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October 19, 2012

Augustana vs. North Park Preview

Sophomore free saftey Bo Goshorn returns an interception in last week's 24-14 Homecoming win over Millikin. The Vikings go on the road to face North Park this Saturday.

ROCK ISLAND, Ill. - Behind a stout defensive effort and a pair of clock-eating second half drives, Augustana rallied from a 14-0 first-quarter deficit this past Saturday to defeat Millikin 24-14 on Homecoming at Ericson Field. Now 2-4 overall and 1-2 in the CCIW, coach Rob Cushman's Vikings will try to make it two in a row this Saturday when they travel to North Park for a 1:00 p.m. contest.

Midway through the first quarter of Saturday's Homecoming contest, the visitors had a 14-0 lead and were looking at a short field with a chance to go up three scores. However, a bad handoff resulted in a Sean McIntyre (Genoa-Kingston HS, Genoa, Ill.) fumble recovery, which turned the tide in Augustana's favor. The Vikings cut the lead in half with a 21-yard Eric Chandler (Cary-Grove HS, Cary, Ill.) to Torre Harrell (Bloomington HS, Bloomington, Ill.) halfback option pass and when freshman defensive end Brandon Stiers scooped up a botched Big Blue punt and returned it 32 yards for the tying score, the momentum had shifted completely to the home team's side. A 20-yard Brady Rogers (Cherokee Trail HS, Parker, Colo.) field goal gave Augustana a 17-14 halftime lead.

The second half was punctuated by two tremendous fourth-down stops by the defense and an amazing 23-play, 87-yard touchdown drive which ate 13:26 off the clock and gave Augustana a two-score lead. The Viking defense allowed just 50 total yards and three first downs in the second half and the offense controlled the ball for 22:19 of the 30 minutes.

Augustana will be facing a North Park team that's currently 1-5 overall and 0-3 in the league. Quarterback Tyler Krebs, who leads the team's triple-option attack, has missed the past two games with injuries. He is the team's leading rusher with 398 yards and three touchdowns on 71 carries and has completed 27 of 47 (57.4 percent) pass attempts for 336 yards and six touchdowns with three interceptions. Fullback Matt Hassan, a second team All-CCIW pick a year ago, has rushed for 295 yards and two touchdowns on 75 carries and slot back Chris Broadway averages over seven yards per carry.

The North Park defense has allowed 37.7 points and 420.5 total yards per game. Opponents are averaging 208.5 rushing yards per contest and 5.7 per carry and have completed 62.6 percent of their pass attempts for an average of 212.0 yards per game. Safety Andrew Saltzman was a second team All-CCIW pick in 2011.

Chandler and senior Brett McWilliams have been an effective duo at halfback for Augustana. Chandler leads the team with 350 yards on 57 carries (6.1 per carry) and McWilliams is right behind with 341 on 42 carries (8.1 per attempt). Each has scored two touchdowns. Welch has completed 65 of 115 pass attempts (56.5 percent) for 885 yards and six touchdowns. He's been intercepted five times. Junior Nick Krantz (Moline HS, Moline, Ill.) is the team's top receiver with 18 catches for 329 yards (18.3 per reception) and two scores.

Junior linebacker Erik Westerberg (York HS, Elmhurst, Ill.) has team-highs of 75 total tackles, 46 solo stops, 29 assists and nine tackles for loss. McIntyre leads with six sacks. Sophomore safety Bo Goshorn (Romeoville HS, Romeoville, Ill.) has a pair of interceptions and junior linebacker Mike O'Donoghue (Mundelein HS, Mundelein, Ill.) has two fumbles recoveries.

  

AUGUSTANA VS. NORTH PARK...

Augustana has dominated this series between the two teams in the CCIW who share the Vikings nickname... Augustana leads 48-2 and has never lost a game to North Park in Rock Island with that streak now at 26... Augustana has won 40 straight overall in this series since a 23-12 North Park victory in 1971.  

YEAR

SCORE(Running Record)

SITE

  

YEAR

SCORE(Running Record)

SITE

1962

AUG 22, NP 6 (1-0)

Home

 

1987

AUG 69, NP 0 (24-2)

Away

1963

AUG 26, NP 0 (2-0)

Away

 

1988

AUG 27, NP 0 (25-2)

Home

1964

AUG 45, NP 0 (3-0)

Home

 

1989

AUG 48, NP 7 (26-2)

Away

1965

AUG 20, NP 14 (4-0)

Home

 

1990

AUG 43, NP 0 (27-2)

Home

1966

AUG 19, NP 0 (5-0)

Away

 

1991

AUG 41, NP 0 (28-2)

Away

1967

AUG 13, NP 10 (6-0)

Home

 

1992

AUG 35, NP 10 (29-2)

Home

1968

NP 48, AUG 42 (6-1)

Away

 

1993

AUG 21, NP 17 (30-2)

Away

1969

AUG 20, NP 2 (7-1)

Away

 

1994

AUG 48, NP 6 (31-2)

Home

1970

AUG 38, NP 6 (8-1)

Home

 

1995

AUG 53, NP 14 (32-2)

Away

1971

NP 23, AUG 12 ( 8-2)

Away

 

1996

AUG 52, NP 0 (33-2)

Home

1972

AUG 21, NP 12 (9-2)

Home

 

1997

AUG 28, NP 3 (34-2)

Away

1973

AUG 21, NP 14 (10-2)

Away

 

1998

AUG 41, NP 0 (35-2)

Home

1974

AUG 38, NP 12 (11-2)

Home

 

1999

AUG 30, NP 13 (36-2)

Away

1975

AUG 20, NP 12 (12-2)

Away

 

2000

AUG 36, NP 14 (37-2)

Away

1976

AUG 27, NP 7 (13-2)

Home

 

2001

AUG 23, NP 0 (38-2)

Home

1977

AUG 24, NP 0 (14-2)

Away

 

2002

AUG 58, NP 8 (39-2)

Away

1978

AUG 34, NP 14 (15-2)

Home

 

2003

AUG 48, NP 17 (40-2)

Home

1979

AUG 19, NP 12 (16-2)

Away

 

2004

AUG 42, NP 10 (41-2)

Away

1980

AUG 23, NP 10 (17-2)

Home

 

2005

AUG 50, NP 6 (42-2)

Home

1981

AUG 38, NP 6 (18-2)

Away

 

2006

AUG 31, NP 0 (43-2)

Home

1982

AUG 35, NP 6 (19-2)

Home

 

2007

AUG 35, NP 0 (44-2)

Away

1983

AUG 35, NP 16 (20-2)

Away

 

2008

AUG 52, NP 0 (45-2)

Home

1984

AUG 47, NP 6 (21-2)

Home

 

2009

AUG 42, NP 14 (46-2)

Away

1985

AUG 21, NP 7 (22-2)

Away

 

2010

AUG 21, NP 0 (47-2)

Away

1986

AUG 55, NP 7 (23-2)

Home

 

2011

AUG 27, NP 24 (48-2)

Home

  

LAST YEAR...  

10/22/11-AUGUSTANA 27, NORTH PARK 24 

Augustana wins second in a row 27-24 over NPU  

ROCK ISLAND, Ill.-A pair of long David Lee (Springfield HS, Springfield, Ill.)  touchdown passes less than five minutes apart in the second half spelled the difference Saturday as Augustana came away with a 27-24 Homecoming win over North Park at Ericson Field. With the win, the Vikings improve to 2-5 on the year and 2-2 in the CCIW, while North Park falls to 3-4 overall and 0-4 in the conference.

 With 3:30 left in the third quarter and Augustana trailing 17-14 and facing a third-and-four at its own 39-yard line, Lee connected over the middle with tight end Keith Abbey (Rich East HS, Park Forest, Ill.), who crossed the field and outran the North Park secondary down the sideline for a 61-yard touchdown. A missed extra point left the score at 20-17.

 Augustana stopped North Park on the next series, but gave the visitors another chance with a roughing the kicker penalty. The call was one of eight for 85 yards against the hosts on the day. The defense came through and stopped North Park again and Augustana took over at its own 20 following a punt. From there, it took Lee just one play to find Nick Krantz (Moline HS, Moline, Ill.) along the south sideline. Krantz made a nice adjustment on the catch and outran the defender for an 80-yard touchdown and a 27-17 lead.

 After a scoreless first quarter, Augustana got on the board first when Eric Chandler (Cary-Grove HS, Cary, Ill.) fought his way into the end zone from five yards out on the second play of the second period. Chandler's run capped a 12-play, 80-yard march. The visitors answered with a 13-play, 77-yard drive of their own, finished off with a one-yard Drew Walkington touchdown run.

 The hosts went 61 yards in seven plays on their next possession to retake the lead 14-7. The drive was kept alive by a fake field goal on fourth-and-three from the North Park 16-yard line. Freshman placekicker Brady Rogers (Cherokee Trail HS, Aurora, Colo.) took a pitch from holder Danny Hess (Naperville North HS, Naperville, Ill.) and got around left end for a gain of nine yards and a first down. Lee scrambled seven yards for the go ahead touchdown two plays later.

 Not to be outdone, North Park again responded, this time going 76 yard on nine plays for the tying score. Quarterback Tyler Krebs found receiver De' Marien Hampton in the right corner of the end zone with a 37-yard touchdown heave with 32 seconds remaining until halftime.

 After Augustana misplayed the second half kickoff and went three-and-out deep in its own territory, the visitors took over at the Augustana 49-yard line following the punt. From there, they put together their third straight scoring drive, going 42 yards on 14 plays over eight minutes and taking a 17-14 lead on a 24-yard Tony Kebede field goal. Lee connected with Abbey to regain the lead for the hosts just three plays later.

 The visitors had one last gasp, narrowing the lead to 27-24 with 1:21 left in the game. Flanker Sam Cochiaro took a pitch on a reverse and found Hampton in the end zone for a 6-yard touchdown pass. That play capped a 72-yard, nine-play drive. The hosts sealed it however, when Zachary McCullough (St. Charles North HS, St. Charles, Ill.) corralled Bryn Nottoli's onside kick attempt and Lee was able to take a knee twice to end the game.

 Lee finished the day 10 of 13 for 199 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Krantz was his most frequent target, with three catches for 96 yards including the 80-yarder. The Viking running game produced 169 yards on 29 carries, spread among nine ball carriers. Freshman Antonio Owens (Naperville North HS, Naperville, Ill.) led the way with 51 yards on four carries and A.J. Hoger (Cary-Grove HS, Cary, Ill.)  added 49 on four carries.

 Linebacker Erik Westerberg (York HS, Elmhurst, Ill.) added 14 tackles, including 13 of the solo variety, to his league-leading totals. Defensive end Luke Anderson (Lemont HS, Lemont, Ill.) had eight stops and Sean Walker (Annawan HS, Annawan, Ill.) came up with a big interception and batted away another pass in the end zone.

 The Vikings will attempt to extend their winning streak when they go on the road to Wheaton, Illinois to face the Wheaton Thunder on Saturday, October 29 at 1:00 p.m.

 

2012 AUGUSTANA VIKINGS FOOTBALL SCHEDULE/RESULTS

DATE

OPPONENT

SITE

SCORE/TIME

September 1

Dubuque

Dubuque, Iowa

L, 21-39

September 8

Central of Iowa

Pella, Iowa

L, 10-17

September 15

Loras (Family Weekend)

HOME

W, 34-10

September 29

*Wheaton

HOME

L, 7-49

October 6

*Elmhurst

Elmhurst, Illinois

L, 27-31

October 13

*Millikin (Homecoming)

HOME

W, 24-14

October 20

*North Park

Chicago, Illinois

1:00 p.m.

October 27

*Carthage

HOME

1:00 p.m.

November 3

*Illinois Wesleyan

Bloomington, Illinois

1:00 p.m.

November 10

*North Central

HOME

1:00 p.m.

* - College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin game

  

2012 CCIW STANDINGS

School

CCIW

Overall

Illinois Wesleyan

3-0

6-0

North Central

3-0

5-1

Elmhurst

2-1

5-1

Wheaton

2-1

4-2

Carthage

1-2

3-3

AUGUSTANA

1-2

2-4

Millikin

0-3

3-3

North Park

0-3

1-5

           

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

LAST WEEK'S RESULTS            

October 13

AUGUSTANA 24, Millikin 14

North Central 58, North Park 17

Illinois Wesleyan 45, Carthage 7

Elmhurst 35, Wheaton 30

 

THIS WEEK'S GAMES

October 20

AUGUSTANA at North Park, 1:00 p.m.

Elmhurst at Millikin, 1:00 p.m.

Illinois Wesleyan at Wheaton 6:00 p.m.

North Central at Carthage, 6:00 p.m.

  

HEAD COACH ROB CUSHMAN

Rob Cushman is in his second season as the head coach of the Augustana football program. He has spent the 2008-10 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

8

.200

2

5

.286

Augustana

2012

2

4

.333

1

2

.333

Augustana

Augustana Totals

4

12

.250

3

7

.300

 

CAREER

56

64

.467

 

 

 

 

 

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

8

.200

2

5

.286

 

0-3

2-3

0-2

2-4

0-4

2012

2

4

.333

1

2

.333

 

1-3

1-1

0-0

2-1

0-3

CAREER

4

12

.250

3

7

.300

 

1-6

3-4

0-2

4-5

0-7

 

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

2

0

2

2011 - L (23-31)

2012 - L (10-17)

Dubuque

2

0

2

2011 - L (13-18)

2012 - L (21-39)

Elmhurst

2

0

2

2011 - L (27-28)

2012 - L (27-31)

Illinois Wesleyan

1

0

1

2011 - L (12-34)

 

Loras

1

1

0

2012 - W (34-10)

 

Millikin

2

1

1

2011 - L (27-30)

2012 - W (24-14)

North Central

1

0

1

2011 - L (3-24)

 

North Park

1

1

0

2011 - W (27-24)

 

Wheaton

2

0

2

2011 - L (7-36)

2012 - L (7-49)

  

2012 AUGUSTANA FOOTBALL TWO DEEP

Prior to game with North Park 10/20/12

POS

NO

NAME

HT

WT

YR

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL

OFFENSE

WR

88

Nick Krantz

6-1

195

Jr

Moline, Ill. (Moline)

84

Jawan Straughter

6-0

180

Fr

Bolingbrook, Illinois/Plainfield East

WR

6

Torre Harrell

6-2

170

So

Bloomington, Ill. (Bloomington)

83

Derek Schneeman

6-2

200

Sr

Streator, Ill. (Streator)

TE

86

Marty Resner

6-2

245

Sr

Montgomery, Ill. (Oswego)

85

Eric Hansen

6-0

215

Sr

Elmhurst, Illinois/Immaculate Conception

OT

72

Mike Kautz

6-4

250

Sr

East Moline, Ill. (Rock Island Alleman)

67

Eric Link

6-2

265

Jr

Aledo, Ill. (Sherrard)

OG

74

Derek King

6-1

290

Sr

New Boston, Ill. (Westmer)

78

Greg Ferguson

6-2

280

So

Plainfield, Ill. (South)

OC

62

Eric Dratnol

6-1

250

Jr

Montgomery, Ill. (Kaneland)

75

Dan Gregg

6-2

255

Jr

Prospect Heights, Ill. (Hersey)

OG

56

Anthony Roome

6-2

280

So

Geneseo, Ill. (Geneseo)

63

Trace Wingo

6-2

285

Jr

Crystal Lake, Ill. (South)

OT

66

Kevon Rivers

6-2

270

Sr

Chicago, Ill. (Uplift Community)

67

Eric Link

6-2

265

Jr

Aledo, Ill. (Sherrard)

SLOT

8

Antonio Owens

5-9

165

So

Naperville, Ill. (North)

87

Kyle Frake

6-0

200

So

Clifton, Ill. (Clifton Central)

SLOT

13

Kyle Snow

5-7

165

Jr

Wheaton, Ill. (Wheaton-Warrenville South)

5

Sean Fitzgerald

5-10

150

Fr

Manhattan, Ill. (Providence Catholic)

QB

10

Nick Welch

6-3

210

Sr

Oswego, Ill. (Oswego)

2

Sam Frasco

5-11

170

Fr

Mt. Prospect, Ill. (Prospect)

RB

29

Eric Chandler

5-9

210

Jr

Cary, Ill. (Cary-Grove)

32

Brett McWilliams

6-2

225

Sr

Roscoe, Ill. (Rockton-Hononegah)

DEFENSE

OLB

3

Robby Mago

5-9

180

Sr

Cary, Ill. (Cary-Grove)

22

Joe Spindler

6-0

205

Sr

Rockton, Ill. (Rockton-Hononegah)

DE

49

Shane Holl

6-2

255

Sr

North Aurora, Ill. (Batavia)

53

Don Cundari

6-2

230

Sr

Oak Park, Ill. (Fenwick)

NT

99

Carl Hartweg

6-3

280

Jr

Carthage, Ill. (Illini West)

54

Will Hass

6-3

250

Jr

Algonquin, Ill. (Marian Central Catholic)

DE

57

Sean McIntyre

6-2

245

So

Genoa, Ill. (Genoa-Kingston)

43

Ryan Coleman

6-3

250

Jr

Carol Stream, Ill. (Wheaton North)

ILB

45

Joe Weber

6-2

240

Sr

South Elgin, Ill. (Marmion Academy)

51

Andrew O'Reilly

6-0

230

Sr

Elgin, Ill. (Driscoll Catholic)

ILB

47

John Draminski

6-0

230

Sr

Kewanee, Ill. (Wethersfield)

55

James Stratton

6-0

220

Jr

Sherrard, Ill. (Sherrard)

MLB

41

Erik Westerberg

6-3

210

Jr

Elmhurst, Ill. (York)

81

Ryan Plunket

6-0

190

Jr

Wheaton, Ill. (Benet Academy)

OLB

42

Mike O'Donoghue

6-1

205

Jr

Mundelein, Ill. (Mundelein)

  

5

Caleb Nickels

5-10

190

So

Northridge, Calif. (Sierra Canyon)

CB

27

Matt Glawe

5-10

200

Sr

Winfield, Ill. (Wheaton Warrenville South)

7

Sean Walker

5-10

190

Jr

Annawan, Ill. (Annawan)

CB

17

Ben Fornek

5-11

180

So

Batavia, Ill. (Batavia)

20

Tre Freeman

5-9

175

Fr

Aurora, Colo./Mullen

FS

31

Bo Goshorn

6-2

190

So

Romeoville, Ill. (Romeoville)

23

Tim Marouder

5-10

195

So

Elgin, Ill. (Burlington Central)

Or

28

Cameron Bokowy

5-11

185

Fr

Algonquin, Ill. (Jacobs)

OLB

3

Robby Mago

5-9

180

Sr

Cary, Ill. (Cary-Grove)

SPECIALIST

KICKER

16

Brady Rogers

5-11

165

So

Parker, Colo. (Cherokee Trail)

PUNTER

33

Arnie Fitzwater

6-3

215

Sr

Waterford, Wis. (Waterford Union)

PUNT RETURN

13

Kyle Snow

5-7

165

Jr

Wheaton, Ill. (Wheaton-Warrenville South)

7

Sean Walker

5-10

190

Jr

Annawan, Ill. (Annawan)

KICK RETURN

8

Antonio Owens

5-9

165

So

Naperville, Ill. (North)

84

Jawan Straughter

6-0

180

Fr

Bolingbrook, Illinois/Plainfield East

SNAPPER

86

Marty Resner

6-2

245

Sr

Montgomery, Ill. (Oswego)

HOLDER

13

Kyle Snow

5-7

165

Jr

Wheaton, Ill. (Wheaton-Warrenville South)

  

2012 NORTH PARK FOOTBALL TWO DEEP 

POS

NO

NAME

HT

WT

YR

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL

OFFENSE

SE

80

Zach Bates

6-1

210

Jr.

Algonquin, Ill./Jacobs

28

Bryan Lorman

6-0

202

Jr.

Cary, Ill./Cary-Grove

LT

64

Kenny Pistorius

6-3

265

So.

Cary, Ill./Cary-Grove

53

Max Current

6-3

200

Fr.

Middletown, Ohio/Middletown

LG

77

Ryan Davies

6-2

275

Sr.

Glen Ellyn, Ill.Glenbard East

 

54

Drew Gapsch

5-10

225

Jr.

Tacoma, Wash./Charles Wright

C

67

Zachary Curl

6-0

220

Sr.

New Carlisle, Ind./New Prairie

 

78

Josh Willis

6-2

230

Sr.

Racine, Wisc./William Horlick

RG

60

Joseph Mimms

6-3

265

Jr.

Elletsville, Ind./Edgewood

 

59

TJ Rodriguez

5-10

250

Jr.

Chicago, Ill./DeLaSalle

RT

79

Patrick Wallace

6-3

295

Jr.

Belleville, Ill./Belleville East

72

Matthew Davis

6-2

245

Fr.

Wheaton, Ill./Wheaton North

SE

88

Nick Weinstein

5-10

165

Jr.

Logansport, Ind./Logansport

85

Marquel Hawkins

5-8

175

So.

Lakewood, Wash./Charles Wright

SB

5

John Barnabee

5-11

190

Jr.

Baldwin, Missouri/Parkway South

48

Manuel Ley

5-9

181

So.

San Antonio, Texas/Karen Wagner

QB

2

Tyler Krebs

5-7

165

Jr.

Cary, Ill./Cary-Grove

12

John Williams

6-3

175

Jr.

Crystal Lake, Ill./Prairie Ridge

FB

23

Matt Hassan

5-6

190

Sr.

Wheaton, Ill./Glenbard West

46

Brian Palmer

5-8

215

So.

Vernon Hills, Ill./Vernon Hills

SB

20

Chris Broadway

6-2

200

Jr.

Fairview Heights, Ill./Belleville East

34

Drew Walkington

5-9

190

So.

Woodstock, Ill./Woodstock

DEFENSE

DE

86

Mike Soderlund

6-3

250

Sr.

Downers Grove, Ill./Downers South

98

Paul Brown

6-3

235

Sr.

Chicago, Ill./Luther North

DT

55

Matt Leibforth

5-11

255

So.

Cary Grove, Ill./Cary-Grove

68

Jose Guervara

5-9

250

Sr.

Grayslake, Ill/Warren Township

DT

99

Chris Mullen

6-2

285

Sr.

New Buffalo, Mich./New Buffalo

94

Greg Drain

6-4

280

So.

Crystal Lake, Ill./Prairie Ridge

DE

42

DeAndre Fry

6-3

235

Sr.

Skokie, Ill./Loyola Academy

15

Alain Dillon

6-1

225

So.

Chicago, Ill./Percy Julian

MLB 

43

Zach Greco

6-0

215

Jr.

Manchester, Missouri/Parkway South

49

Devin Grote

6-0

210

So.

Lindenhurst, Ill./Lakes Community

OLB

19

Talaave Meyers

5-10

215

Sr.

Oceanside, Calif./Oceanside

40

Bennett Dettlinger

6-1

225

So.

Louisville, Ky./Male

OLB

17

Kyle Leibforth

5-10

210

So.

Cary Grove, Ill./Cary-Grove

9

Willie Akerson

6-0

205

Sr.

Chicago, Ill./Chicago Science

CB

37

Darius Dacanay

5-9

185

Jr.

Grayslake, Ill./Grayslake Central

3

Marcel Dawkins

5-10

180

So.

Chicago, Ill./Oak Park-River Forest

CB

8

Doug Ivy

5-10

195

Sr.

Chicago, Ill./Gordon Tech

33

Jordan Bevilacqua

5-10

180

Jr.

Carlsbad, Calif./Carlsbad

S

16

Andrew Saltzman

5-11

180

Sr.

Coloma, Mich./Coloma

21

Charles DelValle

5-11

180

So.

Plainfield, NJ/Plainfield

S

30

Taylor Simental

5-10

190

Jr.

Chicago, Ill./DeLaSalle

32

Canmu Dennis

5-9

195

Sr.

Eden Prairie, Minn./Eden Prairie

SPECIALIST

P

45

Tyler Brady

6-0

200

Jr.

Milwaukee, Wisc./Pius

PK

91

Tony Kebede

5-10

185

Sr.

Fort Wayne, Ind./Bishop

LS

78

Josh Willis

6-2

230

Sr.

Racine, Wisc./Horlick

KO

91

Tony Kebede

5-10

185

Sr.

Fort Wayne, Ind./Bishop

 

2012 AUGUSTANA VIKINGS STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS  

CATEGORY

NUMBER

OPPONENT

DATE

Individual Offense

 

 

 

Most Points

6 - 16 times

 

 

Most Points Kicking

10 - Brady Rogers

Loras

09/15/12

Most Touchdowns

1 - 16 times

 

 

Most Extra Points

4 - Brady Rogers

Loras

09/15/12

Most Yards Total Offense

338 - Nick Welch

Loras

09/15/12

Most Yards Rushing

164 - Brett McWilliams

Elmhurst

10/06/12

Most Rushing Attempts

16 - Eric Chandler

Millikin

10/13/12

Most Yards Passing

347 - Nick Welch

Loras

09/15/12

Most Pass Attempts

26 - Nick Welch

Millikin

10/13/12

Most Pass Completions

19 - Nick Welch

Millikin

10/13/12

Most Yards Receiving

170 - Nick Krantz

Loras

09/15/12

Most Pass Receptions

6 - 3 times

 

 

 

 

 

 

Team Offense

 

 

 

Most Points

34

Loras

09/15/12

Most Touchdowns

4

Twice

 

Most Total Yards

483

Loras

09/15/12

Most Yards Rushing

301

Elmhurst

10/06/12

Most Yards Passing

347

Loras

09/15/12

Most Passing Attempts

28

Millikin

10/13/12

Most Completions

20

Millikin

10/13/12

Most First Downs Total

19

Loras

09/15/12

Most First Downs Rushing

13

Elmhurst

10/06/12

Most First Downs Passing

13

Loras

09/15/12

Most First Downs Penalty

4

Dubuque

09/01/12

Most Rushes

46

Millikin

10/13/12

Most Plays

74

Millikin

10/13/12

 

 

 

 

Individual Defense

 

 

 

Most Total Tackles

18 - Erik Westerberg

Dubuque

09/01/12

Most Solo Tackles

10 - Erik Westerberg

Twice

 

Most Assisted Tackles

10 - Erik Westerberg

Dubuque

09/01/12

Most Interceptions

1 - 3 times

 

 

Most Fumble Recoveries

1 - 4 times

 

 

Most Quarterback Sacks

2 - Sean McIntyre

Twice

 

Most Tackles for Loss

2.5 - Twice

 

 

 

 

 

 

Team Defense

 

 

 

Fewest Points

10

Loras

09/15/12

Fewest Plays

61

Millikin

10/13/12

Fewest Rushing Attempts

35

Wheaton

09/29/12

Fewest Total Yards

272

Millikin

10/13/12

Fewest Rushing Yards

86

Wheaton

09/29/12

Fewest Passing Yards

138

Central

09/08/12

Fewest Pass Completions

11

Central

09/08/12

Most Interceptions

2

Millikin

10/13/12

Most Fumble Recoveries

1

5 times

 

Fewest Total First Downs

14

Millikin

10/13/12

Fewest Rushing First Downs

4

Wheaton

09/29/12

Fewest Passing First Downs

6

Central

09/08/12

Fewest Penalty First Downs

0

Central

09/08/12