University of Richmond - Richmond Spiders

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2015 SPIDER FOOTBALL MEDIA SUPPLEMENT

TABLE OF CONTENTS Quick Facts ................................................1 Roster/Schedule ........................................2 Head Coach Danny Rocco..........................3 Coaching Staff ...........................................4 Players to Watch .................................... 5-7 This Is Spider Football ...............................8 2014 Results/Statistics..............................9 2014 Defensive Statistics ....................... 10 2014 Game-By-Game Statistics .............. 11 All-Americans .......................................... 12 All-Conference Honors.......................13-14 All-Star Games ........................................ 14 Rushing Records..................................... 15 Passing Records ..................................... 16 Receiving Records .................................. 17 Total Offense/All-Purpose Records......... 18 Scoring Records ..................................... 19 Special Teams Records ........................... 20 Defensive Records .................................. 21 Team Records ......................................... 22 The Bowl Years ....................................... 23 Playoff Games (1984-2008).............24-30 2008 National Championship ................. 31 Playoff Games (2009-14) .................32-33 All-Time Results .................................34-37 Series Records...................................38-41 Record Versus All Opponents ................. 42 Top 25/Homecoming Results.................. 43 Spiders in Pro Football ......................44-45 Spiders in the NFL Draft ......................... 45 Coaching Records ................................... 46 All-Time Roster ..................................47-50

2015 QUICK FACTS

University Information Location ..................................................................................... University of Richmond, VA 23173 Founded....................................................................................................................................1830 Enrollment ...............................................................................................................................2,950 Nickname .............................................................................................................................. Spiders School Colors............................................................................................................... Red and Blue Stadium ................................................................................................ E. Claiborne Robins Stadium Opened ............................................................................................................September 18, 2010 Capacity ...................................................................................................................................8,700 Surface........................................................................... FieldTurf Pro (Installed Summer of 2012) President .............................................................. Dr. Ronald A. Crutcher (Miami University, 1969) Athletics Director ..........................................................................................Keith Gill (Duke, 1994) Team Information Head Coach ..................................................................................................................Danny Rocco Alma Mater, Year ............................................................................................ Wake Forest, 1984 Record/Years at Richmond .......................................................................................... 23-14/Three Career Record/Years ......................................................................................................70-34/Nine Affiliation ......................................................................................... NCAA Champ. Subdivision (FCS) Conference.................................................................................................................... CAA Football 2013 Record ...............................................................................................................................9-5 CAA Record (Finish)........................................................................................................... 5-3 (4th) Starters Returning/Lost ......................................................................................................... 12/13 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost...............................................................................................5/6 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost ..............................................................................................4/7 Special Teams Starters Returning/Lost .......................................................................................3/0 Program History Seasons of Football .................................................................................................. 132nd in 2015 First Season..............................................................................................................................1881 All-Time Record (Pct.) ...................................................................................... 516-623-53 (.455) All-Time Postseason Record (Pct.) ................................................................................12-9 (.571) All-Time Bowl Record (Pct.)............................................................................................. 1-1 (.500) All-Time National Championships....................................................................................... 1 (2008) All-Time Conference Championships ............................................................................................. 11 Southern .......................................................................................4 (1968, 1969, 1971, 1975) Yankee .......................................................................................................................... 1 (1987) Atlantic 10............................................................................................... 3 (1998, 2000, 2005) CAA Football ............................................................................................ 3 (2007, 2009, 2012) NCAA FCS Playoff Appearances ...9 (1984, 1987, 1998, 2000, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2014) All-Time Playoff Record (Pct.) .......................................................................................11-8 (.579) Last Playoff Appearance .............................................................................. 2014 (Second Round) Athletic Public Relations Web Site ......................................................................................................... RichmondSpiders.com Athletic Department Phone ......................................................................................804-289-8363 Athletic Department Fax ...........................................................................................804-287-1919 Assistant Director of Athletic Public Relations (Football Contact) ..................................Scott Burns Office Phone .............................................................................................................804-287-6313 Email .......................................................................................................... [email protected] Assistant Director of Athletic Public Relations (Secondary Football Contact) ...............Matt Moretti Office Phone .............................................................................................................804-287-6312 Social Media Football Twitter ........................................[email protected]SpiderFootball Richmond Football Facebook Page ................................. Facebook.com/RichmondSpidersFootball Football Instagram.......................................................................Instagram.com/RichmondFootball

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Name Jacobi Green Billy Caughell Jeremiah Hamlin Tafon Mainsah Seth Fisher Micah Keels Kyle Lauletta Dominique Miller Kevin Johnson Porter Abell Jarriel Jordan Stephon Jacob Ayo Ogunniyi Caleb Drake Trevor Jones Reggie Diggs Brian Brown Justin Rubin David Jones David Broadus Brendan Coniker Will Dearing D.J. Helkowski Jarmal Bevels Dejon Brissett Charles Mack T.J. Moon Adam Sahd Deontez Fleet Dale Matthews Selton Hodge David Norris Tim Thomas Trey Moore Jay Palmer David Herlocker Tariq Abdul-Akbar James Pavik Joshua Anderson Brandon Waller Peter Yoder Jacob Roberson Gordon Collins Paul Padalino Ganon Hingst Graham Latham Chad Wiggins Kieran Gregory Ben Schrider Logan Sedergren Griffin Trau Madison Day Omar Howard Josh Murray Troy Springer John Yarbrough Nick Ritcher Jeffrey Phipps Nicholas Vergos Thomas Evans Marius Young Jared Coker Tyler Cole Alex Light Grant Dixon John Snodgrass Caleb High Patrick Kliebert Josh Hess Blane Markham Fernando Gaston Will McCombs Tyler Wilkins Nick Holloway Gershom Ejoni Dashon Tibbs Will Geraghty Garrett Hudson Will Ingle Andre Booker Devin Cook Nick Velardo Gary Wortham Kieno Jones DeAnthony Muse Andrew Clyde Winston Craig Kolby Williams Kameron Jackson Lemond Johnson

Pos. RB LB RB DB RB DB QB DB QB WR DB TE DB WR DB WR WR LB/DB DB QB DB QB P WR WR DB RB WR/P DB LB LB LB DB LB RB DB DB FB DB DL K DB RB LB RB LS LB DL LB/DL DB P/K LB LB WR LB OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL/DL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL WR WR WR TE WR WR TE TE DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DB DB

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

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Hometown (High School/Previous School) Jacksonville, Fla. (Ed White) Apopka, Fla. (Apopka) Jacksonville, Fla. (Fork Union/University Christian) Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Catholic) Salem, Va. (Salem) Washington D.C. (Fork Union Military Academy) Exton, Pa. (Downingtown East) Woodbridge, Va. (C.D. Hylton) Atlanta, Ga. (Pace Academy) Lexington, Va. (Rockbridge County) Fort Washington, Md. (DeMatha) Damascus, Md. (Damascus) Waldorf, Md. (Westlake) Troy, N.C. (West Montgomery) Charles City, Va. (Charles City) Dendron, Va. (Surry County) Richmond, Va. (Hermitage) Southampton, Pa. (Archbishop Wood) St. Petersburg, Fla. (St. Petersburg) Suwanee, Ga. (Lambert) Pittsburgh, Pa. (North Allegheny) Winchester, Va. (John Handley) Warrenton, Va. (Fauquier) Fredericksburg, Va. (James Monroe) Mississauga, Ontario (Lake Forest Academy (Ill.)) Lithonia, Ga. (Wesleyan School) Stone Mountain, Ga. (Stephenson) Mountville, Pa. (Penn Manor) Indian Head, Md. (Henry E. Lackey) Bowie, Md. (DeMatha) Washington, D.C. (Friendship Collegiate Academy) Madison, Ala. (UAB/Bob Jones) Surry, Va. (Surry County) Memphis, Tenn. (Memphis University School) Princeton, W. Va. (Princeton) Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Catholic) Baltimore, Md. (Northwestern) Mathews, Va. (Mathews) Woodbridge, Va. (Freedom) Ardmore, Pa. (Haverford) Dallas, Texas (Cistercian Prepatory) Richmond, Va. (St. Christopher’s School) Stafford, Va. (Mountain View) Potomac, Md. (Landon School) Henrico, Va. (St. Christopher’s School) Midlothian, Va. (Monacan) Centreville, Va. (Centreville) Germantown, Md. (Quince Orchard) Berkeley, Calif. (Saint Mary’s College) Concord, N.C. (Concord) Culver, Ind. (Western Reserve Academy) Midlothian, Va. (Midlothian) Midlothian, Va. (MIdlothian) Roanoke, Va. (North Cross) Fairfax, Va. (Fairfax) Homewood, Ala. (Homewood) Raleigh, N.C. (Ravenscroft) Mechanicsville, Va. (Lee Davis) Memphis, Tenn. (Memphis University School) Franklin, N.C. (Franklin) Richmond, Va. (Hermitage) Niceville, Fla. (Briar Woods) Purcellville, Va. (Woodgrove) Salem, Va. (Salem) Charlotte, N.C. (Providence) Jacksonville, Fla. (Fletcher) Raleigh, N.C. (Millbrook) New Orleans, La. (Archbishop Rummel) Richlands, Va. (Richlands) Lynchburg, Va. (Liberty Christian Academy) Charlottesville, Va. (Randolph-Macon/St. Anne’s Belfield) Mechanicsville, Va. (Atlee) Richmond, Va. (L.C. Bird) Apex, N.C. (Cardinal Gibbons) Wake Forest, N.C. (Heritage) Charlottesville, Va. (Fluvanna County High School) Atlanta, Ga. (Lovett) Raleigh, N.C. (UNC/Heritage) Burlington, N.C. (Williams) Richmond, Va. (Manchester) Beaver Falls, Pa. (Pitt/Beaver Falls) Charlotte, N.C. (Providence Day) Woodbridge, Va. (Ventura College (CA)/Freedom) Atlanta, Ga. (Grady) Roanoke, Va. (Northside) Dallas, Texas (Highland Park) Greensboro, N.C. (Lucy Ragsdale) Fort Washington, Md. (Landon) Madison, Ala. (UNC/Madison Academy) Cooper City, Fla. (Tennessee/Cooper City)

2015 SPIDER FOOTBALL SCHEDULE at Maryland September 5 • 12:00 PM at Hampton September 12 • 6:00 PM VMI September 19 • 6:00 PM MAINE* October 3 • 3:30 PM FAMILY WEEKEND ELON* October 10 • 3:30 PM at Rhode Island* October 17 • 12:00 PM at James Madison* October 24 • 3:30 PM UALBANY* October 31 • 3:30 PM HOMECOMING at New Hampshire* November 7 • 3:00 PM at Villanova* November 14 • 3:30 PM WILLIAM & MARY* November 21 • 12:00 PM * CAA Football Conference game

2008 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS • 11 CONFERENCE TITLES • 9 NCAA PLAYOFFS • 79 ALL-AMERICANS

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DANNY

ROCCO

HEAD COACH

Fourth Season Wake Forest, 1984 After a four-year absence from the FCS Playoffs, Rocco led the Spiders back to the postseason in 2014, reaching the second round. The Spiders earned an at-large bid to the playoffs after finishing the regular season with an overall record of 8-4 and a mark of 5-3 in CAA conference play. Despite another rash of injuries to key players, the Spiders notched a pair of impressive wins over ranked teams to earn their at-large bid. Richmond knocked off No. 3 Villanova, 10-9, before beating No. 19 William & Mary in Williamsburg for the third-straight year to end the season. In the playoffs, Richmond hosted a game for the first time at Robins Stadium, handily defeating Morgan State, 46-24, before falling at No. 6 Coastal Carolina in the second round. The Spiders were a mainstay in the national rankings all season long in 2014, reaching as high as No. 8. Richmond ended the year ranked No. 16 in both the media and the coaches poll. After inheriting a Richmond Spiders football team that went 3-8 overall and 0-8 in CAA play in 2011, head coach Danny Rocco arrived in 2012 and immediately made good on the promise he made the day he was hired - return the Spider program back to its winning ways. In 2013, the Spiders entered the year ranked No. 14 in the country, rising to No. 12 after a season-opening win against VMI. At NC State, Richmond opened up a 21-10 lead in the second half against the Wolfpack, but a last-second field goal would propel NCSU past the Spiders. Close losses and injuries cost Richmond early in the season, but the team responded under Rocco to win its final four games of the season in impressive fashion. After wins over CAA newcomers Albany and Stony Brook, the Spiders recorded an impressive, 46-43 win at No. 21 Delaware. Then in the final game of the season, Rocco led the team to its second-straight Capital Cup victory, 31-20, over No. 19-ranked William & Mary. In 2012, Rocco led Richmond to a share of the CAA Football championship, posting an overall record of 8-3 and a conference mark of 6-2. The five-win turnaround is the second-best in the history of Richmond football, while the six-conference win improvement was the best in the CAA. The Spiders had numerous quality wins in 2012, defeating Villanova in Philadelphia, while also taking down then No. 2-ranked James Madison. Richmond also defeated perennial CAA power Delaware at Robins Stadium. For his efforts, Rocco was named a finalist not only for the Eddie Robinson Award, but also the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award. Both distinctions marked the fourth time that Rocco had been named a finalist for the two honors in his seven years as a head coach. Rocco was also named The Touchdown Club of Richmond’s NCAA Division I Commonwealth of Virginia Coach of the Year. Continuing the trend he set during his tenure at Liberty, the Spiders led the nation in turnover margin in 2012 (+22), while also leading the country in interceptions with 24. On the other side of the ball, Richmond’s offensive line proved to be one of the finest in all of the FCS, leading the CAA and ranking in a tie for third nationally with just five sacks allowed all season. In three seasons under Rocco, Richmond players have earned 34 All-CAA honors, 12 All-America accolades and one NFL Draft selection. Prior to coming to Richmond, Rocco had one of the most successful coaching stints in the history of Liberty University. Rocco arrived at Liberty following the program’s 1-10 finish in 2005 and transformed the program as the architect of six consecutive winning seasons with the Flames. During his first season in 2006, Liberty won five more games (6-5) than the previous year, an improvement that tied for the best FCS turnaround in the nation that season. As a result of his immediate impact on the program, Rocco was named Big South Coach of the Year for the first time in school history in 2006, the first of three-straight years he would receive the honor. He would go on to be named a finalist for the national Eddie Robinson Award and Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award in each of the final three seasons in Lynchburg. Since the team’s stunning turnaround in 2006, Rocco’s teams continued to dominate in the Big South Conference and beyond. The Flames rolled to a 47-20 overall record and an impressive 26-5 mark in Big South play under Rocco, winning no fewer than seven games in each of his final five seasons. Nationally, Liberty finished the last four years ranked inside the Top 25 in both major FCS polls.

During Rocco’s six years at the helm in Lynchburg, the Flames captured their first-ever Big South Championship in 2007 - the first of three consecutive conference titles. During this four-year span, Rocco had the third-highest winning percentage among FCS coaches nationally with his 34-11 record (.756). Liberty was able to achieve and sustain such success under Rocco by winning on both sides of the ball. From 2007-10, the Flames ranked first in the nation among FCS programs with 37.28 scoring average per game while ranking seventh by allowing just 19.17 points per game. The Flames were also the topranked team in FCS Football in turnover margin over the course of Rocco’s first five seasons at Liberty. Rocco’s players undoubtedly exceled under his guidance at Liberty. He coached 97 Big South all-conference honorees and 19 players who garnered All-America honors, including a pair of consensus All-Americans in running back Rashad Jennings (2008) and kicker Matt Begins (2009, 2010). Four of Rocco’s student-athletes at Liberty, Vince Redd (New England), Stephen Sene (St. Louis), Trey Jacobs (Washington) and Rashad Jennings (Jacksonville) went on to play in the professional ranks in the National Football League. Jennings became Liberty’s first NFL Draft selection in two decades when he was chosen in the seventh round by the Jaguars in 2009. Prior to his arrival at Liberty, Rocco spent the previous five seasons at Virginia, beginning in 2001. Here, he helped guide the Cavaliers to four-consecutive bowl appearances, including back-to-back Continental Tire Bowl victories in 2002 and 2003, and 37 overall wins alongside Al Groh as an assistant head coach and linebacker coach. Rocco would also serve as the Cavaliers’ recruiting coordinator his first year in Charlottesville. His 2002 recruiting class was ranked in the top 10 in the nation by many of the major recruiting services, including a fifth-place ranking by ESPN. Rocco would quickly be promoted to associate head coach while continuing to serve as linebackers coach. He began his coaching career as a graduate assistant coach at his alma mater, Wake Forest. He spent the 1984 and 1985 seasons with the Demon Deacons before being hired as the defensive line coach before the 1986 season. Rocco was then hired by Colorado head coach Bill McCartney as an assistant linebackers coach for the 1987 season before heading to Tulsa to serve as the outside linebackers coach from 1998-2000. He returned to the East Coast for the 1991-93 season to work for current New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin as his defensive line coach at Boston College, helping Coughlin revitalize the Golden Eagle’s return to the national stage as participants in the 1992 Hall of Fame Bowl and the 1993 Carquest Bowl. Following his successful stint at Boston College, Rocco then served as the outside linebackers coach at the University of Texas at Austin, where the Longhorns captured three straight conference titles, including winning the inaugural Big 12 Championship in 1996 and earning bids to three consecutive bowl games (Sun Bowl, Sugar Bowl, Fiesta Bowl). His career would then continue at Maryland, where he served as the linebackers coach during the 1998 and 1999 seasons before reuniting with his mentor, Groh, as an assistant linebacker and special teams coach with the New York Jets for the team’s 2000 campaign. He would then follow Groh to Virginia for the 2001-2005 seasons. Rocco began his college playing career at Penn State, where he earned two varsity letters and competed in the 1979 Liberty Bowl and the 1980 Fiesta Bowl before transferring to Wake Forest. While in Winston-Salem, he was a two-year starter and senior captain for Groh. He was no stranger to coaching after growing up in a football family. His father, Frank Rocco, Sr., served as an assistant coach at Penn State under Hall of Fame coach Joe Paterno before joining the Liberty staff for a six-year stint in 2000. Frank Rocco, Jr., also joined the Flames staff in 2000 as a wide receivers and quarterbacks coach and received a promotion to offensive coordinator prior to his departure in 2003. Both he and brother, Dave, both currently coach at the high school level in Virginia. A native of Huntingdon, Pa., Rocco is married to the former Julie Mills. They are the parents of two children, David and Amy.

THE DANNY ROCCO FILE PLAYING HISTORY • Penn State -- 1979-80 Linebacker for the Nittany Lions • Wake Forest -- 1981-83 Linebacker; Team captain in 1983 COACHING HONORS • Four-time Eddie Robinson Award Finalist • Four-time Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Finalist • Three-time Big South Coach of the Year AS A HEAD COACH Year School Record Conf. Finish 2014 Richmond 9-5 5-3 4th 2013 Richmond 6-6 4-4 T-5th 2012 Richmond 8-3 6-2 T-1st 2011 Liberty 7-4 5-1 2nd 2010 Liberty 8-3 5-1 1st 2009 Liberty 8-3 5-1 1st 2008 Liberty 10-2 5-0 1st 2007 Liberty 8-3 4-0 1st 2006 Liberty 6-5 2-2 3rd Career 70-34 41-14 AS AN ASSISTANT COACH Years School Position 2003-05 Virginia Assoc. HC/LB Asst. HC/LB/Rec. Coor. 2001-02 Virginia 2000 N.Y. Jets Asst. LB/S.T. 1998-99 Maryland Out. LB/Asst. S.T. S.T. Coor./DE 1997 Texas 1994-96 Texas Outside LB 1991-93 Boston College Defensive Line 1988-90 Tulsa Outside LB 1987 Colorado Asst. LB Wake Forest Defensive Line 1986 1984-85 Wake Forest Def. G.A. “When he was with me at Boston College, he was an outstanding young football coach, and he had his blinders on from Day One: Family, Religion and Football. He has great people skills, and as a result, has always been an outstanding recruiter and football coach, and the players enjoy playing for him.” Tom Coughlin - N.Y. Giants Head Coach “Danny has a proven track record of winning and getting the best out of the student-athletes he serves. He does it the right way. I am sure he will be successful and as a football alumnus welcome him to Richmond.” Mike London - Virginia Head Coach “I’ve known Dan Rocco since he was a captain of our team at Wake Forest. Dan knows the game inside and out, and most importantly, knows how to get the best out of his players. He’s the fourth member from our Virginia staff to be the head coach at Richmond. They know what they’re getting, and that’s an outstanding coach.” Al Groh - Former Virginia Head Coach

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SPARKY WOODS Assoc. H.C./RB/Recruiting Coordinator 1st Year at Richmond Carson Newman, 1976

CHARLIE FISHER Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks 2nd Year at Richmond Springfield College, 1981

BOB TROTT Defensive Coordinator 6th Year at Richmond North Carolina, 1976

DAVE LEGG Cornerbacks/Special Teams 9th Year at Richmond Christopher Newport, 1986

LEVERN BELIN Defensive Line 4th Year at Richmond Waker Forest, 1991

FONTEL MINES Wide Receivers 4th Year at Richmond Virginia, 2007

BILL POLIN Tight Ends 8th Year at Richmond Colby College, 2000

MANNY ROJAS Linebackers 4th Year at Richmond Liberty, 2007

BLAINE McCORKLE Offensive Line 4th Year at Richmond LSU, 2000

CLINT SINTIM Asst. Linebackers/Defensive Line 1st Year at Richmond Virginia, 2009

CHRIS STEWART Director of Strength/Conditioning 7th Year at Richmond Western Carolina, 1998

CARL KOTZ Director of Football Operations 3rd Year at Richmond Clemson, 2003

2008 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS • 11 CONFERENCE TITLES • 9 NCAA PLAYOFFS • 79 ALL-AMERICANS

2015 SPIDER FOOTBALL MEDIA SUPPLEMENT

BRIAN

WINSTON

12 BROWN JR. • WR • 6-1/198 • RICHMOND, VA

98 CRAIG JR. • DL • 6-3/294 • GREENSBORO, NC

2015: Preseason All-CAA … Honorable Mention Preseason All-American by USA College Football

2014: Appeared in all 14 games, earning 10 starts ... Totaled 35 tackles, 4.0 tackles for loss, 3.0 sacks, one pass breakup, two quarterback hurries and one blocked kick ... Recorded six tackles and one sack for a loss of nine yards at Coastal Carolina ... Had two tackles and a quarterback hurry in the playoff win against Morgan State ... Picked up three tackles and a sack for eight yards in the win at William & Mary ... Made five tackles at Maine ... Had three tackles and a sack in the win against No. 3 Villanova ... Recorded two tackles in the win over Hampton ... Made four tackles at Virginia ... Picked up two tackles in the season opener against Morehead State

2014: Earned All-CAA Third-Team honors ... Placed on the Second-Team All-CAA by College Sports Madness ... Appeared in all 14 games, earning 10 starts ... Totaled 1,089 receiving yards on 79 receptions with four touchdowns ... His 79 receptions rank fourth all-time ... His 1,089 receiving yards rank sixth all-time ... Had 59 yards rushing off of seven attempts ... Led the squad with 181 yards receiving off of eight catches and two touchdowns at Coastal Carolina ... Picked up 35 yards off six catches in the playoff win against Morgan State ... Had 56 yards off five catches in the win at William & Mary ... Caught five catches to total 52 yards and a touchdown against James Madison ... Picked up 78 yards on four catches at Maine ... Led both teams with 119 yards on eight catches in the win over No. 3 Villanova ... Collected 66 yards on five catches in the win at Elon ... Made three catches for a total of 28 yards in the win against Rhode Island ... Picked up 70 yards off seven catches and a touchdown in the win at Albany ... Led the team with 125 yards on nine catches in the win at Liberty ... Had a career day against No. 7 New Hampshire, collecting 139 yards off 12 receptions for his third 100-yard game as a Spider ... Picked up 30 yards on two catches in the win over Hampton ... Led the team with a career-high 110 yards on five catches, while totaling 91 yards off two kick returns against Morehead State 2013: Appeared in 11 games and is one of six true freshmen to earn playing time during the year ... Totaled 179 yards and two touchdowns off 11 receptions as a true freshman ... Caught two passes for a total of 12 yards, including a touchdown in the win against William & Mary ... Had a career day in the win at Delaware, recording 109 yards and a touchdown off three passes ... Recorded an eight-yard catch against No. 6 Towson ... Snagged a then career-long 24 yard catch at Gardner-Webb ... Caught three catches for 18 yards with a long of 10 in his first collegiate appearance against VMI

2013: Played in 10 games, earning two starts ... One of six true freshman to earn playing time ... Totaled 13 tackles, 0.5 for a loss, one interception and a pass breakup ... Recorded two tackles in the win over Albany ... Totaled two tackles at Rhode Island ... Picked up a tackle and a quarterback hurry at James Madison ... Tallied three tackles against Maine ... Recorded a tackle and one pass breakup in his first collegiate start against Liberty ... Totaled three tackles and a quarterback hurry at Gardner-Webb ... Recorded 0.5 tackle for a loss at NC State ... In his collegiate debut, grabbed his first career interception in the season opener against VMI High School: Three-year letterman and starter on the defensive line and at tight end ... Named All-Conference and All-Area honors during his senior season, earning a spot on the All-State ballot ... Team captain ... Also lettered in track and wrestling, earning All-Conference honors in both ... Qualified for the state finals in both shot put and discus two times, placing third in the state in the discus in 2011 ... Scholar Athlete Personal: Son of Darren and Laura Craig ... Has a brother, Bryce ... Volunteer at the Boys and Girls Club

High School: Three-star recruit by ESPN.com ... Two-star recruit by Rivals.com ... Rated the 40th-best player in Virginia by ESPN ... Standout at both wide receiver and defensive back ... Started three seasons at wide receiver and free safety ... First-Team All-State as a senior ... Second-Team All-State as a junior ... District Player of the Year as a defensive back in 2012 ... Four-time All-Region ... Four-time All-District ... Two-Time All-Metro ... Helped Hermitage to Central Region championships in 2010 and 2011 and a state runner-up finish in 2010 Personal: Son of Tammy Smith and Rodney Brown

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11 DIGGS SR. • WR • 6-4/200• DENDRON, VA

4 FISHER R-SR. • RB • 6-2/232 • SALEM, VA

2015: Preseason All-CAA … Second-Team Preseason All-American by USA College Football

2015: Preseason All-CAA … First-Team Preseason All-American by STATS … First-Team Preseason All-American by USA College Football

2014: Earned All-CAA Second-Team honors ... Second-Team VaSID AllState ... Placed on the First-Team All-CAA by College Sports Madness ... Appeared in all 14 games, earning 10 starts ... Led the team with 85 receptions, 1,157 receiving yards and seven touchdown catches ... His 85 receptions rank second all-time ... His 1,157 receiving yards rank third all-time ... Picked up 140 yards receiving off of eight catches at Coastal Carolina ... Led the team with 132 yards off eight catches and two touchdowns for his second 100-yard game against Morgan State ... Collected 53 yards on seven catches and two touchdowns in the win at William & Mary ... Caught five passes to total 97 yards with a long of 34 against James Madison ... Led the team with a game-high 87 yards on eight receptions and a touchdown at Maine ... Picked up 80 yards off four catches in the win against No. 3 Villanova ... Collected a game-high 93 yards off seven catches in the win at Elon ... Led the team with 78 yards off six catches and a touchdown in the win against Rhode Island ... Caught eight passes for a total of 75 yards and a touchdown in the win at Albany ... Totaled 82 yards on nine catches in the win at Liberty ... Picked up 62 yards off six catches against No. 7 New Hampshire ... Collected 52 yards off three catches in the win over Hampton ... Totaled 80 yards off four catches at Virginia ... Caught two passes for a total of 46 yards in the season opener against Morehead State 2013: Appeared in 12 games, making two starts ... Finished with 380 yards and a touchdown on 30 receptions ... Tallied 59 yards off and a touchdown off six catches in the win at Delaware ... Caught two passes that totaled 36 yards in the win at Stony Brook ... Picked up 41 yards off two catches in the win against Albany ... Recorded 51 yards off of six catches against No. 6 Towson ... Snagged two catches for 39 yards at Rhode Island ... Had a career day at James Madison, catching eight passes for 136 yards with a long of 37 yards ... Caught four catches for 18 yards in the season opener against VMI 2012: Appeared in 10 games as a true freshman ... Totaled 10 receptions for 104 yards on the season ... Caught three passes for 37 yards in win at VMI ... One reception for 20 yards in win at Villanova ... One catch for 15 yards in win over Rhode Island ... Caught one pass for seven yards in victory over Gardner-Webb ... Made first career catch for nine yards at Virginia ... One catch for six yards in victory over Delaware ... One reception for five yards against No. 4 Old Dominion and at No. 12/13 New Hampshire High School: Second-Team All-Region selection as a wide receiver ... First-Team All-District as both a wide receiver and a defensive back ... Also lettered in basketball and track and field ... Earned All-District and All-Region honors in basketball and was named the regional tournament player of the year ... Won the district title in the long jump Personal: Son of Reginald Diggs Sr. and Diane Hargrave

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2014: First Team All-American by The Sports Network ... Second Team All-American by Beyond Sports Network ... Earned All-CAA First-Team honors ... Second-Team VaSID All-State ... Played in 13 games, making nine starts ... Led the team in rushing with 777 yards on 170 carries with 12 touchdowns ... Caught 17 passes for 139 yards and had four receiving touchdowns on the year ... Collected 47 yards rushing off 14 attempts and two touchdowns, while catching a 22-yard TD pass in the playoff win against Morgan State ... Ran for 123 yards on 22 carries and two touchdowns in the win at William & Mary ... Led the team with a game-high 124 yards rushing on 14 attempts against James Madison ... Picked up 11 yards rushing and 16 yards receiving at Maine ... Rushed for a team-high 39 yards off 12 carries in the win against No. 3 Villanova ... Picked up 34 yards on a game-high 14 carries and a touchdown in the win at Elon ... Rushed for 54 yards on a team-high 12 carries in the win against Rhode Island ... Ran for 85 yards on 17 carries with two touchdowns in the win at Albany ... Had a career day in the win at Liberty, rushing for 132 yards off 23 carries and two touchdowns, while picking up 23 yards receiving with two touchdowns ... Led both teams with 16 carries for a total of 60 yards and two touchdowns against No. 7 New Hampshire ... Had five carries and three receptions at Virginia ... Rushed for 48 yards on eight carries with a career-long rush of 28 yards and caught two passes and a touchdown in the season opener against Morehead State 2013: Played in all 12 games, making nine starts ... Second-Team All-CAA ... Finished the season second on the team in rushing with 426 yards and three touchdowns on 90 carries in 12 games played ... Totaled 151 receiving yards off and three touchdowns on 25 catches ... Had a then-career day in the win against William & Mary, ran for 131 yard and two touchdown off 23 carries to be named the 2013 Capital Cup MVP ... Ran for 74 yards off 15 carries in the win at Delaware ... Ran 36 yards off 13 carries and caught a pass for 15 yards in the win at Stony Brook ... Set a then-career day in the win against Albany, rushing 89 yards off 18 attempts and a touchdown ... Collected 44 yards off of eight carries, while catching three passes for 13 yards against No. 6 Towson ... Tallied 27 yards off three catches, while rushing 11 yards off of two carries at Rhode Island ... Recorded a five-yard touchdown at James Madison ... Caught two passes for 11 yards against Maine ... Recorded a career-high 21 yards off two passes against Liberty ... Caught three passes for 19 yards at Gardner-Webb ... Set career highs in receptions and yards at NC State, catching four passes for 19 yards ... Ran for a then career-high 29 yards off of six carries in the 34-0 win against VMI ... Third-Team Preseason All-CAA by Phil Steele 2012: Appeared in all 11 games ... Totaled six catches for 38 yards and two touchdowns ... Also made 10 special teams tackles and forced a fumble ... Had three catches for 14 yards and a touchdown in his Spider debut against Virginia ... Two-yard touchdown reception at No. 12/13 New Hampshire ... One catch for 17 yards and two special team tackles in win over Rhode Island ... Had two special team tackles and forced a fumble in win over Gardner-Webb ... Recorded pair of special team tackles in victory at VMI ... One catch for five yards in win at Georgia State ... Had one special team tackle against No. 4 Old Dominion and in Capital Cup win at William & Mary 2011: Redshirted High School: Graduated from Salem High as the school’s all-time leader in sacks ... Finished his senior season with 96 tackles, 9.5 sacks and 12.0 tackles for loss ... Salem won back-to-back district and regional championships in 2009 (10-3) and 2010 (10-1) ... Played linebacker, tailback and was the team’s long snapper Personal: Son of Bob and Betti Fisher ... His father, Bob, played baseball at Virginia Tech ‘79

2008 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS • 11 CONFERENCE TITLES • 9 NCAA PLAYOFFS • 79 ALL-AMERICANS

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9 46 OGUNNIYI HOWARD R-JR. • LB • 6-0/231 • MIDLOTHIAN, VA SR. • DB • 6-0/193 • WALDORF, MD 2015: Team captain 2014: Appeared in all 14 games, earning 10 starts ... Second on the team with 92 tackles on the season ... Also totaled 6.0 tackles for loss, 3.0 sacks, one interception, one pass breakup, three quarterback hurries and one forced fumble ... Led the team with 12 tackles, including eight solo at Coastal Carolina ... Led the team with eight tackles against Morgan State in the first round of the playoffs ... Had eight tackles and one for loss against James Madison ... Made seven tackles at Maine ... Named CAA Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts against Villanova ... Set a career-high 18 tackles and a sack in the No. 3 Villanova win ... Picked up two tackles and a sack in the win at Elon ... Made four tackles in the win against Rhode Island ... Had eight tackles and two quarterback hurries in the win at Albany ... Made five tackles, 0.5 TFL and had the game-winning interception at Liberty ... Recorded three tackles and a quarterback hurry against No. 7 New Hampshire ... Picked up a career-high nine tackles and forced his first fumble in the win over Hampton ... Made his first-career sack and picked up two tackles at Virginia ... Picked up four tackles, a pass breakup and 0.5 TFL in the season opener against Morehead State 2013: Played in all 12 games ... Finished with 21 tackles, seven solo and a quarterback hurry ... Made three tackles and a quarterback hurry in the win over William & Mary ... Picked up four tackles in the win at Delaware ... Recorded two tackles in the win over Albany ... Set a season-high four tackles against No. 6 Towson ... Picked up a tackle against Maine ... Registered two tackles at Gardner-Webb ... Recorded three tackles in the season opener against VMI 2012: Redshirted High School: Three-year letterman at Midlothian, playing linebacker and tight end ... 2011 Virginia Preps AAA All-State Second-Team ... Second-Team Richmond Times-Dispatch All-Metro ... First-Team All-Region ... Two-time all-district honoree ... Had 70 tackles during his senior season, while catching 28 balls for 480 yards and five touchdowns ... Team captain during his senior season ... Also lettered in wrestling Personal: Son of Tyrone Howard and Michaele Bergan ... Brother, Mark, currently wrestles for the U.S. Coast Guard Academy ... Father played football at Oregon State ... National Honor Society ... Honor Roll ... Three-time academic all-district honoree

2014: Started all 14 games for the Spiders ... Tied for the team lead with three interceptions on the year ... Totaled 55 tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss and one fumble recovery on the season ... Had five tackles and one fumble recovery at Coastal Carolina ... Picked up three tackles in the playoff win against Morgan State ... Tallied his third interception of the season in the win at William & Mary ... Had four tackles and one for a loss against James Madison ... Made eight tackles at Maine ... Picked up two tackles, an interception and two break ups in the win against No. 3 Villanova ... Made four tackles in the win at Elon ... Led the team with a career-high 11 tackles and two breakups in the win at Albany ... Made four tackles and a breakup in the win at Liberty ... Picked up four tackles, a tackle for a loss and a breakup against No. 7 New Hampshire ... Made four tackles and an interception at Virginia ... Picked up three tackles in the season opener against Morehead State 2013: Played in 10 games, making four starts ... Totaled 29 tackles, 1.5 for a loss, an interception, a pass breakup and a recovered fumble ... Picked two tackles and a fumble in the win over Albany ... Had three tackles and a pass breakup against No. 6 Towson ... Totaled five tackles at James Madison ... Charted two tackles against Maine ... Registered six tackles in the win against Liberty ... Picked up a tackle for a loss at Gardner-Webb ... Totaled five tackles, 0.5 tackles for a loss and snagged his second-career interception at NC State ... Recorded four tackles in the season opener against VMI 2012: Appeared in 10 games, earning one start as a true freshman ... Totaled 25 tackles, an interception and three pass breakups ... Five tackles, including four solo, in win at Georgia State ... Also had five tackles and a pass breakup in Capital Cup win at William & Mary ... Recorded his first career interception at No. 12/13 New Hampshire ... Four tackles and two pass breakups in shutout win over Rhode Island ... Had four tackles in win over Gardner-Webb ... Two tackles against No. 4 Old Dominion ... Also had two stop in win over No. 2 James Madison ... Had one tackle against Virginia, Gardner-Webb and Delaware High School: Three-year letterman at Westlake High School ... Helped lead team to a conference championship in 2010 and a 9-1 record ... Earned Second-Team All-State and two All-SMAC conference honors as a defensive back ... Also named all-conference as a running back in 2010 ... Totaled 32 tackles, three interceptions, a forced fumble, and nine pass deflections during his senior season ... Offensively, had 632 rushing yards, 138 receiving yards, and five rushing touchdowns ... Team captain during his senior season Personal: Son of Jimmy Ogunniyi and Bridget Dimkpah

2008 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS • 11 CONFERENCE TITLES • 9 NCAA PLAYOFFS • 79 ALL-AMERICANS

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THIS IS SPIDER FOOTBALL... Richmond Reaches Second Round of 2014 FCS Playoffs Under head coach Danny Rocco, the Richmond Spiders reached the FCS Playoffs for the first time since 2009 last season. UR defeated Morgan State in the first round, 46-24, at Robins Stadium, before falling on the road at No. 6 Coastal Carolina in the second round of the playoffs. The Spiders finished the season ranked No. 16 in the nation in both major polls after posting an overall record of 9-5 and a mark of 5-3 in CAA league play. The nine victories on the year were the most for the team since 2009. The View is Nice from the Top Since 1998, no CAA Football team has captured more conference titles than Richmond. The Spiders have taken home six trophies (’98, ’00, ’05, ’07, ’09 and ‘12), two more than Delaware and Massachusetts added to their cases. After falling short on the CAA title in 2008, Richmond satisfied its thirst for dominance by becoming only the second private school ever to win the FCS National Championship, joining Furman (1988).

Out-of-Conference Domination Richmond has lost only one non-conference FCS game in the regular season since 2005, going 21-1 since then. The only setback during the stretch was a 12-10 loss at Gardner-Webb on September 14, 2013. Including the Spiders’ annual game versus an FBS opponent, Richmond’s non-conference regular-season record since 2007 is 19-7, which includes wins over Duke in both 2009 and 2011.

The Epitome of Success Over its 131 seasons, Richmond Football has become one of the most decorated and well-respected programs in FCS history. The 2008 National Champions have won 11 conference titles, appeared in nine NCAA playoffs and have featured 79 All-Americans, including Seth Fisher and Austin Gund in 2014. Many Spiders have also gone on to have success in pro football, including recent stars Kerry Wynn, Cooper Taylor, Paris Lenon, Brian Jordan, Kendall Gaskins, Tim Hightower, Justin Rogers, Lawrence Sidbury and Josh Vaughan.

Welcome to E. Claiborne Robins Stadium Named in honor of the decades of generous support that the Robins Family and Robins Foundation have given to the University, E. Claiborne Robins Stadium opened in 2010 as the new home of Spider football. Still fresh in the minds of Spider fans, the state-of-the-art facility holds 8,700, covers 67,480 feet, features a 20’ high by 35’ wide video board and contains 625,000 bricks in the architectural style of the campus. A brand new FieldTurf playing surface was also installed in the summer of 2012, the same brand turf used in all but one CAA Football stadium and 21 of 32 NFL stadiums. 8

2008 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS • 11 CONFERENCE TITLES • 9 NCAA PLAYOFFS • 79 ALL-AMERICANS

2015 SPIDER FOOTBALL MEDIA SUPPLEMENT

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               

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                                 

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       

                                 



   

       





  

 





                



                                 



   

                            



               







           





       

       



   

        



     



           















        

        







         

       

 

                          







                             

 

 

                               



      

   

                           

                       

     

                

   

 

                       





                

   



              

                       

                                                   



                                                     

              

             

     

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 

                           

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 

       

2008 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS • 11 CONFERENCE TITLES • 9 NCAA PLAYOFFS • 79 ALL-AMERICANS

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2015 SPIDER FOOTBALL MEDIA SUPPLEMENT

  

2014 DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

                                                 

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  

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 

                                                  

                                                                                                                                                                                                           

                                                  

                                                                                                     

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   

                                                  

                                                  

    

                                                  

                                                  

                                                  

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                                                  

2008 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS • 11 CONFERENCE TITLES • 9 NCAA PLAYOFFS • 79 ALL-AMERICANS

 2015 SPIDER FOOTBALL MEDIA SUPPLEMENT  

2014 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS 

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               

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             

                                               

        



                             

               







                             

  



               

  

               



               

                

               



  



 





  





                                                                                                                                               

               

               





               

  



               

                

               

               

               

               

     

               



    

               



               



               

               

               

               

               

               

               

 

               

                               

               

    





               

    

               

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               

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2008 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS • 11 CONFERENCE TITLES • 9 NCAA PLAYOFFS • 79 ALL-AMERICANS

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ALL-AMERICANS 2014

Austin Gund, OL College Sports Madness, Second Team Associated Press, Third Team Seth Fisher, FB Sports Network, First Team

2012

Cooper Taylor, DB Associated Press, First Team Walter Camp, First Team Sports Network, First Team Phil Steele, Second Team Beyond College Sports, Second Team Kendall Gaskins, FB Sports Network, Second Team Beyond College Sports, Second Team Phil Steele, Third Team Kevin Finney, TE Phil Steele, Third Team

2011

Tre Gray, WR College Sporting News Fabulous Fifty Sports Network, Second Team College Sports Madness, Second Team Associated Press, Third Team Darius McMillan, LB College Sports Madness, Second Team

2010

Martin Parker, DL Associated Press, First Team AFCA, First Team Walter Camp, First Team Sports Network, First Team College Sporting News, First Team Buck Buchanan Award Finalist Eric McBride, LB AFCA, First Team College Sporting News, First Team Associated Press, Second Team Sports Network, Second Team Buck Buchanan Award Finalist Justin Rogers, DB Associated Press, Third Team Sports Network, Third Team Kendall Gaskins, FB Sports Network, Third Team

2009

Matt McCracken, OL Associated Press, First Team AFCA, First Team Walter Camp, First Team Sports Network, First Team College Sporting News OL of the Year Justin Rogers, DB AFCA, First Team Associated Press, Third Team College Sporting News, Honorable Mention Martin Parker, DL College Sporting News, First Team Sports Network, Second Team Eric McBride, LB College Sporting News, First Team Michael Silva, OL College Sporting News, First Team Eric Ward, QB College Sporting News, Honorable Mention

2008

Lawrence Sidbury, DE Sports Network, First Team College Sporting News, First Team College Sporting News, Playoff MVP Matt McCracken, OL Sports Network, First Team Associated Press, Second Team College Sporting News, First Team College Sporting News, O-Lineman of the Year Justin Rogers, KR Sports Network, Honorable Mention College Sporting News, Honorable Mention Josh Vaughan, RB Sports Network, Third Team College Sporting News, Honorable Mention Sherman Logan, DE College Sporting News, First Team Sports Network, Honorable Mention Eric McBride, LB College Sporting News, First Team John Crone, FB Sports Network, Honorable Mention Michael Silva, OL Sports Network, Honorable Mention Tim Silver, OL Associated Press, Second Team

2007

Tim Hightower, RB Walter Camp Sports Network, First Team College Sporting News Associated Press, Second Team Dudley Award runner-up Walter Payton Award finalist Texas vs. Nation All-Star Game Justin Rogers, KR Sports Network, Third Team College Sporting News Matt McCracken, OL Sports Network, Third Team

2005

Adam Goloboski, LB Sports Xchange, Second Team

2001

Jonathan Wilfong, DL Associated Press, Second Team Sports Network, Second Team I-AA Academic All-Star Team

2000

Eric Beatty, OL NFCAA Coaches All-America Associated Press, Second Team Sports Network, Second Team Josh Spraker, DL Associated Press, Second Team

1998

Marc Megna, DL Walter Camp, First Team Sports Network, First Team Don Hansen, First Team Associated Press, Second Team Strength Team Buck Buchanan Finalist Eric King, OL Burger King, First Team Winston October, DB Sports Network, Second Team

1996

Lamont Neal, DB Don Hansen, Third Team Shawn Barber, LB Don Hansen, Hon. Mention Art Blanchard, DL Don Hansen, Hon. Mention

1994

Maurice Glenn, DB Don Hansen, Pre Second Team Uly Scott, RB Don Hansen, Pre Third Team

1992

Rod Boothes, WR/KR Associated Press, Third Team Eric Johnson, LB Associated Press, First Team The Sports Network, First Team Walter Camp, First Team Greg Lilly, QB Sports Network, Hon. Mention

1991

Eric Johnson, LB The Sports Network, First Team

1988

Tom Coles, DL Associated Press, Second Team Howard Fahnestock, OL Associated Press, Hon. Mention Brian Jordan, DB Associated Press, Hon. Mention

1987

Pat Brown, LB Associated Press, Hon Mention Howard Fahnestock, OL Associated Press, Hon. Mention Brian Jordan, DB Associated Press, Hon. Mention Erwin Matthews, RB Associated Press, Hon. Mention

1986

John Henry, TE Associated Press, Second Team Sporting News, Preseason Bob Bleier, QB Sporting News, Pre First Team Bryan Tuft, DL Sporting News, Pre First Team Don Miller, LB Sporting News, Pre First Team Rafe Wilkinson, LB Sporting News, Pre First Team

1985

Doug Hite, QB Apple Academic, First Team Randy Kienzle, LB Apple Academic, First Team Taylor Lackey, DB Sporting News, Hon. Mention Leland Melvin, WR Associated Press, Hon. Mention Apple Academic, Second Team Strength Team, First Team Don Miller, LB Strength Team, First Team

1984

Greg Grooms, RB Associated Press, Second Team Taylor Lackey, DB Sporting News, Pre First Team Eddie Martin, OT Football News, First Team Kodak, First Team Associated Press, Second Team Leland Melvin, WR Associated Press, Hon. Mention Brendan Toibin, K Associated Press, Hon. Mention

1981

Barry Redden, RB Football News, Third Team Associated Press, Hon. Mention Strength Team, First Team

1980

Jesse Moore, OG Associated Press, Hon. Mention Ken Tweedy, WR Associated Press, Hon. Mention

1978

Jeff Nixon, DB Associated Press, First Team Kodak, First Team Walter Camp, First Team AFCA, First Team FB Writers Assoc., First Team Gameplan Magazine, First Team UPress Inter., Second Team

1976

Jeff Nixon, DB Associated Press, Third Team

1969

Walker Gillette, WR Football Writers Association Associated Press, First Team Time Magazine, First Team Sporting News, First Team News Enter. Assoc., First Team

1963

Kenny Stoudt, B Associated Press, Honorable Mention

1961

Earl “Buddy” Stoudt, B Associated Press, Honorable Mention

1960

Earl “Buddy” Stoudt, B Associated Press, Honorable Mention Bob Coolbaugh, DE Associated Press, Honorable Mention

1997

Shawn Barber, LB Sports Network, First Team Burger King, First Team Marc Megna, DL Sports Network, Third Team

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ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS All-Yankee

All-Southern

1939 1940 1955 1959 1960 1961 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975

Ed Merrick Andy Fronczek Frank Pajaczkowski David Ames Pat Lamberti Earl Stoudt Bob Coolbaugh Earl Stoudt Don “Red” Christman Kenny Stoudt Pete Emelianchik John Hilton Joe Stromick Ray Tate Larry Zunich Bob Andrews Dave Delgado Walker Gillette Terry Crum Dave Delgado Walker Gillette Wayne Fowler Buster O’Brien Buzz Montsinger Mel Medved Pat Turchette Winston Whitehead Dick Irvin Walker Gillette Wayne Fowler Buzz Montsinger Mel Medved Pat Turchette Winston Whitehead Charley Richards Bruce Kasarda John Barelli Dick Irvin Jim Livesay Ray Easterling Pat Morris Brian Britton Charley Richards Bruce Kasarda John Barelli Milt Ignatius Keith Dooley Pat Kelly Keith Clark Bob Conrad Barty Smith John Nugent Ray Easterling Billy Meyers John Nugent Pat Kelly Bob Loprete Jay Jones Jim Amrhein Barty Smith Lee Pearson Vic Moye Pat Kelly Bob Loprete Mike Mahoney Ace Owens Rodney Elam Mike Copley Dick Childress

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Richmond’s Membership: 1986-1996

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James Church Jeff Olivo Bob Bleier Greg Grooms Rafe Wilkinson Brian Jordan Erwin Matthews Howard Fahnestock Pat Brown Brian Jordan Tom Coles Howard Fahnestock Tom Coles Pat Brown Brian Jordan Jeff Olivo Tom Coles Rob Courter Jeff Olivo James Smith Rob Courter Eric Johnson Eric Johnson Greg Lilly Uly Scott Rod Boothes Eric Johnson Sterling Brown Matt Joyce Scott Wenk Maurice Glenn Todd Barton Matt Joyce Maurice Glenn Price Williams Rod Boothes Art Blanchard Ray Geoffroy Maurice Glenn Bobby St. Pierre Uly Scott Bryan Leibrand Art Blanchard Winston October Art Blanchard Shawn Barber Lamont Neal Marc Megna Minoso Rodgers Steve Quander Winston October Mike White

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1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Rahmaan Streater Marc Megna Shawn Barber Steve Quander Winston October Chris Anderson Eric King Marc Megna Paris Lenon Winston October Joe Douglas Chris Anderson Jasper Pendergrass Eric Beatty Mac Jahney Eric Beatty Joe Douglas Chris Anderson Jasper Pendergrass Mac Jahney Eric Beatty Josh Spraker Michael Millard Mac Jahney TyRonne Turner Ken Farrar David Lewandoski Mark Thompson Chad Blackstock Harold Hill Josh Spraker Jonathan Wilfong Ken Farrar Chad Blackstock Jason Hill David Pustylnik Joe Wilson Adrian Archie Mark Thompson Joe Wilson Steve Boyer Mark Thompson Ramon Richison Boyd Ouden Adrian Archie Joe Wilson Clifton Coker David Freeman Adam Goloboski Lance Gray David Freeman Sherman Logan Adam Goloboski Stacy Tutt Chris Radford Judd Altman Johnny Campbell Dan Mangiero Lance Gray Johnny Campbell Adam Goloboski Arman Shields Lance Gray David Horton Tim Hightower Tim Silver Sherman Logan

2008 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS • 11 CONFERENCE TITLES • 9 NCAA PLAYOFFS • 79 ALL-AMERICANS

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ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS/ ALL-STAR GAMES All-CAA Football

Richmond’s Membership: 2007-present 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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Tim Hightower Justin Rogers Lawrence Sidbury John Crone Kevin Grayson Matt McCracken Derek Hatcher Eric McBride Stephen Howell Collin McConaghy Seth Williams Josh Vaughan Kevin Grayson Matt McCracken Lawrence Sidbury Eric McBride Justin Rogers John Crone Michael Silva Sherman Logan Derek Hatcher Collin McConaghy Michael Silva Eric McBride Collin McConaghy Matt McCracken Justin Rogers Derek Hatcher Martin Parker Kevin Grayson Justin Forte Kendall Gaskins Tre Gray Michael Ireland Drew Lachenmayer Parker Miles Eric Ward Patrick Weldon Eric McBride Justin Rogers Martin Parker Kendall Gaskins Tre Gray Wil Kamin Justin Rogers Drew Lachenmayer Tre Gray Darius McMillan Colin Pehanick Ben Edwards Kendall Gaskins Cooper Taylor Kevin Finney Justin Grant Evan Kelly Darius McMillan Stephen Barnette Darryl Hamilton Nick Ritcher Eric Wright Ben Edwards Austin Gund Stephen Barnette Seth Fisher Brandon Jordi Evan Kelly Wayne Pettus Aaron Roane Michael Strauss Eric Wright Kerry Wynn

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2014

Seth Fisher Austin Gund Evan Kelly Reggie Barnette Reggie Diggs Aaron Roane Eric Wright Peter Yoder Brian Brown Jacob Ruby Michael Strauss Justin Williamson

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Coach of the Year

Ed Merrick Frank Jones Frank Jones Frank Jones Jim Tait Dal Shealy Jim Marshall Jim Reid Jim Reid Dave Clawson Dave Clawson

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1961 (Southern Conference) 1968 (Southern Conference)

Off. Player of the Year

Greg Lilly

Def. Player of the Year

James Smith Shawn Barber Marc Megna

Special Teams P.O.Y.

Justin Rogers

1992

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Rookie of the Year (Defensive) 2005

Sherman Logan Eric Ward Eric McBride Kevin Grayson

Mobile, Ala. Lawrence Sidbury, DE (2008) Shawn Barber, LB (1998) Barry Redden, RB (1981) Jeff Nixon, DB (1979) Wayne Fowler, DT (1969) John Hilton, TE (1964)

East-West Shrine Bowl

Kerry Wynn, DL (2013) -- St. Petersburg, Fla. Cooper Taylor, DB (2012) -- St. Petersburg, Fla. Martin Parker, DL (2010) -- (Def. MVP) Orlando, Fla. Lawrence Sidbury, DE (2008) -- Houston, Texas Brendan Toibin, P/PK (1985) -- Palo Alto, Calif. Barry Redden, RB (1981) -- Palo Alto, Calif. Jeff Nixon, DB (1979) -- Palo Alto, Calif. Barty Smith, RB (1974) -- Palo Alto, Calif.

Medal of Honor Bowl Charleston, S.C. Austin Gund, OL (2014)

FCS Senior Scout Bowl Myrtle Beach, S.C. Chase Boyer, LS (2012)

Casino del Sol All-Star Game

Player of the Year

Earl Stoudt Buster O’Brien

Senior Bowl

(Offensive) 2006 (Defensive) 2007 (Offensive) 2007

Tucson, Az. Tre Gray, WR (2011)

Texas vs. The Nation Game El Paso, Texas Kendall Gaskins, FB (2012) Tim Hightower, RB (2007)

Hula Bowl

Honolulu, Hawaii Marc Megna, DL (1999) Walker Gillette, WR (1969)

Blue-Gray Game Montgomery, Ala. Shawn Barber, LB (1997) John Henry, TE (1986) Bob Bleier, QB (1986) Barry Redden, RB (1981) Lee Pearson, DE (1973) Pat Kelly, LB (1973) Barty Smith, RB (1973) John Hilton, TE (1964) Arthur Jones, RB (1940)

College All-Star Game Chicago, Ill. Barty Smith, RB (1973) Walker Gillette, WR (1970) Erik Christensen, OT (1956) Frank Pajaczkowski, RB (1956) Arthur Jones, RB (1941) Ed Merrick, C (1940)

North-South Game Miami, Fla. Charlie Richards, QB (1970) Jim Livesay, WR (1970) Walker Gillette, WR (1969) Earl Stoudt, RB (1961)

Coaches All-America Game Barty Smith, RB (1974) Ray Easterling, DB (1972) Jim Livesay, WR (1971) Buster O’Brien, QB (1969)

All-American Bowl Bruce Allen, P (1978) Mark Shelton, DB (1973) Mel Rideout, QB (1962)

2008 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS • 11 CONFERENCE TITLES • 9 NCAA PLAYOFFS • 79 ALL-AMERICANS

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RUSHING RECORDS Yards Rushing

GAME Name 1. Tim Hightower 2. Barry Redden 3. Tim Hightower Cordell Roane 5. Josh Vaughan 6. Larry Zunich 7. Barry Redden 8. Barry Redden 9. Jarvis Jennings 10. Minoso Rodgers

Date 9/22/07 11/26/81 9/8/07 11/3/01 11/8/08 10/22/66 10/25/80 9/12/81 11/12/83 11/2/96

SEASON Name 1. Tim Hightower 2. Josh Vaughan 3. Barry Redden 4. Uly Scott 5. Erwin Matthews 6. Jarvis Jennings 7. Barry Redden 8. Greg Grooms 9. Justin Forte 10. Uly Scott CAREER Name 1. Tim Hightower 2. Uly Scott 3. Josh Vaughan 4. Barry Redden 5. TyRonne Turner 6. Eric Hopkins 7. Jasper Pendergrass 8. Minoso Rodgers 9. Erwin Matthews 10. Greg Grooms

Att Yds 24 295 51 280 19 246 37 246 26 240 36 239 48 233 32 223 37 221 37 216 Year 2007 2008 1981 1992 1987 1983 1980 1984 2009 1993

Years 2004-07 1991-94 2005-08 1978-81 1997-00 1987-90 1995-98 1993-96 1985-89 1983-86

TD Opponent 4 at Bucknell 2 Pennsylvania 4 at Northeastern 2 Hofstra 2 at Hofstra 2 Davidson 1 Virginia Tech 1 at Virginia Tech 1 at Colgate 0 at N. Hampshire Att Yds TD 327 1,924 20 355 1,884 20 335 1,629 10 299 1,318 13 253 1,234 11 221 1,163 5 247 1,151 10 202 1,085 13 228 1,057 8 234 1,025 4 Att 704 807 612 707 565 528 572 527 464 448

Yds 3,712 3,520 3,393 3,324 2,603 2,318 2,304 2,209 2,197 2,194

TD 34 29 34 21 21 8 18 17 16 18

Rushing Touchdowns

GAME Name 1. Jimmie Miles Henry Dohrman 3. Tyler Kirchoff Tim Hightower Tim Hightower Jimmie Miles Erwin Matthews Earl Stoudt W.T. Jeffers William Ziegler Pierce Simpson

Date No. Opponent 11/21/98 5 William & Mary 10/20/28 5 at Lynchburg 10/2/10 4 Coastal Carolina 9/8/07 4 at Bucknell 9/22/07 4 at Northeastern 9/4/99 4 Virginia Military 9/19/87 4 Massachusetts 11/23/61 4 William & Mary 10/20/45 4 at Guilford 11/25/20 4 Randolph-Macon 11/24/17 4 Randolph-Macon

SEASON Name 1. Josh Vaughan Tim Hightower 3. Kendall Gaskins Uly Scott Greg Grooms Barty Smith 7. Seth Fisher Stacy Tutt Jimmie Miles 10. Jimmie Miles Erwin Matthews Danny Holly

Year No. 2008 20 2007 20 2012 13 1992 13 1984 13 1973 13 2014 12 2005 12 1998 12 1999 11 1987 11 1985 11

CAREER Name 1. Kendall Gaskins Josh Vaughan Tim Hightower 3. Uly Scott 4. Stacy Tutt 5. Jimmie Miles 6. Eric Ward 7. Kendall Gaskins TyRonne Turner Barry Redden

Years No. 2009-12 34 2005-08 34 2004-07 34 1991-94 29 2002-05 24 1996-99 24 2006-09 22 2009-12 21 1997-00 21 1978-81 21

Name 1. Frank Pajaczkowski Nevitt Sanford 3. Tim Hightower 4. Jack Wilbourne 5. Jack Wilbourne 6. Curtis Jefferson 7. Charlie Suttenfield 8. Frank Pajaczkowski Victor Chaltain Nevitt Sanford Nevitt Sanford Doug Gunter

Longest Rush

Date Yds Opponent 10/1/55 93 at Virginia Military 10/20/28 93 at Elon 9/8/07 90 at Northeastern 11/14/42 88 at Hampden-Sydney 9/20/47 85 Randolph-Macon 11/19/88 84 William & Mary 10/7/44 81 Virginia Military 10/9/54 80 at The Citadel 11/26/31 80 William & Mary 10/6/28 80 Johns Hopkins 11/5/27 80 at Lynchburg 10/23/26 80 at Randolph-Macon

GAME Name 1. Barry Redden 2. Barry Redden 3. Barry Redden Barry Redden 5. Josh Vaughan 6. Jarvis Jennings 7. Tim Hightower Cordell Roane Minoso Rodgers Jarvis Jennings

Attempts Date No. Opponent 11/26/81 51 Pennsylvania 10/25/80 48 Virginia Tech 9/19/81 43 at Arkansas State 11/1/80 43 Cincinnati 11/15/08 40 Delaware 10/29/83 38 Virginia Military 9/30/06 37 Northeastern 11/3/01 37 Hofstra 11/2/96 37 at New Hampshire 11/12/83 37 at Colgate

SEASON Name 1. Josh Vaughan 2. Barry Redden 3. Tim Hightower 4. Uly Scott 5. Erwin Matthews 6. Barry Redden 7. Minoso Rodgers 8. Uly Scott 9. Justin Forte 10. Jarvis Jennings

Year No. 2008 355 1981 335 2007 327 1992 299 1987 253 1980 247 1996 239 1993 234 2009 228 1983 221

CAREER Name 1. Uly Scott 2. Barry Redden 3. Tim Hightower 4. Josh Vaughan 5. Jasper Pendergrass 6. TyRonne Turner 7. Eric Hopkins 8. Minoso Rodgers 9. Erwin Matthews 10. Kendall Gaskins Barty Smith

Years No. 1991-94 807 1978-81 707 2004-07 704 2005-08 612 1995-98 572 1997-00 565 1987-90 528 1993-96 527 1985-88 464 2009-12 452 1971-73 452

100-Yard Rushing Performances Name Seth Fisher Seth Fisher Seth Fisher Jacobi Green Seth Fisher Jacobi Green Kendall Gaskins John Laub Kendall Gaskins Tyler Kirchoff Tyler Kirchoff Jovan Smith Eric Ward Justin Forte Justin Forte Justin Forte Josh Vaughan Josh Vaughan Josh Vaughan Josh Vaughan Josh Vaughan Josh Vaughan Josh Vaughan Josh Vaughan Josh Vaughan Josh Vaughan Tim Hightower Josh Vaughan Tim Hightower Tim Hightower Tim Hightower Tim Hightower Tim Hightower Tim Hightower Tim Hightower Josh Vaughan Tim Hightower Josh Vaughn Josh Vaughn Tim Hightower Tim Hightower Justin Forte Stacy Tutt David Freeman Tim Hightower Stacy Tutt Tim Hightower Stacy Tutt Tim Hightower David Freeman David Freeman David Freeman Stacy Tutt David Freeman Kenny Dantzler Sean Gustus Cordell Roane Cordell Roane Cordell Roane Sean Gustus D’Arcy Wills

(By Date • Since 1977) Date Att-Yds Opponent 11/22/14 22-123 at William & Mary 11/15/14 14-124 James Madison 10/4/14 23-132 at Liberty 9/13/14 14-125 Hampton 11/23/13 23-131 William & Mary 9/21/13 24-181 Liberty 10/20/12 21-106 James Madison 10/13/12 17-103 at New Hampshire 10/23/10 16-100 Towson 10/9/10 17-108 at New Hampshire 10/2/10 24-126 Coastal Carolina 9/25/10 10-102 Delaware 11/28/09 10-136 Elon 10/31/09 22-121 at Towson 10/24/09 26-118 Massachusetts 9/26/09 21-152 VMI 12/19/08 23-162 Montana 12/6/08 32-133 at Appalachian State 11/22/08 30-134 at William & Mary 11/15/08 40-156 Delaware 11/8/08 26-240 at Hofstra 10/25/08 24-157 Georgetown 10/18/08 21-156 at Massachusetts 10/4/08 16-123 at VMI 9/13/08 20-103 Towson 8/30/08 16-119 at Elon 11/24/07 31-180 Eastern Kentucky 11/17/07 28-132 William & Mary 11/10/07 29-113 at Delaware 11/3/07 36-187 Villanova 10/27/07 28-103 at James Madison 10/13/07 19-101 Stony Brook 10/6/07 26-120 at Towson 9/29/07 22-168 New Hampshire 9/22/07 24-295 at Bucknell 9/8/07 15-110 at Northeastern 9/8/07 19-246 at Northeastern 11/18/06 15-108 at William & Mary 10/21/06 8-110 Delaware 9/30/06 37-149 Northeastern 9/16/06 9-106 VMI 9/16/06 24-144 VMI 12/3/05 18-102 vs. Furman 11/26/05 21-117 at Hampton 11/19/05 20-111 vs. William & Mary 11/12/05 9-144 at Towson 11/5/05 20-103 vs. VMI 11/5/05 10-104 vs. VMI 10/29/05 20-119 at James Madison 9/10/05 18-116 at Lafayette 10/9/04 22-104 vs. Maine 9/25/04 32-201 vs. Lafayette 9/18/04 18-117 at Massachusetts 9/11/04 16-130 at VMI 10/26/02 21-138 at Rhode Island 11/23/01 24-168 at UMass 11/3/01 37-246 Hofstra 10/27/01 22-111 Rhode Island 10/13/01 33-128 at James Madison 11/4/00 32-128 at Rhode Island 10/28/00 20-151 at Villanova

Scott Fulton TyRonne Turner J.R. Purnell Sean Gustus Sean Gustus Jimmie Miles Jimmie Miles TyRonne Turner Ron Patterson TyRonne Turner Jimmie Miles Jimmie Miles Jasper Pendergrass Jasper Pendergrass Jasper Pendergrass TyRonne Turner Jasper Pendergrass TyRonne Turner Jasper Pendergrass Jasper Pendergrass Minoso Rodgers Minoso Rodgers Minoso Rodgers Jasper Pendergrass Minoso Rodgers Minoso Rodgers Minoso Rodgers Jason Gabrels Minoso Rodgers Uly Scott Uly Scott Uly Scott Uly Scott Uly Scott Uly Scott Uly Scott Uly Scott Uly Scott Uly Scott Uly Scott Uly Scott Uly Scott Uly Scott Uly Scott Uly Scott Uly Scott Karl Johnson Vidal Adams Eric Hopkins Eric Hopkins Eric Hopkins Curtis Jefferson Sam Yaffa Austin Neuhoff Eric Hopkins Erwin Matthews Erwin Matthews Erwin Matthews Eric Hopkins Eric Hopkins Erwin Matthews T.J. Morgan Erwin Matthews Erwin Matthews Erwin Matthews Greg Grooms Greg Grooms Danny Holly Walter Wholey David Bayer David Bayer Buddy Grooms Greg Grooms David Bayer David Bayer Greg Grooms Greg Grooms Greg Grooms Greg Grooms Jarvis Jennings Jarvis Jennings Jarvis Jennings Jarvis Jennings Jarvis Jennings Barry Redden Barry Redden Barry Redden Barry Redden Barry Redden Barry Redden Jarvis Jennings Barry Redden Barry Redden Barry Redden Barry Redden Barry Redden Barry Redden Barry Redden Barry Redden Barry Redden Barry Redden Reggie Evans Jesse Williams Barry Redden Jesse Williams Buster Jackson Buster Jackson Tim Thacker

10/28/00 10/21/00 10/14/00 9/30/00 9/16/00 10/16/99 10/9/99 10/2/99 9/25/99 9/4/99 11/21/98 11/14/98 11/14/98 11/7/98 10/17/98 10/10/98 10/3/98 9/26/98 9/20/97 8/30/97 11/2/96 10/19/96 10/12/96 9/28/96 10/28/95 9/30/95 9/9/95 9/9/95 9/2/95 11/23/94 10/29/94 10/8/94 11/20/93 10/2/93 9/25/93 9/11/93 11/21/92 11/7/92 10/31/92 10/24/92 10/17/92 10/10/92 9/26/92 9/12/92 11/2/91 10/26/91 10/5/91 9/14/91 9/29/90 11/23/89 11/18/89 11/19/88 11/19/88 11/5/88 10/8/88 9/24/88 11/21/87 10/29/87 10/24/87 10/17/87 10/3/87 9/26/87 9/26/87 9/19/87 9/5/87 10/18/86 9/20/86 11/2/85 10/5/85 9/7/85 12/1/84 11/24/84 11/17/84 11/17/84 11/3/84 10/13/84 10/6/84 9/22/84 9/15/84 11/12/83 11/5/83 10/29/83 10/15/83 10/30/82 11/26/81 11/21/81 11/14/81 11/7/81 10/17/81 10/10/81 10/3/81 9/26/81 9/19/81 9/12/81 9/5/81 11/22/80 11/15/80 11/1/80 10/25/80 10/18/80 10/11/80 9/27/80 11/17/79 10/24/79 10/21/78 11/19/77 11/5/77 9/21/77

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25-100 20-170 9-101 17-135 20-119 27-109 27-152 9-103 33-186 11-100 23-179 14-105 21-110 23-151 28-110 19-174 20-105 21-110 14-105 23-106 37-216 27-156 32-109 16-120 24-141 26-133 33-127 25-120 34-193 13-101 20-112 16-111 31-162 29-174 14-112 29-155 32-118 33-133 30-146 19-119 25-148 28-111 23-121 23-198 25-143 17-113 24-112 24-112 13-105 26-139 30-127 17-189 19-122 24-101 21-121 23-109 21-116 22-206 18-159 32-106 29-138 11-101 34-115 34-159 25-101 16-178 14-105 21-100 20-146 22-128 32-139 21-109 19-121 19-119 12-102 28-202 27-171 21-104 25-165 37-221 28-128 38-185 30-199 20-139 51-280 34-158 33-151 32-174 30-142 34-114 24-142 20-118 43-169 32-223 26-100 32-191 29-138 43-197 48-233 32-173 14-101 29-137 23-100 20-137 25-120 21-125 20-101 18-107

at Villanova Maine at New Hampshire at Arkansas State Massachusetts at Hofstra Rhode Island at Delaware New Hampshire VMI William & Mary Delaware Delaware at Villanova at Maine at New Hampshire James Madison at Pennsylvania VMI at Massachusetts at New Hampshire James Madison Delaware at Boston University at James Madison Boston University at Massachusetts at Massachusetts VMI William & Mary James Madison Maine at William & Mary Northeastern Villanova at James Madison William & Mary Massachusetts at Connecticut VMI at Boston University New Hampshire at Rhode Island James Madison Connecticut at James Madison at Maine Rhode Island Maine VMI at William & Mary William & Mary William & Mary Massachusetts New Hampshire Delaware at William & Mary at Boston University Rhode Island at Maine Connecticut at Delaware at Delaware Massachusetts at New Hampshire VMI at Connecticut at Boston University James Madison at Virginia Tech at Rhode Island Boston University William & Mary William & Mary Colgate at Massachusetts Wake Forest at Virginia Tech Maine at Colgate James Madison at VMI Central Florida Rutgers Pennsylvania at William & Mary Wake Forest at VMI at Cincinnati East Carolina James Madison Southern Mississippi at Arkansas State at Virginia Tech at NC State William & Mary at S. Mississippi Cincinnati Virginia Tech VMI East Carolina at West Virginia at William & Mary at Cincinnati East Carolina at William & Mary Furman Appalachian State

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PASSING RECORDS Date 11/16/13 12/27/68 10/12/13 12/6/14 9/26/09 9/13/86 10/22/05 11/14/92 9/20/69 11/16/68

SEASON Name 1. Michael Strauss 2. Michael Strauss 3. Eric Ward 4. Greg Lilly 5. Aaron Corp 6. Charlie Richards 7. Bob Bleier 8. Eric Ward 9. Eric Ward 10. Stacy Tutt

Year 2013 2014 2008 1992 2011 1969 1986 2009 2007 2005

Att 509 362 359 275 388 356 348 331 353 297

Cmp Pct 333 .654 240 .663 230 .641 162 .589 247 .637 175 .492 195 .560 206 .622 216 .612 170 .572

Yds 3,808 2,876 2,808 2,704 2,682 2,556 2,475 2,396 2,341 2,219

CAREER Name 1. Eric Ward 2. Bob Bleier 3. Michael Strauss 4. Greg Lilly 5. Stacy Tutt 6. Charlie Richards 7. Buster O’Brien 8. Jimmie Miles 9. Harry Knight 10. Aaron Corp

Years 2006-09 1983-86 2012-14 1990-93 2002-05 1968-70 1966-68 1996-99 1972-74 2010-11

Att 1264 1169 1,065 855 754 641 688 597 551 511

Cmp Pct 784 .620 672 .575 698 .655 485 .566 433 .574 312 .471 349 .507 301 .504 253 .459 314 .614

TD 61 54 57 37 36 37 34 34 25 20

GAME Name 1. Michael Strauss 2. Buster O’Brien 3. Michael Strauss 4. Aaron Corp Stacy Tutt 6. Michael Rocco Michael Strauss Charlie Richards Charlie Richards 10. Michael Strauss Bob Bleier

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Yards Passing

GAME Name 1. Michael Strauss 2. Buster O’Brien 3. Michael Strauss 4. Michael Strauss 5. Eric Ward 6. Bob Bleier 7. Stacy Tutt 8. Greg Lilly 9. Charlie Richards 10. Buster O’Brien

Att Cmp 35 46 58 39 41 64 53 27 39 28 41 27 50 32 34 21 47 26 34 21

Yds 543 447 423 402 394 389 376 374 373 366

TD Opponent 5 at Delaware 4 vs. Ohio 2 at James Madison 2 at Coastal Carolina 3 vs. VMI 2 at UMass. 4 Hofstra 1 Delaware 0 at Miss. St. 3 at So. Miss. TD 26 22 17 19 17 21 18 16 17 16 Yds 8,969 8,057 7,853 6,703 5,318 4,473 4,424 3,886 3,465 3,327

Attempts Date Att Opponent 10/12/13 64 at James Madison 12/27/68 58 vs. Ohio 12/6/14 53 at Coastal Carolina 9/24/11 50 New Hampshire 10/22/05 50 Hofstra 11/8/14 47 at Maine 10/4/14 47 at Liberty 9/20/69 47 at Mississippi State 11/15/69 47 at West Virginia 11/16/13 46 at Delaware 10/26/85 46 at Rutgers

SEASON Name 1. Michael Strauss 2. Aaron Corp 3. Michael Strauss 4. Eric Ward 5. Charlie Richards 6. Eric Ward 7. Eric Ward 8. Bob Bleier 9. Stacy Tutt 10. Bob Bleier

Year Att 2013 509 2011 388 2014 362 2008 359 1969 356 2007 353 2009 331 1986 348 2004 325 1985 301

CAREER Name 1. Eric Ward 2. Bob Bleier 3. Michael Strauss 4. Greg Lilly 5. Stacy Tutt 6. Buster O’Brien 7. Charlie Richards 8. Jimmie Miles 9. Harry Knight 10. Aaron Corp Mel Rideout

Years Att 2006-09 1,264 1983-86 1,169 2012-14 1,065 1990-93 855 2002-05 754 1966-68 688 1968-70 641 1996-99 597 1972-74 551 2010-11 511 1960-62 511

Completions

GAME Name 1. Michael Strauss 2. Buster O’Brien 3. Michael Strauss Aaron Corp 5. Michael Strauss 6. Aaron Corp Stacy Tutt 8. Michael Strauss Aaron Corp 10. Michael Strauss Michael Strauss Michael Strauss Bob Bleier

Longest Pass Play

Date Comp Opponent 10/12/13 41 at James Madison 12/27/68 39 vs. Ohio* 11/16/13 35 at Delaware 9/24/11 35 New Hampshire 10/4/14 34 at Liberty 10/22/11 32 Maine 10/22/05 32 Hofstra 9/28/13 31 Maine 10/8/11 31 at Towson 11/22/14 29 at William & Mary 9/7/13 29 at N.C. State 11/17/12 29 at William & Mary 10/26/85 29 at Rutgers

SEASON Name Year 1. Michael Strauss 2013 2. Aaron Corp 2011 3. Michael Strauss 2014 4. Eric Ward 2008 5. Eric Ward 2007 6. Eric Ward 2009 7. Bob Bleier 1986 8. Stacy Tutt 2004 9. Bob Bleier 1985 10. Charlie Richards 1969 CAREER Name 1. Eric Ward 2. Michael Strauss 3. Bob Bleier 4. Greg Lilly 5. Stacy Tutt 6. Buster O’Brien 7. Aaron Corp 8. Charlie Richards 9. Jimmie Miles 10. Harry Knight

Comp 333 247 240 230 216 206 195 189 186 175

Years Comp 2006-09 784 2012-14 698 1983-86 672 1990-93 485 2002-05 433 1966-68 349 2010-11 314 1968-70 312 1996-99 301 1972-74 253

Quarterback / Receiver 1. Charlie Richards / Jim Livesay 2. Eric Ward / Jordan Mitchell Joe Elrod / Antoine Lee 4. Buster O’Brien / Walker Gillette 5. Greg Lilly / Rod Boothes 6. Chad Grier / Marvin Hargrove 7. Eric Ward / Kevin Grayson D’Arcy Wills / Boyd Ouden Steve Krainock / Kevin Jackson 9. Stacy Tutt / Josh Vaughan 10. Greg Lilly / Rod Boothes

Game Season Career

Game Season Career

5 18 56

Date 11/21/70 9/20/08 9/17/94 10/28/67 9/12/92 9/26/87 8/30/08 10/26/02 9/19/81 9/17/05 9/19/92

Yds 88 87 87 83 82 81 80 80 80 79 78

Opponent William & Mary Maine at UConn at Virginia Tech James Madison at Delaware at Elon Rhode Island at Arkansas State at Maine at Villanova

Ronnie Smith at Syracuse Bob Bleier Bob Bleier

11/16/63 1986 1983-86

Interceptions

Completion Percentage 91.2 66.3 65.4 64.4 63.7 65.5 62.0 61.4 57.5

Aaron Corp (31-of-34) at Towson Michael Strauss (240-of-362) Michael Strauss (333-of-509) Michael Strauss (125-of-194) Aaron Corp (248-of-388) Michael Strauss (698-of-1,065) Eric Ward (784-of-1264) Aaron Corp (314-of-511) Bob Bleier (672-of-1169)

10/8/11 2014 2013 2012 2011 2012-14 2006-09 2010-11 1983-1986

Touchdowns Thrown

GAME Name 1. Michael Strauss Michael Strauss Greg Lilly 4. Michael Strauss Michael Strauss Eric Ward Eric Ward Stacy Tutt Stacy Tutt Buster O’Brien Buster O’Brien John Thomas

Date 11/16/13 11/9/13 9/12/92 11/29/14 10/20/12 9/19/09 11/10/07 10/22/05 9/11/04 12/27/68 10/19/68 11/11/50

No. Opponent 5 at Delaware 5 at Stony Brook 5 James Madison 4 Morgan State 4 James Madison 4 vs. Hofstra 4 at Delaware 4 Hofstra 4 at VMI 4 vs. Ohio 4 Furman 4 at Virginia Tech

SEASON Name 1. Michael Strauss 2. Michael Strauss 3. Charlie Richards Buster O’Brien 5. Jimmie Miles Greg Lilly 7. Bob Bleier Bob Bleier 9. Aaron Corp Eric Ward Eric Ward

Year No. 2013 26 2014 22 1969 21 1968 21 1999 19 1992 19 1986 18 1985 18 2011 17 2008 17 2007 17

CAREER Name 1. Eric Ward 2. Michael Strauss 3. Bob Bleier 4. Greg Lilly Charlie Richards 6. Stacy Tutt 7. Jimmie Miles Buster O’Brien 9. Harry Knight 10. Aaron Corp Steve Krainock

Years No. 2006-09 61 2012-14 57 1983-86 54 1990-93 37 1968-70 37 2002-05 36 1996-99 34 1966-68 34 1972-74 25 2010-11 20 1980-81 20

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RECEIVING RECORDS GAME Name 1. Walker Gillette 2. Walker Gillette 3. John Henry 4. Leland Melvin 5. Walker Gillette 6. Rod Boothes 7. Tre Gray 8. Rod Boothes 9. Aubrey Rosser 10. Ben Edwards

Reception Yardage Date 9/20/69 12/27/68 9/13/86 9/1/84 10/19/68 9/12/92 9/24/11 11/14/92 11/24/49 9/29/12

SEASON Name 1. Stephen Barnette 2. Tre Gray 3. Reggie Diggs 4. Rod Boothes 5. Walker Gillette 6. Brian Brown 7. Kevin Grayson 8. Leland Melvin 9. James Church 10. Walker Gillette

Year 2013 2011 2014 1992 1969 2014 2007 1985 1986 1968

CAREER Name 1. Tre Gray 2. Stephen Barnette 3. Leland Melvin 4. Walker Gillette 5. Kevin Grayson 6. Ben Edwards 7. Sterling Brown 8. Muneer Moore 9. Dwaune Jones 10. Arman Shields

GAME Name 1. Walker Gillette 2. Tre Gray Walker Gillette 4. Ben Edwards Arman Shields 6. Ben Edwards Ben Edwards Ben Edwards Harry Wilson John Henry

Rec TD 16 0 20 1 13 0 10 1 5 3 5 2 16 0 7 1 7 1 11 1

Years 2008-11 2010-14 1982-85 1967-69 2007-10 2010-13 1989-92 1996-99 1996-99 2003-07

Yds 264 242 214 208 198 197 194 190 188 182

Opponent at Mississippi St. vs. Ohio at Massachusetts at J. Madison Furman James Madison New Hampshire Delaware Wash. & Lee Old Dominion

Rec TD 76 5 95 4 85 7 47 10 57 11 79 4 68 7 65 8 67 3 50 8

Yds 1,189 1,187 1,157 1,115 1,090 1,089 970 956 951 857

Rec TD 243 14 197 17 198 16 158 22 196 13 208 15 144 8 144 12 148 15 160 13

Yds 3,101 2,844 2,669 2,649 2,558 2,202 2,104 2,045 2,027 1,930

Receptions Date No. Opponent 12/27/68 20 vs. Ohio 9/24/11 16 New Hampshire 9/20/69 16 at Mississippi State 9/28/13 14 Maine 10/22/05 14 Hofstra 11/9/13 13 at Stony Brook 10/12/13 13 at James Madison 11/17/12 13 at William & Mary 10/9/04 13 Maine 9/13/86 13 at Massachusetts

SEASON Name 1. Tre Gray 2. Reggie Diggs 3. Ben Edwards 4. Brian Brown 5. Stephen Barnette 6. Ben Edwards 7. Kevin Grayson 8. James Church 9. Leland Melvin 10. Arman Shields

Year No. 2011 95 2014 85 2012 80 2014 79 2013 76 2013 74 2007 68 1986 67 1985 65 2005 62

CAREER Name 1. Tre Gray 2. Ben Edwards 3. Leland Melvin 4. Stephen Barnette 5. Kevin Grayson 6. Arman Shields 7. Walker Gillette 8. Dwaune Jones 9. Rashad Ponder Muneer Moore Sterling Brown

Years No. 2008-11 243 2010-13 208 1982-85 198 2010-14 197 2007-10 196 2003-07 160 1967-69 158 1996-99 148 2011-14 144 1996-99 144 1989-92 144

GAME Name 1. Kevin Finney Jerry Haynes Walker Gillette Walker Gillette Walker Gillette

Touchdown Receptions Date No. Opponent 10/20/12 3 James Madison 10/24/70 3 East Carolina 11/1/69 3 The Citadel 11/23/68 3 William & Mary 10/19/68 3 Furman

SEASON Name 1. Walker Gillette 2. Rod Boothes 3. Dwaune Jones 4. Walker Gillette Leland Melvin 6. Reggie Diggs Kevin Grayson Boyd Ouden Muneer Moore Jerry Haynes

Year No. 1969 11 1992 10 1999 9 1968 8 1985 8 2014 7 2007 7 2002 7 1999 7 1970 7

CAREER Name 1. Walker Gillette 2. Rod Boothes 3. Stephen Barnette Jim Livesay 5. Boyd Ouden Leland Melvin 7. Ben Edwards Dwaune Jones 9. Tre Gray John Hilton

Years No. 1967-69 22 1990-93 18 2010-14 17 1968-70 17 2000-03 16 1982-85 16 2010-13 15 1996-99 15 2008-11 14 1961-62, 64 14

100-Yard Receiving Performances Name Brian Brown Reggie Diggs Reggie Diggs Brian Brown Stephen Barnette Brian Brown Brian Brown Rashad Ponder Stephen Barnette Rashad Ponder Brian Brown Rashad Ponder Stephen Barnette Brian Brown Ben Edwards Stephen Barnette Stephen Barnette Reggie Diggs Stephen Barnette Ben Edwards Stephen Barnette Stephen Barnette Ben Edwards Stephen Barnette Ben Edwards Ben Edwards Tre Gray Tre Gray Tre Gray Tre Gray Tre Gray Tre Gray Donte Boston Tre Gray Kevin Grayson Jordan Mitchell Kevin Grayson Kevin Grayson Kevin Grayson Kevin Grayson Kevin Grayson Arman Shields Arman Shields Matt Hale Arman Shields Arman Shields Matt Hale Arman Shields Arman Shields Arman Shields Harry Wilson Harry Wilson Harry Wilson Boyd Ouden Stacy Tutt Boyd Ouden Boyd Ouden Boyd Ouden Ryan Tolhurst Ryan Tolhurst Ryan Tolhurst Dwaune Jones Muneer Moore

(By Date • Since 1949) Date Rec-Yds Opponent 12/6/14 8-181 at Coastal Carolina 12/6/14 8-140 at Coastal Carolina 11/29/14 8-132 Morgan State 11/1/14 8-119 Villanova 10/11/14 9-109 at Albany 10/4/14 9-125 at Liberty 9/20/14 12-139 New Hampshire 9/20/14 7-109 New Hampshire 9/6/14 10-124 at Virginia 9/6/14 8-100 at Virginia 8/30/14 5-110 Morehead State 11/16/13 9-175 at Delaware 11/16/13 8-127 at Delaware 11/16/13 3-109 at Delaware 11/9/13 13-150 at Stony Brook 11/9/13 7-115 at Stony Brook 10/26/13 11-148 Towson 10/12/13 8-136 at James Madison 9/28/13 7-132 Maine 9/28/13 14-126 Maine 9/14/13 11-174 at Gardner-Webb 10/20/12 9-144 James Madison 10/13/12 10-125 at New Hampshire 10/6/12 5-110 at Villanova 9/29/12 11-182 Old Dominion 9/15/12 11-122 at VMI 11/12/11 9-126 at Delaware 10/29/11 10-105 Massachusetts 10/22/11 12-128 Maine 10/8/11 10-141 at Towson 9/24/11 16-194 New Hampshire 9/3/11 8-129 at Duke 9/26/09 7-125 vs. VMI 9/26/09 6-112 vs. VMI 11/29/08 5-107 Eastern Kentucky 9/20/08 4-139 Maine 8/30/08 7-121 at Elon 12/7/07 7-122 at Appalachian State 11/10/07 11-111 at Delaware 9/29/07 10-111 New Hampshire 9/22/07 6-118 at Bucknell 9/1/07 12-107 at Vanderbilt 11/4/06 8-124 at Villanova 10/7/06 6-102 at New Hampshire 11/5/05 6-131 vs. VMI 10/22/05 14-147 vs. Hofstra 10/22/05 9-112 vs. Hofstra 10/15/05 9-106 vs. Delaware 10/8/05 5-100 vs. Villanova 9/24/05 8-116 at Vanderbilt 11/6/04 5-122 vs. Towson 10/9/04 13-146 vs. Maine 9/11/04 6-104 at VMI 10/18/03 8-138 New Hampshire 9/13/03 7-101 at Delaware 11/16/02 7-145 vs. Maine 9/26/02 3-116 at Rhode Island 9/7/02 7-162 vs. Delaware 9/1/01 6-117 at Virginia 10/14/00 4-149 at New Hampshire 9/16/00 3-119 Massachusetts 9/11/99 9-136 Villanova 9/12/98 9-120 Massachusetts

Dwuane Jones Jason Rydalch Rod Boothes Rod Boothes Rod Boothes Rod Boothes Rodney Bowens Sterling Brown Rod Boothes Rod Boothes Sterling Brown Price Williams Sterling Brown Curtis Jefferson Curtis Jefferson Marvin Hargrove Marvin Hargrove Marvin Hargrove James Church James Church James Church John Henry James Church Leland Melvin Leland Melvin Leland Melvin Leland Melvin Leland Melvin Leland Melvin Leland Melvin Leland Melvin Leland Melvin Leland Melvin Leland Melvin Ken Tweedy Dinky Jones Mike Mahoney Jim Livesay Jerry Haynes Jim Livesay Walker Gillette Walker Gillette Walker Gillette Walker Gillette Jim Livesay Jim Livesay Walker Gillette Walker Gillette Jim Livesay Walker Gillette Walker Gillette Jim Livesay Walker Gillette Walker Gillette Walker Gillette Dennis Phelps John Hilton Norris Aldridge John Hilton Aubrey Rosser

9/6/97 9/25/93 11/14/92 10/31/92 10/24/92 10/17/92 10/10/92 10/10/92 10/3/92 9/12/92 11/2/91 10/26/91 9/28/91 11/10/90 9/8/90 11/4/89 9/2/89 11/21/87 11/15/86 11/8/86 11/1/86 9/13/86 9/6/86 11/2/85 10/5/85 9/21/85 9/7/85 12/1/84 11/24/84 10/27/84 10/6/84 9/1/84 11/19/83 11/5/83 11/1/80 10/12/74 9/7/74 11/21/70 10/3/70 11/22/69 11/15/69 11/8/69 11/1/69 10/25/69 10/25/69 10/4/69 9/20/69 12/27/68 12/27/68 11/23/68 11/16/68 11/16/68 10/19/68 10/28/67 9/30/67 10/16/65 10/17/64 11/9/63 11/2/62 11/24/49

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9-166 4-119 7-190 6-113 3-102 7-131 7-110 6-101 5-128 5-197 7-105 5-113 10-173 9-101 9-101 9-154 8-148 4-102 11-109 8-136 10-132 13-214 7-123 5-101 4-122 7-118 9-110 10-132 6-120 8-106 11-120 10-208 9-102 8-104 9-118 6-148 11-181 4-148 6-148 9-161 6-118 2-106 9-168 7-160 6-101 9-124 16-264 20-242 10-127 8-164 4-121 6-146 5-198 4-162 9-111 7-110 9-147 7-117 8-138 7-188

at Colgate Villanova Delaware at Connecticut VMI at Boston University New Hampshire New Hampshire Maine James Madison Connecticut at James Madison VMI Delaware at Navy at Massachusetts Villanova at William & Mary Maine Virginia Tech at Georgia at Massachusetts New Hampshire at Boston University James Madison at VMI at Virginia Tech at Rhode Island Boston University VMI Wake Forest at James Madison at William & Mary James Madison Cincinnati at Ball State Villanova William & Mary at S. Mississippi at William & Mary at West Virginia Furman The Citadel at S. Mississippi at S. Mississippi Virginia Tech at Mississippi State vs. Ohio vs. Ohio William & Mary at S. Mississippi at S. Mississippi Furman at Virginia Tech VMI at Buffalo at Davidson at The Citadel at George Washington Washington & Lee

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TOTAL OFFENSE / ALL-PURPOSE RECORDS GAME Name 1. Michael Strauss 2. Buster O’Brien 3. Stacy Tutt 4. Michael Strauss 5. Cordell Roane Bob Bleier 7. Eric Ward 8. Michael Strauss 9. Aaron Corp Stacy Tutt

All-Purpose Yardage

Date Run Pass Total Opponent 11/16/13 12 543 555 at Delaware 12/27/68 39 447 486 vs. Ohio 10/22/05 74 376 450 Hofstra 10/12/13 -13 423 410 at James Madison 11/3/01 246 156 402 Hofstra 9/13/86 13 389 402 at Mass. 9/26/09 4 394 398 vs. VMI 12/6/14 -11 402 391 at Coastal Carolina 9/24/11 26 351 377 New Hampshire 11/5/05 104 273 377 VMI

SEASON Name 1. Michael Strauss 2. Eric Ward 3. Stacy Tutt 4. Michael Strauss 5. Eric Ward 6. Eric Ward 7. Charlie Richards 8. Aaron Corp 9. Greg Lilly 10. Jimmie Miles

Year 2013 2008 2005 2014 2007 2009 1969 2011 1992 1999

CAREER Name 1. Eric Ward 2. Bob Bleier 3. Michael Strauss 4. Stacy Tutt 5. Greg Lilly 6. Jimmie Miles 7. Charlie Richards 8. Buster O’Brien 9. Tim Hightower 10. Uly Scott

Years 2006-09 1983-86 2012-14 2002-05 1990-93 1996-99 1968-70 1966-68 2004-07 1991-94

GAME Name 1. Stacy Tutt 2. Michael Strauss 3. Buster O’Brien 4. Aaron Corp 5. John Laub 6. Charlie Richards 7. John Laub Charlie Richards 9. Greg Lilly Charlie Richards

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Run Pass Total -40 3,808 3,768 440 2,808 3,248 828 2,219 3,047 -51 2,876 2,825 476 2,817 2,817 360 2,396 2,756 109 2,556 2,665 -29 2,682 2,653 -87 2,704 2,617 633 1,977 2,610 Run Pass Total 1,406 8,969 10,375 -66 8,057 7,991 -88 7,853 7,765 1,554 5,318 6,872 -308 6,703 6,395 1,684 3,886 5,570 258 4,473 4,731 -122 4,424 4,302 3,712 24 3,736 3,520 51 3,571

GAME Name Date Run Rec PR KR Int Ttl Opp 1. E. Matthews 9/19/87 159 65 0 141 0 365 UMass 2. Earl Stoudt 11/23/61 194 44 25 76 18 357 W&M 3. Tim Hightower 9/22/07 295 20 0 0 0 315 Bucknell 3. Earl Stoudt 10/22/60 77 21 125 62 25 310 Dvdson SEASON Name 1. Tim Hightower 2. Josh Vaughan 3. Erwin Matthews 4. Barry Redden 5. Jarvis Jennings 6. Rod Boothes 7. Uly Scott Erwin Matthews 9. Eric Hopkins 10. Rod Boothes CAREER Name 1. Tim Hightower 2. E. Matthews 3. Uly Scott 4. Rod Boothes 5. Josh Vaughan 6. T. Turner 7. Eric Hopkins 8. Earl Stoudt 9. Barry Redden 10. Jesse Williams

Year Run Rec PR KR Int Total 2007 1,924 228 0 0 0 2,152 2008 1,884 67 0 0 0 1,951 1987 1,234 132 0 529 0 1,895 1981 1,629 107 0 0 0 1,736 1983 1,163 30 0 386 0 1,579 1992 0 1,115 0 389 0 1,504 1992 1,318 84 0 0 0 1,402 1986 551 77 0 774 0 1,402 1989 852 212 0 313 0 1,377 1993 5 566 163 640 0 1,374

Years 2004-07 1985-88 1991-94 1990-93 2005-08 1997-00 1987-90 1958-61 1978-81 1977-80

Run Rec PR KR Int Total 3,712 818 0 30 0 4,560 2,197 291 0 1,512 0 4,000 3,520 446 0 0 0 3,966 19 1,900 163 1,854 0 3,936 3,393 369 0 94 0 3,856 2,603 112 0 1,103 0 3,818 2,318 429 0 1,029 0 3,776 1,767 873 499 539 71 3,749 3,324 177 0 18 0 3,519 1,209 530 6 1,773 0 3,518

Total Plays Date 10/22/05 10/12/13 12/27/68 9/24/11 10/13/12 9/20/69 9/29/12 11/15/69 11/10/90 10/4/69

Run Pass Total Opponent 27 50 77 Hofstra 4 64 68 at JMU 7 58 65 vs. Ohio 12 50 62 New Hamp. 17 44 61 at New Hamp. 13 47 60 at Miss. St. 14 44 58 Old Dominion 11 47 58 at West Va. 20 37 57 Delaware 15 42 57 Va. Tech

SEASON Name 1. Michael Strauss 2. Eric Ward 3. Jimmie Miles 4. Stacy Tutt 5. Stacy Tutt 6. Eric Ward 7. Charlie Richards 8. Aaron Corp 9. Eric Ward 10. Bob Bleier

Year 2013 2008 1999 2005 2004 2007 1969 2011 2009 1986

Run Pass Total 55 509 564 152 359 511 186 289 475 175 297 472 141 325 466 108 353 461 99 356 455 54 388 442 103 331 434 39 348 387

CAREER Name 1. Eric Ward 2. Bob Bleier 3. Stacy Tutt 4. Michael Strauss 5. Greg Lilly 6. Jimmie Miles 7. Buster O’Brien 8. Charlie Richards 9. Uly Scott 10. Barry Redden

Year 2006-09 1983-86 2002-05 2012-14 1990-93 1996-99 1966-68 1968-70 1991-94 1978-81

Run Pass Total 420 1,644 1,684 144 1,169 1,313 443 754 1,197 94 1,065 1,159 303 855 1,158 426 597 1,023 225 688 913 226 641 867 807 4 811 707 2 709

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SCORING RECORDS GAME Name 1. Erwin Matthews 2. Jimmie Miles Henry Dohrman William Ziegler 5. Earl Stoudt 6. Seth Fisher Kendall Gaskins Tyler Kirchoff Tim Hightower Tim Hightower Tim Hightower Jimmie Miles W.T. Jeffers Pierce Simpson

Points Scored Date 9/19/87 11/21/98 11/3/28 11/25/20 11/23/61 10/4/14 9/8/12 10/2/10 9/29/07 9/22/07 9/8/07 9/4/99 10/20/45 11/24/17

Points Scored Kicking

TD EP Tot Opponent 6 0 36 Massachusetts 5 0 30 Wm. & Mary 5 0 30 Lynchburg 5 0 30 Rand.-Macon 4 2 26 Wm. & Mary 4 0 24 at Liberty 4 0 24 Gardner-Webb 4 0 24 Coastal Carolina 4 0 24 New Hampshire 4 0 24 at Bucknell 4 0 24 at Northeastern 4 0 24 Va. Military 4 0 24 at Guilford 4 0 24 Rand.-Macon

SEASON Name 1. Tim Hightower 2. Josh Vaughan 3. Andrew Howard 4. Andrew Howard 5. Seth Fisher Kendall Gaskins 7. Peter Yoder 8. Greg Grooms 9. Joseph Fore Barty Smith

Year 2007 2008 2008 2007 2014 2012 2014 1984 2005 1973

TD EP1 EP2 FG 23 0 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 59 0 17 0 58 0 15 16 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 36 0 19 15 0 0 0 0 36 0 16 14 0 0 0

Total 138 120 110 103 96 96 93 90 84 84

CAREER Name 1. Andrew Howard 2. Tim Hightower 3. Kendall Gaskins 4. Josh Vaughan 5. Doug Kirchner 6. Rob Courter 7. Uly Scott 8. Stacy Tutt 9. Brendan Toibin Earl Stoudt

Years 2006-09 2004-07 2009-12 2005-08 1999-02 1987-90 1991-94 2002-05 1983-85 1958-61

TD EP1 EP2 FG 0 195 0 55 39 0 0 0 38 0 0 0 35 0 0 0 0 91 0 33 0 65 0 41 29 0 0 0 26 0 2 0 0 70 0 30 22 16 3 2

Total 360 234 228 210 190 188 174 160 160 160

GAME Name 1. Erwin Matthews 2. Jimmie Miles Henry Dohrman William Ziegler 5. Seth Fisher Kendall Gaskins Tyler Kirchoff Tim Hightower Tim Hightower Tim Hightower Jimmie Miles Earl Stoudt W.T. Jeffers Pierce Simpson

GAME Name 1. Remington Hinshaw 2. Andrew Howard Doug Kirchner 4. Peter Yoder Brandon Jordi Brandon Jordi Wil Kamin Andrew Howard Brendan Toibin 10. Peter Yoder Andrew Howard Andrew Howard Joseph Fore Rob Courter

SEASON Name 1. Tim Hightower 2. Josh Vaughan 3. Seth Fisher Kendall Gaskins 5. Greg Grooms 6. Barty Smith 7. Uly Scott Erwin Matthews 9. Stacy Tutt Jimmie Miles Danny Holly

Year No. 2007 23 2008 20 2014 16 2012 16 1984 15 1973 14 1992 13 1987 13 2005 12 1998 12 1985 12

CAREER Name 1. Tim Hightower 2. Kendall Gaskins 3. Josh Vaughan 4. Uly Scott 5. Stacy Tutt 6. Seth Fisher Jimmie Miles 8. Eric Ward Greg Grooms 10. TyRonne Turner Erwin Matthews Barry Redden Walker Gillette Earl Stoudt

Years No. 2004-07 39 2009-12 38 2005-08 35 1991-94 29 2002-05 26 2011-pr. 24 1996-99 24 2006-09 23 1983-86 23 1997-00 22 1985-88 22 1978-81 22 1967-69 22 1958-61 22

EP1 5 5 2 4 1 1 4 4 4 3 6 2 6 3

FG Tot 4 17 3 14 4 14 3 13 4 13 4 13 3 13 3 13 3 13 3 12 2 12 6 12 2 12 3 12

Opponent at VMI Maine James Madison Rhode Island Albany at James Madison New Hampshire New Hampshire at Maine at Elon at Delaware Bucknell at Towson Villanova

SEASON Name 1. Andrew Howard 2. Andrew Howard 3. Peter Yoder 4. Joseph Fore 5. Andrew Howard 6. Brandon Jordi 7. Remington Hinshaw 8. Rob Courter 9. Andrew Howard 10. Brendan Toibin

Year 2008 2007 2014 2005 2009 2013 2012 1988 2006 1984

EP1 (Att.) 59 (61) 58 (58) 36 (38) 36 (39) 44 (46) 28 (32) 36 (42) 11 (11) 34 (34) 26 (29)

FG (Att.) 17 (27) 15 (22) 19 (27) 16 (20) 13 (22) 18 (23) 15 (22) 18 (24) 10 (13) 12 (17)

Total 110 103 93 84 83 82 81 65 64 62

CAREER Name 1. Andrew Howard 2. Rob Courter 3. Brendan Toibin 4. Doug Kirchner 5. Joseph Fore 6. Scott Schramme 7. Terry Carter Keith Clark 9. Peter Yoder 10. Remington Hinshaw Wil Kamin

Years 2006-09 1987-90 1983-85 1999-02 2002-05 1979-81 1973-75 1970-72 2013-pr. 2011-12 2009-12

EP1 (Att.) 195 (199) 65 (67) 70 (78) 72 (84) 58 (63) 49 (53) 68 (73) 56 (62) 36 (38) 39 (46) 33 (45)

FG (Att.) 55 (84) 41 (62) 30 (51) 25 (42) 22 (35) 22 (42) 11 (23) 15 (29) 19 (27) 19 (23) 19 (23)

Total 360 188 160 147 124 115 101 101 93 90 90

Touchdowns Date No. Opponent 9/19/87 6 Massachusetts 11/21/98 5 William & Mary 11/3/28 5 Lynchburg 11/25/20 5 Randolph-Macon 10/4/14 4 at Liberty 9/8/12 4 Gardner-Webb 10/2/10 4 Coastal Carolina 9/29/07 4 New Hampshire 9/22/07 4 at Bucknell 9/8/07 4 at Northeastern 9/4/99 4 Virginia Military 11/23/61 4 William & Mary 10/20/45 4 at Guilford 11/24/17 4 Randolph-Macon

Date 9/15/12 9/20/08 10/19/02 10/18/14 11/1/13 10/12/13 9/24/11 9/29/07 10/12/85 10/25/14 11/10/07 9/23/06 11/12/05 11/14/87

GAME Name 1. Andrew Howard Andrew Howard W.R Broaddus 4. Andrew Howard Rob Courter Mike Dussault 7. Andrew Howard Andrew Howard Andrew Howard Andrew Howard Andrew Howard Joseph Fore Greyson Masters Ned Ahnell Steve Adams Terry Carter Mike Bragg George Gasser

Extra Points Date No. Opponent 10/4/08 8 at VMI 9/16/06 8 VMI 11/25/20 8 Randolph-Macon 9/8/07 7 at Northeastern 9/19/87 7 Massachusetts 12/27/68 7 vs. Ohio 9/13/08 6 Towson 11/10/07 6 at Delaware 10/13/07 6 Stony Brook 9/22/07 6 at Bucknell 9/23/06 6 Bucknell 11/12/05 6 at Towson 9/2/95 6 Virginia Military 10/4/86 6 Boston University 9/30/78 6 Cincinnati 9/15/73 6 at Davidson 10/14/67 6 at Furman 10/13/43 6 Norfolk Marines

SEASON Name 1. Andrew Howard 2. Andrew Howard 3. Andrew Howard 4. Peter Yoder Remington Hinshaw Joseph Fore Terry Carter 8. Andrew Howard 9. Jeff Falkowski 10. Brendan Toibin Mike Dussault

Year 2008 2007 2009 2014 2012 2005 1973 2006 1998 1985 1969

Made (Att.) 59 (61) 58 (58) 44 (46) 36 (38) 36 (42) 36 (39) 36 (38) 34 (34) 33 (36) 31 (33) 31 (32)

CAREER Name 1. Andrew Howard 2. Doug Kirchner 3. Brendan Toibin 4. Terry Carter 5. Rob Courter 6. Mike Dussault 7. Joseph Fore 8. Keith Clark 9. Scott Schramme 10. Remington Hinshaw Frank Thompson

Years 2006-09 1999-02 1983-85 1973-75 1987-90 1968-69 2002-05 1970-72 1979-81 2011-12 1946-48

Made (Att.) 195 (199) 91 (106) 70 (78) 68 (73) 65 (67) 59 (64) 58 (63) 56 (62) 49 (53) 39 (46) 39

GAME Name 1. Brandon Jordi Brandon Jordi Remington Hinshaw 4. Peter Yoder Peter Yoder Wil Kamin Wil Kamin Andrew Howard Andrew Howard Andrew Howard Andrew Howard Todd Barton Rob Courter Rob Courter Rob Courter Brendan Toibin Scott Schramme Terry Carter

Field Goals Date 11/1/13 10/12/13 9/15/12 10/25/14 10/18/14 9/24/11 10/23/10 11/28/09 11/22/08 9/20/08 9/29/07 11/14/92 11/3/90 11/5/88 11/14/87 10/12/85 10/25/80 11/9/74

No. (Att.) 4 (5) 4 (5) 4 (5) 3 (3) 3 (4) 3 (3) 3 (3) 3 (4) 3 (4) 3 (3) 3 (4) 3 (3) 3 (3) 3 (3) 3 (3) 3 (4) 3 (4) 3 (4)

Opponent Albany at James Madison at VMI at Elon Rhode Island New Hampshire Towson vs. Elon at William & Mary Maine New Hampshire Delaware Massachusetts Massachusetts Villanova at Maine Virginia Tech East Carolina

SEASON Name 1. Peter Yoder 2. Brandon Jordi Rob Courter 4. Andrew Howard 5. Joseph Fore 6. Remington Hinshaw Andrew Howard 8. Andrew Howard Andrew Slater 10. Brendan Toibin

Year 2014 2013 1988 2008 2005 2012 2007 2009 1996 1984

No. (Att.) 19 (27) 18 (23) 18 (24) 17 (27) 16 (20) 15 (22) 15 (22) 13 (22) 13 (18) 12 (17)

CAREER Name 1. Andrew Howard 2. Rob Courter 3. Doug Kirchner 4. Brendan Toibin 5. Joseph Fore Scott Schramme 7. Peter Yoder Wil Kamin 9. Brandon Jordi 10. Remington Hinshaw

Years 2006-09 1987-90 1999-02 1983-85 2002-05 1979-81 2013-pr. 2009-12 2013 2011-12

No. (Att.) 55 (84) 41 (62) 33 (56) 30 (51) 22 (35) 22 (42) 19 (27) 19 (23) 18 (23) 17 (26)

Field Goals Attempted

Game 5 5 5 4 Season 27 Career 84

Brandon Jordi vs. Albany, 11/1/13 Brandon Jordi at James Madison, 11/1/13 Remington Hinshaw at VMI, 9/15/12 Peter Yoder vs. Rhode Island, 10/18/14 Andrew Howard vs. Elon, 11/28/09 Andrew Howard vs. William & Mary, 11/21/09 Andrew Howard at William & Mary, 11/22/08 Andrew Howard vs. New Hampshire, 9/29/07 Terry Carter vs. East Carolina, 11/9/74 Steve Adams at Wisconsin, 9/16/78 Scott Schramme vs. Virginia Tech, 10/25/80 Brendan Toibin at Maine, 10/12/85 Peter Yoder, 2014 Andrew Howard, 2008 Andrew Howard, 2006-09

Extra Points Attempted

Game Season Career

9 61 199

W.R. Broaddus vs. Randolph-Macon, 11/25/20 Andrew Howard, 2008 Andrew Howard, 2006-09

Consecutive Extra Points Made

Andrew Howard

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2006-08

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SPECIAL TEAMS RECORDS Kickoff Return Yardage

GAME Name 1. Justin Rogers 2. Justin Rogers 3. Jesse Williams 4. Justin Rogers 5. Jeremiah Hamlin 6. Cordell Roane 7. Wayne Pettus 8. Erwin Matthews 9. Rod Boothes 10. Rod Boothes Erwin Matthews

No Yds 5 222 8 217 5 215 5 201 10 192 4 189 4 159 4 156 6 152 3 141 3 141

Avg 44.4 27.1 43.0 40.2 19.2 47.3 39.8 39.0 25.3 47.0 47.0

Opponent New Hampshire at App. State at West Virginia at Vanderbilt James Madison at Delaware New Hampshire Virginia Tech at Wm. & Mary Rhode Island Massachusetts

SEASON Name 1. Justin Rogers 2. Rod Boothes 3. Erwin Matthews 4. Wayne Pettus 5. Justin Rogers 6. Eric Hopkins 7. Jesse Williams 8. Jeremiah Hamlin 9. Rod Boothes 10. Clement Johnson

Year 2007 1991 1986 2011 2008 1990 1977 2014 1992 2004

No Yds Avg 33 1,002 30.4 33 813 24.6 32 774 24.2 32 714 22.3 34 702 20.6 37 696 18.8 28 652 23.3 29 647 22.3 30 640 21.3 31 599 19.3

CAREER Name 1. Justin Rogers 2. Rod Boothes 3. Jesse Williams 4. Erwin Matthews 5. TyRonne Turner 6. Clement Johnson 7. Eric Hopkins 8. Billy Starke 9. Al Newby 10. John Armstrong

Years 2007-10 1990-93 1977-80 1985-88 1997-00 2000-04 1987-90 1981-82 1973-76 1984-85

No Yds Avg 112 2,561 22.9 82 1,854 22.6 79 1,773 22.4 67 1,512 22.6 54 1,103 20.4 52 1,076 20.7 53 1,029 19.4 44 873 19.8 42 856 20.4 32 826 25.8

GAME Name 1. Perry Schulz 2. Jeff Nixon 3. Derek Hatcher 4. Derek Hatcher Ed Elliott 6. John Armstrong 7. Earl Stoudt 8. Brian Jordan John Armstrong

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Date 9/29/07 12/7/07 9/27/80 9/1/07 11/15/14 10/2/99 9/24/11 11/8/86 11/23/91 9/14/91 9/19/87

Longest Kickoff Returns

Punt Return Yardage Date 11/29/34 9/16/78 10/13/07 9/20/08 9/17/55 11/2/85 10/22/60 9/24/88 9/14/85

No Yds -- 222 7 160 5 141 7 133 -- 133 4 126 -- 125 2 103 6 103

SEASON Name 1. Winston October 2. John Armstrong 3. Jeff Nixon 4. Derek Hatcher 5. Brian Jordan 6. Derek Hatcher 7. Winston October 8. Sean Gustus 9. Derek Hatcher Brian Jordan

Year 1998 1985 1978 2008 1988 2009 1995 1999 2007 1987

CAREER Name 1. Winston October 2. Derek Hatcher 3. Brian Jordan 4. David Ames 5. Earl Stoudt 6. John Armstrong 7. Sean Gustus 8. Mike Bixiones 9. Justin Rogers 10. Jeff Nixon

Years 1995-98 2006-09 1986-88 1955-57, 59 1958-61 1984-85 1998-01 1967-68 2007-10 1977-78

Opponent William & Mary at Wisconsin Stony Brook Maine Randolph-Macon at Boston University Davidson Delaware Massachusetts

No Yds Avg 41 539 13.1 19 391 20.5 34 342 10.1 31 334 10.8 23 333 14.5 28 286 10.2 37 284 7.7 29 279 9.6 23 276 12.0 26 276 10.6 No Yds Avg 112 1,097 9.8 82 896 10.9 60 692 11.5 36 609 16.9 49 499 10.2 33 472 14.3 39 381 9.8 45 379 8.4 26 351 6.8 35 343 9.8

Name 1. Reggie Evans Jesse Williams Ed Kreilis 4. John Armstrong 5. Tremayne Graham Rod Boothes Jesse Williams Demetri Kornegay Earl Stoudt Art D’Arrigo

Date Yds Opponent 9/15/79 100 at Virginia Military 10/7/78 100 at Villanova 10/18/75 100 Virginia Military 11/3/84 99 Colgate 11/14/09 94 at Georgetown 9/19/92 94 at Villanova 9/27/80 94 at West Virginia 10/15/77 94 at East Carolina 11/14/59 94 Furman 10/26/57 94 at Rutgers

Longest Punt Returns

Name 1. Arthur Jones 2. Derek Hatcher 3. John Armstrong 4. Walt Bolen 5. Brian Jordan Mickey Marinkov 7. Earl Stoudt Ed Elliott 9. Art D’Arrigo 10. Johnnie Ealey Winston October

Name 1. Johnnie Jones 2. Andrew Howard Scott Schramme 4. Brendan Toibin Johnnie Jones 6. Mike White 7. Brandon Jordi Andrew Howard 9. Joseph Fore Brendan Toibin

Date Yds Opponent 10/15/38 92 Virginia Military 10/17/09 90 at Maine 9/14/85 86 Massachusetts 10/10/47 85 at Maryland 9/24/88 84 Delaware 11/22/56 84 William & Mary 10/22/60 80 Davidson 9/18/53 80 Randolph-Macon 9/20/58 76 at West Virginia 9/6/86 74 New Hampshire 9/16/95 74 The Citadel

Longest Field Goals

Date Yds Opponent 10/25/75 56 at Appalachian State 11/8/08 53 at Hofstra 10/6/79 53 Arkansas State 9/3/83 52 at Southern Miss. 10/30/76 52 Chattanooga 9/6/97 49 at Colgate 11/1/13 48 Albany 11/21/09 48 William & Mary 9/20/03 47 at Furman 9/17/83 47 Toledo

Game Season Career

25 82 229

Game Season Career

8 41 112

Most Punts

Jack Dobson vs. William & Mary, 11/29/34 Mike White, 1996 Mike White, 1994-97

GAME Name 1. Brian Radford 2. Mark Philp 3. Mike Bragg 4. Mike Bragg 5. Bruce Allen 6. Kevin Wolfe 7. Joe Gulli, Jr. 8. Joe Gulli, Jr.

Punting Average Date Avg Opponent 11/8/8 52.0 at Hofstra 9/2/78 51.5 Southern Mississippi 10/30/65 51.3 The Citadel 10/14/67 50.8 at Furman 11/6/76 50.8 East Carolina 10/21/78 50.8 East Carolina 10/26/13 49.2 Towson 9/21/13 47.7 Liberty

SEASON Name 1. Kevin Wolfe 2. Bruce Allen 3. Mike Bragg 4. Bruce Allen 5. Mike Bragg 6. Mike Bragg 7. Wil Kamin 8. Arthur Jones 9. Jeff Olivo 10. Brendan Toibin

Year Avg 1978 43.9 1976 42.9 1966 42.8 1975 41.9 1965 41.7 1967 41.4 2010 41.1 1940 41.0 1988 40.8 1984 40.5

CAREER Name 1. Mike Bragg 2. Wil Kamin 3. Bruce Allen 4. Jay Jones 5. Kevin Wolfe 6. Nick Hicks 7. Chris Radford

Years Avg 1965-67 41.9 2009-12 41.1 1975-77 40.1 1971-73 39.8 1978-80 39.6 2009-12 38.7 2002-05 37.6

Name 1. Jack Dobson 2. Ron Gordon 3. Bruce Allen Arthur Jones 5. Jack Dobson 6. Mike White 7. Jeff Olivo 8. Mike Bragg Mike Bragg 10. Jeff Olivo Bruce Allen Jay Jones

Longest Punts

Date Yds Opponent 10/13/34 85 vs. Emory & Henry 11/7/64 80 at Buffalo 11/6/76 79 East Carolina 10/5/40 79 at Virginia Tech 11/24/32 78 William & Mary 11/1/97 76 Northeastern 9/2/89 74 Villanova 9/16/67 73 West Virginia 10/30/65 73 The Citadel 9/23/89 72 Virginia Military 10/18/75 72 Virginia Military 12/28/71 72 Toledo

Most Punt Returns

Jim Crenshaw vs. The Citadel, 11/11/67 Winston October, 1998 Winston October, 1995-1998

Most Punt Returns For Touchdown

Game 1 Season 2 Career 2

Game Season Career

Many players Last: Ben Edwards against VMI (34 yds), 9/17/11 John Armstrong, 1985 Derek Hatcher, 2005-09 Jonathan Mayfield, 2006-09 Arthur Jones, 1938-40 Mickey Marinkov, 1955-58 John Armstrong, 1984-85

Most Kickoff Returns

10 37 112

Jeremiah Hamlin vs. James Madison, 11/15/14 Eric Hopkins, 1990 Justin Rodgers, 2006-10

Most Kickoff Returns For Touchdown

Game 1 Season 2 Career 3

Many players Last: Justin Grant (90 yds.), at VMI, 9/15/12 Justin Rogers, 2007 Erwin Matthews, 1986 Erwin Matthews, 1986-88

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DEFENSIVE RECORDS GAME Name 1. Seth Williams Scott Burton Brian Jordan Mark Aucker Mike London Louis Wacker Marion Timberlake

Interceptions Date No. Opponent 12/6/08 3 at Appalachian State 9/28/91 3 Virginia Military 10/17/87 3 at Maine 10/18/86 3 Virginia Military 11/13/82 3 North Texas State 11/6/54 3 Wake Forest 9/28/46 3 Virginia Military

SEASON Name 1. Jeff Nixon 2. Justin Rogers Taylor Lackey Jeff Nixon 5. Winston October Mike London Bob Loprete Ray Easterling 9. Wayne Pettus Darryl Hamilton Doug Howell Ramon Richeson Maurice Glenn Scott Burton Scott Burton James Smith Mark Aucker

Year No. 1976 8 2008 7 1985 7 1978 7 1998 6 1982 6 1972 6 1970 6 2013 5 2012 5 2012 5 2002 5 1993 5 1992 5 1991 5 1989 5 1986 5

CAREER Name 1. Jeff Nixon 2. Scott Burton 3. Justin Rogers Winston October Taylor Lackey 6. Maurice Glenn Brian Jordan 8. Patrick Weldon Bob Loprete Ray Easterling

Years No. 1975-78 23 1991-94 16 2007-10 12 1995-98 12 1982-85 12 1991-94 11 1986-88 11 2007-10 10 1971-73 10 1969-71 10

Longest Interception Return

Name 1. Tom Theodose 2. Michael Ireland 3. Wayne Tosh 4. J.M. Stoneburner 5. Bob Loprete 6. Bob Longacre 7. Hobson Snead 8. Joe Stromick 9. John Gavlick Joe DeMotte

Game Season Career

Date No. Opponent 11/5/55 95 Davidson 10/24/09 91 Massachusetts 10/24/70 83 East Carolina 11/3/45 81 Oceana Air Base 10/21/72 80 at Furman 9/18/43 72 Richmond Air Base 10/1/21 70 Catholic 10/3/64 67 at So. Mississippi 10/20/51 65 Davidson 10/23/25 65 Randolph-Macon

Interception Return Yards Gained 95 171 379

Tommy Theodose vs. Davidson, 11/5/55 Jeff Nixon, 1978 Jeff Nixon, 1975-78

Interception Returns For Touchdown

Game 1 Many players Last: Justin Williamson (24 yds.), vs. Rhode Island, 11/3/12 Season 2 Justin Rogers, 2008 Derek Hatcher, 2008 Jeff Nixon, 1978 Ray Easterling, 1970 Buddy Davis, 1958 Marion Timberlake, 1946 Victor Chaltain, 1931 Hobson Snead, 1921 Career 3 Justin Rogers, 2007-10 2 Derek Hatcher, 2006-09 Shawn Barber, 1994-97 Scott Burton, 1991-94 Jeff Nixon, 1975-78 Bob Loprete, 1971-73 Ray Easterling, 1969-71 Buddy Davis, 1955-58 Marion Timberlake, 46 Victor Chaltain, 1931-33 Hobson Snead, 1919-22

Tackles

DEFENSIVE TEAM RECORDS

SEASON Name 1. Larry Braun 2. Eric Johnson 3. Eric Johnson Eric Johnson 5. James Smith 6. Damon Miller 7. Troy Gray 8. Darius McMillan Larry Braun 10. Adam Goloboski Ray Geoffroy

Year No. 1978 186 1991 179 1990 173 1992 173 1990 150 1986 145 1986 144 2011 133 1979 133 2005 131 1994 131

CAREER Name 1. Eric Johnson 2. Eric McBride 3. Larry Braun 4. Maurice Glenn 5. Adam Goloboski 6. Lamont Neal 7. Troy Gray 8. Damon Miller 9. Jeff Edmiston Cary Goodwin

Years No. Game 3 Delaware, 11/15/08 1989-92 643 Furman, 11/8/69 2007-10 446 Season 105 1962 1977-80 429 1991-94 424 2003-06 406 Fewest Total Offense Yards Allowed 1994-97 401 Game 53 Delaware, 11/15/08 1982-84 389 Season 1,569 1954 1984-86 353 Per Game 174.3 1954 1991-94 340 1994-97 340

Fewest Points Allowed

Season 20

Fewest Touchdowns Allowed

Season 3

Most Shutouts of Opponents

Season 7

1939

1939

1939

Fewest First Downs Allowed

Fewest Rushing First Downs Allowed

Sacks

SEASON Name 1. Marc Megna 2. Marc Megna 3. Lawrence Sidbury Jr. 4. Sherman Logan 5. Steve Boyer 6. Jon Wilfong 7. Tracy Parker 8. Tom Coles Tom Coles Edmond Mintah Steve Quander Justin Oravitz

Year No. 1997 14.0 1998 13.0 2008 11.5 2005 11.0 2002 10.0 2001 9.5 1991 9.0 1987 8.0 1988 8.0 1994 8.0 1997 8.0 1997 8.0

CAREER Name 1. Marc Megna 2. Steve Quander 3. Tom Coles 4. Lawrence Sidbury Jr. Sherman Logan Shawn Barber Justin Oravetz 8. Jonathan Wilfong 9. Martin Parker 10. Evan Kelly

Years No. 1994-98 32.0 1994-97 25.0 1986-88 24.5 2004-08 20.0 2003-08 20.0 1994-97 20.0 1995-97 20.0 1997-01 19.5 2007-10 19.0 2010-14 17.0

Game 1 Elon, 10/25/14 Delaware, 11/15/08 Furman, 11/8/69 Season 56 2001

Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed

Game -27 at James Madison, 10/25/97 Season 958 2001 Per Game 79.0 2009

Fewest Passing First Downs Allowed

Game 0 Georgetown, 10/25/08 at VMI, 10/4/08 at Virginia Tech, 9/27/75 Season 31 1958

Fewest Passing Yards Allowed

Game -2 at Northeast Louisiana, 10/27/73 Season 363 1953 Per Game 40.3 1953

Most Interceptions

Game 8 at Hampden-Sydney, 10/8/38 Season 29 2008

Most Interception Return Yards

Game 133 Cincinnati, 9/30/78 Season 475 2008

Most Interception Returns For TD

Game 2 Towson, 9/13/08 at Boston University, 9/28/96 Cincinnati, 9/30/78 Season 4 2008 1946

Most Opponent Fumbles

Game 11 vs. East Carolina, 10/21/78 Season 44 1978

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TEAM RECORDS Scoring

GAME Opponent Date TD EP1 EP2 FG Tot Score 1. Randolph-Macon 11/24/17 12 8 0 0 80 80-0 2. Norfolk Marines 10/13/43 11 8 0 0 74 74-7 3. Randolph-Macon 11/25/20 9 8 0 0 62 62-7 4. VMI 9/16/06 8 8 0 0 58 58-7 5. at VMI 10/4/08 8 8 0 0 56 56-16 VMI 9/20/97 8 6 1 0 56 56-3 7. Boston University 10/4/86 8 6 1 0 56 56-15 8. Morehead State 8/30/14 7 5 1 2 55 55-10 Colgate 11/3/84 7 7 0 2 55 55-24 10. Massachusetts 9/19/87 7 7 0 1 52 52-51 SEASON Year G TD EP1 EP2 FG SF Tot Avg 1. 2008 16 64 62 0 0 0 506 31.6 2. 2007 14 63 58 4 15 0 489 34.9 3. 2014 14 54 46 4 19 0 435 31.1 4. 2009 13 47 44 2 13 1 389 29.9 5. 2012 11 47 38 0 15 0 365 33.2 6. 2005 13 44 37 0 16 0 349 26.8 7. 1992 11 46 24 5 8 1 338 30.7 8. 2013 12 40 28 5 18 0 332 27.7 9. 1984 10 39 32 1 12 1 306 30.6 10. 1973 10 41 36 2 4 0 298 29.8

GAME Opponent 1. at Delaware 2. Morehead State 3. at Northeastern 4. at Bucknell 5. James Madison 6. VMI 7. at Massachusetts 8. VMI 9. vs. Ohio 10. vs. VMI SEASON Year 1. 2014 2. 2008 3. 2007 4. 2013 5. 2005 6. 1992 7. 2009 8. 2012 9. 1984 10. 1986

Date 11/16/13 8/30/14 9/8/07 9/22/07 9/12/92 11/5/05 10/13/84 9/16/06 12/27/68 9/26/09

Run Pass Yds 137 543 680 235 408 643 443 199 642 405 207 612 272 313 585 273 300 573 263 299 562 367 193 560 109 447 556 154 394 548

G Run Pass Yds 14 2,060 4,393 6,453 16 2,992 2,877 5,869 14 3,284 2,391 5,675 12 1,358 3,939 5,297 13 2,465 2492 4,957 11 1,944 2,817 4,761 13 2,065 2,532 4,597 11 1,547 2,983 4,530 10 2,179 2,210 4,389 11 1,740 2,545 4,285

Passes Attempted

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SEASON Year 1. 2014 2. 2013 3. 2012 4. 2011 5. 2008 6. 2007 7. 2009 8. 2005 9. 1986 10. 2004

Total Offense

GAME Name 1. at James Madison 2. vs. Ohio 3. at New Hampshire 4. at Coastal Carolina VMI 6. Massachusetts 7. New Hampshire at Villanova Hofstra 10. Towson SEASON Year 1. 2014 1. 2013 2. 2012 3. 2011 4. 2005 5. 1969 6. 2008 7. 2007 8. 1986 9. 2009 10. 2003

Passes Completed

GAME Opponent 1. at James Madison 2. vs. Ohio 3. Towson 4. at Albany at Liberty at Delaware New Hampshire 8. at Villanova 9. at New Hampshire Maine Hofstra

Date Att 10/12/13 64 12/27/68 58 10/13/12 57 12/6/14 53 10/25/41 53 10/29/11 52 9/24/11 50 11/4/06 50 10/22/05 50 10/26/13 49 G Att Avg 14 575 41.1 12 533 44.4 11 441 40.1 11 410 37.3 13 378 29.1 10 373 37.3 16 371 23.2 14 365 26.1 11 357 33.5 13 354 27.2 11 336 30.5

GAME Opponent 1. at Delaware 2. vs. Ohio 3. at Villanova 4. at James Madison 5. Morehead State 6. at Coastal Carolina 7. VMI 8. at Massachusetts 9. at So. Mississippi 10. Hofstra SEASON Year 1. 2014 2. 2013 3. 2012 4. 2008 5. 2011 6. 1992 7. 1969 8. 1986 9. 2009 10. 2005

Date No 10/12/13 41 12/27/68 39 10/26/13 36 10/11/14 35 10/4/14 35 11/16/13 35 9/24/11 35 11/4/06 34 10/13/12 32 10/22/11 32 10/22/05 32 G No Avg 14 360 25.7 12 350 29.2 11 274 24.9 11 256 23.3 16 234 14.6 14 218 15.6 13 216 16.6 13 201 15.5 11 200 18.2 11 193 17.5

Passing Yardage Date 11/16/13 12/27/68 11/4/06 10/12/13 8/30/14 12/6/14 9/26/09 9/13/86 11/16/68 10/22/05

Att Cmp 46 35 58 39 34 50 64 41 41 28 53 27 39 28 41 17 39 22 50 32

G Att Cmp Int Pct 14 575 360 22 62.6 12 533 350 9 65.7 11 441 274 4 62.1 16 371 234 7 .631 11 410 256 14 .624 11 286 171 12 .598 10 373 185 16 .496 11 357 200 20 .560 13 354 216 13 .610 13 378 201 14 .723

Rushes

Yds 4,393 3,939 2,983 2,877 2,822 2,817 2,651 2,545 2,532 2,492

Yds TDs 543 5 447 4 425 2 423 2 408 4 402 2 394 3 389 2 387 3 376 4 Avg Tds 313.8 27 328.3 28 271.2 18 179.8 18 256.5 17 256.1 19 265.1 23 231.4 20 194.8 16 191.7 16

SEASON Year 1. 2007 2. 2008 3. 2000 4. 2001 5. 1998 6. 2005 7. 1981 8. 1995 9. 2002 10. 1987

G Att Yds YPC YPG 14 589 3,284 5.6 234.6 16 670 2,992 4.5 187.0 11 669 2,932 4.4 266.5 11 637 2,748 4.3 249.8 11 553 2,676 4.8 243.3 13 540 2,465 4.6 189.6 11 552 2,329 4.2 211.7 11 590 2,315 3.9 210.5 11 555 2,185 3.9 198.6 11 554 2,180 3.9 198.2

GAME Opponent 1. Hofstra 2. vs. Ohio James Madison 4. Morehead State at Delaware at Rhode Island New Hampshire 8. at New Hampshire VMI VMI at William & Mary at Virginia Tech SEASON Year 1. 2014 2. 2008 3. 2013 4. 2007 5. 2005 6. 2009 7. 1992 8. 2012 9. 1985 10. 1984

First Downs Date 10/22/05 12/27/68 11/5/83 8/30/14 11/16/13 12/1/84 10/10/92 10/13/12 9/26/09 11/5/05 11/17/73 9/7/85

Run Pass Pen 13 19 3 8 24 0 17 14 1 8 23 0 9 20 2 17 13 1 10 16 5 9 17 3 8 20 1 15 13 1 19 8 2 14 13 2

Tot 35 32 32 31 31 31 31 29 29 29 29 29

G Run Rec Pen Tot Avg 14 98 213 21 332 23.7 16 166 125 18 309 19.3 12 93 188 18 299 24.9 14 156 121 8 285 20.4 13 138 114 14 266 20.5 13 131 116 12 259 19.9 11 118 114 18 250 22.7 11 80 147 16 243 22.1 11 102 112 21 235 21.4 10 113 102 13 228 22.8

Rushing First Downs

GAME Opponent 1. East Carolina 2. Hampden-Sydney The Citadel 4. at Villanova Cincinnati 6. at Massachusetts at James Madison at William & Mary

SEASON Year 1. 2008 Date No 2. 2007 11/17/56 88 2000 10/13/01 80 4. 2001 10/27/34 79 5. 2005 10/12/56 78 6. 2009 10/28/00 77 1998 8. 1981 SEASON 9. 1995 Year G No Avg 1992 1. 2008 16 670 41.9 2. 2000 11 669 60.8 3. 2001 11 637 57.9 4. 1996 11 608 55.2 Passing 5. 1978 11 601 54.6 GAME 6. 1995 11 590 53.6 Opponent 7. 2007 14 589 42.1 1. vs. Ohio 8. 1975 11 588 53.3 2. Morehead State 9. 1976 11 566 51.5 3. at Delaware 10. 1992 11 558 50.7 4. New Hampshire VMI 6. Hofstra Rushing Yards 7. at William & Mary GAME at Maine Opponent Date Yds TD at Towson 1. at Northeastern 9/8/07 443 6 10. at Albany 2. at Villanova 10/28/00 430 4 3. at Bucknell 9/22/07 405 6 SEASON 4. Randolph-Macon 9/21/46 400 5 Year Hampden-Sydney 9/24/54 400 3 1. 2014 6. Randolph-Macon 9/20/47 398 4 2. 2013 7. at UMass 11/23/21 386 4 3. 2012 8. at Arkansas State 9/30/00 382 4 4. 2011 9. Randolph-Macon 9/21/56 376 6 5. 2008 10. at VMI 10/29/83 373 3 6. 2007 1986 8. 2009 9. 1969 10. 2005 GAME Opponent 1. East Carolina 2. James Madison 3. Hampden-Sydney 4. The Citadel 5. at Villanova

TD 39 40 22 20 26 26 17 19 16 19

Date No 11/17/56 24 10/27/34 22 11/3/73 22 10/28/00 21 11/1/80 21 11/23/01 19 10/13/01 19 11/17/73 19 G No Avg 16 166 10.4 14 156 11.1 11 156 14.2 11 147 13.4 13 138 10.6 13 131 10.1 12 131 10.9 11 124 11.3 11 118 10.7 11 118 10.7

First Downs Date No 12/27/68 24 8/30/14 23 11/16/13 21 9/24/11 20 9/26/09 20 10/22/05 19 11/22/14 18 11/8/14 18 10/8/11 18 10/11/14 17 G No Avg 14 213 15.2 12 188 15.7 11 147 13.4 11 140 12.7 16 125 7.8 14 121 8.6 11 121 11.0 13 116 8.9 10 115 11.5 13 114 8.8

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BOWL GAMES 1968 Tangerine Bowl

1971 Tangerine Bowl

December 28, 1968 Tangerine Bowl (16,114) • Orlando, Fla.

December 28, 1971 Tangerine Bowl (16,750) • Orlando, Fla.

Richmond 49, Ohio 42

ORLANDO, Fla. - Richmond entered the 1968 Tangerine Bowl as decided underdog to 17th-ranked Ohio University, one of three major unbeaten and untied football teams in the nation. But, as the Bobcats would soon learn, sometimes the worst bite is that of an upset-minded Spider. Quarterback Buster O’Brien threw for a school-record 447 yards on 38-of-58 passing, split end Walker Gillette reeled in 20 passes for 242 yards and safety Jimmy Altis grabbed one interception and recovered two fumbles in leading Richmond to a 49-42 win at Orlando, Fla. “It is the biggest thing I have ever been associated with,” Spider head coach Frank Jones said. “I know it is the biggest athletic victory for the University of Richmond.” Ohio took the early lead when quarterback Cleve Brown fired a 48-yard touchdown strike to Todd Snyder, the first of three scores for the fleet receiver. Richmond knotted the score on O’Brien’s scoring pass to Jim Livesay. Minutes later, O’Brien scored on a 31-yard touchdown run, putting the Spiders in front for good. “I’ve played football a long time, but this is the greatest,” O’Brien said after the game. “It’s something we’ve been working on since spring practice.” SCORING SUMMARY 1 2 3 4 Final Richmond 7 21 14 7 49 Ohio 7 14 13 8 42 10:51 (1st) 02:51 (1st) 12:59 (2nd) 10:37 (2nd) 08:39 (2nd) 04:50 (2nd) 00:33 (2nd) 10:22 (3rd) 04:06 (3rd) 01:30 (3rd) 05:29 (4th) 01:33 (4th)

OU - Snyder 49 yd pass from Bryant (Pataki kick) UR - Livesay 24 yd pass from O’Brien (Dussault kick) UR - O’Brien 31 yd run (Dussault kick) OU - Bryant 7 yd run (Pataki kick) UR - Kellum 1 yd run (Dussault kick) UR - Gillette 5 yd pass from O’Brien (Dussault kick) OU - Snyder 3 yd pass from Bryant (Pataki kick) OU - Snyder 45 yd pass from Bryant (Pataki kick) UR - Kellum 4 yd run (Dussault kick) UR - Crenshaw 12 yd pass from O’Brien (Dussault kick) OU - LeVeck 2 yd run (run failed) UR - Livesay 15 yd pass from O’Brien (Dussault kick) OU - Houmard 3 yd pass from Bryant (LeVeck run)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RICHMOND Rushing (Att-Yds): Kellum 15-36, O’Brien 7-39, Crenshaw 4-19, Morris 2-7, Olejack 2-4, Mauro 2-4 Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): O’Brien 39-58-1-447-4TD Receiving (Rec-Yds): Gillette 20-242, Livesay 10-127, Crenshaw 4-31, Olejack 2-28, England 1-10, Kellum 1-9, Morris 1-0

Toledo 28, Richmond 3

ORLANDO, Fla. - By beating William & Mary 21-19, the Spiders won the Southern Conference Championship and an automatic bid to the Tangerine Bowl, where Richmond met the undefeated and highly-ranked University of Toledo Rockets. The Rockets brought a 34-game winning streak into the contest. Barty Smith represented the Spiders’ offense on the day with 10 carries for 51 yards. Richmond was overwhelmed by the tenacious Rocket defense which allowed Spider quarterback Ken Nichols just two completions and forced two interceptions and one fumble in a 28-3 defeat. Richmond grabbed the lead with a 27-yard field goal by Keith Clark midway through the first quarter. Toledo took the lead for good early in the second quarter when All-America defensive end Mel Long recovered Nichols’ fumble in the end zone. The Rockets scored once more before halftime and twice in the fourth quarter to win their 35th consecutive game. Toledo out-gained the Spiders on offense 395 to 138 in total yards. SCORING SUMMARY 1 2 3 4 Final Richmond 3 0 0 0 3 Toledo 0 14 0 14 28 06:50 (1st) (2nd) (2nd) (4th) (4th)

UR - Keith Clark 27 yd field goal UT - Mel Long fumble recovery in end zone (Keim kick) UT - Schwartz 1 yd run (Keim kick) UT - Ealey 1 yd run (Keim kick) UT - Schwartz 3 yd run (Keim kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RICHMOND Rushing (Att-Yds): Meyers 13-32, Smith 10-51, Nichols 8-14, Edwards 4-17 Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Nichols 2-11-2-24 Receiving (Rec-Yds): Popovich 1-12, Smith 1-12 TOLEDO Rushing (Att-Yds): Schwartz 20-51, Ealey 12-38, Moorman 4-48, Keim 6-30 Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Ealey 14-23-0-176, Arthur 1-1-0-13 Receiving (Rec-Yds): Fair 8-100, Baker 2-37, Calabrese 2-29, Schwartz 2-18, Downey 1-5

OHIO Rushing (Att-Yds): LeVeck 20-85, Bryant 17-74, Houmard 5-19, Mitchell 1-(-2) Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Bryant 17-33-2-223-4TD, LeVeck 1-1-0-46 Receiving (Rec-Yds): Snyder 11-214, Swindell 3-28, LeVeck 2-33, Houmard 2-14

Jim Livesay caught 10 passes for 127 yards and scored two touchdowns in the Spiders’ 49-42 win in the 1968 Tangerine Bowl.

Barty Smith rushed for 51 yards on 10 carries and caught one pass for 12 yards in Richmond’s 28-3 loss to Toledo in the 1971 Tangerine Bowl.

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NCAA PLAYOFF GAMES 1984 I-AA First Round

1984 I-AA Quarterfinals

November 24, 1984 UR Stadium (11,236) • Richmond, Va.

December 1, 1984 Meade Stadium (10,446) • Kingston, R.I.

#12 Richmond 35, Boston U. 33

RICHMOND, Va. - This first round Division I-AA playoff game was a great offensive show for both teams. Richmond gained a total of 430 yards, 205 rushing and 225 passing. Boston University totaled 374 yards with 196 of them on the ground and 178 in the air. Richmond’s Greg Grooms and David Bayer each scored two touchdowns, while each gained more than 100 total yards. Boston U’s Paul Lewis scored two touchdowns while rushing for 156 yards, and Bill Brooks scored three fourth-quarter touchdowns and totaled 112 yards receiving. Boston got on the board first with an 11-yard run by Lewis with 6:05 remaining in the opening quarter. Lewis was the key to the drive, rushing four times for 65 yards. Richmond answered with its own touchdown at the 41-second mark. Bob Bleier hooked up with Grooms for a 21-yard scoring pass. The big play was a 56-yard pass to Leland Melvin. Richmond took the lead for good on its next possession. Grooms scored again on a six-yard run at 8:43 of the second quarter. The drive was 12 plays for 65 yards. The Spiders scored again on their third consecutive drive when Bayer ran it in from nine yards out. This score resulted from a Spider reception by Don Miller. The drive accumulated 44 yards on six plays at the 5:24 mark of the second quarter. The Spiders survived a late comeback effort by the Terriers to advance to the second round. SCORING SUMMARY 1 2 3 4 Final Boston 7 7 0 19 33 #12 Richmond 7 14 0 14 35 06:05 (1st) 00:41 (1st) 08:43 (2nd) 05:21 (2nd) 02:15 (2nd) 13:30 (4th) 10:41 (4th) 08:57 (4th) 05:39 (4th) 02:11 (4th)

BU - Paul Lewis 11 yd run (Green kick) UR - Greg Grooms 21 yd pass from Bleier (Toibin kick) UR - Greg Grooms 6 yd run (Toibin kick) UR - David Bayer 9 yd run (Toibin kick) BU - Paul Lewis 4 yd run (Green kick) UR - David Bayer 8 yd run (Toibin kick) UR - James Church 27 yd pass from Bleier (Toibin kick) BU - Bill Brooks 34 yd pass from Mancini (kick failed) BU - Bill Brooks 18 yd pass from Mancini (run failed) BU - Bill Brooks 4 yd pass from Mancini (Green kick) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RICHMOND Rushing (Att-Yds): Grooms 21-109, Bayer 14-67, Holly 2-9, Bleier 3-2, Bensley 1-6, Melvin 1-12 Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Bleier 15-31-1-225 Receiving (Rec-Yds): Melvin 6-120, Grooms 5-46, Henry 3-32, Church 1-27 BOSTON Rushing (Att-Yds): Lewis 25-156, Pettus 9-41, Mancini 3-(-10), Wilcox 2-5, Graham 2-3 Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Mancini 14-37-1-178 Receiving (Rec-Yds): Brooks 7-112, Gadbois 4-48, Bleskoski 1-8, Lewis 1-5, Pettus 1-5

Bob Bleier completed 15 of 31 passes for 225 yards and two touchdowns as the Spiders topped Boston University in their first-ever appearance in the NCAA I-AA Playoffs.

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Rhode Island 23, #12 Richmond 17

KINGSTON, R.I. - This Division I-AA quarterfinal playoff game was similar to Richmond’s first round game in that it was an offensive battle. The two teams combined for almost 900 total yards. Richmond gained 491 and Rhode Island 402. The Spiders passed for 278 yards and rushed for 213. The story for Rhode Island was Tom Ehrhardt passing for 389 yards and three touchdowns. The most critical aspect of the game was the Spiders missing three first-half field goal attempts. Richmond opened the scoring by converting a 25-yard field goal by Brendan Toibin with :53 remaining in the opening period. Rhode Island answered quickly on its next possession. Bob Donfield caught a two-yard pass from Ehrhardt at the 11:28 mark of the second quarter. Ehrhardt was the key, completing all eight attempts for 57 of the 58 yards the drive consumed. The Spiders came back to take a 10-7 lead by scoring on a 12- yard pass from Bob Bleier to Leland Melvin with 4:15 left in the first half. Once again, the Rams came right back. This time Ehrhardt threw a two-yard touchdown pass to Dameon Reilly with 1:07 left in the half. The drive went 70 yards on nine plays to make the halftime score 14-10 Rhode Island. The Rams held a 23-10 lead heading into the fourth quarter when the Spiders tightened the game at 23-17. David Bayer scored from one yard out to cap a 10-yard play, 68-yard drive. Richmond could not muster another scoring drive. The game ended with the Rams advancing to the semifinals. SCORING SUMMARY 1 2 3 4 Final #12 Richmond 3 7 0 7 17 Rhode Island 0 14 9 0 23 00:53 (2nd) 11:28 (2nd) 04:15 (2nd) 01:07 (2nd) 09:50 (3rd) 03:21 (3rd) 03:31 (4th)

UR - Brendan Toibin 25 yard field goal URI - Bob Donfield 2 yd pass from Ehrhardt (Stringfellow kick) UR - Leland Melvin 12 yd pass from Bleier (Toibin kick) URI - Dameon Reilly 2 yd pass from Ehrhardt (Stringfellow kick) URI - Brian Forster 25 yd pass from Ehrhardt (kick failed) URI - Paul Stringfellow 26 yd field goal UR - David Bayer 1 yd run (Toibin kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RICHMOND Rushing (Att-Yds): Bayer 32-139, Grooms 21-82, Bleier 5-2, Bensely 1-1, Kees 2-(-11) Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Bleier 21-37-2-265, Kees 1-3-0-13, Melvin 0-1-0-0 Receiving (Rec-Yds): Melvin 10-132, Grooms 4-28, Shields 3-60, Church 3-42, Henry 2-16 RHODE ISLAND Rushing (Att-Yds): Ehrhardt 4-8, Kelley 6-4, Sanders 1-1 Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Ehrhardt 34-53-1-389 Receiving (Rec-Yds): Forster 18-252, Reilly 4-47, Donfield 3-27, Kelley 3-26, Sanders 3-21, Civitella 3-16

Leland Melvin, now a NASA astronaut, caught 10 passes for 132 yards and scored one TD as Richmond fell to Rhode Island, 23-17, in its first-ever NCAA Quarterfinal game.

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NCAA PLAYOFF GAMES 1987 I-AA First Round

1998 I-AA First Round

November 28, 1987 Conrad Stadium (4,138) • Boone, N.C.

November 29, 1998 UR Stadium (10,254) • Richmond, Va.

Appalachian State 20, #17 Richmond 3 BOONE, N.C. - The first round match-up between Richmond and Appalachian State was played in cold and rainy conditions. The game itself was closer than the score shows. The offensive statistics show Richmond having the better part of the game. The total net yards were Richmond 262 and Appalachian State 193. The story of the game was turnovers. Richmond lost four fumbles, one interception and had a punt blocked, leading to ASU’s first 13 points. ASU threw no interceptions and lost two fumbles, one that led to the Spiders’ only three points. Appalachian State scored first, converting a 32-yard field goal by Bjorn Nittmo with 8:31 remaining in the opening quarter. The drive only gained three yards on four plays, but benefited from great field position. ASU’s defense blocked a Richmond punt and recovered it on the Spiders’ 17-yard line. Richmond answered at the 1:59 mark with a 41-yard field goal by Rob Courter. This score came after an ASU fumble was recovered by Jack Henrietta for the Spiders. Appalachian State took the lead for good at the 8:45 mark of the second quarter when Tim Sanders scored from five yards out. The decisive score capped a three-play, 30-yard drive. SCORING SUMMARY 1 2 3 4 Final #17 Richmond 3 0 0 0 3 Appalachian State 3 10 0 7 20 08:31 (1st) 01:59 (1st) 08:45 (2nd) 06:30 (2nd) 07:10 (4th)

ASU - Bjorn Nittmo 32 yd field goal UR - Rob Courter 41 yd field goal ASU - Tim Sanders 5 yd run (Nittmo kick) ASU - Bjorn Nittmo 27 yd field goal ASU - Doug Beaty 1 yd run (Nittmo kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RICHMOND Rushing (Att-Yds): Matthews 29-93, Morgan 7-27, Grier 2-1, Neuhoff 2-(-30), Hawley 1-(-15), Yaffa 1-3, Robinson 2-8, Snead 1-1 Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Grier 6-13-0-54, Neuhoff 5-7-1-48, Snead 2-6-0-72 Receiving (Rec-Yds): Ealey 5-82, Matthews 4-14, Hargrove 2-66, Cerick 2-12 APPALACHIAN STATE Rushing (Att-Yds): Melchor 6-10, Fuller 4-2, Sanders 5-5, Beaty 25-94, Dawson 3-15, Armstrong 3-9 Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Fuller 6-14-0-51, Payton 1-1-0-7 Receiving (Rec-Yds): Melchor 3-13, Wesley 1-8, Beaty 1-23, Young 1-7, Briggs 1-7

#14 Lehigh 24, #5 Richmond 23

RICHMOND, Va. - Riding the momentum of a nine-game winning streak and making its first postseason appearance since 1987, the third-seeded Spiders dropped a 24-23 decision to No. 14 seed and undefeated Lehigh in first round action. The Spiders jumped out to an early 14-0 advantage after a pair of 70-yard scoring drives. Tailback Jasper Pendergrass put the Spiders on the board first, barreling to a 19-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. Quarterback Jimmie Miles extended Richmond’s advantage, finding the end zone on a four-yard run in the early stages of the second quarter. Miles was one of the Spiders’ most effective offensive weapons on the day, rushing for 80 yards on 24 carries. Lehigh narrowed the Spiders’ advantage to 14-7 after fullback Jeff Snyder scored from six yards out. The two teams went to halftime tied at 14-14 when Mountain Hawks quarterback Phil Stambaugh connected with Rick Moore on a 45-yard scoring play at the 5:32 mark. A 25-yard scoring run by Lehigh running back Ronald Jean gave the Mountain Hawks a 21-14 lead to open the fourth quarter. Richmond responded with a Jeff Falkowski 38-yard field goal with 1:53 showing on the clock. The Spiders took a 23-21 lead after Pendergrass burst to paydirt with 1:18 remaining in the game. After Richmond’s PAT failed, Lehigh continued to employ a short passing game that had been effective all day to march into Spiders’ territory. The Mountain Hawks converted a crucial fourth and three play on Richmond’s 45-yard line. Two plays later, Lehigh kicker Jaron Taaffe connected on a 30-yard game- winning field goal with three seconds to go. SCORING SUMMARY 1 2 3 4 Final #14 Lehigh 0 14 0 10 24 #5 Richmond 7 7 0 9 23 09:48 (1st) 11:24 (2nd) 09:19 (2nd) 05:32 (2nd) 13:23 (4th) 07:53 (4th) 01:18 (4th) 00:03 (4th)

UR - Jasper Pendergrass 19 yd run (Falkowski kick) UR - Jimmie Miles 4 yd run (Falkowski kick) LU - Brett Snyder 6 yd run (Taaffee kick) LU - Moore 45 yd pass from Phil Stambaugh (Taaffee kick) LU - Ron Jean 25 yd run (Taaffee kick) UR - Jeff Falkowski 38 yd field goal UR - Jasper Pendergrass 5 yd run (kick failed) LU - Jaron Taaffe 30 yd field goal

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RICHMOND Rushing (Att-Yds): Pendergrass 28-152, Miles 24-111, Snider 5-33, Turner 6-13, Jones 1-4 Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Miles 8-15-0-98 Receiving (Rec-Yds): Moore 5-56, Jones 2-33, Pendergrass 1-9 LEHIGH Rushing (Att-Yds): Jean 17-92, Snyder 3-12, Stambaugh 6-4 Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Stambaugh 26-37-0-281, Braswell 1-1-0-27 Receiving (Rec-Yds): Braswell 8-108, Moore 5-82, Fedorcha 5-39, Jean 4-32, Falzone 2-11, Stambaugh 1-27, Snyder 1-6, Person 1-3

Erwin Matthews rushed for 93 yards on 29 carries and caught four passes for 14 yards in Richmond’s 20-3 loss to Appalachian State in the 1987 NCAA I-AA First Round.

Jimmie Miles rushed for 111 yards and a touchdown on 24 carries, while throwing for 98 yards (8-of-15), in the Spiders’ 24-23 loss to Lehigh in the 1998 NCAA I-AA First Round.

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NCAA PLAYOFF GAMES 2000 I-AA First Round

2000 I-AA Quarterfinals

November 25, 2000 UR Stadium (5,484) • Richmond, Va.

December 2, 2000 Grizzly Stadium (17,345) • Missoula, Mont.

#6 Richmond 10, #9 Youngstown State 3 RICHMOND, Va. - Sophomore Doug Kirchner nailed a 24-yard field goal that tied the game with 2:47 left and junior cornerback Jason Hill returned an interception 44 yards for a touchdown with 1:22 remaining to give the Spiders a 10-3 victory over the Youngstown State Penguins in the first round of the NCAA I-AA Playoffs at UR Stadium. On a cold, wet afternoon, the teams played a scoreless first half. Freshman Jake Stewart missed a pair of field goals for the Penguins that could have put them on the scoreboard first. He missed a 37-yarder early in the first quarter and a 41-yard attempt on the final play of the second period. Youngstown State moved to the Richmond seven on its first possession of the third quarter, with 58 yards coming on a pass from junior quarterback Jeff Ryan to junior wideout Sean Guerriero. That aerial set up a 24-yard field goal by Stewart that put the Penguins on top 3-0. Later in the third period, the Spiders moved to the Youngstown State 21, but Kirchner missed a 38-yard field goal. Richmond put together its most impressive drive of the afternoon in the fourth quarter. The Spiders moved 71 yards in 18 plays in 9:24, advancing to the Youngstown State seven, where Kirchner hit a 24-yard field goal with 2:47 remaining to tie the game at 3-3. On the ensuing possession, the Penguins picked up a first down and moved to their own 37, where Ryan was picked off by Hill at the Youngstown State 44. Hill took the ball down the sideline to the end zone to put Richmond in front 10-3 with 1:22 left. Senior cornerback Harold Hill, older brother of Jason, intercepted Ryan with 0:41 remaining to secure the win for the Spiders. Richmond’s defense held the Penguins to 94 yards rushing, 95 yards passing, 189 yards of total offense and eight first downs. SCORING SUMMARY 1 2 3 4 Final #9 Youngstown State 0 0 3 0 3 #6 Richmond 0 0 0 10 10 09:50 (3rd) YSU - Stewart 24 yd field goal 02:47 (4th) UR - Kirchner 24 yd field goal 01:22 (4th) UR - J. Hill 44 yd interception return (Kirchner kick) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RICHMOND Rushing (Att-Yds): Wills 14-77, Turner 10-34, Fulton 7-27, Diggs 5-17, Gustus 2-15, Purnell 10-11, Tolhurst 1-3, team 2-(-4) Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Wills 7-4-0-21 Receiving (Rec-Yds): Fulton 2-13, Ouden 1-4, Tolhurst 1-4 YOUNGSTOWN STATE Rushing (Att-Yds): Ryan 21-50, Mays 15-35, Lockhart 4-9, Doby 1-0 Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Ryan 14-7-2-95 Receiving (Rec-Yds): Lockhart 3-16, Guerriero 2-63, Burley 2-16

Jason Hill returned a 44-yard interception for a TD with 1:22 left in the fourth quarter against Youngstown State to give the Spiders a 10-3 win in the 2000 NCAA I-AA First Round.

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#1 Montana 34, #6 Richmond 20

MISSOULA, Mont. - Senior quarterback Drew Miller threw for 381 yards and three touchdowns as the top-ranked Montana Grizzlies defeated the eighth-seeded Richmond Spiders 34-20 in Missoula. The Spiders held Montana on its first drive, but Richmond began its initial possession on its own four. After failing to pick up a first down, the Spiders punted and Montana began on the Richmond 23. After a two-yard pass, junior running back Yo Humphery ran 21 yards for a touchdown. The Spiders were stopped on their second drive, and Miller hit junior Etu Molden with a 10-yard scoring toss to give the Grizzlies a 13-0 lead. Richmond then put together a 72-yard drive in 11 plays and reached the end zone late in the first quarter on a two-yard run by quarterback Sean Gustus to make the score 13-6. Miller hit senior Jimmy Farris with a pair of touchdown passes in the second quarter (65 and 20 yards) as the Grizzlies took a 27-6 lead. Gustus crossed the goal line from one yard out later in the second period and Montana had a 27-12 lead at intermission. Following a scoreless third quarter, Humphery has a five-yard touchdown run early in the fourth period to give Montana a 34-12 lead. Gustus scored from eight yards out late in the game to make the final score 34-20. SCORING SUMMARY 1 2 3 4 Final #6 Richmond 6 6 0 8 20 #1 Montana 13 14 0 7 34 09:55 (1st) 05:06 (1st) 01:00 (1st) 14:43 (2nd) 10:10 (2nd) 04:19 (2nd) 13:22 (4th) 01:26 (4th)

UM - Humphery 21 yd run (Snyder kick) UM - Molden 10 yd pass from Miller (kick failed) UR - Gustus 2 yd run (kick failed) UM - Farris 65 yd pass from Miller (Snyder kick) UM - Farris 20 yd pass from Miller (Snyder kick) UR - Gustus 1 yd run (kick failed) UM - Humphery 5 yd run (Snyder kick) UR - Gustus 8 yd run (Purnell run)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RICHMOND Rushing (Att-Yds): Gustus 24-66, Purnell 11-60, Tolhurst 1-51, Fulton 7-35, Diggs 5-23, Turner 10-22 Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Gustus 7-4-0-51 Receiving (Rec-Yds): Tolhurst 2-26, Millard 1-21, Purnell 1-4 MONTANA Rushing (Att-Yds): Humphery 20-84, Drinkwalter 2-8, Malcom 2-3, Miller 3-(-20) Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Miller 41-28-1-381, Edwards 1-1-0-10 Receiving (Rec-Yds): Molden 9-82, Farris 7-188, Hancock 4-39, Frederick 3-23, Humphery 2-15, Oelkers 2-11, Fitzgerald 1-18, Drinkwalter 1-15

Sean Gustus scored three rushing TDs, tallied 66 yards on the ground and completed four passes for 51 yards in the Spiders’ 34-20 loss to Montana in the 2000 Quarterfinals.

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2005 I-AA Quarterfinals

November 26, 2005 Armstrong Stadium (5,343) • Hampton, Va.

HAMPTON, Va. - David Freeman and Tim Hightower each scored a pair of rushing touchdowns and A-10 Defensive Rookie of the Year Sherman Logan registered three sacks as Richmond defeated third-seeded Hampton, 38-10, on Saturday evening in the opening round of the 2005 NCAA I-AA playoffs. The win marked the first for the Spiders in the I-AA playoffs since, 2000, when it defeated Youngstown State, 10-3. Hampton (11-1) entered the game as the lone unbeaten team in I-AA and boasted a 12-game home winning streak, the third longest in the nation. After holding Hampton to three-and-out on the opening possession of the game, Richmond junior Ryan Mace’s muffed punt was recovered by Jahiri Jones of HU at the Spiders’ 29-yard line. On the ensuing play, however, UR senior defensive back Joe Mallory intercepted his second pass of the season inside the five-yard line to keep Hampton off the scoreboard. When Pirates’ placekicker Andrew Paterini missed a 20-yard field goal, Richmond drove 80 yards on 10 plays, capped off by a one-yard scoring run by senior quarterback Stacy Tutt, his 11th of the season, to give the Spiders’ a 7-0 lead with 2:58 to play in the opening quarter. Nine of the 10 plays on the drive for Richmond were runs, totaling 69 yards. Hampton then went 69 yards on nine plays and opened the second quarter with a 44-yard field goal by Paterini to climb within 7-3 at the 14:48 mark. After a Chris Radford punt, Hampton drove down the Spiders’ seven-yard line before Antwan Smith hit Onrea Jones on a slant pass to give the Pirates a 10-7 lead with 7:58 to go in the opening half. Richmond answered right back, however, going 62 yards in 12 plays with senior Joseph Fore’s 22-yard field goal at the 2:48 mark tying the score at 10-10. After Richmond was forced to punt on its opening series of the third quarter, junior Ryan Mace returned a Hampton punt 25 yards to the Spiders’ 49-yard line at the 7:52 mark. It marked Mace’s longest return of the season. Richmond capitalized on the return by going 51 yards in five plays, with Hightower going in untouched from three yards out to put the Spiders ahead, 17-10, with 6:11 to play in the third quarter. The drive featured several nifty runs by UR senior quarterback Stacy Tutt, who used an assortment of scrambles and designed bootlegs to move Richmond down the field. The Spiders then followed up Tutt’s touchdown by recovering an onside kick, their second successful attempt in as many weeks, to take over possession at the Hampton 37 yard line. UR capitalized just 1:32 later as Freeman barreled in on a two-yard run with 4:39 remaining in the third quarter to give the Spiders a 24-10 advantage. An eight-yard run by Hightower extended Richmond’s lead to 31-10 at the 10:28 mark of the fourth quarter before junior Johnny Campbell’s first career interception set up a two-yard scoring run by Freeman with 3:17 remaining in the game. Freeman finished with a game-high 117 yards on 21 carries, while Hightower added 73 yards.

December 3, 2005 UR Stadium (6,603) • Richmond, Va. RICHMOND, Va. - Sophomore fullback Jerome Felton rushed for a pair of touchdowns and Richmond quarterback Stacy Tutt’s fourth down pass in Furman territory with just over a minute remaining fell incomplete as the Paladins edged UR, 24-20, in the quarterfinals of the NCAA I-AA playoffs. Felton rushed for a team-high 92 yards on 20 carries while senior quarterback Ingle Martin passed for 249 yards and a touchdown. Eleven of Martin’s 17 completions went to junior wideout Justin Stepp, who finished with 143 receiving yards. Richmond struck quickly on its opening possession as senior quarterback Stacy Tutt found freshman tight end Joe Stewart for his first career scoring reception just 2:02 into the contest to give the Spiders a 7-0 lead. Richmond’s 66-yard drive was highlighted by a 42-yard scamper by Tutt before the senior quarterback found Stewart from 18 yards out. Furman answered right back as Ingle Martin hooked up with senior running back Daric Carter for an 18-yard touchdown pass with 9:39 remaining the opening quarter. Tutt then engineered a 10-play, 60-yard drive that was capped off with the senior signal caller going into the end zone untouched from four yards out to put Richmond ahead, 14-7, at the 4:09 mark of the first quarter. The Paladins drove into Spiders’ territory at the start of the second quarter and had first-and-goal at the Richmond nine-yard line. However, a 17-yard sack by UR junior defensive tackle Johnny Campbell on third down and a missed field goal by Scott Beckler from 38 yard out kept the score at 14-7. A two-yard run by Felton at the 6:10 mark of the second quarter knotted the score at 14-14 before Beckler’s 36-yard field goal with 1:07 remaining in the half gave Furman a 17-14 advantage as the teams headed to the locker room. On the opening possession of the third quarter, Furman drove deep into UR territory before a fumble by Felton was recovered by Richmond senior defensive tackle Dan Mangiero at its own 26-yard line. However, the Spiders went three-and-out and the Paladins drove 63 yards in four plays, capped off by a one-yard plunge by Felton, to take a 24-14 lead at the 8:19 mark of the third quarter. Richmond climbed to within 24-20 with 8:20 left in the fourth quarter as Tutt hit senior tight end Ben Teufel with a 10-yard touchdown pass. The Spiders went 79 yards on 13 plays in 8:20 but UR could not convert the extra-point attempt. Furman gained possession at its own 26-yard line on its opening series of the fourth quarter. Forced to punt after driving into Richmond territory, the Spiders gained possession at their own 15-yard line with 3:47 remaining in the game. A 13-yard scramble by Tutt moved Richmond down to the Furman 30-yard line with 1:14 to play. Faced with fourth down and seven following a timeout, the Paladins were whistled for offsides, giving the Spiders a fourth and two with 1:09 on the clock. Tutt scrambled to his left but his pass fell incomplete, securing the Paladins’ first appearance in the I-AA semifinals since 2001.

SCORING SUMMARY 1 2 3 4 Final Richmond (9-3) 7 3 14 14 38 Hampton (11-1) 0 10 0 0 10

SCORING SUMMARY 1 2 3 4 Final Furman (11-2) 7 10 7 0 24 Richmond (9-4) 14 0 0 6 20

02:58 (1st) 14:48 (2nd) 07:58 (2nd) 02:48 (2nd) 06:11 (3rd) 04:39 (3rd) 10:28 (4th) 03:17 (4th)

12:58 (1st) 09:39 (1st) 04:09 (1st) 06:10 (2nd) 01:07 (2nd) 08:19 (3rd) 08:20 (4th)

#12 Richmond 38, #2 Hampton 10

UR - Stacy Tutt 1 yd run (Joseph Fore kick) HAM - Andrew Paterini 44 yd field goal HAM - Onrea Jones 7 yd pass from Antwan Smith (Andrew Paterini kick) UR - Joseph Fore 22 yd field goal UR - Tim Hightower 3 yd run (Joseph Fore kick) UR - David Freeman 2 yd run (Joseph Fore kick) UR - Tim Hightower 8 yd run (Joseph Fore kick) UR - David Freeman 2 yd run (Joseph Fore kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RICHMOND Rushing (Att-Yds): Freeman 21-117-2TD, Hightower 15-73-2TD, Tutt 15-61-1TD Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Tutt 12-19-2-102 Receiving (Rec-Yds): Shields 6-55, Desriveaux 3-19, Freeman 2-27, Crone 1-1 Interceptions (No-Yds): Mallory 1-20, Campbell 1-37 HAMPTON Rushing (Att-Yds): Coleman 14-34, Shepherd 10-34, Smith 9-20, Daniels 6-12 Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Smith 15-27-1-221-1TD, Shepherd 6-8-1-37 Receiving (Rec-Yds): Jones 11-192-1TD, Daniels 5-19, McDaniel 3-26, Lomax 1-13, James 1-8 Interceptions (No-Yds): Dougan 1-0, Foye 1-7

David Freeman rushed for 117 yards and two touchdowns and caught two passes for 27 yards in the Spiders’ 38-10 win over Hampton in the 2005 NCAA I-AA First Round.

#3 Furman 24, #12 Richmond 20

UR - Joe Stewart 15 yd pass from Stacy Tutt (Joseph Fore kick) FUR - Daric Carter 18 yd pass from Ingle Martin (Scott Beckler kick) UR - Stacy Tutt 4 yd run (Joseph Fore kick) FUR - Jerome Felton 2 yd run (Scott Beckler kick) FUR - Scott Beckler 36 yd field goal FUR - Jerome Felton 1 yd run (Scott Beckler kick) UR - Ben Teufel 10 yd pass from Stacy Tutt (Joseph Fore kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RICHMOND Rushing (Att-Yds): Tutt 18-102-1TD, Hightower 15-90, Freeman 1-3 Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Tutt 15-30-0-153-2TD Receiving (Rec-Yds): Shields 5-63, Desriveaux 3-33, Stewart 2-29-1TD, Hale 2-16, Hightower 2-2, Teufel 1-10-1TD Interceptions (No-Yds): None FURMAN Rushing (Att-Yds): Felton 20-92-2TD, Carter 7-46, Gipson 12-37, Mays 3-17, Brigham 1-9, Martin 5-1, TEAM 3-(-8) Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Martin 17-25-0-249-1TD Receiving (Rec-Yds): Stepp 11-143, Sprague 3-62, Carter 3-44-1TD Interceptions (No-Yds): None

Stacy Tutt threw for 153 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 102 yards and a touchdown in Richmond’s 24-20 loss to Furman in the 2005 NCAA I-AA Quarterfinals.

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2007 FCS Quarterfinals

November 24, 2007 UR Stadium (3,253) • Richmond, Va.

December 1, 2007 Gibbs Stadium (8,500) • Spartanburg, S.C.

#6 Richmond 31, #9 Eastern Kentucky 14 RICHMOND, Va. -- Tim Hightower rushed for 180 yards and a touchdown and Eric Ward threw for one touchdown and ran for another, leading Richmond past Eastern Kentucky 31-14 in the first round of the football championship subdivision playoffs. The Spiders (10-2) head to Wofford and make a quarterfinal appaearnce for the second time since 2005. Eastern Kentucky, outgained 417-288, finished 9-3. Ward was 13-for-18 for 139 yards and the Spiders’ defense helped out with a pair of interceptions and two fumble recoveries. Richmond did not turn the ball over, becoming the first team this season not to commit a giveaway against the Colonels. Hightower scored on a 2-yard run to give Richmond a 14-0 lead, capping a drive set up by David Horton’s interception. Hightower also had a 30-yard burst on Richmond’s opening drive, which ended with Andrew Howard’s 25-yard field goal. Ward’s 9-yard scoring run made it 17-0 3:23 before halftime. Josh Vaughan added a 40-yard touchdown run and Ward hit Kevin Grayson for a 5-yard touchdown after halftime. Eastern Kentucky’s points came on a 2-yard run by Bobby Washington and a pass from Josh Greco to Quinton Williams, the latter on the first play of the fourth quarter. The Spiders rushed for 278 yards, the Colonels just 54 yards.

SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- Tim Hightower rushed for two second-half touchdowns to lead Richmond to its first-ever spot in the Football Championship Subdivision semifinals in a 21-10 victory at Wofford. The Spiders (11-2) set a school mark for wins this season when Hightower found the end zone. He had an 18-yard run to the Wofford 1, then followed with his first touchdown to put Richmond ahead 14-10 with 11:55 to play. The Spiders got the ball back three minutes later when safety Michael Ireland picked up a botched punt attempt -- the only one tried by either team -- and ran it back to the Terriers’ 1. Hightower scored one play later and Richmond was up 21-10. Hightower was held to 88 yards, nearly 100 fewer than the 180 he put up in the opening playoff victory over Eastern Kentucky last week. The road won’t get easier for the Colonial Athletic Association co-champs -- the Spiders will likely travel to face two-time defending NCAA FCS winners, Appalachian State in the semis. Wofford (9-4) had beaten the Mountaineers in September, three games after Appalachian’s stunning victory at Michigan. The Terriers had hoped to face their Southern Conference brothers once again with a spot in the national finals on the line. But they couldn’t get past Hightower and the Spiders.

SCORING SUMMARY 1 2 3 4 Final Eastern Kentucky (9-3) 0 7 0 7 14 Richmond (10-2) 3 14 7 7 31

SCORING SUMMARY 1 2 3 4 Final Richmond (11-2) 0 7 0 14 21 Wofford (9-4) 0 3 7 0 10

05:03 (1st) 14:55 (2nd) 03:23 (2nd) 00:43 (2nd) 03:35 (3rd) 14:55 (4th) 11:13 (4th)

07:47 (2nd) 04:19 (1st) 03:34 (3rd) 11:55 (4th) 08:40 (4th)

UR - Andrew Howard 25 yd field goal UR - Tim Hightower 2 yd run (Andrew Howard kick) UR - Eric Ward 9 yd run (Andrew Howard kick) EKU - Bobby Washington 2 yd run (Taylor Long kick) UR - Josh Vaughan 40 yd run (Andrew Howard kick) EKU - Quinton Williams 6 yd pass from Josh Greco (Taylor Long kick) UR - Kevin Grayson 6 yd pass from Eric Ward (Andrew Howard kick) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RICHMOND Rushing (Att-Yds): Hightower 31-180-1TD; Vaughan 9-85-1TD; Ward 9-17-1TD; TEAM 2-minus 4. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Eric Ward 13-18-0-139-1TD Receiving (Rec-Yds): Grayson 4-61-1TD; Crone 3-40; Hightower 3-14; Vaughan 2-9; Riddell 1-15. Interceptions (No.-Yds): Harris (1-0); Hortion (1-14) EASTERN KENTUCKY Rushing (Att-Yds): Washington (8-23-1TD); Dunn (7-15); Holland (5-11); Walker (1-4); Watts (1-1); Greco (6-0) Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Greco (12-23-1-206-1TD); Holland (5-12-1-28) Receiving (Rec-Yds): Washington (5-82); Barber (4-62); Williams (3-52-1TD); Cromer (3-27); Phelps (1-7); Dunn (1-4) Interceptions (No-Yds): None

The Richmond defense gave EKU no where to run and no where to hide, forcing four turnovers and holding the Colonels to just 54 rushing yards in the NCAA first-round win.

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#6 Richmond 21, #11 Wofford 10

WOF - Patrick Mugan 22 yd field goal UR - Joe Stewart 10 yd pass from Eric Ward (Andrew Howard kick) WOF - Michael Hobbs 1 yd run (Patrick Mugan kick) UR - Tim Hightower 1 yd run (Andrew Howard kick) UR - Tim Hightower 1 yd run (Andrew Howard kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RICHMOND Rushing (Att-Yds): Hightower 23-88-2TD; Ward 7-25; Vaughan 3-21; TEAM 3-minus 6 Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Ward 20-30-1-181-1TD Receiving (Rec-Yds): Grayson 8-92; Mitchell 3-29; Riddell 3-24; Stewart 2-18-1TD; Rogers 1-7; Vaughan 1-6; Hightower 1-3; Crone 1-2 Interceptions (No-Yds): Ireland 1-21 WOFFORD Rushing (Att-Yds): Johnson 16-89; Romero 8-73; Hobbs 10-47-1TD; Marshall 6-25; Whitehurst 2-8; Strickland 1-3; Young 2-3; Collier 12-minus 1; Joslin 2-minus 19; Tommie 1-minus 33 Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Collier 9-15-1-112 Receiving (Rec-Yds): Strickland 6-98; Joslin 1-7; Smith 1-5; Dane Romero 1-2 Interceptions (No-Yds): Dawkins 1-0

Tim Hightower scored a pair of TDs in the fourth quarter, sending the Spiders to the NCAA Semifinals forthe first time history and clinching Richmond’s eighth-straight win.

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2008 FCS First Round

#5 Appalachian State 55, #6 Richmond 35

#7 Richmond 38, #21 Eastern Kentucky 10

BOONE, N.C. -- Appalachian State began the season by stunning Michigan and will end it playing for a record third straight national championship. The Mountaineers can thank their elusive and versatile quarterback for their latest victory. Armanti Edwards rushed for 313 yards and four touchdowns and threw for 182 yards and three more scores as Appalachian State advanced to the Football Championship Subdivision title game with a 55-35 win over Richmond. Edwards, a sophomore, dominated on the ground as the Mountaineers built a 21-point lead. After Richmond rallied to tie, Edwards went to the air to put it away. His 29-yard TD pass to tight end Nic Cardwell with 10 minutes left made it 49-35. His 13-yard TD pass to Cardwell with 5:27 left iced it. Edwards’ rushing yards were the most by a quarterback in FCS - formerly Division I-AA - history, and 18 shy of the playoff rushing record. He also completed 14 of 16 passes in a nearly flawless performance that ended with the fans tearing down the goal posts, the same way they did when the Mountaineers won at Michigan in September. Behind Edwards’ shiftiness and quick bursts of speed, Appalachian State (12-2) won its fifth straight game and plays Delaware for the title in Chattanooga, Tenn. (ASU went on to beat Delaware, 49-21, and claim its third consecutive national championship.) Eric Ward threw for 208 yards and three touchdowns and ran for two more scores for Richmond (12-3), which had its eight-game winning streak snapped in its first FCS semifinal appearance. Spiders career-rushing leader Tim Hightower finished with 97 yards on 22 carries.

RICHMOND, Va. -- Eric Ward threw for 245 yards, Tre Gray had a pair of touchdown receptions and Richmond took advantage of four turnovers to defeat Eastern Kentucky 38-10 in the first round of the Football Championship Series playoffs. The Spiders (10-3) advanced to play at Appalachian State in the quarterfinals next Saturday. The Colonels (8-4) had a seven-game winning streak snapped and dropped their 13th straight non-conference road game. Ward was 16 of 23, completing seven passes to Gray for 87 yards. Kevin Grayson caught five passes for 107 yards. Richmond’s Josh Vaughan rushed for 90 yards on 23 carries. The Spiders broke a 10-10 halftime tie by scoring on their first four possessions of the second half. After Shawn White returned a short kickoff to the Eastern Kentucky 34, a pair of catches gave the Spiders a first-and-goal on the 9, and Vaughan scored on an 11-yard run around the left side. The next drive began on the 20 following Patrick Weldon’s interception. Ward and Gray connected on a 14-yard score. Gray’s leaping, 23-yard touchdown catch pushed the Spiders’ lead to 31-10 with 13:38 remaining in the game. The Colonels failed on a fourth-and-4 from their 38 setting up the Spiders’ final scoring drive. Vaughan then scored on a 17-yard run. The teams traded turnovers in a scoreless first quarter with each quarterback throwing an interception and the Spiders losing a fumbled punt. The Colonels had a second fumble recovery deep in Richmond territory negated by a penalty for roughing the punt receiver. The Colonels began a drive on their 20 late in the first quarter and Cody Watts replaced Allan Holland as quarterback. The new-look offense was successful, moving 48 yards before stalling for a 49-yard field goal by Taylor Long. Richmond took the lead on a 45-yard pass from Ward to Grayson. Eastern Kentucky capped a 92-yard scoring drive with Holland’s 1-yard run. The Colonels began with 2:07 left and Holland completed six straight passes, the last a 48-yarder to Garnett Phelps to Richmond’s 1. The Spiders retaliated with Andrew Howard’s 26-yard field goal after Ward had completed passes of 27 and 19 yards. The Colonels stuffed Richmond’s running attack in the first half, holding the Spiders to 30 yards on 16 carries. The Spiders finished with 412 yards, controlling the ball for 36:09, 12:35 in the fourth quarter. Eastern Kentucky was limited to 84 yards rushing, the sixth straight game the Spiders have held their opponents to less than 100 yards rushing. Holland was 20 for 35 for 181 yards.

December 7, 2007 Kidd Brewer Stadium (24,140) • Boone, N.C.

SCORING SUMMARY 1 2 3 4 Final Richmond (11-3) 7 14 14 0 35 Appalachian State (12-2) 21 14 7 13 55 09:34 (1st) 06:29 (1st) 03:35 (1st) 00:29 (1st) 14:41 (2nd) 13:42 (2nd) 10:36 (2nd) 00:21 (2nd) 11:57 (3rd) 09:02 (3rd) 04:41 (3rd) 10:11 (4th) 05:27 (4th)

ASU - Dexter Jackson 52 yd pass from Armanti Edwards (Julian Rauch kick) ASU - Armanti Edwards 7 yd run (Julian Rauch kick) UR - Kevin Grayson 29 yd pass from Eric Ward (Andrew Howard kick) ASU - Armanti Edwards 9 yd run (Julian Rauch kick) ASU - Armanti Edwards 36 yd run (Julian Rauch kick) UR - Kevin Grayson 26 yd pass from Eric Ward (Andrew Howard kick) ASU - Armanti Edwards 3 yd run (Julian Rauch kick) UR - Eric Ward 37 yd run (Andrew Howard kick) UR - Joe Stewart 17 yd pass from Eric Ward (Andrew Howard kick) UR - Eric Ward 5 yd run (Andrew Howard kick) ASU - Kevin Richardson 3 yd run (Julian Rauch kick) ASU - Nic Cardwell 29 yd pass from Armanti Edwards (Julian Rauch kick) ASU - Nic Cardwell 13 yd pass from Armanti Edwards (Julian Rauch kick blckd)

November 29, 2008 UR Stadium (2,994) • Richmond, Va.

SCORING SUMMARY 1 2 3 4 Final Eastern Kentucky (8-4) 0 10 0 0 10 Richmond (10-3) 0 10 14 14 38

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RICHMOND Rushing (Att-Yds): Hightower 22-95; Ward 11-79-2TD; Vaughan 3-12; Healy 1-8 Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Ward 14-30-1-208-3TD; Healy 0-1-0-0 Receiving (Rec-Yds): Grayson 7-122; Mitchell 2-28; Stewart 2-27; Hightower 1-17; Riddell 1-12; Crone 1-2 Interceptions (No-Yds): None

13:13 (2nd) 05:21 (2nd) 00:30 (2nd) 00:00 (2nd) 11:19 (3rd) 06:04 (3rd) 13:38 (4th) 09:58 (4th)

EKU - Taylor Long 49 yd field goal UR - Kevin Grayson 45 yd pass from Eric Ward (Andrew Howard kick) EKU - Allan Holland 1 yd run (Taylor Long kick) UR - Andrew Howard 27 yd field goal UR - Josh Vaughan 11 yd run (Andrew Howard kick) UR - Tre Gray 14 yd pass from Eric Ward (Andrew Howard kick) UR - Tre Gray 23 yd pass from Eric Ward (Andrew Howard kick) UR - Josh Vaughan 17 yd run (Andrew Howard kick)

APPALACHIAN STATE Rushing (Att-Yds): Edwards 31-313-4TD; Richardson 15-76-1TD; Elder 2-28; Washington 3-14; Moore 2-5; TEAM 1-minus 1 Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Edwards 14-16-0-182-3TD Receiving (Rec-Yds): Batichon 7-60; Cardwell 2-42-2TD; Jackson 1-52-1TD; Courman 1-24; Johnson 1-7; Hillary 1-2; Richardson 1-minus 5 Interceptions (No-Yds): Lynch 1-2

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RICHMOND Rushing (Att-Yds): Vaughan 23-90-2TD; Wilkins 10-41; Mitchell 1-7; Ward 8-4; Healy 3-3. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Ward 16-23-1-245; Healy 1-2-0-22; Grayson 0-1-0-0. Receiving (Rec-Yds): Gray 7-87-2TD; Grayson 5-107-1TD; Vaughan 2-12; Prokell 1-22; Monteverde 1-20; Stewart 1-19. Interceptions (No-Yds): Weldon 1-18; Hatcher 1-10. EASTERN KENTUCKY Rushing (Att-Yds): Watts 6-35; Walker 5-27; Bradley 5-21; Fuqua 1-3; Holland 4-minus 2-1TD. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Holland 20-35-2-181; Watts 1-1-0-4. Receiving (Rec-Yds): Bradley 5-21; Fuqua 4-44; Phelps 3-62; Watts 2-19; Davis 2-14; Sizemore 2-12; Walker 2-9; Cromer 1-4. Interceptions (No-Yds): Caldwell 1-2.

Richmond stunned the Appalachian State sell-out crowd of 24,140 with three straight TDs to tie the game at 35-35, before the eventual National Champs pulled away late.

Tre Gray, who led the Spiders in receiving yards for three of four 2008 NCAA Playoff games, scores one of his two TDs in the Eastern Kentucky win.

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2008 FCS Semifinals

#7 Richmond 33, #2 Appalachian State 13

#7 Richmond 21, #4 Northern Iowa 20

BOONE, N.C. -- Josh Vaughan ran for 133 yards and three touchdowns to help Richmond upset defending national champion Appalachian State 33-13 on Saturday in the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs. The Spiders (11-3) advance to the FCS -- formerly Division 1-AA -- semifinals for the second consecutive year and face Northern Iowa, which defeated New Hampshire 36-34. Armanti Edwards threw for 323 yards and one touchdown and ran for another score for the three-time FCS champion Mountaineers (11-3). But Edwards also threw a career-worst five interceptions in the second half, leading to four Richmond scores. Eric Ward also had a rushing score, and Andrew Howard and Brian Radford both added field goals for the Spiders. Appalachian State took a 7-0 lead late in the first quarter, driving 95 yards -- aided by a 15-yard face mask call, and a pass interference in the end zone on Richmond -- before Edwards scored on a 2-yard run with 2:58 left. The Spiders had a chance to tie the game with Vaughan scoring on a 13-yard run with 4.2 seconds left in the first quarter to pull the score to 7-6. Howard bounced his extra-point attempt off the right upright. Richmond then took the lead on Howard’s 36-yard field goal with 9:05 left in the third quarter, with backto-back interceptions by Seth Williams to set up TD runs of 1 yard by Vaughan and 5 yards by Ward to put the Spiders ahead 23-7. The Mountaineers pulled within 23-13 on Edwards’ 4-yard touchdown pass to T.J. Courman with 1:51 left in the third quarter, but Richmond took advantage of two more interceptions to add a 27-yard field goal by Radford and a 1-yard Vaughan TD run.

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa -- Eric Ward and the Richmond Spiders never doubted, never wavered. Down 20-7 going into the fourth quarter? Well, get some stops on defense and start moving on offense. Which is just what they did. Eric Ward threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to Joe Stewart with 14 seconds left and Andrew Howard kicked the extra point, giving Richmond a 21-20 victory over Northern Iowa on Saturday and sending the Spiders to the Football Championship Subdivision title game. Richmond (12-3) reached the final for the first time and will play Montana in Chattanooga, Tenn., on Friday night. The 12 victories are a school record for the Spiders, who lost to Appalachian State 55-35 in last year’s national semifinals. The unseeded Spiders beat second-seeded Appalachian State in the quarterfinals before knocking off third-seeded Northern Iowa (12-3), which was seeking its second trip to the championship game in four years. Richmond started the winning drive at its own 38 with 1:44 remaining and no timeouts left. Ward completed six passes in the march, including a 4-yarder to Shawn White on fourth-and-2 at the UNI 26 -- White’s only catch of the game. Two plays later, Ward hit Stewart in the end zone. Ward also threw a 40-yard touchdown pass to Kevin Grayson and scored on a 1-yard sneak that drew the Spiders to 20-14 with 11:16 left. He finished 28-of-35 for a career-high 280 yards and no interceptions. Pat Grace’s two third-quarter touchdown passes helped the Panthers build their 20-7 lead, but after stopping the Spiders on fourth-and-1 with 2:13 to play, they couldn’t come up with another big stop in the final drive. Grace was 19-of-28 for 224 yards, including touchdown passes of 4 yards to Ryan Mahaffey and 10 yards to Jarred Herring. But Grace overthrew Herring and Schuylar Oordt on what would have been sure touchdowns and dropped a throwback pass when he had four blockers and an open field in front of him. The Panthers stalled four times on good drives and had to settle for Billy Hallgren’s field-goal attempts. Hallgren connected from 35 and 25 yards, but missed from 42 and 51 yards. Late in the game, when Northern Iowa had a chance to run out the clock, Farley went conservative on third-and-8 at his own 44. Grace ran for 2 yards, the Panthers punted and Derek Hatcher returned it 26 yards, giving the Spiders decent field position for their winning drive.

December 6, 2008 Kidd Brewer Stadium (15,215) • Boone, N.C.

SCORING SUMMARY 1 2 3 4 Final Richmond (11-3) 6 0 17 10 33 Appalachian State (11-3) 7 0 6 0 13 02:58 (1st) 00:04 (1st) 09:05 (3rd) 07:21 (3rd) 05:46 (3rd) 01:51 (3rd) 10:10 (4th) 01:38 (4th)

ASU - Armanti Edwards 2 yd run (Jason Vitaris kick) UR - Josh Vaughan 13 yd run (Andrew Howard kick failed) UR - Andrew Howard 36 yd field goal UR - Josh Vaughan 1 yd run (Andrew Howard kick) UR - Eric Ward 5 yd run (Andrew Howard kick) ASU - T.J. Courman 4 yd pass from Armanti Edwards (Armanti Edwards pass failed) UR - Brian Radford 27 yd field goal UR - Josh Vaughan 1 yd run (Andrew Howard kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RICHMOND Rushing (Att-Yds): Vaughan 32-133-3TD; Ward 16-91-1TD; Wilkins 1-20; TEAM 3-minus 6. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Ward 10-24-0-121. Receiving (Rec-Yds): Grayson 5-48; Stewart 2-20; Wilkins 1-27; Bischoff 1-17; Gray 1-9. Interceptions (No-Yds): Williams 3-74; Ireland 1-33; Rogers 1-0. APPALACHIAN STATE Rushing (Att-Yds): Radford 7-11; Cline 1-8; Hillary 1-8; Welton 4-8; Edwards 8-3-1TD; Presley 2-1. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Edwards 26-41-5-323; Hillary 0-1-0-0. Receiving (Rec-Yds): Courman 7-63-1TD; Quick 6-94; Hillary 5-41; Elder 3-48; Cline 3-25; Jorden 2-52. Interceptions (No-Yds): None.

December 13, 2008 UNI-Dome (12,062) • Cedar Falls, Iowa.

SCORING SUMMARY 1 2 3 4 Final Richmond (12-3) 0 7 0 14 21 Northern Iowa (12-3) 3 0 17 0 20 03:38 (1st) 06:50 (2nd) 10:05 (3rd) 08:27 (3rd) 00:24 (3rd) 11:16 (4th) 00:14 (4th)

UNI - Billy Hallgren 35 yd field goal UR - Kevin Grayson 40 yd pass from Eric Ward (Andrew Howard kick) UNI - Ryan Mahaffey 4 yd pass from Pat Grace (Billy Hallgren kick) UNI - Jarred Herring 10 yd pass from Pat Grace (Billy Hallgren kick) UNI - Billy Hallgren 25 yd field goal UR - Eric Ward 1 yd run (Andrew Howard kick) UR - Joe Stewart 13 yd pass from Eric Ward (Andrew Howard kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RICHMOND Rushing (Att-Yds): Vaughan 17-86; Ward 9-33-1TD; Wilkins 1-6; Mitchell 1-6; Crone 1-3. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Ward 28-35-0-280. Receiving (Rec-Yds): Gray 6-68; Stewart 5-71-1TD; Boston 4-39; Vaughan 4-18; Grayson 3-51-1TD; Crone 3-12; Mitchell 2-17; White 1-4. Interceptions (No-Yds): None. NORTHERN IOWA Rushing (Att-Yds): Lewis 12-77; Law 13-53; Grace 8-15; Herring 1-1. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Grace 19-28-0-224; Eyman 0-1-0-0 Receiving (Rec-Yds): Collins 6-46; Turner 4-67; Law 2-30; Herring 2-19-1TD; Oordt 1-49; Eyman 1-8; Hord 1-7; Mahaffey 1-4-1TD; Lewis 1-2; Grace 0-minus 8. Interceptions (No-Yds): None.

Josh Vaughan rushed for three touchdowns as the Spiders rolled over Appalachian State to end the Mountaineers three-year National Championship run.

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Joe Stewart celebrates his game-tying touchdown in the final seconds at UNI. Andrew Howard booted the winning extra point that sent the Spiders to their first-ever NCAA Championship game.

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The Comeback Kids

On their way to their first title, the unseeded Spiders beat the second, third and fourth seeds in the Division I Football Championship. They trailed in each of their first three games. Richmond’s Path To FCS Championship Opponent Deficit First round, def. No. 21 Eastern Kentucky 3 Quarterfinals, def. No. 2 Appalachian State 7 Semifinals, def. No. 3 Northern Iowa 13 Final, def. No. 4 Montana 0

TEAM STATS 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

Montana Richmond 15 16 25-39 39-208 267 119 38-19-1 19-13-0 63-306 58-327 0-0 1--2 1-8 3-37 5-82 1-20 0-0 1-21 5-35.0 5-38.0 1-1 0-0 5-57 3-40 28:59 31:01 5 of 14 5 of 12 1 of 2 1 of 1 1-2 2-3 1-8 7-34

December 19, 2008 Finley Stadium (17,823) • Chattanooga, Tenn.

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. -- Richmond coach Mike London heard talk from Montana fans expecting an easy national championship win. After all, his Spiders lost three of their first seven games. Turns out it was Richmond that got the easy win. Eric Ward caught a touchdown pass and threw for another score, Josh Vaughan ran for 162 yards and a touchdown and the Spiders dominated Montana 24-7 on Friday night for the school’s first Football Championship Subdivision national championship. “I guess the only ones who believed we could do this thing were the people inside the Richmond program,” said London, in his first season in charge at his alma mater. The team held a players-only meeting on Oct. 12 after a loss to James Madison and pledged not to give up on making a playoff run. Richmond (13-3) won its next eight games behind the calm coaching of London, who replaced Dave Clawson after two seasons as defensive coordinator at Virginia. The Spiders went on to upset defending national champion Appalachian State in the playoff quarterfinals and hung on to beat Northern Iowa before toppling two-time national champion Montana. A crowd of mostly Richmond fans rushed the field in Chattanooga, surrounding the players as they accepted the championship trophy. The Grizzlies (14-2), who lost the 2004 championship to James Madison and were making their fifth trip to the title game, found themselves in a 21-0 hole by halftime. “We picked a really bad day not to show up,” Montana safety Colt Anderson said. Ward struck first when he pitched the ball to fullback John Crone just a few minutes into the game. The quarterback took off toward the end zone and Crone hit him from 23 yards out -- his first touchdown pass and Ward’s first touchdown reception. “I began giggling when it was called, because I never thought we would run it,” Crone said. “It happened in slow motion and when I saw him open, I knew I had to hit him or I would never hear the end of it.” Montana moved quickly downfield in an attempt to answer, but the drive stalled at the 11 and Brody McKnight missed a 34-year field goal attempt. Little would go right for the Grizzlies the rest of the half. Cole Bergquist threw a 15-yard pass to Steven Pfahler deep in Montana territory, but a penalty for an illegal block erased the play and another drive stalled. Richmond took over at the Montana 34 and, three players later, Vaughan bounced a run outside and scored from 5 yards out to make it 14-0 with 11:29 left in the first half. Ward’s 13-yard touchdown pass to Garrett Wilkins with 2:13 to go before halftime capped a 12-play, 75-yard drive that took up nearly 7 minutes. Bergquist was sacked seven times in the game, with Lawrence Sidbury responsible for four of them. The Montana quarterback completed 19 of 36 passes for 267 yards and an interception. “We did nothing special,” Sidbury said. “We just did what we are coached to do. We were able to get pressure on them.” Marc Mariani caught seven passes for 172 yards for the Grizzlies. Montana didn’t reach the end zone until 11:56 left in the game, when Chase Reynolds plowed in from 4 yards out. But Eric McBride picked off Bergquist moments later, and Brian Radford’s 39-yard field goal with 6:54 left in the game dashed any hopes of a Montana comeback. “The did a really nice job, doing to us what we’ve been doing to people we’ve played lately,” Montana coach Bobby Hauck said. “They gave a great effort. They got out to a good start and held on. They played great defense and did’t let us back in the game.”

Montana (14-2) Richmond (13-3)

SCORING SUMMARY 1 2 3 4 Final 0 0 0 7 7 7 14 0 3 24

09:02 (1st) UR - Eric Ward 23 yd pass from John Crone (Andrew Howard kick) 11:29 (2nd) UR - Josh Vaughan 5 yd run (Andrew Howard kick) 02:13 (2nd) UR - Garrett Wilkins 13 yd pass from Eric Ward (Andrew Howard kick) 11:56 (4th) UM - Chase Reynolds 4 yd run (Brody McKnight kick) 06:54 (4th) UR - Brian Radford 39 yd field goal INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RICHMOND Rushing (Att-Yds): Vaughan 23-162--1TD; Ward 12-46; Crone 2-4; TEAM 2-minus 4. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Ward 12-18-0-96; Crone 1-1-0-23. Receiving (Rec-Yds): Gray 6-44; Grayson 2-25; Ward 1-23-1TD; Wilkins 1-13-1TD; Crone 1-7; Vaughan 1-4; Mitchell 1-3. Interceptions (No-Yds): McBride 1-21. MONTANA Rushing (Att-Yds): Reynolds 12-47-1TD; Bergquist 13-minus 8. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Bergquist 19-36-1-267; Selle 0-2-0-0. Receiving (Rec-Yds): Mariani 7-172; Reynolds 4-22; Pfahler 2-26; Palmer 2-19; Schulte 2-14; Beaudin 1-12; Ferriter 1-2. Interceptions (No-Yds): None.

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2009 FCS Quarterfinals

#4 Richmond 16, #9 Elon 13

#5 Appalachian State 35, #4 Richmond 31

RICHMOND, Va. -- Senior QB Eric Ward racked up 276 yards of total offense but No. 4 Richmond needed to dodge a pair of missed field goals by No. 9 Elon in the final 90 seconds and held on to win 16-13 in an NCAA First Round playoff game at UR Stadium. Richmond (11-1) improved to 6-2 all-time in NCAA First Round games, advancing past the opening-round in three-consecutive seasons and four of the last five. Of Ward’s 276 yards, a career-best 136 came on the ground as the senior became just the 34th player in FCS history to surpass the 10,000-yard total offense mark in a career. He chewed off 74 yards on one play as he sprinted through the Elon defensive line, got key blocking downfield by his receivers and ran virtually untouched into the end zone to put the Spiders up 10-0 early in the second quarter. Senior kicker Andrew Howard booted two field goals before the break and the Spiders led 13-3 at the half. Elon (9-3) and Richmond traded second-half field goals before the Phoenix struck for a 22-yard touchdown pass from Scott Riddle to Terrell Hudgins with 9:04 left to make the score 16-13. That’s when another dramatic UR Stadium finish unfolded before a crowd of 6,143 - Richmond’s largest NCAA First Round crowd at home since 1998. Howard, who drilled his first three field goals of the game from 27 yards, 33 and 42 yards, misfired wide left on a 46-yard kick with 3:43 remaining. That missed kicked ended a clock-eating 10-play drive that consumed 5:21, but gave the Phoenix good field position at the 29. Riddle moved his team downfield in six plays - three completions to Hudgins - and took two shots to the end zone to Aaron Mellette and Hudgins, but settled for a 27-yard attempt by Shreiner on fourthand-three, which was pushed wide right. The Spiders went three-and-out and punted back to Elon with 25 seconds left and no timeouts. Riddle found Lance Camp for 16 yards, Hudgins for eight and Camp for six more, before spiking the ball with seven seconds left. Staring down a 48-yarder that would send the game to overtime, Shreiner had his game-tying attempt blocked by senior NG Parker Miles as the clock expired. The Spiders trademark “Stonewall Defense” yielded just 27 yards rushing and was at its best with Elon in the Red Zone, limiting the Phoenix to a pair of field goals after the visitors had the ball at the seven in the second quarter, and a pivotal defensive stand in the third quarter after a first-and-goal at the one.

RICHMOND, Va. -- Junior LB Eric McBride’s eight-yard fumble return for touchdown gave No. 4 Richmond the lead with less than four minutes remaining, but Appalachian State QB Armanti Edwards engineered a game-winning drive that lifted his Mountaineers past the Spiders, 35-31, in the NCAA Quarterfinals at UR Stadium. Edwards threw a four-yard touchdown pass to Matt Cline with 10 seconds to play, capping a wild last few minutes and giving Appalachian State (11-2) the victory over the defending champion Spiders (11-2) in the last-ever Richmond Football game at venerable UR Stadium. The finish was wild, beginning with McBride’s strip with 3:26 left that looked like it might rescue the Spiders, who had not trailed in the game until the fourth quarter. On the play, the Spiders punted and Travaris Cadet fielded it inside his 10 for the Mountaineers. While he was trying to return it, McBride stripped the ball from his arms and took it eight yards into the end zone -- a critical play that gave Richmond the lead back at 31-28. But the Mountaineers had plenty of time, and used almost all of it in driving 70 yards before Edwards rifled the third-down pass to Cline, just out of the diving reach of Michael Ireland. The touchdown capped a 21-point fourth quarter for the Mountaineers, who hadn’t led until Edwards’ second scoring run with 4:27 remaining that gave them a 28-24 edge. Earlier in the quarter, Devon Moore had capped a three-play, 64-yard drive with a five-yard run, and then started a 73-yard drive with runs of 15, 11 and 22 yards. Moore, who finished with 175 yards on 22 carries, also had a six-yard burst to set up a first-and-goal from the three, and Edwards faked the handoff to Moore on the next play and scampered untouched for the TD. Like at the start of the game, both teams scored on their first possession after halftime. Appalachian State needed to go just 43 yards after Devin Radford’s career-best 46-yard kickoff return. The drive included a four-yard run by Moore on a fourth-and-two from the Richmond 35, and the game was tied at 14 three plays later when Moore ran it in from the 19. The Spiders needed 14 plays to regain the lead. Kendall Gaskins had a 2-yard run on fourth-and-one from the Mountaineers’ 36 and Richmond quarterback Eric Ward had an 18-yard run on third-and-13 from the 22. Gaskins ran it in from the one to make it 21-14 three plays later. Richmond had two chances to extend its lead, but settled for field goal tries both times. Andrew Howard missed the first, from 29 yards, but made the second from 27 with 9:23 left. Ward, who played his final game as a Spider, capped his brilliant career with a 17-of-31 effort through the air for 202 yards and a TD. He also rushed 11 times for 51 yards. It marked his fourth 200-yard passing games in the Playoffs. SCORING SUMMARY 1 2 3 4 Final Appalachian State (11-2) 7 0 7 21 35 Richmond (11-2) 7 7 7 10 31

November 28, 2009 UR Stadium (6,143) • Richmond, Va.

Elon (9-3) Richmond (11-1) 03:43 (1st) 14:49 (2nd) 09:43 (2nd) 06:31 (2nd) 10:12 (3rd) 12:19 (4th) 09:04 (4th)

1 0 3

SCORING SUMMARY 2 3 3 3 10 0

4 7 3

December 5, 2009 UR Stadium (7,272) • Richmond, Va.

Final 13 16

UR - Andrew Howard 27 yd field goal UR - Eric Ward 74 yd run (Andrew Howard kick) EL - Adam Shreiner 24 yd field goal UR - Andrew Howard 33 yd field goal EL - Adam Shreiner 18 yd field goal UR - Andrew Howard 42 yd field goal EL - Terrell Hudgins 22 yd pass from Scott Riddle (Adam Shreiner kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS ELON Rushing (Att-Yds): Harris 8-22; Newsome 8-20; Riddle 4-0; Camp 1 (-1); TEAM 1 (-14). Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Riddle 25-42-0-309; TEAM 0-2-0-0. Receiving (Rec-Yds): Hudgins 12-167; Camp 7-109; Labinowicz 3-23; Newsome 1-6; Peterson 1-6; Harris 1 (-2). Interceptions (No-Yds): Wilson 2-0; Sullivan 1-0. RICHMOND Rushing (Att-Yds): Ward 10-136; Forte 25-96; Grayson 1-15; Gaskins 2-6; Keating 1-4; Wilkins 3-3. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Ward 14-26-3-140. Receiving (Rec-Yds): Grayson 6-50; Forte 3-45; Boston 2-11; Gray 1-17; Mitchell 1-10; Wilkins 1-7. Interceptions (No-Yds): None.

Eric Ward threw for 140 yards and rushed for 136 yards, including a 74-yard TD run, as Richmond downed Elon, 16-13, in the 2009 NCAA First Round.

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09:06 (1st) 07:04 (1st) 08:17 (2nd) 12:04 (3rd) 04:22 (3rd) 09:23 (4th) 08:38 (4th) 04:27 (4th) 03:26 (4th) 00:10 (4th)

UR - Ben Keating 2 yd run (Andrew Howard kick) ASU - Armanti Edwards 16 yd run (Jason Vitaris kick) UR - Tre Gray 19 yd pass from Eric Ward (Andrew Howard kick) ASU - Devon Moore 17 yd run (Jason Vitaris kick) UR - Kendall Gaskins 1 yd run (Andrew Howard kick) UR - Andrew Howard 27 yd field goal ASU - Devon Moore 5 yd run (Jason Vitaris kick) ASU - Armanti Edwards 3 yd run (Jason Vitaris kick) UR - Eric McBride 8 yd fumble recovery (Andrew Howard kick) ASU - Matt Cline 4 yd pass from Armanti Edwards (Jason Vitaris kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS APPALACHIAN STATE Rushing (Att-Yds): Moore 22-175; Edwards 12-51; Radford 1-3; Cline 1(-1). Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Edwards 21-33-0-216 Receiving (Rec-Yds): Cline 9-87; Elder 4-64; Quick 2-28; Jorden 2-14; Moore 2-(-10); Frazier 1-27; Washington 1-6. Interceptions (No-Yds): None. RICHMOND Rushing (Att-Yds): Forte 18-58; Ward 11-51; Wilkins 3-22; Gaskins 6-10; Keating 1-2; Gray 1-2. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Ward 17-31-0-202. Receiving (Rec-Yds): Gray 5-91; Grayson 4-51; Prokell 2-37; Mitchell 2-16; Wilkins 2-1; Boston 1-4; Bischoff 1-2. Interceptions (No-Yds): None.

Tre Gray turned in another big postseason game with 91 yards and a TD, but Richmond’s late-season magic ran out in last-ever UR football game played at UR Stadium.

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2014 FCS Second Round

#18 Richmond 46, Morgan State 24

#6 Coastal Carolina 36, #18 Richmond 15

RICHMOND, Va. -- The No. 16/18 Richmond Spiders defeated the Morgan State Bears, 46-24, on Saturday afternoon at Robins Stadium to advance to the second round of the FCS Playoffs. With the victory, the Spiders advance to the second round of the FCS Playoffs and will face the No. 6/6 Coastal Carolina Chanticleers on Saturday in Coway, S.C. at 1 p.m. Richmond QB Michael Strauss had four touchdown passes on the day, while RB Seth Fisher accounted for three scores in the win. WR Reggie Diggs finished with eight receptions for 132 yards and two TDs. Defensively, DL Evan Kelly had three tackles, a sack and a forced fumble, while DB Justin Grant had eight stops and an interception. LB Eric Wright and DB Tafon Mainsah also had one interception each in the victory. The Spiders seized control of the contest early, scoring the game’s first 22 points to take a commanding lead after the first quarter. Strauss connected with Diggs on a 16-yard TD to open the scoring, while Fisher added a pair of 1-yard touchdown runs to take the 22-0 advantage. After Morgan State scored the next 10 points, Diggs’ second touchdown reception pushed the lead back to 19. Strauss notched his third TD pass of the game to begin the third quarter, connecting with Fisher on a 22-yard score. Leading 36-17 midway through the third quarter, K Peter Yoder connected on a 42-yard field goal – setting the Richmond school record with 19 field goals made this season. Strauss put an exclamation point on the team’s win in the fourth quarter, hitting WR Rashad Ponder on a 38-yard touchdown. Morgan State added a late score, but it would not be nearly enough as Richmond defeated the Bears, 46-24. The 46 points scored for the Spiders on Saturday is the most in the team’s 18-game FCS Playoff history. Defensively, the Spiders continued to force turnovers. After forcing the William & Mary Tribe in to three turnovers last week, UR was back at it again, forcing the Bears to turn it over three times as well. LB Omar Howard had a team-high eight tackles, while four Spiders tallied six tackles a piece.

RICHMOND, Va. -- The No. 16/18 Richmond Spiders fell to the No. 6 Coastal Carolina Chanticleers, 3615, on Saturday afternoon in Conway, S.C. in the second round of the FCS Playoffs. QB Michael Strauss passed for a season-high 402 yards and two touchdowns, while WR Brian Brown had eight receptions for a career-high 181 yards and two scores. WR Reggie Diggs had eight catches for 140 yards, while WR Rashad Ponder had nine receptions for 82 yards. Defensively, LB Omar Howard had a game-high 12 tackles, while DB Justin Grant had 10 stops. DL Winston Craig has six tackles, including a sack, while DB Tafon Mainsah had two stops and three pass breakups. In a defensive first half, Coastal Carolina was able to take a 14-0 lead in to the break. After pushing their lead to 21-0, Richmond got on the board with a 76-yard touchdown strike from Strauss to Brown – a career long for both players. After a two-point conversion, the lead was trimmed to 13, 21-8. Coastal was not to be denied, however, as the Chanticleers responded with 15 unanswered points to seize control of the game in the third quarter. In the fourth, Brown and Strauss would connect on a 15-yard touchdown, but it would not be enough as Coastal would advance to the FCS Playoff Quarterfinals, 36-15. With the loss, Richmond’s terrific 2014 season comes to an end. The Spiders won nine games in a season for the first time since 2009 and also reached the playoffs for the first time in five years.

November 29, 2014 Robins Stadium (4,126) • Richmond, Va.

Morgan State (7-6) Richmond (9-4) 12:03 07:06 00:51 12:41 09:10 00:20 13:22 05:40 00:24 08:29 04:26

(1st) (1st) (1st) (2nd) (2nd) (2nd) (3rd) (3rd) (3rd) (4th) (4th)

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SCORING SUMMARY 2 3 10 7 7 10

4 7 7

December 6, 2014 Brooks Stadium (5,601) • Conway, S.C.

Final 24 46

UR - Reggie Diggs 16 yd pass from Michael Strauss (Peter Yoder kick) UR - Seth Fisher 1 yd run (Brian Brown pass from Michael Strauss) UR - Seth Fisher 1 yd run (Peter Yoder kick) MSU - Chris Moller 29 yd field goal, 8-52 3:10, MSU 3 - RICHMOND 22 MSU - Moses Skillon 3 yd run (Chris Moller kick) RICHMOND - Reggie Diggs 11 yd pass from Michael Strauss (Peter Yoder kick) RICHMOND - Seth Fisher 22 yd pass from Michael Strauss (Peter Yoder kick) MSU - Andrew King 46 yd pass from Moses Skillon (Chris Moller kick) RICHMOND - Peter Yoder 42 yd field goal RICHMOND - Rashad Ponder 38 yd pass from Michael Strauss (Peter Yoder kick) MSU - L. Spearman 8 yd pass from Moses Skillon (Chris Moller kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Morgan State Rushing (Att-Yds): Walker, Jr. 21-120; Skillon 10-36; Johnson 2-10; Fisk 1-9. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Skillon 23-45-3-285. Receiving (Rec-Yds): King 5-80; Malbrough 5-48; Martin 4-43; Walker, Jr. 4-37; Spearman 3-63; Gillus III 2-14. Interceptions (No-Yds): Summers 1-2; Janvier1-0.

1 Richmond (9-5) 0 Coastal Carolina (12-1) 3 01:11 07:59 00:33 12:13 11:11 09:15 00:12 02:32

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SCORING SUMMARY 2 3 0 8 11 22

4 7 0

Final 15 36

CCU - Alex Catron 32 yd field goal CCU - Alex Catron 27 yd field goal CCU - Craig Weick 13 yd pass from Alex Ross (Austin Cain rush) CCU - Andre Johnson 9 yd run (Alex Catron kick) UR - Brian Brown 76 yd pass from Michael Strauss (Brian Brown pass from Michael Strauss) CCU - D. Henderson 50 yd run (Alex Ross pass from Chris Jones) CCU - Alex Ross 1 yd run (Alex Catron kick) UR - Brian Brown 15 yd pass from Michael Strauss (Peter Yoder kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS COASTAL CAROLINA Rushing (Att-Yds): Henderson 19-134; Johnson 13-58; Ross 12-52; Abercrombie 5-43; Daniels 2-30; Aiken, Aaron 2-5; TEAM 1-(-6). Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Ross 22-41-0-171. Receiving (Rec-Yds): Mapp 7-59; Henderson 4-18; Weick 3-31; Wheat 2-23; Blanks 2-14; Abercrombie 2-7; Israel 1-11; Brown 1-8. Interceptions (No-Yds): Summers 1-18; Thompson 1-0. RICHMOND Rushing (Att-Yds): Green 7-31; Hamlin 1-14; Fisher 8-13; Broadus 1-7; Abell 1-0; Strauss 1-(-11). Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Strauss 27-53-2-402. Receiving (Rec-Yds): Ponder 9-82; Brown 8-181; Diggs 8-140; Fitzpatrick 1-3; Seth Fisher 1-(-4). Interceptions (No-Yds): None.

RICHMOND Rushing (Att-Yds): Hamlin 10-51; Fisher 14-47; Green 10-45; Broadus 2-16; Abell 3-7; Rocco 1-2; TEAM 1-(1); Michael Strauss 1-(-3). Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yds): Strauss 22-32-1-272; Rocco 1-2-1-27. Receiving (Rec-Yds): Diggs 8-132; Brown 6-35; Green 4-51; Ponder 2-51; Fisher 1-22; McCombs 1-4; Bevels 1-4. Interceptions (No-Yds): Grant 1-6; Wright 1-0; Mainsah 1-0.

Michael Strauss threw for 272 yards and four touchdowns, as Richmond downed Morgan State, 46-24, in the 2014 NCAA First Round.

Brian Brown reeled in eight receptions for 181 yards and a pair of touchdowns, but Richmond’s great 2014 season would end in Conway, S.C. to the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers.

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1881 (2-0)

No University football team 3-0 3-0

1882 (1-0)

Coach: C.M. Hazen Captain: W. Wythe Davis Dec. 9 Randolph-Macon W

5-1

1883

Rain cancelled game vs. Randolph-Macon

1884

1885 (1-1)

3-1 1-2

1886 (1-1)

Coach: C.M. Hazen Captain: Herbert H. Harris Oct. 21 Randolph-Macon L Nov. 20 at Randolph-Macon W

0-1 3-1

1887 (1-1)

1888 (1-2)

Coach: C.M. Hazen Captain: Cecil H. Baker Nov. 12 at Randolph-Macon W 11-0 Nov. 29 Petersburg A.C. L 0-6 Dec. 9 McCabe University L 0-6

1889 (1-2)

Coach: Frank Johnson Captain: Frank Johnson Nov. 28 Petersburg A.C. L 0-6 Dec. 10 Wake Forest L 14-32 Dec. 16 Randolph-Macon W 42-0

1890 (0-3)

4-6 6-28 0-4

1891 (0-2)

Coach: Dana Rucker Captain: Frank W. Duke Nov. 9 Randolph-Macon L Nov. 23 Keswick School L

4-12 4-12

6-8 0-40 0-16 24-0 16-0

1893 (3-2)

Coach: Dana Rucker Captain: Frank W. Duke Sept. 30 Capitol City A.C. W Oct. 9 at Virginia L Nov. 10 at VMI L Nov. 13 at Allegheny Institute W Nov. 18 Randolph-Macon W

22-0 4-28 0-34 24-4 12-0

1894 (0-4-2)

Coach: Dana Rucker Captain: Roger W. Harrison Oct. 2 at Virginia L Oct. 18 Virginia L Nov. 3 at Norfolk (YMCA) T Nov. 10 at North Carolina L Nov. 17 at Georgetown L Dec. 1 at Hampden-Sydney T

0-48 0-28 4-4 0-28 0-34 0-0

1895 (0-5-1)

Coach: Dana Rucker Captain: Joseph Sallade Oct. 10 Hampton A.C. L Nov. 2 Hampden-Sydney T Nov. 11 at VMI L Nov. 12 at Virginia L Nov. 18 at North Carolina St. L Nov. 19 at North Carolina L

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0-26 0-32 6-4 26-0 8-6 0-22 0-20 0-26

Coach: O.L. Owen Captain: Burnel Lankford Oct. 15 at Randolph-Macon W Oct. 25 Hampden-Sydney T Oct. 29 at VMI L Nov. 1 at Washington & Lee L Nov. 14 Washington & Lee W Nov. 19 William & Mary W Nov. 24 at Newport New A.C. L

Coach: Julian Hill Captain: C.M. Stone Oct. 14 at Portsmouth A.C. Oct. 19 Pantops Academy Oct. 21 William & Mary Oct. 28 Hampden-Sydney

15-0 6-6 0-16 0-6 10-0 15-0 0-11

L W W L

0-16 17-0 41-0 5-34

L W W L L W L

0-51 5-0 11-0 0-16 0-84 11-6 0-34

Coach: Garnett Nelson Captain: Menalcus Lankford Oct. 10 Randolph-Macon L Oct. 26 at Washington & Lee L Oct. 28 at VMI L Nov. 2 Hampden-Sydney L Nov. 9 at William & Mary W Nov. 20 at Randolph-Macon L

0-6 0-39 0-79 0-70 27-11 0-11

1900 (3-4)

Coach: Edward Kenna Captain: B. West Tabb Oct. 10 at Virginia Oct. 15 Randolph-Macon Oct. 20 Fredericksburg Oct. 27 Woodberry Forest Oct. 31 at Georgetown Nov. 13 at Randolph-Macon Nov. 15 Hampden-Sydney

1901 (1-5)

1902 (3-3)

Coach: Graham Hobson Captain: Menalcus Lankford Oct. 18 Randolph-Macon W Oct. 25 at VMI L Nov. 8 Hoge Academy W Nov. 15 Hampden-Sydney W Nov. 22 at Washington & Lee L Nov. 27 at North Carolina State L

4-16 0-0 0-44 0-60 0-40 0-34

Coach: Fred Vail Captain: Hiram M. Smith Jr. Oct. 3 Petersburg YMCA W Oct. 10 Frederickburg W Oct. 19 Washington & Lee L Oct. 26 Danville Mil. Inst. T Oct. 31 ! Hampden-Sydney W Nov. 7 George Washington W Nov. 12 North Carolina State L Nov. 14 William & Mary W Nov. 21 Randolph-Macon W Nov. 26 at Tulane L

30-0 0-33 50-0 23-11 0-29 5-30

L W L L L L

38-0 34-0 0-11 6-6 23-0 22-6 0-53 24-0 16-0 5-18

0-18 34-0 0-17 0-32 6-15 5-16

0-12 0-22 0-6 0-0 0-12 1-0(f) 6-12 24-0 6-4 17-0 6-0

Coach: E.A. Dunlop Jr. Captain: O.R. Thraves Oct. 2 at Virginia Oct. 5 Maryland Oct. 12 North Carolina State Oct. 19 Randolph-Macon Oct. 26 at North Carolina State Nov. 9 Hampden-Sydney Nov. 16 at North Carolina Nov. 28 ! William & Mary Dec. 13 Randolph-Macon

L W L L L W L W L

0-38 11-5 4-7 11-12 0-11 38-0 11-13 48-0 10-14

1908 (3-5)

Coach: E.A. Dunlop Jr. Captains: G.B. Wright, A. Langford Oct. 3 Maryland W 22-0 Oct. 10 Randolph-Macon L 0-16 Oct. 17 Washington & Lee L 5-33 Oct. 24 Gallaudet W 16-12 Oct. 31 at North Carolina L 12-17 Nov. 7 Hampden-Sydney L 17-18 Nov. 21 William & Mary L 18-21 Nov. 28 Randolph-Macon W 12-2

1909 (3-5-2)

Coach: E.A. Dunlop Jr. Captain: E.P. Stringfellow Oct. 2 Maryland W Oct. 5 Virginia Boat Club T Oct. 9 Randolph-Macon T Oct. 16 Georgetown L Oct. 23 Virginia Tech L Oct. 30 at North Carolina L Nov. 5 at Wake Forest W Nov. 13 Hampden-Sydney W Nov. 20 William & Mary L Nov. 26 Randolph-Macon L

12-0 0-0 0-0 0-17 0-52 0-22 5-0 6-0 0-17 3-29

1910 (1-6-1)

Coach: E.V. Long Captain: George W. Stadler Oct. 1 Maryland L Oct. 8 Randolph-Macon W Oct. 15 Rock Hill College T Oct. 29 George Washington L Nov. 5 at Hampden-Sydney L Nov. 12 at North Carolina State L Nov. 19 William & Mary L Nov. 26 Randolph-Macon L

Coach: Sam Honaker Captain: Henry M. Taylor Sept. 30 Maryland T Oct. 7 Fredericksburg T Oct. 14 Randolph-Macon L Oct. 21 Georgetown L Oct. 28 Hampden-Sydney L Nov. 4 at VMI L Nov. 11 at William & Mary L Nov. 25 Randolph-Macon L

0-20 5-0 0-0 15-21 0-18 0-52 6-18 6-11

0-0 0-0 0-13 0-65 0-3 0-38 0-3 0-9

1912 (1-7)

Coach: E.A. Dunlop Jr. Captain: Robert C. Duval Jr. Oct. 5 Maryland L Oct. 12 Randolph-Macon L Oct. 19 Richmond Blues L Oct. 26 at Roanoke L Nov. 2 at Hampden-Sydney L Nov. 9 William & Mary W Nov. 16 Rock Hill College L Nov. 23 Randolph-Macon L

L L T W L L W W T

0-34 0-35 0-0 13-5 0-4 0-10 5-0 23-4 18-18

Coach: Frank Dobson Captain: John A. George Sept. 27 Richmond Blues T Oct. 4 at Maryland L Oct. 11 Gallaudet L Oct. 18 at Wake Forest W Oct. 25 Randolph-Macon L Nov. 1 Hampden-Sydney W Nov. 8 ! William & Mary W Nov. 15 Randolph-Macon W Nov. 22 at William & Mary W

Coach: Frank Dobson Captain: Newton R. Ancarrow Sept. 29 at North Carolina L 0-41 Oct. 3 at VMI L 0-10 Oct. 10 at Virginia L 0-62 Oct. 17 at Hampden-Sydney W 26-9 Oct. 24 at William & Mary W 7-3 Oct. 31 Randolph-Macon L 8-13 Nov. 7 Hampden-Sydney W 28-14 Nov. 21 William & Mary W 32-0 Nov. 28 Randolph-Macon W 13-0

14-7 0-74 6-13 28-0 6-7 7-6 8-15 40-0 0-0

Coach: Frank Dobson Captain: Bertram Lee Robins Sept. 30 at VirginiaTech L Oct. 7 at Catholic L Oct. 11 Richmond Blues W Oct. 14 at Virginia L Oct. 21 Hampden-Sydney W Oct. 28 William & Mary W Nov. 4 Randolph-Macon W Nov. 11 at Hampden-Sydney L Nov. 18 at William & Mary T Dec. 2 Randolph-Macon W Dec. 9 Hampden-Sydney T

0-46 0-21 7-14 0-21 0-13 20-0 7-14 0-28

0-0 0-45 0-6 14-13 7-14 21-20 20-13 20-14 20-13

Coach: Frank Dobson Captain: Robert Whittet Jr. Oct. 13 William & Mary W Oct. 20 Hampden-Sydney L Oct. 27 Randolph-Macon W Nov. 3 at Washington & Lee L Nov. 10 at Hampden-Sydney T Nov. 17 at William & Mary W Nov. 24 Randolph-Macon W

0-13 6-34 12-0 0-21 13-2 48-0 32-13 0-8 0-0 19-0 0-0

28-0 0-12 27-0 0-43 0-0 19-0 80-0

Coach: Robert Marshall Captain: G. Keith Taylor Nov. 9 Randolph-Macon T 0-0 Nov. 16 Hampden-Sydney L 0-13 Nov. 22 Fulton Aviators W 7-0 Nov. 30 at William & Mary W 7-0 Dec. 7 Randolph-Macon W 8-6

1919 (5-2-2) T L L W W W T W W

0-0 0-21 0-7 7-0 27-7 17-0 0-0 22-0 21-0

W W W L W L W W

27-0 10-7 28-0 0-7 13-0 0-21 20-7 62-7

W L L L T W W W

14-0 0-14 0-34 5-7 14-14 41-0 49-0 17-7

1920 (6-2)

1921 (4-3-1)

Coach: Frank Dobson Captain: R. Tyler Price Oct. 1 Catholic Oct. 8 at Virginia Oct. 15 Virginia Tech Oct. 22 Hampden-Sydney Oct. 29 Davidson Nov. 5 Wake Forest Nov. 12 Randolph-Macon Nov. 24 William & Mary

Coach: Frank Dobson Captain: Ralph C. Bethel Oct. 4 at Virginia L Oct. 11 # Maryland L Oct. 18 Lynchburg W Oct. 25 Furman L Nov. 3 Randolph-Macon W Nov. 10 at Rutgers L Nov. 17 Hampden-Sydney W Nov. 29 William & Mary L

0-9 0-23 7-6 7-22 12-0 0-53 7-6 6-27

Coach: Frank Dobson Captain: C.F. Reams Sept. 27 at Virginia Tech Oct. 4 at Davidson Oct. 11 Maryland Oct. 18 Duke Oct.25 Randolph-Macon Nov. 1 St. John’s Nov. 8 Roanoke Nov. 15 Hampden-Sydney Nov. 27 William & Mary

L 0-28 L 0-7 L 0-38 L 0-14 W 25-0 W 9-7 L 0-9 T 0-0 L 6-20

1925 (3-6)

Coach: Frank Dobson Captain: David M. Miller Sept. 25 at North Carolina State L Oct. 3 Lynchburg W Oct. 10 at Virginia L Oct. 17 at Johns Hopkins L Oct. 23 Randolph-Macon W Oct. 31 at Duke L Nov. 7 at Roanoke L Nov. 14 Hampden-Sydney W Nov. 25 William & Mary L

0-20 7-5 0-19 0-7 22-0 0-10 0-6 12-0 0-14

1926 (2-7)

1918 (3-1-1)

Coach: Frank Dobson Captain: W.R. Broadus Oct. 2 Lynchburg Oct. 9 at Catholic Oct. 16 Hampden-Sydney Oct. 23 Davidson Oct. 20 at William & Mary Nov. 6 Virginia Tech Nov. 13 Wake Forest Nov. 25 Randolph-Macon

0-33 0-0 6-14 6-0 13-0 43-13 45-0 34-0 13-3

1924 (2-6-1)

1916 (5-4-2)

Coach: Frank Dobson Captain: Henry Carter Oct. 4 at Virginia Oct. 11 at Virginia Tech Oct. 18 at William & Mary Oct. 26 Hampden-Sydney Nov. 1 Randolph-Macon Nov. 8 William & Mary Nov. 15 at Hampden-Sydney Nov. 22 Randolph-Macon Nov. 28 William & Mary

1922 (6-2-1)

Coach: Frank Dobson Captain: Waverly E. Jones Sept. 30 at Lafayette L Oct. 7 Maryland T Oct. 14 at Virginia L Oct. 21 Roanoke W Oct. 28 at Furman W Nov. 4 Randolph-Macon W Nov. 11 at Lynchburg W Nov. 18 Hampden-Sydney W Nov. 30 William & Mary W

1923 (3-5)

1915 (4-4-1)

Coach: Frank Dobson Captain: John T. Coburn Oct. 2 Richmond Blues W Oct. 9 at Virginia L Oct. 16 at VMI L Oct. 23 at William & Mary W Oct. 30 Hampden-Sydney L Nov. 6 Randolph-Macon W Nov. 13 at Hampden-Sydney L Nov. 20 William & Mary W Nov. 27 Randolph-Macon T

1917 (4-2-1)

1913 (5-3-1)

1905 (3-4-2)

Coach: E.A. Dunlop Jr. Captain: H.A. Mench Oct. 3 at Washington & Lee Oct. 7 Randolph-Macon Oct. 11 William & Mary Oct. 18 Virginia Boat Club Oct. 18 William & Mary Oct. 21 at St. John’s Oct. 28 Richmond Indians Nov. 8 William & Mary Nov. 11 Randolph-Macon

1914 (5-4)

1911 (0-6-2)

1904 (1-5)

Coach: Harry Wall Captain: J.B. Webster Oct. 1 at Virginia Tech Oct. 8 Norfolk High School Oct. 15 at George Washington Oct. 22 Fort Monroe Nov. 4 at William & Mary Nov. 12 Randolph-Macon

Coach: E.A. Dunlop Jr. Captain: Oscar Ludwell Bowen Sept. 29 Woodberry Forest L Oct. 3 at Virginia L Oct. 6 Randolph-Macon L Oct. 11 at North Carolina State T Oct. 12 at North Carolina L Oct. 17 Hampden Sydney W Oct. 27 at Virginia L Nov. 3 at William & Mary W Nov. 17 VMI W Nov. 24 Randolph-Macon W Nov. 28 ! William & Mary W (f) - forfeit

1907 (3-6)

1903 (6-3-1)

1892 (2-3)

Coach: Penwick Shelton Captain: Frank W. Duke Oct. 15 Washington & Lee L Oct. 21 North Carolina L Oct. 24 Wake Forest L Nov. 24 at Hampden-Sydney W Dec. 19 at Randolph-Macon W

Coach: Bill Wertenbaker Captain: J.W.T. McNeil Oct. 2 Richmond A.C. L Oct. 9 at Hampton A.C. L Oct. 16 Randolph-Macon W Oct. 30 at Petersburg YMCA W Nov. 2 Hampden-Sydney W Nov. 5 George Washington L Nov. 9 St. Albans L Nov. 13 Virginia Tech L

1899 (2-2)

Coach: H.R. Hundley Captain: H.R. Hundley Nov. 12 at McCabe Univ. L 0-57 Nov. 24 Randolph-Macon W 14-13

Coach: C.T. Taylor Captain: Dana H. Rucker Nov. 1 at Randolph-Macon L Nov. 22 at Washington & Lee L Nov. 27 Randolph-Macon L

1897 (3-5)

1898 (3-3-1)

No Games Scheduled

Coach: C.M. Hazen Captain: William A. Harris Nov. 12 Randolph-Macon W Nov. 12 Randolph-Macon L

1906 (5-5-1)

1896

Coach: M.C. Taylor Captain: George W. Quick Dec. 3 at Randolph-Macon W Dec. 17 Randolph-Macon W

Coach: Frank Dobson Captain: T. Ryland Sanford Jr. Sept. 25 at VMI L Oct. 2 Duke W Oct. 9 at Navy L Oct. 16 at Johns Hopkins L Oct. 23 at Randolph-Macon W Oct. 30 Roanoke L Nov. 6 $ St. Johns’s L Nov. 13 Hampden-Sydney L Nov. 25 William & Mary L

0-10 9-7 0-26 3-7 28-0 0-6 7-10 7-20 0-14

1927 (4-4-1)

Coach: Frank Dobson Captain: Jesse W. Dillon Sept. 24 at VMI L Oct. 2 at Johns Hopkins W Oct. 9 at Cornell L Oct. 15 at Duke L Oct. 21 Randolph-Macon W Oct. 28 Roanoke L Nov. 5 at Lynchburg W Nov. 12 Hampden-Sydney W Nov. 23 William & Mary T

0-22 6-2 0-53 0-72 12-0 6-7 19-6 7-6 0-0

1928 (3-4-2)

Coach: Frank Dobson Captain: Taylor Sanford Sept. 29 at VMI T Oct. 6 at Johns Hopkins L Oct. 13 Emory & Henry L Oct. 20 at Elon W Oct. 27 % Roanoke T Nov. 3 Lynchburg W Nov. 10 Randolph-Macon W Nov. 17 Hampden-Sydney L Nov. 19 William & Mary L

6-6 13-14 0-7 34-0 13-13 50-16 30-0 0-13 0-7

1929 (3-5-1)

Coach: Frank Dobson Captain: Douglas Gunter Sept. 28 at VMI L Oct. 5 Wake Forest L Oct. 12 Johns Hopkins W Oct. 19 at Lynchburg W Oct. 26 at Emory & Henry L Nov. 2 Roanoke T Nov. 9 Randolph-Macon W Nov. 16 Hampden-Sydney L Nov. 28 William & Mary L

0-40 0-19 31-7 19-6 0-26 6-6 9-0 8-13 0-25

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1930 (2-4-2)

Coach: Frank Dobson Cap: J. Belcher, B. Miller, H. Dorhman Sept. 27 at VMI L 0-12 Oct. 4 Washington & Lee L 0-14 Oct. 11 Lynchburg W 27-0 Oct. 18 at Roanoke T 0-0 Nov. 1 Emory & Henry L 0-6 Nov. 8 Randolph-Macon W 18-6 Nov. 19 Hampden-Sydney T 0-0 Nov. 24 William & Mary L 0-19

1931 (4-5)

Coach: Frank Dobson Captain: Watt Fugate Sept. 26 at VMI Oct. 3 Emory & Henry Oct. 10 at Cornell Oct. 17 at Furman Oct. 24 at Delaware Oct. 31 Roanoke Nov. 7 Randolph-Macon Nov. 14 Hampden-Sydney Nov. 26 William & Mary

W L L L L W L W W

7-0 7-13 0-27 6-34 0-7 7-2 6-14 9-0 6-2

1932 (4-2-2)

Coach: Frank Dobson Captain: Edward Perlowski Oct. 1 North Carolina State L 0-9 Oct. 8 at Cornell L 0-28 Oct. 15 at Emory & Henry W 6-0 Oct. 22 Hampden-Sydney T 0-0 Oct. 29 at Roanoke W 7-0 Nov. 5 Randolph-Macon T 6-6 Nov. 12 VMI W 7-0 Nov. 24 William & Mary W 18-7

1933 (5-4)

Coach: Frank Dobson Captain: George G. Hope Sept. 3 Furman L Oct. 7 at Cornell L Oct. 14 Virginia Tech L Oct. 21 Emory & Henry W Oct. 28 Roanoke W Nov. 4 Randolph-Macon W Nov. 14 Hampden-Sydney W Nov. 18 VMI W Nov. 26 William & Mary L

6-14 7-27 0-7 13-0 19-0 27-0 13-0 15-0 0-6

1934 (8-1)

Coach: Glenn Thistlethwaite Captain: W.S. Morris Sept. 29 Roanoke W Oct. 6 at Cornell W Oct. 13 ^ Emory & Henry L Oct. 20 VMI W Oct. 27 Hampden-Sydney W Nov. 3 Georgetown W Nov. 10 Davis & Elkins W Nov. 17 & Wake Forest W Nov. 29 William & Mary W

27-0 6-0 0-13 7-0 20-0 14-13 7-0 39-6 6-0

1935 (3-3-3)

Coach: Glenn Thistlethwaite Captains: G. Lacy, E. Schaaf Sept. 28 Randolph-Macon T Oct. 5 at Roanoke W Oct. 12 at VMI W Oct. 19 Emory & Henry L Oct. 26 Franklin & Marshall T Nov. 2 Georgetown L Nov. 9 Hampden-Sydney W Nov. 16 North Carolina State L Nov. 28 William & Mary T

6-6 12-7 13-6 6-14 6-6 0-7 15-7 0-6 6-6

1936 (4-4-2) 1-3 SoCon: 13th

Coach: Glenn Thistlethwaite Captain: Micheal W. West Sept. 18 at Newport News App. W Sept. 26 Randolph-Macon T Oct. 3 Roanoke T Oct. 10 at Franklin & Marshall L Oct. 17 Emory & Henry W Oct. 24 VMI L Oct. 31 at Virginia Tech L Nov. 7 Maryland L Nov. 14 Hampden-Sydney W Nov. 26 William & Mary W

6-0 7-7 0-0 0-13 20-6 0-20 7-20 0-12 14-3 7-0

1937 (5-4-1) 2-3 SoCon: t-8th

Coach: Glenn Thistlethwaite Captain: Charles E. Siddall Sept. 17 at Newport News App. T Sept. 24 Randolph-Macon W Oct. 2 at Washington & Lee L Oct. 9 at Roanoke W Oct. 16 VMI L Oct. 22 at The Citadel L Oct. 29 at Duquesne L Nov. 6 Virginia Tech W Nov. 13 Hampden-Sydney W Nov. 25 William & Mary W

6-6 6-0 0-6 22-13 7-21 0-26 0-24 12-7 19-0 6-0

1938 (6-3-1) 3-2-1 SoCon: 5th

Coach: Glenn Thistlethwaite Captain: Avalon B. Marchant Sept. 16 at Newport News App. W Sept. 24 at Maryland W Oct. 1 Randolph-Macon W Oct. 8 at Hampden-Sydney W Oct. 15 VMI L Oct. 22 Roanoke L Oct. 29 Washington & Lee W Nov. 5 at The Citadel L Nov. 11 Virginia Tech T Nov. 24 William & Mary W

6-0 19-6 12-7 26-7 6-13 6-13 6-0 0-6 0-0 10-7

1939 (7-1-2) 3-1-1 SoCon: t-4th

Coach: Glenn Thistlethwaite Captain: Edwin J. Merrick Sept. 23 at Newport News App. W Sept. 30 Randolph-Macon W Oct. 7 at Washington & Lee W Oct. 14 at Rutgers T Oct. 21 Gettysburg W Oct. 28 The Citadel W Nov. 4 VMI T Nov. 11 Virginia Tech W Nov. 18 Hampden-Sydney W Nov. 25 William & Mary L

37-0 26-0 7-0 6-6 21-0 19-0 0-0 13-0 26-7 0-7

1940 (6-3) 3-2 SoCon: t-5th

Coach: Glenn Thistlethwaite Captain: Harold McVay Sept. 20 at Newport News App. W Sept. 28 Randolph-Macon W Oct. 5 at Virginia Tech W Oct. 12 at Franklin & Marshall L Oct. 19 Washington & Lee L Oct. 26 VMI W Nov. 2 Hampden-Sydney W Nov. 9 North Carolina W Nov. 21 William & Mary L

38-0 28-0 13-7 0-21 0-3 9-7 39-13 14-13 0-16

1941 (2-7) 0-6 SoCon: 16th

Coach: Glenn Thistlethwaite Captain: Bert Milling Sept. 20 at North Carolina State L Sept. 27 Randolph-Macon W Oct. 11 at Virginia L Oct. 18 Washington & Lee L Oct. 25 VMI L Nov. 1 Hampden-Sydney W Nov. 8 North Carolina L Nov. 20 William & Mary L Nov. 29 at Virginia Tech L

7-14 26-0 0-44 0-21 7-25 14-7 0-27 3-33 0-13

1942 (3-6-1) 1-5 SoCon: 15th

Coach: John Fenlon Captains: Warren Pace, Maxwell Katz Sept. 19 Camp Pickett W 27-0 Sept. 26 at North Carolina State L 0-13 Oct. 3 at George Washington L 0-27 Oct. 10 Randolph-Macon L 0-6 Oct. 17 Virginia T 7-7 Oct. 24 VMI L 6-20 Oct. 31 Washington & Lee W 8-6 Nov. 7 Virginia Tech L 7-16 Nov. 14 at Hampden-Sydney W 26-0 Nov. 26 William & Mary L 0-10

1943 (6-1) 1-1 SoCon: 6th

Coach: Malcolm Pitt Captains: Game Captains Sept. 18 Richmond Air Base W Sept. 25 at Duke L Oct. 2 Curtis Bay C. Guard W Oct. 9 at Virginia W Oct. 16 at VMI W Oct. 13 Norfolk Marines W Oct. 25 Charleston C. Guard W

45-0 0-61 13-3 16-7 27-0 74-7 29-6

1944 (2-6)

0-4 SoCon: 10th Coach: Malcolm Pitt Cap: John Greer Wood, Orvis Milner Sept. 23 at Duke L 7-61 Sept. 30 Richmond Air Base W 34-0 Oct. 7 VMI L 20-26 Oct. 14 Hampden-Sydney W 18-0 Nov. 4 Portsmouth Fleet L 0-19 Nov. 11 Virginia L 0-39 Nov. 18 at North Carolina State L 0-39 Nov. 30 William & Mary L 0-40

1945 (2-6) 0-4 SoCon: 11th

Coach: George Hope Captain: Jack Null Sept. 29 VMI Oct. 6 at Maryland Oct. 20 at Guilford Oct. 27 at Catawba Nov. 3 Oceana Naval Base Nov. 11 at Virginia Nov. 18 at Virginia Tech Nov. 22 William & Mary

L L W L W L L L

6-40 0-21 40-0 7-21 28-12 0-45 6-44 0-33

1946 (6-2-2) 3-2-2 SoCon: 6th

1953 (5-3-1) 3-3 SoCon: t-5th

Coach: John Fenlon Captains: F. Laurinaitus, H. Sizer Sept. 21 Randolph-Macon W 46-0 Sept. 28 VMI T 7-7 Oct. 5 at Maryland W 37-7 Oct. 12 Hampden-Sydney W 33-6 Oct. 19 at Duke L 0-41 Oct. 26 at Washington & Lee W 20-0 Nov. 2 Virginia W 19-7 Nov. 9 at Davidson W 26-7 Nov. 16 Virginia Tech T 7-7 Nov. 28 William & Mary L 0-40

Coach: Ed Merrick Captains: Al Pecuch, Corky Johns Sept. 18 Randolph-Macon W 28-0 Sept. 26 Davidson W 16-0 Oct. 3 VMI W 13-7 Oct. 10 at Virginia Tech L 7-21 Oct. 17 at Washington & Lee W 27-19 Oct. 24 Wake Forest T 13-13 Oct. 31 at Boston College W 14-0 Nov. 14 William & Mary L 0-21 Nov. 21 at George Washington L 7-35

1947 (3-7) 1-5 SoCon: 15th

2-3 SoCon: 6th Coach: Ed Merrick Captains: Bob Sgro, Billy Thacker Sept. 18 Randolph-Macon W 40-0 Sept. 24 Hampden-Sydney W 40-0 Oct. 2 VMI L 6-19 Oct. 9 at The Citadel W 26-0 Oct. 16 Virginia Tech L 12-19 Oct. 29 at George Washington W 7-0 Nov. 6 Wake Forest W 13-0 Nov. 13 at North Carolina State L 6-14 Nov. 25 William & Mary L 0-2

Coach: John Fenlon Captains: Joe LaLuna, Carroll Richard Sept. 20 Randolph-Macon W 28-7 Sept. 27 Washington & Lee L 3-16 Oct. 4 at Rollins L 7-20 Oct. 10 at Maryland L 6-18 Oct. 18 VMI W 21-20 Oct. 25 Hampden-Sydney W 20-0 Nov. 1 at Virginia L 0-34 Nov. 8 Davidson L 7-13 Nov. 15 at Virginia Tech L 14-26 Nov. 27 William & Mary L 0-35

1948 (5-3-2) 3-1-1 SoCon: 8th

Coach: Karl Esleeck Captains: Edward Ralston, Harry Bode Sept. 18 Randolph-Macon W 35-0 Sept. 25 Maryland L 0-19 Oct. 8 at Furman W 7-0 Oct. 16 VMI L 0-9 Oct. 23 Hampden-Sydney W 28-7 Oct. 30 at William & Mary L 6-14 Nov. 6 at Davidson W 6-0 Nov. 13 Virginia Tech T 7-7 Nov. 25 Washington & Lee W 14-12 Dec. 5 at Rollins T 27-27

1949 (3-7) 2-6 SoCon: 15th

Coach: Karl Esleeck Captain: Wes Curtier Sept. 17 Randolph-Macon Sept. 24 at Duke Oct. 1 at Delaware Oct. 8 Furman Oct. 15 VMI Oct. 22 at Davidson Oct. 29 William & Mary Nov. 5 at North Carolina State Nov. 12 Virginia Tech Nov. 24 Washington & Lee

W L L W L W L L L L

27-0 0-67 7-21 12-0 7-14 28-7 0-34 6-20 13-28 14-35

1950 (2-8) 1-8 SoCon: 16th

Coach: Karl Esleeck Captain: D. MacLachlan, J. Thomas Sept. 23 Randolph-Macon W 20-6 Sept. 30 at Wake Forest L 0-43 Oct. 7 VMI L 14-26 Oct. 14 at West Virginia L 7-46 Oct. 21 Duke L 0-41 Nov. 4 North Carolina State L 0-7 Nov. 11 at Virginia Tech W 32-12 Nov. 18 Davidson L 0-39 Nov. 23 Washington & Lee L 7-67 Dec. 2 at William & Mary L 6-40

1951 (3-8) 2-6 SoCon: t-12th

Coach: Ed Merrick Captain: Johnny Mac Brown Sept. 22 Randolph-Macon W Sept. 29 VMI L Oct. 6 at Wake Forest L Oct. 13 at West Virginia L Oct. 20 Davidson W Oct. 27 William & Mary L Nov. 2 at Boston College L Nov. 10 at Stetson L Nov. 17 at Virginia Tech L Nov. 22 Washington & Lee L Nov. 30 at George Washington W

13-6 0-34 6-56 0-24 25-6 14-20 7-21 14-19 14-20 7-39 20-19

1952 (1-9) 0-6 SoCon: t-15th

Coach: Ed Merrick Captain: Al Pecuch Sept. 20 Randolph-Macon Sept. 26 at Boston College Oct. 4 at VMI Oct. 11 Washington & Lee Oct. 17 at Miami (Fla.) Oct. 24 at William & Mary Nov. 1 Virginia Tech Nov. 8 at Davidson Nov. 15 at Virginia Nov. 22 George Washington

W L L L L L L L L L

34-19 7-14 14-28 20-21 6-41 13-42 2-20 19-38 0-49 7-29

1954 (5-4)

1955 (4-3-2)

3-2-2 SoCon: 3rd Coach: Ed Merrick Captains: F. Pajaczkowski, E. Christensen Sept.17 Randolph-Macon W 33-6 Sept. 24 at West Virginia L 12-33 Oct. 1 at VMI W 21-0 Oct. 7 The Citadel L 12-14 Oct. 15 at Virginia Tech T 7-7 Oct. 29 at Villanova L 14-16 Nov. 5 Davidson W 19-0 Nov. 12 George Washington W 7-0 Nov. 24 William & Mary T 6-6

1956 (4-5)

2-5 SoCon: 7th Coach: Ed Merrick Captains: Dave May, Duke Thacker Sept. 21 Randolph-Macon W 38-0 Sept. 29 at West Virginia L 6-30 Oct. 6 VMI L 20-35 Oct. 12 The Citadel W 7-3 Oct. 20 Virginia Tech L 14-46 Nov. 3 at Davidson L 0-7 Nov. 9 at George Washington L 6-32 Nov. 17 East Carolina W 45-7 Nov. 22 William & Mary W 6-0

1957 (4-6)

2-4 SoCon: t-5th Coach: Ed Merrick Captains: Dick Eaton, Lewis St. Clair Sept. 14 * East Carolina W 40-7 Sept. 21 Randolph-Macon W 40-0 Sept. 28 at Dayton L 7-12 Oct. 5 VMI L 6-28 Oct. 19 at The Citadel L 0-26 Oct. 26 at Rutgers L 13-26 Nov. 2 at Virginia Tech L 7-42 Nov. 9 George Washington W 13-6 Nov. 16 Davidson L 19-23 Nov. 28 William & Mary W 12-7

1958 (3-7) 3-4 SoCon: 5th

Coach: Ed Merrick Captain: Joe Biscaha Sept.20 at West Virginia Sept. 27 at Dayton Oct. 4 at VMI Oct. 11 at Rutgers Oct. 17 at George Washington Oct. 25 at Villanova Nov. 1 The Citadel Nov. 8 at Virginia Tech Nov. 15 at Davidson Nov. 27 William & Mary

L L L L W L W L W L

22-66 12-13 6-12 12-23 26-6 6-13 20-0 23-27 27-22 15-18

1959 (4-5-1) 4-3-1 SoCon: 5th

Coach: Ed Merrick Captains: Chuck Boone, Fred Caravetta Sept. 19 at Dayton L 3-6 Sept. 26 at West Virginia L 7-10 Oct. 3 at VMI T 14-14 Oct. 10 Davidson W 21-7 Oct. 17 at The Citadel L 7-8 Oct. 24 at Florida State L 6-22 Oct. 31 at Virginia Tech L 29-51 Nov. 7 George Washington W 26-0 Nov. 14 Furman W 48-14 Nov. 21 William & Mary W 20-12

1960 (3-6-1) 3-4-1 SoCon: 6th

1961 (5-5) 5-2 SoCon: 2nd

Coach: Ed Merrick Captains: Earl Stoudt, Art McGee Sept. 16 at West Virginia W 35-26 Sept. 23 at Army L 6-24 Sept. 29 VMI L 6-8 Oct. 7 at The Citadel L 6-24 Oct. 14 George Washington W 16-15 Oct. 21 at Florida State L 7-13 Oct. 28 Davidson W 20-0 Nov. 4 Virginia Tech W 11-0 Nov. 11 at Alabama L 0-66 Nov. 23 William & Mary W 36-18

1962 (6-3)

3-2 SoCon: 3rd Coach: Ed Merrick Captains: J. Yaffa, B. Vann, G. Rapp Sept. 15 East Carolina W 27-26 Sept. 22 at Southern Mississippi L 0-29 Sept. 28 VMI L 0-21 Oct. 13 at Virginia Tech L 7-13 Oct. 20 at Boston U. W 14-7 Oct. 27 at Cincinnati W 21-20 Nov. 2 at George Washington W 17-14 Nov. 10 at Davidson W 28-20 Nov. 22 at William & Mary W 15-3

1963 (3-6-1)

2-2-1 SoCon: 6th Coach: Ed Merrick Captains: J. Helvin, J. Kessel, B. Drobney Sept. 14 East Carolina W 10-7 Sept. 21 at Tennessee L 6-34 Oct. 5 at Florida L 28-35 Oct. 12 at Southern Mississippi L 0-7 Oct. 19 Davidson W 21-13 Oct. 25 VMI T 7-7 Nov. 2 Virginia Tech L 13-14 Nov. 9 at The Citadel W 26-6 Nov. 16 at Syracuse L 0-50 Nov. 23 William & Mary L 6-29

1964 (3-7)

2-4 SoCon: 6th Coach: Ed Merrick Captains: Kenny Stoudt, Joe Stromick Sept. 19 West Virginia L 10-20 Sept. 26 VMI W 20-14 Oct. 3 at Southern Mississippi L 9-14 Oct. 10 at The Citadel L 0-33 Oct. 17 at Davidson W 20-7 Oct. 24 at East Carolina W 22-20 Oct. 31 at Holy Cross L 22-36 Nov. 7 at Buffalo L 13-28 Nov. 14 Furman L 18-19 Nov. 26 William & Mary L 13-33

1965 (0-10) 0-6 SoCon: 9th

Coach: Ed Merrick Captains: Ron Gordon, Ray Tate Sept. 18 at West Virginia L 0-56 Sept. 25 Virginia Tech L 7-25 Oct. 2 at Southern Mississippi L 7-28 Oct. 9 East Carolina L 13-34 Oct. 16 at Buffalo L 0-24 Oct. 23 at Boston College L 7-38 Oct. 30 The Citadel L 0-24 Nov. 6 at VMI L 14-21 Nov. 13 at Furman L 0-14 Nov. 20 William & Mary L 0-21

1966 (2-8)

2-4 SoCon: 7th Coach: Frank Jones Captains: Larry Zunich, Larry Pew Sept. 17 at Dayton L 0-23 Sept. 24 at The Citadel L 6-24 Oct. 1 at Mississippi State L 0-20 Oct. 7 VMI L 20-34 Oct. 15 at West Texas State L 7-41 Oct. 22 Davidson W 23-17 Oct. 29 at Southern Mississippi L 0-27 Nov. 5 Furman W 24-14 Nov. 12 at East Carolina L 16-28 Nov. 19 William & Mary L 19-35

1967 (5-5)

5-2 SoCon: 3rd Coach: Frank Jones Sept. 16 West Virginia L 6-27 Sept. 23 East Carolina L 7-23 Sept. 30 VMI W 3-0 Oct. 7 at Davidson W 24-17 Oct. 14 at Furman W 42-14 Oct. 28 at Virginia Tech L 14-45 Nov. 4 at Southern Mississippi L 7-19 Nov. 11 The Citadel W 20-3 Nov. 19 at William & Mary W 16-7 Nov. 26 Parsons L 0-23

Coach: Ed Merrick Captains: Bob Buffman, John Boggs Sept. 17 at Florida State L 0-28 Oct. 1 at VMI L 6-21 Oct. 8 at West Virginia T 6-6 Oct. 15 The Citadel L 12-24 Oct. 22 Davidson W 35-6 Oct. 29 Virginia Tech L 0-20 Nov. 4 at George Washington L 0-16 Nov. 11 Furman W 35-28 Nov. 19 at East Carolina L 7-22 Nov. 24 William & Mary W 19-0

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5-1 SoCon: 1st SOUTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Coach: Jim Tait Captains: Rodney Elam, John Palazeti Sept. 13 at Cincinnati L 6-19 Sept. 20 Furman W 27-21 Sept. 27 at Virginia Tech L 9-21 Oct. 4 at East Carolina W 17-14 Oct. 11 Ball State L 14-25 Oct. 18 VMI W 24-19 Oct. 25 at Appalachian State W 24-17 Nov. 1 at Georgia L 24-28 Nov. 8 The Citadel W 7-0 Nov. 15 West Virginia L 13-31 Nov. 22 at William & Mary L 21-31

1969 (6-4) 5-1 SoCon: t-1st

Coach: Jim Tait Captains: Gary Edwards, Doug McGee Sept.4 at Tulsa L 7-22 Sept. 11 at Maryland L 7-31 Sept. 25 VMI W 43-0 Oct. 2 at West Virginia L 6-9 Oct. 9 at Villanova W 24-7 Oct. 16 at The Citadel L 13-20 Oct. 23 at Furman W 13-9 Oct. 30 UT-Chattanooga L 19-28 Nov. 6 East Carolina L 10-20 Nov. 13 Virginia Tech W 16-0 Nov. 20 William & Mary W 21-10

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Coach: Frank Jones Captains: J. Crenshaw, B. Montsinger Sept. 20 at Mississippi State L 14-17 Sept. 27 at VMI W 20-0 Oct. 4 Virginia Tech W 17-10 Oct. 11 at Davidson L 7-37 Oct. 18 East Carolina W 24-7 Oct. 25 at Southern Mississippi L 28-31 Nov. 1 The Citadel W 45-18 Nov. 8 Furman W 37-0 Nov. 15 at West Virginia L 21-33 Nov. 22 at William & Mary W 28-17

1970 (4-6) 3-3 SoCon: t-4th

Coach: Frank Jones Captains: John Barelli, Charlie Richards Sept. 12 North Carolina State W 21-6 Sept. 19 at West Virginia L 10-49 Sept. 26 Davidson L 5-14 Oct. 3 at Southern Mississippi L 21-43 Oct. 10 at Furman L 9-23 Oct. 17 at Florida L 0-20 Oct. 24 East Carolina W 38-12 Oct. 31 at The Citadel W 31-14 Nov. 14 VMI W 40-17 Nov. 21 William & Mary L 33-34

1971 (5-6) 5-1 SoCon: 1st

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS TANGERINE BOWL Coach: Frank Jones Cap: R. Easterling, B. Conrad, J. Haynes Sept. 11 North Carolina L 0-28 Sept. 25 West Virginia L 3-16 Oct. 2 Boston College L 0-24 Oct. 9 at East Carolina W 14-7 Oct. 16 VMI W 21-6 Oct. 23 Furman W 20-0 Oct. 30 at Southern Mississippi L 24-31 Nov. 6 The Citadel L 11-21 Nov. 13 Davidson W 14-7 Nov. 20 at William & Mary W 21-19 TANGERINE BOWL (Orlando, Fla.) Dec. 28 Toledo L 3-28

1972 (6-4) 5-1 SoCon: 2nd

Coach: Frank Jones Captains: Billy Meyers, John Nugent Sept. 9 at North Carolina L 18-28 Sept. 16 at West Virginia L 7-28 Sept. 23 Northeast Louisiana W 17-0 Sept. 30 VMI W 34-15 Oct. 7 East Carolina L 0-21 Oct. 14 Southern Mississippi L 9-34 Oct. 21 at Furman W 37-0 Nov. 4 at The Citadel W 21-7 Nov. 11 Davidson W 20-14 Nov. 18 William & Mary W 20-3

1973 (8-2) 5-1 SoCon: 2nd

Coach: Frank Jones Captains: Barty Smith, Pat Kelly Sept. 15 at Davidson W 42-0 Sept. 22 VMI W 35-0 Sept. 29 Wake Forest W 41-0 Oct. 6 at Furman W 20-17 Oct. 13 Southern Mississippi W 42-20 Oct. 20 West Virginia W 38-17 Oct. 27 at Northeast Louisiana L 8-14 Nov. 3 The Citadel W 27-0 Nov. 10 at East Carolina L 14-44 Nov. 17 at William & Mary W 31-0

1974 (5-5) 3-3 SoCon: t-3rd

Coach: Jim Tait Captains: H. Knight, R. Perez, A. Owens Sept. 7 Villanova W 14-13 Sept. 14 at West Virginia W 29-25 Sept. 28 at The Citadel W 27-24 Oct. 5 Furman L 14-24 Oct. 12 at Ball State L 23-38 Oct. 26 at Virginia Tech L 7-41 Nov. 2 VMI W 17-14 Nov. 9 East Carolina W 28-24 Nov. 16 Appalachian State L 13-14 Nov. 23 William & Mary L 12-54

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6-0 SoCon: 1st SOUTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS TANGERINE BOWL Coach: Frank Jones Cap: B. O’Brien, M. Bixiones, T. Johnson Sept. 14 at Toledo L 14-31 Sept. 21 at West Virginia L 0-17 Sept. 28 Davidson W 24-14 Oct. 12 at The Citadel W 21-16 Oct. 19 Furman W 34-0 Oct. 26 at East Carolina W 31-7 Nov. 2 VMI W 35-0 Nov. 9 at Virginia Tech L 18-31 Nov. 16 at Southern Mississippi W 33-7 Nov. 23 William & Mary W 31-6 TANGERINE BOWL (Orlando, Fla.) Dec. 27 Ohio University W 49-42

1976 (5-6)

1977 (3-8)

Coach: Jim Tait Captains: David Taylor, Lou Bonato Sept. 10 at West Virginia L 0-36 Sept. 17 at North Carolina L 0-31 Sept. 21 Appalachian State W 21-13 Oct. 1 North Texas State L 14-47 Oct. 8 at VMI L 0-25 Oct. 15 at East Carolina L 14-35 Oct. 22 Virginia Tech W 17-14 Oct. 29 at Georgia L 7-23 Nov. 5 Furman W 19-13 Nov. 12 Maryland L 24-27 Nov. 19 at William & Mary L 13-29

1978 (3-8)

Coach: Jim Tait Captains: Jeff Nixon, Ray Chase Sept. 2 Southern Mississippi L 7-10 Sept. 9 at West Virginia L 12-14 Sept. 16 at Wisconsin L 6-7 Sept. 23 at Appalachian State L 19-24 Sept. 30 Cincinnati W 51-28 Oct. 7 at Villanova L 14-17 Oct. 14 VMI L 6-23 Oct. 21 $ East Carolina L 14-21 Nov. 4 North Carolina W 27-18 Nov. 11 at Tennessee Chatt. L 3-18 Nov. 18 William & Mary W 17-3

1979 (0-11)

Coach: Jim Tait Captains: Jim Coppola, Ken Gilliam Sept. 8 at Virginia L 0-31 Sept. 15 at VMI L 7-17 Sept. 22 at Wyoming L 7-9 Sept. 29 West Virginia L 18-20 Oct. 6 Arkansas State L 3-24 Oct. 13 Duke L 7-34 Oct. 20 at Virginia Tech L 0-34 Oct. 27 at Cincinnati L 14-17 Nov. 3 Villanova L 3-9 Nov. 10 at East Carolina L 10-52 Nov. 17 at William & Mary L 10-24

1980 (5-6) Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

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W W L L L L L W W L W

20-17 21-7 14-35 28-31 16-55 22-24 17-22 18-7 24-10 12-33 26-14

L L W L W L L W L L W

21-27 12-28 24-20 10-17 24-7 13-17 18-27 45-14 22-34 21-35 18-12

1981 (4-7)

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 26

Coach: Dal Shealy at North Carolina State at Virginia Tech at Arkansas State Southern Mississippi James Madison East Carolina at Cincinnati at VMI Wake Forest at William & Mary Pennsylvania

1982 (0-10)

Coach: Dal Shealy Captains: E. Ransom, M. London, J. Brown Sept. 4 Virginia Tech L 9-20 Sept. 11 at South Carolina L 10-30 Sept. 18 at Ohio University L 14-23 Sept. 25 at West Virginia L 10-43 Oct. 9 at East Carolina L 14-35 Oct. 16 at Louisville L 0-35 Oct. 23 VMI L 0-14 Oct. 30 Rutgers L 14-20 Nov. 13 North Texas State L 13-22 Nov. 20 William & Mary L 17-28

1983 (3-8)

Coach: Dal Shealy Cap: Brown, Gillespie, Jennings, Peace Sept. 3 at Southern Mississippi L 3-32 Sept. 10 Ohio U. L 10-17 Sept. 17 Toledo L 6-31 Sept. 24 Wake Forest L 6-31 Oct. 8 Boston U. L 17-26 Oct. 15 Central Florida W 31-26 Oct. 22 at Virginia Tech L 0-38 Oct. 29 at VMI W 35-19 Nov. 5 James Madison W 32-0 Nov. 12 at Colgate L 14-43 Nov. 19 at William & Mary L 15-24

1984 (8-4)

NCAA QUARTERFINALS Final Rank #12 Coach: Dal Shealy Captains: G. Hasty, B. Starke, D. Worrell Sept. 1 at James Madison W 43-12 Sept. 8 at Bowling Green L 28-55 Sept. 15 Maine W 30-13 Sept. 22 at Virginia Tech L 13-21 Oct. 6 Wake Forest L 16-29 Oct. 13 at Massachusetts W 24-7 Oct. 27 VMI W 45-3 Nov. 3 Colgate W 55-24 Nov. 10 at Northeastern W 19-8 Nov. 17 William & Mary W 33-31 DIVISION I-AA PLAYOFFS Nov. 24 Boston U. W 35-33 Dec. 1 at Rhode Island L 17-23

1985 (8-3)

Final Rank #18 Coach: Dal Shealy Captains: D. Bayer, T. Lackey, L. Melvin Sept.7 at Virginia Tech W 24-14 Sept. 14 Massachusetts W 19-14 Sept. 21 at VMI W 28-14 Sept. 28 Western Illinios W 38-20 Oct. 5 + James Madison W 38-15 Oct. 12 at Maine W 37-24 Oct. 19 Northeastern W 31-3 Oct. 26 at Rutgers L 17-20 Nov. 2 at Boston U. L 13-24 Nov. 9 Brown W 29-13 Nov. 16 at William & Mary L 17-28

1986 (4-7) 3-4 Yankee: t-5th Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

Coach: Dal Shealy Captains: Troy Gray New Hampshire at Massachusetts at Connecticut Delaware Boston U. VMI at Rhode Island at Georgia Virginia Tech Maine William & Mary

W L L L W W W L L L L

38-12 21-24 22-29 19-20 56-15 40-9 28-14 13-28 10-17 11-26 14-21

1987 (7-5) 6-1 Yankee: t-1st

YANKEE CHAMPIONS NCAA FIRST ROUND Final Rank #17 Coach: Dal Shealy Captains: John Aaron, Gary Hingst Sept. 5 at New Hampshire W 14-7 Sept. 12 at Wake Forest L 0-24 Sept. 19 Massachusetts (4ot) W 52-51 Sept. 26 at Delaware W 28-21 Oct. 3 Connecticut L 14-21 Oct. 10 at James Madison L 3-41 Oct. 17 at Maine W 17-7 Oct. 24 Rhode Island W 27-14 Oct. 29 at Boston U. W 33-24 Nov. 14 Villanova W 38-35 Nov. 21 at William & Mary L 7-21 DIVISION I-AA PLAYOFFS Nov. 28 at Appalachian State L 3-20

1988 (4-7)

2-6 Yankee: 9th Coach: Dal Shealy Cap: J.Coleman, B.Jordan, H.Fahnestock Sept. 10 at Connecticut L 12-35 Sept. 17 at VMI W 14-13 Sept. 24 Delaware L 10-27 Oct. 1 Maine L 3-17 Oct. 8 New Hampshire (ot) W 23-17 Oct. 16 ~ Boston University W 20-17 Oct. 22 at Rhode Island L 10-14 Oct. 29 at Villanova L 6-45 Nov. 5 Massachusetts L 16-26 Nov. 12 James Madison L 13-25 Nov. 19 William & Mary W 24-19

1989 (1-10) 0-8 Yankee: 9th

Coach: Jim Marshall Captains: Tom Coles, Sam Yaffa Sept. 2 Villanova L 17-20 Sept. 9 Rhode Island L 14-45 Sept. 16 at James Madison L 0-31 Sept. 23 VMI W 27-22 Sept. 30 at Maine L 16-41 Oct. 7 Boston U. L 0-35 Oct. 21 at New Hampshire L 7-21 Oct. 28 Connecticut L 3-13 Nov. 4 at Massachusetts L 14-17 Nov. 11 at Delaware L 17-33 Nov. 18 at William & Mary L 10-22

1990 (1-10)

1-7 Yankee: 9th Coach: Jim Marshall Captains: E.Hopkins, C.Jefferson, J.Smith Sept. 8 at Navy L 17-28 Sept. 15 at Rhode Island L 0-37 Sept. 22 James Madison L 0-29 Sept. 29 Maine W 24-16 Oct. 6 New Hampshire L 0-19 Oct. 13 at Boston U. L 14-28 Oct. 19 at Villanova L 10-24 Oct. 27 at Connecticut L 24-42 Nov. 3 Massachusetts L 9-26 Nov. 10 Delaware L 25-32 Nov. 17 William & Mary L 10-31

1991 (2-9)

2-6 Yankee: t-7th Coach: Jim Marshall Cap: Brandon Bonser, Tracey Parker Sept. 14 Rhode Island W 19-10 Sept. 21 Villanova L 3-35 Sept. 28 VMI L 27-38 Oct. 5 at Maine L 15-19 Oct. 12 at New Hampshire L 0-34 Oct. 19 Boston U. W 32-18 Oct. 26 at James Madison L 42-47 Nov. 2 Connecticut L 34-35 Nov. 9 at Massachusetts L 14-42 Nov. 16 at Delaware L 17-23 Nov. 23 at William & Mary L 7-49

1992 (7-4)

5-3 Yankee: t-3rd Coach: Jim Marshall Captains: Sterling Brown, Eric Johnson Sept. 12 James Madison W 49-40 Sept. 19 at Villanova L 33-36 Sept. 26 at Rhode Island W 46-14 Oct. 3 Maine W 28-6 Oct. 10 New Hampshire W 15-7 Oct. 17 at Boston U. W 37-27 Oct. 24 + VMI W 41-18 Oct. 31 at Connecticut L 28-30 Nov. 7 Massachusetts L 13-17 Nov. 14 Delaware W 29-21 Nov. 21 William & Mary L 19-34

1993 (5-6)

3-5 Yankee: 4th in div. Coach: Jim Marshall Cap: Boothes, Lilly, Cornwell, Edmiston Sept. 4 VMI W 38-14 Sept. 11 at James Madison W 20-13 Sept. 18 at New Hampshire L 20-31 Sept. 25 Villanova W 21-7 Oct. 2 Northeastern W 24-21 Oct. 9 at Maine W 17-14 Oct. 16 Boston U. L 14-44 Oct. 30 Connecticut L 3-21 Nov. 6 at Massachusetts L 24-29 Nov. 13 at Delaware L 10-48 Nov. 20 at William & Mary L 17-31

1994 (3-8) 1-7 Yankee: 6th in div. Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 19

Coach: Jim Marshall at VMI Massachusetts at Connecticut at Northeastern at Villanova Maine Delaware at Boston U. James Madison New Hampshire William & Mary

W W L W L L L L L L L

34-31 14-13 21-36 23-11 6-38 10-24 3-28 24-40 16-29 14-42 20-21

1995 (7-3-1) 5-3 Yankee: t-3rd, div.

Final Rank #20 Coach: Jim Reid Cap: J.Pritchett, R.Bowens, B.Leibrand Sept. 2 VMI W 51-28 Sept. 9 at 19 Massachusetts W 21-7 Sept. 16 The Citadel W 17-13 21 Sept. 30 Boston U. W 21-6 Oct. 7 Northeastern (2ot) W 26-23 Oct. 14 at 8 Delaware L 0-15 Oct. 21 at Fordham T 3-3 Oct. 28 at 15 James Madison W 34-33 Nov. 4 New Hampshire W 7-3 Nov. 11 at 25 William & Mary L 7-27 Nov. 18 at Villanova L 0-28

1996 (2-9) 1-7 Yankee: 6th in div. Captains: Sept. 7 Sept. 14 at Sept. 21 Sept. 28 at Oct. 5 at Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 at Nov. 9 at Nov. 16

Coach: Jim Reid Art Blanchard, Game Captains Colgate W 13-0 The Citadel L 10-13 Massachusetts (ot) L 17-23 Boston U. W 37-7 Northeastern L 10-27 11 Delaware L 7-14 13 James Madison L 27-31 17 Villanova L 3-20 20 New Hampshire L 13-14 VMI L 7-20 7 William & Mary L 13-28

1997 (6-5) 4-4 A-10: t-4th in div.

Coach: Jim Reid Cap: Barber, Goodwin, Neal, Streater Aug. 30 at Massachusetts W 21-6 Sept. 6 at Colgate W 23-7 Sept. 13 at Virginia L 7-26 Sept. 20 VMI W 56-3 Oct. 4 Maine W 17-14 Oct. 11 at 6 Delaware L 7-24 3 Oct. 18 Villanova L 29-40 Oct. 25 at James Madison W 26-21 Nov. 1 Northeastern L 17-21 Nov. 8 Rhode Island W 27-11 Nov. 15 at William & Mary L 7-10

1998 (9-3) 7-1 A-10: 1st in div. Cap: Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28

ATLANTIC 10 CHAMPIONS NCAA FIRST ROUND Final Rank #5/9 Coach: Jim Reid E. King, M. Megna, W. October at Rutgers L 6-7 Massachusetts L 17-22 at Rhode Island (ot) W 20-17 at Pennsylvania W 34-18 James Madison W 28-7 at New Hampshire W 22-13 at Maine W 35-10 at Northeastern W 21-20 at Villanova W 28-14 12 Delaware W 45-6 13 William & Mary W 42-17 DIVISION I-AA PLAYOFFS 14 Lehigh L 23-24

1999 (5-6) 3-5 A-10: t-8th Cap: Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

Coach: Jim Reid Anderson, Davis, Lenon, Miles VMI W 42-6 Villanova L 30-35 at Maine L 14-21 New Hampshire W 27-17 at 14 Delaware L 33-41 Rhode Island W 41-38 at 3 Hofstra W 31-21 at Connecticut W 28-21 17 Massachusetts L 6-33 at 14 James Madison L 13-31 William & Mary L 14-31

2000 (10-3) 7-1 A-10: t-1st

ATLANTIC 10 CHAMPIONS NCAA QUARTERFINALS Final Rank #6 Coach: Jim Reid Captains: E. Beatty, H. Hill, M. Janney Sept. 2 Bucknell W 10-7 Sept. 9 at Virginia L 6-34 3 Sept. 16 Massachusetts W 31-24 Sept. 30 at Arkansas State W 30-27 7 Oct. 7 Delaware L 17-24 Oct. 14 at New Hampshire W 31-10 Oct. 21 Maine W 17-6 W 28-18 Oct. 28 at 8 Villanova Nov. 4 at Rhode Island (ot) W 13-10 17 Nov. 11 James Madison W 21-2 Nov. 18 at William & Mary W 21-18 DIVISION I-AA PLAYOFFS 9 Nov. 25 Youngstown State W 10-3 Dec. 2 at 1 Montana L 20-34

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2001 (3-8)

3-6 A-10: t-8th Coach: Jim Reid Cap: D. Giles, J. Spraker, S. Gustus Sept. 1 at Virginia L 16-17 Sept. 22 at Vanderbilt L 22-28 14 Sept. 29 Villanova L 30-31 Oct. 6 at Maine L 3-14 Oct. 13 at James Madison W 20-17 Oct. 20 at Northeastern L 0-7 4 Oct. 27 Rhode Island W 28-0 5 Nov. 3 Hofstra L 21-35 Nov. 10 at Delaware L 6-10 25 Nov. 17 William & Mary L 20-23 Nov. 23 at Massachusetts W 35-7

2002 (4-7)

4-5 A-10: t-6th Coach: Jim Reid Cap: Archie, Boyer, Richeson, West Aug. 29 at Temple L 7-34 9 Sept. 7 Delaware W 15-13 7 Sept. 21 Furman L 7-17 Oct. 5 Massachusetts L 13-34 Oct. 12 at New Hampshire L 19-20 Oct. 19 James Madison W 26-0 Oct. 26 at Rhode Island W 26-0 20 Nov. 2 Northeastern L 21-24 Nov. 9 at Hofstra L 16-26 11 Nov. 16 Maine L 14-21 Nov. 23 at 24 William & Mary W 35-13

2003 (2-9) 1-8 A-10: 11th

Coach: Jim Reid Captains: Joe Wilson, Jon Wilson Sept. 13 at 9 Delaware L 14-44 Sept. 20 at 9 Furman L 17-31 Sept. 27 Rhode Island L 13-17 Oct. 4 at 23 Maine L 10-20 Oct. 11 at James Madison L 14-34 Oct. 18 New Hampshire W 35-23 Oct. 25 VMI W 35-25 7 Nov. 1 Villanova L 13-42 Nov. 8 at 4 Massachusetts L 17-30 Nov. 15 at 23 Northeastern L 0-45 Nov. 22 William & Mary L 21-59

2004 (3-8) 2-6 A-10: 5th South Cap: Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

Coach: Dave Clawson B. Neuman, M. Rogers, S. Tutt at North Carolina State L 0-42 at VMI W 34-7 at 9 Massachusetts W 24-14 Lafayette L 16-21 12 Maine L 25-29 at 24 Villanova L 10-49 13 James Madison L 20-26 at Hofstra L 17-48 Towson W 24-0 11 Delaware L 14-23 at 6 William & Mary L 14-38

2005 (9-4) 7-1 A-10: 1st South

ATLANTIC 10 CHAMPIONS NCAA QUARTERFINALS Final Rank #8 Coach: Dave Clawson Cap: Burnette, Freeman, Gromin, Tutt 15 Sept. 1 Massachusetts L 6-19 Sept. 10 at Lafayette L 0-7 Sept. 17 at Maine W 26-21 Sept. 24 at Vandrebilt L 13-37 Oct. 8 Villanova W 38-20 22 Oct. 15 Delaware W 20-10 23 Oct. 22 Hofstra (2ot) W 43-37 Oct. 29 at 17 James Madison W 18-15 Nov. 5 VMI W 38-3 Nov. 12 at Towson W 48-21 Nov. 19 William & Mary W 41-7 DIVISION I-AA PLAYOFFS Nov. 26 at 2 Hampton W 38-10 3 Dec. 3 Furman L 20-24

2006 (6-5) 3-5 A-10: T4th South

Coach: Dave Clawson Cap: Altman, Campbell, Gray, McCallum Sept. 2 at Duke W 13-0 Sept. 16 VMI W 58-7 Sept. 23 Bucknell W 48-21 Sept. 30 Northeastern W 12-7 Oct. 7 at 1 New Hampshire L 17-27 Oct. 14 at Rhode Island W 31-6 Oct. 21 Delaware L 24-28 5 Oct. 28 James Madison L 10-27 Nov. 4 at Villanova L 21-31 Nov. 11 Towson L 7-31 Nov. 18 at William & Mary W 31-14

2007 (11-3) 7-1 CAA: 1st South

CAA CHAMPIONS NCAA SEMIFINALS Final Rank #4 Coach: Dave Clawson Cap: Tim Hightower, Stephen Howell Sept. 1 at Vanderbilt L 17-41 Sept. 8 at Northeastern W 49-14 Sept. 22 at Bucknell W 45-14 11 Sept. 29 New Hampshire W 45-38 Oct. 6 at Towson L 21-23 Oct. 13 Stony Brook W 42-0 Oct. 20 Rhode Island W 38-6 Oct. 27 at 6 James Madison W 17-16 23 Nov. 3 Villanova W 35-27 Nov. 10 at 6 Delaware (5ot) W 62-56 Nov. 17 William & Mary W 31-20 NCAA FCS PLAYOFFS 9 Nov. 24 Eastern Kentucky W 31-14 Dec. 1 at 11 Wofford W 21-10 Dec. 7 at 5 Appalachian State L 35-55

2008 (13-3) 6-2 CAA: 3rd South

NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Final Rank #1 Coach: Mike London Cap: Crone, Sidbury, Logan, Healy Aug. 30 at 15 Elon W 28-10 Sept. 6 at Virginia L 0-16 Sept. 13 Towson W 45-14 Sept. 20 Maine W 44-17 Sept. 27 at 19 Villanova L 20-26 Oct. 4 at VMI W 56-16 1 Oct. 11 James Madison L 31-38 Oct. 18 at 10 Massachusetts W 30-15 Oct. 25 Georgetown W 48-0 Nov. 8 at Hofstra W 34-14 Nov. 15 Delaware W 31-14 Nov. 22 at 16 William & Mary (ot) W 23-20 NCAA FCS PLAYOFFS 21 Nov. 29 Eastern Kentucky W 38-10 Dec. 6 at 2 Appalachian State W 33-13 Dec. 13 at 4 Northern Iowa W 21-20 FCS CHAMPIONSHIP • CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 5 Dec. 19 Montana W 24-7

2009 (11-2) 7-1 CAA: 1st South

CAA CHAMPIONS NCAA QUARTERFINALS Final Rank #5 Coach: Mike London Cap: Ward, McConaghy, McCracken, Williams Sept. 5 at Duke W 24-16 Sept. 12 at Delaware W 16-15 Sept. 19 Hofstra W 47-0 Sept. 26 VMI W 38-28 Oct. 10 at 13 James Madison W 21-17 Oct. 17 at Maine W 38-21 14 Oct. 24 Massachusetts W 34-12 Oct. 31 at Towson W 42-14 4 Nov. 7 Villanova L 20-21 Nov. 14 at Georgetown W 49-10 5 Nov. 21 William & Mary W 13-10 NCAA FCS PLAYOFFS 9 Nov. 28 Elon W 16-13 5 Dec. 5 Appalachian State L 35-31

2010 (6-5)

4-4 CAA: T5th Coach: Latrell Scott Cap: Parker, McBride, Lachenmayer Sept. 4 at Virginia L 13-34 7 Sept. 18 Elon (ot) W 27-21 7 Sept. 25 Delaware L 13-34 Oct. 2 Coastal Carolina W 41-19 Oct. 9 at 22 New Hampshire L 0-17 Oct. 16 at 8 Massachusetts W 11-10 Oct. 23 Towson W 28-6 Oct. 30 at 5 Villanova L 7-28 22 Nov. 6 James Madison (ot) W 13-10 Nov. 13 Rhode Island W 15-6 Nov. 20 at 6 William & Mary L 3-41

2012 (8-3) 6-2 CAA: T-1st

CAA CHAMPIONS Final Rank #18/18 Coach: Danny Rocco Cap: Laub, Taylor, Gaskins, McMillan, Gund Sept. 1 at Virginia L 19-43 Sept. 8 Gardner-Webb W 41-8 Sept. 15 at VMI W 47-6 Sept. 22 at Georgia State W 35-14 Sept. 29 4 Old Dominion L 37-45 Oct. 6 at Villanova W 28-17 Oct. 13 at 12 New Hampshire L 40-44 Oct. 20 2 James Madison W 35-29 Nov. 3 Rhode Island W 39-0 Nov. 10 Delaware W 23-17 Nov. 17 at William & Mary W 21-14

2013 (6-6)

4-4 CAA: T-5th Coach: Danny Rocco Cap: Edwards, Gund, Pierce, Roller, Scott, Wynn Aug. 31 VMI W 34-0 Sept. 7 at N.C. State L 21-23 Sept. 14 at Gardner-Webb L 10-12 Sept. 21 Liberty W 30-21 Sept. 28 Maine L 21-28 Oct. 12 at 21 James Madison L 31-38 Oct. 19 at Rhode Island L 10-12 Oct. 26 8 Towson L 32-48 Nov. 2 Albany W 27-10 Nov. 9 Stony Brook W 39-31 Nov. 16 at 21 Delaware W 46-43 Nov. 23 19 William & Mary W 31-20

2014 (9-5) 5-3 CAA: 3rd

NCAA SECOND ROUND Final Rank #16 Coach: Danny Rocco Cap: Gund, R. Barnette, Roane, Strauss, Wright, Williamson Aug. 30 Morehead State W 55-10 Sept. 6 at Virginia L 13-45 Sept. 13 Hampton W 42-17 7 Sept. 20 New Hampshire L 26-29 Oct. 4 at Liberty (2ot) W 46-39 Oct. 11 at Albany W 41-28 Oct. 18 Rhode Island W 37-0 Oct. 25 at Elon W 30-10 4 Nov. 1 Villanova W 10-9 Nov. 8 at Maine L 20-33 25 Nov. 15 James Madison L 20-55 Nov. 22 at 22 William & Mary W 34-20 NCAA FCS PLAYOFFS Nov. 29 Morgan State W 46-24 Dec. 6 at 6 Coastal Carolina L 15-36

Location Key:

! - Newport News, Va. # - Washington, D.C. $ - Norfolk, Va. % - Salem, Va. ^ - Bluefield, W.Va. & - Charlotte, N.C. * - Portsmouth, Va. + - Oyster Bowl; Norfolk, Va. ~ - London, England ••••• XX - Digit represents the opponent’s rank in the Sports Network Top 25 for that week

2011 (3-8)

0-8 CAA: 10th Coach: Wayne Lineburg (Interim) Cap: Corp, Gray, Jackson, Goss, Graham Sept. 3 at Duke W 23-21 Sept. 10 Wagner W 21-6 Sept. 17 VMI W 34-19 11 Sept. 24 New Hampshire L 43-45 Oct. 1 at 9 James Madison L 7-31 Oct. 8 at 25 Towson L 28-31 9 Oct. 22 Maine L 22-23 Oct. 29 Massachusetts L 7-28 Nov. 5 at 12 Old Dominion L 28-42 Nov. 12 at 15 Delaware L 10-24 Nov. 19 William & Mary L 23-25

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SERIES RECORDS Alabama (0-1)

Date Site Result Series 11/11/1961 Tuscaloosa, Ala. L 0 66 0-1 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 0 • Alabama: 66

Albany (2-0)

Date Site Result Series 11/2/2013 Richmond, Va. W 27 10 1-0 10/11/2014 Albany, N.Y. W 41 28 2-0 Home: 1-0 • Away: 1-0 Total Points: Richmond: 68 • Albany: 38

Appalachian State (3-5)

Date Site Result Series 11/16/1974 Richmond, Va. L 13 14 0-1 10/25/1975 Boone, N.C. W 24 17 1-1 9/21/1977 Richmond, Va. W 21 13 2-1 9/23/1978 Boone, N.C. L 19 24 2-2 11/28/1987 Boone, N.C. (NCAA) L 3 20 2-3 12/7/2007 Boone, N.C. (NCAA) L 35 55 2-4 12/6/2008 Boone, N.C. (NCAA) W 33 13 3-4 12/5/2009 Richmond, Va. (NCAA) L 31 35 3-5 Home: 1-2 • Away: 2-3 Total Points: Richmond: 179 • App. State: 180

Arkansas State (2-1)

Date 10/6/1979 9/19/1981 9/30/2000

Site Result Series Richmond, Va. L 3 24 0-1 Jonesboro, Ark W 24 20 1-1 Jonesboro, Ark. W 30 27 2-1 Home: 0-1 • Away: 2-0 Total Points: Richmond: 57 • Arkansas State: 71

Date 9/23/1961

Army (0-1)

Site Result West Point, N.Y. L 6 24 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 6 • Army: 24

Series 0-1

Auburn (0-1)

Date Site Result Series 10/4/1980 Auburn, Ala. L 16 55 0-1 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 16 • Auburn:55

Ball State (0-2)

Date Site Result Series 10/12/1974 Muncie, Ind. L 23 38 0-1 10/11/1975 Richmond, Va. L 14 25 0-2 Home: 0-1 • Away: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 37 • Ball State: 63

Boston College (1-4)

Date 11/2/1951 9/26/1952 10/31/1953 10/23/1965 10/2/1971

Site Result Series Chestnut Hill, Mass. L 7 21 0-1 Chestnut Hill, Mass. L 7 14 0-2 Chestnut Hill, Mass. W 14 0 1-2 Chestnut Hill, Mass. L 7 38 1-3 Richmond, Va. L 0 24 1-4 Home: 0-1 • Away: 1-3 Total Points: Richmond: 35 • Boston College: 97

Boston University (9-6)

Date Site Result Series 10/20/1962 Boston, Mass. W 14 7 1-0 10/8/1983 Richmond, Va. L 17 26 1-1 11/24/1984 Richmond, Va. (NCAA) W 35 33 2-1 11/2/1985 Boston, Ma. L 13 24 2-2 10/4/1986 Richmond, Va W 56 15 3-2 10/29/1987 Boston, Ma. W 33 24 4-2 10/16/1988 London, England W 20 17 5-2 10/7/1989 Richmond, Va. L 0 35 5-3 10/13/1990 Boston, Mass. L 14 28 5-4 10/19/1991 Richmond, Va. W 32 18 6-4 10/17/1992 Boston, Mass. W 37 27 7-4 10/16/1993 Richmond, Va. L 14 44 7-5 10/22/1994 Boston, Mass. L 24 40 7-6 9/30/1995 Richmond, Va. W 21 6 8-6 9/28/1996 Boston, Mass. W 37 7 9-6 Home: 4-3 • Away: 4-3 • Neutral: 1-0 Total Points: Richmond: 367 • Boston University: 351

Bowling Green (1-1)

Date 9/6/1980 9/8/1984

Site Result Series Richmond, Va. W 20 17 1-0 Bowling Green, Ohio L 28 55 1-1 Home: 1-0 • Away: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 48 • Bowling Green: 72

Brown (1-0)

Date Site Result Series 11/9/1985 Richmond, Va. W 29 13 1-0 Home: 1-0 • Away: 0-0 Total Points: Richmond: 29 • Brown: 13

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Bucknell (2-0)

Date Site Result Series 9/2/2000 Richmond, Va. W 10 7 1-0 9/23/2006 Lewisburg, Pa. W 48 21 2-0 Home: 1-0 • Away: 1-0 Total Points: Richmond: 50 • Bucknell: 28

Buffalo (0-2)

Date Site Result Series 11/7/1964 Buffalo, N.Y. L 13 28 0-1 10/16/1965 Buffalo, N.Y. L 0 24 0-2 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-2 Total Points: Richmond: 13 • Buffalo: 52

Central Florida (1-0)

Date Site Result Series 10/15/1983 Richmond, Va. W 31 26 1-0 Home: 1-0 • Away: 0-0 Total Points: Richmond: 31 • Central Florida: 26

Chattanooga (0-2)

Date Site Result Series 10/30/1976 Richmond, Va. L 19 28 0-1 11/11/1978 Chattanooga, Tenn. L 3 18 0-2 Home: 0-1 • Away: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 22 • Chattanooga: 46

Cincinnati (3-3)

Date Site Result Series 10/27/1962 Cincinnati, Ohio W 21 20 1-0 9/13/1975 Cincinnati, Ohio L 6 19 1-1 9/30/1978 Richmond, Va. W 51 28 2-1 10/27/1979 Cincinnati, Ohio L 14 17 2-2 11/1/1980 Richmond, Va. W 24 10 3-2 10/17/1981 Cincinnati, Ohio L 18 27 3-3 Home: 2-0 • Away: 1-3 Total Points: Richmond: 135 • Cincinnati: 121

The Citadel (14-13)

Date Site Result Series 10/22/1937 Charleston, S.C. L 0 26 0-1 11/5/1938 Charleston, S.C. L 0 6 0-2 10/28/1939 Richmond, Va. W 19 0 1-2 10/9/1954 Charleston, S.C. W 26 0 2-2 10/7/1955 Richmond, Va. L 12 14 2-3 10/12/1956 Richmond, Va. W 7 3 3-3 10/19/1957 Charleston, S.C. L 0 26 3-4 11/1/1958 Richmond, Va. W 20 0 4-4 10/17/1959 Charleston, S.C. L 7 8 4-5 10/15/1960 Richmond, Va. L 12 24 4-6 10/7/1961 Charleston, S.C. L 6 24 4-7 11/9/1963 Charleston, S.C. W 26 6 5-7 10/10/1964 Charleston, S.C. L 0 33 5-8 10/30/1965 Richmond, Va. L 0 24 5-9 9/24/1966 Charleston, S.C. L 6 24 5-10 11/11/1967 Richmond, Va. W 20 3 6-10 10/12/1968 Charleston, S.C. W 21 16 7-10 11/1/1969 Richmond , Va. W 45 18 8-10 10/31/1970 Charleston, S.C. W 31 14 9-10 11/6/1971 Richmond, Va. L 11 21 9-11 11/4/1972 Charleston, S.C. W 21 7 10-11 11/3/1973 Richmond, Va. W 27 0 11-11 9/28/1974 Charleston, S.C. W 27 24 12-11 11/8/1975 Richmond, Va. W 7 0 13-11 10/16/1976 Charleston, SC L 13 20 13-12 9/16/1995 Richmond, Va. W 17 13 14-12 9/14/1996 Charleston, SC L 10 13 14-13 Home: 8-4 • Away: 6-9 Total Points: Richmond: 391 • The Citadel: 367 Date 11/3/1983 11/3/1984 9/7/1996 9/6/1997

Colgate (3-1)

Site Result Series Hamilton, N.Y. L 14 43 0-1 Richmond, Va. W 55 24 1-1 Richmond, Va. W 13 0 2-1 Hamilton, N.Y. W 23 7 3-1 Home: 2-0 • Away: 1-1 Total Points: Richmond: 105 • Colgate: 74

Connecticut (1-9)

Date Site Result Series 9/20/1986 Storrs, Conn. L 22 29 0-1 10/3/1987 Richmond, Va. L 14 21 0-2 9/10/1988 Storrs, Conn. L 12 35 0-3 10/28/1989 Richmond, Va. L 3 13 0-4 10/27/1990 Storrs, Conn. L 24 42 0-5 11/2/1991 Richmond, Va. L 34 35 0-6 10/31/1992 Storrs, Conn. L 28 30 0-7 10/30/1993 Richmond, Va. L 3 21 0-8 9/17/1994 Storrs, Conn. L 21 36 0-9 10/30/1999 Storrs, Conn. W 28 21 1-9 Home: 0-5 • Away: 1-4 Total Points: Richmond: 189• Connecticut: 283

Cornell (1-4)

Date Site Result Series 10/9/1927 Ithaca, N.Y. L 0 53 0-1 10/10/1931 Ithaca, N.Y. L 0 27 0-2 10/8/1932 Ithaca, N.Y. L 0 28 0-3 10/7/1933 Ithaca, N.Y. L 7 27 0-4 10/6/1934 Ithaca, N.Y. W 6 0 1-4 Home: 0-0 • Away: 1-4 Total Points: Richmond: 13 • Cornell: 135

Davidson (19-9-1)

Date Site Result Series 10/23/1920 Richmond, Va. L 0 7 0-1 10/29/1921 Richmond, Va. T 14 14 0-1-1 10/4/1924 Davidson, N.C. L 0 7 0-2-1 11/9/1946 Davidson, N.C. W 26 7 1-2-1 11/8/1947 Richmond, Va. L 7 13 1-3-1 11/6/1948 Davidson, N.C. W 6 0 2-3-1 10/22/1949 Davidson, N.C. W 28 7 3-3-1 11/18/1950 Richmond, Va. L 0 39 3-4-1 10/20/1951 Richmond, Va. W 25 6 4-4-1 11/8/1952 Davidson, N.C. L 19 38 4-5-1 9/26/1953 Richmond, Va. W 16 0 5-5-1 11/5/1955 Richmond, Va. W 19 0 6-5-1 11/3/1956 Davidson, N.C. L 0 7 6-6-1 11/16/1957 Richmond, Va. L 19 23 6-7-1 11/15/1958 Davidson, N.C. W 27 22 7-7-1 10/10/1959 Richmond, Va. W 21 7 8-7-1 10/22/1960 Richmond, Va. W 35 6 9-7-1 10/28/1961 Richmond, Va. W 20 0 10-7-1 11/10/1962 Davidson, N.C. W 28 20 11-7-1 10/19/1963 Richmond, Va. W 21 13 12-7-1 10/17/1964 Davidson, N.C. W 20 7 13-7-1 10/22/1966 Richmond, Va. W 23 17 14-7-1 10/7/1967 Davidson, N.C. W 24 17 15-7-1 9/28/1968 Richmond, Va. W 24 14 16-7-1 10/11/1969 Davidson, N.C. L 7 37 16-8-1 9/26/1970 Richmond, Va. L 5 14 16-9-1 11/13/1971 Richmond, Va. W 14 7 17-9-1 11/11/1972 Richmond, Va. W 20 14 18-9-1 9/15/1973 Davidson, N.C. W 42 0 19-9-1 Home: 11-5-1 • Away: 8-4 Total Points: Richmond: 510 • Davidson: 363 Date 9/28/1957 9/27/1958 9/19/1959 9/17/1966

Dayton (0-4)

Site Result Series Dayton, Ohio L 7 12 0-1 Dayton, Ohio L 12 13 0-2 Dayton, Ohio L 3 6 0-3 Dayton, Ohio L 0 23 0-4 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-4 Total Points: Richmond: 22 • Dayton: 54

Delaware (10-20)

Date Site Result Series 10/24/1931 Newark, Del. L 0 7 0-1 10/5/1949 Newark, Del. L 7 21 0-2 9/27/1986 Richmond, Va. L 19 20 0-3 9/26/1987 Newark, Del. W 28 21 1-3 9/24/1988 Richmond, Va. L 10 27 1-4 11/11/1989 Newark, Del. L 17 33 1-5 11/10/1990 Richmond, Va. L 25 32 1-6 11/16/1991 Newark, Del. L 17 23 1-7 11/14/1992 Richmond, Va. W 29 21 2-7 11/13/1993 Newark, Del. L 10 48 2-8 10/15/1994 Richmond, Va. L 3 28 2-9 10/14/1995 Newark, Del. L 0 15 2-10 10/12/1996 Richmond, Va. L 7 14 2-11 10/11/1997 Newark, Del. L 7 24 2-12 11/14/1998 Richmond, Va. W 45 6 3-12 10/2/1999 Newark, Del. L 33 41 3-13 10/7/2000 Richmond, Va. L 17 24 3-14 11/10/2001 Newardk, Del. L 6 10 3-15 9/7/2002 Richmond, Va. W 15 13 4-15 9/13/2003 Newark, Del. L 14 44 4-16 11/13/2004 Richmond, Va. L 14 23 4-17 10/15/2005 Richmond, Va. W 20 10 5-17 10/21/2006 Richmond, Va. L 24 28 5-18 11/10/2007 Newark, Del. (5ot) W 62 56 6-18 11/15/2008 Richmond, Va. W 31 14 7-18 9/12/2009 Newark, Del. W 16 15 8-18 9/25/2010 Newark, Del L 13 24 8-19 11/12/2011 Newark, Del. L 10 24 8-20 11/10/2012 Richmond, Va. W 23 17 9-20 11/16/2013 Newark, Del. W 46 43 10-20 Home: 6-8 - Away: 4-12 Total Points: Richmond: 544, Delaware: 712

Duke (4-9)

Date Site Result Series 10/18/1924 Richmond, Va. L 0 14 0-1 10/31/1925 Durham, N.C. L 0 10 0-2 10/2/1926 Richmond, Va. W 9 7 1-2 10/15/1927 Durham, N.C. L 0 72 1-3 9/25/1943 Durham, N.C. L 0 61 1-4 9/23/1944 Durham, N.C. L 7 61 1-5 10/19/1946 Durham, N.C. L 0 41 1-6 9/24/1949 Durham, N.C. L 0 67 1-7 10/21/1950 Richmond, Va. L 0 41 1-8 10/13/1979 Richmond, Va. L 7 34 1-9 9/2/2006 Durham, N.C. W 13 0 2-9 9/5/2009 Durham, N.C. W 24 16 3-9 9/3/2011 Durham, N.C. W 23 21 4-9 Home: 1-2 • Away: 3-7 Total Points: Richmond: 70 • Duke: 445

Duquesne (0-1)

Date Site Result Series 10/29/1937 Pittsburgh, Pa. L 0 24 0-1 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 0 • Duquesne: 24

East Carolina (11-13)

Date Site Result Series 11/17/1956 Richmond, Va. W 45 7 1-0 9/14/1957 Portsmouth, Va. W 40 7 2-0 11/19/1960 Greenville, N.C. L 7 22 2-1 9/15/1962 Richmond, Va. W 27 26 3-1 9/14/1963 Richmond, Va. W 10 7 4-1 10/24/1964 Greenville, N.C. W 22 20 5-1 10/9/1965 Richmond, Va. L 13 34 5-2 11/12/1966 Greenville, N.C. L 16 28 5-3 9/23/1967 Richmond, Va. L 7 23 5-4 10/26/1968 Greenville, N.C. W 31 7 6-4 10/18/1969 Richmond, Va. W 24 7 7-4 10/24/1970 Richmond, Va. W 38 12 8-4 10/9/1971 Greenville, N.C. W 14 7 9-4 10/7/1972 Richmond, Va. L 0 21 9-5 11/10/1973 Greenville, N.C. L 14 44 9-6 11/9/1974 Richmond, Va. W 28 24 10-6 10/4/1975 Greenville, N.C. W 17 14 11-6 11/6/1976 Richmond, Va. L 10 20 11-7 10/15/1977 Greenville, N.C. L 14 35 11-8 10/21/1978 Norfolk, Va. L 14 21 11-9 11/10/1979 Greenville, N.C. L 10 52 11-10 10/11/1980 Richmond, Va. L 22 24 11-11 10/10/1981 Richmond, Va. L 13 17 11-12 10/9/1982 Greenville, N.C. L 14 35 11-13 Home: 6-6 • Away: 4-6 • Neutral: 1-1 Total Points: Richmond: 423 • East Carolina: 511

Elon (5-0)

Date Site Result 10/20/1928 Elon, N.C. W 34 0 8/30/2008 Elon, N.C. W 28 10 11/28/2009 Richmond, Va. (NCAA) W 16 13 9/18/2010 Richmond, Va. (ot) W 27 21 10/25/2014 Elon, N.C. W 30 10 Home: 2-0 • Away: 3-0 Total Points: Richmond: 135 • Elon: 54

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Florida (0-2)

Date Site Result Series 10/5/1963 Gainesville, Fla. L 28 35 0-1 10/17/1970 Gainesville, Fla. L 0 20 0-2 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-2 Total Points: Richmond: 28 • Florida: 55

Florida State (0-3)

Date 10/24/1959 9/17/1960 10/21/1961

Site Result Series Tallahassee, Fla. L 6 22 0-1 Tallahassee, Fla. L 0 28 0-2 Tallahassee, Fla. L 7 13 0-3 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-3 Total Points: Richmond: 13 • Florida State: 63

Fordham (0-0-1)

Date Site Result Series 10/21/1995 Bronx, N.Y. T 3 3 0-0-1 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 3 • Fordham: 3

Coastal Carolina (1-1)

Date Site Result Series 10/2/2010 Richmond, Va. W 41 19 1-0 12/6/2014 Conway, S.C. (NCAA) L 15 36 1-1 Home: 1-0 • Away: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 56 • Coastal Carolina: 55

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SERIES RECORDS Date 10/28/1922 10/25/1923 10/17/1931 9/3/1933 10/8/1948 10/8/1949 11/14/1959 11/11/1960 11/14/1964 11/13/1965 11/5/1966 10/14/1967 10/19/1968 11/8/1969 10/10/1970 10/23/1971 10/21/1972 10/6/1973 10/5/1974 9/20/1975 10/23/1976 11/5/1977 9/21/2002 9/20/2003 12/3/2005

Furman (15-10)

Site Result Series Greenville, S.C. W 13 0 1-0 Richmond, Va. L 7 22 1-1 Greenville, S.C. L 6 34 1-2 Richmond, Va. L 6 14 1-3 Greenville, S.C. W 7 0 2-3 Richmond, Va. W 12 0 3-3 Richmond, Va. W 48 14 4-3 Richmond, Va. W 35 28 5-3 Richmond, Va. L 18 19 5-4 Greenville, S.C. L 0 14 5-5 Richmond, Va. W 24 14 6-5 Greenville, S.C. W 42 14 7-5 Richmond, Va. W 34 0 8-5 Richmond, Va W 37 0 9-5 Greenville, S.C. L 9 23 9-6 Richmond, Va. W 20 0 10-6 Greenville, S.C. W 37 0 11-6 Greenville, S.C. W 20 17 12-6 Richmond, Va. L 14 24 12-7 Richmond, Va. W 27 21 13-7 Greenville, S.C. W 13 9 14-7 Richmond, Va. W 19 13 15-7 Richmond, Va. L 7 17 15-8 Greenville, S.C. L 17 31 15-9 Richmond, Va. (NCAA) L 20 24 15-10 Home: 9-6 • Away: 6-4 Total Points: Richmond: 490 • Furman: 331

Gardner-Webb (1-1)

Date 9/8/2012 9/14/2013

Site Result Series Richmond, Va. W 41 8 1-0 Boiling Spring, N.C. L 10 12 1-1 Home: 1-0 • Away: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 51 • Gardner-Webb: 20

George Washington (9-8)

Date Site Result Series 11/5/1897 Richmond, Va. L 0 22 0-1 11/7/1903 Richmond, Va. W 22 6 1-1 10/15/1904 Washington, D.C. L 0 17 1-2 10/29/1910 Richmond, Va. L 15 21 1-3 10/3/1942 Washington, D.C. L 0 27 1-4 11/30/1951 Washington, D.C. W 20 19 2-4 11/22/1952 Richmond, Va. L 7 29 2-5 11/21/1953 Washington, D.C. L 7 35 2-6 10/29/1954 Washington, D.C. W 7 0 3-6 11/12/1955 Richmond, Va. W 7 0 4-6 11/9/1956 Washington, D.C. L 6 32 4-7 11/9/1957 Richmond, Va. W 13 6 5-7 10/17/1958 Washington, D.C. W 26 6 6-7 11/7/1959 Richmond, Va. W 26 0 7-7 11/4/1960 Washington, D.C. L 0 16 7-8 10/14/1961 Richmond, Va. W 16 15 8-8 11/2/1962 Washington, D.C. W 17 14 9-8 Home: 5-3 • Away: 4-5 Total Points: Richmond: 189 • Geo Wash: 265

Georgetown (3-5)

Date Site Result Series 11/17/1894 Washington, D.C. L 0 34 0-1 10/31/1900 Washington, D.C. L 0 64 0-2 10/16/1909 Richmond, Va. L 0 17 0-3 10/21/1911 Richmond, Va. L 0 65 0-4 11/3/1934 Richmond, Va. W 14 13 1-4 11/2/1935 Richmond, Va. L 0 7 1-5 10/25/2008 Richmond, Va. W 48 0 2-5 11/14/2009 Washington, D.C. W 49 10 3-5 Home: 2-3 - Away: 1-2 Total Points: Richmond: 111, Georgetown: 210 Date 11/1/1975 10/29/1977 11/1/1986

Georgia (0-3)

Site Result Series Athens, Ga. L 24 28 0-1 Athens, Ga. L 7 23 0-2 Athens, Ga. L 13 28 0-3 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-3 Total Points: Richmond: 44 • Georgia: 79

Georgia State (1-0)

Date Site Result Series 9/22/2012 Atlanta, Ga. W 35 14 1-0 Home: 0-0 • Away: 1-0 Total Points: Richmond: 35 • Georgia State: 14

Hampton (2-0)

Date Site Result Series 11/26/2005 Hampton, Va. (NCAA) W 38 10 1-0 9/13/2014 Richmond, Va. W 42 17 2-0 Home: 1-0 • Away: 1-0 Total Points: Richmond: 80 • Hampton: 27

Hofstra (4-3)

Date Site Result Series 10/16/1999 Hempstead, N.Y. W 31 21 1-0 11/3/2001 Richmond, Va. L 21 35 1-1 11/9/2002 Hempstead, N.Y. L 16 26 1-2 10/30/2004 Hempstead, N.Y. L 17 48 1-3 10/22/2005 Richmond, Va. (2ot) W 43 37 2-3 11/8/2008 Hempstead, N.Y. W 34 14 3-3 9/19/2009 Richmond, Va. W 47 0 4-3 Home: 2-1 • Away: 2-2 Total Points: Richmond: 209 • Hofstra: 181

Holy Cross (0-1)

Date Site Result Series 10/31/1964 Worcester, Mass. L 22 36 0-1 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 22 • Holy Cross: 36

James Madison (17-15)

Date Site Result Series 10/3/1981 Richmond, Va. W 24 7 1-0 11/5/1983 Richmond, Va. W 32 0 2-0 9/1/1984 Harrisonburg, Va. W 43 12 3-0 10/5/1985 # Norfolk, Va. W 38 15 4-0 10/10/1987 Harrisonburg, Va. L 3 41 4-1 11/12/1988 Richmond, Va. L 13 25 4-2 9/16/1989 Harrisonburg, Va. L 0 31 4-3 9/22/1990 Richmond, Va. L 0 29 4-4 10/26/1991 Harrisonburg, Va. L 42 47 4-5 9/12/1992 Richmond, Va. W 49 40 5-5 9/11/1993 Harrisonburg, Va. W 20 13 6-5 10/29/1994 Richmond, Va. L 16 29 6-6 10/28/1995 Harrisonburg, Va. W 34 33 7-6 10/19/1996 Richmond, Va. L 27 31 7-7 10/25/1997 Harrisonburg, Va. W 26 21 8-7 10/3/1998 Richmond, Va. W 28 7 9-7 11/13/1999 Harrisonburg, Va. L 13 31 9-8 11/11/2000 Richmond, Va. W 21 2 10-8 10/13/2001 Harrisonburg, Va. W 20 17 11-8 10/19/2002 Richmond, Va. W 26 0 12-8 10/11/2003 Harrisonburg, Va. L 14 34 12-9 10/23/2004 Richmond, Va. L 20 26 12-10 10/29/2005 Harrisonburg, Va. W 18 15 13-10 10/28/2006 Richmond, Va. L 10 27 13-11 10/27/2007 Harrisonburg, Va. W 17 16 14-11 10/11/2008 Richmond, Va. L 31 38 14-12 10/10/2009 Harrisonburg, Va. W 21 17 15-12 11/6/2010 Richmond, Va. (ot) W 13 10 16-12 10/1/2011 Harrisonburg, Va. L 7 31 16-13 10/20/2012 Richmond, Va. W 35 29 17-13 10/12/2013 Harrisonburg, Va. L 31 38 17-14 11/15/2014 Richmond, Va. L 20 55 17-15 # Oyster Bowl Home: 8-8 • Away: 8-7 • Neutral: 1-0 Total Points: Richmond: 712 • James Madison: 767 Date 9/30/1922 9/25/2004 9/10/05

Lafayette (0-3)

Site Result Series Easton, Pa. L 0 34 0-1 Richmond, Va. L 16 21 0-2 Easton, Pa. L 0 7 0-3 Home: 0-1 • Away: 0-2 Total Points: Richmond: 16 • Lafayette: 62

Lehigh (0-1)

Date Site Result Series 11/28/1998 Richmond, Va. L 23 24 0-1 Home: 0-1 • Away: 0-0 Total Points: Richmond: 23 • Lehigh: 24

Louisville (0-1)

Date Site Result Series 10/16/1982 Louisville, Ky. L 0 35 0-1 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 0 • Louisville: 35

Maine (12-13)

8-5 8-6 9-6 9-7 9-8 9-9 9-10 10-10 11-10 12-10 12-11 12-12 12-13

Date Site Result Series 10/5/1907 Richmond, Va. W 11 5 1-0 10/3/1908 Richmond, Va. W 22 0 2-0 10/2/1909 Richmond, Va. L 0 12 2-1 10/1/1910 Richmond, Va. L 0 20 2-2 9/30/1911 Richmond, Va. T 0 0 2-2-1 10/5/1912 Richmond, Va. L 0 46 2-3-1 10/13/1913 College Park, Md. L 0 45 2-4-1 10/7/1922 Richmond, Va. T 0 0 2-4-2 10/11/1923 Washington, D.C. L 0 23 2-5-2 10/11/1924 Richmond, Va. L 0 38 2-6-2 11/7/1936 Richmond, Va. L 0 12 2-7-2 9/24/1938 College Park, Md. W 19 6 3-7-2 10/6/1945 College Park, Md. L 0 21 3-8-2 10/5/1946 College Park, Md. W 37 7 4-8-2 10/10/1947 College Park, Md. L 6 18 4-9-2 9/25/1948 Richmond, Va. L 0 19 4-10-2 9/11/1976 College Park, Md. L 7 31 4-11-2 11/12/1977 Richmond, Va. L 24 27 4-12-2 Home: 2-7-2 • Away: 2-4 • Neutral: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 126 • Maryland: 311

Massachusetts (12-14)

Date Site Result Series 10/13/1984 Amherst, Mass. W 24 7 1-0 9/14/1985 Richmond, Va. W 19 14 2-0 9/13/1986 Amherst, Mass. L 21 24 2-1 9/19/1987 Richmond, Va. (4ot) W 52 51 3-1 11/5/1988 Richmond, Va. L 16 26 3-2 11/4/1989 Amherst, Mass. L 14 17 3-3 11/3/1990 Richmond, Va. L 9 26 3-4 11/9/1991 Amherst, Mass. L 14 42 3-5 11/7/1992 Richmond, Va. L 13 17 3-6 11/6/1993 Amherst, Mass. L 24 29 3-7 9/10/1994 Richmond, Va. W 14 13 4-7 9/9/1995 Amherst, Mass. W 21 7 5-7 9/21/1996 Richmond, Va. (ot) L 17 23 5-8 8/30/1997 Amherst, Mass. W 21 6 6-8 9/12/1998 Richmond, Va. L 17 22 6-9 11/6/1999 Richmond, Va. L 6 33 6-10 9/16/2000 Richmond, Va. W 31 24 7-10 11/23/2001 Amherst, Mass. W 35 7 8-10 10/5/2002 Richmond, Va. L 13 34 8-11 11/8/2003 Amherst, Mass. L 17 30 8-12 9/18/2004 Amherst, Mass. W 24 14 9-12 9/1/2005 Richmond, Va. L 6 19 9-13 10/18/2008 Amherst, Mass. W 30 15 10-13 10/24/2009 Richmond, Va. W 34 12 11-13 10/16/2010 Amherst, Mass. W 11 10 12-13 10/29/2011 Richmond, Va. L 7 28 12-14 Home: 5-9 • Away: 7-5 Total Points: Richmond: 520, Massachusetts: 536 Date Site Result 10/17/1952 Miami, Fla. L 6 41 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 6 • Miami: 41

Series 0-1

Mississippi State (0-2)

Date 10/1/1966 9/20/1969

Site Result Series Starkville, Miss. L 0 20 0-1 Starkville, Miss. L 14 17 0-2 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-2 Total Points: Richmond: 14 • Mississippi State: 37

Morehead State (1-0)

Series 1-0 2-0 2-1 3-1 3-2 3-3 4-3 4-4 5-4 6-4 6-5 7-5

Date Site Result Series 8/30/2014 Richmond, Va. W 55 10 1-0 Home: 1-0 • Away: 0-0 Total Points: Richmond: 55 • Morehead State: 10

Morgan State (1-0)

Montana (1-1)

Date Site Result Series 12/2/2000 Missoula, Mont. NCAA L 20 34 0-1 12/19/2008 Chattanooga, Tenn. NCAA W 24 7 1-1 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-1 • Neutral: 1-0 Total Points: Richmond: 44 • Montana: 41 Date 10/9/1926 9/8/1990

Navy (0-2)

Site Result Annapolis, Md. L 0 26 Annapolis, Md. L 17 28 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-2 Total Points: Richmond: 17 • Navy: 54

Series 0-1 0-2

New Hampshire (10-12)

Maryland (4-12-2)

Miami, Fla. (0-1)

Liberty (2-0)

Date Site Result Series 9/21/2013 Richmond, Va. W 30 21 1-0 10/4/2014 Lynchburg, Va. (2ot) W 46 39 2-0 Home: 1-0 • Away: 1-0 Total Points: Richmond: 76 • Liberty:60

Date Site Result 9/15/1984 Richmond, Va. W 30 13 10/12/1985 Orono, Maine W 37 24 11/15/1986 Richmond, Va. L 11 26 10/17/1987 Orono, Maine W 17 7 10/1/1988 Richmond, Va. L 3 17 9/30/1989 Orono, Maine L 16 41 9/29/1990 Richmond, Va. W 24 16 10/5/1991 Orono, Maine L 15 19 10/3/1992 Richmond, Va. W 28 6 10/9/1993 Orono, Maine W 17 14 10/8/1994 Richmond, Va. L 10 24 10/4/1997 Richmond, Va. W 17 14

10/17/1998 Orono, Maine W 35 10 9/18/1999 Orono, Maine L 14 21 10/21/2000 Richmond, Va. W 17 6 10/6/2001 Orono, Maine L 3 14 11/16/2002 Richmond, Va. L 14 21 10/4/2003 Orono, Maine L 10 20 10/9/2004 Richmond, Va. L 25 29 9/17/2005 Orono, Maine W 36 21 9/20/2008 Richmond, Va. W 44 17 10/17/2009 Orono, Maine W 38 21 10/22/2011 Richmond, Va. L 22 23 9/28/2013 Richmond, Va. L 21 28 11/8/2014 Orono, Maine L 20 33 Home: 6-7 • Away: 6-6 Total Points: Richmond: 514 • Maine: 485

Date Site Result Series 11/29/2014 Richmond, Va. (NCAA) W 46 24 1-0 Home: 1-0 • Away: 0-0 Total Points: Richmond: 46 • Morgan State: 24

Date 9/6/1986 9/5/1987 10/8/1988 10/21/1989 10/6/1990 10/12/1991 10/10/1992 9/18/1993 11/5/1994 11/4/1995 11/2/1996 10/10/1998 9/25/1999 10/14/2000 10/12/2002 10/18/2004 10/7/2006 9/29/2007 10/9/2010 9/24/2011 10/13/2012 9/20/2014

Site Result Series Richmond, Va. W 38 12 1-0 Durham, N.H. W 14 7 2-0 Richmond, Va. (ot) W 23 17 3-0 Durham, NH L 7 21 3-1 Richmond, Va. L 0 19 3-2 Durham, N.H. L 0 34 3-3 Richmond, Va. W 15 7 4-3 Durham, N.H. L 20 31 4-4 Richmond, Va. L 14 42 4-5 Richmond, Va. W 7 3 5-5 Durham, N.H. L 13 14 5-6 Durham, N.H. W 22 13 6-6 Richmond, Va. W 27 17 7-6 Durham, N.H. W 31 10 8-6 Durham, N.H. L 19 20 8-7 Richmond, Va. W 35 23 9-7 Durham, N.H. L 17 27 9-8 Richmond, Va. W 45 38 10-8 Durham, N.C. L 0 17 10-9 Richmond, Va. L 43 45 10-10 Durham, N.H. L 40 44 10-11 Richmond, Va. L 26 29 10-12 Home: 7-4 • Away: 3-8 Total Points: Richmond: 456 • New Hampshire: 500

North Carolina (2-12)

Date 10/21/1892 11/10/1894 11/19/1895 10/12/1906 11/16/1907 10/31/1908 10/30/1909 9/29/1914 11/9/1940 11/8/1941 9/11/1971 9/9/1972 9/17/1977 11/4/1978

Site Result Series Chapel Hill, N.C. L 0 40 0-1 Chapel Hill, N.C. L 0 28 0-2 Chapel Hill, N.C. L 0 34 0-3 Chapel Hill, N.C. L 0 12 0-4 Chapel Hill, N.C. L 11 13 0-5 Chapel Hill, N.C. L 12 17 0-6 Chapel Hill, N.C. L 0 22 0-7 Chapel Hill, N.C. L 0 41 0-8 Richmond, Va. W 14 13 1-8 Richmond, Va. L 0 27 1-9 Richmond, Va. L 0 28 1-10 Chapel Hill, N.C. L 18 28 1-11 Chapel Hill, N.C. L 0 31 1-12 Richmond, Va. W 27 18 2-10 Home: 2-2 • Away: 0-10 Total Points: Richmond: 82 • North Carolina: 352

North Carolina State (1-18-1)

Date 11/18/1895 11/27/1902 11/12/1903 10/11/1906 10/12/1907 10/26/1907 11/12/1910 9/25/1925 10/1/1932 11/16/1935 9/20/1941 9/26/1942 11/18/1944 11/5/1949 11/4/1950 11/13/1954 9/12/1970 9/5/1981 9/4/2004 9/7/2013

Site Result Series Raleigh, N.C. L 0 40 0-1 Raleigh, N.C. L 5 30 0-2 Richmond, Va. L 0 53 0-3 Raleigh, N.C. T 0 0 0-3-1 Richmond, Va. L 4 7 0-4-1 Raleigh, N.C. L 0 11 0-5-1 Raleigh, N.C. L 0 52 0-6-1 Raleigh, N.C. L 0 20 0-7-1 Richmond, Va. L 0 9 0-8-1 Richmond, Va. L 0 6 0-9-1 Raleigh, N.C. L 7 14 0-10-1 Raleigh, N.C. L 0 13 0-11-1 Raleigh, N.C. L 0 39 0-12-1 Raleigh, N.C. L 6 20 0-13-1 Richmond, Va. L 0 7 0-14-1 Raleigh, N.C. L 6 14 0-15-1 Richmond, Va. W 21 6 1-15-1 Raleigh, N.C. L 21 27 1-16-1 Raleigh, N.C. L 0 42 1-17-1 Raleigh, N.C. L 21 23 1-18-1 Home: 1-6 • Away: 0-12-1 Total Points: Richmond: 97 • N.C. State: 427

North Texas (0-2)

Date Site Result Series 10/1/1977 Richmond, Va. L 14 42 0-1 11/13/1982 Richmond, Va. L 13 22 0-2 Home: 0-2 • Away: 0-0 Total Points: Richmond: 27 • North Texas: 64

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SERIES RECORDS Northeast Louisiana (1-1)

Date Site Result Series 9/23/1972 Richmond, Va. W 17 0 1-0 10/27/1973 Monroe, La. L 8 14 1-1 Home: 1-0 • Away: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 25 • Northeast Louisiana: 14

Northeastern (8-5)

Date 11/10/1984 10/19/1985 10/2/1993 9/24/1994 10/7/1995 10/5/1996 11/1/1997 10/24/1998 10/20/2001 11/2/2002 11/15/2003 9/30/2006 9/8/2007

Site Result Series Boston, Mass. W 19 8 1-0 Richmond, Va. W 31 3 2-0 Richmond, Va. W 24 21 3-0 Boston, Mass. W 23 11 4-0 Richmond, Va. W 26 23 5-0 Boston, Mass. L 10 27 5-1 Richmond, Va. L 17 21 5-2 Boston, Mass. W 21 20 6-2 Boston, Mass. L 0 7 6-3 Richmond, Va. L 21 24 6-4 Boston, Mass. L 0 45 6-5 Richmond, Va. W 12 7 7-5 Boston, Mass. W 49 14 8-5 Home: 4-2 • Away: 4-3 Total Points: Richmond: 253 • Northeastern: 231

Northern Iowa (1-0)

Date Site Result Series 12/13/2008 Cedar Falls, Iowa ncaa W 21 20 1-0 Home: 0-0 • Away: 1-0 Total Points: Richmond: 21 • Northern Iowa: 20 Date 11/5/2011 9/29/2012

Old Dominion (0-2)

Site Result Series Norfolk, Va. L 28 42 0-1 Richmond, Va. L 37 45 0-2 Home: 0-1 • Away: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 65 • Old Dominion: 87

Ohio (1-2)

Date Site Result 12/27/1968 Orlando, Fla. tangerine bowl W 49 42 9/18/1982 Columbus, Ohio L 14 23 9/10/1983 Richmond, Va. L 10 17 Home: 0-1 • Away: 0-0 • Neutral: 1-1 Total Points: Richmond: 73 • Ohio: 82

Series 1-0 1-1 1-2

Pennsylvania (2-0)

Date Site Result Series 11/26/1981 Richmond, Va. W 18 12 1-0 9/29/1998 Philadelphia, Pa. W 34 18 2-0 Home: 1-0 • Away: 1-0 Total Points: Richmond: 52 • Pennsylvania: 30

Rhode Island (15-6)

Date 12/1/1984 10/25/1986 10/24/1987 10/22/1988 9/9/1989 9/15/1990 9/14/1991 9/26/1992 11/8/1997 9/19/1998 10/9/1999 11/4/2000 10/27/2001 10/26/2002 9/27/2003 10/14/2006 10/20/2007 11/13/2010 11/3/2012 10/19/2013 10/18/2014

Site Result Series Kingston, R.I. ncaa L 17 23 0-1 Kingston, R.I. W 28 14 1-1 Richmond, Va. W 27 14 2-1 Kingston, R.I. L 10 14 2-2 Richmond, Va. L 14 45 2-3 Kingston, R.I. L 0 37 2-4 Richmond, Va. W 19 10 3-4 Kingston, R.I. W 46 14 4-4 Richmond, Va. W 27 11 5-4 Kingston, R.I. (ot) W 20 17 6-4 Richmond, Va. W 41 38 7-4 Kingston, R.I. (ot) W 13 10 8-4 Richmond, Va. W 28 0 9-4 Kingston, R.I. W 26 0 10-4 Richmond, Va. L 13 17 10-5 Kingston, R.I. W 31 6 11-5 Richmond, Va. W 38 6 12-5 Richmond, Va. W 15 6 13-5 Richmond, Va. W 39 0 14-5 Kingston, R.I. L 10 12 14-6 Richmond, Va. W 37 0 15-6 Home: 9-2 • Away: 6-4 Total Points: Richmond: 499, Rhode Island: 294

Date 11/10/1923 10/1419/39 10/26/1957 10/11/1958 10/30/1982 10/26/1985 9/5/1998

Rutgers (0-6-1)

Site Result Series New Brunswick, N.J. L 0 53 0-1 New Brunswick, N.J. T 6 6 0-1-1 New Brunswick, N.J. L 13 26 0-2-1 New Brunswick, N.J. L 12 23 0-3-1 Richmond, Va. L 14 20 0-4-1 New Brunswick, N.J. L 17 20 0-5-1 New Brunswick, N.J. L 6 7 0-6-1 Home: 0-1 • Away: 0-5-1 Total Points: Richmond: 68 • Rutgers: 155

South Carolina (0-1)

Date 9/11/1982

Site Result Series Columbia, S.C. L 10 30 0-1 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 10 • South Carolina: 30

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Southern Mississippi (2-14)

Date 9/22/1962 10/12/1963 10/3/1964 10/2/1965 10/29/1966 11/4/1967 11/16/1968 10/25/1969 10/3/1970 10/30/1971 10/14/1972 10/13/1973 9/2/1978 11/15/1980 9/26/1981 9/3/1983

Site Result Series Hattiesburg, Miss. L 0 29 0-1 Hattiesburg, Miss. L 0 7 0-2 Hattiesburg, Miss. L 9 14 0-3 Hattiesburg, Miss. L 7 28 0-4 Hattiesburg, Miss. L 0 27 0-5 Hattiesburg, Miss. L 7 19 0-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. W 33 7 1-6 Hattiesburg, Miss. L 28 31 1-7 Hattiesburg, Miss. L 21 43 1-8 Hattiesburg, Miss. L 24 31 1-9 Richmond, Va. L 9 32 1-10 Richmond, Va. W 42 20 2-10 Richmond, Va. L 7 10 2-11 Hattiesburg, Miss. L 12 33 2-12 Richmond, Va. L 10 17 2-13 Hattiesburg, Miss. L 3 32 2-14 Home: 1-3 • Away: 1-11 Total Points: Richmond: 212 • Southern Miss.: 380

Stetson (0-1)

Date Site Result Series 11/10/1951 Deland, Fla. L 14 19 0-1 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 14 • Stetson: 19

Stony Brook (2-0)

Date Site Result Series 10/13/2007 Richmond, Va. W 42 0 1-0 11/9/2013 Stony Brook, N.Y. W 39 31 2-0 Home: 1-0 • Away: 1-0 Total Points: Richmond: 81 • Stony Brook 31

Syracuse (0-1)

Date Site Result Series 11/16/1963 Syracuse, N.Y. L 0 50 0-1 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 0 • Syracuse: 50 Date 8/29/2002

Temple (0-1)

Site Result Series Philadelphia, Pa. L 7 34 0-1 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 7 • Temple: 34

Date 9/21/1963

Tennessee (0-1)

Site Result Series Knoxville, Tenn. L 6 34 0-1 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 6 • Tennessee: 34

Toledo (0-3)

Date Site Result Series 9/14/1968 Toledo, Ohio L 14 31 0-1 12/28/1971 Orlando, Fla. tangerine bowl L 3 28 0-2 9/17/1983 Richmond, Va. L 6 31 0-1 Home: 0-1 • Away: 0-1 • Neutral: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 23 • Toledo: 82

Towson (5-4)

Date Site Result Series 11/6/2004 Richmond, Va. W 24 0 1-0 11/12/2005 Towson, Md. W 48 21 2-0 11/11/2006 Richmond, Va. L 7 31 2-1 10/6/2007 Towson, Md. L 21 23 2-2 9/13/2008 Richmond, Va. W 45 14 3-2 10/31/2009 Towson, Md. W 42 14 4-2 10/23/2010 Richmond, Va. W 28 6 5-2 10/8/2011 Towson, Md. L 28 31 5-3 10/26/2013 Richmond, Va. L 32 48 5-4 Home: 3-2 • Away: 2-2 Total Points: Richmond: 255 • Towson: 198

Tulane (0-1)

Date Site Result 11/26/1903 New Orleans, La. L 5 18 Home: 0-1 • Away: 0-0 Total Points: Richmond: 5 • Tulane: 18 Date 9/4/1976

Tulsa (0-1)

Site Result Tulsa, Okla. L 7 22 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 7 • Tulsa: 22

Date 9/22/2001 9/24/2005 9/1/2007

Series 0-1

Series 0-1

Vanderbilt (0-3)

Site Result Series Nashville, Tenn. L 22 28 0-1 Nashville, Tenn. L 13 37 0-2 Nashville, Tenn. L 17 41 0-3 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-2 Total Points: Richmond: 52 • Vanderbilt: 106

Villanova (11-21)

Date Site Result Series 10/29/1955 Villanova, Pa. L 14 16 0-1 10/25/1958 Villanova, Pa. L 6 13 0-2 9/7/71974 Richmond, Va. W 14 13 1-2 10/9/1976 Villanova, Pa. W 24 7 2-2 10/7/1978 Villanova, Pa. L 14 17 2-3 11/3/1979 Richmond, Va. L 3 9 2-4 9/13/1980 Villanova, Pa. W 21 7 3-4 11/14/1987 Richmond, Va. W 38 35 4-4 10/29/1988 Villanova, Pa. L 6 45 4-5

9/2/1989 Richmond, Va. L 17 20 4-6 10/19/1990 Villanova, Pa. L 10 24 4-7 9/21/1991 Richmond, Va. L 3 35 4-8 9/19/1992 Villanova, Pa. L 33 36 4-9 9/25/1993 Richmond, Va. W 21 7 5-9 10/1/1994 Villanova, Pa. L 6 38 5-10 11/18/1995 Villanova, Pa. L 0 28 5-11 10/26/1996 Richmond, Va. L 3 20 5-12 10/18/1997 Richmond, Va. L 29 40 5-13 11/7/1998 Villanova, Pa. W 28 14 6-13 9/11/1999 Richmond, Va. L 30 35 6-14 10/28/2000 Villanova, Pa. W 28 18 7-14 9/29/2001 Richmond, Va. L 30 31 7-15 11/1/2003 Richmond, Va. L 13 42 7-16 10/16/2004 Villanova, Pa. L 10 49 7-17 10/8/2005 Richmond, Va. W 38 20 8-17 11/4/2006 Villanova, Pa. L 21 31 8-18 11/3/2007 Richmond, Va. W 35 27 9-18 9/27/2008 Villanova, Pa. L 26 20 9-19 11/7/2009 Richmond, Va. W 20 21 9-20 10/30/2010 Villanova, Pa. L 7 28 9-21 10/6/2012 Villanova, Pa. W 28 17 10-21 11/1/2014 Richmond, Va. W 10 9 11-21 Home: 6-9 • Away: 5-12 Total Points: Richmond: 586 • Villanova: 772

Virginia (2-28-2)

Date Site Result Series 10/9/1893 Charlottesville,Va. L 4 34 0-1 10/2/1894 Charlottesville, Va. L 0 48 0-2 10/18/1894 Richmond, Va. L 0 28 0-3 11/12/1895 Charlottesville, Va. L 0 60 0-4 10/10/1900 Charlottesville, Va. L 0 51 0-5 10/3/1906 Charlottesville, Va. L 0 22 0-6 10/27/1906 Charlottesville, Va. L 6 12 0-7 10/2/1907 Charlottesville, Va. L 0 38 0-8 10/10/1914 Charlottesville, Va. L 0 62 0-9 10/9/1915 Charlottesville, Va. L 0 74 0-10 10/14/1916 Charlottesville, Va. L 0 21 0-11 10/4/1919 Charlottesville, Va. T 0 0 0-11-1 10/8/1921 Charlottesville, Va. L 0 14 0-12-1 10/14/1922 Charlottesville, Va. L 6 14 0-13-1 10/4/1923 Charlottesville, Va. L 0 9 0-14-1 10/10/1925 Charlottesville, Va. L 0 19 0-15-1 10/11/1941 Charlottesville, Va. L 0 44 0-16-1 10/17/1942 Richmond, Va. T 7 7 0-16-2 10/9/1943 Charlottesville, Va. W 16 7 1-16-2 11/11/1944 Richmond, Va. L 0 39 1-17-2 11/11/1945 Charlottesville, Va. L 0 45 1-18-2 11/2/1946 Richmond, Va. W 19 7 2-18-2 11/1/1947 Charlottesville, Va. L 0 34 2-19-2 11/15/1952 Charlottesville, Va. L 0 49 2-20-2 9/8/1979 Charlottesville, Va. L 0 31 2-21-2 9/13/1997 Charlottesville, Va. L 7 26 2-22-2 9/9/2000 Charlottesville, Va. L 6 34 2-23-2 9/1/2001 Charlottesville, Va. L 16 17 2-24-2 9/6/2008 Charlottesville, Va. L 0 16 2-25-2 9/4/2010 Charlottesville, Va. L 13 34 2-26-2 9/1/2012 Charlottesville, Va. L 19 43 2-27-2 9/6/2014 Charlottesville, Va. L 13 45 2-28-2 Home: 1-2-1 • Away: 1-26-1 Total Points: Richmond: 132 • Virginia: 984

VMI (44-40-5)

Date Site Result Series 11/10/1893 Lexington, Va. L 0 34 0-1 11/11/1895 Lexington, Va. L 0 44 0-2 10/29/1898 Lexington, Va. L 0 16 0-3 10/28/1901 Lexington, Va. L 0 79 0-4 10/25/1902 Lexington, Va. L 0 33 0-5 11/17/1906 Richmond, Va W 6 4 1-5 11/4/1911 Lexington, Va. L 0 38 1-6 10/3/1914 Lexington, Va. L 0 10 1-7 10/16/1915 Lexington, Va. L 6 13 1-8 9/25/1926 Lexington, Va. L 0 10 1-9 9/24/1927 Lexington, Va. L 0 22 1-10 9/29/1928 Lexington, Va. T 6 6 1-10-1 9/28/1929 Lexington, Va. L 0 40 1-11-1 9/27/1930 Lexington, Va. L 0 12 1-12-1 9/26/1931 Lexington, Va. W 7 0 2-12-1 11/12/1932 Richmond, Va. W 7 0 3-12-1 11/18/1933 Richmond, Va. W 15 0 4-12-1 10/20/1934 Richmond, Va. W 7 0 5-12-1 10/12/1935 Lexington, Va. W 13 6 6-12-1 10/24/1936 Richmond, Va. L 0 20 6-13-1 10/16/1937 Richmond, Va. L 7 21 6-14-1 10/15/1938 Richmond, Va. L 6 13 6-15-1 11/4/1939 Richmond, Va. T 0 0 6-15-2 10/26/1940 Richmond, Va. W 9 7 7-15-2 10/25/1941 Richmond, Va. L 7 25 7-16-2 10/24/1942 Richmond, Va. L 6 20 7-17-2 10/16/1943 Richmond, Va. W 27 0 8-17-2 10/7/1944 Richmond, Va. L 20 26 8-18-2 9/29/1945 Richmond, Va. L 6 40 8-19-2 9/28/1946 Richmond, Va. T 7 7 8-19-3 10/18/1947 Richmond, Va. W 21 20 9-19-3 10/16/1948 Richmond, Va. L 0 9 9-20-3 10/15/1949 Richmond, Va. L 7 14 9-21-3 10/7/1950 Richmond, Va. L 14 26 9-22-3 9/29/1951 Richmond, Va. L 0 34 9-23-3 10/4/1952 Lexington, Va. L 14 28 9-24-3 10/3/1953 Richmond,Va. W 13 7 10-24-3 10/2/1954 Richmond, Va. L 6 19 10-25-3 10/1/1955 Lexington, Va. W 21 0 11-25-3

10/6/1956 Richmond, Va. L 20 35 11-26-3 10/5/1957 Richmond, Va. L 6 28 11-27-3 10/4/1958 Lexington, Va. L 6 12 11-28-3 10/3/1959 Lexington, Va. T 14 14 11-28-4 10/1/1960 Lexington, Va. L 6 21 11-29-4 9/29/1961 Richmond, Va. L 6 8 11-30-4 9/28/1962 Richmond, Va. L 0 21 11-31-4 10/25/1963 Richmond, Va. T 7 7 11-31-5 9/26/1964 Richmond, Va. W 20 14 12-31-5 11/6/1965 Lexington, Va. L 14 21 12-32-5 10/7/1966 Richmond, Va. L 20 34 12-33-5 9/30/1967 Richmond, Va. W 3 0 13-33-5 11/2/1968 Richmond, Va. W 35 7 14-33-5 9/27/1969 Lexington, Va. W 20 0 15-33-5 11/14/1970 Richmond, Va. W 40 17 16-33-5 10/16/1971 Richmond, Va. W 21 6 17-33-5 9/30/1972 Richmond, Va. W 34 15 18-33-5 9/22/1973 Richmond, Va. W 35 0 19-33-5 11/2/1974 Richmond, Va. W 17 14 20-33-5 10/18/1975 Richmond, Va. W 24 19 21-33-5 9/25/1976 Richmond, Va. W 43 0 22-33-5 10/8/1977 Lexington, Va. L 0 25 22-34-5 10/14/1978 Richmond, Va. L 6 23 22-35-5 9/15/1979 Lexington, Va. L 7 17 22-36-5 10/8/1980 Richmond, Va. L 17 22 22-37-5 11/7/1981 Lexington, Va. W 45 14 23-37-5 10/23/1982 Richmond, Va. L 0 14 23-38-5 10/29/1983 Lexington, Va. W 35 19 24-38-5 10/27/1984 Richmond, Va. W 45 3 25-38-5 9/21/1985 Lexington, Va. W 28 14 26-38-5 10/18/1986 Richmond, Va. W 40 9 27-38-5 9/17/1988 Lexington, Va. W 14 13 28-38-5 9/23/1989 Richmond, Va. W 27 22 29-38-5 9/28/1991 Richmond, Va. L 27 38 29-39-5 10/24/1992 Norfolk, Va. oyster bowl W 41 18 30-39-5 9/4/1993 Richmond, Va. W 38 14 31-39-5 9/3/1994 Lexington, Va. W 34 31 32-39-5 9/2/1995 Richmond, Va. W 51 28 33-39-5 11/9/1996 Lexington, Va. L 7 20 33-40-5 9/20/1997 Richmond, Va. W 56 3 34-40-5 9/4/1999 Richmond, Va. W 42 6 35-40-5 10/25/2003 Richmond, Va. W 35 25 36-40-5 9/11/2005 Lexington, Va. W 34 7 37-40-5 11/5/2005 Richmond, Va. W 38 3 38-40-5 9/16/2006 Richmond, Va. W 58 7 39-40-5 10/4/2008 Lexington, Va. W 56 16 40-40-5 9/26/2009 Richmond, Va. W 38 28 41-40-5 9/17/2011 Richmond, Va. W 34 19 42-40-5 9/15/2012 Lexington, Va. W 47 6 43-40-5 8/31/2013 Richmond, Va. W 34 0 44-40-5 Home: 32-21-3 • Away: 11-19-2 • Neutral: 1-0 Total Points: Richmond: 1584 • VMI: 1460

Virginia Tech (8-38-4)

Date 11/13/1897 10/1/1904 10/23/1909 9/30/1916 10/11/1919 11/6/1920 10/15/1921 9/27/1924 10/14/1933 10/31/1936 11/6/1937 11/11/1938 11/11/1939 10/5/1940 11/29/1941 11/7/1942 11/18/1945 11/16/1946 11/15/1947 11/13/1948 11/12/1949 11/11/1950 11/17/1951 11/1/1952 10/10/1953 10/16/1954 10/15/1955 10/20/1956 11/2/1957 11/8/1958 10/31/1959 10/29/1960 11/4/1961 10/13/1962 11/2/1963 9/25/1965 10/2/1967 11/9/1968 10/4/1969 10/26/1974 9/27/1975 11/13/1976 10/22/1977 10/20/1979 10/25/1980 9/12/1981 9/4/1982 10/22/1983 9/22/1984 9/7/1985

Site Result Richmond, Va. L 0 26 Blacksburg, Va. L 0 18 Richmond, Va. L 0 52 Blacksburg, Va. L 0 13 Blacksburg, Va. L 0 21 Blacksburg, Va. L 0 21 Richmond, Va. L 0 34 Blacksburg, Va. L 0 28 Richmond, Va. L 0 7 Blacksburg, Va. L 7 20 Richmond, Va. W 12 7 Richmond, Va. T 0 0 Richmond, Va. W 13 0 Blacksburg, Va. L 0 7 Blacksburg, Va. L 0 13 Richmond, Va. L 7 16 Blacksburg, Va. L 6 44 Richmond, Va. T 7 7 Blacksburg, Va. L 14 26 Richmond, Va. T 7 7 Richmond, Va. L 13 28 Blacksburg, Va. W 32 12 Blacksburg, Va. L 14 20 Richmond, Va. L 2 20 Blacksburg, Va. L 7 21 Richmond, Va. L 12 19 Blacksburg, Va. T 7 7 Richmond, Va. L 14 46 Blacksburg, Va. L 7 42 Blacksburg, Va. L 23 27 Blacksburg, Va. L 29 51 Richmond, Va. L 0 20 Richmond, Va. W 11 0 Blacksburg, Va. L 7 13 Richmond, Va. L 13 14 Richmond, Va. L 7 25 Blacksburg, Va. L 14 45 Blacksburg, Va. L 18 31 Richmond, Va. W 17 10 Blacksburg, Va. L 7 41 Blacksburg, Va. L 9 21 Richmond, Va. W 16 0 Richmond, Va. W 17 14 Blacksburg, Va. L 0 34 Richmond, Va. W 18 7 Blacksburg, Va. L 12 28 Richmond, Va. L 9 20 Blacksburg, Va. L 0 38 Blacksburg, Va. L 13 21 Blacksburg, Va. W 24 14

Series 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 0-6 0-7 0-8 0-9 0-10 1-10 1-10-1 2-10-1 2-11-1 2-12-1 2-13-1 2-14-1 2-14-2 2-15-2 2-15-3 2-16-3 3-16-3 3-17-3 3-18-3 3-19-3 3-20-3 3-20-4 3-21-4 3-22-4 3-23-4 3-24-4 3-25-4 4-25-4 3-26-4 3-27-4 3-28-4 3-29-4 3-30-4 4-30-4 4-31-4 4-32-4 5-32-4 6-32-4 6-33-4 7-33-4 7-34-4 7-35-4 7-36-4 7-37-4 8-37-4

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Richmond, Va. L 10 17 8-38-4 Home: 7-14-3 • Away: 2-24-1 Total Points: Richmond: 455 • Virginia Tech: 1073

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Wagner (1-0)

Site Result Series Richmond, Va. W 21 6 1-0 Home: 1-0 • Away: 0-0 Total Points: Richmond: 21 • Wagner: 6

Wake Forest (6-10-1)

Date Site Result Series 12/10/1889 Richmond, Va. L 14 32 0-1 10/24/1892 Richmond, Va. L 0 16 0-2 11/5/1909 Winston-Salem, N.C. W 5 0 1-2 10/18/1913 Winston-Salem, N.C. W 14 13 2-2 11/13/1920 Richmond, Va. W 20 7 3-2 11/5/1921 Richmond, Va. W 41 0 4-2 10/6/1928 Richmond, Va. L 13 14 4-3 10/5/1929 Richmond, Va. L 0 19 4-3 11/19/1934 Charlotte, N.C. W 39 6 5-3 9/30/1950 Winston-Salem, N.C. L 0 43 5-4 10/6/1951 Winston-Salem, N.C. L 6 56 5-5 10/24/1954 Richmond, Va. T 13 13 5-5-1 11/6/1954 Richmond, Va. L 13 0 5-6-1 9/29/1973 Richmond, Va. W 41 0 6-6-1 11/14/1981 Richmond, Va. L 22 34 6-7-1 9/24/1983 Richmond, Va. L 6 31 6-8-1 10/6/1984 Richmond, Va. L 16 29 6-9-1 9/12/1987 Winston-Salem, N.C. L 0 24 6-10-1 Home: 3-7-1 • Away: 2-3 • Neutral: 1-0 Total Points: Richmond: 237 • Wake Forest: 310

West Virginia (3-21-1)

Date 10/14/1950 10/13/1951 9/24/1955 9/29/1956 9/20/1958 9/26/1959 10/8/1960 9/16/1961 9/19/1964 9/18/1965 9/16/1967 9/21/1968 11/15/1969 9/19/1970 9/25/1971 9/16/1972 10/20/1973 9/14/1974 11/15/1975 10/2/1976 9/10/1977 9/9/1978 9/29/1979 9/27/1980 9/25/1982

Site Result Series Morgantown, W.Va. L 7 46 0-1 Morgantown, W.Va. L 0 24 0-2 Morgantown, W.Va. L 12 33 0-3 Morgantown, W.Va. L 6 30 0-4 Morgantown, W.Va. L 22 66 0-5 Morgantown, W.Va. L 7 10 0-6 Morgantown, W.Va. T 6 6 0-6-1 Morgantown, W.Va. W 35 26 1-6-1 Richmond, Va. L 10 20 1-7-1 Morgantown, W.Va. L 0 56 1-8-1 Richmond, Va. L 6 27 1-9-1 Morgantown, W.Va. L 0 17 1-10-1 Morgantown, W.Va. L 21 33 1-11-1 Morgantown, W.Va. L 10 49 1-12-1 Richmond, Va. L 3 16 1-13-1 Morgantown, W.Va. L 7 28 1-14-1 Richmond, Va. W 38 17 2-14-1 Morgantown, W.Va. W 29 25 3-14-1 Richmond, Va. L 13 31 3-15-1 Morgantown, W.Va. L 6 9 3-16-1 Morgantown, W.Va. L 0 36 3-17-1 Morgantown, W.Va. L 12 14 3-18-1 Richmond, Va. L 18 20 3-19-1 Morgantown, W.Va. L 28 31 3-20-1 Morgantown, W.Va. L 10 43 3-21-1 Home: 1-5 • Away: 2-17-1 Total Points: Richmond: 306 • West Virginia: 713

Western Illinois (1-0)

Date 9/28/1985

Site Result Series Richmond, Va. W 38 20 1-0 Home: 1-0 • Away: 0-0 Total Points: Richmond: 38 • Western Illinois: 20

William & Mary (58-61-5)

“The Oldest Rivalry in the South” Date Site Result Series 11/19/1898 Richmond, Va. W 15 0 1-0 10/21/1899 Richmond, Va. W 41 0 2-0 11/9/1901 Williamsburg, Va. W 27 11 3-0 11/14/1903 Richmond, Va. W 24 0 4-0 11/4/1904 Williamsburg, Va. L 6 15 4-1 10/11/1905 Richmond, Va. T 0 0 4-1-1 10/18/1905 Richmond, Va. L 0 4 4-2-1 11/8/1905 Richmond, Va. W 23 4 5-2-1 11/3/1906 Williamsburg, Va. W 24 0 6-2-1 11/28/1906 Newport News, Va. W 6 0 7-2-1 11/28/1907 Newport News, Va. W 48 0 8-2-1 11/21/1908 Richmond, Va. L 18 21 8-3-1 11/20/1909 Richmond, Va. L 0 17 8-4-1 11/19/1910 Richmond, Va. L 6 18 8-5-1 11/11/1911 Williamsburg, Va. L 0 3 8-6-1 11/9/1912 Richmond, Va. W 20 0 9-6-1 11/8/1913 Newport News, Va. W 20 13 10-6-1 11/22/1913 Williamsburg, Va. W 20 13 11-6-1 10/24/1914 Williamsburg, Va. W 7 3 12-6-1 11/21/1914 Richmond, Va. W 32 0 13-6-1 10/23/1915 Williamsburg, Va. W 28 0 14-6-1 11/20/1915 Richmond, Va. W 40 0 15-6-1 10/28/1916 Richmond, Va. W 48 0 16-6-1 11/18/1916 Williamsburg, Va. T 0 0 16-6-2 10/13/1917 Richmond, Va. W 28 0 17-6-2 11/17/1917 Williamsburg, Va. W 19 0 18-6-2 11/30/1918 Williamsburg, Va. W 7 0 19-6-2 10/18/1919 Williamsburg, Va. L 0 7 19-7-2 11/8/1919 Richmond, Va. W 17 0 20-7-2 11/28/1919 Richmond, Va. W 21 0 21-7-2 10/20/1920 Williamsburg, Va. W 13 0 22-7-2 11/24/1921 Richmond, Va. W 17 7 23-7-2 11/30/1922 Richmond, Va. W 13 3 24-7-2 11/29/1923 Richmond, Va. L 6 27 24-8-2 11/27/1924 Richmond, Va. L 6 20 24-9-2 11/25/1925 Richmond, Va. L 0 14 24-10-2 11/25/1926 Richmond, Va. L 0 14 24-11-2 11/23/1927 Richmond, Va. T 0 0 24-11-3 11/19/1928 Richmond, Va. L 0 7 24-12-3 11/28/1929 Richmond, Va. L 0 25 24-13-3 11/24/1930 Richmond, Va. L 0 19 24-14-3 11/26/1931 Richmond, Va. W 6 2 25-14-3 11/24/1932 Richmond, Va. W 18 7 26-14-3 11/26/1933 Richmond, Va. L 0 6 26-15-3 11/29/1934 Richmond, Va. W 6 0 27-15-3 11/28/1935 Richmond, Va. T 6 6 27-15-4 11/26/1936 Richmond, Va. W 7 0 28-15-4 11/25/1937 Richmond, Va. W 6 0 29-15-4 11/24/1938 Richmond, Va. W 10 7 30-15-4 11/25/1939 Richmond, Va. L 0 7 30-16-4 11/21/1940 Richmond, Va. L 0 16 30-17-4 11/20/1941 Richmond, Va. L 3 33 30-18-4 11/26/1942 Richmond, Va. L 0 10 30-19-4 11/30/1944 Richmond, Va. L 0 40 30-20-4 11/22/1945 Richmond, Va. L 0 33 30-21-4 11/28/1946 Richmond, Va. L 0 40 30-22-4 11/27/1947 Richmond, Va. L 0 35 30-23-4 10/30/1948 Williamsburg, Va. L 6 14 30-24-4 10/29/1949 Richmond, Va. L 0 34 30-25-4 12/2/1950 Williamsburg, Va. L 6 40 30-26-4 10/27/1951 Richmond, Va. L 14 20 30-27-4 10/24/1952 Williamsburg, Va. L 13 42 30-28-4 11/14/1953 Richmond, Va. L 0 21 30-29-4 11/25/1954 Richmond, Va. L 0 2 30-30-4 11/24/1955 Richmond, Va. T 6 6 30-30-5 11/22/1956 Richmond, Va. W 6 0 31-30-5 11/28/1957 Richmond, Va. W 12 7 32-30-5 11/27/1958 Richmond, Va. L 15 18 32-31-5 11/21/1959 Richmond, Va. W 20 12 33-31-5 11/24/1960 Richmond, Va. W 19 0 34-31-5 11/23/1961 Richmond, Va. W 36 18 35-31-5 11/22/1962 Williamsburg, Va. W 15 3 36-31-5 11/23/1963 Richmond, Va. L 6 29 36-32-5 11/26/1964 Richmond, Va. L 13 33 36-33-5 11/20/1965 Richmond, Va. L 0 21 36-34-5 11/19/1966 Richmond, Va. L 19 35 36-35-5 11/19/1967 Williamsburg, Va. W 16 7 37-35-5 11/23/1968 Richmond, Va. W 31 6 38-35-5 11/22/1969 Williamsburg, Va. W 28 17 39-35-5 11/21/1970 Richmond, Va. L 33 34 39-36-5 11/20/1971 Williamsburg, Va. W 21 19 40-36-5 11/18/1972 Richmond, Va. W 20 3 41-36-5 11/17/1973 Williamsburg, Va. W 31 0 42-36-5 11/23/1974 Richmond, Va. L 12 54 42-37-5 11/22/1975 Williamsburg, Va. L 21 31 42-38-5 11/20/1976 Richmond, Va. W 21 10 43-38-5 11/19/1977 Williamsburg, Va. L 13 29 43-39-5 11/18/1978 Richmond, Va. W 17 3 44-39-5 11/17/1979 Williamsburg, Va. L 10 24 44-40-5 11/22/1980 Richmond, Va. W 26 14 45-40-5 11/21/1981 Williamsburg, Va. L 21 35 45-41-5 11/20/1982 Richmond, Va. L 17 28 45-42-5 11/19/1983 Williamsburg, Va. L 15 24 45-43-5 11/17/1984 Richmond, Va. W 33 31 46-43-5

11/16/1985 Williamsburg, Va. L 17 28 46-44-5 11/22/1986 Richmond, Va. L 14 21 46-45-5 11/21/1987 Williamsburg, Va. L 7 21 46-46-5 11/19/1988 Richmond, Va. W 24 19 47-46-5 11/18/1989 Williamsburg, Va. L 10 22 47-47-5 11/17/1990 Richmond, Va. L 10 31 47-48-5 11/23/1991 Williamsburg, Va. L 7 49 47-49-5 11/21/1992 Richmond, Va. L 19 34 47-50-5 11/20/1993 Williamsburg, Va. L 17 31 47-51-5 11/19/1994 Richmond, Va. L 20 21 47-52-5 11/11/1995 Williamsburg, Va. L 7 27 47-53-5 11/16/1996 Richmond, Va. L 13 28 47-54-5 11/15/1997 Williamsburg, Va. L 7 10 47-55-5 11/21/1998 Richmond, Va. W 42 17 48-55-5 11/20/1999 Richmond, Va. L 14 31 48-56-5 11/18/2000 Williamsburg, Va. W 21 18 49-56-5 11/17/2001 Richmond, Va. L 20 23 49-57-5 11/23/2002 Williamsburg, Va. W 35 13 50-57-5 11/22/2003 Richmond, Va. L 21 59 50-58-5 11/20/2004 Williamsburg, Va. L 14 38 50-59-5 11/19/2005 Richmond, Va. W 41 7 51-59-5 11/18/2006 Williamsburg, Va. W 31 14 52-59-5 11/17/2007 Richmond, Va. W 31 20 53-59-5 11/22/2008 Williamsburg, Va. (ot) W 23 20 54-59-5 11/21/2009 Richmond, Va. W 13 10 55-59-5 11/20/2010 Williamsburg, Va. L 3 41 55-60-5 11/19/2011 Richmond, Va. L 23 25 55-61-5 11/17/2012 Williamsburg, Va. W 21 14 56-61-5 11/23/2013 Richmond, Va. W 31 20 57-61-5 11/22/2014 Williamsburg, Va. W 34 20 58-61-5 Home: 36-41-4 • Away: 19-20-1 • Neutral: 3-0 Total Points: Richmond: 1844 • W&M: 1963

Wisconsin (0-1)

Date Site Result Series 9/16/1978 Madison, Wisc. L 6 7 0-1 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-1 Total Points: Richmond: 6 • Wisconsin: 7 Date 12/1/2008

Wofford (1-0)

Site Result Series Spartanburg, S.C. ncaa W 21 10 1-0 Home: 0-0 • Away: 1-0 Total Points: Richmond: 21 • Wofford: 10

Wyoming (0-2)

Date Site Result Series 9/22/1979 Laramie, Wy. L 7 9 0-1 9/20/1980 Laramie, Wy. L 14 35 0-2 Home: 0-0 • Away: 0-2 Total Points: Richmond: 21 • Wyoming: 44

Youngstown State (1-0)

Date Site Result Series 11/25/2000 Richmond, Va. ncaa W 10 3 1-0 Home: 1-0 • Away: 0-0 Total Points: Richmond: 10 • Youngstown State: 3

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RECORD VERSUS ALL OPPONENTS Team Alabama Albany Allegheny Institute Appalachian State Apprentice Arkansas State Army Auburn Ball State Boston College Boston University Bowling Green Brown Bucknell Buffalo Camp Pickett Capital City A.C. Catawba Catholic Central Florida Charleston Coast Guard Chattanooga Cincinnati Citadel Coastal Carolina Colgate Connecticut Cornell Curtis Bay Coast Guard Danville Military Acad. Davis & Elkins Davidson Dayton Delaware Duke Duquesne East Carolina Eastern Kentucky Elon Emory & Henry Florida Florida State Fordham Fort Monroe Franklin & Marshall Fredericksburg College Fulton Aviators Furman Gallaudet Gardner-Webb Gettysburg Georgetown George Washington Georgia Georgia State Guilford Hampden Sydney Hampton Hampton A.C.

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Gm First Last 1 1961 1961 2 2013 2014 1 1893 1893 8 1974 2009 5 1936 1940 3 1979 2000 1 1961 1961 1 1980 1980 2 1974 1975 5 1951 1971 15 1962 1996 2 1980 1984 1 1985 1985 3 2000 2007 2 1964 1965 1 1942 1942 1 1893 1893 1 1945 1945 3 1916 1921 1 1983 1983 1 1943 1943 2 1976 1978 6 1962 1981 27 1937 1996 2 2010 2014 4 1983 1997 10 1986 1999 5 1927 1934 1 1943 1943 1 1903 1903 1 1934 1934 29 1920 1973 4 1957 1966 30 1931 2013 13 1924 2011 1 1937 1937 24 1956 1982 2 2007 2008 5 1928 2014 9 1928 1936 2 1963 1970 3 1959 1961 1 1995 1995 1 1904 1904 3 1935 1940 3 1900 1911 1 1918 1918 25 1922 2005 2 1908 1913 2 2012 2013 1 1939 1939 8 1894 2009 17 1897 1962 3 1975 1986 1 2012 2012 1 1945 1945 59 1892 1954 2 2005 2014 2 1895 1897

W L T 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 5 0 4 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 4 0 9 6 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 3 3 0 14 13 0 1 1 0 3 1 0 1 9 0 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 19 9 1 0 4 0 10 20 0 4 9 0 0 1 0 11 13 0 2 0 0 5 0 0 3 6 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 15 10 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 3 5 0 9 8 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 34 16 9 2 0 0 0 2 0

141 Opponents in 131 Years Team Gm First Last Hofstra 7 1999 2009 Hoge Academy 1 1902 1902 Holy Cross 1 1964 1964 James Madison 32 1981 2014 Johns Hopkins 5 1925 1929 Keswick School 1 1891 1891 Lafayette 3 1922 2005 Liberty 2 2013 2014 Louisville 1 1982 1982 Lynchburg 8 1920 1930 McCabe 2 1887 1888 Maine 25 1984 2014 Maryland 18 1907 1977 Massachusetts 26 1984 2011 Miami 1 1952 1952 Mississippi State 2 1966 1969 Montana 2 2000 2008 Morehead State 1 2014 2014 Morgan State 1 2014 2014 Navy 2 1926 1990 New Hampshire 22 1986 2014 Newport News A. C. 1 1898 1898 Norfolk High 1 1904 1904 Norfolk Marines 1 1943 1943 Norfolk YMCA 1 1894 1894 North Carolina 14 1892 1978 North Carolina State 20 1895 2013 North Texas State 2 1977 1982 Northeast Louisiana 2 1972 1973 Northeastern 13 1984 2007 Northern Iowa 1 2008 2008 Oceana Naval Air Base 1 1945 1945 Old Dominion 2 2011 2012 Ohio University 3 1968 1983 Pantops Academy 1 1899 1899 Parsons 1 1967 1967 Pennsylvania 2 1981 1998 Petersburg A.C. 2 1888 1889 Petersburg YMCA 2 1897 1903 Portsmouth A.C. 1 1899 1899 Portsmouth Fleet 1 1944 1944 Randolph Macon 87 1881 1957 Rhode Island 21 1984 2014 Richmond A.C. 1 1897 1897 Richmond Air Base 2 1943 1944 Richmond Blues 4 1912 1916 Richmond Indians 1 1905 1905 Roanoke 17 1912 1938 Rock Hill College 2 1910 1912 Rollins 2 1947 1948 Rutgers 7 1923 1998 St. Alban’s 1 1897 1897 St. John’s 3 1905 1926 South Carolina 1 1982 1982 Southern Mississippi 16 1962 1983 Stony Brook 2 2007 2013 Stetson 1 1951 1951 Syracuse 1 1963 1963 Temple 1 2002 2002

W L T 4 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 17 15 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 8 0 0 0 2 0 12 13 0 4 12 2 12 14 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 10 12 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 12 0 1 18 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 8 5 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 57 23 7 15 6 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 7 6 4 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 6 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 2 14 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

Team Tennessee Toledo Towson Tulane Tulsa Vanderbilt Villanova Virginia Virginia Boat Club VMI Virginia Tech Wagner Wake Forest Washington & Lee Western Illinois West Texas State West Virginia William & Mary Wisconsin Wofford Woodberry Forest Wyoming Youngstown State

Gm First Last 1 1963 1963 3 1968 1983 9 2004 2013 1 1903 1903 1 1976 1976 3 2001 2007 32 1955 2014 31 1893 2014 2 1905 1909 89 1893 2013 51 1897 1986 1 2011 2011 17 1889 1987 25 1890 1953 1 1985 1985 1 1966 1966 25 1950 1982 124 1898 2014 1 1978 1978 1 2007 2007 2 1900 1906 2 1979 1980 1 2000 2000

W L T 0 1 0 0 3 0 5 4 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 11 21 0 2 28 2 1 0 1 44 40 5 10 37 4 1 0 0 7 9 1 7 18 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 21 1 58 61 5 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 0

Totals Number of Games 1,204 Wins 522 Losses 629 Ties 53 Winning Percentage .456

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TOP 25 / HOMECOMING RESULTS UR VS. THE TOP 25

(The Sports Network Poll - Since 1995) Rank Date UR Op Opponent UR Op 09/09/95 -- 19 at Massachusetts W 21 7 09/30/95 17 21 Boston Univ. W 21 6 10/14/95 12 8 at Delaware L 0 15 10/28/95 19 15 at James Madison W 34 33 11/11/95 13 25 at William & Mary L 7 27 10/12/96 -- 11 Delaware L 7 14 10/19/96 -- 13 James Madison L 27 31 10/26/96 -- 17 Villanova L 3 20 11/02/96 -- 20 at New Hampshire L 13 14 11/16/96 -- 7 William & Mary L 13 28 10/11/97 -- 6 at Delaware L 7 24 10/18/97 -- 3 Villanova L 29 40 11/14/98 11 12 Delaware W 45 6 11/21/98 6 13 William & Mary W 42 17 11/28/98 5 14 Lehigh ncaa L 23 24 10/02/99 -- 14 at Delaware L 33 41 10/16/99 -- 3 at Hofstra W 31 21 11/06/99 -- 17 Massachusetts L 6 33 11/03/99 -- 14 at James Madison L 13 31 09/16/00 -- 3 Massachusetts W 31 24 10/07/00 -- 7 Delaware L 17 24 10/28/00 -- 18 at Villanova W 28 18 11/11/00 -- 17 at James Madison W 21 2 11/25/00 -- 9 Youngstown State ncaa W 10 3 12/02/00 -- 1 at Montana ncaa L 20 34 09/29/01 13 14 Villanova L 30 31 10/25/01 -- 4 Rhode Island W 28 0 11/03/01 -- 5 Hofstra L 21 35 11/17/01 -- 25 William & Mary L 20 23 09/07/02 -- 9 Delaware W 15 13 09/21/02 22 7 Furman L 7 17 11/02/02 -- 20 Northeastern L 21 24 11/16/02 -- 11 Maine L 14 21 11/23/02 -- 24 at William & Mary W 35 13 09/13/03 -- 9 at Delaware L 14 44 09/20/03 -- 9 at Furman L 17 31 10/04/03 -- 23 at Maine L 10 20 11/01/03 -- 7 Villanova L 13 42 11/08/03 -- 4 at Massachusetts L 17 30 11/15/03 -- 23 at Northeastern L 0 45 09/18/04 -- 9 at Massachusetts W 24 14 10/09/04 -- 12 Maine L 25 29 10/16/04 -- 24 at Villanova L 10 49 10/23/04 -- 13 James Madison L 20 26 11/13/04 -- 11 Delaware L 14 23 11/20/04 -- 6 at William & Mary L 14 38 09/01/05 -- 15 Massachusetts L 6 19 10/15/05 -- 22 Delaware W 20 10 (2OT) 10/22/05 -- 23 Hofstra W 43 37 10/29/05 -- 17 at James Madison W 18 15 11/26/05 12 2 at Hampton ncaa W 38 10 12/03/05 12 3 Furman ncaa L 20 24 10/07/06 7 1 at New Hampshire L 17 27 10/28/06 13 5 James Madison L 10 27 09/29/07 25 11 New Hampshire W 45 38 10/27/07 14 6 at James Madison W 17 16 11/03/07 11 23 Villanova W 35 27 (5OT) 11/10/07 8 6 at Delaware W 62 56 11/24/07 6 9 Eastern Kentucky ncaa W 31 14 12/01/07 6 11 at Wofford ncaa W 21 10 12/08/07 6 5 at Appalachian State ncaa L 35 55 8/30/08 4 15 at Elon W 28 10 9/27/08 1 19 at Villanova L 20 26 10/11/08 5 1 James Madison L 31 38 10/18/08 9 10 at Massachusetts W 30 15 11/22/08 7 16 at William & Mary W 23 20 11/29/08 7 21 Eastern Kentucky ncaa W 38 10 12/6/08 7 2 at Appalachian State ncaa W 33 13 12/13/08 7 4 at Northern Iowa ncaa W 21 20 12/19/08 7 5 vs Montana ncaa championship W 24 7 10/10/09 1 13 at James Madison W 21 17 10/24/09 1 24 Massachusetts W 34 12 11/7/09 1 4 Villanova L 20 21 11/21/09 4 5 William & Mary W 13 10 11/28/09 4 9 Elon ncaa W 16 13 12/5/09 4 5 Appalachian State ncaa L 31 35 (OT) 9/18/10 9 7 Elon W 27 21 9/25/10 7 7 Delaware L 13 34 10/9/10 11 22 at New Hampshire L 0 17 10/16/10 20 8 at Massachusetts W 11 10 10/30/10 14 5 at Villanova L 7 28 (OT) 11/6/10 20 22 James Madison W 13 10 11/20/10 18 6 at William & Mary L 3 41 9/24/11 5 11 New Hampshire L 43 45 10/1/11 9 9 at James Madison L 7 31 10/8/11 14 25 at Towson L 28 31 10/22/11 18 9 Maine L 22 23 11/5/11 -- 12 at Old Dominion L 28 42 11/12/11 -- 15 at Delaware L 10 24 9/29/12 -- 4 Old Dominion L 37 45 10/13/12 -- 12 at New Hampshire L 40 44 10/20/12 -- 2 James Madison W 35 29 10/12/13 -- 21 at James Madison L 31 38 10/26/13 -- 8 Towson L 32 48 11/16/13 -- 21 at Delaware W 46 43 11/23/13 -- 19 William & Mary W 31 20 9/20/14 17 7 New Hampshire L 26 29 11/1/14 13 4 Villanova W 10 9 11/15/14 14 25 James Madison L 20 55 11/22/14 21 22 William & Mary W 34 20 12/6/14 18 6 Coastal Carolina ncaa L 15 36

UR AS A TOP 25 TEAM (The Sports Network Poll - Since 1995)

9/28/13 8/30/14 9/6/14 Rank 9/13/14 Date UR Op Opponent UR Op 9/20/14 09/16/95 20 -- The Citadel W 17 13 10/4/14 09/30/95 17 21 Boston University W 21 6 10/11/14 (2OT) 10/07/95 12 -- Northeastern W 26 23 10/18/14 10/14/95 12 8 at Delaware L 0 15 10/25/14 10/21/95 16 -- at Fordham T 3 3 11/1/14 10/28/95 19 15 at James Madison W 34 33 11/8/14 11/04/95 16 -- New Hampshire W 7 3 11/15/14 11/11/95 13 25 at William & Mary L 7 27 11/22/14 11/18/95 18 -- at Villanova L 0 28 11/29/14 09/05/98 20 -- at Rutgers L 6 7 12/6/14 11/07/98 20 -- at Villanova W 28 14 11/14/98 11 12 Delaware W 45 6 11/21/98 6 13 William & Mary W 42 17 11/28/98 5 14 Lehigh ncaa L 23 24 09/30/00 20 -- at Arkansas State W 30 27 Year 10/07/00 16 7 Delaware L 17 24 1929 10/14/00 19 -- at New Hampshire W 31 10 1930 10/21/00 19 -- Maine W 17 6 1931 10/28/00 16 18 at Villanova W 28 18 1932 (OT) 11/04/00 13 -- at Rhode Island W 13 10 1933 11/11/00 11 17 James Madison W 21 2 1934 11/18/00 10 -- at William & Mary W 21 18 1935 11/25/00 10 9 Youngstown State ncaa W 10 3 1936 12/02/00 6 1 at Montana ncaa L 20 34 1937 09/01/01 14 -- at Virginia L 16 17 1938 09/22/01 13 -- at Vanderbilt L 22 28 1939 09/29/01 13 14 Villanova L 30 31 1940 10/06/01 24 -- at Maine L 3 14 1941 09/21/02 22 7 Furman L 7 17 1942 11/05/05 23 -- VMI W 38 3 1945 11/12/05 18 -- at Towson W 48 21 1946 11/19/05 17 -- William & Mary W 41 7 1947 11/26/05 12 2 at Hampton ncaa W 38 10 1948 12/03/05 12 3 Furman ncaa L 20 24 1949 09/02/06 15 -- at Duke W 13 0 1950 09/16/06 8 -- VMI W 58 7 1951 09/23/06 7 -- Bucknell W 48 21 1952 09/30/06 7 -- Northeastern W 12 7 1953 10/07/06 7 1 at New Hampshire L 17 27 1954 10/14/06 10 -- at Rhode Island W 31 6 1955 10/21/06 10 -- Delaware L 24 28 1956 10/28/06 13 5 James Madison L 10 27 1957 11/04/06 15 -- at Villanova L 21 31 1958 11/11/06 25 -- Towson L 7 31 1959 09/29/07 25 11 New Hampshire W 45 38 1960 10/06/07 14 -- at Towson L 21 23 1961 10/13/07 20 -- Stony Brook W 42 0 1962 10/20/07 18 -- Rhode Island W 38 6 1963 10/27/07 14 6 at James Madison W 17 16 1964 11/03/07 11 23 Villanova W 35 27 1965 (5OT) 11/10/07 8 6 at Delaware W 62 56 1966 11/17/07 7 -- William & Mary W 31 20 1967 11/24/07 6 9 Eastern Kentucky ncaa W 31 14 1968 12/01/07 6 11 at Wofford ncaa W 21 10 1969 12/08/07 6 5 at Appalachian State ncaa L 35 55 1970 8/30/08 4 15 at Elon W 28 10 1971 9/6/08 3 -- at Virginia L 0 16 1972 9/13/08 4 -- Towson W 45 14 1973 9/20/08 2 -- Maine W 44 17 1974 9/27/08 1 19 at Villanova L 20 26 1975 10/4/08 6 -- at VMI W 57 16 1976 10/11/08 5 1 James Madison L 31 38 1977 10/18/08 9 10 at Massachusetts W 30 15 1978 10/25/08 9 -- Georgetown W 48 0 1979 11/8/08 7 -- at Hofstra W 34 14 1980 11/15/08 7 -- Delaware W 31 14 1981 11/22/08 7 16 at William & Mary W 23 20 1982 11/29/08 7 21 Eastern Kentucky ncaa W 38 10 1983 12/6/08 7 2 at Appalachian State ncaa W 33 13 1984 12/13/08 7 4 at Northern Iowa ncaa W 21 20 1985 12/19/08 7 5 vs Montana ncaa championship W 24 7 1986 9/6/09 2 -- at Duke W 24 16 1987 9/12/09 1 -- at Delaware W 16 15 1988 9/19/09 1 -- Hofstra W 47 0 1989 9/26/09 1 -- VMI W 38 28 1990 10/10/09 1 13 at James Madison W 21 17 1991 10/17/09 1 -- at Maine W 38 21 1992 10/24/09 1 24 Massachusetts W 34 12 1993 10/31/09 1 -- at Towson W 42 14 1994 11/7/09 1 4 Villanova L 20 21 1995 11/14/09 4 -- at Georgetown W 49 10 1996 11/21/09 4 5 William & Mary W 13 10 1997 11/28/09 4 9 Elon ncaa W 16 13 1998 12/5/09 4 5 Appalachian State ncaa L 31 35 1999 9/4/10 6 -- at Virginia L 13 34 2000 (OT) 9/18/10 9 7 Elon W 27 21 2001 9/25/10 7 7 Delaware L 13 34 2002 10/2/10 11 -- Coastal Carolina W 41 19 2003 10/9/10 11 22 at New Hampshire L 0 17 2004 10/16/10 20 8 at Massachusetts W 11 10 2005 10/23/10 16 -- Towson W 28 6 2006 10/30/10 14 5 at Villanova L 7 28 2007 (OT) 11/6/10 20 22 James Madison W 13 10 2008 11/13/10 21 -- Rhode Island W 15 6 2009 11/20/10 18 6 at William & Mary L 3 41 2010 9/3/11 16 -- at Duke W 23 21 2011 9/10/11 9 -- Wagner W 21 6 2012 9/17/11 6 -- VMI W 34 19 2013 9/24/11 5 11 New Hampshire L 43 45 2014 10/1/11 10 9 at James Madison L 7 31 10/8/11 14 25 at Towson L 28 31 10/22/11 18 9 Maine L 22 23 11/3/12 22 -- Rhode Island W 39 0 11/10/12 20 -- Delaware W 23 17 11/17/12 20 -- at William & Mary W 21 14 8/31/13 15 -- VMI W 34 0 9/7/13 15 -- at N.C. State L 21 23 9/14/13 15 -- at Gardner-Webb L 10 12 9/21/13 23 -- Liberty W 30 21

22 -- Maine 20 -- Morehead State 17 -- at Virginia 18 -- Hampton 17 7 New Hampshire 20 -- at Liberty (2ot) 22 -- at Albany 19 -- Rhode Island 16 -- at Elon 13 4 Villanova 8 -- at Maine 14 25 James Madison 21 22 at William & Mary 18 -- Morgan State ncaa 18 6 at Coastal Carolina ncaa

L 21 28 W 55 10 L 13 45 W 42 17 L 26 29 W 46 39 W 41 28 W 37 0 W 30 10 W 10 9 L 20 33 L 20 55 W 34 20 W 46 24 L 15 36

ON HOMECOMING

All-Time Record: 44-34-6 (.560) Opponent Hampden-Sydney Hampden-Sydney Hampden-Sydney Hampden-Sydney Virginia Tech VMI Franklin & Marshall VMI VMI Washington & Lee VMI Washington & Lee Washington & Lee Virginia William & Mary Virginia VMI Virginia Tech William & Mary North Carolina State William & Mary Virginia Tech William & Mary Wake Forest Davidson Virginia Tech George Washington The Citadel George Washington The Citadel Virginia Tech William & Mary Virginia Tech Furman The Citadel Furman The Citadel VMI The Citadel VMI Furman Davidson West Virginia VMI The Citadel East Carolina Virginia Tech North Carolina West Virginia VMI Wake Forest Rutgers Boston University VMI Northeastern VMI Rhode Island James Madison Connecticut Delaware Boston University Delaware Boston University James Madison New Hampshire James Madison Maine Delaware Massachusetts Maine Rhode Island James Madison VMI James Madison VMI James Madison Villanova Georgetown Villanova Towson Maine Rhode Island Albany Rhode Island

2008 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS • 11 CONFERENCE TITLES • 9 NCAA PLAYOFFS • 79 ALL-AMERICANS

Result L 8 13 T 0 0 W 9 0 T 0 0 L 0 7 W 7 0 T 6 6 L 0 20 L 7 21 W 6 0 T 0 0 L 0 3 L 0 21 T 7 7 L 0 33 W 19 7 W 21 20 T 7 7 L 0 34 L 0 7 L 14 20 L 2 20 L 0 21 W 13 0 W 19 0 L 14 46 W 13 7 W 20 0 W 26 0 L 12 24 W 11 0 W 15 3 L 13 14 L 18 19 L 0 24 W 24 14 W 20 3 W 35 0 W 45 18 W 40 17 W 20 0 W 20 14 W 38 17 W 17 14 W 7 0 L 10 20 W 17 14 W 27 18 L 18 20 L 17 22 L 22 34 L 14 20 L 17 26 W 45 3 W 31 3 W 40 9 W 27 14 L 13 25 L 3 13 L 25 32 W 32 18 W 29 21 L 14 44 L 16 29 W 7 3 L 27 31 W 17 14 W 45 6 L 6 33 W 17 6 W 28 0 W 26 0 W 35 25 L 20 26 W 38 3 L 10 27 W 35 27 W 48 0 L 20 21 W 28 6 L 22 23 W 39 0 W 27 10 W 37 0

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SPIDERS IN PRO FOOTBALL Bruce Allen, P Baltimore Colts, 1978

Ray Easterling, DB Atlanta Falcons, 1972-79

Art Jones, RB Pittsburgh Steelers, 1941; 1945

Doug McGee, OG Ottawa Rough Riders, 1977-81

David Ames, RB Denver Broncos, 1961

Ed Elliott, RB San Francisco 49ers

Jim McGinnis Washington Redskins

Adrian Archie, LB Montreal Alouettes, 2003-04 Atlanta Falcons, 2005

Pete Emelianchick, WR Philadelphia Eagles, 1967

Dwaune Jones, WR Cleveland Browns, 2000 Seattle Seahawks, 2001 Berlin Thunder, 2001 Houston Texans, 2002-04

John Armstrong, DB Buffalo Bills, 1987 Shawn Barber, LB Washington Redskins, 1998-01 Philadelphia Eagles, 2002, 2006 Kansas City Chiefs, 2003-05 Houston Texans, 2007 Ian Beckstead, TE Ottawa Rough Riders, 1981 Joe Biscaha, WR New York Giants, 1959 New England Patriots, 1960 Bob Bleier, QB New England Patriots, 1987 Chuck Boone, C Los Angeles Chargers, 1960 Mike Bragg, P Washington Redskins, 1968-80 Baltimore Colts, 1980-81 Orlandus Branch, LB Dallas Cowboys, 1978

Ray Chase, DE Dallas Cowboys, 1979 Washington Redskins, 1980 Erik Christensen, E Washington Redskins, 1956 Don “Red” Christman, C Boston Patriots Glenn Cook, DB Ottawa Rough Riders, 1980-81 Bob Coolbaugh, WR Oakland Raiders, 1961 Buddy Davis Detroit Lions, 1959 Danny Desriveaux, WR Montreal Alouettes, 2007-11

Bob Dunnington, RB New York Titans (Jets)

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Ken Farrar, OL Baltimore Ravens, 2002 Wayne Fowler, C Buffalo Bills, 1970 Al Fronczek, T Brooklyn Dodgers Frank Gagliano, QB Hamilton Tiger Cats, 1960 Kendall Gaskins, RB Buffalo Bills, 2013 Tennessee Titans, 2013 New York Giants, 2014 San Francisco 49ers, 2014-present Walker Gillette, WR San Diego Chargers, 1970-71 St. Louis Cardinals, 1972-74 New York Giants, 1974-77 Maurice Glenn, DB Miami Dolphins, 1995 Bruce Gossett, K Los Angeles Rams, 1964-69 San Francisco 49ers, 1970-74

Carmen Cavalli, DE Oakland Raiders, 1960 Philadelphia Eagles, 1961

Claude Diggs, FB Green Bay Packers, 2003

Reggie Evans, RB Washington Redskins, 1982-84

Lyle Graham, C Philadelphia Eagles, 1941 Marvin Hargrove, WR Philadelphia Eagles, 1990 Raleigh-Durham Skyhawks (WL), 1991 London Monarchs (WL), 1992 Tim Hightower Arizona Cardinals, 2007-10 Washington Redskins, 2011-12 John Hilton, TE Pittsburgh Steelers, 1965-69 Minnesota Vikings, 1970 Green Bay Packers, 1970 Detroit Lions, 1972-73 Orlando Blazers (WL), 1974 Chicago Bears (Coach), 1975-77 Washington Redskins (Coach), 1978-80 Dick Humbert, WR Philadelphia Eagles, 1941; 1945-50 Dick Irvin, G Montreal Alouettes, 1970

Brian Jordan, DB Buffalo Bills, 1989 Atlanta Falcons, 1989-91 Matt Joyce, DL-OL Dallas Cowboys, 1994 Seattle Seahawks, 1995-96 Arizona Cardinals, 1996-2000 Detroit Lions, 2001-04

Marc Megna, LB New York Jets, 1999 New England Patriots, 1999-2000 Cincinnati Bengals, 2000 Barcelona Dragons, 2000 Berlin Thunder, 2001 Montreal Alouettes, 2002-04 Leland Melvin, WR Detroit Lions, 1986 Toronto Argonauts, 1987 Dallas Cowboys, 1987

Pat Kelly, LB Baltimore Colts, 1974

Al Milling, OG Philadelphia Eagles, 1942

Joe Kessel, G Hamilton Tiger Cats, 1963

Buzz Montsinger, DE Dallas Cowboys, 1970

Eric King, OL Kansas City Chiefs, 1999-2000 Seattle Seahawks, 2000 Scotland Claymores, 2001

Muneer Moore, WR Denver Broncos, 2000-01

Harry Knight, QB Oakland Raiders Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 1975-81 Kirk Kressler, TE Pittsburgh Steelers, 1965 Taylor Lackey, DB San Francisco 49ers, 1986 Pat Lamberti, LB Denver Broncos, 1961 New York Jets, 1961 Fritz Laurinaitis, G Brooklyn Dodgers Paris Lenon, LB Carolina Panthers, 2000 Green Bay Packers, 2001-05 Detroit Lions, 2006-08 New England Patriots, 2008-09 Arizona Cardinals, 2010-12 Denver Broncos, 2013 Jim Livesay, WR St. Louis Cardinals, 1971 Mike Mahoney, WR New York Giants, 1975 Fred Mancuso, G New York Jets, 1963 Erwin Matthews, RB New York Jets, 1989 Toronto Argonauts, 1991

Jeff Nixon, DB Buffalo Bills, 1979-84 Buster O’Brien, QB San Francisco 49ers, 1969 Winston October, CB Montreal Alouettes, 1999-2000 Washington Redskins, 2001 Edmonton Eskimos, 2002-04 Ace Owens, DT Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 1976-77 Frank Pajaczkowski, RB San Francisco 49ers John Palazeti, RB Ottawa Rough Riders, 1976-81 Martin Parker, DT New York Giants, 2011-12 Lee Pearson, E New York Jets Mark Philp, P Ottawa Rough Riders, 1980-81 George Rapp, E New York Jets Barry Redden, RB Los Angeles Rams, 1982-86 San Diego Chargers, 1987-88 Cleveland Browns, 1989-90 Charlie Richards, QB Los Angeles Rams, 1971

Justin McElfish, OL Washington Redskins, 2003

2008 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS • 11 CONFERENCE TITLES • 9 NCAA PLAYOFFS • 79 ALL-AMERICANS

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Justin Rogers, CB Buffalo Bills, 2010-13 Houston Texans, 2013 Kansas City Chiefs, 2013 Washington Redskins, 2014-present

SPIDERS IN PRO FOOTBALL SPIDERS IN THE NFL DRAFT

Michael Rogers, OL New England Patriots, 2005 Mark Seale, DT Ottawa Rough Riders, 1982-88 Arman Shields, WR Oakland Raiders, 2007-08 Lawrence Sidbury, DE Atlanta Falcons, 2008-12 Indianapolis Colts, 2013 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2014-present

Wayne Tosh, S Ottawa Rough Riders, 1972-74

Barty Smith, RB Green Bay Packers, 1974-80

Reuben Turner, DB Ottawa Roughriders, 1981

James Smith, DB Houston Oilers, 1991 Baltimore Stallions, 1994

Stacy Tutt, HB New York Jets, 2006-07

Ron Smith, QB Los Angeles Rams, 1965 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1966

Josh Vaughan, RB Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2008-09 Carolina Panthers, 2010-11 Atlanta Falcons, 2012-13

Matt Snider, FB Green Bay Packers, 1999-2000 Houston Texans, 2001-02

Bill Ventura, K Baltimore Colts, 1963-64

Rick Sowieta, LB Toronto Argonauts 1977-78 Ottawa Roughriders, 1979 Bryson Spinner, QB Jacksonville Jaquars, 2004 Washington Redskins, 2005 Earl Stoudt, RB Hamilton Tiger Cats, 1962 Rahmaan Streater, DL Washington Redskins, 1998-99 Jacksonville Jaguars, 1999-2000 Seattle Seahawks, 2000 Cooper Taylor, DB New York Giants, 2013-present Don Thompson, T Baltimore Colts, 1962-63 Philadelphia Eagles, 1964 Mark Thompson, LB Montreal Alouettes, 2003-04

Louis Wacker, B Detroit Lions Eric Ward, QB Edmonton Eskimos, 2011 Rafe Wilkinson, LB Denver Broncos, 1988 Raleigh Skyhawks (WLAF), 1991 Seth Williams, CB New York Giants, 2010-11 Kerry Wynn, DL New York Giants, 2014-present Sam Yaffa, RB Chicago Bears, 1991 Larry Zunich, HB St. Louis Cardinals, 1967-68

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49.

Year 1941 1944 1947 1947 1950 1954 1955 1956 1956 1958 1958 1959 1959 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1964 1968 1969 1970 1970 1971 1971 1972 1974 1974 1975 1975 1978 1979 1982 1982 1986 1986 1987 1989 1991 1998 1999 1999 2000 2008 2008 2009 2010 2013

Name Art Jones Courtney Lawlor Ulysses S. Savage Tom Nichols Wes Curtier Ed Elliott Erik Christensen Frank Pajaczkowski Lou Wacker Dick Eaton Fred Wilt Pat Lamberti Buddy Davis Joe Biscaha David Ames Bob Coolbaugh Mel Rideout Bill Ventura John Hilton Ron Smith Mike Bragg Buster O’Brien Walker Gillette Wayne Fowler Jim Livesay Charlie Richards Ray Easterling Barty Smith Pat Kelly Mike Mahoney Harry Knight Bruce Allen Jeff Nixon Barry Redden Mark Seale John Armstrong Leland Melvin Rafe Wilkinson Brian Jordan James Smith Shawn Barber Marc Megna Eric King Muneer Moore Arman Shields Tim Hightower Lawrence Sidbury Justin Rogers Cooper Taylor

Pos. B B E B T B E B B C T E B E B E QB T TE QB P QB WR T WR QB DB RB LB WR QB P DB RB DT WR WR LB DB DB LB LB OG WR WR RB DE CB DB

Round 1st 24th 12th 18th 29th 15th 7th 4th 11th 17th 17th 13th 21st 27th 16th 12th 18th 5th 6th 10th 5th 17th 1st 7th 3rd 11th 9th 1st 15th 9th 9th 12th 4th 1st 12th 11th 11th 10th 7th 11th 4th 6th 7th 5th 4th 5th 4th 7th 5th

Pick 11 252 99 159 378 178 76 40 122 197 198 146 245 323 186 157 247 61 76 131 117 425 15 161 61 280 223 12 369 210 232 329 87 14 323 286 290 278 173 294 113 183 220 154 125 149 125 206 152

Team Philadelphia Eagles Boston Yanks Washington Redskins Washington Redskins Philadelphia Eagles Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins San Francisco 49ers Detroit Lions Chicago Bears Washington Redskins Chicago Cardinals Detroit Lions New York Giants Pittsburgh Steelers Washington Redskins Baltimore Colts Baltimore Colts Detroit Lions Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins Denver Broncos San Diego Chargers Buffalo Bills St. Louis Cardinals Los Angeles Rams Atlanta Falcons Green Bay Packers Baltimore Colts New York Giants Oakland Raiders Baltimore Colts Buffalo Bills Los Angeles Rams New York Giants Minnesota Vikings Detroit Lions Denver Broncos Buffalo Bills Houston Oilers Washington Redskins New York Jets Kansas City Chiefs Denver Broncos Oakland Raiders Arizona Cardinals Atlanta Falcons Buffalo Bills New York Giants

Brendan Toibin, PK Washington Redskins, 1987 Ryan Tolhurst Carolina Panthers, 2002-03 Montreal Alouettes, 2004

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COACHING RECORDS Cumulative Coaching Records Name Seasons Yrs Gms W L T Pct. M.C. Taylor 1881 1 2 2 0 0 1.000 C.M. Hazen 1882-88 4 8 4 4 0 .500 H.R. Hundley 1887 1 2 1 1 0 .500 Frank Johnson 1889 1 3 1 2 0 .333 C.T. Taylor 1890 1 3 0 3 0 .000 Dana Rucker 1891, 1893-95 4 19 3 13 3 .188 Penwick Shelton 1892 1 5 2 3 0 .400 Bill Wertenbaker 1897 1 8 3 5 0 .375 O.L. Owen 1898 1 7 3 3 1 .500 Julian Hill 1899 1 4 2 2 0 .500 Edward Kenna 1900 1 7 3 4 0 .429 Garnett Nelson 1901 1 6 1 5 0 .167 Graham Hobson 1902 1 6 3 3 0 .500 Fred Vail 1903 1 10 6 3 1 .600 Harry Wall 1904 1 6 1 5 0 .167 E.A. Dunlop, Jr. 1905-09, 1912 6 55 18 32 5 .373 E.V. Long 1910 1 8 1 6 1 .143 Sam Honaker 1911 1 8 0 6 2 .000 Frank Dobson 1913-17, 1919-33 20 175 79 78 18 .503 Robert Marshall 1918 1 5 3 1 1 .750 Glenn Thistlethwaite 1934-41 8 76 41 26 9 .586 John Fenlon 1942, 1946-47 3 30 12 15 3 .444 Malcolm Pitt 1943-44 2 15 8 7 0 .533 George Hope 1945 1 8 2 6 0 .250 Karl Esleeck 1948-50 3 30 10 18 2 .357 Edwin Merrick 1951-65 15 146 53 87 6 .379 Frank Jones 1966-73 8 82 44 38 0 .537 Jim Tait 1974-79 6 65 21 44 0 .323 Dal Shealy 1980-88 9 100 43 57 0 .430 Jim Marshall 1989-94 6 66 19 47 0 .288 Jim Reid 1995-2003 9 102 48 53 1 .475 Dave Clawson 2004-2007 4 49 29 20 0 .592 Mike London 2008-2009 2 29 24 5 0 .828 Latrell Scott 2010 1 11 6 5 0 .545 Wayne Lineburg (Interim) 2011 1 11 3 8 0 .273 Danny Rocco 2012-present 3 37 23 14 0 .622 1881-2012 131* 1,204 522 629 53 .456 *130 seasons of football have been played since 1881 (no games were played in 1883, 1883, and 1896)

Best One-Season Improvements Improvement +6 wins +5 win

Coach Dave Clawson Danny Rocco Dave Clawson Jim Reid Jim Marshall Dal Shealy

Previous Year 3-8 2004 3-8 2011 6-5 2006 5-6 1999 2-9 1991 3-8 1983

Dal Shealy helped engineer a five-game turnaround during the 1984 season.

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Next Year 9-4 2005 8-3 2012 11-3 2007 10-3 2000 7-4 1992 8-4 1984

Season Note NCAA Quarterfinals CAA Champions NCAA Semifinals NCAA Quarterfinals Yankee Conf. Coach of the Year NCAA Quarterfinals

Legendary UR coach Frank Jones, who passed away in July 2009 at the age of 90, led the Spiders to a win in the 1968 Tangerine Bowl.

Best Single-Season Coaching Record Year Coach 1. 1934 Glenn Thistlethwaite 2. 1943 Malcolm Pitt 3. 2009 Mike London 4. 2008 Mike London 5. 1939 Glenn Thistlethwaite 1973 Frank Jones 7. 2007 Dave Clawson 8. 2000 Jim Reid 9. 1998 Jim Reid 10. 1920 Frank Dobson 11. 2012 Danny Rocco 1968 Frank Jones

W L T Pct. 8 1 0 .889 6 1 0 .857 11 2 0 .846 13 3 0 .813 7 1 2 .800 8 2 0 .800 11 3 0 .786 10 3 0 .769 9 3 0 .750 6 2 0 .750 8 3 0 .727 8 3 0 .727

Ed Merrick coached 15 Spiders that were drafted in the NFL.

2008 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS • 11 CONFERENCE TITLES • 9 NCAA PLAYOFFS • 79 ALL-AMERICANS

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ALL-TIME ROSTER A Aaron, John..............................1985-1987 Abell, Porter................................ 2013-14 Abramowitz, Adam...................2006-2008 Adams, Britt....................................... 1988 Adams, Dick.............................1975-1978 Adams, Steve..................................... 1977 Adams, Vidal...................................... 1990 Agnis, Brian.............................2006-2009 Ahnell, Ned........................................ 1985 Albright, Bob...................................... 1964 Aldridge, Norris.......................1962-1963 Alkebu-Lan, Warith...................1998-2002 Allanson, Dick..........................1966-1967 Allen, Bob................................1972-1975 Allen, Bruce.............................1975-1977 Allen, James....................................... 1944 Allen, Noel................................1891-1893 Alper, Daniel................................. 2007-08 Altis, Jim...................................1968-1969 Altman, Judd............................2002-2006 Altman, Rory...................................... 1990 Ames, David R..........................1955-1957 Amrhein, Ed.............................1972-1973 Amrhein, Jim.............................1970-1973 Amrhein, Joseph......................1939-1941 Ancarrow, Edward....................1910-1912 Ancarrow, Newton....................1913-1914 Anderson, Chris.......................1995-1999 Anderson, Don................................... 1948 Anderson, Emory.....................1927-1928 Anderson, Jordan....................2004-2007 Anderson, Kevin......................1993-1994 Anderton, Oscar......................1902-1903 Anderson, Sam........................1964-1965 Andress, Justin................................... 1991 Andrews, Bob..........................1964-1965 Andrews, Mark................................... 1927 Andrews, Tripp.........................1990-1992 Androconis, Leo J.....................1952-1954 Andrus, Mike............................1974-1976 Antonucci, Leo E......................1949-1951 Archie, Adrian..........................1998-2002 Arcudi, Joseph F................................. 1958 Arey, Donald E.........................1951-1954 Arhein, Jim...............................1972-1973 Ariail, Jay............................................ 1993 Armstrong, John................................ 1984 Arvai, Jay........................................... 1978 Ashe, Jonathan........................2006-2009 Athey, Thomas................................... 1890 Atkins, Presley.........................1907-1908 Attaway, Don...................................... 1965 Atwell, Paul A...........................1949-1950 Aucker, Mark............................1985-1988 B Bagby, John........................................ 1898 Bagby, John H.................................... 1891 Bagby, John R., Jr.....................1887-1988 Bagby, L.R.......................................... 1881 Bagby, Richard................................... 2003 Bailey, Ken......................................... 1976 Baker, Cecil..............................1886-1888 Baker, Frank, Jr........................1939-1941 Balam, Jim.......................................... 1991 Baldwin, Jack...........................1970-1971 Ball, Carter..............................2004-2005 Ball, Dave........................................... 1976 Ballard, Wilmer................................... 1928 Ballowe, Greg...........................1991-1993 Banks, Omar............................1993-1995 Barber, Shawn..........................1994-1997 Barelli, John.............................1968-1970 Barham, Chuck........................1978-1979 Barkley, Matt............................1998-2002 Barkocy, Eugene J....................1956-1957 Barnes, Eddie..........................1967-1969 Barnes, Rodney.......................2011-2012 Barnett, R.J..............................2010-2011 Barnette, Reggie......................... 2010-14 Barnette, Stephen....................... 2010-14 Barnhard, Roger................................ 1977 Barton, Todd...........................1991-1992 Basham, Bobby.......................1998-1999 Bass, Marvin...................................... 1943 Battle, Nicholas........................2005-2009 Bauder, William H., Jr...........1951,1953-54 Bayer, David.............................1981-1984 Beach, Brian...................................... 2002 Beadles, Walter.................................. 1918 Beagle, Mike............................1978-1979 Beatty, Eric...............................1996-2000 Beazley, James................................... 1909 Beck, James Harvey.................1955-1956 Beckstead, Ian.........................1977-1979 Beers, Ryan.............................2002-2006 Beilein, Mark...................................... 2003

Belcher, Joseph........................1928-1930 Bell, Calvin...............................1982-1984 Bell, Mark................................1985-1988 Belli, Rob.................................1995-1996 Bellis, Charles..........................1941-1942 Bellissimo, Mike.......................1981-1984 Bellovay. Edward................................ 1947 Bensley, Glenn.................................... 1984 Bente, William.................................... 1928 Bentley, W........................................... 1924 Benton. F.M..............................1910-1911 Berger, Clarence................................ 1912 Berkowitz, Jeff................................... 1987 Bermont, Donald.....................1946-1947 Berry, Robert West, Jr..............1951-1954 Bethel, Ralph...........................1920-1923 Bevels, Jarmal.................................... 2014 Biemer, Drew..................................... 2000 Billingsley, Thomas..................1946-1947 Binford, Jesse..........................1894-1895 Bingham, William................................ 1941 Bischoff, Steve................................... 1972 Bischoff, William.......................2005-2009 Biscaha, Joseph D....................1956-1958 Bises, Joe.................................1968-1969 Bixiones, Mike..........................1967-1968 Blackstock, Chad.....................1997-2001 Blanchard, Art.........................1993-1996 Blankingship, Alexando ..................... 1919 Bleier, Bob...............................1985-1986 Blomquist, Dennis....................1976-1977 Bloxom, Winfrey................................. 1931 Bloxton, Benjamin....................1897-1898 Bloxton, Percy..........................1894-1895 Blue, Walter..............................1997-2001 Blueford, Mylon........................2011-2014 Blume, George.........................1911-1912 Bode, Harry.............................1945-1948 Boggess, Wheeler.............................. 1890 Boggs, John F...........................1958-1960 Bogle, Andrew.........................1997-2001 Bolen, Walter............................1946-1948 Bolger, John....................................... 1971 Bonato, Lou.............................1974-1977 Bonser, Brandon......................1988-1991 Booker, Russell........................1920-1923 Booker, Toby............................1996-1999 Boone, Charles .......................1956-1960 Boothes, Rod...........................1990-1993 Borum, William................................... 1886 Borum, George.................................. 1984 Bosher, Edwin.................................... 1895 Bosher, Percy..........................1891-1893 Bostick, Benjamin....................1884-1885 Bostic, Pfifer...................................... 1899 Boston, Donte..........................2007-2009 Boston, George............................ 2010-13 Bouilloux, Alex.........................2008-2009 Bounds, James.........................1997-1998 Bowen, Courtney.....................1940-1941 Bowen, Ron........................................ 1970 Bowens, Rodney......................1992-1995 Bowman, Phil...........................1968-1969 Boyd, Jack.......................................... 1994 Boyer, Chase............................2009-2012 Boyer, Chuck............................1985-1988 Boyer, Steve.............................1998-2002 Boyle, Bill........................................... 1982 Boyle, Jeff................................1980-1981 Bradshaw, Joel................................... 1904 Bragg, Edward........................1938-1939 Bragg, Mike.............................1965-1967 Bragg, Stanford................................. 1901 Branch, Garland......................1974-1975 Branch, Orlandus....................1974-1977 Brandt, Ryan............................2002-2006 Braun, Larry............................1977-1980 Brayton, Ted............................1987-1990 Brent, Vann........................................ 1961 Bricker, Carl D..........................1951-1954 Brier, James Roy......................1951-1954 Briggs, Joseph................................... 1935 Brimm, Graham........................1947-1948 Brinkley, Myron.................................. 1995 Brinkman, Bart........................1982-1984 Britton, Brian...........................1969-1970 Britton, Pete...................................... 1963 Broaddus, Charlie.............................. 2013 Broaddus, John........................1899-1901 Broadus, David............................ 2012-14 Brocato, Joe.............................1971-1972 Brooks, Ernest................................... 1935 Brooks, Mike...................................... 1995 Brotzman, Lloyd................................ 1954 Brown, Andrew........................2010-2012 Brown, Brian................................ 2013-14 Brown, Chris...................................... 1993 Brown, F.W.......................................... 1948

Brown, J. Luther.......................1881-1885 Brown, Jeff...............................1980-1982 Brown, John R..........................1949-1951 Brown, Levi..............................2005-2006 Brown, L.H......................................... 1911 Brown, Pat...............................1985-1988 Brown, Ricky............................1973-1976 Brown, Sterling........................1990-1993 Browne, Jay..............................1979-1982 Browning, Reynold W................1953-1954 Bryer, Ben................................2007-2011 Buffman, Robert J....................1957-1960 Buhler, Chip..............................1988-1990 Bundick, George................................ 1881 Burge, William..........................1937-1939 Burgess, John..........................1980-1982 Burgess, Scooter............................... 1971 Burkhead, Mike.................................. 1985 Burnett, Charles................................ 1893 Burnett, Ellis............................1883-1884 Burnett, Henry.........................1892-1893 Burnette, Brian........................2001-2005 Burnette, Josh.........................1999-2003 Burnley, Harden................................. 1890 Burns, James J................................... 1952 Burroughs, Mark............................... 2004 Burton, Scott...........................1991-1994 Bush, T. Greene................................. 1888 Butcher, Edward......................1938-1939 Butkovich, Brad.......................1991-1994 Butler, Tony..............................1985-1988 C Call, John..................................1975-1976 Cameron, Ryan........................2002-2006 Cammach, John........................1898-1900 Campbell, Johnny.....................2002-2006 Canada, Kevin..........................1979-1980 Caprio, L.J........................................... 2006 Carayiannis, Jamie....................1976-1978 Carey, Dickie.............................1975-1976 Carlton, Graham.......................1921-1922 Carmichael, Darrian.................2009-2012 Carney, David..................................... 1995 Carney, Tom.............................1982-1984 Carovetta, Frederick D.............1957-1958 Carroll, Pat.................... 2004, 2006-2007 Carson, Charles................................. 1931 Carson, John...................................... 1911 Carswell, Robert................................ 1935 Carter, Ashby...........................1910-1913 Carter, Harry........1915-1916,1919-1920 Carter, Terry............................1973-1975 Cash, Richard..................................... 1938 Catlett, Steve............................1979-1981 Cavalli, Carmen A.....................1956-1958 Cavanagh, Jason......................1990-1993 Caverlee, Robert................................ 1919 Cazalet, Ryan..................................... 2003 Cece, John................................1983-1984 Celedonia, Gary........................1979-1982 Cerick, Mike..............................1985-1988 Challenger, Brooks...................1989-1991 Chamberlin, Luther............................ 1906 Chambers, Merritt.............................. 1908 Chaltain, Victor.........................1931-1933 Chapman, David.......................1967-1971 Charles, Tony..................................... 2001 Charmock, Roger............................... 1933 Chase, Joseph J.................................. 1952 Chase, Ray...............................1975-1977 Chenault, Rodney.....................1988-1990 Cheshire, Bill............................1976-1977 Childress, Cabell................................ 1994 Childress, Dick.........................1975-1976 Childrey, Joseph................................. 1891 Church, James..........................1983-1986 Christensen, Eric R., Jr.............1951-1955 Christman, Don........................1959-1960 Ciampoli, Anthony....................1997-2000 Clark, Keith..............................1970-1972 Clement, Charles......................1889-1892 Clyde, Andrew.................................... 2014 Cobbs, Andre...........................2001-2003 Coburn, John............................1912-1915 Coco, Michael..................................... 1946 Coker, Clifton............................2000-2004 Coker, Jared....................................... 2014 Cole, D.B..................................1911-1912 Coles, Malcolm................................... 1887 Coles, Tom...............................1986-1988 Coleman, Jasmonn...................1994-1997 Coleman, John..........................1985-1988 Coleman, William................................ 1907 Coleman, York.................................... 1904 Collier, Chris.............................1998-2002 Collier, C.L.......................................... 1901 Colligans, Mike................................... 1984

Collins, Gordon................................... 2014 Collins, Logan..........................2005-2006 Collins, Vincent.........................1939-1941 Collins, Wayne.................................... 1966 Cones, James...........................1974-1975 Coniker, Brendan......................... 2013-14 Conklin, Christian......................... 2010-14 Conrad, Bob............................1970-1971 Conrad, Steward................................ 1933 Conti, Tony...............................1998-2002 Conway, Lance.........................1993-1995 Cooch, Chris....................................... 1975 Cooley, Casey...........................2006-2009 Cook, Glenn..............................1977-1978 Cook, Steve........................................ 1993 Coolbaugh, Robert I................1958-1960 Cooney, David..........................1994-1996 Copenhaven, Robert.......................... 1918 Copley, Mike.............................1974-1976 Coppola, Jim.............................1976-1978 Corey, Harry.............................1887-1890 Corey, Rick...............................1982-1983 Cornwell, Matthew....................1991-1994 Corp, Aaron..............................2010-2011 Cosby, Anderson......................1914-1915 Cosgrove, Bryan................................ 2010 Costello, Tom...........................1972-1973 Courter, Rob............................1988-1990 Cox, Christopher................................ 1915 Cox, William........................................ 1881 Craft, Mike................................1983-1984 Craig, Carol........................................ 1975 Craig, Jon.................................1993-1995 Craig, Winston.............................. 2013-14 Craigie, Cormac................................. 2011 Crawford, Ricky........................1975-1976 Crawford, Robert.....................1940-1941 Crenshaw, Jim..........................1967-1969 Crittenden, Christopher...................... 1892 Criswell, Don............................1967-1969 Crocker, T.J...............................1991-1993 Crocker, Travis.........................1987-1988 Crockett, Albert................................. 1904 Crone, John..............................2004-2008 Croom, Russ............................1969-1971 Crossman, George...................1973-1974 Crum, Terry..............................1965-1967 Cunningham, Don....................1995-1997 Curley, Philip J..........................1952-1955 Curtier, Wesley.........................1946-1949 Curtis, Chaz.............................2001-2005 Cutler, Robert...........................1884-1887 Czirjak, William A......................1952-1953 D Dabney, Anthony......................2002-2006 Daly, Brian................................1991-1993 Daniel, Bill.......................................... 1974 Daniel, Harry Lee.....................2008-2009 Daniel, Mike....................................... 1970 Dantzler, Kenny........................1999-2003 D’Arrigo, Arthur Guy................1957-1960 Darden, Fred..................................... 1883 Darden, Elton..................................... 1883 Darney, Eddie..........................2002-2005 Darrah, Merle.................................... 1947 Daugherty.......................................... 1960 Davenport, Tom................................. 1937 David, Jeff................................1985-1988 Davidson, Ben.........................2002-2005 Davis, Al...................................1979-1982 Davis, Ben.......................................... 1960 Davis, Charles.................................... 1895 Davis, Doug....................................... 1965 Davis, Matt...............................1995-1999 Davis, Mike...............................1989-1992 Davis, R.J............................................ 1993 Davis, Vinny.............................1967-1971 Davis, Buddy............................1955-1958 Davis, W. Hersey......................1908-1909 Davis, W. Wythe ....................1881-1886 Day, Madison...................................... 2014 Dean, Dusty.............................2005-2008 Deane, Ernest C. Jr.,.................1955-1957 Decker, Jared...........................2005-2009 Decker, John.............................1909-1911 Deco, Larry..............................1961-1962 Deegan, John.............................................. Deeter, John.............................1962-1963 Delgado, Dave.........................1966-1968 DeMoss, Bryan........................2003-2007 DeMotte, Joseph......................1923-1926 DeNoia, Mike............................1966-1968 Denmead, Edward P........................... 1957 Denton, Howard................................. 1935 Desriveaux, Danny...................2005-2006 DeVito, Rich.............................1966-1967 DeWald, John............................2003-2006

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Dexter, Richard........................1989-1990 Diaz, Gerry...............................1987-1988 Dickerson, J. Ben............................... 1929 Dickinson, Albert.....................1882-1885 Dickinson, Enders ..................1932-1939 Dickinson, S.W.................................... 1901 Diedrich, John..........................1932-1934 Diedrich, Robert................................ 1933 Diggs, Claude...........................1998-2002 Diggs, Reggie.............................. 2012-14 Dillard, Greg.............................1989-1990 Dillon, Charles.................................... 1924 Dillon, Jesse.............................1925-1927 Di Servio, Anthony............................. 1945 Dobrucky, T.J................................ 2012-13 Dobson, John...........................1932-1934 Dobyns, Casey.........................2010-2011 Dodd, Steve....................................... 1975 Dohrman, Henry......................1928-1930 Doley, John...............................1931-1933 Dooley, Keith...................................... 1971 Doolittle, Mike.................................... 1970 Dorsey, Clark............................1916-1917 Doughtrey, W. Bonnie...............1893-1897 Douglas, Joe............................1994-1998 Drake, Caleb...................................... 2014 Drew, Bryan.............................1982-1984 Drobney, Bob...........................1961-1962 Dryden, James................................... 1944 Dubois, Napoleon....................1982-1984 Duch, Bobby...................................... 1970 Duke, Frank.............................1890-1894 Duke, Fred ........................................ 1898 Duke, William............................1891-1894 Dumas, Alphonse............................... 1987 Dunnington, Robert E..............1957-1958 Durell III, Edward C..................1967-1971 Durham, Nate..........................1995-1996 Durham, Terry.................................... 1909 Durham, Walter........................1914-1915 Dussault, Mike.........................1967-1969 Dustin, Chip..............................1985-1988 Duty, Larry......................................... 1962 Duval, Robert, Jr......................1910-1912 Drew, Bryan....................................... 1981 Dubois, Napoleon.............................. 1981 Dziedziak, Donald D.................1955-1956 E Ealey, Johnnie...........................1985-1987 Easterling, Ray.........................1969-1971 Eaton, Richard John.................1955-1957 Ebrecht, James........................1997-1999 Edmiston, Jeff..........................1991-1994 Edwards, Ben..........................2010-2013 Edwards, Christian...................2008-2009 Edwards, Chuck................................. 1978 Edwards, David........................1999-2003 Edwards, Weldon.....................1971-1973 Edwards, Gary .................................. 1976 Ehlers, Doug............................1982-1984 Elam, Rodney...........................1973-1975 Elliott, Edward L., III.................1951-1954 Elliott, Rowland.................................. 1943 Ellyson, Douglas......................1898-1900 Ellyson, Henry, Jr......................1894-1895 Elmore, J. Laurens...................1904-1906 Elrod, Joe.................................1993-1996 Emelianchik, Pete....................1963-1964 England, Tommy................................ 1967 Engledove, Dustin.............................. 2009 Enweze, Lawrence...................2007-2009 Erickson, Robert......................1940-1942 Erickson, Tor............................1993-1995 Essex, Homer...........................1931-1933 Eubank, Clay............................1972-1974 Eubanks, Dutch.................................. 1895 Evans, Bobi R..........................1953-1954 Evans, Reggie..........................1978-1980 Evans, Thomas............................ 2012-14 Everett, Don....................................... 1966 Ey, Jeff......................................1986-1988 F Fahnestock, Howard................1985-1987 Fahy, Chris................................1996-1997 Fairley, Nate.............................2002-2004 Falls, Victor V...................................... 1950 Faris, Wilson.............................1937-1939 Farley, Adam................................ 2011-14 Farmer, Matt............................1993-1994 Farmer, William C................................ 1949 Farrar, Ken...............................1997-2001 Farris, William E.......................1949-1950 Fazioli, Bill................................1968-1970 Feeley, Mike....................................... 1973 Fenlon, Patrick.........................1942-1946 Fenlon, Robert................................... 1941

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Fick, Dorsey....................................... 1924 Field, James.............................1881-1882 Field, Maxie..............................1881-1883 Fields, Chris.............................2000-2004 Finney, Kevin............................2009-2012 Finnigan, Brian........................2001-2002 Fisher, George................................... 1966 Fisher, Richard................................... 1942 Fisher, Seth.................................. 2011-14 Fitz, Dan..................................1983-1984 Fitzgerald, Franklin..................1995-1999 Fitzgerald, Lemual...................1939-1941 Fitzhugh, William......................1939-1940 Fitzpatrick, Sean.......................... 2013-14 Fleming, Herman.....................1898-1899 Flood, Milton L................................... 1952 Flora, Joe........................................... 1972 Flynn, John...............................1983-1985 Folk, Carey......................................... 1886 Forbes, Jeff..............................1988-1990 Ford, Robert............................1946-1948 Fore, Joseph............................2002-2005 Forte, Justin.............................2005-2009 Fortunato, Joseph....................1940-1942 Foster, Zachary............................ 2007-10 Foutz, Dick......................................... 1962 Fowler, Brad....................................... 1995 Fowler, Newton O., Jr................1950-1951 Fowler, Wayne..........................1968-1969 Fox, Clarence E., Jr............................. 1958 Frazer, Goodwin.......................1899-1901 Frazer, John.............................1897-1898 Frazer, S.D.......................................... 1899 Francisco, Clyde.......................1936-1938 Franklin, James........................1892-1893 Fray, John.................................1921-1923 Freeman, David........................2001-2005 Freeman, Eric..........................1989-1991 Freeman, Jack.................................... 1943 Frick, Virt..................................... 1976-79 Frohbose, Fred........................1939-1940 Fronczek, Andrew....................1938-1940 Frostick, Douglas S..................1953-1956 Fugate, Watkins.......................1929-1931 Fuller, David.............................1959-1962 Fullum, Terrence.......................... 2011-14 Fulton. Scott............................1998-2001 Frye, James Marion, Jr........................ 1952 G Gabrels, Jason.........................1992-1995 Gaghano, Francis X............................ 1958 Gallihugh, Dan..........................1978-1981 Garcia, Jocko............................1973-1974 Garcia,Walter T.........................1951-1954 Gardner, Charles................................ 1881 Garnett, Rueben................................ 1881 Garrett, E. Edwin......................1887-1888 Gaskins, Kendall.......................2009-2012 Gasser, George.................................. 1943 Gaston, Fernando.............................. 2014 Gavlick, John F..........................1951-1954 Gay, Jim....................................1978-1981 Gaylord, William.................................. 1935 Gaymon, Jamie.........................1995-1997 Gee, Alex...................................... 2012-13 Geoffroy, Ray............................1991-1994 George, John................. 1910, 1912-1913 Gerdon, Steve..........................1980-1981 Gerson, Jacob.................................... 2011 Gibson, Frederick............................... 1918 Gibson, William................................... 1925 Gilchrist, Pat.............................1994-1995 Giles, David..............................1997-2001 Gill, Pettus.......................................... 1911 Gill, Ray.............................................. 1985 Gill, Robert...............................1940-1942 Gill, Spencer....................................... 1909 Gillespie, Kim...................................... 1982 Gillette, Walker.........................1967-1969 Gilliam, Ken..............................1977-1978 Gilliam, Herbert.................................. 1910 Gilliam, R.W., Jr..........................1901-1902 Giska, Jason.............................1994-1997 Gleason, John..................................... 1942 Glenn, Maurice.........................1991-1994 Goad, Mike......................................... 2009 Goddard, Deashawn................1998-2002 Godsey, J. Cornelius.................1934-1936 Goetz, Eric......................................... 1985 Goff, Ronnie....................................... 1966 Goloboski, Adam......................2003-2006 Gonet, Cole..............................2009-2012 Goode, Eric..............................1994-1997 Goode, Virgil............................1924-1925 Goodwin, Cary..........................1994-1997 Gooch, Stanley.........................1905-1906 Gordon, Milan.................................... 1987

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Gordon, Ronnie........................1963-1964 Gore, Arthur....................................... 1936 Gorton, Frank.................................... 1899 Goss, Ryan...............................2007-2011 Gossett, Bruce................................... 1963 Gracia, David............................2001-2004 Gragnani, L.R..................................... 1945 Graham, Ellison........................1982-1983 Graham, Joseph................................. 1904 Graham, Khalil.........................2005-2007 Graham, Lyle............................1934-1935 Graham, Paul...........................1941-1942 Graham, Tremayne..................2007-2011 Grahovac, Chad.......................1997-1998 Granuzzo, Mike.................................. 1987 Grant, Justin................................. 2011-14 Grant, Taylor............................2011-2012 Graves, Charles.................................. 1894 Gray, Lance..............................2002-2006 Gray, Troy.................................1982-1984 Gray, Tre...................................2007-2011 Grayson, Kevin.........................2006-2009 Greaser, Ray...................................... 1977 Gredell, Jason..........................1991-1994 Green, Jacobi............................... 2012-14 Greene, Guy.............................1979-1981 Gregory, Donald R............................. 1956 Gregory, Greg..........................1977-1978 Gregory, Kieran............................ 2013-14 Griffin, John..............................1940-1946 Grigg, Percy....................................... 1923 Grooms, Greg..................................... 1985 Gromin, John............................2001-2005 Grove, William.........................1891-92, 94 Grubbs, Ronnie........................1963-1964 Gulick, Russell.................................... 1946 Gulli, Jr., Joe........................................ 2013 Gund, Austin................................ 2011-14 Gunter, B.T., Jr................ 1885-1887,1890 Gunter, W. Fred.........................1881-1884 Gunther, E. Douglas.................1927-1929 Gustus, Sean............................1998-2001 Guy, Luther......................................... 1909 H Haddock, Edward.............................. 1933 Haggerty, Bob.........................1965-1966 Hairfield, Wade.........................1973-1975 Hale, Matt................................2004-2006 Haley, Littleberry, Jr..................1883-1885 Hall, Arthur........................................ 1898 Hall, Chuck...............................1969-1970 Hallinan, Robert D....................1952-1954 Hamilton, Darryl......................2008-2012 Hamilton, Jerome............................... 1944 Hamlin, Jeremiah................................ 2014 Handy, S. Speiden....................1887-1889 Hanes, Fred.............................1998-2001 Hanson, Jeff.............................1969-1970 Hardy, Brad..............................1983-1984 Hargrove, Jeremiah.................2003-2004 Hargrove, Marvin.....................1986-1989 Harper, Randy.................................... 1984 Harrington, Ames.............................. 1936 Harris, Andrew.........................2003-2007 Harris, Ashbury.................................. 1911 Harris, Bill.......................................... 1972 Harris, Brantley.......................1988-1989 Harris, Campbell................................ 1944 Harris, George.........................1892-1893 Harris, H. Herbert, Jr................1882-1886 Harris, William..........................1880-1885 Harrison, Edmund, Jr...............1891-1892 Harrison, Roger.......................1891-1894 Harrison, Surry.................................. 1943 Hart, Alan................................1912-1913 Hassell, Doug..................................... 1970 Hasty, Greg..............................1982-1984 Hatcher, Derek.........................2005-2009 Hatcher, Eldridge.....................1884-1885 Haught, Denver........................1993-1994 Hawley, Rex..............................1986-1989 Hayden, Josh............................1995-1998 Hayes, Warren................................... 1963 Haynes, Jerry...........................1969-1971 Haynie, Dave............................1976-1977 Hayo, Bill............................................ 1965 Hazen, Charles.....1882,1889,1892,1894 Hazlett, Albert................................... 1909 Heath, Charles M.....................1949-1950 Healy, Will.................................2004-2008 Hedgepeth, Todd.....................1984-1986 Heffernan, Jim.................................... 1942 Heggie, Brook..........................1994-1997 Helkowski, D.J..................................... 2014 Helsel, Mike....................................... 1993 Helton, Trae....................................... 2004 Helvin, Jim................................1961-1962

Henderson, Jack.......................... 2013-14 Henderson, Mike.....................1990-1993 Henderson, Robert............................ 1916 Henkes, Stephen......................1947-1948 Henley, Gilbert.................................... 1945 Henrietta, Jack ........................1984-1986 Henry, James............................1930-1931 Henry, John..............................1983-1986 Hensley, David................ 1946,1948-1949 Herbert, Kyle..................................... 1993 Herlocker, David.......................... 2012-14 Herock, Shaun.........................1990-1993 Hess, Josh.................................... 2012-14 Hews, Will.................................2003-2004 Hicks, Nick...............................2008-2012 Higgason, Edgar......................1894-1895 High, Caleb.................................. 2011-14 Hightower, Tim.........................2004-2007 Hill, Albert................................1883-1886 Hill, Harold...............................1996-2000 Hill, Jason.................................1997-2001 Hill, Z.Y.....................................1926-1927 Hillegise, Donald A...................1955-1956 Hilton, John..............................1961-1963 Hingst, Gannon.................................. 2014 Hingst, Gary.............................1985-1987 Hinshaw, Remington................2011-2012 Hite, Doug................................1984-1985 Hodge, Selton.............................. 2012-14 Hodges, George.......................1946-1947 Hodges, Yewell.........................1921-1922 Hodsdon, Dick.........................1963-1964 Hofbauer, John.........................1946-1948 Hoffman, James E....................1955-1957 Hogan, Terry............................1971-1972 Hohmann, Cornelius E.............1947-1950 Holladay, William................................. 1929 Holloway, Nick.............................. 2013-14 Holly, Danny.............................1982-1985 Holmes, DeShawn........................ 2010-14 Holtorf, Brian...........................1994-1996 Hood, Norman E......................1952-1954 Hoover, Milton..........................1889-1893 Hope, George..........................1931-1933 Hopkins, Eric............................1987-1990 Horne, Mike.............................1972-1975 Horner, Kyle.............................1989-1990 Horsley, Bert............................1996-1999 Horton, David..........................2005-2009 Hoskins, Stuart........................1937-1939 House, John C., Jr............................... 1949 Houston, Jason........................1999-2003 Howard, Andrew......................2006-2009 Howard, Omar............................. 2012-14 Howe, Murrell..........................1934-1935 Howell, Doug............................2008-2012 Howell, Frank...........................2008-2011 Howell, Doug............................2008-2012 Howell, Frank...........................2008-2011 Howell, Stephen.......................2003-2007 Howell, William K......................1950-1952 Hubbell, Jay........................................ 1904 Huddleston, Mike............................... 1976 Hudgins, Robert......................1900-1902 Hudgins, Edward.....................1901-1904 Huff, Francis....................................... 1918 Huffman, Dick.................................... 1960 Hughes, Todd.................................... 2001 Hulmes, Bobby.........................2002-2004 Humbert, Dick..........................1938-1940 Humphries, Ural.......................1933-1934 Hundley, Henry........................1886-1887 Hunt, John.......................................... 1945 Hunter, Darren................................... 2000 Hurlburt, Chris.........................2008-2009 Hurley, John....................................... 1975 Hurt, G.William.........................1881-1882 Hutchinson, Francis.................1912-1914 I Ignatius, Milt............................1970-1971 Imbornone, Elio.......................1994-1997 Imobisa, Irabor.................................. 2011 Ireland, Michael.......................2005-2009 Irvin, Dick.................................1967-1969 Irvin, Mike................................1980-1981 J Jackson, Buster........................1974-1977 Jackson, Corey.........................2007-2011 Jackson, Kevin.........................1981-1982 Jacob, Stephon.................................. 2014 Jacobs, Alexander.................... 1940,1942 Jacobs, Bud....................................... 1973 Jaffee, Harry...................................... 1935 James, Chris.............................2008-2009 Janney, Mac..............................1996-2000 Janney, Philip............................2000-2003

Jarrett, Edwin..................................... 1944 Jasaitis, Victor.................................... 1947 Jeffers, William.................................... 1945 Jefferson, Curtis.......................1987-1990 Jenkins, Ricky...........................1977-1979 Jennings, Jarvis........................1981-1982 Jeter, Bobby.............................1989-1990 Jeter, Charles...........................1930-1931 Johns, George Gerard..............1951-1952 Johnson, Bobby.......................1945-1947 Johson, Brad...................................... 1983 Johnson, Clement.....................2000-2004 Johnson, Edward............................... 1942 Johnson, Eric............................1989-1992 Johnson, Frank........................1887-1890 Johnson, Henry........................1921-1923 Johnson, Jackie.................................. 1976 Johnson, J. Newton...................1888-1889 Johnson, James........................1942-1944 Johnson, John W. ........ 1909-1910,1912 Johnson, Karl..................................... 1990 Johnson, Tommy......................1966-1967 Jones, Art.................................1938-1940 Jones, Arthur..................................... 1905 Jones, Barry....................................... 1966 Jones, Callom, Jr................................. 1907 Jones, Catesby................................... 1913 Jones, Chapman.......................1888-1889 Jones, David................................. 2012-14 Jones, Dinky.............................1973-1974 Jones, Dwaune.........................1995-1999 Jones, Frank.............................1978-1979 Jones, Frederick ....... 1908-1910,1912 Jones, Harvey..........................1976-1977 Jones, Hayden..........................1888-1889 Jone, Jack H.............................1946-1947 Jones, James S.........................1907-1908 Jones, Jay.................................1971-1973 Jones, Johnny...........................1973-1975 Jones, Kieno................................. 2012-14 Jones, Lamont..........................2001-2004 Jones, M. Ashby................................. 1886 Jones, Stan...............................1979-1982 Jones, Trevor............................... 2011-14 Jones, Waverley........................1918-1922 Jolliff, Jones........................................ 1916 Jordan, Brian...........................1986-1988 Jordan, Jarriel.................................... 2014 Jordan, Jimmy...........................1978-1981 Jordi, Brandon................................... 2013 Josefowicz, Joseph............................. 1945 Joseph, Evan............................2008-2010 Josten, Pete....................................... 1935 Joyce, Harold.......................... 1931, 1933 Joyce, Matt...............................1990-1993 Joyner, Joseph.................................... 1891 Judge, Dan......................................... 2009 K Kamin, Will...............................2009-2012 Kanto, Dritte............................1989-1991 Kapusky, Albert J............................... 1952 Karkutt, Jeff.............................1983-1986 Karvala, Chris..........................1987-1988 Kasarda, Bruce........................1968-1970 Kassebaum, Matthew.................. 2013-14 Katz, Howard..................................... 1945 Katz, Maxwell...........................1940-1942 Kaufman, John................................... 1897 Kaufman, Sam.........................1995-1998 Kauffman, Jim.................................... 1982 Kay, Craig........................................... 1983 Kaye, Jason........................................ 1999 Keating, Ben................. 2006, 2008-2009 Keel, Jeff..................................1987-1988 Kees, Danny.............................1982-1983 Kelley, Brendon.................................. 1993 Kelley, Charles..........................1948-1951 Kelly, Evan.................................... 2010-14 Kelly, Pat..................................1971-1973 Kelly, Ray..................................1976-1977 Kelly, Sean................................2002-2006 Kellum, Joe......................................... 1967 Kennedy, Jack...........................1936-1938 Kenney, J. Walter................................ 1903 Kennon, Charlie................................. 1990 Kerfoot, A.M....................................... 1901 Kerfoot, Daniel.........................1883-1884 Kerfoot, Franklin................................ 1901 Kern, Cleveland.................................. 1935 Kershaw, Arthur................................. 1909 Kessel, Joe...............................1961-1962 Kesserling, Randy.............................. 1990 Keville, Clarence H...................1952-1955 Keyser, Charles........................1894-1895 Kick, Francis .................................... 1951 Kidd, Gates............................. 1917, 1919 Kielpinski, Leonard..................1935-1937

Kienzle, Randy.........................1983-1984 Kilpatrich, Robert............................... 1944 Kincannon, Charles..................1888-1889 King, Eric..................................1994-1998 King, Joseph....................................... 1881 King, Waverly..................................... 1913 Kipps, Rex................................1975-1976 Kirchner, Doug.........................1999-2002 Kirchoff, Tyler...........................2006-2009 Kivett, Noah....................................... 2002 Kizzar, Don...............................1972-1973 Klaren, Bob........................................ 1978 Klevesahl, Albert......................1918-1921 Klevesahl, Raymond........................... 1913 Kliebert, Patrick........................... 2013-14 Knick, Raymond L....................1951-1953 Knight, Harry...........................1972-1974 Koblischke, Frank.............................. 1975 Kohl, Billy.................................1980-1982 Kolcum, John...................................... 1944 Kolumber, Chad............................ 2012-14 Kondorossy, Chris....................2005-2009 Kornegay, Demetri...................1975-1977 Kornegay, McKinsey........................... 2006 Koster, Bernard................................. 1918 Koukaules, George............................. 1945 Krainock, Steve........................1980-1981 Kranitzky, George............................... 1944 Kreilis, Ed.................................1974-1976 Kressler, Kirk...........................1962-1963 Krimm, Ken..............................1964-1965 Kroger, Joe...............................1977-1978 Krumel, Glenn L................................. 1951 Kullaf, Ed..................................1963-1964 Kupchak, Kyle..........................1999-2003 Kuyk, Goodwyn........................1916-1917 L Lachenmayer, Drew.................2006-2009 Lacy, George Byron.................1933-1935 Laing, Jack......................................... 1956 Laird, Edmund................................... 1890 Lamberti, Pat...........................1955-1957 Lambie, Glenn..........................1990-1991 Landers, Okey M., Jr........................... 1952 Landess, Joey.............................. 2010-14 Landis, Gerald W......................1956-1958 Lane, James Lester............................ 1919 Lane, Teryle....................................... 1988 Lankford,Arthur.......................1907-1908 Lankford, Burnley....................1897-1898 Lankford, Livius, Jr...................1910-1911 Lankford, Menalcus.................1900-1903 La Luna, Generoso .... 1942,1946-1947 Landrum, John....................1927-29,1931 Lansdale, John E......................1967-1971 Latham, Graham................................ 2014 Laub, John................................2008-2012 Lauletta, Kyle............................... 2013-14 Laurinaitis, Francis........ 1941-1942,1946 Lawler, Courtney......................1941-1943 Lawless, W.P.............................1936-1938 Lee, Antione.............................1992-1995 Lee, George Meade.................1929-1931 Lee, Kenneth..................................... 1926 Lehatto, Andy...........................2003-2006 Lehner, Evan............................2004-2008 Leibrand, Bryan.......................1992-1995 Lemon, Charles W.............................. 1893 Lenon, Paris............................1995-1999 Lesho, Jack........................................ 1975 Lester, Hardy..................................... 2013 Lester, Steve............................1982-1983 Leverton, Roger......................1932-1934 Lewandoski, David...................1996-2000 Lewis, Dan...............................2008-2009 Lewis, William F................................... 1886 Liebich, Wayne A......................1952-1954 Light, Alex.......................................... 2014 Lilly, Greg.................................1990-1993 Lilly, Matt..................................1993-1996 Lilly, Tim...................................1996-1999 Lilly, Trip............................................. 1993 Lindjhem, C.J............................1991-1994 Lindner, Dave...........................1976-1978 Lindsey, Donnie.................................. 1999 Lineberry, Berlin, Jr............................ 1945 Linn, Jan...................................1963-1965 Little, Lewis..............................2000-2004 Livesay, Gerald.........................1961-1962 Livesay, Jim..............................1968-1970 Lloyd, John E............................1892-1893 Lloyd, Lynton B........................1894-1895 Locket, Robert E................................ 1893 Logan, John, Jr................................... 1914 Logan, Sherman......................2003-2008 Loehr, Paul M..................................... 1951 Lofstead, Gerald......................1961-1962

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ALL-TIME ROSTER London, Mike...........................1979-1982 Long, Jerry......................................... 1984 Long, William Evans.................1946-1949 Long, William F.................................... 1893 Longacre, Kevin................................. 1993 Longacre, Robert F............................ 1943 Loprete, Bob...........................1972-1973 Lorenz, Gary...................................... 1976 Loughnane, Eric.......................2008-2011 Loughran, Dennis.............................. 1977 Louthan, Alexander..................1890-1892 Louthan, Elijah.........................1905-1907 Love, Adam........................................ 2006 Lowe, Thomas H................................ 1949 Lowry, Keith....................................... 1949 Lubas, Alan........................................ 1972 Luttrel, Hugh M. ......................1890-1891 Lunsford, Abner.......................1893-1895 Lumpkin, James................................. 1945 Lutz, Francis Earl............................... 1910 Lyle, Brian................................1990-1994 Lyles, Jimmy.............................1980-1982 Lyons, Ken...............................1980-1982 M MacDonald, John B............................ 1944 MacLachlan, Douglas...............1947-1950 Mace, Ryan..............................2002-2006 Mack, Charles.............................. 2013-14 Mack, Joseph Henry.................1939-1941 Maddox, Xander........................... 2012-14 Maggs, Kevin...........................1996-2000 Mahaney, Wilbur Lee................1921-1923 Mahone, Scott..........................1989-1991 Mahoney, Mike.........................1972-1974 Mahony, Tom............................1999-2000 Mainsah, Tafon............................. 2013-14 Malinay, Jerome.................................. 1982 Mallory, Joe..............................2001-2005 Mancuso, Fred.........................1961-1962 Maner, Dan........................................ 1972 Mangiero, Dan.........................2001-2005 Manwaring, Tim........................1975-1976 Marchant, Avalon B.................1936-1938 Marchetti,Joe..................................... 1975 Marinkov, Michael F..................1955-1958 Markham, Blane................................ 2014 Marovick, Jason................................. 2000 Marsden, Connor.....................1995-1999 Marstella, John A............................... 1891 Martin, Blenus.........................1981-1984 Martin, Eddie...........................1982-1984 Massie, Pierce................................... 1900 Masters, Greyson.....................1994-1995 Mathis, Larry..................................... 1970 Mathias, Joseph Emory............1945-1946 Matthews, Dale.................................. 2014 Matthews, Don................................... 1964 Matthews, Erwin.......................1985-1988 Mattox, Guy Douglas.......................... 1926 Mauro, Jerry.............................1968-1970 May, Walton Alfred.............................. 1929 May, David A............................1955-1956 Mayfield, Jonathan...................2006-2009 Mayo, Derek.............................2008-2011 McBride, Chovez................................ 1993 McBride, Eric...........................2006-2009 McBride, Nils-Tomas................2003-2004 McCain, Carlos.........................1991-1994 McCall, Mac........................................ 2014 McCallum, Damien....................2002-2006 McCoig, Jim..............................1977-1980 McComb, Jack..................................... 1946 McCombs, Will.............................. 2012-14 McConaghy, Collin....................2005-2009 McConnel, Strubbs............................. 1900 McCorkle,William................................ 1923 McCracken, Matthew................2005-2009 McElfish, Justin ........................1998-2002 McFall, Chuck..................................... 1998 McGee, Art...............................1958-1961 McGee, Doug...........................1974-1976 McGinnis, Jim............................1959-1960 McGuill, Owen..................................... 1994 McFarlane, Edward L......................... 1909 McKenna, Jim...........................1965-1966 McKinney, James......................2010-2012 McLaughlin, Van.......................1981-1982 McLean, Jeff.............................1983-1986 McMahan, Connor....................2006-2008 McMillan, Darrius.....................2008-2012 McNair, Dan..............................1998-2002 McNally, T.J...............................1993-1995 McNeil, John W.T...........1893-96, 1898-01 McPherson, Austin...................2003-2004 McRae, John A................................... 1905 McShay, Todd..................................... 1995 McSorley, Rick..........................1987-1990

McVay, T. Harold.......................1938-1940 Medved, Mel............................1967-1969 Megna, Marc............................1994-1998 Melvin, Leland..........................1982-1984 Mench, Hudson........................1903-1906 Mench, J.S.......................................... 1903 Mercer, J. Herbert.............................. 1891 Meredith, Algienon...................1908-1910 Merkle, George G............................... 1893 Merrick, Edward J....................1937-1939 Metcalf, Robert B.....................1927-1929 Meyers, Bill..............................1971-1972 Middleton, Keith.......................1994-1996 Midgett, Matt...........................1996-1997 Milbourne, Harvey Lee............1916-1917 Miles, Jimmie............................1995-1999 Miles, Steve................................................. Miles, Parker............................2005-2009 Millard, Mike.............................1997-2001 Miller, Aaron.............................2004-2007 Miller, B....................................1927-1930 Miller, Damon...........................1984-1986 Miller, David Morris..................1923-1925 Miller, Dominique......................... 2011-14 Miller, Don................................1982-1986 Miller, Hardson C......................1905-1906 Miller, Jack................................2010-2012 Miller, Louis........................................ 1942 Miller, Rob.......................................... 1995 Miller, Theo........................................ 2003 Miller, Thomas Royal................1916-1917 Milling, Bert W..........................1939-1941 Mills, Wm. Haydon.............................. 1909 Milner, Orvis....................................... 1944 Mintah, Ed................................1991-1994 Minter, Lee Wood............................... 1924 Mitchell, Al...............................1961-1962 Mitchell, Greg...........................1976-1977 Mitchell, Jordan........................2005-2009 Mock, Billy................................1972-1973 Moon, T.J...................................... 2012-14 Moore, Clinton................................... 1940 Moore, Curtis...........................1990-1992 Moore, Gary....................................... 1971 Moore, J. Arthur................................. 1939 Moore, Jesse............................1977-1979 Moore, Muneer........................1995-1999 Moore, Peter............................1987-1988 Moore, Powell.................................... 1950 Moore, Roger...........................1963-1964 Moore, Thomas V.....................1898-1901 Moore, Trey....................................... 2014 Moorehead, Steve...................1972-1973 Monteverde, Joe......................2004-2008 Montgomery, Alfred........................... 1907 Montgomery, Alfred Jr........................ 1937 Morrison, William E..................1936-1938 Moffet, A. Landon.............................. 1891 Montsinger, Buzz.....................1967-1969 Moody, James Noel............................ 1944 Moran, Mike.............................1980-1981 Morgan, R.D.............................1901-1902 Morgan, T.J...............................1986-1988 Morgan, Vernon T.............................. 1947 Morris, Alexander G........................... 1947 Morris, Nick.............................1965-1966 Morris, Pat...............................1968-1970 Morris, Thomas H....................1933-1934 Morrison, R. Kyle............................... 1900 Morton, Micah................................... 2012 Moser, Hal................................1980-1981 Moye, Vick................................1971-1973 Muench, Matt...........................1998-2001 Muench, Steve.........................1995-1998 Muldrow, Richard.....................2010-2011 Mulherrin, Mike........................1986-1987 Munday, J.S. ....................................... 1936 Muntz, Chris.............................2000-2003 Murray, Josh................................. 2012-14 Murray, Vinnie..........................1999-2001 Muse, DeAnthony............................... 2014 Mustain, Scott..........................1972-1973 Mutascio, Pete.........................1984-1986 N Neal, Lamont...........................1994-1997 Neal, Marcus............................1996-2000 Neathery, Robert W. .......................... 1897 Neblett, Orison Trine.......................... 1933 Nelms, Walter L........................1949-1950 Nelson, E Robert............................... 1890 Newby, Al..................................1974-1975 Newcomb, Alfred P...................1924-1926 Neuhoff, Austin........................1987-1988 Neuman, Brandon...................2000-2004 Newbill, Maurice.......................1998-2002 Newhouse, William R................1947-1950 Newsome, Antoine...................2000-2004

Newsome, Keevon............................. 2011 Newton, James A......................1912-1914 Ngatuvai, Teo...........................1992-1993 Nichols, Ken.............................1970-1971 Nichols, Thomas W. .................1941-1942 Nightengale, Lawrence............1992-1994 Nix, Billy............................................. 1960 Nixon, Allen H.................................... 1935 Nixon, Jeff................................1975-1977 Norman, Dyke.................................... 1943 Norris, Harry...........................1968-1970 Norvell, Forrest.......................1936-1938 Nowicki, Roger................................... 1963 Nuchols, Hodgdon C.......................... 1931 Nuchols, J. Roland ............................. 1935 Nuchols, Randolph W. ....................... 1920 Nugent, John............................1970-1972 Null, Jack..................................1943-1946 O Oakes, Ollie A...........................1914-1916 O’Bryant, Gary.........................1982-1984 O’Brien, Buster........................1966-1968 October, Winston......................1994-1998 Odell, John D. Jr.................................. 1944 Ogunniyi, Ayo............................... 2012-14 Olejack, Frank..........................1968-1970 Olivo, Jeff.................................1986-1989 O’Neal, Frank E.................................. 1912 Opalenick, Joe.............................. 1965-70 Opstad, Phil.............................1981-1982 Oravetz, Justin.........................1995-1997 Ortwein, Bernie................................. 1964 Ouden, Boyd............................1999-2003 Owen, Joey...............................1969-1971 Owen, W. Russell ................1899-1900 Owens, Ace .......................1972-1974 Owens, Chris............................1991-1994 Owens, Jimmy..................................... 1991 Owens, Lee..............................1995-1996 Owens, R.V......................................... 1977 P Pace, Warren...........................1940-1942 Packett, Adam.........................2002-2005 Pajaczkowski, Frank.................1952-1955 Palazeti, Joe.............................1974-1975 Palazeti, John...........................1972-1975 Palyo, Mark..............................1981-1984 Papera, Steve.................................... 1998 Parke, A. Winfield............................... 1897 Parker, Christian......................2010-2012 Parker, Clyde N.................................. 1924 Parker, Martin..........................2006-2009 Parker, Michael........................2007-2009 Parker, Tracy...........................1988-1991 Parry, Will........................................... 1994 Parziale, Pete..........................2002-2006 Pastore, Pete N................................. 1929 Patterson, Ron........................1996-1999 Paulette, Roy Baker........................... 1949 Paulson, Forrest......................1977-1979 Pausic, Joey.............................1986-1988 Pavik, James................................ 2012-14 Payne, Rich..............................1964-1965 Peace, Howard........................1980-1982 Peacock,Tom............................1961-1962 Pearson, Lee...........................1971-1973 Pearson, Walter E.............................. 1893 Pecuch, Albert C......................1951-1954 Pehanick, Colin........................2007-2011 Pendergrass, Jasper................1994-1998 Pendleton, Clyde F. ..................1936-1937 Penna, Scott...................................... 1998 Percy, Stewart.................................... 1960 Perdikis, Alex...........................1994-1995 Perez, Ramon..........................1972-1973 Perkins, Charles S.............................. 1912 Perkins, Mike...........................1979-1981 Perlowski, Edward L................1930-1932 Perry, George..........................1974-1975 Perry, Herman................................... 1969 Perez, Ramon.................................... 1974 Pesansky, Joseph.....................1959-1961 Peterson, Herbert A. ..............1925-1927 Pettus, Kim..............................1983-1986 Pettus, Wayne..........................2010-2013 Pew, Larry................................1964-1965 Philp, Mark...............................1977-1979 Philips, Richard........................1988-1991 Pierce, Jacob............................2009-2013 Pierce, Willard Reed.................1929-1931 Pilcher, Edwin M................................. 1886 Pilcher, William................................... 1891 Pitt, Malcolm U.........................1916-1917 Pitt, Malcolm, U, Jr............................. 1941 Plaskin, Grant..........................1981-1983

Pleasants, Ben................................... 2006 Plunkett, Chris..........................1993-1995 Pochucha, Larry......................1970-1971 Poff, Lewis M...................................... 1915 Pollard, Oliver A.......................1913-1914 Ponder, Rashad........................... 2011-14 Pope, Newit H..........................1897-1898 Poplaski, Mike..........................2009-2012 Poplinger, Herbert............................. 1943 Popovich, Ken..........................1970-1971 Potts, Allen......................................... 1885 Potts, Larry........................................ 1967 Powell, James L., Jr..................1902-1903 Powell, Mitch............................1980-1981 Powell, Wallace.........................1897-1898 Powers, John F.........................1937-1939 Price, Bruce.............................1948-1950 Price, Robert T.........................1919-1922 Prillaman, Walt.........................1971-1972 Prince, Bob........................................ 1964 Pritchard, Cubby......................1974-1977 Pritchard, Will..................................... 1994 Pritchett, Jon............................1992-1995 Pritchett, Ronwyn............................... 2009 Privott, Howard .......................1913-1915 Prokell, Max.............................2006-2009 Propst, Tom.............................1998-2001 Provence, Ernest .............................. 1900 Pruden, J.R..............................1996-1997 Purinai, Joseph N........................................ Purnell, J.R...............................1997-2001 Puryear, Frank.........................1881-1883 Pustylnik, David.......................1997-2001 Q Quander, Steve........................1994-1997 Quattrini, Justin.................................. 1999 Quezada, Shaun......................2008-2011 Quick, George W. .....................1881-1884 Quillen, Ira M...........................1881-1884 Quillen, MilliganW............................... 1893 Quinn, Kyle......................................... 2006 R Raccioppo, Anthony M.............1949-1951 Radford, Brian.........................2005-2009 Radford, Chris..........................2002-2005 Rafferty, Mike...........................1973-1975 Ralston, Edward E...................1946-1948 Ralston, Ken............................2000-2004 Ramey-Lackey, Taylor..............1982-1985 Ransome, Albert T, Jr...............1908-1909 Ransome, Eddie.......................1980-1982 Rapp, George...........................1960-1961 Ratcliff, Davis Tyree.................1921-1923 Ratliff, Earl...............................1949-1951 Ray, Steve................................1980-1982 Raymond, Steve.......................1982-1984 Rayner, Artie............................2000-2003 Read, John H...................................... 1891 Reams, Claude Edsom.............1921-1924 Recker, Austin..........................2007-2009 Redden, Barry.........................1978-1981 Reese, Page N.........................1918-1923 Regan, Pat......................................... 1985 Reiley, Robert J................................... 1951 Remine, P. Gordon....................1939-1941 Reynolds, John.........................1947-1949 Reynolds, William.....................1952-1955 Rhodes, Clint............................1999-2002 Rhodes, Edward................................ 1943 Rich, Andy................................1982-1984 Richard, Carroll........................1942-1947 Richards, Charlie......................1967-1970 Richardson, John.....................2001-2004 Richardson, Marc............................... 1988 Richardson, Olin M............................ 1906 Richeson, Ramon.....................1998-2002 Richins, Dennis........................1985-1987 Riddell, Scot.............................2005-2009 Ridenhour, Ron.................................. 1960 Rideout, Mel.............................1960-1962 Riggs, George M......................1955-1956 Rigney, Pierce.................................... 2012 Riley, Frank........................................ 1914 Riker, Daniel....................................... 1948 Ring, Bob........................................... 1964 Ripper, Nathan................................... 2012 Ritch, Jeff.................................2001-2005 Ritcher, Nick................................. 2011-14 Rivera, Ben..............................1996-1999 Roach, John.............................1978-1981 Roane, Aaron............................... 2011-14 Roane, Cordell................................... 1998 Roberson, Erriel......................1986-1988 Roberts, Bill....................................... 1966 Robins, Bertram Lee...............1913-1916 Robins, Hubel..........................1919-1922

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Robins, Roland.........................1924-1927 Robinson, Brian.......................1986-1988 Robertson, A. Willis..................1905-1907 Robertson, David, Jr.................1939-1941 Robertson, William, Jr...............1934-1936 Robinson, Ellyson, Jr.......................... 1917 Robinson, S. Straughan..................... 1898 Robinson, William............................... 1937 Robochik, Mike................................... 1965 Rocco, Michael............................. 2013-14 Rock, Pitman...................................... 1974 Roden, William, Jr......................1914-1915 Rodgers, Bill...................................... 1975 Rodgers, Minoso......................1992-1996 Rogers, Gilbert.................................. 1944 Rogers, Justin..........................2006-2009 Rogers, Michael.......................2000-2004 Roller, Sam...............................2009-2013 Rollins, James H................................. 1903 Roscia, Pete.............................1970-1971 Rose, Lee.................................2008-2009 Rosenblum, Jack................................ 2013 Rosser, Aubrey J.......................1946-1949 Rossetti, Joseph P....................1956-1957 Rowe, Arthur C................................... 1957 Rowe, John H...........................1900-1902 Rozum, Dennis............................. 1960-61 Rucker, Dana H.....1887,1989,1991,1893 Ruby, Jacob.................................. 2010-14 Rucker, Edmund................................. 1917 Rucker, William H......................1921-1923 Ruffin, Milton............................1976-1977 Ryan, Sean................................... 2010-14 Rydalch, Jason.........................1993-1994 Ryland, James F.................................. 1894 S Saenz, Manuel.........................1991-1993 Sanford, Filmore H. .................1932-1933 Santoro, Edwin Errol................1952-1953 Sadewater, Addison.................2008-2009 Sadler, Georg W........................1908-1910 Saecker, John..................................... 1970 Safferwich, Yogi.................................. 1983 Sahd, Adam................................. 2013-14 Sakoian, Jason.........................2007-2010 Sallade, Jacob..........................1892-1895 Samman, Mark.........................1995-1998 Samuel, Ronald........................1997-2001 Sands, Conway R............................... 1881 Sanford, John D.................................. 1936 Sanford, Robert N...................1926-1928 Sanford, Richard P...................1915-1917 Sanford, Taylor.........................1925-1928 Sanford, Thomas R..................1899-1901 Sanford, Thomas R., Jr............1924-1926 Sanni, Ike.................................1999-2003 Satyshur, Jeff...........................1973-1974 Saunders, Bob.........................1972-1974 Saunders, L.L.................................... 1912 Saunders, William F..................1906-1908 Savage, Shane................................... 2013 Savage,Ulysses S.....................1941-1946 Saval, Reuben..........................1995-1996 Savell, Joel F....................................... 1887 Saville, Robert Lamb......................... 1908 Savory, Edwin W.......................1923-1924 Scafedi, Tony Louis............................ 1945 Scanlan, Patrick................................. 2005 Scarpo, Ralph Jr.......................1952-1954 Schaaf, Behle...........................1973-1975 Schaaf, Edward M., Jr...............1934-1936 Scheerer, William F...................1942-1946 Scherer, Matt...........................2010-2012 Scherer, Rich............................1979-1982 Schmitz, Kurt...........................2010-2012 Schneck, Axel..................................... 1935 Schneider, D. Ahern.................1999-2001 Schools, Jake...........................2000-2004 Schramme, Scott.....................1979-1981 Schreibfeder, David..................1963-1965 Schulla, Donald........................1948-1950 Schultz,Perry Kenneth.............1932-1934 Scordato, Sam................................... 2006 Scott, B.J..................................2009-2013 Scott, Charles M.......................1897-1898 Scott, Uly..................................1990-1994 Seale, Mark..............................1978-1981 Sedergren, Logan.............................. 2014 Sempeles, Manuel.............................. 1955 Semkew,Mark..................................... 1974 Seyler, Lawrence................................ 1945 Sgro, Robert L.........................1951-1954 Sgroi, Joe.................................1971-1973 Shannon, Mat...........................1995-1997 Shansky, Bill....................................... 1998 Sharp, G.H.......................................... 1924 Shaw, Larry..............................1975-1976

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Shealy, Lance...........................1985-1988 Shelton, Mark..........................1971-1973 Shelton, Marshall.....................1977-1978 Shepherd, Clyde.......................1916-1919 Sheranek, John........................1961-1962 Sheridan, Joseph P...................1951-1952 Shields, Arman.........................2003-2007 Shields, Brian...........................1983-1986 Shields, Chris...........................2007-2009 Shields, Will........................................ 2009 Shifflet, Tommy........................1971-1973 Shoemaker, Ralph B.......................... 1950 Shoop, Jordan..........................2006-2009 Short, James............................1977-1979 Shotwell, Larry................................... 1965 Sibold, Robert N......................1925-1927 Sidbury, Lawrence Jr................2004-2008 Siddal, Charles.........................1935-1937 Sigut, Brad......................................... 1990 Silva, Michael...........................2006-2009 Silver, Tim.................................2003-2008 Silvi, Bill....................................1962-1963 Simpson, Hervey P............................. 1917 Sinar, Edward S........................1937-1939 Sink, Stuart..............................1989-1990 Sipe, James R...........................1950-1951 Sizer, Houston................ 1941-1942,1946 Sizer, Robert Lee.....................1957-1959 Skinner, Mark..................................... 1969 Slade, Jermaine........................1998-2002 Slater, Andrew.................................... 1996 Slaydon, Claude A....................1931-1933 Smaugh, J’Nnamdi...................2006-2009 Smelser, Mike...........................1962-1963 Smith, Aaron............................1984-1985 Smith, Alfred Tate....................1909-1910 Smith, Barty.............................1971-1973 Smith, Cornelius.......................2002-2005 Smith, Hiram M., Jr...................1901-1903 Smith, James............................1988-1990 Smith, Jovan.............................2009-2012 Smith, Marvin..................................... 1974 Smith, Melvin............................1979-1982 Smith, Pete..............................1979-1981 Smith, Preston................................... 1979 Smith, Rashad..........................1999-2003 Smith, Ronnie..................................... 1963 Smith, Ronnie...........................1968-1970 Smith, Terry....................................... 1964 Smith, William R.L., Jr................1907-1908 Snead, Burwell C. ....................1903-1906 Snead, E. Hobson....................1919-1922 Snead, Jeff......................................... 1988 Sneath, Austin.................................... 2009 Snider, Matt..............................1994-1998 Solomon, Bob.................................... 1964 Sommers, Bill..................................... 1962 Sorrells, Steve.........................1995-1998 Sousa, Peter............................1995-1997 Southern, Frank G............................. 1908 Sowell, Sidney.................................... 1899 Sowder, Dave..................................... 1974 Soweita, Rick............................1973-1976 Sowers, John S.........................1886-1887 Sparks, Walt.............................2010-2013 Spear, Tony........................................ 1995 Spears, George H........................ 1936-38 Speir, Mark...............................2009-2013 Spencer, Burley.................................. 1919 Spencer, Howard C............................ 1917 Spencer, Reid Madison.. 1943,1946-1947 Speros, Chris...........................2009-2013 Speros, Jimmy..........................2009-2013 Spiers, John A.................................... 1936 Spillman, Moffett......................1902-1903 Spinner, Bryson................................. 2003 Spinner, Tyree..........................2002-2003 Sponsler, Harold J.............................. 1949 Spraker, Josh...........................1998-2001 Spriggs, Tim.............................1977-1979 Springer, Jason.................................. 1993 Springer, Troy.................................... 2014 Squire, John Ernest........................... 1930 Sswak, Stephen................................. 1947 St. Clair, Nelson, Jr....................1955-1957 Stanton, Rob...................................... 2006 Starke, Billy..............................1981-1984 Starr, Mark...............................1977-1979 Stasolla, Patrick.......................1984-1985 Stearnes, Ovren Lewis.............1881-1885 Stearns, Romer C.....................1882-1884 Stein, Matt...............................2003-2006 Steinmuller, Louis A........................... 1923 Stergar, Gary............................1982-1985 Stevens, Alex...........................1995-1998 Stevenson, Stevie....................1959-1962 Stewart, Joe.............................2004-2008 Stewart, Troy...........................1990-1993

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Still, Ken...................................1980-1981 Stitt, Brian.......................................... 2002 Stofflet, Doug...........................1995-1997 Stone, Samuel M......................1897-1899 Stoneburner, John M................1944-1945 Stoneburner, R.G............................... 1936 Stoudt, Derek...........................2003-2007 Stoudt, Earl .............................1958-1960 Stoudt, Kenny..........................1962-1963 St. Pierre, Bobby.....................1993-1995 Stockunas, Brain.....................1997-2000 Strahensky, Jon........................1991-1994 Straughan, Joe M............................... 1937 Strauss, Michael.......................... 2011-14 Streater, Rahmaan...................1994-1997 Strickland, W.D.................................... 1964 Stringfellow, Ewing P.................1906-1909 Stringfellow, James L.......................... 1908 Stromick, Joe............................1962-1963 Strong, James D.......................1931-1933 Sullivan, Robert.......................1956-1959 Sullivan, Russell.......................1997-2000 Sullivan, Tyler...........................2006-2009 Surface, Henry H............................... 1918 Sutherland, Leroy....................1902-1904 Sutherland, Sidney...................1909-1910 Suttenfield, Charlie M. .............1944-1948 Sutton, Clay........................................ 2004 Stottlemyer, Rich......................1979-1981 Sutton, James H.......................1934-1935 Sweeney, Brian.........................2005-2006 Sweeney, Robert................................ 1988 Sweeney, Ryan.........................2007-2010 Swenson, Andrew.............................. 2001 Sylvester, Dave................................... 1975 Synan, Todd................................. 2001-02 Szetela, Bob............................1968-1969 T Tabb, B. West...........................1899-1900 Takas, Jordan...........................1996-1999 Talley, Warren W.......................1881-1883 Tallman, Andrew.......................... 2011-14 Tapp, Stephen.............................. 2013-14 Tarasovic, George....................1983-1985 Tarquinio, Adrian............................... 1993 Tate, Chris................................1984-1986 Tate, Ray..................................1964-1965 Taylor, Charles T................................. 1889 Taylor, Cooper..........................2011-2012 Taylor, Euburn..........................1986-1988 Taylor, Ken...............................1970-1972 Taylor, Dave.............................1976-1977 Taylor, George..........................1917-1918 Taylor, Henry............................1909-1911 Teefey, Joe................................1959-1960 Templeton, Dave................................ 1975 Tenore, Bartholomew........................ 1935 Teufel, Ben...............................2001-2005 Thacker, James F................................ 1956 Thacker, Tim............................1976-1977 Thacker, Maurice W..................1952-1954 Thacker, William, Jr...................1951-1954 Thalacker, David......................1990-1993 Thalman, Robert J.............................. 1946 Thayer, Louis Ray.....................1949-1950 Theodose, Thomas G...............1952-1955 Thieret, Joe........................................ 2009 Thomas, Albert Lee, Jr.............1950-1952 Thomas, Andrew J.............................. 1917 Thomas, John L........................1949-1950 Thomas, Maurice W..................1888-1889 Thomas, Tim................................ 2012-14 Thompson, Brent............................... 1978 Thompson, Claiborne........................ 1919 Thompson, Don.......................1960-1961 Thompson, Frank.....................1946-1947 Thompson, Jon........................2009-2010 Thompson, Mark......................1998-2002 Thornley, Doug........................2001-2003 Thraves, Oscar R.....................1904-1907 Thraves, William............. 1897-1898,1901 Throckmorton, Luther... 1905-1906,1911 Tibbs, Dashon.............................. 2013-14 Tiller, Robert P.................................... 1949 Tilman, John.............................1906-1907 Timberlake, Marion............................ 1946 Tobias, Arthur Lois............................ 1935 Todd, Richard L.......................1935-1936 Todd, Thomas D.......................1934-1936 Toibin, Brendan.......................1982-1985 Tolhurst, Ryan..........................1997-2001 Toombs, Fred S........................1902-1903 Tosh, Wayne.............................1968-1970 Towill, Thurman B....................1919-1922 Townsend, Roth.......................1995-1998 Trau, Griffin........................................ 2014 Trimmer, James M....................1925-1926

Trolan, Douglas M.............................. 1926 Trumbo, Charles G...................1888-1890 Tryens, Drew............................1971-1973 Tuck, Parker............................2009-2013 Tucker, Leon............................1953-1955 Tuft, Brian................................1983-1986 Tully, Chris.......................................... 1986 Turchetta, Pat..........................1967-1969 Turnachik, James E............................ 1947 Turner, Garrett.........................2010-2011 Turner, Harry..................................... 1948 Turner, Joseph A. ....................1892-1893 Turner, Pierre..........................2005-2009 Turner, Reuben........................1977-1979 Turner, TyRonne.......................1996-2000 Tutt, Stacy................................2001-2005 Tuttle, Barblitt M................................ 1911 Tweedy, Ken.............................1977-1979 Tyler, Dorsey G.........................1909-1911 Tyler, Robert B.........................1950-1952 Tysinger, Charlie.......................1968-1969 Tyson, Jamie............................1995-1996 U Ulloa, Rene...............................1982-1984 Umansky, Dave.........................1934-1935 Underwood, Oma.....................1969-1970 Usher, Mike........................................ 1977 Ussery, Ben........................................ 1968 V Valentine, Mann S., Jr......................... 1899 Van Buskirk, Bruce..................1937-1939 Van Galde, Gene................................ 1967 Van Hoozer, Jon................................. 1988 Vann, Brent..............................1959-1960 Vass, John P., Jr........................1957-1958 Vaughn, Frederick....................1933-1935 Vaughan, Josh..........................2005-2008 Vaughn, Robert.......................1934-1936 Vecchio, Frank A......................1957-1958 Velardo, Nick................................ 2012-14 Venable, Gary..........................1980-1981 Venable,Tim.............................1979-1981 Veney, Torrey...........................1994-1998 Ventura, Bill.............................1961-1962 Ventura, Bill....................................... 1991 Venuti, Brian............................1995-1996 Vergos, Nicholas.......................... 2012-14 Versprille, Jacob P.............................. 1945 Via, William...............................1935-1937 Vick, Peter...............................2002-2004 Vitsky, Meyer............................1924-1925 Von Schuch, Ben......................1999-2003 W Wacker, Louis A.......................1952-54-55 Wagner, David C.......................1956-1957 Wagner, Ty.................................................. Waite, George T........................1905-1907 Waldrop, Keith..........................1975-1976 Walker, Robert C................................ 1944 Walker, Robert L................................ 1953 Waller, Brandon............................ 2013-14 Waller, Terry.............................1980-1982 Walton, Chalmers.....................1934-1936 Ward, Eric.................................2005-2009 Warren, Connor.................................. 2013 Warren, Lewis B................................. 1891 Warren, Terry...........................1988-1990 Warren, Travis..........................2004-2007 Washington, Phil................................ 1999 Watkins, Cecil Jere.............................. 1949 Watkins, Norman................................ 1971 Watson, J.J.......................................... 1898 Watson, Lewis.................................... 2003 Watson, Seth...................................... 1995 Webb, Tyler................... 2003-2005, 2006 Webb, Wilbur...................................... 1906 Weber, Mitchell.........................1970-1974 Webster, James B.....................1901-1904 Weigand, Brett.........................2007-2009 Weldon, Patrick........................2006-2009 Weninger, Ryan........................1995-1996 Wenk, Scott..............................1989-1993 Werle, Allan..............................1973-1976 Wershbale, Bob................................. 1993 West, James C..........................1933-1934 West, Michael W........................1934-1936 West, Randy.............................2000-2002 West, T. Leigh..................................... 1881 West, William ...........................1889-1890 Westervelt, Kevin.....................2007-2009 Westfall, Hunter............................ 2011-14 Whalen, Russel M.....................1930-1931 Whitaker, Derek........................1989-1992 White, Bob......................................... 1965 White, Clayton..........................1979-1982

White, Leroy.............................1927-1928 White, Mike...............................1994-1997 White, Montel...........................2010-2013 White, Roy...............................1895-99-00 White, Shawn............................2004-2008 White, Tom...............................1988-1991 Whitehead, Joseph...................1888-1889 Whitehead, Winston..................1967-1969 Whitten, E.H.............................1915-1917 Whittet, Robert Jr.....................1915-1917 Wholey, Walter D.......................1939-1941 Wicker, J. Caldwell.....................1913-1916 Wicker, John J, Jr.......................1911-1914 Wickes, Harry...........................1889-1890 Wiggins, Chad.................................... 2014 Wilborn, Field...........................1894-1895 Wilbourne, Jack B.....................1942-1947 Wilbourne, Ken................................... 1962 Wilbur, Robert A.......................1884-1885 Wilcosz, Marion........................1947-1950 Wiley, Dennis...................................... 1966 Wilfong, Jonathan.....................1997-2001 Wilkins, Garrett.........................2008-2009 Wilkinson, Rafe.........................1983-1986 Willard, Arthur.................................... 1967 Williamowsky, Adam..................1995-1998 Williams, Carlyle................................. 1945 Williams, Courtney....................1984-1987 Williams, Jesse..........................1977-1979 Williams, Joe.............................1981-1982 Williams, Lee............................2001-2003 Williams, Price..........................1990-1993 Williams, Robert E.............................. 1901 Williams, Robert L.............................. 1897 Williams, Seth...........................2005-2009 Williams, Wilmer W.............................. 1918 Williamson, Justin......................... 2011-14 Willingham, Edward B........................ 1919 Willis, George..................................... 1952 Willis, John H...................................... 1886 Wills, D’Arcy.............................1998-2002 Wills, Carl.................................1988-1989 Wills, Davis B...........................1893-95-96 Wilson, Brent...................................... 2000 Wilson, Harry...........................2001-2005 Wilson, Jack A..................................... 1955 Wilson, Joe...............................1999-2003 Wilson, Jon...............................1999-2003 Wilson, Keith...................................... 1988 Wilson, Todd....................................... 1989 Wilson, W.R......................................... 1912 Wilt, Dennis........................................ 1983 Wilt, Frederick Lee...................1955-1957 Winn, Russell Munford....................... 1951 Winston, Peter.................................... 1891 Winston, Geddes......................1892-1893 Winston, Geddes H...................1892-1893 Wirtz, Troy.......................................... 1982 Witham, Randy.........................1997-2001 Wolan, Art................................1947-1950 Wolfe, Kevin..............................1978-1979 Womack, Micah........................2002-2005 Wood, John G., Jr......................1944-1945 Wood, Matthew L............................... 1881 Woodfin, Paul Phillip.......................... 1903 Woodle, Buddy.........................1969-1971 Woods, Pete.............................1991-1993 Woodson, Thomas............................. 1888 Woodward,Arthur.....................1899-1900 Woodward, Tom.......................1996-1999 Woolfolk, Clarence A........................... 1885 Worrell, Danny.........................1980-1983 Worth, Robin............................1965-1967 Wortham, Gary................................... 2014 Wright, Eric................................... 2011-14 Wright, George B. ...................1906-1908 Wright, John S..........................1903-1908 Wright, John W.................................... 1937 Wyman, Seth............................1995-1997 Wynn, Kerry.............................2009-2013 Wynn, Pierre............................2008-2010 Wysocki, Bannon................................ 1990 Y Yaffa, Andy.................................................. Yaffa, Jack.......................................... 1961 Yaffa, Sam................................1986-1988 Yagla, Tim................................1995-1997 Yates, J.L............................................ 1918 Yoder, Peter................................. 2013-14 York, Brooks............................2004-2008 Young, Danny...........................2000-2003 Young, G.W......................................... 1881 Young, Marius.................................... 2014 Young, Sedale..........................2011-2013 Younger, James........................1996-1999 Yount, Dave..............................1972-1974

Z Zawicki, Jeff..............................2006-2008 Ziegler, William A......................1919-1922 Zizac, John R............................1945-1948 Zunich, Larry...........................1964-1965 Zupicich, John Henry...............1951-55-56 Zydiak, Bob........................................ 1972

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