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October 5, 2010

2010 Season - North Central Preview 2010

Augustana faces a stiff challenge on homecoming this Saturday, hosting 7th-ranked North Central.

ROCK ISLAND, Ill. – Coach Jim Barnes’ Augustana Vikings got an important win this past weekend, opening the CCIW portion of the schedule with a 28-24 win at Millikin. The win sets up a homecoming showdown with North Central. The Cardinals are the overwhelming favorite to win the league this year according to the pre-season poll conducted by the conference coaches.

 The Vikings survived three turnovers and a blocked punt Saturday to pull out a road win at Millikin. David Lee (Springfield HS, Springfield, Ill.) threw for two touchdowns including one to Keith Abbey (Rich East HS, Park Forest, Ill.) with just a minute left to play to secure the win. Senior running back Robert Wood (Rockford Boylan HS, Loves Park, Ill.) continued to work his way back from an ankle injury, rushing for 93 yards and two touchdowns. Lee ran for 91 yards in addition to his 213 through the air.

 The Viking defense performed very well again, allowing just 225 total yards to the Big Blue. Millikin quarterback Luke Hockaday managed just five completions in 19 attempts for 46 yards. Running back Dion Wilson, who came in averaging over 200 yards rushing per game, did bust off a 69-yard run early in the second quarter, but otherwise managed just 95 yards on 34 carries.

 Augustana’s homecoming opponent Saturday will be 4-0 North Central. The Cardinals received six of seven possible first place votes (coaches are prohibited from voted for their own team) in the CCIW pre-season coaches’ poll. They’re coming off a 43-8 pounding of previously unbeaten Carthage this past Saturday and have outscored their opponents by a 156-30 margin this season.

 

Jordan Tassio, a transfer from Western Illinois, is the Cardinals’ leading rusher with 303 yards and four touchdowns on 54 carries (5.6 yards per carry). Brad Crackel, a transfer from Western Michigan has stepped into the starting quarterback role and completed 35 of 66 (.530) passes for 555 yards and five touchdowns without an interception. Senior wide receiver Steve Hlavac is North Central’s leading receiver. The 2009 first team All-CCIW performer has 25 catches for 420 yards (16.8 per reception) and a pair of touchdowns. 2009 All-CCIW first teamers Kyle Fiedorowicz (tight end) and Kyle Antos (guard) return up front as well.

 Defensively, the Cardinals have been even more impressive. Bolstered by the return of All-CCIW linebacker Matt Wenger, who was injured last season, North Central is allowing an average of 12.2 rushing yards per game and a miniscule 0.4 per carry. The Cardinals have allowed 204.5 yard per game through the air, but opponents have completed just .556 of their passes with three touchdowns and six interceptions. Wenger leads the team with 21 solo and 35 total tackles. North Central also returns 2009 first team all-conference selections Joe Schneiderbauer at linebacker and Josh McLeod at free safety.

 For Augustana, Lee directs a Viking offense that’s averaging 362.5 total yards (123.0 rushing and 239.5 passing) and 25.0 points per game. The junior quarterback leads the CCIW in passing efficiency with a 152.05 rating and is second in passing yards (949) and total offense (262.5 yards per game). He’s completed 76 of 118 passes (.644) with nine touchdowns and just three interceptions. His 101 rushing yards are third on the team as well.

 

Wood has regained the Vikings’ rushing lead with 158 yards and three touchdowns on 46 carries. Freshman Alex Hembrey (Cary-Grove HS, Cary, Ill.) has added 119 yards on 26 carries. Corbett Ball (Buffalo Grove HS, Arlington Heights, Ill.) and Kyle Hundman (Bloomington Central Catholic HS, Bloomington, Ill.) have been Lee’s most frequent targets. Ball has 18 catches for 189 yards and Hundman has hauled in 17 passes for 148 yards. Zach McCullough leads in receiving yardage (236—33.7 per catch) and touchdowns (four).

 Senior linebacker John Mago (Cary-Grove HS, Cary, Ill.) leads an Augustana defense that gives up just 244.2 yards per game. The Vikings have allowed opponents just 105.8 rushing yards per contest and an average of just 2.5 yards per carry. They’ve also held the opposition to 138.5 yards per game through the air on a .522 completion percentage. The Vikings have intercepted seven passes while allowing five touchdown passes. Mago leads the team with 17 solo tackles, 23 assists and 40 total stops.

HONORS FOR WOOD: The National Football Foundation last week named Robert Wood as a semifinalist for the 2010 William V. Campbell Trophy. The NFF named 121 players—only 27 of which compete at the NCAA Division III level—as semifinalists for the award. There will be 15 finalists named in November, each of whom will receive an $18,000 post-graduate scholarship and a trip to New York City’s Waldorf Astoria Hotel where the Campbell Trophy winner will be announced on December 7. Wood is looking to become Augustana’s fifth NFF finalist in the last 13 years, joining Chris Meskan (1998), Mackenzie Hay (2000), Todd Baldwin (2002) and Blaine Westemeyer (2009).

 

2010 CCIW STANDINGS

School

CCIW

Overall

Elmhurst

1-0

4-0

North Central

1-0

4-0

Wheaton

1-0

4-0

AUGUSTANA

1-0

3-1

Carthage

0-1

3-1

Ill. Wesleyan

0-1

3-1

Millikin

0-1

3-1

North Park

0-1

2-2

          October 2 Scores

            AUGUSTANA 28, Millikin 24                        

            Wheaton 29, Illinois Wesleyan 19

            Elmhurst 45, North Park 0           

            North Central 43, Carthage 8        

           

            October 9 Schedule

            North Central at AUGUSTANA        1:00 p.m.

            Millikin at Carthage                      1:00 p.m.

            Wheaton at Elmhurst                   1:00 p.m.

            North Park at Illinois Wesleyan     2:00 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

W, 28-24

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-NORTH CENTRAL SERIES NOTES: Augustana has dominated this series throughout its history, leading 57-22-1...North Central’s last win before a 31-10 victory in 2004 came in 1980 by a score of 24-16...The Cardinals have won the last four games however.

 

YEAR

SCORE (Running Record)

SITE

 

YEAR

SCORE (Running Record)

SITE

1923

NC 20, AUG 6 (0-1)

NA

 

1970

AUG 35, NC 0 (28-12-1)

Home

1924

NC 12, AUG 6 (0-2)

NA

 

1971

AUG 35, NC 12 (29-12-1)

Away

1926

AUG 20, NC 0 (1-2)

NA

 

1972

AUG 37, NC 7 (30-12-1)

Home

1927

AUG 12, NC 0 (2-2)

NA

 

1973

NC 30, AUG 22 (30-13-1)

Away

1928

AUG 20, NC 0 (3-2)

NA

 

1974

AUG 42, NC 0 (31-13-1)

Home

1929

AUG wins by forfeit (4-2)

NA

 

1975

NC 16, AUG 8 (31-14-1)

Away

1930

NC 32, AUG 0 (4-3)

NA

 

1976

AUG 39, NC 35 (32-14-1)

Home

1931

AUG 2, NC 0 (5-3)

NA

 

1977

NC 13, AUG 3 (32-15-1)

Away

1932

AUG 7, NC 6 (6-3)

NA

 

1978

NC 30, AUG 7 (32-16-1)

Home

1933

AUG 6, NC 6 - tie (6-3-1)

NA

 

1979

AUG 10, NC 7 (33-16-1)

Away

1934

AUG 14, NC 13 (7-3-1)

NA

 

1980

NC 24, AUG 16 (33-17-1)

Home

1935

AUG 12, NC 0 (8-3-1)

NA

 

1981

AUG 27, NC 7 (34-17-1)

Away

1936

NC 7, AUG 0 (8-4-1)

NA

 

1982

AUG 33, NC 6 (35-17-1)

Home

1937

AUG 12, NC 6 (9-4-1)

NA

 

1983

AUG 26, NC 6 (36-17-1)

Away

1938

NC 7, AUG 6 (9-5-1)

NA

 

1984

AUG 28, NC 0 (37-17-1)

Home

1939

AUG 24, NC 7 (10-5-1)

NA

 

1985

AUG 28, NC 0 (38-17-1)

Away

1940

AUG 20, NC 12 (11-5-1)

NA

 

1986

AUG 56, NC 0 (39-17-1)

Home

1941

NC 9, AUG 6 (11-6-1)

NA

 

1987

AUG 28, NC 7 (40-17-1)

Away

1942

AUG 13, NC 7 (12-6-1)

NA

 

1988

AUG 41, NC 6 (41-17-1)

Home

1946

NC 18, AUG 0 (12-7-1)

Away

 

1989

AUG 17, NC 6 (42-17-1)

Away

1948

AUG 14, NC 7 (13-7-1)

Away

 

1990

AUG 37, NC 12 (43-17-1)

Home

1949

AUG 21, NC 7 (14-7-1)

Home

 

1991

AUG 41, NC 0 (44-17-1)

Away

1952

AUG 26, NC 18 (15-7-1)

Away

 

1992

AUG 21, NC 0 (45-17-1)

Away

1953

AUG 26, NC 20 (16-7-1)

Home

 

1993

AUG 59, NC 14 (46-17-1)

Home

1954

AUG 14, NC 13 (17-7-1)

Home

 

1994

AUG 48, NC 0 (47-17-1)

Away

1955

AUG 14, NC 7 (18-7-1)

Home

 

1995

AUG 47, NC 7 (48-17-1)

Home

1956

NC 14, AUG 7 (18-8-1)

Away

 

1996

AUG 39, NC 13 (49-17-1)

Away

1957

NC 26, AUG 0 (18-9-1)

Home

 

1997

AUG 42, NC 14 (50-17-1)

Home

1958

NC 26, AUG 19 (18-10-1)

Away

 

1998

AUG 34, NC 14 (51-17-1)

Away

1959

AUG 23, NC 7 (19-10-1)

Home

 

1999

AUG 40, NC 14 (52-17-1)

Home

1960

AUG 13, NC 7 (20-10-1)

Away

 

2000

AUG 31, NC 8 (53-17-1)

Home

1961

NC 23, AUG 16 (20-11-1)

Home

 

2001

AUG 23, NC 7 (54-17-1)

Away

1962

NC 14, AUG 7 (20-12-1)

Away

 

2002

AUG 65, NC 0 (55-17-1)

Away

1963

AUG 16, NC 13 (21-12-1)

Home

 

2003

AUG 27, NC 7 (56-17-1)

Home

1964

AUG 6, NC 0 (22-12-1)

Away

 

2004

NC 31, AUG 10 (56-18-1)

Away

1965

AUG 33, NC 20 (23-12-1)

Home

 

2005

AUG 20, NC 17 (57-18-1)

Home

1966

AUG 10, NC 7 (24-12-1)

Away

 

2006

NC 27, AUG 0 (57-19-1)

Away

1967

AUG 35, NC 20 (25-12-1)

Home

 

2007

NC 31, AUG 15 (57-20-1)

Home

1968

AUG 47, NC 14 (26-12-1)

Away

 

2008

NC 41, AUG 28 (57-21-1)

Away

1969

AUG 37, NC 13 (27-12-1)

Home

 

2009

NC 45, AUG 26 (57-22-1)

Home

 

LAST YEAR’S GAME: 11/07/09– NORTH CENTRAL 45, AUGUSTANA 26

Despite Lee's record day, Vikings fall

ROCK ISLAND, Ill.Things were looking up for the Augustana Vikings when they took a 20-17 lead with just 30 seconds left in the first half of Saturday’s game against North Central. However, the Cardinals came right back, going 60 yards in just two plays, capped by a back-breaking 46-yard Aaron Fanthorpe to Steve Hlavac touchdown pass with six seconds left in the half to regain the lead, 24-20. North Central went on to ride the huge momentum swing to a 45-26 win.

 The Vikings fell to 5-4 overall and 3-3 in the CCIW despite a school-record 28 completions by quarterback David Lee (Springfield HS, Springfield, Ill.). Lee’s mark surpassed the previous record of 25, set by Ken Anderson against Carroll in 1970.  Eleven of Lee’s completions went to senior Matt Downing (Morton HS, Morton, Ill.), who fell one shy of the school record for receptions in a game. North Central improved to 7-2 overall and 5-1 in conference play.

 The Viking defense got things started on the right foot when Ben Hall (University HS, Normal, Ill.) put a big hit on Hlavac to separate him from the ball on the game’s third play from scrimmage. Augustana linebacker Cody Wickenhauser (Tri-Valley HS, Downs, Ill.) came up with the recovery to give the Vikings possession at the Cardinal 48-yard line.

 Facing a fourth-and-one at the North Central 39, Augustana lined up in punt formation, but when Viking punter Alex Schroeder (Batavia HS, Batavia, Ill.) saw an opening around left end, he sprinted for the sticks and made it with a yard to spare. North Central was penalized 15 yards for a late hit on the play as well, putting the ball at the Cardinal 22. From there the drive stalled, but Augustana’s Ryan Gibbons (Richwoods HS, Peoria, Ill.) gave the Vikings a 3-0 with a 37-yard field goal.

 After forcing a Cardinal three-and-out, the Vikings went back to work, driving from their own 44-yard line to the North Central 25 before the drive again stalled. Gibbons’ 42-yard field goal attempt hit the right upright, but Augustana caught a break when the play was blown dead for delay-of-game. On his second chance, Gibbons’ 47-yarder was on the mark and Augustana led 6-0.

 North Central took a 7-6 lead early in the second quarter when Hlavac got behind the Viking secondary and hauled in a 32-yard Fanthorpe toss in the back left corner of the end zone. On Augustana’s second play of the ensuing possession, Josh McLeod picked off an overthrown Lee pass and returned it 38 yards to Augustana’s 10-yard line. Two plays later Phillip Rossberg broke several tackles on his way to a 14-yard touchdown run, bumping the Cardinals’ advantage to 14-6.

 The Vikings came right back with Lee guiding them on a nine-play, 68-yard drive that was capped by Lee’s two-yard touchdown run on fourth-and-goal. Gibbons’ point after attempt was no good and the score remained 14-12.

 A 27-yard Morgan Sheridan field goal pushed the North Central lead to 17-12 before the Vikings caught a huge break. Forced to punt for the first time with just over a minute-and-a-half left before halftime, Schroeder’s kick was muffed by the Cardinals’ Joe Schneiderbauer. Augustana’s Corbett Ball (Buffalo Grove HS, Arlington Heights, Ill.) made the recovery at the Cardinal 20 and it took the Vikings just four plays to get in the end zone with Lee and Downing connecting on a beautiful fade route for the final eight yards.

 Then came the game’s turning point. Taking over at his own 40-yard line with just 30 seconds left in the half, Fanthorpe connected with Hlavac for 14 yards to the Viking 46 and on the next play, found Hlavac again behind the Viking secondary and in the end zone. Sheridan’s point after gave North Central the 24-20 halftime lead.

 The Cardinals maintained that momentum into the second half, forcing Augustana to punt on its first two possessions and then getting a 3-yard touchdown run by Rossberg to cap a six-play, 75-yard drive. That made the score 31-20 with 1:10 left in the third quarter and North Central pushed the lead to 38-20 when Fanthorpe hit tight end Kyle Fiedorowicz with a 16-yard touchdown pass at the 7:04 mark of the fourth.

 Lee then led Augustana on a 12-play, 83-yard touchdown drive to cut it to 38-26 with 3:31 left. He completed five passes on the drive with the final one going five yards to Downing for the score. The touchdown pass was also Lee’s 26th completion of the game, breaking Anderson’s record.

 After recovering Gibbons’ on-side kick, it took North Central just four plays to go 44 yards for the final nail in the Vikings’ coffin. Pat Malek’s one-yard touchdown run accounted for the final score of 45-26.

 Fanthorpe returned from an injury in last week’s loss to Illinois Wesleyan to have a huge day. He connected on 19-of-24 passes for 320 yards and three touchdowns. Hlavac was on the receiving end seven times for 166 yards and two of the scores. Rossberg carried 16 times for 113 yards and a touchdown as well.

 Lee finished the day with 28 completions in 40 attempts for 257 yards—a new career high for the sophomore. Downing hauled in 11 passes for 135 yards and two touchdowns, leaving him just one off Paul Ander’s school record of 12 receptions set against Luther in 1968. Robert Wood (Rockford Boylan HS, Loves Park, Ill.) ran for 47 yards on 13 carries to lead a Viking rushing attack that produced just 105 yards on the day.

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 76-31 (.710) during his career at Augustana, including a 3-1 mark this year. Overall, he has a mark of 113-44 (.720) 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 53-18 (.746) 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

3

1

.750

1

0

1.000

Augustana

Augustana Totals

76

31

.710

53

18

.746

 

CAREER

113

44

.720

82

28

.745

 

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

3

1

.750

1

0

1.000

 

2-1

1-0

0-0

0-1

3-0

CAREER

76

31

.710

53

18

.746

 

24-12

35-9

17-10

42-12

34-19

% - 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

11

10

1

2000 – L (21-42)

2010 – W (28-24)

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 9 game vs. North 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

 

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 NORTH CENTRAL FOOTBALL TWO DEEP

POS

NO

 

NAME

HT

WT

YR

HOMETOWN

HIGH SCHOOL

OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LT

75

Conor

Oenning

6-3

280

Jr

Park Ridge, Illinois

Maine South

72

Jace

Werkheiser

6-6

300

Fr

Freeport, Illinois

Freeport/Northern Illinois Univ.

LG

63

Jeremy

Shaub

6-2

270

Sr

Lockport, Illinois

Lockport

 

74

Antonio

Miranda

6-1

305

So

Cicero, Illinois

Nazareth Academy/St. Ambrose Univ.

C

52

Nick

Capristo

6-0

266

Jr

Aurora, Illinois

Waubonsie Valley

 

68

Nick

Iossi

5-11

252

Jr

Carol Stream, Illinois

Glenbard North

RG

73

Kyle

Antos

6-1

272

Sr

Warrenville, Illinois

Wheaton Warrenville South

 

69

Joe

Guenther

6-0

282

So

Shorewood, Illinois

Joliet Catholic

RT

57

Will

Thrun

6-4

280

Jr

Batavia, Illinois

Batavia/UW-Platteville

 

59

Greg

Whalen

6-6

230

Fr

Algonquin, Illinois

Marian Central Catholic

TE

46

Jeff

Grunwald

6-3

240

Sr

Tinley Park, Illinois

Lincoln-Way East

 

89

Kyle

Fiedorowicz

6-7

271

Sr

Johnsburg, Illinois

Johnsburg

WR

2

Andy

Stuursma

6-3

204

So

Frankfort, Illinois

Chicago Christian

9

Manny

Juarez

6-1

190

Jr

Aurora, Illinois

Marmion Academy

WR

20

Joe

Antonacci

5-11

185

Jr

Naperville, Illinois

Neuqua Valley/Drake Univ.

 

1

Nick

Hicks

5-10

180

Sr

Pembroke Pines, Florida

American Heritage

WR

14

Steve

Hlavac

5-10

187

Sr

Naperville, Illinois

Naperville North

 

84

Tom

McGinnis

6-4

208

Sr

Orland Hills, Illinois

Andrew

RB

4

Jordan

Tassio

6-1

214

So

Naperville, Illinois

Naperville North/Western Illinois

 

32

Nick

Kukuc

5-11

193

So

Naperville, Illinois

Naperville Central

QB

12

Brad

Crackel

6-4

215

Jr

Oswego, Illinois

Oswego East/Western Michigan

 

6

Spencer

Stanek

6-0

173

So

Mokena, Illinois

Lincoln-Way East

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEFENSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DE

48

Jim

Clendenning

6-1

234

Jr

Orland Hills, Illinois

Sandburg

 

66

Chris

Staton

6-1

200

So

Ingleside, Illinois

Grant Community

DT

98

Peter

Bulandr

6-3

265

Jr

Long Grove, Illinois

Stevenson

 

93

Jorge

Arellano

6-0

239

Jr

Melrose Park, Illinois

West Leyden

DE

47

Willie

Hayes

5-11

225

Jr

Lemont, Illinois

Lemont

 

8

Valente

Garza

6-0

232

Sr

Winfield, Illinois

Wheaton North/Coll. of DuPage

LB

11

Joe

Schneiderbauer

5-11

206

Sr

Sterling, Illinois

Sterling

 

39

Tharryn

Wright

6-1

212

Fr

Batavia, Illinois

Batavia/Ball State

LB

58

Joey

Michals

6-2

215

So

Frankfort, Illinois

Providence Catholic

 

41

Jim

Bardusk

6-1

208

Jr

Midlothian, Illinois

Oak Forest

LB

40

Matt

Wenger

6-0

225

Sr

Davis, Illinois

Dakota

 

44

Kane

Thompson

6-1

215

Sr

Aledo, Illinois

Aledo

LB

18

Scott

Skuteris

5-11

209

Jr

Elmhurst, Illinois

York

 

30

Mike

Giaquinto

6-0

195

Jr

Port Murray, N.J.

Warren Hills

CB

22

Scott

Hogan

5-11

177

Sr

Plainfield, Illinois

Plainfield Central

 

26

Kyle

Haste

5-10

180

Jr

Princeville, Illinois

Dunlap/Illinois Central CC

CB

31

Stewart

Charles

6-1

193

Jr

Batavia, Illinois

Batavia

 

25

Shane

Dierking

5-9

164

Fr

Wheaton, Illinois

Wheaton Warrenville South

FS

17

Josh

McLeod

6-1

195

Jr

Lisle, Illinois

Lisle/Truman State Univ.

 

15

Trey

Hartema

6-1

185

Fr

Bloomington, Illinois

Normal West

SS

5

Derek

Sulo

5-11

201

Sr

Oak Forest, Illinois

Mt. Carmel

 

19

Alex

Pirela

5-10

201

So

West Chicago, Illinois

West Chicago

 

 

SPECIALIST

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PK

35

Kevin

Looff

6-4

185

Fr

Barrington, Illinois

Lake Zurich

13

Nick

Dace

6-2

168

Fr

Freeport, Illinois

Freeport

P

36

Shaun

Wild

6-4

215

Sr

Brown Deer, Wisconsin

Brown Deer/Northern Illinois Univ.

4

Jordan

Tassio

6-1

214

So

Naperville, Illinois

Naperville North/Western Illinois Univ.

KR

20

Joe

Antonacci

5-11

185

Jr

Naperville, Illinois

Neuqua Valley/Drake Univ.

32

Nick

Kukuc

5-11

193

So

Naperville, Illinois

Naperville Central

PR

20

Joe

Antonacci

5-11

185

Jr

Naperville, Illinois

Neuqua Valley/Drake Univ.

80

Jack

Schroeder

6-0

190

Jr

Orland Park, Illinois

Sandburg

H

12

Brad

Crackel

6-4

215

Jr

Oswego, Illinois

Oswego East/Western Michigan Univ.

36

Shaun

Wild

6-4

215

Sr

Brown Deer, Wisconsin

Brown Deer/Northern Illinois Univ.

LS

60

Stephen

Heap

6-0

283

So

Braidwood, Illinois

Reed Custer

12

Brad

Crackel

6-4

215

Jr

Oswego, Illinois

Oswego East/Western Michigan Univ.

 

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

 

12 – Robert Wood

Millikin

10/02/10

Most Points Kicking

4 – Arnie Fitzwater

Greenville

09/03/10

 

4 – Arnie Fitzwater

Millikin

10/02/10

Most Touchdowns

2 – Zach McCullough

Greenville

09/03/10

 

2 – Zach McCullough

Central

09/11/10

 

2 – Robert Wood

Adrian

09/18/10

 

2 – Robert Wood

Millikin

10/02/10

Most Extra Points

4 – Arnie Fitzwater

Greenville

09/03/10

 

4 – Arnie Fitzwater

Millikin

10/02/10

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

25 – Robert Wood

Millikin

10/02/10

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

 

28

Millikin

10/02/10

Most Touchdowns

4

Greenville

09/03/10

 

4

Millikin

10/02/10

Most Total Yards

467 (136 rushing & 331 passing)

Greenville

09/03/10

Most Yards Rushing

196

Millikin

10/02/10

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

25

Millikin

10/02/10

Most First Downs Rushing

13

Millikin

10/02/10

Most First Downs Passing

13

Central

09/11/10

Most First Downs Penalty

2

Millikin

10/02/10

Most Rushes

51

Adrian

09/18/10

Most Plays

77

Millikin

10/02/10

 

 

 

 

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

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

46

Millikin

10/02/10

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