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September 13, 2010

2010 Season - 2010 Adrian Preview

Augustana will be looking for a big game from Joe Weber (45) and the rest of the Viking defense as the team heads to Adrian, Michigan Saturday to face the Adrian Bulldogs.

ROCK ISLAND, Ill. - Coach Jim Barnes' Augustana football team will try to shake off a tough loss as it heads to Michigan for its final non-conference game this week. The Vikings, who dropped a 28-23 decision to Central-the nation's 7th-ranked team-at home Saturday, head to Adrian, Michigan for a noon (central time) showdown with the Adrian Bulldogs on Saturday, September 18.

 On Saturday night, the Vikings battled the visiting Dutch, with the game not decided until Central recovered a Viking onside kick with 33 seconds left. Junior quarterback David Lee (Springfield HS, Springfield, Ill.) tied his own record for single-game completions (28) and threw for 314 yards and three touchdowns, but a staunch Dutch defense completely stifled the Viking running game, holding it to minus 32 yards. Meanwhile, Central quarterback Nate Snead accounted for 100 yards and two touchdowns on the ground and 249 yards and two more scores through the air. Augustana did pick off Snead four times with junior safety Ben Hall (University HS, Normal, Ill.) getting a school record-tying three of the picks.

 The Vikings' opponent this Saturday will be the Bulldogs of Adrian College. Like Augustana, Adrian comes into the game with a 1-1 record with its loss coming to a nationally-ranked foe. The Bulldogs fell to top-ranked Wisconsin-Whitewater 35-0 in their season opener before rebounding with a 40-14 pasting of Defiance on Saturday. Also like Augustana, Adrian was picked for third in its conference's pre-season coaches' poll. The Bulldogs compete in the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association.

 The Bulldogs are led by first-year head coach Jim Deere-a 1989 Adrian graduate. Two quarterbacks have gotten significant playing time in the early going this year. Starter Justin Hemm, a sophomore, has been more effective running the ball, with 185 yards and two touchdowns on 25 carries (7.4 yards per carry). Senior Mike McGee has been the more effective passer, having thrown for 163 yards and a touchdown and completing 12 of 18 passes. Junior running back Jared Edwards is the Bulldogs' leading rusher with 211 yards and an outstanding average of 8.1 yards per carry. Sophomore Mitch Gabriele has five catches for 121 yards (24.2 per catch) and a touchdown to lead the Adrian receiving corps.

 Defensively, Adrian has allowed 355 yards and four touchdowns on the ground as well as a 5.0-yard average per carry. Opponents have completed 59.0 percent of their passes for 463 yards and one touchdown in the team's first two games. The Bulldogs led the MIAA in eight defensive categories a year ago including total defense (280.9) and scoring defense (16.2).

 

LEE MOVING UP: With 636 passing yards in Augustana's first two games, Lee has moved up to fourth on the school's career passing yards list. After starting the season in ninth place with 1,714 yards, his 322 yards versus Greenville pushed him past Greg Wallace, Joe Schmulbach and Tim Podulka into sixth place. On Saturday, he threw for 314 more yards, passing Brad Wendell and Tommy King, with a career total of 2,350. Lee now trails only Ken Anderson (6,131), John Each (3,665) and Butch Necastro (3,652).

 

AUGUSTANA-ADRIAN SERIES RECORD

SERIES NOTES: This will be the fifth meeting between these two schools. Augustana has won the previous four with the first two coming in NCAA Division III playoff action. The initial meeting in 1983 at Ericson Field was a classic, with the Vikings coming from behind to score a touchdown and two-point conversion with three minutes left to claim a 22-21 victory on their way to their first national championship. 

YEAR

SCORE (Running Record)

SITE

1983

AUGUSTANA 22, Adrian 21

HOME

1988

AUGUSTANA 25, Adrian 7

HOME

1994

AUGUSTANA 19, Adrian 7

Adrian, Michigan

1995

AUGUSTANA 35, Adrian 14

HOME

  

2010 AUGUSTANA VIKINGS FOOTBALL SCHEDULE/RESULTS

DATE

OPPONENT

SITE

SCORE/TIME

September 3

Greenville

Edwardsville, Illinois

W, 28-7

September 11

Central (Iowa)

HOME

L, 23-28

September 18

Adrian

Adrian, Michigan

12:00 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

 

LAST WEEK'S GAME: 09/11/10 - CENTRAL 28, AUGUSTANA 23

Vikings fall to 7th-ranked Central, 28-23 

 ROCK ISLAND, Illinois - School-record tying performances from David Lee (Springfield HS, Springfield, Ill.) and Ben Hall (University HS, Normal, Ill.) weren't quite enough Saturday night as Augustana fell to Central 28-23 at Ericson Field. Lee tied his own school record for completions in a game with 28 and Hall came away with three interceptions. The loss evens Augustana's record at 1-1 while Central-the 7th-ranked team in NCAA Division III-improves to 2-0.

 The Dutch took the opening kickoff and drove 54 yards, but Augustana's scrappy defense stopped quarterback Nate Snead just short on a fourth-and-two and the Viking 26.

 After Augustana went three-and-out, Central took over at midfield and on third down Hall came up with his first interception of the night. Unfortunately, Central forced another Viking three-and-out before going on an eight-play, 49-yard drive capped off by a 22-yard touchdown run by Snead. Jake Viggers point after made it 7-0 Central with just over two minutes left in the first quarter.

 The Vikings did manage a first down on their next drive but were then forced to punt and the Dutch went on another drive, going 72 yards in 12 plays before Augustana again stiffened and stopped Snead on fourth-and-one at the Viking three.

 Neither team could do much on each of its next two drives with Augustana, pinned deep in its own territory, going three-and out twice while both of Central's drives ended with Snead throwing interceptions. The Dutch signal caller, who threw only three picks all last year in an all-conference season, would throw four on this night. He was picked off by Matt Glawe (Wheaton Warrenville South HS, Winfield, Ill.) and again by Hall in the second quarter.

 After Hall's second interception, which he returned 20 yards to the Central 42-yard line, the Vikings put together their first scoring drive of the night. After a false start wiped out a 24-yard completion to Zach McCullough (St. Charles North HS, St. Charles, Ill.), Lee completed four of five passes for 53 yards, capped off by a 28-yard strike to McCullough which tied the game at 7-7 with Arnie Fitzwater's (Waterford Union HS, Waterford, Wis.) point after. That's the way the half would end, although the Vikings needed John Mago (Cary-Grove HS, Cary, Ill.) to make a touchdown-saving tackle on the final play of the half when Snead's "Hail Mary" attempt was tipped and caught by Brett Wilkin inside the Augustana 10-yard line.

 Probably the key play in the game occurred on the Vikings' opening drive of the second half. On fourth and one from the Augustana 33, Alex Schroeder (Batavia HS, Batavia, Ill.) attempted to run for the first down out of the rugby-style punt formation. However, Central forced him to reverse field and ended up dropping him for a 15-yard loss on the play.

 It took the Dutch six plays and over four minutes to go the 18 yards, but Nate Snead finally found Jeremy Snead on a fade route from the Augustana four to put the Dutch back on top 14-7.

 Augustana drove 66 yards before missing a field goal, but on the ensuing possession, Central snapped the ball over punter Kurtis Brondyke's head and out of the back of the end zone for a safety, cutting the lead to 14-9. After forcing another Augustana three-and-out, the Dutch put together a nine-play, 64-yard drive capped by another Snead touchdown run-this one from 13 yards-on the first play of the fourth quarter to make it 21-9.

 Lee and McCullough hooked up again from 21 yards out with 5:44 left in the game, cutting the Dutch lead to 21-16, but the Vikings gave up another back-breaking play on Central's next drive. On third-and-11 from his own 39, Nate Snead found Jeremy Snead down the right sideline for a 60-yard touchdown to make it 28-16 with just 2:48 remaining.

 Once again the Vikings, who completely abandoned the running game in the second half, answered back with an 11-play, 66-yard drive which ended with Corbett Ball (Buffalo Grove HS, Arlington Heights, Ill.) grabbing a tipped Lee pass in the end zone with 37 seconds left. However, that would be the team's last gasp as Central was able to run out the clock and claim a hard-fought road victory.

 Lee finished with 28 completions in 46 attempts and 314 passing yards. He threw for three touchdowns without an interception for the second game in a row. Kyle Hundman (Bloomington Central Catholic HS, Bloomington, Ill.) caught nine passes for 74 yards while Ball added seven receptions for 91 yards. Hall's three interceptions matched a school record that has now been achieved 12 times. Mago and Glawe were the Vikings' leading tacklers with 11 and nine, respectively.

 The Dutch defense shut down the Viking ground game to the tune of -32 yards. Lee was sacked five times for 32 yards in losses. Central end Shane Wong was a terror all night. He had six tackles including three-and-a-half for 25 yards in losses and was in on four sacks. Nate Snead threw for 249 yards and a pair of scores, but was really more of a threat on the ground with 100 yards and two touchdowns on 24 carries.

 Next Saturday, the Vikings are back on the road, traveling to Adrian, Michigan for a contest with the Adrian Bulldogs. Kickoff is scheduled for noon central  time.                                                                

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 74-31 (.705) during his career at Augustana, including a 1-0 mark this year. Overall, he has a mark of 111-44 (.716) 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

1

1.000

0

0

-

Augustana

Augustana Totals

74

31

.705

52

18

.743

 

CAREER

111

44

.716

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

1

1.000

0

0

-

 

1-1

0-0

0-0

0-1

1-0

CAREER

74

31

.705

52

18

.743

 

23-12

34-9

17-10

42-12

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

5

2

3

2002 - W (34-14)

2010 - L (23-28)

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 18 game at Adrian

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

  

78

Tony

Chesser

6-3

260

Sr

Rock Island, Illinois

Alleman

OG

64

Adam

Lang

6-2

260

So

Rock Island, Illinois

Rock Island

  

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

  

61

Kelly

Clennon

6-2

255

Sr

Naperville, Illinois

Joliet Catholic

OG

61

Kelly

Clennon

6-2

255

Sr

Naperville, Illinois

Joliet Catholic

66

Kevon

Rivers

6-1

265

So

Chicago, Illinois

Uplift Community

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

  2

A.J.

Hoger

5-7

160

Jr

Cary, Illinois

Cary-Grove

  

20

Tyler

Trimberger

5-9

180

Jr

Chatham, Illinois

Chatham-Glenwood

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

47

John

Draminski

6-0

215

So

Kewanee, Illinois

Wethersfield

  

41

Erik

Westerberg

6-3

200

Fr

Elmhurst, Illinois

York

MLB

16

John

Mago

5-11

215

Sr

Cary, Illinois

Cary-Grove

  

41

Erik

Westerberg

6-3

200

Fr

Elmhurst, Illinois

York

ILB

45

Joe

Weber

6-2

240

So

South Elgin, Illinois

Marmion Academy

  

39

Jack

Madden

6-0

210

Sr

Barrington, Illinois

St. Viator

CB

  7

Alex

Schroeder

5-10

175

Sr

Batavia, Illinois

Batavia

  

28

Mack

Gray

5-7

175

Jr

Chicago, Illinois

Simeon

CB

27

Matt

Glawe

5-10

185

Jr

Winfield, Illinois

Wheaton Warrenville South

  

  8

Aaron

Kwasigroch

6-1

175

Jr

Wauconda, Illinois

Carmel Catholic

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

  2

A.J.

Hoger

5-7

160

Jr

Cary, Illinois

Cary-Grove

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 ADRIAN TWO DEEP

POS

NO

NAME

  

HT

WT

YR

HOMETOWN

HIGH SCHOOL/PREVIOUS COLLEGE

OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WR

19

Mike

Gabriele

6-0

185

So

Hillsdale, Michigan

Hillsdale

85

D'ante

Thompson

5-10

169

So

Detroit, Michigan

Henry Ford

TE

88

Trey

Searles

6-4

282

Jr

Tecumseh, Michigan

Tecumseh

  

82

Justin

Rhodes

6-1

218

Jr

Pinehurst, Texas

Tomball

LT

53

Spencer

Whittington

6-3

285

Jr

Paw Paw, Michigan

Lawrence

  

54

George

Staunch

6-3

250

Sr

Lapeer, Michigan

Mayville

LG

78

Nick

Mighion

6-2

254

So

Sterling Heights, Michigan

Warren Cousino

  

63

Brad

Smith

6-3

240

So

Sand Creek, Michigan

Sand Creek

C

50

Michael

Tighe

6-2

262

Sr

Manistee, Michigan

Manistee

  

66

Nick

Urteaga

5-10

243

Jr

Beverly Hills, California

Beverly Hills

RG

76

Nick

Ross

6-0

269

Jr

Manchester, Michigan

Manchester

79

Mitch

Blose

5-11

265

Sr

Oxford, Michigan

Oxford

RT

55

Demetrius

Jackson

6-4

326

Sr

Waterford, Michigan

Mott

  

65

Garrett

McQueen

6-1

300

Fr

Arcadia, Ohio

Findlay

WR

  6

Kyle

Timmis

6-0

196

So

Wyandotte, Michigan

Roosevelt

81

Ben

Houtteman

6-4

228

Sr

Brighton, Michigan

Brighton

QB

  3

Justin

Hemm

5-11

195

So

Piqua, Ohio

Piqua

  

13

Mike

McGee

6-0

228

Sr

Columbus, Ohio

Brookhaven

RB

43

Derek

Shell

6-1

226

So

Manitou Beach, Michigan

Onsted

  

47

Greg

Brannan

6-0

226

So

Gibraltar, Michigan

Carlson

RB

14

Jared

Edwards

5-9

185

Jr

Bellbrook, Ohio

Bellbrook

  

23

Damon

Brown

5-9

225

Fr

Troy, Michigan

Troy

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEFENSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DE

97

Austin

Fritz

6-0

250

Sr

Ayersville, Ohio

Ayersville

80

Michael

Curry

6-1

231

Sr

Walbridge, Ohio

Lake

DT

41

Sam

Pinkerton

6-2

225

Sr

Millbury, Ohio

Genoa

39

Ryan

Stamper

5-11

250

Fr

Walled Lake, Michigan

White Lake Lakeland

DT

58

Kevin

Wengert

6-1

261

Sr

Westland, Michigan

Livonia Franklin

99

Aaron

Gray

5-9

240

Fr

Detroit, Michigan

Martin Luther King

DE

37

Clint

Chapman

6-4

200

Sr

Rockwood, Michigan

Carleton Airport

49

Kwame

Cawarrie

6-0

220

Jr

Detroit, Michigan

Dearborn Annapolis

OLB

  4

Darren

Walter

5-9

174

Jr

Muskegon, Michigan

Orchard View

  2

Joe

Makowski

5-10

185

So

Maple Heights, Ohio

Garfield Hts. Trinity

ILB

40

Jarred

Kwiatkowski

5-11

219

Sr

Warren, Michigan

Cousino

34

Jeff

Bien

5-10

210

Sr

Lansing, Michigan

Central Catholic

ILB

29

Danny

Taylor

5-10

210

Sr

Commerce Township, Michigan

White Lake Lakeland

27

Jake

Duffey

5-7

190

So

Monroe, Michigan

Monroe

OLB

  8

Bryan

Garbarino

5-11

190

Jr

Shelby Township, Michigan

Utica

10

Deontae

Bridgeman

5-9

200

Fr

Warren, Michigan

St. Claire Shores Lake Shore

CB

  5

Scott

Normandin

6-0

184

Sr

Lansing, Michigan

Grand Ledge

12

Jeff

Makowski

5-10

179

Jr

Maple Heights, Ohio

Garfield Hts. Trinity

CB

  1

Keman

Jacobs

5-10

180

Jr

Hahnville, Louisiana

Hahnville

15

Brandon

Moshenko

5-10

183

So

Tonawanda, New York

St. Joseph's Collegiate

S

  7

Chris

Cook

6-1

190

Jr

Hartford, Michigan

Hartford

25

Vinnie

Ives

6-1

187

Sr

Oxford, Michigan

Oxford

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPECIALIST

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PLACEKICKER

99

Logan

Mitseff

6-4

259

Sr

Shelby Township, Michigan

Pontiac Notre Dame

  

45

Michael

Sclater

6-0

179

Fr

Saline, Michigan

Saline

HOLDER

  6 K

Kyle

Timmis

6-0

196

So

Wyandotte, Michigan

Roosevelt

  

  3

Justin

Hemm

5-11

195

So

Piqua, Ohio

Piqua

PUNTER

  9

Kevin

Allaer

6-4

200

Sr

Wallaceburg, Ontario

Wallaceburg

  

17

Chris

Shirar

6-3

231

Fr

Grosse Pointe, Michigan

South

PUNT RETURN

  1

Keman

Jacobs

5-10

180

Jr

Hahnville, Louisiana

Hahnville

  

12

Jeff

Makowski

5-10

179

Jr

Maple Heights, Ohio

Garfield Hts. Trinity

KICK RETURN

  1

Keman

Jacobs

5-10

180

Jr

Hahnville, Louisiana

Hahnville

  

  2

Joe

Makowski

5-10

185

So

Maple Heights, Ohio

Garfield Hts. Trinity

LONG SNAP

89

Chris

Keenist

6-4

244

Jr

Oxford, Michigan

Oxford

 

2010 AUGUSTANA VIKINGS STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS

CATEGORY

NUMBER

OPPONENT

DATE

Individual Offense

 

 

 

Most Points

12 - Zach McCullough

Greenville

09/03/10

 

12 - Zach McCullough

Central

09/11/10

Most Points Kicking

4 - Arnie Fitzwater

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Touchdowns

2 - Zach McCullough

Greenville

09/03/10

 

2 - Zach McCullough

Central

09/11/10

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

46 - David Lee

Central

09/11/10

Most Pass Completions

28 - David Lee

Central

09/11/10

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

46

Central

09/11/10

Most Completions

28

Central

09/11/10

Most First Downs Total

20

Greenville

09/03/10

Most First Downs Rushing

9

Greenville

09/03/10

Most First Downs Passing

13

Central

09/11/10

Most First Downs Penalty

1

Central

09/11/10

Most Rushes

37

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Plays

64

Greenville

09/03/10

 

64

Central

09/11/10

 

 

 

 

Individual Defense

 

 

 

Most Total Tackles

11 - John Mago

Central

09/11/10

Most Solo Tackles

8 - Matt Glawe

Central

09/11/10

Most Assisted Tackles

6 - John Mago

Central

09/11/10

 

6 - Curt Perschnick

Central

09/11/10

Most Interceptions

3 - Ben Hall

Central

09/11/10

Most Fumble Recoveries

1 - George Papandreou

Central

09/11/10

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

4

Central

09/11/10

Most Fumble Recoveries

1

Central

09/11/10

Fewest Total First Downs

7 (5 rushing, 1 passing, 1 penalty)

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