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October 26, 2011

2011 Season - Augustana vs. Wheaton Preview

Sophomore linebacker Erik Westerberg, who leads the nation with an average of 8.29 solo tackles per game, and the rest of the Vikings will be looking knock off Wheaton on the road this Saturday.

ROCK ISLAND, Ill. - Big plays, something that had been missing from Augustana's offense through the first six games, played a big role Saturday as the Vikings claimed a 27-24 Homecoming win over North Park at Ericson Field. The win evened the team's record in CCIW play at 2-2. Now 2-5 overall this season, Augustana will hit the road for Wheaton, Illinois and a matchup against the Wheaton Thunder on Saturday, October 29 at 1:00 p.m.

 This past Saturday against North Park, Augustana recorded its four longest plays from scrimmage this year, two of which went for scores. Trailing 17-14 late in the third quarter, senior quarterback David Lee (Springfield HS, Springfield, Ill.) connected with Keith Abbey (Rich East, Park Forest, Ill.) over the middle. The senior tight end crossed the field and beat the North Park secondary down the sideline and into the end zone for a 61-yard go-ahead touchdown. Minutes later, Lee found sophomore Nick Krantz (Moline HS, Moline, Ill.) along the right sideline. After making a nice adjustment on the catch at midfield, Krantz took it the rest of the way for an 80-yard touchdown. Freshman Antonio Owens (Naperville North HS, Naperville, Ill.) and senior A.J. Hoger (Cary-Grove HS, Cary, Ill.) had runs of 40 and 38 yards, respectively, in the first half, which also rank among the Vikings longest plays from scrimmage this season.

 Not only did the win highlight Homecoming weekend at Augustana, the game was also designated a "Gold Out," with fans encouraged to wear gold. Coach Rob Cushman's players were included as well, with the Vikings donning gold jerseys for the first time since a 1983 playoff win over Adrian.

 Sophomore linebacker Erik Westerberg (York HS, Elmhurst, Ill.) recorded 14 total tackles and 13 solo stops against North Park and now has 76 and 58, respectively, this season. He leads the CCIW in both categories. The 58 solo tackles are 21 more than anyone else in the conference and his average of 8.29 per game leads the nation at the NCAA Division III level. Senior defensive end Shane Holl (Batavia HS, North Aurora, Ill.) is the team's second-leading tackler with 38. Senior defensive end Pete Schimeck (Benet Academy, Naperville, Ill.) is tied for the team lead with four tackles for loss and three sacks. Senior linebacker Danny Hess (Naperville North HS, Naperville, Ill.) also has four TFL's and junior linebacker Joe Weber (Marmion Academy, South Elgin, Ill.) has recorded three sacks as well. Senior Ben Hall (University HS, Normal, Ill.) and freshman Bo Goshorn (Romeoville HS, Romeoville, Ill.) are tied for the team lead with two interceptions and Hall has also recovered one fumble for a team-high three takeaways.

 On offense, Lee has connected on 110 of 192 (.573) passes for 1,151 yards this season. He's thrown for six touchdowns and has been intercepted six times. Junior Brett McWilliams (Hononegah HS, Roscoe, Ill.) continues to lead the Vikings in rushing with 314 yards (3.9 yards per carry) and five touchdowns. Hoger (156-5.4-0), Lee (149-3.1-2) and Owens (129-4.8-0) are next among ground gainers. Krantz, with 20 catches for 280 yards and three touchdowns, is the team's leading receiver, followed by Abbey (17-188-2) and senior Zachary McCullough (St. Charles North HS, St. Charles, Ill.) (16-195-0).

 The Vikings face a tall task, but a great opportunity, in facing Wheaton on its home turf. The Thunder are 6-1 this season and 3-1 in the CCIW. A Viking win would tie them with Wheaton in the conference standings.

 Behind senior quarterback Garrett Meador, coach Mike Swider's Thunder leads the CCIW in passing offense with an average of 277.6 yards per game. Meador leads the conference in passing yards, pass efficiency and total offense. He's completed 150 of 230 (.652) passes for 1,852 yards and 18 touchdowns, while being intercepted just four times. His top targets have been the CCIW's leading receiver, senior Teddy Watkins, who has 41 catches for 490 yards and four touchdowns, as well as freshman Mark Hiben (28-443-6) and sophomore Justin Zeller (27-348-3). All three rank among the league's top five in receptions. Swider's son Justin, a sophomore, has carried 56 times for 337 yards (6.0 yards per carry) and three touchdowns to lead the team in rushing.

 On defense, Wheaton returns four players who received All-CCIW recognition a year ago. Senior defensive end J.D. East, a first team all-conference selection in 2010, leads the league with three fumble recoveries this year and is tied for the team lead with five sacks. Senior linebacker Jordan Chapman leads the Thunder with 34 tackles this year. He was a second team All-CCIW pick a year ago along with fellow seniors free safety Brian McMullen and defensive end Robert Ramsay. Ramsey leads the Thunder with 5½ tackles for loss. Senior cornerback Jordan Langs leads Wheaton with three interceptions.

 Thunder senior placekicker Scott Roche has converted a CCIW-best 12 field goals in 15 attempts this season, including a long of 49 yards. Watkins leads the conference with an average of 26.3 yards per kickoff return.

AUGUSTANA-WHEATON SERIES: Augustana leads this series 29-24-2 but the Thunder has won the last four meetings and nine of the last 11. Wheaton led this series 9-2-2 after a 14-13 win in 1968 but Augustana won 22 of 26 games between 1968 and 1994. Seven of the last 10 contests have been decided in the game's final minute. 

YEAR

SCORING (Running Record)

SITE

  

YEAR

SCORING (Running Record)

SITE

1924

AUG 3, WHE 0 (1-0)

NA

 

1984

AUG 45, WHE 14 (15-12-2)

Home

1925

AUG 21, WHE 0 (2-0)

NA

 

1985

AUG 26, WHE 14 (16-12-2)

Away

1929

AUG 6, WHE 6- tie (2-0-1)

NA

 

1986

AUG 18, WHE 17 (17-12-2)

Home

1948

WHE 13, AUG 0 (2-1-1)

Home

 

1987

AUG 28, WHE 6 (18-12-2)

Away

1952

WHE 47, AUG 6 (2-2-1)

Away

 

1988

AUG 30, WHE 13 (19-12-2)

Home

1954

WHE 46, AUG 6 (2-3-1)

Home

 

1989

AUG 24, WHE 20 (20-12-2)

Away

1955

WHE 26, AUG 0 (2-4-1)

Away

 

1990

AUG 24, WHE 7 ( 21-12-2)

Home

1956

WHE 33, AUG 12 (2-5-1)

Home

 

1991

WHE 42, AUG 19 (21-13-2)

Away

1957

WHE 44, AUG 6 (2-6-1)

Away

 

1992

AUG 20, WHE 15 (22-13-2)

Home

1958

WHE 67, AUG 12 (2-7-1)

Home

 

1993

AUG 14, WHE 6 (23-13-2)

Away

1959

WHE 33, AUG 13 (2-8-1)

Away

 

1994

AUG 26, WHE 21 (24-13-2)

Home

1960

AUG 19, WHE 19 tie (2-8-2)

Home

 

1995

WHE 35, AUG 27 (25-14-2

Away

1968

WHE 14. AUG 13 (2-9-2)

Away

 

1996

WHE 16, AUG 12 (24-15-2)

Home

1969

AUG 28, WHE 0 (3-9-2)

Home

 

1997

AUG 21, WHE 16 (25-15-2

Away

1970

AUG 10, WHE 7 (4-9-2)

Home

 

1998

AUG 34, WHE 21 (26-15-2)

Home

1971

AUG 42, WHE 23 (5-9-2)

Away

 

1999

AUG 31, WHEA 19 (27-15-2)

Away

1972

AUG 23, WHE 6 (6-9-2)

Home

 

2000

WHE 37, AUG 30 (27-16-2)

Home

1973

AUG 23, WHE 14 (7-9-2)

Away

 

2001

WHE 34, AUG 32 (27-17-2)

Away

1974

AUG 34, WHE 19 (8-9-2)

Home

 

2002

WHE 38, AUG 14 (27-18-2)

Away

1975

WHE 37, AUG 35 (8-10-2-)

Away

 

2003

WHE 28, AUG 27 (27-19-2)

Home

1976

AUG 26, WHE 7 (9-10-2)

Home

 

2004

WHE 39, AUG 38 (27-20-2)

Home

1977

WHE 34, AUG 29 (9-11-2)

Away

 

2005

AUG 28, WHE 7 (28-20-2)

Away

1978

WHE 27, AUG 3 (9-12-2)

Home

 

2006

AUG 17, WHE 14 (29-20-2)

Home

1979

AUG 14, WHE 10 (10-12-2)

Away

 

2007

WHE 28, AUG 24 (29-21-2)

Away

1980

AUG 20, WHE (11-12-2)

Home

 

2008

WHE 26, AUG 14 (29-22-2)

Home

1981

AUG 17, WHE 7 (12-12-2)

Away

 

2009

WHE 24, AUG 17 (29-23-2)

Away

1982

AUG 37, WHE 0 (13-12-2)

Home

 

2010

WHE 20, AUG 14 (29-24-2)

Home

1983

AUG 47, WHE 12 (14-12-2)

Away

 

 

 

 

 

2011 AUGUSTANA VIKINGS FOOTBALL SCHEDULE/RESULTS

DATE

OPPONENT

SITE

SCORE/TIME

September 1

Dubuque

HOME

L, 13-18

September 10

Central of Iowa

Pella, Iowa

L, 23-31

September 17

Adrian

HOME

L, 14-17

October 1

*Millikin (Family Weekend)

HOME

L, 27-30

October 8

*North Central

Naperville, Illinois

L, 3-24

October 15

*Carthage

HOME

W, 19-13

October 22

*North Park (Homecoming)

HOME

W, 27-24

October 29

*Wheaton

Wheaton, Illinois

1:00 p.m.

November 5

*Elmhurst

HOME

1:00 p.m.

November 12

*Illinois Wesleyan

Bloomington, Illinois

1:00 p.m.

* - College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin game

  

2011 CCIW STANDINGS

School

CCIW

Overall

North Central

4-0

6-1

Illinois Wesleyan

3-1

6-1

Wheaton

3-1

6-1

Elmhurst

2-2

4-3

AUGUSTANA

2-2

2-5

Carthage

1-3

4-3

Millikin

1-3

3-4

North Park

0-4

3-4

         

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

 

 

 

October 22, 2011

AUGUSTANA 27, North Park 24

North Central 24, Illinois Wesleyan 0

Wheaton 31, Carthage 7

Elmhurst 43, Millikin 36

  

October 29, 2011

AUGUSTANA at Wheaton                        1:00 p.m.

Illinois Wesleyan at Millikin                     1:00 p.m.

Carthage at North Park                           1:00 p.m.

Elmhurst at North Central                        7:00 p.m.

 

HEAD COACH ROB CUSHMAN

Rob Cushman is in his first season as the head coach of the Augustana football program. He has spent the previous three seasons serving as the Viking defensive coordinator. His coaching career began at Cal State-Chico in 1979. His first head coaching position was at Eastern Oregon University in La Grande, Oregon, where he spent five seasons before being named the first head coach at Feather River College in Quincy, California in 2002. He led the fledgling program to a 34-21 (.618) record in five seasons, reaching a post-season bowl game each year. He served as special teams coordinator and defensive backs coach at Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York in 2007, prior to coming to Augustana.

 

CUSHMAN'S RECORD AS HEAD COACH

                                                OVERALL                               CONFERENCE

YEAR

WON

LOSS

PCT

WON

LOSS

PCT

SCHOOL

1997

4

6

.400

 

 

 

Eastern Oregon

1998

6

4

.600

 

 

 

Eastern Oregon

1999

5

5

.500

 

 

 

Eastern Oregon

2000

2

8

.200

 

 

 

Eastern Oregon

2001

1

8

.111

 

 

 

Eastern Oregon

Eastern Oregon Totals

18

31

.367

 

 

 

 

2002

6

5

.545

 

 

 

Feather River

2003

9

2

.818

 

 

 

Feather River

2004

6

5

.545

 

 

 

Feather River

2005

7

4

.636

 

 

 

Feather River

2006

6

5

.545

 

 

 

Feather River

Feather River Totals

34

21

.618

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin

2011

2

5

.286

2

2

.500

Augustana

Augustana Totals

2

5

.286

2

2

.500

 

CAREER

54

57

.486

 

 

 

 

 

ROB CUSHMAN BY THE NUMBERS: Here is a closer look at Rob Cushman's record at Augustana College. 

 

OVERALL

 

 

CCIW

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

YR

W

L

PCT

W

L

PCT

FINISH

SEP

OCT

NOV

H

A

2011

2

5

.286

2

2

.500

 

0-3

2-2

0-0

2-3

0-2

CAREER

2

5

.286

2

2

.500

 

0-3

2-2

0-0

2-3

0-2

 

CUSHMAN AGAINST THE OPPOSITION

TEAM

GAMES

W

L

FIRST MEETING

LAST MEETING

Adrian

1

0

1

2011 - L (14-17)

 

Carthage

1

1

0

2011 - W (19-13)

 

Central of Iowa

1

0

1

2011 - L (23-31)

 

Dubuque

1

0

1

2011 - L (13-18)

 

Elmhurst

0

0

0

2011

 

Illinois Wesleyan

0

0

0

2011

 

Millikin

1

0

1

2011 - L (27-30)

 

North Central

1

0

1

2011 - L (3-24)

 

North Park

1

1

0

2011 - W (27-24)

 

Wheaton

0

0

0

2011

 

  

2011 AUGUSTANA FOOTBALL TWO DEEP 

Prior to October 29 vs. Wheaton

POS

NO

NAME

HT

WT

YR

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOO

HIGH SCHOOL

OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

WR

88

Nick Krantz

6-1

195

So

Moline, Ill./HS

81

Jason Wagner

6-1

200

Sr

Elgin, Ill./Burlington Central

WR

2

A.J. Hoger

5-7

160

Sr

Cary, Ill./Cary-Grove

  

8

Antonio Owens

5-9

180

Fr

Naperville, Ill./North

TE

35

Jack Gilleland

6-1

220

Sr

McHenry, Ill./Marian Catholic

89

Keith Abbey

6-4

225

Sr

Park Forest, Ill./Rich East

  

86

Marty Resner

6-2

220

Jr

Montgomery, Ill./Oswego

OT

72

Mike Kautz

6-4

240

Jr

East Moline, Ill. /Alleman

  

73

Rej Hoxha

6-5

250

Fr

Niles, Ill/North

OG

74

Derek King

6-1

285

Jr

New Boston, Ill./Westmer

63

Trace Wingo

6-2

275

So

Crystal Lake, Ill. /South

OC

61

Kelly Clennon

6-2

260

Sr

Naperville, Ill./Joliet Catholic

  

62

Eric Dratnol

6-0

250

So

Montgomery, Ill./Kaneland

OG

64

Adam Lang

6-2

260

Sr

Rock Island, Ill./Rock Island

59

Alex Anderson

6-2

255

Fr

Geneseo, Ill./HS

OT

56

Anthony Roome

6-2

275

Fr

Geneseo, Ill./HS

  

75

Dan Gregg

6-2

280

So

Prospect Heights, Ill./Hersey

WR

12

Zachary McCullough

6-1

185

Sr

St. Charles, Ill./North

  

17

Torre Harrell

6-1

165

Fr

Bloomington, Ill./Bloomington

QB

15

David Lee

6-3

219

Sr

Springfield, Ill./Springfield

  

10

Nick Welch

6-3

200

Jr

Oswego, Ill./Oswego

RB

32

Brett McWilliams

6-1

217

Jr

Roscoe, Ill./Hononegah

  

29

Eric Chandler

5-9

212

So

Cary, Ill./Cary-Grove

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEFENSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

OLB

30

Danny Hess

5-7

170

Sr

Naperville, Ill./ North

  

25

Mitch McGilliard

6-0

200

Sr

Naperville, Ill./Neuqua Valley

DE

49

Shane Holl

6-2

245

Sr

North Aurora, Ill./Batavia

  

98

Mike Matthiesen

6-3

247

Sr

Cary, Ill./Cary-Grove

NT

99

Carl Hartweg

6-3

235

So

Carthage, Ill./Illini West

  

52

Kyle Voda

6-1

255

So

Plainfield, Ill./South

DE

38

Luke Anderson

6-5

230

Jr

Lemont, Ill./HS

  

44

Pete Schimeck

6-1

245

Sr

Naperville, Ill./Benet Academy

ILB

41

Erik Westerberg

6-3

211

So

Elmhurst, Ill./York

  

47

John Draminski

6-0

215

Jr

Kewanee, Ill. /Wethersfield

ILB

45

Joe Weber

6-2

240

Jr

South Elgin, Ill./Marmion Academy

51

Andrew O'Reilly

6-0

210

Jr

Elgin, Ill./Driscoll Catholic

ILB

58

Cody Wickenhauser

6-3

210

Sr

Downs, Ill./Tri-Valley

  

39

Dylan Smith

5-11

195

So

Yorkville, Ill./Aurora Christian

SS

3

Rob Mago

5-9

175

Jr

Cary, Ill./Cary-Grove

  

42

Mike O'Donoghue

6-1

195

So

Mundelein, Ill./Mundelein

CB

7

Sean Walker

5-9

160

So

Annawan, Ill./Annawan

  

21

Tim O'Shea

6-0

197

Sr

Glen Ellyn, Ill./Glenbard South

CB

11

Ben Hall

6-0

205

Sr

Normal, Ill./University

28

Mack Gray

5-7

175

Sr

Chicago, Ill./Simeon

FS

31

Bo Goshorn

6-2

180

Fr

Romeoville, Ill./Romeoville

  

23

Tim Maroder

6-0

195

Fr

Elgin, Ill./Burlington Central

  

 

SPECIALIST

 

 

 

 

 

 

KICKER

16

Brady Rogers

5-11

165

Fr

Aurora, Colo./Cherokee Trail

PUNTER

33

Arnie Fitzwater

6-2

190

Jr

Watertown, Wis./Watertown

PUNT RETURN

2

A.J. Hoger

5-7

160

Sr

Cary, Ill./Cary-Grove

1

Armin Batang

5-10

165

Fr

Northbrook, Ill./Glenbrook North

KICK RETURN

1

Armin Batang

5-10

165

Fr

Northbrook, Ill./Glenbrook North

8

Antonio Owens

5-9

180

Fr

Naperville, Ill./Naperville North

SNAPPER

86

Marty Resner

6-2

220

Jr

Montgomery, Ill./Oswego

HOLDER

30

Danny Hess

5-7

170

Sr

Naperville, Ill./North

  

2011 WHEATON FOOTBALL TWO DEEP

Prior to October 29

POS

NO

NAME

HT

WT

YR

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL

HIGH SCHOOL

OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

WR

12

Justin Zeller

6-1

210

Sr.

Indianapolis, Ind./North Central

83

Morgan Cook

6-3

217

Jr.

Fishers, Ind./Heritage Christian

LT

70

Nolan Randall

6-3

250

So.

Naperville, Ill./Naperville North

  

59

Matt Dumond

6-4

300

Jr.

Sapulpa, Okla./Victory Christian

LG

59

Matt Dumond

6-4

300

Jr.

Sapulpa, Okla./Victory Christian

63

Bradley Hahn

6-2

300

So.

Rives, Tenn./Westview

C

55

Spencer Clark

5-11

216

Fr.

Waycross, Ga./Ware County

  

62

Carson Gray

6-1

258

So.

Westfi eld, Ind./Westfi eld

RG

72

Charlie Bell

6-1

283

Jr.

North Aurora, Ill./Geneva

62

Carson Gray

6-1

258

So.

Westfi eld, Ind./Westfi eld

RT

75

Jesse Peterson

6-5

282

Jr.

Grand Rapids, Mich./Grand Rapids Christian

  

69

Sam Caldwell

6-2

268

Fr.

Newark, Ill./Sandwich

TE

40

JJ Clark

6-3

233

Sr.

Sammamish, Wash./Eastlake

81

Hunter Thorson

6-6

240

So.

Wheaton, Ill./Wheaton North

WR

1

Teddy Watkins

5-10

187

Sr.

Washington, Mo./St. Francis Borgia Regional

  

4

Mark Hiben

6-4

197

Fr.

Glen Ellyn, Ill./Glenbard West

QB

15

Garrett Meador

6-2

205

Sr.

Fishers, Ind./Heritage Christian

  

6

Griffi n Kuhn

6-1

188

Jr.

Roland, Ark./Little Rock Christian Academy

FB

17

Davis Skinner

6-1

225

Jr.

Jacksonville, Fla./The Bolles School

  

30

Brannen Dorman

5-9

202

Sr.

Sebring, Fla./Sebring

TB

2

Justin Swider

6-0

190

So.

Wheaton, Ill./Wheaton North

  

34

Jesse Geary

5-10

220

Fr.

Highlands Ranch, Colo./Mountain Vista

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEFENSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

DE

57

JD East

6-1

252

Sr.

Indianapolis, Ind./North Central

  

95

Grant Tallon

6-3

230

Sr.

Branson, Mo./Branson

DT

77

Brandon Dykstra

6-3

323

So.

Hudsonville, Mich./Unity Christian

  

90

Sam Weatherred

5-10

250

So.

Wheaton, Ill./Wheaton North

DE

33

Robert Ramsay

6-2

236

Sr.

Fredericksburg, Texas/Fredericksburg Heritage

  

98

David Seamon

6-4

245

Sr.

Cypress, Texas/Coral Springs Academy (Fla.)

OLB

10

Richard Jacobson

6-2

212

Sr.

Tucson, Ariz./Catalina Foothills

  

53

Jordan Higgins

6-0

211

So.

Mendon, Mich./Mendon

ILB

31

Austin Driggers

5-9

185

Sr.

Abilene, Texas/Cooper

  

51

Pat Dansdill

6-2

222

Jr.

Wheaton, Ill./Wheaton-Warrenville South

ILB

47

Jordan Chapman

5-10

210

Sr.

Indianapolis, Ind./Carmel

41

Brett Anderson

6-3

230

So.

Bloomington, Ill./Normal Community

OLB

56

Sam VanHeest

6-2

220

Jr.

Grand Haven, Mich./Grand Haven

  

52

Ben Johnson

5-7

190

Jr.

Puyallup, Wash./Cascade Christian

CB

23

Micah Markley

5-8

170

Sr.

Marion, Ill./Marion

  

7

C.J. Nightingale

5-10

165

So.

Colon, Mich./Mendon

FS

18

Brian McMullen

6-3

210

Sr.

Oceanside, Calif./Vista

  

5

Garrett Cook

6-0

202

Jr.

Warrenville, Ill./Wheaton-Warrenville South

SS

11

Jordan Langs

5-11

210

Sr.

Climax, Mich./Climax-Scotts

  

21

Tony Vargyas

6-0

200

So.

St. Charles, Ill./Saint Francis

CB

24

Oskar Cadena

5-10

180

So.

Keller, Texas/Keller

  

20

Matt McReynolds

5-10

180

Sr.

Pflugerville, Texas/Pflugerville

  

 

SPECIALIST

 

 

 

 

 

 

K

35

Scott Roche

5-9

200

Sr.

Evergreen, Colo./Faith Christian

P

49

Sam Cote

5-11

190

Fr.

Wheaton, Ill./Wheaton Academy

LS

57

JD East

6-1

252

Sr.

Indianapolis, Ind./North Central

H

1

Teddy Watkins

5-10

187

Sr.

Washington, Mo./St. Francis Borgia Regional

PR

23

Micah Markley

5-8

170

Sr.

Marion, Ill./Marion

1

Teddy Watkins

5-10

187

Sr.

Washington, Mo./St. Francis Borgia Regional

KR

23

Micah Markley

5-8

170

Sr.

Marion, Ill./Marion

1

Teddy Watkins

5-10

187

Sr.

Washington, Mo./St. Francis Borgia Regional

  

2011 AUGUSTANA VIKINGS STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS  

CATEGORY

NUMBER

OPPONENT

DATE

Individual Offense

 

 

 

Most Points

12 - Brett McWilliams

Adrian

09/17/11

 

12 - Brett McWilliams

Millikin

10/01/11

Most Points Kicking

5 - Brady Rogers

Central

09/10/11

 

5 - Brady Rogers

Carthage

10/15/11

Most Touchdowns

2 - Brett McWilliams

Adrian

09/17/11

 

2 - Brett Williams

Millikin

10/01/11

Most Extra Points

3 - Brady Rogers

Millikin

10/01/11

 

3 - Brady Rogers

North Park

10/22/11

Most Yards Total Offense

319 (20 rushing & 299 passing) - David Lee

Central

09/10/11

Most Yards Rushing

105 - Brett McWilliams

Adrian

09/17/11

Most Rushing Attempts

22 - Brett McWilliams

Adrian

09/17/11

Most Yards Passing

299 - David Lee

Central

09/10/11

Most Pass Attempts

41 - David Lee

Central

09/10/11

Most Pass Completions

25 - David Lee

Central

09/10/11

Most Yards Receiving

102 - Nick Krantz

Central

09/10/11

Most Pass Receptions

8 - Nick Krantz

Central

09/10/11

 

 

 

 

Team Offense

 

 

 

Most Points

27

Millikin

10/01/11

 

27

North Park

10/22/11

Most Touchdowns

4

Millikin

10/01/11

 

4

North Park

10/22/11

Most Total Yards

416 (117 rushing & 299 passing)

Central

09/10/11

Most Yards Rushing

169

North Park

10/22/11

Most Yards Passing

299

Central

09/10/11

Most Passing Attempts

41

Central

09/10/11

Most Completions

25

Central

09/10/11

Most First Downs Total

24 (8 rushing, 14 passing, 2 penalty)

Central

09/10/11

Most First Downs Rushing

10

Dubuque

09/01/11

 

10

Adrian

09/17/11

Most First Downs Passing

14

Central

09/10/11

Most First Downs Penalty

3

Adrian

09/17/11

Most Rushes

43

Adrian

09/17/11

 

43

Millikin

10/01/11

Most Plays

72

Central

09/10/11

 

 

 

 

Individual Defense

 

 

 

Most Total Tackles

14 - Erik Westerberg

Central

09/10/11

 

14 - Erik Westerberg

North Park

10/22/11

Most Solo Tackles

13 - Erik Westerberg

North Park

10/22/11

Most Assisted Tackles

7 - Erik Westerberg

Central

09/10/11

Most Interceptions

1 - Bo Goshorn,  Ben Hall

Millikin

10/01/11

 

1 - Bo Goshorn,  Ben Hall

Carthage

10/15/11

 

1 - Sean Walker

North Park

10/22/11

Most Fumble Recoveries

1 - Done five times

 

 

Most Quarterback Sacks

2.0 - Pete Schimeck

Adrian

09/17/11

 

2.0 - Matt Franzen

Carthage

10/15/11

Most Tackles for Loss

3.0 - Danny Hess

Central

09/10/11

 

 

 

 

Team Defense

 

 

 

Fewest Points

13

Carthage

10/15/11

Fewest Plays

64

Dubuque

09/01/11

Fewest Rushing Attempts

29

Adrian

09/17/11

Fewest Total Yards

289 (47 rushing & 242 passing)

Adrian

09/17/11

Fewest Rushing Yards

47

Adrian

09/17/11

Fewest Passing Yards

55

North Park

10/22/11

Fewest Pass Completions

3

North Park

10/22/11

Most Interceptions

2

Millikin

10/01/11

 

2

Carthage

10/15/11

Most Fumble Recoveries

3

Adrian

09/17/11

Fewest Total First Downs

15 (5 rushing, 9 passing, 1 penalty)

Adrian

09/17/11

Fewest Rushing First Downs

5

Adrian

09/17/11

Fewest Passing First Downs

3

North Park

10/22/11

Fewest Penalty First Downs

0

Dubuque

09/01/11