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September 7, 2010

2010 Season - 2010 Central Preview

Junior quarterback David Lee completed 20 of 26 passes for 322 yards and three touchdowns in Augustana's 28-7 season-opening win over Greenville.

ROCK ISLAND, Ill. - After getting the 2010 season off to a successful start with a 28-7 road win over Greenville, Augustana will take a significant step up in competition this week, hosting the seventh-ranked Dutch of Central College. Kickoff for Saturday's game is scheduled for 6:00 p.m. at Ericson Field and it will be Family Weekend at Augustana.

On Friday night in Edwardsville, Illinois, Augustana opened the season with the win over Greenville. After the Viking defense forced a Panther three-and-out on the first series, quarterback David Lee (Springfield HS, Springfield, Ill.) wasted no time. He found Zach McCullough (St. Charles North HS, St. Charles, Ill.) behind the Greenville secondary for a 52-yard touchdown on the team's first offensive play of the year. Lee completed his first nine passes of the night as well as his final seven in a row. The last of those was an 80-yard bomb to McCullough that closed out the scoring.

The two juniors both had big nights, with Lee going 20-26 for 322 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions, and McCullough making three grabs for 166 yards and two scores. Another junior, Jordan Peart (Marian Central HS, Bull Valley, Ill.) snared 10 Lee passes for 111 yards. Unfortunately, running backs Robert Wood (Rockford Boylan HS, Loves Park, Ill.) (11 yards on five carries) and Nate Pena (Neuqua Valley HS, Bolingbrook, Ill.) (a team-high 73 yards and one TD on 12 carries) both sustained injuries and didn't return.

Defensively, the Vikings gave up just 179 total yards with 80 of those-all of Greenville's passing yards-coming on a broken play that saw Panther quarterback Joel Lira scramble and find Ryan Boezeman behind the Augustana secondary for 80 yards and the team's only touchdown of the night. Sophomore linebacker Joe Weber (Marmion Academy, South Elgin, Ill.) made a team-high seven tackles and junior linebacker Grant Ollenburger (Evergreen Park HS, Evergreen Park, Ill.) picked off a Lira pass and returned it 20 yards.

Saturday's opponent, Central College, opened its season with a 34-28 home win over Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Junior quarterback Nate Snead threw for 257 yards and ran for another 76 to lead a balanced Dutch attack that produced 442 total yards. Central went 10-1 last season, winning its 30th Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship before falling 42-40 to Mary Hardin-Baylor in the playoffs. The Dutch ended up ranked sixth in the final D3Football.com poll and are the pre-season favorites to claim another IIAC title.

Seventh-year head coach Jeff McMartin, who's posted a 54-13 record at his alma mater, returns 15 starters including seven first team and four second team all-conference performers from a year ago. Included in those is dual threat quarterback Snead, who completed 60.2 percent of his passes for 1,264 yards and 17 touchdowns with just three interceptions last year. He rushed for an additional 872 yards and 15 scores, averaging 5.6 yards per carry.

Other first team All-IIAC returnees for McMartin are wide receiver Jeremy Snead (46 catches for 541 yards and 9 TD's), offensive tackle Joey Shoemaker, defensive end Shane Wong (14 tackles for loss, 10 sacks), kicker Jake Viggers (7-10 FG, long of 42), punter Kurt Brondyke (38.6 average) and return specialist Brett Wilkin (26.5 KOR, 7.7 PR). Earning second team honors were offensive tackle Lee Schroeder, nose guard Brady Hill (9½ tackles for loss, 7 sacks), linebacker Greg Best (56 tackles, 6 for loss) and cornerback Cody Baethke (63 tackles, 3 interceptions).

CCIW WEEK ONE: The league got off to an impressive start during the first week of the season, winning six of seven contests. In addition to Augustana's 28-7 win over Greenville, Carthage defeated Franklin, 30-27 and Illinois Wesleyan beat Hope, 20-16. Elmhurst bested Loras, 26-14; Millikin beat Illinois College 42-31 and pre-season favorite and defending co-champ North Central routed Cornell by a score of 41-7. The lone CCIW team to taste defeat in week one was North Park, which fell to Aurora, 9-7. Wheaton was idle and will open against Albion this Saturday.

PRE-SEASON POLLS: Central was ranked seventh in the D3Football.com pre-season poll and ninth by The Sporting News. Lindy's Sports had the Dutch 13th in its pre-season voting with Augustana at number 25.

2010 AUGUSTANA VIKINGS FOOTBALL SCHEDULE/RESULTS

DATE

OPPONENT

SITE

SCORE/TIME

September 3

Greenville

Edwardsville, Illinois

W, 28-7

September 11

Central (Iowa)

HOME

6:00 p.m.

September 18

Adrian

Adrian, Michigan

1:00 p.m.

October 2

*Millikin

Decatur, Illinois

1:00 p.m.

October 9

*North Central

HOME

1:00 p.m.

October 16

*Carthage

Kenosha, Wisconsin

6:00 p.m.

October 23

*North Park

Chicago, Illinois

1:00 p.m.

October 30

*Wheaton

HOME

1:00 p.m.

November 6

*Elmhurst

Elmhurst, Illinois

1:00 p.m.

November 13

*Illinois Wesleyan

HOME

1:00 p.m.

* - College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin game

AUGUSTANA-CENTRAL SERIES RECORD

SERIES NOTES: This will be the ninth meeting between these traditional NCAA Division III powers. The all-time series is tied at four wins apiece. Three of the previous eight meetings ('84, '85 and '88) have taken place in the Division III playoffs. Included in those was Augustana's 21-12 victory in the 1984 Stagg Bowl, which earned the Vikings their second of four straight national championships. Central also owns a national title, winning the 1974 Division III crown.

YEAR

SCORE (Running Record)

SITE

1930

Central 13, AUGUSTANA 2 (0-1)

 

1984

AUGUSTANA 21, Central 12 (1-1)

Kings Island, Ohio

1985

AUGUSTANA 14, Central 7 (2-1)

Rock Island, Illinois

1988

Central 23, AUGUSTANA 17, 2OT (2-2)

Pella, Iowa

2002

AUGUSTANA 34, Central 14

HOME

2003

Central 3, AUGUSTANA 0

Pella, Iowa

2004

AUGUSTANA 38, Central 7

Pella, Iowa

2005

Central 25, AUGUSTANA 24

HOME

 

LAST WEEK'S GAME: 09/03/10 - AUGUSTANA 28, GREENVILLE 7

David Lee's accuracy and rock-solid defense propel Vikings to 28-7 victory over Greenville

EDWARDSVILLE, Illinois - A combination of the junior David Lee's (Springfield HS, Springfield, Ill.) accurate, and strong, right arm and a suffocating defense helped lead the way as Augustana defeated Greenville 28-7 on Friday, September 3. It was the season opener for both clubs and it was played at Edwardsville High School because work is being done to Greenville's facility.

Lee completed 20 of 26 passes for 322 yards and three touchdowns without an interception and the Viking defense allowed the Panthers just 179 yards of total offense in the game. Of those 179 yards, 80 came on one play while Greenville averaged less than two yards per play on the other 50 offensive snaps.

A year ago Lee ended the 2009 season by breaking Ken Anderson's school records for single game completions (28 vs. North Central on November 7) and single game passing yards (422 vs. Millikin on November 14). He picked up in the 2010 season opener just where he left off last year. He only misfired on six passes the entire game and was sacked just once as the Vikings' offensive line did a fine job in the protection department.

It didn't take very long for Lee to get warmed up. After the Augustana defense allowed Greenville just four total yards on three possessions after the opening kickoff, the Vikings took over on their own 48 yard line. On the very first play of the season Lee connected with junior wide receiver Zach McCullough (St. Charles North HS, St. Charles, Ill.) for a 52 yard touchdown. Sophomore Arnie Fitzwater (Waterford Union HS, Waterford, Wis.) split the uprights and Augustana led 7-0 before the game, and season, was four minutes old.

After the defense forced Greenville to punt again, the Panthers would punt a total of nine times on the night, on the next possession; Augustana went on a long drive. Starting on their own 18, the Vikings went 79 yards on 16 plays but were turned away on a fourth and goal situation at the Greenville one. They ate up 8:06 of the clock and Lee was six of six on the drive for 46 yards.

The first quarter ended with the score 7-0 but with 9:20 before halftime, Augustana began a drive on its own 30 yard line. This time the Vikings stayed almost exclusively on the ground, going 70 yards in 10 plays with Nate Pena (Neuqua Valley HS, Bolingbrook, Ill.) scoring from a yard out with 3:55 left in the half. Lee only attempted one pass on the drive and that went for 22 yards to junior Jordan Peart (Marian Central Catholic HS, Bull Valley, Ill.). Peart would end the game with a team high 10 catches for 111 yards.

The half ended with Augustana on top 14-0 and the Vikings drove to the Greenville 20 to start the third quarter but Fitzwater's 37 yard field goal attempt was wide left. On the Panther's first play from scrimmage after Fitzwater's miss, quarterback Nelson Lira connected with Carl Boezeman for an 80 yard touchdown pass that trimmed the lead to 14-7 with 10:07 left in the third quarter.

Lee went back to work and led the Vikings on an 89 yard, 11 play drive that ended with a 10 yard touchdown pass to senior tight end Keith Abbey (Rich East HS, Park Forest, Ill.). During the drive, Lee was six of six for 70 yards. The big play in the drive was a 34 yard completion to McCullough that put the ball on the two yard line.

It was another big play from Lee to McCullough for the final score of the night as the combination clicked for an 80 yard scoring toss with 10:49 left in the game. Fitzwater, who was perfect on all four extra point attempts, added the 28th and final point.

The Augustana defense, with sophomore linebacker Joe Weber (Marmion Academy, South Elgin, Ill.) leading the way with seven solo tackles, was superb. Weber also had two sacks for a total of 24 yards. Greenville was held to just two of six passing for 80 yards and generated just 99 yards rushing on 45 attempts. Junior linebacker Grant Ollenburger (Evergreen Park HS, Evergreen Park, Ill.) had an interception, which he returned for 20 yards.

Peart led the team in receptions with 10 for 111 yards and McCullough caught three passes for 166 yards. Pena led the team in rushing with 73 yards on 12 attempts as the Vikings gained 136 yards on 37 tries. Senior Alex Schroeder (Batavia HS, Batavia, Ill.) averaged 33.2 yards on four punts but he placed two inside the 20 yard line.

Augustana will host Central of Iowa on Saturday, September 11 at 6:00 p.m. at Ericson Field.                                                             

HEAD COACH JIM BARNES  

Jim Barnes is in his 11th season as the head coach at his alma mater (class of 1981). He has compiled a record of 74-30 (.712) during his career at Augustana, including a 1-0 mark this year. Overall, he has a mark of 111-43 (.721) in 16 years as a college head coach and that includes a 37-13 record at College of Wooster from 1995-99. During his years at Augustana his teams have gone 52-18 (.743) in the College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin with league titles in 2001, 2005 and 2006. The Vikings have participated in the NCAA Division III national playoffs in 2001 and 2005.

 

BARNES' RECORD AS HEAD COACH

                                                OVERALL                               CONFERENCE

YEAR

WON

LOSS

.PCT

WON

LOSS

.PCT

SCHOOL

 

 

 

 

North Coast Conference

1995

5

5

.500

5

3

.625

Wooster

1996

7

3

.700

6

2

.750

Wooster

1997

9

1

.900

7

1

.875

Wooster

1998

8

2

.800

6

2

.750

Wooster

1999

8

2

.800

5

2

.714

Wooster

Wooster Totals

37

13

.740

29

10

.744

 

 

 

 

 

College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin

2000

7

3

.700

4

3

.571

Augustana

2001

10

2

.833

6

1

.857

Augustana

2002

7

2

.777

6

1

.857

Augustana

2003

7

3

.700

6

1

.857

Augustana

2004

7

3

.700

5

2

.714

Augustana

2005

10

2

.833

7

0

1.000

Augustana

2006

7

3

.700

6

1

.857

Augustana

2007

5

5

.500

3

4

.429

Augustana

2008

7

3

.700

5

2

.714

Augustana

2009

6

4

.600

4

3

.571  

Augustana

2010

1

0

1.000

0

0

-

Augustana

Augustana Totals

74

30

.712

52

18

.743

 

CAREER

111

43

.721

81

28

.743

 

 

JIM BARNES BY THE NUMBERS: Here is a closer look at Jim Barnes' record at Augustana College. 

 

OVERALL

 

 

CCIW

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

YR

W

L

.PCT

W

L

.PCT

FINISH

SEP

OCT

NOV

H

A

2000

7

3

.700

4

3

.571

4th

4-0

2-2

1-1

3-2

4-1

2001#

10

2

.833

6

1

.857

1st

4-0

4-0

2-2

6-0

4-2

2002%

7

2

.777

6

1

.857

2nd

1-1

4-0

2-1

4-0

3-2

2003

7

3

.700

6

1

.857

2nd

1-2

4-0

2-1

4-2

3-1

2004

7

3

.700

5

2

.714

3rd

2-1

5-0

0-2

3-1

4-2

2005#

10

2

.833

7

0

1.000

1st

2-1

5-0

3-1

6-1

4-1

2006

7

3

.700

6

1

.857

1st

2-2

3-1

2-0

4-1

3-2

2007

5

5

.500

3

4

.429

5th

2-2

1-3

2-0

4-1

1-4

2008

7

3

.700

5

2

.714

2nd

2-1

3-1

2-1

4-1

3-2

2009

6

4

.600

4

3

.571

3rd

2-1

3-2

1-1

4-2

2-2

2010

1

0

1.000

0

0

-

 

1-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

1-0

CAREER

74

30

.712

52

18

.743

 

23-11

34-9

17-10

42-11

32-19

% - In the 2002 season the Vikings were leading Wisconsin-Platteville 21-14 in the third quarter when the game was cancelled due to lightning. # - In 2001 the Vikings were 1-1 in the NCAA playoffs and in 2005 they again went 1-1 in the NCAA playoffs.

BARNES AGAINST THE OPPOSITION

TEAM

GAMES

W

L

FIRST MEETING

LAST MEETING

Baldwin-Wallace

2

0

2

2006 - L (7-17)

2007 - L (8-24)

Carthage

10

9

1

2000 - W (23-14)

2009 - W (42-20)

Catholic

1

1

0

2005 - W (52-26)

 

Central of Iowa

4

2

2

2002 - W (34-14)

2005 - L (24-25)

Coe

2

1

1

2008 - W (21-6)

2009 - L (7-9)

Defiance

1

1

0

2001 - W (54-14)

 

Elmhurst

10

10

0

2000 - W (49-31)

2009 - W (21-3)

Eureka

2

2

0

2000 - W (40-6)

2001 - W (50-7)

Greenville

3

3

0

2008 - W (30-0)

2010 - W (28-7)

Illinois Wesleyan

10

7

3

2000 - L (16-20)

2009 - L (0-7)

Lakeland

1

1

0

2005 - W (49-22)

 

MacMurray

2

2

0

2006 - W (53-7)

2007 - W (65-0)

Millikin

10

9

1

2000 - L (21-42)

2009 - W (42-13)

Mount Union

2

0

2

2001 - L (7-32)

2005 - L (7-44)

North Central

10

5

5

2000 - W (31-8)

2009 - L (26-45)

North Park

10

10

0

2000 - W (36-14)

2008 - W (52-0)

Upper Iowa

1

1

0

2004 - W (29-28)

 

Wheaton

10

2

8

2000 - L (30-37 2OT)

2009 - L (17-24)

Wisconsin Lutheran

2

2

0

2000 - W (64-3)

2001 - W (69-19)

Wisconsin-Platteville

8

6

3

2000 - W (32-3)

2009 - W (31-12)

Wisconsin-Stevens Point

2

0

2

2002 - L (17-20)

2003 - L (15-19)

 

2010 AUGUSTANA FOOTBALL TWO DEEP

Prior to September 11 game at Central

POS

NO

  

NAME

HT

WT

YR

HOMETOWN

HIGH SCHOOL

OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WR

12

Zachary

McCullough

6-1

185

Jr

St. Charles, Illinois

St. Charles North

88

Nick

Krantz

6-0

180

Fr

Moline, Illinois

Moline

WR

13

Kyle

Hundman

5-10

185

Sr

Bloomington, Illinois

Bloomington Central Catholic

  

84

Chad

Collins

6-2

175

So

Dolton, Illinois

Thornridge

TE

35

Jack

Gilleland

6-1

220

Jr

Bull Valley, Illinois

Marian Central

  

89

Keith

Abbey

6-4

225

Sr

Park Forest, Illinois

Rich East

OT

50

Brock

Alekna

6-2

280

So

Rockford, Illinois

Rockford Guilford

  

66

Kevon

Rivers

6-1

275

So

Chicago, Illinois

Uplift Academy

OG

69

Mark

Constantine

6-0

275

Sr

Naperville, Illinois

Waubonsie Valley

  

71

Ben

Carter

6-2

260

Sr

South Elgin, Illinois

St. Charles North

OC

56

Tim

Day

6-2

245

Sr

Wheaton, Illinois

Wheaton Warrenville South

  

64

Adam

Lang

6-2

260

So

Rock Island, Illinois

Rock Island

OG

61

Kelly

Clennon

6-2

255

Sr

Naperville, Illinois

Joliet Catholic

73

Pat

Bauers

6-0

240

Jr

Carol Stream, Illinois

Bartlett

OT

65

Andrew

Hansen

6-3

260

Sr

Downers Grove, Illinois

Downers Grove South

  

72

Mike

Kautz

6-4

240

So

East Moline, Illinois

Alleman

WR

  9

Corbett

Ball

5-10

180

Sr

Arlington Heights, Illinois

Buffalo Grove

  

80

Jordan

Peart

6-0

200

Jr

Bull Valley, Illinois

Marian Central

QB

15

David

Lee

6-3

219

Jr

Springfield, Illinois

Springfield

  

10

Nick

Welch

6-3

190

So

Oswego, Illinois

Oswego

RB

20

Tyler

Trimberger

5-9

180

Jr

Chatham, Illinois

Chatham-Glenwood

  

2

A.J.

Hoger

5-7

160

Jr

Cary, Illinois

Cary-Grove

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEFENSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OLB

25

Mitch

McGilliard

6-0

200

Jr

Naperville, Illinois

Neuqua Valley

  

46

Grant

Ollenburger

6-2

200

Jr

Evergreen Park, Illinois

Evergreen Park

DE

44

Curt

Perschnick

6-5

230

Sr

Dwight, Illinois

Dwight

  

99

Alfonso

Herrera

6-1

230

Sr

Naperville, Illinois

Waubonsie Valley

MG

92

Adam

Bohland

6-2

295

Sr

Orion, Illinois

Orion

  

94

George

Papandreou

6-1

275

So

Waukegan, Illinois

Waukegan

DE

49

Shane

Holl

6-2

245

Jr

North Aurora, Illinois

Batavia

  

60

Michael

Anderson

6-2

235

So

Spring Grove, Illinois

Richmond-Burton

OLB

30

Danny

Hess

5-7

170

Jr

Naperville, Illinois

Naperville North

  

34

Jeremy

Smith

6-2

215

Sr

Milan, Illinois

Sherrard

ILB

  5

Brandon

Holl

6-1

220

Sr

North Aurora, Illinois

Batavia

  

51

Andrew

O'Reilly

6-0

210

So

Elgin, Illinois

Driscoll

MLB

16

John

Mago

5-11

215

Sr

Cary, Illinois

Cary-Grove

  

47

John

Draminski

6-0

215

So

Kewanee, Illinois

Wethersfield

ILB

58

Cody

Wickenhauser

5-11

230

Sr

Downs, Illinois

Tri-Valley

  

45

Joe

Weber

6-2

240

So

South Elgin, Illinois

Marmion Academy

CB

  7

Alex

Schroeder

5-10

175

Sr

Batavia, Illinois

Batavia

  

  8

Aaron

Kwasigroch

6-1

175

Jr

Wauconda, Illinois

Carmel

CB

27

Matt

Glawe

5-10

185

Jr

Winfield, Illinois

Wheaton Warrenville South

  

28

Mack

Gray

5-7

175

Jr

Chicago, Illinois

Simeon

FS

11

Ben

Hall

6-0

205

Jr

Normal, Illinois

University

  

  3

Robert

Mago

5-9

175

So

Cary, Illinois

Cary-Grove

  

 

SPECIALIST

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KICKER

33

Arnie

Fitzwater

6-2

190

So

Waterford, Wisconsin

Waterford Union

PUNTER

  7

Alex

Schroeder

5-10

175

Sr

Batavia, Illinois

Batavia

PUNT RETURN

13

Kyle

Hundman

5-10

185

Sr

Bloomington, Illinois

Bloomington Central Catholic

KICK RETURN

12

Zachary

McCullough

6-1

185

Jr

St. Charles, Illinois

St. Charles North

2

A.J.

Hoger

5-7

160

Jr

Cary, Illinois

Cary-Grove

2010 CENTRAL TWO DEEP

POS

NO

NAME

  

HT

WT

YR

HOMETOWN

HIGH SCHOOL/PREVIOUS COLLEGE

OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WR

  3

Jeremy

Snead

6-2

215

Jr

Altoona, Iowa

Southeast Polk

11

Mike

Furlong

6-0

180

Jr

Davenport, Iowa

Assumption

TE

18

Jordan

Leuschen

6-5

230

Sr

Decorah, Iowa

Decorah

  

15

Cody

Thie

6-4

225

Sr

Ottumwa, Iowa

Ottumwa

LT

75

Lee

Schroeder

6-6

300

Sr

Leon, Iowa

Central Decatur

  

73

Travis

Hook

6-3

235

So

Grundy Center, Iowa

Grundy Center

LG

52

A.J.

Stanton

6-1

285

Sr

Omaha, Nebraska

Camdenton

  

79

Brandon

Wagner

6-3

270

Jr

Overland Park, Kansas

Blue Valley Northwest

C

68

Casey

Tanner

6-0

270

Jr

Greenfield, Iowa

Orient-Macksburg

  

72

Adam

Dubois

6-2

250

Jr

Gladbrook, Iowa

Gladbrook-Reinbeck

RG

56

Colton

Smith

5-11

245

Jr

Kearney, Missouri

Kearney

61

Garret

Albers

6-1

250

Jr

Keystone, Iowa

Benton

RT

74

Joey

Shoemaker

6-4

280

Sr

Des Moines, Iowa

Lincoln

  

65

Ted

Dirkx

6-3

235

Sr

Alleman, Iowa

North Polk

WR

  5

Brett

Wilkin

5-9

170

Jr

Pleasant Hill, Iowa

Southeast Polk

10

Michael

O'Rourke

6-2

189

Sr

Williamsburg, Iowa

Williamsburg

QB

  6

Nate

Snead

6-2

225

Jr

Altoona, Iowa

Southeast Polk

  

14

Zack

Bandow

6-4

215

Sr

Manilla, Iowa

IKM

RB

34

Ross

Doehermann

5-11

200

So

Williamsburg, Iowa

Williamsburg

  

27

Kyle

Wood

5-11

180

Jr

Newton, Iowa

Newton

SB

19

Jarred

Lackey

6-1

210

Sr

Somerton, Arizona

Cibola

  

41

Preston

West

5-8

230

Jr

Swisher, Iowa

Cedar Rapids Prairie

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEFENSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DE

57

Andy

Steenhoek

6-1

215

Sr

Pella, Iowa

Pella

30

Holden

Blythe

6-2

225

Jr

Williamsburg, Iowa

Williamsburg

NG

94

Brady

Hill

6-3

235

Jr

Carroll, Iowa

Kuemper Catholic

75

Spenser

Fuller

6-2

349

So

Leon, Iowa

Central Decatur

DT

96

Austin

Hill

6-5

260

Sr

Carroll, Iowa

Kuemper Catholic

91

Spencer

Matlock

5-10

283

So

Aurora, Illinois

Waubonsie Valley

DE

53

Shane

Wong

6-0

230

Sr

Pleasant Hill, Iowa

Southeast Polk

  9

Brady

Wilson

6-2

219

Jr

Britt, Iowa

West Hancock

LB

  8

Greg

Best

6-2

235

Sr

Clive, Iowa

Valley

  3

Seth

Carson

6-0

220

So

Woodridge, Illinois

Downers Grove South

LB

46

Cole

Henderson

6-0

220

Sr

Grinnell, Iowa

Grinnell

42

Ryan

Steinkamp

5-11

215

Jr

Carroll, Iowa

Kuemper Catholic

LB

48

Keith

Rush

5-9

185

So

Griswold, Iowa

Griswold

47

Patrick

Kelley

5-11

215

Jr

Eagle Grove, Iowa

Eagle Grove

CB

12

Cody

Baethke

5-10

180

Sr

Williamsburg, Iowa

Williamsburg

20

Jason

Breon

5-9

163

So

Anamosa, Iowa

Anamosa

CB

  1

Adam

Petz

6-0

180

Jr

Williamsburg, Iowa

Williamsburg

21

Trent

Heetland

5-10

167

So

Ackley, Iowa

AGWSR

SS

  4

Jake

Petersen

5-10

195

Jr

Gladbrook, Iowa

Gladbrook-Reinbeck

29

Jackson

Leuschen

6-2

215

Jr

Story City, Iowa

Roland-Story

FS

28

Ryan

Schmidt

5-10

175

Jr

Keswick, Iowa

Tri-County

16

Joel

Mudd

5-11

198

Sr

Fort Lupton, Colorado

Fort Lupton

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPECIALIST

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KICKOFF

87

Kurtis

Brondyke

6-4

195

Sr

Clinton, Iowa

Clinton

PLACEKICKER

  2

Jake

Viggers

5-10

150

Sr

Altoona, Iowa

Southeast Polk

HOLDER

  5

Brett

Wilkin

5-9

170

Jr

Pleasant Hill, Iowa

Southeast Polk

PUNTER

87

Kurtis

Brondyke

6-4

195

Sr

Clinton, Iowa

Clinton

PUNT RETURN

  5

Brett

Wilkin

5-9

170

Jr

Pleasant Hill, Iowa

Southeast Polk

  

11

Mike

Furlong

6-0

180

Jr

Davenport, Iowa

Assumption

KICK RETURN

  5

Brett

Wilkin

5-9

170

Jr

Pleasant Hill, Iowa

Southeast Polk

  

11

Mike

Furlong

6-0

180

Jr

Davenport, Iowa

Assumption

LONG SNAP

48

Keith

Rush

5-9

185

So

Griswold, Iowa

Griswold

2010 AUGUSTANA VIKINGS STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS

CATEGORY

NUMBER

OPPONENT

DATE

Individual Offense

 

 

 

Most Points

12 - Zach McCullough

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Points Kicking

4 - Arnie Fitzwater

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Touchdowns

2 - Zach McCullough

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Extra Points

4 - Arnie Fitzwater

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Yards Total Offense

324 (2 rushing & 322 passing) - David Lee

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Yards Rushing

73 - Nate Pena

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Rushing Attempts

12 - Nate Pena

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Yards Passing

322 - David Lee

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Pass Attempts

26 - David Lee

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Pass Completions

20 - David Lee

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Yards Receiving

166 - Zach McCullough

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Pass Receptions

10 - Jordan Peart

Greenville

09/03/10

 

 

 

 

Team Offense

 

 

 

Most Points

28

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Touchdowns

4

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Total Yards

467 (136 rushing & 331 passing)

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Yards Rushing

136

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Yards Passing

331

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Passing Attempts

27

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Completions

21

Greenville

09/03/10

Most First Downs Total

20

Greenville

09/03/10

Most First Downs Rushing

9

Greenville

09/03/10

Most First Downs Passing

11

Greenville

09/03/10

Most First Downs Penalty

0

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Rushes

37

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Plays

64

Greenville

09/03/10

 

 

 

 

Individual Defense

 

 

 

Most Total Tackles

9 - Joe Weber

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Solo Tackles

7 - Joe Weber

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Assisted Tackles

3 - John Mago

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Interceptions

1 - Grant Ollenburger

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Fumble Recoveries

0

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Quarterback Sacks

2.0 - Joe Weber

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Tackles for Loss

4.0 - Joe Weber

Greenville

09/03/10

 

 

 

 

Team Defense

 

 

 

Fewest Points

7

Greenville

09/03/10

Fewest Plays

51

Greenville

09/03/10

Fewest Rushing Attempts

45

Greenville

09/03/10

Fewest Total Yards

179 (99 rushing & 80 passing)

Greenville

09/03/10

Fewest Rushing Yards

99

Greenville

09/03/10

Fewest Passing Yards

80

Greenville

09/03/10

Fewest Pass Completions

2

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Interceptions

1

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Fumble Recoveries

0

Greenville

09/03/10

Fewest Total First Downs

7 (5 rushing, 1 passing)

Greenville

09/03/10

Fewest Rushing First Downs

5

Greenville

09/03/10

Fewest Passing First Downs

1

Greenville

09/03/10

Fewest Penalty First Downs

1

Greenville

09/03/10