron Rusch (2009) ........................................... 64
Richard Newton (1995) ........................................ 63
Derek Stanley (2006).................................... ...... 63
8. Roger Gename (1974) ......................................... 60
9. Jordan Wells (2009) ........................................... 59
10. Dick Bilda (1972 . ) ................................................ 57
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3.
4.
5.
6.
CAREER PUNTING
PUNTS
Nick Croak (2004-07) ......................................... 298
Joel Gmack (1982-85) ....................................... 251
Jeff Anding (1975-78) ........................................ 206
Jack Diechl (1979-81) ........................................ 160
Chris Minchk (1992-95) ..................................... 154
Kyle Haug (2000-03) .......................................... 154
7. Paul VanderVelde (1991-92) ............................. 125
8. Jeff Knuese (1985-87) ....................................... 116
9. Matt Turk (1988, 90) .......................................... 110
10. Bruce Caspari (1973-75) ................................... 102
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3.
4.
5.
YARDS
1. Nick Croak (2004-07) .................................... 11,142
2. Joel Gmack (1982-85) .................................... 8,997
3. Jeff Anding (1975-78) ..................................... 7,473
4. Kyle Haug (2000-present) .............................. 5,816
5. Jack Diechl (1979-81) ..................................... 5,338
6. Chris Minchk (1992-95) .................................. 5,186
7. Jeff Knuese (1985-87) .................................... 4,169
8. Paul VanderVelde (1991-92) .......................... 4,085
9. Matt Turk (1988, 90) ....................................... 3,991
10. Bruce Caspari (1973-75) ................................ 3,662
AVE/PUNT (MIN. 50 ATT.)
Doug Davidson (1956-57) ................................ 39.7
Kyle Haug (2000-03) ......................................... 37.8
Rob Johnston (1999) ........................................ 37.4
Nick Croak (2004-06) ........................................ 37.4
5. Matt Turk (1988, 90) ......................................... 36.3
Jeff Anding (1975-78) ....................................... 36.3
7. Dennis Williamson (1965-66) ........................... 36.2
Kris Rosholt (2008-present)........................... 36.2
9. Ken Redders (1964-65) .................................... 36.1
10. Jeff Knuese (1985-87) ...................................... 35.9
Bruce Caspari (1973-75) .................................. 35.9
Mark Dennis (1972-73) ..................................... 35.9
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7.
8.
PUNTS
Nick Croak (2007) ................................................ 80
Jeff Anding (1978) ................................................ 78
Nick Croak (2005) ................................................ 73
Nick Croak (2004) ................................................ 73
Joel Gmack (1983)............................................... 73
Nick Croak (2006)......................................... ...... 72
Jack Deichl (1979) ............................................... 71
Paul VanderVelde (1991) .................................... 66
Matt Turk (1990)................................................... 66
Joel Gmack (1985)............................................... 66
AVE/PUNT (MIN. 10 ATT.)
Doug Davidson (1956) ...................................... 43.3
Anthony Wooden (1996) ................................... 40.9
Mark Dennis (1972) ........................................... 40.6
Nick Croak (2004) ............................................. 39.8
Kyle Haug (2000) .............................................. 38.9
Neil Hansen (1968) ........................................... 38.3
Nick Croak (2007) ............................................. 38.3
Kyle Karvala (1989) ........................................... 38.0
Jeff Knuese (1987) ............................................ 37.8
Jeff Anding (1978) ............................................. 37.8
Kyle Haug (2001) .............................................. 37.8
CAREER INTERCEPTIONS
INTERCEPTIONS
Jake Wolter (1997-00).......................................... 20
Ben Farley (2003-07) ........................................... 17
Tim Patterson (1980-82) ...................................... 15
Andy Murray (2004-07) ........................................ 15
5. Bob Connell (1976-79) ......................................... 13
6. Eric Studesville (1986-88) .................................... 12
Matt Blaziewske (2004-07) .................................. 12
8. Dave Haluska (1986-88) ...................................... 11
Dennis Williamson (1965-66) ............................... 11
Jace Rindahl (2005-08) ........................................ 11
11. Ross Headley (1996-97) ...................................... 10
Rod Donart (1989-91) .......................................... 10
Derek Brown (2002-05) ........................................ 10
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9.
SEASON PUNTING
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2.
3.
YARDS
Nick Croak (2007) ........................................... 3,063
Jeff Anding (1978) ........................................... 2,952
Nick Croak (2004) ........................................... 2,907
Nick Croak (2006)................................... ...... .2,672
Joel Gmack (1983) .......................................... 2,635
Nick Croak (2005) ........................................... 2,500
Jack Deichl (1979)........................................... 2,444
Joel Gmack (1985) .......................................... 2,415
Rob Johnston (1999) ....................................... 2,357
Matt Turk (1990) . ............................................ 2,354
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2.
4.
7.
YARDS
Andy Murray (2004-07)............................. ....... .288
Dennis Williamson (1965-66) ............................. 226
Jake Wolter (1997-00)........................................ 225
Jace Rindahl (2005-08) ...................................... 218
Matt Blaziewske (2004-07) ................................ 214
Dave Haluska (1986-88) .................................... 200
Ben Farley (2003-07) ......................................... 178
Bob Connell (1976-79) ....................................... 160
Steve Austin (1970) ............................................ 137
Zach Christopherson (2006-09) ...................... 137
TOUCHDOWNS
Derek Brown (2002-05) .......................................... 4
Jake Wolter (1997-00)............................................ 3
Dennis Williamson (1965-66) ................................. 3
Dick Schuh (1988-89) ............................................ 2
Neil Hansen (1965-67) ........................................... 2
Andy Walters (2002-05)................................. ....... 2
Matt Blaziewske (2004-07) .................................... 2
24 players tied .... ................................................... 1
207
SEASON INTERCEPTIONS
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3.
6.
INTERCEPTIONS
Dennis Williamson (1966) ...................................... 8
Ben Farley (2006)........................................... ..... .8
Ben Farley (2007) .................................................. 8
Tim Patterson (1982) ............................................. 7
John Fonaas (1978) ............................................... 7
Matt Blaziewske (2007) ......................................... 7
Derek Brown (2005) ............................................... 6
Rod Donart (1991) ................................................. 6
Dave Haluska (1987) ............................................. 6
Mike Schroeder (1986) .......................................... 6
Eric Studesville (1986) ........................................... 6
Dan Ditter (1972) ................................................... 6
Bob Lombardo (1965) ............................................ 6
Jake Wolter (2000)................................................. 6
YARDS
Dennis Williamson (1966) .................................. 194
Ben Farley (2007) .............................................. 178
Matt Blaziewski .................................................. 177
Jake Wolter (1998)............................................. 173
Dave Haluska (1987) ......................................... 142
Steve Austin (1970) ........................................... 137
Jace Rindahl (2008) ........................................... 123
Andy Murray (2006).................................... ...... 118
Craig Havertape (1994) ..................................... 113
Daryl Schliem (1982) ......................................... 109
Andy Murray (2005) ........................................... 109
TOUCHDOWNS
Jake Wolter (1998)................................................. 3
Dennis Williamson (1966) ...................................... 3
Derek Brown (2005) ............................................... 2
Derek Brown (2004) ............................................... 2
Matt Blaziewski (2007) ........................................... 2
29 players tied ........................................................ 1
* Records only go back to 1964; Yards and TD‟s were not
recorded in 1964 or 1980; There were no interception
records in 1969
SEASON SACKS**
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9.
** Records only go back to 1975; there are no sack records
for 1986
CAREER KICKOFF RETURNS***
RETURNS
Joe Gerlach (1979-82) ......................................... 54
Neil Mrkvicka (2004-07) ....................................... 47
Travis Talton (1987-90) ........................................ 43
Jeff McKenzie (1996-99) ...................................... 39
Eddie McKennie (1994-97) .................................. 38
Aaron Samplawski (2008-present) ................... 37
Derek Stanley (2003-05) ...................................... 36
George Rainey (1984-87) .................................... 35
Jim Haluska (1977-78) ......................................... 35
10. Paul Jones (1991-93) ........................................... 34
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YARDS
Joe Gerlach (1979-82) .................................... 1,067
Neil Mrkvicka (2004-07) ..................................... 967
Aaron Samplawski (2008-present) ................. 953
Derek Stanley (2003-05) .................................... 839
Travis Talton (1987-90) ...................................... 797
Eddie McKennie (1994-97) ................................ 779
Jeff McKenzie (1996-99) .................................... 708
George Rainey (1984-87) .................................. 705
Paul Jones (1991-93) ......................................... 690
Al Potratz (1974-76) ........................................... 670
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11.
AVERAGE (MIN. 24 ATT.)
Aaron Samplawski (2008-present) .............. 25.76
Derek Stanley (2003-05) ................................. 23.30
Steve Ratcliff (1981-82) .................................. 23.14
Al Potratz (1974-76) ........................................ 23.10
Neil Mrkvicka (2004-2007) .............................. 20.57
Eddie McKennie (1994-97) ............................. 20.50
Paul Jones (1991-93) ...................................... 20.29
Steve Hanaman (1969-70).............................. 20.24
George Rainey (1984-87) ............................... 20.14
Joe Gerlach (1979-82) .................................... 19.76
Jeff Patterson (1990-92) ................................. 19.37
CAREER SACKS**
SACKS
Tony Azarian (1977-80) ....................................... 31
Tom Stuebe (1977-79) ......................................... 31
3. Ryan Kleppe (2003-06)................................. ...... 30
4. Ryan Ogrizovich (2004-07) .................................. 23
5. Anthony White (2006-present) ...................... 22.5
6. Marty Vosburg (1995-97) ..................................... 19
Jim Vogel (1977-78)............................................. 19
Nick Zolper (2001-2004) .......................... .......... 19
9. Jim Meisser (1977-79) ......................................... 16
10. A.J. Raebel (2004-07) ....................................... 15.5
1.
SACKS
Ryan Ogrizovich (2007) ....................................... 16
Ryan Kleppe (2006).................................... ..... 14.5
Marty Vosburg (1997) .......................................... 12
Tony Azarian (1980) ............................................. 12
Tom Stuebe (1977) .............................................. 12
Mike Long (1977) ................................................. 12
Jim Vogel (1978) ................................................. 11
Anthony White (2007) ....................................... 10.5
Tony Azarian (1978) ............................................. 10
Tom Stuebe (1978) .............................................. 10
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2.
TOUCHDOWNS
Derek Stanley (2003-05)............................... ........ 2
John Gutierrez (1996) ............................................ 1
George Rainey (1984-87) ...................................... 1
Greg Montgomery (1972-73) ................................. 1
Neil Mrkvicka (2004-06)................................. ....... 1
Jordan Wells (2006-present) ............................... 1
***Records go back to 1964; Long returns were only
available in 1971, 1973, 1976-86, and 1998-99; TD‟s were
only available in 1964-66, 1973, 1981-85 and 1998-99
208
SEASON KICKOFF RETURNS
RETURNS
Joe Gerlach (1980) .............................................. 29
Neil Mrkvicka (2007) ............................................ 25
Aaron Samplawski (2008) ................................... 23
Nick Cruz (1986) .................................................. 22
Joe Gerlach (1979) .............................................. 22
Jim Haluska (1977) .............................................. 22
7. John Sterner (1989) ............................................. 21
8. George Rainey (1984) ......................................... 20
9. Travis Talton (1987) ............................................. 19
John Faber (1982) ............................................... 19
11. Al Potratz (1975) .................................................. 18
Sean Erner (2002) ............................................... 18
Andy Lange (2005) .............................................. 18
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YARDS
Joe Gerlach (1980) ............................................ 561
Aaron Samplawski (2008) ................................. 617
Greg Montgomery (1973) .................................. 518
Neil Mrkvicka (2007) .......................................... 473
George Rainey (1984) ....................................... 470
Joe Gerlach (1979) ............................................ 456
Al Potratz (1975) ................................................ 447
Derek Stanley (2003) .............................. ......... 443
Nick Cruz (1986) ................................................ 416
Steve Ratcliff (1981) .......................................... 406
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12.
AVERAGE (MIN. 6 ATT.)
Jordan Wells (2006).................................. ..... 38.70
Derek Stanley (2003)............................ ......... 36.90
Greg Montgomery (1973) ............................... 30.47
Neil Mrkvicka (2006).............................. ....... .27.10
Aaron Samplawski (2008) .............................. 26.83
Al Potratz (1975) ............................................. 24.83
Aaron Samplawski (2009) ............................ 24.00
Steve Ratcliff (1981) ....................................... 23.88
George Rainey (1984) .................................... 23.50
Jake Wolter (1999).......................................... 22.71
Paul Jones (1992) ........................................... 22.45
Leo Kelly (1965) .............................................. 22.40
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TOUCHDOWNS
Derek Stanley (2003).................................. .......... 2
John Gutierrez (1996) ............................................ 1
George Rainey (1984) ........................................... 1
Greg Montgomery (1973) ...................................... 1
Neil Mrkvicka (2006)..................................... ....... .1
Jordan Wells (2006)............................................. .1
LONG RETURN
Greg Montgomery (1973) .................................... 97
Derek Stanley (2003)................................. ......... 97
Neil Mrkvicka (2006)................................... ....... .94
Jordan Wells (2006)....................................... ..... 92
George Rainey (1984) ......................................... 80
John Gutierrez (1996) .......................................... 71
Aaron Samplawski (2009) ................................... 60
Jake Wolter (1999)............................................... 57
Trey Bell (2004)........................................ ......... .56
Aaron Samplawski (2008) ................................... 56
CAREER PUNT RETURNS
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
RETURNS
Neil Mrkvicka (2004-07) ..................................... 139
Mike Bell (1989-92) .............................................. 68
Joe Gerlach (1979-82) ......................................... 54
Aaron Rusch (2007-present) ............................. 52
Jake Wolter (1997-00).......................................... 45
Howie Roloff (1978-79) ........................................ 44
Jim Knoblauch (1963-66) ..................................... 41
Greg Jones (1966-69) .......................................... 38
Dick Pope (1967-71) ............................................ 35
Dan Gilbert (1984) ................................................ 32
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2.
3.
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7.
8.
9.
10.
YARDS
Neil Mrkvicka (2004-07) .................................. 1,209
Jake Wolter (1997-00)........................................ 625
Jim Knoblauch (1963-66) ................................... 577
Joe Gerlach (1979-82) ....................................... 541
Mike Bell (1989-92) ............................................ 470
Aaron Rusch (2007-present) ........................... 401
Ross Headley (1996-97) .................................... 367
Howie Roloff (1978-79) ...................................... 332
Dick Pope (1967-71) .......................................... 297
George Rainey (1984-87) .................................. 265
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Jim Knoblauch (1963-66) ................................ 14.07
Jake Wolter (1997-00)..................................... 13.89
Ross Headley (1996-97) ................................. 13.11
Joe Gerlach (1979-82) .................................... 10.02
Tim Shalbrack (1973-75) .................................. 8.77
Neil Mrkvicka (2004-06) .................................... 9.70
Dick Pope (1967-71) ......................................... 8.49
David Dodds (1994-95) ..................................... 8.21
Jeff Kroll (1983) .. .............................................. 8.00
Aaron Buss (1992-94) ....................................... 7.86
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Jim Knoblauch (1963-66) ....................................... 3
Neil Mrkvicka (2004-05) ......................................... 1
Randy Kress (1982) ............................................... 1
Joe Gerlach (1981)................................................. 1
Mike Maly (1980) ................................................... 1
Jim Ganoung (1962-65) ......................................... 1
Jake Wolter (1997-00)............................................ 1
Antwan Anderson (2007-present) ...................... 1
LONG RETURN
Joe Gerlach (1981)............................................... 88
Neil Mrkvicka (2005) ............................................ 73
Jake Wolter (2000) ............................................... 69
Howie Roloff (1978) ............................................. 61
Neil Mrkvicka (2005) ............................................ 61
6. Dan Gilbert (1984) ................................................ 60
Dick Pope (1971) ................................................. 60
8. Randy Kress (1982) ............................................. 57
Sean Erner (2003)...................................... ......... 57
10. Jake Wolter (1999) ............................................... 51
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Neil Mrkvicka (2005) ............................................ 45
Neil Mrkvicka (2007) ............................................ 39
Neil Mrkvicka (2006)................................... ........ 33
Dan Gilbert (1984) ............................................... 32
Joe Gerlach (1980) .............................................. 31
Howie Roloff (1978) ............................................. 30
Aaron Rusch (2008) ............................................. 30
Ross Headley (1997) ........................................... 28
Dick Pope (1971) ................................................. 28
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Neil Mrkvicka (2005) .......................................... 528
Ross Headley (1997) ......................................... 367
Neil Mrkvicka (2006).................................. ....... 309
Jim Knoblauch (1965) ........................................ 271
Neil Mrkvicka (2007) .......................................... 268
Jake Wolter (2000)............................................. 264
Dick Pope (1971) ............................................... 257
Howie Roloff (1978) ........................................... 250
Joe Gerlach (1980) ............................................ 241
George Rainey (1985) ....................................... 235
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Joe Gerlach (1981) ......................................... 20.14
Jake Wolter (1999).......................................... 19.17
Nick Cruz (1985) ............................................. 17.45
Jim Jaworski (1985) ........................................ 16.75
Jim Ganoung (1965) ....................................... 16.38
Jim Knoblauch (1965) ..................................... 15.94
George Rainey (1985) .................................... 15.67
Jake Wolter (2000).......................................... 14.67
Jim Knoblauch (1966) ..................................... 14.07
Sean Erner (2003)................................. ........ 13.70
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Neil Mrkvicka (2005) .............................................. 1
Randy Kress (1982) ............................................... 1
Joe Gerlach (1981) ................................................ 1
Mike Maly (1980) ................................................... 1
Jim Knoblauch (1966) ............................................ 1
Jim Knoblauch (1965) ............................................ 1
Jim Ganoung (1965) .............................................. 1
Jim Knoblauch (1964) ............................................ 1
Jake Wolter (2000)................................................. 1
Tom Karthausser (2003).............................. ......... 1
Antwan Anderson (2008) ....................................... 1
SOLO TACKLES
A.J. Raebel (2004-07)................................. ...... 193
Robb Widuch (2004-06).............................. ...... 165
Brad Kligora (1996-99) ....................................... 137
Jim Walters (1970-73) ........................................ 134
Jake Wolter (1997-00)........................................ 133
Ryan Kleppe (2003-06).............................. ...... .128
Jace Rindahl (2005-08) ...................................... 128
8. Richard Barnes (1971-74) .................................. 126
Colin Price (2002-05) ......................................... 126
10. Troney Shumpert (2006-present) ................... 123
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Tony Azarian (1977-80) ..................................... 249
Dan Moreno (1976-79) ....................................... 225
Ed Hanner (1974-77) ......................................... 201
Jim Walters (1970-73) ........................................ 186
Jim Vogel (1976-78) ........................................... 180
Bob Kiepert (1976-78) ........................................ 179
A.J. Raebel (2004-07) ........................................ 166
Lon Kolstad (1969-71)........................................ 163
Rich Winger (1976-77) ....................................... 153
John Fonaas (1977-78) ...................................... 147
SEASON TACKLES
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Al Equi (1968) ..... ............................................... 156
Dan Moreno (1976) ............................................ 152
Rob Widuch (2005) ............................................ 137
Bob Kiepert (1978) ............................................. 131
Lon Kolstad (1970) ............................................. 118
Tony Azarian (1978) ........................................... 115
John Fonaas (1978) ........................................... 114
Dan Moreno (1977) ............................................ 113
A.J. Raebel (2007) ............................................. 111
Jace Rindahl (2007) ........................................... 107
SOLO TACKLES
Rob Widuch (2005) .............................................. 77
Brad Kligora (1998) .............................................. 65
Ben Farley (2007)................................................. 64
A.J. Raebel (2007) ............................................... 61
Kyle Supianoski (2008) ........................................ 60
Jace Rindahl (2007) ............................................. 58
Richard Barnes (1974) ......................................... 56
A. J. Raebel (2006)....................................... ..... .56
Jake Wolter (2000) ............................................... 53
Andy Murray (2007) ............................................. 53
CAREER TACKLES
****Records begin in 1964, but 1964-67 are recorded in
defensive points not tackles, so the following records begin
in 1968. Total tackles are assisted and solo together.
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A.J. Raebel (2004-07).................................. ..... 359
Jim Walters (1970-73) ....................................... 320
Robb Widuch (2004-06).............................. ...... 302
Ed Hanner (1974-77) ......................................... 295
Tony Azarian (1977-80) ..................................... 288
Lon Kolstad (1969-71) ....................................... 273
Dan Moreno (1976-79) ...................................... 271
Ryan Kleppe (2003-06)............................... ...... 249
Richard Barnes (1971-74) ................................. 244
Jace Rindahl (2005-08) ..................................... 240
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Al Equi (1968) ..... ............................................... 135
Dan Moreno (1976) ............................................ 128
Bob Kiepert (1978) ............................................. 114
Tony Azarian (1978) ........................................... 107
Dan Moreno (1977) .............................................. 93
Larry Dickerson (1968)......................................... 89
Rich Winger (1977) .............................................. 87
John Fonaas (1978) ............................................. 84
Jim Vogel (1978) ................................................. 81
Tony Azarian (1980) ............................................. 77
Terry Tratt (1968) ................................................. 77
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SEASON KICKING
*****Records begin in 1956, but not all statistics were
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Jeff Schebler (2006-present) .......................... 251
Bryan Mader (1994-97)...................................... 130
Michael Chaulk (2002-05) ................................. 107
Neil Hansen (1965-68) ....................................... 101
Mike Capodarco (1971-73) .................................. 95
Dale Huebner (1956-59) ...................................... 87
Tim Bauer (1992-94) ............................................ 74
Dave Emond (1987-88) ....................................... 72
Brad Pierce (1981-83) ......................................... 70
Chad Wurth (2000-03)............................... ......... 64
PAT’S MADE
Jeff Schebler (2006-present) .......................... 240
Bryan Mader (1994-97)...................................... 117
Michael Chaulk (2002-2005) ............................... 97
Mike Capodarco (1971-73) .................................. 83
Neil Hansen (1965-68) ......................................... 72
Dave Emond (1987-88) ....................................... 67
Brad Pierce (1981-83) ......................................... 62
Chad Wurth (2000-03)............................... ......... 61
Tim Bauer (1992-94) ............................................ 57
Joel Gmack (1983-85) ......................................... 53
Steve Hanaman (1969-70) .................................. 53
FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
Jeff Schebler (2006-present) ............................ 93
Bryan Mader (1994-97)........................................ 53
Chad Wurth (2000-2003 ...................................... 42
Michael Chaulk (2002-2005) ............................... 38
Mike Capodarco (1971-73) .................................. 32
Dave Emond (1987-88) ....................................... 29
Brad Pierce (1981-83) ......................................... 26
Tim Bauer (1992-94) ............................................ 24
Joel Gmack (1983-85) ......................................... 24
Neil Hansen (1965-68) ......................................... 24
FIELD GOALS MADE
Jeff Schebler (2006-present) ............................ 74
Bryan Mader (1994-97)........................................ 30
Chad Wurth (2000-2003)........................... ......... 27
Michael Chaulk (2002-2005) ............................... 26
Jeff Anding (1975-78) .......................................... 23
Tim Bauer (1992-94) ............................................ 18
Dave Emond (1987-88) ....................................... 18
8. Mike Capodarco (1971-73) .................................. 15
9. Neil Hansen (1965-68) ......................................... 13
10. Joel Gmack (1983-85) ......................................... 10
Brad Pierce (1981-83) ......................................... 10
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Jeff Schebler (2009) ........................................... 80
Michael Chaulk (2005) ......................................... 78
Jeff Schebler (2006)...................................... ..... .70
Jeff Schebler (2008) ............................................. 64
Bryan Mader (1997) ............................................. 51
Bryan Mader (1996) ............................................. 47
Neil Hansen (1966) .............................................. 45
Mike Capodarco (1972)........................................ 39
Joel Gmack (1984) ............................................... 38
Jeff Schebler (2007) ............................................. 37
PAT’S MADE
Jeff Schebler (2009) ........................................... 78
Michael Chaulk (2005) ......................................... 73
Jeff Schebler (2006)...................................... ..... .68
Jeff Schebler (2008) ............................................. 58
Bryan Mader (1997) ............................................. 48
Bryan Mader (1996) ............................................. 41
Mike Capodarco (1972)........................................ 37
Jeff Schebler (2007) ............................................. 36
Dave Emond (1987) ............................................. 34
Joel Gmack (1984) ............................................... 34
FIELD GOALS ATTEMPED
Jeff Schebler (2008) ............................................. 29
Jeff Schebler (2007) ............................................. 27
Michael Chaulk (2004) ......................................... 22
Jeff Schebler (2006)..................................... ...... .21
Chad Wurth (2003) ............................................... 20
Bryan Mader (1996) ............................................. 17
Jeff Schebler (2009) ........................................... 16
Michael Chaulk (2005) ......................................... 15
Bryan Mader (1997) ............................................. 15
Bryan Mader (1995) ............................................. 15
Dave Emond (1988) ............................................. 15
FIELD GOALS MADE
Jeff Schebler (2008) ............................................. 22
Jeff Schebler (2007) ............................................. 21
Jeff Schebler (2006)....................................... ..... 18
Michael Chaulk (2004) ......................................... 14
Jeff Schebler (2009) ........................................... 13
Michael Chaulk (2005) ......................................... 12
Chad Wurth (2003) ............................................... 12
Chad Wurth (2002) ............................................... 11
Bryan Mader (1997) ............................................. 10
Dave Emond (1988) ............................................. 10
LONGEST FIELD GOALS
Bryan Mader (1997) ..................................... 52 yds.
Jeff Schebler (2007) ..................................... 52 yds.
Jeff Schebler (2007) ..................................... 52 yds.
4. Joel Gmack (1985) ....................................... 51 yds.
5. Joel Gmack (1984) ....................................... 50 yds.
Jeff Anding (1976) ........................................ 50 yds.
7. Jeff Anding (1975) ........................................ 49 yds.
Jeff Schebler (2006).............................. ..... .49 yds.
9. Chad Wurth (2000) ....................................... 48 yds.
Chad Wurth (2003) ....................................... 48 yds.
Rob Johnston (1999) .................................... 48 yds.
10. Jeff Schebler (2008) ..................................... 47 yds.
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INDIVIDUAL
Rushing Touchdowns (Career) - WIAC
Levell Coppage – holds UW-W and WIAC records for Rushing TD‟s with 53
1. Levell Coppage (2008-present) .................... 53
2. Justin Beaver (2004-2007) ............................. 44
3. Andy Moriarty (2003-2007) ............................. 42
Receptions (Career) - WIAC
Aaron Rusch – 190 career receptions (UW-W All-time leader)
1. Scott Burnoski (2001-04) ............................. 195
2. Cody Childs (2003-06) ................................ 193
T3. Brian Gallick (2003-06) ................................ 190
T3. Aaron Rusch (2007-present) ..................... 190
Receiving Yards (Career) - UW-Whitewater
Aaron Rusch – 2,585 career receiving yards
1. Derek Stanley (2003-06) ........................... 2,621
2. Aaron Rusch (2007-present) ................... 2,585
3. Jim Leszczynski (2002-05) ........................ 2,547
Receiving Yards (Season) - UW-Whitewater
Adam Brandes – 960 season receiving yards; Jordan Wells – 941 season receiving yards
1. Derek Stanley (2005) ................................ 1,328
2. Jim Leszczynski (2005) ............................. 1,217
3. Derek Stanley (2006) ................................ 1,141
4. Aaron Rusch (2008) .................................. 1,133
5. Neil Mrkvica (2007) ...................................... 988
6. Adam Brandes (2009) ................................. 960
7. Anthony Talton (1991) .................................. 952
8. Jordan Wells (2009).................................... 941
9. Steve Tenhagen (2001) ................................ 914
10. Jerry Young (1979)....................................... 871
Receptions (Season) - UW-Whitewater
Aaron Rusch – 64 season receptions, Jordan Wells – 59 season receptions
1. Aaron Rusch (2008) ...................................... 85
2. Jim Leszczynski (2005) .................................. 80
3. Neil Mrkvicka (2007)....................................... 71
4. Steve Tenhagen (2001) .................................. 65
5. Aaron Rusch (2009)...................................... 64
T6. Richard Newton (1995)................................... 63
T6. Derek Stanley (2006) ..................................... 63
8. Roger Gename (1974).................................... 60
9. Jordan Wells (2009)...................................... 59
10. Dick Bilda (1972) ............................................ 57
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Rushing Yards (Career) - UW-Whitewater
Levell Coppage – 3,461 career rushing yards
1. Justin Beaver (2004-07) ............................ 6,584
2. Chad Wurth (2000-03) ............................... 4,301
3. Travis Talton (1987-91) ............................. 3,783
4. Spencer Johnson (1992-94) ...................... 3,739
5. Levell Coppage (2008-present) ............... 3,461
6. George Rainey (1984-87) .......................... 3,385
7. Eddie McKennie (1994-97) ........................ 3,354
8. John Damato (1995-97)............................. 2,852
9. Mike R. Miller (1981-84) ............................ 2,693
10. Bill Roper (1971-73) .................................. 2,254
Rushing Yards (Season) - UW-Whitewater
Levell Coppage – 2,000 season rushing yards
1. Justin Beaver (2007) ................................. 2,455
2. Justin Beaver (2005) ................................. 2,420
3. Levell Coppage (2009)............................. 1,996
4. Spencer Johnson (1994) ........................... 1,697
5. Travis Talton (1988) .................................. 1,599
6. George Rainey (1987) ............................... 1,567
7. John Damato (1997).................................. 1,474
8. Levell Coppage (2008) .............................. 1,461
Passing Touchdowns (Career) - UW-Whitewater
Jeff Donovan – 44 career TD‟s
1. Justin Jacobs (2003-06) ................................. 80
2. Ty Grovesteen (1996-98) ................................ 48
T3. Bob Berezowitz (1963-66) .............................. 44
T3. Jeff Donovan (2006-present) ........................ 44
Passing Touchdowns (Season) - UW-Whitewater
Jeff Donovan – 27 season TD‟s
1. Justin Jacobs (2006) ...................................... 36
2. Justin Jacobs (2005) ...................................... 35
T3. Bob Berezowitz (1966) ................................... 27
T3. Jeff Donovan (2009) ..................................... 27
Quarterback Sacks (Career) - UW-Whitewater
Anthony White – 22.5 career sacks
T1. Tony Azarian (1977-80) .................................. 31
T1. Tom Stuebe (1977-79) ................................... 31
3. Ryan Kleppe (2003-06) .................................. 30
4. Ryan Ogrizovich (2004-07) ............................. 23
5. Anthony White (2006-09) ........................... 22.5
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Team Records…Season
Most Touchdowns: ....................................................................................................... 83 in 2005
--Currently have 80
Most Points: ............................................................................................................... 617 in 2005
--Currently have 597, our 617 is WIAC record
Most Yards Rushing: ............................................................................................... 3,292 in 2009
--Currently have 3,292, WIAC record is 4,034--River Falls, 2000
Most Yards Passing: ................................................................................................ 4,079 in 2005
--Currently have 3,585, WIAC record is 5,248--Stevens Point, 1987
Most Pass Attempts: ................................................................................................... 482 in 2005
--Currently have 356, WIAC record is 685--Stevens Point, 1987
Most Pass Completions: ............................................................................................. 258 in 2009
--Currently have 258, WIAC record is 340--Stevens Point, 1987
Most First Downs: ....................................................................................................... 359 in 2005
--Currently have 331, our 359 in 05 is the WIAC record
Most First Downs Rushing: ......................................................................................... 163 in 2007
--Currently have 153
Most First Downs Passing: ......................................................................................... 166 in 2009
--Currently have 166
Most Total Offense: ................................................................................................. 7,367 in 2005
--Currently have 6,877
Best Rushing Average: .............................................................................................. 6.11 in 1997
--Currently have 5.75
Best Passing Percentage:.......................................................................................... .625 in 1979
--Currently is .725
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STAGG BOWL HISTORY
2005
Salem, Va.--The greatest season in UW-Whitewater football history ended in Salem Civic Stadium with a
35-28 loss to Mount Union College (Ohio) in the NCAA Division III national championship, the Amos
Alonzo Stagg Bowl on December 17.
UW-Whitewater got the first break of the game, when defensive back Vic Wipperfurth picked off a Mike
Jorris pass, returning the ball 32 yards to the Mount Union 42-yard line. UW-Whitewater converted the
opportunity, ending the five-play 42-yard drive with a two-yard touchdown run by Justin Beaver, extending
his school season record with his 24th touchdown, to give UW-Whitewater a 7-0 lead at 9:54.
It took Mount Union just over three minutes to even the score, covering 80 yards in four plays, the biggest
coming on a Jorris to Pierre Garcon 63-yard scoring toss at 6:32.
The same duo gave Mount Union the lead at 5:03 in the second, this time with Jorris hooking up with
Garcon for 12 yards, wrapping up eight plays that covered 58 yards.
The half ended 14-7 Mount Union, with UW-Whitewater's Beaver gaining 47 on nine carries, which is
where he also ended the half, only with 15 carries.
In the third quarter the Warhawks moved down the field, advancing to the Mount Union three yard line.
After no gain on third down, UW-Whitewater went for the touchdown on fourth down and the pass fell
incomplete. Two plays later, freshman running back Nate Kmic took the ball 95 yards to open a 21-7
margin with 8:05 left in the third.
UW-Whitewater's offense moved the ball down the field on its next possession, but the drive ended when
Mount Union picked off a Jacobs pass intended for Jim Leszczynski near the five yard line. The Purple
Raiders turned that miscue into seven points, with Kmic going in from two yards out to increase the
margin to 28-7.
UW-Whitewater came back at 12:22 on a Jacobs to Leszczynski 23-yard touchdown to cut the margin to
28-14.
Just four minutes later, UW-Whitewater continued its comeback, with Jacobs hitting tight end Pete
Schmitt with a 15-yard scoring play to narrow Mt. Union's margin to 28-21 at the 8:37 mark.
Mount Union controlled the clock late in the fourth quarter behind the rushing of Kmic, who ended a long
(71 yards), time consuming (5:39) drive. Kmic put a punctuation point on the drive with his third
touchdown of the day, scoring from 15 yards out at 2:50 to make it 35-21 Purple Raiders.
It had to make UW-Whitewater head coach proud when his team came back yet again, with Justin Jacobs
sneaking in from one yard out with two seconds left to make the final margin, after an on-side kick which
Mount Union recovered, 35-28, Mount Union.
"I'm very proud of our football team, " UW-Whitewater head coach Bob Berezowitz said. "They never quit,
all the way to the end."
UW-Whitewater, which defeated the last two NCAA III championships (Linfield 2004, Saint John's 2003)
among its four playoff wins on the way to the Stagg Bowl, couldn't make it three in a row. (Mount Union
won the title in 2002). The Warhawks finish the 2005 season 14-1, establishing school records for
victories (previous mark 10), touchdowns, points, first downs, total yards, pass completions, passing
yards, rushing yards, interceptions, first downs rushing and first downs passing in the team categories.
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Among individual mark sophomore running back Justin Beaver broke the NCAA III single season rushing
record in the third quarter, going past the old mark of 2,385 Dante Brown of Marietta College (OH) set in
1996. Beaver ended the game with 125 yards rushing on 30 carries, giving him 2,420 yards in a season.
Among many players joining the record procession were senior wide receiver Jim Leszczynski (season
receptions), junior wideout Derek Stanley (season yards receiving, touchdowns receiving in a season),
senior kicker Michael Chaulk (season PAT's made and attempted), returner Neil Mrkvicka (season and
career punt returns, season return yards).
UW-Whitewater's appearance in the national championship game was the first by a WIAC school since
1995 when UW-La Crosse claimed the national crown.
Box Score (Final)
Mt. Union (OH) vs UW-Whitewater (Dec 17, 2005 at Salem, Va.)
Score by Quarters
Mt. Union (OH)
UW-Whitewater
Scoring Summary:
1st
09:54
WW
06:32
MTU
2nd
05:03
MTU
3rd
08:35
MTU
02:08
MTU
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WW
08:37
WW
02:50
MTU
00:02
WW
4th
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Score
35
Record: 14-1
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Record: 14-1
Justin Beaver 2 yd run (Mike Chaulk kick), 5 plays, 42 yards, TOP 1:51,
MTUNION 0 - WW 7
Pierre Garcon 63 yd pass from Mike Jorris (Mike Zimmerman kick), 4 plays, 80
yards, TOP 1:10, MTUNION 7 - WW 7
Pierre Garcon 12 yd pass from Mike Jorris (Mike Zimmerman kick), 8 plays, 58
yards, TOP 3:08, MTUNION 14 - WW 7
Nate Kmic 95 yd run (Mike Zimmerman kick), 2 plays, 97 yards, TOP 1:12,
MTUNION 21 - WW 7
Nate Kmic 2 yd run (Mike Zimmerman kick), 10 plays, 80 yards, TOP 4:28,
MTUNION 28 - WW 7
Jim Leszczynski 23 yd pass from Justin Jacobs (Mike Chaulk kick), 6 plays, 86
yards, TOP 2:24, MTUNION 28 - WW 14
Pete Schmitt 15 yd pass from Justin Jacobs (Mike Chaulk kick), 9 plays, 61
yards, TOP 2:30, MTUNION 28 - WW 21
Nate Kmic 15 yd run (Mike Zimmerman kick), 12 plays, 71 yards, TOP 5:39,
MTUNION 35 - WW 21
Justin Jacobs 1 yd run (Mike Chaulk kick), 15 plays, 80 yards, TOP 2:48,
MTUNION 35 - WW 28
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
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Possession Time
Sacks By: Number-Yards
MTUNION WW
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RUSHING: Mt. Union (OH)-Nate Kmic 28-185; Pierre Garcon 1-9; Mike Jorris 4-6; Team 1-minus 2; Scott
Casto 1-minus 5. UW-Whitewater-Justin Beaver 30-125; Neil Mrkvicka 1-3; Jim Leszczynski 1-3; Justin
Jacobs 7-minus 3.
PASSING: Mt. Union (OH)-Mike Jorris 20-28-1-246. UW-Whitewater-Justin Jacobs 22-47-1-310.
RECEIVING: Mt. Union (OH)-Pierre Garcon 7-107; Nate Kmic 7-61; Scott Campbell 3-40; Brandon
Boehm 2-29; Scott Casto 1-9. UW-Whitewater-DerekStanley 7-99; Jim Leszczynski 5-93; Pete Schmitt 465; Travis Reuland 3-36; Lance Douglas 2-5; Neil Mrkvicka 1-12.
INTERCEPTIONS: Mt. Union (OH)-Cameron Rose 1-18. UW-Whitewater-Steve Wegner 1-32.
Stadium: Salem Stadium
Attendance: 4619
Kickoff time: 1:06 pm End of Game: 4:34 pm Total elapsed time: 3:28
Officials: Referee: Tom Essenberg; Umpire: Bob Holcomb; Linesman: Ed Steenbergen;
Line judge: Tim Schramm; Field judge: S. Hendrickson; Side judge: Jeff Stille;
Scorer: Dave Walters;
Temperature: 40
Wind: calm
Weather: overcast
SACKS (UA-A): Mt. Union (OH)-Greg Brauer 2-0; Jesse Wells 1-0. UW-Whitewater-Ryan Kleppe 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Mt. Union (OH)-Matt Kostelnik 7-4; Nick Barren 2-7; Robert McDavid 5-3; Cameron
Rose 6-1; Greg Brauer 4-3; Mike Gibbons 3-4; Jesse Wells 6-0; Ross Watson 5-1; Justen Stickley 2-3;
Matt Rees 2-2; Anthony Ursetti 1-2; Buddy Wolf 1-1; Chris Kappas 0-2; Mike Zimmerman 1-0; Chas
Yoder 1-0; Tony DeRiggi 1-0; Jason Lewis 0-1; A. Antonucci 0-1; Mike Manuchia 0-1. UW-WhitewaterRobb Widuch 8-3; A. J. Raebel 4-3; Collin Price 5-1; Ryan Ogrizovich 3-2; Kyle Johnson 3-1; Eric
Kosterman 1-3; Ryan Kleppe 2-1; Jace Rindahl 2-1; Derek Brown 2-1; Alex Thompson 1-2; Andy Murray
2-0; Brent Allen 1-0; Joshua Jackson 1-0; Vic Wipperfurth 1-0; Matt Blaziewske 0-1; Nic Romeo 0-1.
2006
Salem, Va.--For the second straight season, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater fell short against Mount
Union College (Ohio) in the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl for the NCAA Division III football national
championship.
Pierre Garcon scored two touchdowns in the second half and the Purple Raiders defense held the
Warhawks to three second half points as Mount Union emerged with a 35-16 victory in front of 6,051
spectators at Salem Stadium.
Purple Raider signal-caller Greg Micheli was named the game‟s Most Outstanding Player, having led his
squad off the bench in Mount Union‟s two quarterback system. Micheli set a new NCAA Division III
Championship record buy completing 18-of-22 passing for an .818 completion percentage. He threw for
202 yards and three scores, and also ran for 42 yards and one more touchdown.
The win for the Raiders marked the program‟s ninth in 10 total visits to Salem, Virginia. This contest, the
34th Stagg Bowl, marked the only repeat performance in the contest‟s storied history.
“This was a great football game today,” explained Mount Union head coach Larry Kehres. “We played
our best game of the season. We played more aggressive. I think we defeated a great team. We felt we
had to play that way because Whitewater is a great team and they brought out the best in us.”
“First of all I would like to extend on the behalf of my football program congratulations to Mount Union,”
mentioned UW-Whitewater head coach Bob Berezowitz. “They were a better football team than we were
today. Credit goes to Larry (Coach Kehres). He has always had an outstanding program.”
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"I really feel for our team," Berezowitz continued. "We had a slogan of "Unfinished Business" for this
season and we would have liked to complete that, but our players have accomplished something the last
two years that no other Whitewater football team in history has done."
UW-Whitewater scored first on a 25-yard field goal with by Jeff Schebler with 2:14 left in the opening
quarter. The 3-0 UW-Whitewater lead marked the first time the Purple Raiders trailed in a game since the
first quarter of last year‟s Stagg Bowl, a string of 59 straight quarters.
The deficit didn‟t last long as Mount Union jumped on the board just 1:10 into the second frame on a twoyard pass from Micheli to Anthony Antonucci. Micheli put the Raiders ahead 14-3 just under seven
minutes later with a darting 12-yard scamper in which he broke several Warhawk arm tackles.
“I was known as a runner and the defense is going to adjust to someone that runs more and I think that
opened up the passing game today,” explained MUC‟s Micheli.
Just as the game seemed to be getting out of hand, Jordan Wells sparked the Warhawk offense with an
81-yard return on the ensuing kickoff. Two plays later, quarterback Justin Jacobs leaned into the end
zone on a one-yard push with 5:46 on the clock.
UW-Whitewater pulled to within one with 33 seconds to play when Schebler booted his second field goal
of the game, this one from 24 yards out.
The third quarter proved the Warhawks‟ undoing for the second straight season as Mount Union added
two more touchdowns to the scoreboard. Micheli hooked up with receiver Pierre Garcon on 46-yard
catch-and-run for the first tally with 5:30 to play in the quarter.
Matt Kostelnik and Matt Rees made amends for Mount Union‟s earlier special teams with 2:44 on the
clock. Kostelnik busted through the middle of UW-Whitewater‟s line to block a punt and Rees returned it
34 yards for a 28-13 lead going into the final stanza.
Schebler set a new Stagg Bowl record with his third field goal of the game (36 yards) to cut the Mount
Union lead to 28-16, but Garcon and Micheli connected on a second scoring pass just four minutes later,
this one of 10 yards to complete the game‟s scoring.
Running back Nate Kmic led the Purple Raiders‟ running attack with 111 yards on the ground on the way
to setting a new NCAA team playoff record with 1,478 yards (1,411 by Mary Hardin-Baylor in
2004). Garcon finished with eight catches for 116 yards while Justin Wray added five receptions for 43
yards. Defensive end Sam Vucelich led the Raider defense with seven total tackles.
UW-Whitewater‟s Jacobs finished 12-of-27 for 148 yards. Running back Justin Beaver ran for 87 yards
on 23 carries, while receiver Derek Stanley hauled in six passes for 82 yards. Linebacker A.J. Raebel led
the Warhawks with 13 total tackles. Ben Farley picked off on pass, his eighth of the season.
The game marked the final contest for UW-Whitewater head coach Bob Berezowitz, who announced his
retirement at the beginning of the year. In his 22 seasons, Berezowitz compiled a 158-73-4 record (.681
winning percentage), including eight Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference titles, five NCAA
Division III playoff appearances and two trips to the national championship game. His 158 victories rank
third on the league‟s all-time list.
Box Score (Final)
#2 UW-Whitewater vs #1 Mount Union (OH) (Dec 16, 2006 at Salem, Va.)
Score by Quarters
UW-Whitewater
Mount Union (OH)
1
3
0
2
10
14
3
0
14
4
3
7
Score
16
Record: (14-1)
35
Record: (15-0)
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Scoring Summary:
1st
02:14
WW
2nd 13:50
MTU
3rd
4th
06:52
MTU
05:46
00:33
05:30
WW
WW
MTU
02:44
MTU
14:46
10:59
WW
MTU
Jeff Schebler 25 yd field goal, 10-56 3:31, WW 3 - MTUNION 0
A. Antonucci 2 yd pass from Greg Micheli (Mike Zimmerman kick), 8-62 3:12,
WW 3 - MTUNION 7
Greg Micheli 12 yd run (Mike Zimmerman kick), 10-72 4:48, WW 3 - MTUNION
14
Justin Jacobs 1 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 2-4 0:47, WW 10 - MTUNION 14
Jeff Schebler 24 yd field goal, 7-54 2:13, WW 13 - MTUNION 14
Pierre Garcon 46 yd pass from Greg Micheli (Mike Zimmerman kick), 5-81
1:26,WW 13 - MTUNION 21
Matt Rees 34 yd blocked punt return (Mike Zimmerman kick), , WW 13 MTUNION 28
Jeff Schebler 36 yd field goal, 12-49 2:49, WW 16 - MTUNION 28
Pierre Garcon 10 yd pass from Greg Micheli (Mike Zimmerman kick), 7-63
3:36,WW 16 - MTUNION 35
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
WW
16
36-87
148
27-12-0
63-235
0-0
1-10
5-160
1--1
6-34.0
4-1
5-45
26:29
3 of 14
1 of 2
4-4
2-11
MTUNION
20
39-161
202
27-18-1
66-363
0-0
4-53
5-111
0-0
4-36.5
1-1
5-55
33:31
8 of 15
1 of 1
3-4
2-17
RUSHING: UW-Whitewater-Justin Beaver 23-87; Lance Douglas 1-11; Trevor Hunt 1-5; Justin Jacobs
11-minus 16. Mount Union (OH)-Nate Kmic 25-111; Greg Micheli 9-42; Pierre Garcon 2-11; Mike Jorris 3minus 3.
PASSING: UW-Whitewater-Justin Jacobs 12-27-0-148. Mount Union (OH)-Greg Micheli 18-22-0-202;
Mike Jorris 0-5-1-0.
RECEIVING: UW-Whitewater-Derek Stanley 6-82; Neil Mrkvicka 4-40; Pete Schmitt 2-26. Mount Union
(OH)-Pierre Garcon 8-116; Justin Wray 5-43; A. Antonucci 4-30; T. Morring 1-13.
INTERCEPTIONS: UW-Whitewater-Ben Farley 1-minus 1. Mount Union (OH)-None.
FUMBLES: UW-Whitewater-Justin Jacobs 3-0; Justin Beaver 1-1. Mount Union (OH)-Nate Kmic 1-1.
Stadium: Salem Stadium
Attendance: 6051
Kickoff time: 4:13 pm End of Game: 7:24 pm Total elapsed time: 3:11
Officials: Referee: Tom Siewiorek; Umpire: Mark Valentine; Linesman: John Evans;
Line judge: Kevin Szink; Back judge: Doug Warns; Field judge: Bob Sutyak;
Side judge: Edward Moses; Scorer: Dave Walters;
Temperature: 62
Wind: 1-5 SSE Weather: Sunny and Clear
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2006 NCAA Division III Football National Championship
34th Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl
14th consecutive Stagg Bowl in Salem, Virginia
Greg Micheli (MTU) is named the game's outstanding player.
SACKS (UA-A): UW-Whitewater-Ryan Kleppe 1-0; A.J. Raebel 1-0. Mount Union (OH)-Matt Rees 1-0;
Nick Parr 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): UW-Whitewater-A.J. Raebel 9-4; Tristan Borzick 9-2; Ben Farley 5-3; Gabe Schultz 43; Robb Widuch 3-2; Ryan Kleppe 1-4; Andy Murray 2-2; Eric Kosterman 1-3; Matt Blaziewske 2-0; Luke
Nelson 2-0; Troney Shumpert 1-1; Alex Thompson 1-1; Ryan Ogrizovich 0-2; Joe Tietjen 1-0; Nick
Romeo 1-0; Jace Rindahl 1-0; Anthony White 1-0; Derek Stanley 1-0; Corey Schroedl 0-1; Eric
Zimmerman 0-1; Josh Maney 0-1. Mount Union (OH)-Sam Vucelich 3-4; Jonah Wilson 5-1; Nick Barren 42; Matt Rees 4-0; Justen Stickley 3-1; Tony Deriggi 3-1; Matt Kostelnik 2-2; Ryan Fehl 2-1; Nick Parr 2-1;
Anthony Ursetti 2-1; Pat McCullough 1-2; Mike Jorris 2-0; Chas Yoder 2-0; J. Millings 1-0; Pierre Garcon
1-0; Craig Nickoli 1-0; Mike Zimmerman 1-0; James Herbert 0-1; Chris Kappas 0-1.
2007
Salem, Va.--Danny Jones‟ one-yard touchdown plunge with 1:33 remaining in the game lifted UWWhitewater to a 31-21 victory over Mount Union College (Ohio) in the NCAA Division III football national
championship game on Dec. 15.
The national title is the first in program history and first for a Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
school since UW-La Crosse claimed the 1995 trophy with a 36-7 triumph over Rowan University (N.J.).
This year‟s contest was the third straight title bout between the Warhawks and Purple Raiders. The
Purple Raiders won the previous two meetings and nine of the last 14 national championships. Mount
Union also entered the game riding a 37-game winning streak.
”I‟ve said along that we have a great group of seniors and that they played their hearts out,” explained
UW-Whitewater head coach Lance Leipold. “Our staff did an outstanding job in making sure we
believe. I can‟t say how proud I am of our guys and the rest of our program.”
UW-Whitewater jumped to a 7-0 lead in the first quarter on a one-yard quarterback sneak by Jones and
built a 10-0 advantage into halftime when Jeff Schebler connected on a 32-yard field goal with two
seconds remaining in the half.
Mount Union entered the game allowing just 5.2 points per game and compiling a NCAA-best 54.1 points
per game on offense.
The Warhawks expanded their lead on the opening drive of the second half when Mike Sherman
recovered a Justin Beaver fumble in the end zone to give UW-Whitewater a 17-0 lead. The touchdown
capped a 12-play, 71-yard drive.
Mount Union countered with a pair of Nate Kmic touchdown runs to get within 17-14.
UW-Whitewater‟s Justin Beaver had a 13-yard touchdown run with 6:11 remaining in the game that gave
the Warhawks a 24-14 lead.
Beaver finished the contest with a season-high 249 yards on 31 carries and was named the game's Most
Outstanding Player.
“You can‟t get anything better than winning a national title in your last game,” said Beaver.
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The Warhawks forced three lost fumbles and held standout receiver Pierre Garcon to only four catches
for 30 yards. Linebacker Jace Rindahl led the unit with 16 tackles (10 solo). Ben Farley had 13 stops
and two forced fumbles, and Anthony White collected 1.5 of UW-Whitewater‟s three quarterback sacks.
Box Score (Final)
#1 Mount Union (OH) vs #2 UW-Whitewater (Dec 15, 2007 at Salem, Va.)
Score by Quarters
Mount Union (OH)
UW-Whitewater
Scoring Summary:
1st
10:30
WW
2nd 00:02
WW
3rd
11:05
WW
4th
08:28
04:14
06:11
03:36
MTU
MTU
WW
MTU
01:33
WW
1
0
7
2
0
3
3
14
7
4
7
14
Score
21
Record: (14-1)
31
Record: (14-1)
Danny Jones 1 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 6-71 2:24, MTUNION 0 - WW 7
Jeff Schebler 32 yd field goal, 8-65 1:12, MTUNION 0 - WW 10
Michael Sherman 0 yd fumble recovery (Jeff Schebler kick), 12-71 3:49,
MTUNION 0 - WW 17
Nate Kmic 11 yd run (Mike Zimmerman kick), 6-57 2:30, MTUNION 7 - WW 17
Nate Kmic 1 yd run (Mike Zimmerman kick), 8-19 3:53, MTUNION 14 - WW 17
Justin Beaver 13 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 7-50 2:52, MTUNION 14 - WW 24
Nate Kmic 4 yd run (Mike Zimmerman kick), 10-71 2:29, MTUNION 21 - WW
24
Danny Jones 1 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 6-75 1:58, MTUNION 21 - WW 31
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
MTUNION WW
22
21
52-210
47-274
235
136
32-19-1 24-9-0
84-445
71-410
1-14
0-0
3-3
1-7
6-129
4-86
0-0
1-3
4-33.8
7-41.1
6-3
3-2
5-55
2-15
33:33
26:27
8 of 17
5 of 15
1 of 4
2 of 2
3-4
5-5
2-6
3-11
RUSHING: Mount Union (OH)-Nate Kmic 30-121; Greg Micheli 21-90; Pierre Garcon 1-minus 1. UWWhitewater-Justin Beaver 31-249; Danny Jones 15-27; Team 1-minus 2; Michael Sherman 0-0.
PASSING: Mount Union (OH)-Greg Micheli 19-32-1-235. UW-Whitewater-Danny Jones 9-24-0-136.
RECEIVING: Mount Union (OH)-Justin Wray 5-52; Bryson Davis 4-98; Pierre Garcon 4-30; Cecil Shorts
2-28; Brandon Boehm 2-17; Nate Kmic 2-10. UW-Whitewater-Neil Mrkvicka 5-52; Aaron Rusch 3-61; Matt
Gifford 1-23.
INTERCEPTIONS: Mount Union (OH)-None. UW-Whitewater-Andy Murray 1-3.
FUMBLES: Mount Union (OH)-Greg Micheli 2-2; Nate Kmic 2-1; Pierre Garcon 2-0. UW-WhitewaterJustin Beaver 2-1; Danny Jones 1-1.
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Stadium: Salem Stadium
Attendance: 5099
Kickoff time: 4:09 pm End of Game: 7:36 pm Total elapsed time: 3:27
Officials: Referee: Randy Bruns; Umpire: Robert Colosimo; Linesman: Mike Gansemer;
Line judge: D. Carstensen; Back judge: David Forsythe; Field judge: L. Walderbach;
Side judge: Kirk Johnson; Scorer: ODAC;
Temperature: 33
Wind: SE 9 mph Weather: cloudy
2007 Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl
Wisconsin-Whitewater wins its first NCAA Division III
Football title. Senior RB Justin Beaver was named the game's
Most Outstanding Player.
SACKS (UA-A): Mount Union (OH)-Nick Parr 2-0. UW-Whitewater-Anthony White 1-1; Mike Dufrane 0-1;
Brian Reiser 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Mount Union (OH)-Pat McCullough 4-6; Chris Kappas 7-1; Matt Kostelnik 6-2; Tony
DeRiggi 3-4; Joseph Millings 5-1; Nick Parr 4-2; Daryl Ely 3-1; J. Andrews 1-2; Cameron Rose 2-0; Jonah
Wilson 2-0; Matt Rees 2-0; Matt Williamson 1-1; L. Budzinski 1-0; Craig Nickoli 1-0. UW-Whitewater-Jace
Rindahl 10-6; Ben Farley 8-5; Ryan Ogrizovich 3-6; Andy Murray 5-2; Tristan Borzick 4-3; Matt
Blaziewske 4-2; AJ Raebel 3-3; Anthony White 3-2; Gabe Schultz 4-0; Luke Wilson 2-0; Max Ford 1-1;
Troney Shumpert 1-1; Corey Schroedl 1-1; Keegan Brennan 1-0; Brian Reiser 1-0; Paul Wick 1-0; Jon
Baldwin 1-0; Mike Dufrane 0-1; Lane Olson 0-1.
2008
SALEM, Va.--University of Wisconsin-Whitewater fell short in its attempt to defend its national
championship with a 31-26 loss to Mount Union College (Ohio) in the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl on Dec.
20.
The Warhawks and Purple Raiders were meeting in the national championship game for the fourth
straight season. Mount Union finished the year with a 15-0 record and claimed the 10th national crown
in program history, while UW-Whitewater completed the 2008 campaign with a 13-2 mark.
UW-Whitewater was just the fourth team in NCAA Division III history to advance to four consecutive
championship games, joining Augustana College (Ill.) (1982-86) and Mount Union (2000-03 and 2005-08).
Box Score (Final)
#4 UW-Whitewater vs #1 Mount Union (OH) (Dec 20, 2008 at Salem, Va.)
Score by Quarters
UW-Whitewater
Mount Union (OH)
Scoring Summary:
1st
13:10
MTU
2nd
3rd
09:15
MTU
07:36
WW
04:43
09:50
02:33
01:01
MTU
WW
MTU
WW
1
7
21
2
3
3
3
3
0
4
13
7
Score
26
Record: (13-2)
31
Record: (15-0)
Cecil Shorts 55 yd pass from Greg Micheli (Ryan Wilk kick), 4-78 1:50, WW 0 MTUNION 7
Cecil Shorts 41 yd pass from Greg Micheli (Ryan Wilk kick), 3-81 1:26, WW 0 MTUNION 14
Antwan Anderson 1 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 4-35 1:28, WW 7 - MTUNION
14
Nate Kmic 2 yd run (Ryan Wilk kick), 7-75 2:46, WW 7 - MTUNION 21
Jeff Schebler 21 yd field goal, 11-61 5:10, WW 10 - MTUNION 21
Ryan Wilk 29 yd field goal, 13-74 7:06, WW 10 - MTUNION 24
Jeff Schebler 31 yd field goal, 12-66 5:57, WW 13 - MTUNION 24
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4th
11:59
MTU
06:46
WW
01:12
WW
Drew McClain 78 yd interception return (Ryan Wilk kick), , WW 13 - MTUNION
31
Antwan Anderson 2 yd run (Jeff Schebler kick), 12-61 5:09, WW 20 MTUNION 31
Jeff Donovan 1 yd run (Jeff Donovan pass failed), 14-87 3:12, WW 26 MTUNION 31
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
WW
31
45-198
257
38-28-1
83-455
0-0
1-0
6-166
0-0
2-33.5
3-0
4-40
34:17
7 of 14
0 of 0
5-5
2-7
MTUNION
15
33-139
262
19-12-0
52-401
0-0
1-8
5-86
1-78
3-36.0
2-1
4-30
25:43
5 of 11
0 of 0
2-3
2-7
RUSHING: UW-Whitewater-Antwan Anderson 19-121; Levell Coppage 13-41; Aaron Rusch 1-19; Jeff
Donovan 12-17. Mount Union (OH)-Nate Kmic 22-88; Greg Micheli 8-56; Team 3-minus 5.
PASSING: UW-Whitewater-Jeff Donovan 28-38-1-257. Mount Union (OH)-Greg Micheli 12-19-0-262.
RECEIVING: UW-Whitewater-Aaron Rusch 8-79; Adam Brandes 7-68; Jordan Wells 6-71; Matt Gifford 325; Nick Slupski 3-14; Antwan Anderson 1-0. Mount Union (OH)-Cecil Shorts 7-178; Chad Reynolds 2-40;
V. Petruziello 1-24; Judd Harrold 1-17; A.J. Claycomb 1-3.
INTERCEPTIONS: UW-Whitewater-None. Mount Union (OH)-Drew McClain 1-78.
FUMBLES: UW-Whitewater-Aaron Rusch 1-0; Jeff Donovan 1-0; Antwan Anderson 1-0. Mount Union
(OH)-Greg Micheli 2-1.
Stadium: Salem Stadium
Attendance: 5344
Kickoff time: 11:01 am End of Game: 2:15 pm Total elapsed time: 3:14
Officials: Referee: Pat Whalen; Umpire: Tom Tucker; Linesman: Scott Mitchell;
Line judge: David Wittman; Back judge: Bill Merritt; Field judge: Dan Pelletier;
Side judge: A.W. Nelson; Scorer: ODAC;
Temperature: 54
Wind: 5 MPH Weather: Mostly Cloudy, Dry
2008 NCAA Division III Football Championship
36th Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl
Mt. Union's Greg Micheli is named the game's Most Outstanding Player.
SACKS (UA-A): UW-Whitewater-Sam Markham 1-0; Jace Rindahl 1-0. Mount Union (OH)-James Herbert
1-0; Sam Kershaw 1-0.
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TACKLES (UA-A): UW-Whitewater-Max Ford 4-3; K. Supianoski 3-3; Jace Rindahl 3-2; Justin Ankley 23; Anthony White 3-0; Matt McCulloch 2-1; Troney Shumpert 2-0; Christopherson 2-0; Jeremy Diebert 11; Greg Arnold 1-1; Wesley Hicks 1-1; Jon Baldwin 1-0; Sam Markham 1-0; Jared Keisow 1-0; Paul Wick
1-0; Jay Hancock 1-0; G. Medenwald 0-1; Jovon Dixon 0-1; Lane Olson 0-1. Mount Union (OH)-Chaz
Jordan 7-4; Sam Kershaw 4-5; Ryan Renbarger 5-3; L. Budzinski 5-3; Roger Stewart 5-3; Daryl Ely 6-1;
Chas Yoder 4-3; James Herbert 5-1; Drew McClain 4-1; Joe Millings 4-0; James Coppeler 1-0; Tyler
Alwardt 1-0; Matt Williamson 1-0; Tyler Harris 1-0; Eric Gerhart 1-0; Tyler Almeida 0-1; Alex Ferrara 0-1.
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