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September 28, 2010

2010 Season - 2010 Millikin Preview

Augustana opens CCIW play this Saturday, October 2, with a road date against Millikin in Decatur, Illinois.

ROCK ISLAND, Ill. - With the non-conference portion of the 2010 schedule out of the way, coach Jim Barnes' Augustana football team opens College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin play this Saturday. The Vikings travel to Decatur, Illinois for a 1:00 p.m. date with the Millikin Big Blue.

 Augustana comes into the contest with a 2-1 record and was idle this past Saturday. Meanwhile, Millikin defeated Greenville 27-17 at home to run its record to 3-0 on the year. Greenville is a common opponent between the teams, with Augustana having defeated the Panthers 28-7 on the road in the season opener.

 The Big Blue offense is led by senior running back Dion Wilson. He was a first team All-CCIW selection and the team's leading rusher with 832 yards a year ago. Through three games this season, he has already rushed for 638 yards, an average of 212.7 per game. He's also averaging an eye-popping 7.9 yards per carry and has reached the end zone nine times. For good measure, he leads Millikin with 10 receptions for 66 yards. 6-foot-3, 325-pound tackle Brian Blomquist-a second team All-CCIW pick in 2009-helps clear the way for Wilson.

 Junior quarterback Luke Hockaday has thrown for 398 yards this year, completing 60% of his passes (39 of 65). He's thrown four touchdown passes and has been intercepted three times. In addition to Wilson, his favorite targets have been senior tight end Will Roth (second team All-CCIW in 2009), with eight catches for 68 yards and senior wide receiver Chris Hampton, with seven receptions for 59 yards and three touchdowns. Senior wide receivers Derrick Morgan and Kody Smith have each caught five passes. Morgan's have gone for 117 yards (23.4 per catch) and one touchdown while Smith's have totaled 71 yards (14.2 per reception). Smith is also an explosive return man, averaging 17.7 yards bringing back punts and 24.2 yards on kickoff returns.

 Defensively, Millikin returns three second team all-conference performers from a year ago-end Chase Gruening, linebacker Josh Ingold and corner Cody Acree. The Big Blue is allowing an average of 23.0 points per game. Opponents have rushed for averages of 109.7 yards per game and 3.1 yards per carry. Millikin has given up 216.0 yards per game through the air, but have held the opposition to a completion percentage of .554 (62 of 112) while picking off eight passes. The Big Blue has a total of nine takeaways on the year.

 Kicker Chris Hunt, another senior, is perfect on 13 point after attempts and has converted three of six field goals, connecting from 42, 47 and 51 yards. He also handles the Millikin punting duties and averages 37.0 yards per kick.

 For Augustana, junior quarterback David Lee (Springfield HS, Springfield, Ill.) has completed 57 of 88 (.648) passes for 736 yards and seven touchdowns with two interceptions this season. His quarterback rating of 156.7 is currently second in the conference.

 Among the receiving corps, five Vikings have made at least seven catches. Senior Corbett Ball (Buffalo Grove HS, Arlington Heights, Ill.) has snagged 13 passes for 123 yards (9.5 per catch) and one touchdown. Junior Zach McCullough (St. Charles North HS, St. Charles Ill.), the big play threat of Lee's targets, has seven catches for 236 yards (33.7 per catch) and four touchdowns. Senior Kyle Hundman (Bloomington Central Catholic HS, Bloomington, Ill.) has 12 receptions for 105 yards (8.8 per catch). Despite currently being out with an injury, junior Jordan Peart's (Marian Central HS, Bull Valley, Ill.) 10 catches for 111 yards in the season opener leave him third on the team in receptions. Junior tight end Jack Gilleland (Marian Central HS, Bull Valley, Ill.) has made seven catches for 63 yards as well.

 Freshman Alex Hembrey (Cary-Grove HS, Cary, Ill.) leads the team with 108 rushing yards and is averaging 5.1 yards per carry. His performance at Adrian a week ago, which included a 53-yard kickoff return, earned him the team's "Special Forces" award. Sophomore Nate Pena (Neuqua Valley HS, Bolingbrook, Ill.), currently out with an injury, has rushed for 73 yards and an average of 6.1 per carry. Senior Robert Wood has added 65 yards on the ground and was named the Vikings' "Offensive Player of the Week" against Adrian. Pena, Wood and junior A.J. Hoger (Cary-Grove HS, Cary, Ill.) have accounted for the Vikings' three rushing touchdowns.

  The Augustana defense comes into conference play giving up just 250.7 total yards per game. The Vikings have allowed just 81.3 yards per game and 2.0 yards per carry on the ground. The unit has also forced nine turnovers, including seven interceptions.

 Individually, senior linebacker John Mago (Cary-Grove HS, Cary, Ill.) leads the team in total tackles with 32 (13 solo and 19 assists). Of those, 3½ have resulted in lost yardage. Mago also has one forced fumble. Senior defensive end Curt Perschnick (Dwight HS, Dwight, Ill.)-who was both the team and conference "Defensive Player of the Week" after the Adrian game-has 9 solo stops and 12 assists. He is second on the team with 21 total tackles, 3½ of which have come behind the line of scrimmage including one sack. Sophomore linebacker Joe Weber (Marmion Academy, South Elgin, Ill.) leads the team with six tackles for loss and three sacks and is third on the team in total tackles with 18 (13 solo and five assisted). Linebacker-defensive back Danny Hess (Naperville North HS, Naperville, Ill.), a junior, has recorded 13 stops (eight solo, six assisted) including two for loss. Linebackers Brandon Holl (Batavia HS, North Aurora, Ill.), a senior and Erik Westerberg (York HS, Elmhurst, Ill.), a freshman, have each been in on 13 tackles as well.

 The secondary has been led by juniors Ben Hall (University HS, Normal, Ill.) and Matt Glawe (Wheaton Warrenville South HS, Winfield, Ill.). Hall's three interceptions against Central tied a school record and give him the team lead. Glawe has picked off two opposition passes. They have each recorded 13 tackles, with 11of Glawe's being solo stops.

RED HOT START FOR THE CCIW: Just three of the CCIW's eight team played this past Saturday, but with North Central, Wheaton and Millikin all recording wins on September 25, the league finished with a combined non-conference record of 22-2. The lone losses were Augustana's 28-23 setback against 7th-ranked Central and a 9-7 North Park loss to Aurora.

 

2010 CCIW STANDINGS

School

CCIW

Overall

Carthage

0-0

3-0

Elmhurst

0-0

3-0

Ill. Wesleyan

0-0

3-0

Millikin

0-0

3-0

North Central

0-0

3-0

Wheaton

0-0

3-0

AUGUSTANA

0-0

2-1

North Park

0-0

2-1

          October 2 Schedule

            AUGUSTANA at Millikin               1:00 p.m.

            Illinois Wesleyan at Wheaton      1:00 p.m.

            Elmhurst at North Park               2:00 p.m.

            Carthage at North Central           6:00 p.m.

  

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

W, 21-7

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-MILLIKIN SERIES NOTES: Augustana now leads the series 39-30-1 thanks to nine straight wins over the Big Blue...At one time the Big Blue led 24-15-1 following a 12-8 Millikin victory in 1980...Since then the two teams have met 30 times and Augustana has won 24 of those games...These two conference powerhouses have won or shared 30 league titles between them...This series began in 1920 with a 7-0 win by the Big Blue...Millikin won the first three meetings and six of the first seven...The Big Blue did turn the impressive trick of beating the Vikings twice in one season in 1989 - winning 33-8 in the regular season and 21-12 in the first round of the NCAA Division III playoffs. 

YEAR

SCORE (Running Record)

SITE

  

YEAR

SCORE (Running Record)

SITE

1920

MIL 7, AUG 0 (0-1)

Away

 

1978

MIL 38, AUG 7 (15-22-1)

Away

1921

MIL 28, AUG 0 (0-2)

Home

 

1979

MIL 16, AUG 7 (15-23-1)

Home

1922

MIL 18, AUG 0 (0-3)

Away

 

1980

MIL 12, AUG 8 (15-24-1)

Away

1923

AUG 3, MIL 2 (1-3)

Home

 

1981

AUG 31, MIL 0 (16-24-1)

Home

1924

MIL 20, AUG 0 (1-4)

Away

 

1982

AUG 49, MIL 0 (17-24-1)

Away

1925

MIL 20, AUG 7 (1-5)

Home

 

1983

AUG 35, MIL 14 (18-24-1)

Home

1926

MIL 34, AUG 0 (1-6)

Away

 

1984

AUG 19, MIL 16 (19-24-1)

Away

1936

AUG 7, MIL 0 (2-6)

NA

 

1985

AUG 9, MIL 3 (20-24-1)

Home

1937

AUG 7, MIL 0 (3-6)

NA

 

1986

AUG 12, MIL 2 (21-24-1)

Away

1948

MIL 7, AUG 0 (3-7)

Away

 

1987

AUG 48, MIL 14 (22-24-1)

Home

1950

MIL 20, AUG 0 (3-8)

Home

 

1988

AUG 14, MIL 12 (23-24-1)

Away

1951

MIL 12, AUG 7 (3-9)

Away

 

1989

MIL 33, AUG 8 (23-25-1)

Home

1953

AUG 32, MIL 14 (4-9)

Home

 

1989

*MIL 21, AUG 12 (23-26-1)

Away

1954

MIL 31, AUG 6 (4-10)

Away

 

 

* - NCAA Division III Playoffs

 

1955

MIL 27, AUG 12 (4-11)

Home

 

1990

AUG 17, MIL 12 (24-26-1)

Away

1956

MIL 30, AUG 26 (4-12)

Away

 

1991

AUG 26, MIL 0 (25-26-1)

Home

1957

MIL 14, AUG 6 (4-13)

Home

 

1992

AUG 13, MIL 3 (26-26-1)

Away

1958

MIL 20, AUG 6 (4-14)

Away

 

1993

AUG 54, MIL 30 (27-26-1)

Home

1959

AUG 14, MIL 12 (5-14)

Home

 

1994

MIL 21, AUG 12 (27-27-1)

Away

1960

MIL 38, AUG 14 (5-15)

Away

 

1995

AUG 36, MIL 0 (28-27-1)

Home

1961

MIL 39, AUG 7 (5-16)

Home

 

1996

AUG 27, MIL 0 (29-27-1)

Away

1962

AUG 14, MIL 13 (6-16)

Away

 

1997

AUG 18, MIL 0 (30-27-1)

Home

1963

AUG 19, MIL 14 (7-16)

Home

 

1998

MIL 27, AUG 21 (30-28-1)

Away

1964

AUG 17, MIL 14 (8-16)

Away

 

1999

MIL 20, AUG 7 (30-29-1)

Home

1965

AUG 7, MIL 7 - tie (8-16-1)

Home

 

2000

MIL 42, AUG 21 (30-30-1)

Away

1966

AUG 13, MIL 7 (9-16-1)

Away

 

2001

AUG 21, MIL 17 (31-30-1)

Home

1967

AUG 20, MIL 14 (10-16-1)

Home

 

2002

AUG 41, MIL 14 (32-30-1)

Home

1968

AUG 26, MIL 6 (11-16-1)

Away

 

2003

AUG 24, MIL 22 (33-30-1)

Away

1969

AUG 17, MIL 0 (12-16-1)

Home

 

2004

AUG 24, MIL 17 (34-30-1)

Home

1970

MIL 20, AUG 10 (12-17-1)

Away

 

2005

AUG 23, MIL 0 (35-30-1)

Away

1971

AUG 20, MIL 0 (13-17-1)

Home

 

2006

AUG 34, MIL 23 (36-30-1)

Away

1972

MIL 24, AUG 7 (13-18-1)

Away

 

2007

AUG 44, MIL 7 (37-30-1)

Home

1973

AUG 56, MIL 41 (14-18-1)

Home

 

2008

AUG 34, MIL 13 (38-30-1)

Home

1974

MIL 35, AUG 28 (14-19-1)

Away

 

2009

AUG 42, MIL 13 (39-30-1)

Away

1975

AUG 21, MIL 20 (15-19-1)

Home

 

 

 

 

1976

MIL 19, AUG 7 (15-20-1)

Away

 

 

 

 

1977

MIL 17, AUG 14 (15-21-1)

Home

 

 

 

 

 

LAST YEAR'S GAME: 11/14/09- AUGUSTANA 42, MILLIKIN 13

Lee's record 422 yards spark Vikings to win

DECATUR, Ill. - For the second week in a row, Augustana sophomore quarterback David Lee (Springfield HS, Springfield, Ill.) has supplanted former NFL MVP Ken Anderson in the school's record book. After breaking Anderson's single-game record for completions last week, Lee threw for 422 yards Saturday afternoon, sparking a 42-13 win over Millikin. The 422 yards break the previous record of 410, set by Anderson against North Park on November 2, 1968.

 With the win the Vikings finish the season at 6-4 overall and tied for third place in the CCIW at 4-3. Millikin also finishes 6-4 overall and a game behind Augustana, Wheaton and Carthage in the conference standings at 3-4.

 The Vikings jumped on the Big Blue early. After the Augustana defense forced a Millikin three-and-out on the game's opening possession, it took the offense just four plays to go 67 yards for the game's opening score. Lee connected with Jake Parke (St. Joseph-Ogden HS, St. Joseph, Ill.) for a 47-yard completion on Augustana's first play from scrimmage and three plays later Robert Wood (Rockford Boylan HS, Loves Park, Ill.) finished off the drive with a seven-yard touchdown run. Ryan Gibbons' (Richwoods HS, Peoria, Ill.) point after gave the Vikings a 7-0 lead with 11:45 left in the first quarter.

 Parke caught two passes in the game to finish the season with 42 receptions-third best in school history. He also finishes his career with 97 catches, putting him third on Augustana's all-time list.

 Alex Schroeder (Batavia HS, Batavia, Ill.) picked off Big Blue quarterback Gavin Johnson on Millikin's next possession. Schroeder's 25-yard return set up the Vikings at the Millikin 44-yard line. From there the offense moved inside the Millikin 10, but Parke was stopped on a fourth-and-one at the Big Blue six-yard line.

 Lee's touchdown on a 3-yard option keeper on the Vikings' next possession pushed the lead to 14-0. He added an 11-yard touchdown run early in the second quarter to make it 21-0 and when freshman running back Nate Pena (Neuqua Valley HS, Bolingbrook, Ill.) went in from six yards out to make it 28-0 at the 3:24 mark of the first half, the only question became whether Lee would set a new record. He finished the first half with 256 passing yards.

 In the third quarter, Lee connected on his first two touchdown passes of the day. The first went 25 yards to senior Matt Downing (Morton HS, Morton, Ill.) who had another big day himself. After making 11 grabs in last week's game, Downing snared another 10 passes for 160 yards on Saturday. He finishes the season with 40 receptions (fourth-best in school history) and his career with 72, good for eighth on Augustana's career list.

 Lee's second touchdown pass of the day went 12 yards to Jack Gilleland (Marian Central Catholic HS, Bull Valley, Ill.) and made the score 42-0 with nine seconds left in the third quarter. Lee broke the record when he connected with Downing on a 41-yard completion with 14 minutes left in the game. He completed one more pass before getting the rest of the day off.

 Big Blue quarterback Matt Holmes connected with receivers Erik Tobey and Shane Dixon on a pair of touchdown passes in the fourth quarter to account for the final score.

 Lee finished the game 25-of-34 for 422 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions. His big day pushed his season yardage total to 1,714, second only to Anderson's 2,117 set in 1968, when he too was a sophomore. Remarkably, Lee is now ninth on the school's career passing yardage list as well with 1,730 yards.

 Pena led the Viking ground attack with 37 yards and a touchdown on seven carries. As has been the case for most of the season, the Augustana defense was solid again. Big Blue running back Dion Wilson, who came in leading the CCIW in rushing, gained just 18 yards on seven carries and as a team, Millikin gained just 267 total yards and only 79 yards on 29 rushes.

 Senior linebacker Preston Jones (Bureau Valley HS, Sheffield, Ill.) finished his career by leading the Vikings with ten tackles, including seven solos, two for loss and one sack. In addition to Schroeder, Andrew Rosset (Maine West HS, Des Plaines, Ill.) also intercepted a Millikin pass.

  

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 75-31 (.708) during his career at Augustana, including a 2-1 mark this year. Overall, he has a mark of 112-44 (.718) 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

2

1

.667

0

0

-

Augustana

Augustana Totals

75

31

.708

52

18

.743

 

CAREER

112

44

.718

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

2

1

.667

0

0

-

 

2-1

0-0

0-0

0-1

2-0

CAREER

75

31

.708

52

18

.743

 

24-12

34-9

17-10

42-12

33-19

% - 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

Adrian

1

1

0

2010 - W (21-7)

 

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 October 2 game at Millikin

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 MILLIKIN FOOTBALL TWO DEEP

POS

NO

  

NAME

HT

WT

YR

HOMETOWN

HIGH SCHOOL

OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LT

78

Brian

Blomquist

6-3

325

Sr.

Taylorville, Illinois

Taylorville

63

Eric

Whitaker

6-1

266

Fr.

Shumway, Illinois

Effingham

LG

73

Ethan

King

6-2

290

So.

Mahomet, Illinois

Mahomet-Seymour

  

70

Parker

Kelley

6-0

252

So.

Byhalia, Missississippi

Rossville Academy

C

58

Brent

Barringer

5-11

273

Sr.

High Ridge, Missouri

Rockwood Summit

  

72

Tyler

Fawbush

6-0

285

So.

Rantoul, Illinois

Rantoul

RG

68

Kevin

Chavez

6-1

296

Sr.

Lynwood, Illinois

Thornwood

  

60

Pat

Kolosky

6-6

328

Sr.

Lisle, Illinois

Lisle 

RT

75

Dustin

Moore

6-6

292

Jr.

Decatur, Illinois

Maroa-Forsyth

  

74

Kagan

Gentry

6-3

284

Sr.

Angola, Indiana

Angola

TE

21

Will

Roth

6-3

220

Sr.

Naperville, Illinois

Joliet Catholic  

  

40

Chris

Ntor-ue

6-1

221

Jr.

Cerro Gordo, Illinois

Cerro Gordo

WR

4

Chris

Hampton

5-10

194

Sr.

Champaign, Illinois

Centennial

82

Michael

Blakely

5-11

156

Fr.

Hazelwood, Missouri

Hazelwood West

WR

19

Kody

Smith

6-1

180

Sr.

Arthur, Illinois

Arthur, Ill.

  

1

Erik

Tobey

6-1

191

So.

Herscher, Illinois

Herscher

WR

10

Derrick

Morgan

5-10

175

Sr.

Fisher, Illinois

Fisher

  

17

Chad

Wolpert

5-10

170

Jr.

Harristown, Illinois

Sangamon Valley

QB

9

Luke

Hockaday

6-3

205

Jr.

Forsyth, Illinois

Maroa-Forsyth

  

15

Matt

Holmes

5-10

190

So.

Wheeling, Illinois

Wheeling

RB

3

Dion

Wilson

5-9

180

Sr.

Country Club Hills, Illinois

Rich Central 

     

5

Lahenson

Merant

5-10

190

Jr.

Evergreen Park, Illinois

Evergreen Park

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEFENSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DT

91

Chase

Gruening

5-9

230

Sr.

Sherman, Illinois

Williamsville

  

99

John

Lessaris

6-1

265

Fr.

Champaign, Illinois

Central

DT

97

Connor

Flood

6-3

260

So.

Lombard, Illinois

Glenbard East

  

87

R.J.

Kalfas

6-1

225

Fr.

Wheaton, Illinois

Wheaton St. Francis

DE

90

Sully

Edwards

6-3

210

So.

Anna, Illinois

Anna-Jonesboro

     

28

Kieron

Boyd

6-0

200

Jr.

Maywood, Illinois

St. Joseph  

DE

56

Ben

McNeely

6-1

250

Sr.

Fenton, Missouri

Rockwood Summit

  

53

Bryce

Biel

6-1

234

So.

Geneva, Illinois

Geneva

LB

29

Tyler

Roush

6-1

196

So.

Decatur, Illinois

Maroa-Forsyth

     

20

Brent

Smith

6-0

195

Sr.

Flanagan, Illinois

Flanagan

LB

34

Josh

Ingold

6-1

218

Jr.

Fisher, Illinois

Fisher

  

43

Marquette

Moore

6-0

205

So.

Mt. Vernon, Illinois

Mt. Vernon

LB

57

Keith

Burczak

6-0

200

Jr.

Manteno, Illinois

Bishop McNamara

    

50

Zach

McFerren

6-0

210

Sr.

St. Louis, Missouri

Rockwood Summit

SS     

6

Sonnie

Rollins

6-3

172

So.

O'Fallon, Illinois

O'Fallon

  

2

Arington

Jordan

6-0

186

So.

Bourbonnais, Illinois

Bradley-Bourbonnais

FS

11

Nick

Kronmiller

6-1

194

Jr.

Heyworth, Illinois

Heyworth

     

12

Gavin

Johnston

6-1

197

So.

Braidwood, Illinois

Reed-Custer

CB

32

Cody

Acree

6-0

185

Jr.

Decatur, Illinois

Sangamon Valley

  

23

Carleston

Acres

5-10

181

So.

Springfield, Illinois

Southeast

CB

7

Darrell

Mitchell

5-10

166

So.

Mt. Vernon, Illinois

Mt. Vernon

  

49     

Daniel

Fishel

5-10

172

Jr.

Arcola, Illinois

Arcola

  

 

SPECIALIST

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

K\P

8

Chris

Hunt

6-2

200

Sr.

Chippenham, Great Britain

Harden Huish

KO

33

Alex

Chiligiris

5-10

190

Fr.

Decatur, Illinois

Maroa-Forsyth

KR

19

Kody

Smith

6-1

180

Sr.

Arthur, Illinois

Arthur

KR

4

Chris

Hampton

 5-10

194

Sr.

Champaign, Illinois

Centennial

LSN

54

Billy

Chase

6-0

180

Fr.

Frankfort, Illinois

Lincoln Way North

  

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

 

12 - Robert Wood

Adrian

09/18/10

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

 

2 - Robert Wood

Adrian

09/18/10

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

108 - Alex Hembrey

Adrian

09/18/10

Most Rushing Attempts

20 - Alex Hembrey

Adrian

09/18/10

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

192

Adrian

09/18/10

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

12

Adrian

09/18/10

Most First Downs Passing

13

Central

09/11/10

Most First Downs Penalty

1

Central

09/11/10

Most Rushes

51

Adrian

09/18/10

Most Plays

67

Adrian

09/18/10

 

 

 

 

Individual Defense

 

 

 

Most Total Tackles

12 - Brandon Holl

Adrian

09/18/10

Most Solo Tackles

8 - Matt Glawe

Central

09/11/10

Most Assisted Tackles

9 - Brandon Holl

Adrian

09/18/10

Most Interceptions

3 - Ben Hall

Central

09/11/10

Most Fumble Recoveries

1 - George Papandreou

Central

09/11/10

 

1 - Curt Perschnick

Adrian

09/18/10

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

 

7

Adrian

09/18/10

Fewest Plays

51

Greenville

09/03/10

Fewest Rushing Attempts

31

Adrian

09/18/10

Fewest Total Yards

175 (-4 rushing & 179 passing)

Adrian

09/18/10

Fewest Rushing Yards

-4

Adrian

09/18/10

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

 

1

Adrian

09/18/10

Fewest Total First Downs

7 (5 rushing, 1 passing, 1 penalty)

Greenville

09/03/10

Fewest Rushing First Downs

2

Adrian

09/18/10

Fewest Passing First Downs

1

Greenville

09/03/10

Fewest Penalty First Downs

0

Adrian

09/18/10