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Falcon Fact Sheet President Dr. Dianne Boardley Suber Athletic Director George Williams Head Coach Michael Costa Assistant Coaches Preseason Roster Players To Watch Season Outlook 2011 Opponents 2010 Season Review 2010 Season Statistics Year-By-Year Statistics Individual Records All-CIAA History 2011 Football Schedule Pages 3-4 5 6 7 8-9 10-11 12-14 15 16-20 21-26 27-31 32-34 35-38 39 Back Cover

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GENERAL

Name of School: Saint Augustine's College City/Zip: Raleigh, NC 27610 Founded: 1867 Enrollment: 1,508 Nickname: Falcons School Colors: Blue and White Stadium: TBA Capacity: TBA Surface: TBA Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: CIAA President: Dr. Dianne Boardley Suber Alma Mater, Year: Hampton, 1971 Athletic Director: George Williams Alma Mater, Year: Saint Augustine's College, 1965 Athletic Phone: (919) 516-4236 Jimmy Heggins/Offensive Line Coach (Tackles, Ends) Jermaine Gales/Offensive Coordinator Anthony Scott/Offensive Line Coach Matthew Montgomery/Quarterbacks Coach Michael Dobson/Equipment Administrator Head Athletic Trainer: David Hill Assistant Athletic Trainer: Carlitta M. Moore Head Athletic Trainer Phone: (919) 516-4595/4219

TEAM RECORD

Overall Record last year: 9-2 Conference Record: 6-1 (2nd Place-Southern Division) Basic Offense: Pro I Basic Defense: 4-3 Lettermen Returning: 40 Starters Returning/Lost: 14/8 Offensive Starters Returning: 7/4 Defensive Starters Returning: 7/4

HISTORY

First year of football: 1934 (CIAA) All-time bowl/play-off record: 1-0 (2010) All-time record: 132-124-8

TOP RETURNING STARTERS

Name Rowdy Batchelor Jamil Berry Pos. FB SS Derrick Early CB Joaquin Green QB Anthony Harris DE Tyron Laughinghouse WR Rory Nixon C Joe Reed DE Chaz Robinson LB Jamain Smith WR Ht. 5-11 5-10 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-3 5-11 6-0 Wt. 220 180 200 195 250 175 285 280 220 185 Yr. Sr. Sr. Sr. R-Jr. Sr. Soph. Jr. Jr. Soph. Jr.

SPORTS INFORMATION

Sports Information Director: Anthony Jeffries SID Office Phone: (919) 516-4141 Cell Phone: (919) 274-7552 SID Fax: (919) 516-5810 SID Email: [email protected] SID Mailing Address: 1315 Oakwood Ave., Raleigh, NC 27610

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Michael Costa Alma Mater: Norfolk State Record at school (seasons): 27-49-0 (10th season) Career record (seasons): 37-90 (14th season) Football office phone: (919) 516-5180 Best time to reach coach: 11 a.m.-12 p.m., 1 p.m.-2 p.m. Assistant Coaches: Willie Bennett/Co-Defensive Coordinator Kevin Dial/Wide Receivers Coach Demius Frazier/Linebackers Coach-Video Coordinator William Frizzelle/Secondary Coach Tremayne Henry/Co-Defensive Coordinator

RETURNING ALL-CIAA PLAYERS

Chaz Robinson ­ Led all CIAA freshmen in tackles per game (8.2) last season. Tyron Laughinghouse -- Led CIAA and ranked sixth in Division II in kickoff return average per game (29.5) last season. Anthony Harris ­ Ranked fourth in CIAA in sacks (6.5) last season.

Photo Credits: Rick Crank,

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2010 RESULTS (9-2 OVERALL, 6-1 CIAA)

SEPTEMBER 4 at Catawba 11 MARS HILL 18 SAINT PAUL'S* 25 at Lincoln (Pa.)* OCTOBER 2 FAYETTEVILLE STATE* 9 at Winston-Salem State* 16 at Central State 23 at Johnson C. Smith* 29 at Livingstone* NOVEMBER 6 SHAW* DECEMBER 4 vs. Fort Valley State * CIAA games (W) 20-17 (L) 12-41 (W) 31-7 (W) 52-21 (W) 42-36 (W) 40-35 (W) 21-14 (W) 34-24 (W) 33-0 (L) 6-10 (W) 20-9

P RETURNING STATISTICAL PERFORMERS

Rushing Deonte Toliver Passing Joaquin Green GP 9 GP 7 Att. 39 Yds. 219 Avg. 5.6 Pct. 50.4 Avg. 13.8 21.2 Tot. 82 TDs 1 Yds. 1,064 TDs 2 6 Long 44 TDs 10 Long 33 61 Int/Yards 1-6

Att-Comp-Int. 70-139-10 No. 39 19 UT 41 Yds. 540 402 AT 41

Receiving GP Jamain Smith 11 Tyron Laughinghouse 11 Tackles Chaz Robinson GP 10

TFLs/Yds 6.0-20

MEDIA INFORMATION

WAUG-TV/Radio The News & Observer Triangle Tribune Onnidan HBCU Sports On-line The Carolinian Herald-Sun 99.9 The Fan WRBZ-850 Radio 620 AM Sports Radio N.C. Associated Press WRAL-TV 5 WTVD-TV 11 NEWS 14 NBC-17 919-516-4750 919-829-4560 919-688-2282 919-604-9419 919-834-5558 919-419-6673/800-822-1054 800-532-5343 919-875-9100/919-860-0850 919-875-9100/919-860-0850 800-662-7075/919-881-9974 800-245-9725 919-687-2218 919-882-4040 919-835-6399

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PRESIDENT DR. DIANNE BOARDLEY SUBER

Dianne Boardley Suber, 10th President of Saint Augustine's College, assumed the presidency of the College on December 1, 1999. Under her presidency, the College has experienced increased enrollment, reinstituted the football program, fielded a marching band, expanded the adult learners program, established innovative degree granting programs to include Biomedical and Scientific Communication, Criminal Justice Forensic Science and the Center for Real Estate Development and Property Management and reinstated the dual degree program in Engineering with North Carolina State University. The first female to lead the institution, Dr. Suber is an experienced educator and administrator with 30 years of teaching, consulting and administrative experience in preschool and higher education. She has served as a classroom teacher; elementary and middle school principal, university professor and consultant to several national educational organizations. Prior to assuming the helm at Saint Augustine's College, Dr. Suber held administrative positions of increasing responsibility at Hampton University in Hampton, Virginia, including: vice president for administrative services; assistant provost for academic affairs; assistant provost; dean of administrative services; and adjunct professor of Education in the Graduate College. Dr. Suber received a bachelor of science degree in early childhood education from Hampton (Institute) University, a master's of education degree in curriculum development from the University of Illinois-Urbana and a doctorate of education degree in educational administration from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, Virginia. Dr. Suber has recently been appointed to serve on the Secretary of Education's Historically Black Colleges and Universities Capital Financing Advisory Board. She currently serves as the Cooperating Raleigh Colleges (CRC) President. President Suber also serves on the Board of Directors of the Central Region of Wachovia Bank; the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA); the United Negro College Fund; the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (NAICU); the Business and Technology Center; the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce; the Communities In Schools of Wake County; and the Marbles Kids Museum. Dr. Suber is also a member of the United Negro College Fund's Executive, Bylaws and Nominating Committees; the Association of Episcopal Colleges (AEC); the North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities Executive and Nominating Committees; The Women's Network of Wake County Grants Committee; the Consortium of Doctors, LTD; the Southeast Raleigh Improvement Assembly; the Blue Ribbon Committee on the Future of Wake County; the Rotary Club. A member of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Dr. Suber previously served on the former President's Board of Advisors to the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities; and the American Council on Education (ACE) as a Commissioner. Dr. Suber was featured in the October 2005 issue of Essence Magazine and in 2006, she was awarded The Willie E. Gary "Making A Difference Award." The 100 Black Men, Triangle East Chapter, awarded Dr. Suber the Education Award at their 2008 Gala "A Tribute to Women", April 2008. In 2010, Dr. Suber received the Dr. Effie H. Jones Humanitarian Award from the American Association of School Administrators (AASA). Dr. Suber has two daughters - Nichole Reshan Lewis and her daughter Taylor Marie, who reside in Raleigh, North Carolina and Raegan LaTrese Thomas, who also lives in Raleigh, North Carolina with her husband, Farah and their children, Nyjil Brevard Saint Thomas and Samantha Ari Dianne Thomas.

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ATHLETIC DIRECTOR GEORGE WILLIAMS

George Williams has built a dynasty in track and field and cross country at Saint Augustine's College. Since he began coaching in 1976, his track and field programs have won an astounding 31 national championships. Williams has coached 32 Olympians, including three gold medalists. He has been the recipient of more than 100 track and field coach of the year honors, including the 2010 Division II national outdoor men's coach of the year award by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. The award is one of seven coaching honors for Williams in 2010. In 2011, Williams earned three awards - the CIAA men's indoor and outdoor coach of the year and the USTFCCCA Atlantic Region men's coach of the year. Williams' teams have consistently brought home NCAA track and field championships and produced numerous world-class athletes. Under his leadership, the Falcons have amassed over 150 CIAA track and field and cross country conference championships. Additionally, his scholarship student-athletes have a 95 percent graduation rate. Williams was the head coach of the 2004 Men's Olympic Track and Field Team in Athens, Greece, and he also served as assistant coach of the 1996 U.S. Olympic Track and Field Team in Atlanta, Ga., where each athlete he was responsible for won a gold medal. He was the U.S. men's head coach at the 1999 World Outdoor Championships in Seville, Spain, the 1993 World Indoor Championships in Toronto, Canada and the 1992 IAAF World Cup in Havana, Cuba. Williams coached Saint Augustine's College graduate Bershawn "Batman" Jackson to a bronze medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Jackson is a four-time U.S. champion and 2005 world champion in the 400-meter hurdles. Four former Falcon student-athletes including Jackson competed at the Beijing Olympics. In addition to being the track and field and cross country head coach, Williams is also the college's athletic director. A faithful Falcon, Williams has served his alma mater (graduated 1965) in a variety of roles since 1968 including director of alumni affairs, admissions counselor, director of student activities and head basketball coach. In 1976, Williams was named the men's and women's track and field and cross country coach, and he was named athletic director in 1997. In his one season as men's basketball coach, Williams led the Falcons to a division title in 1998. Before he became a coaching legend, Williams made his name on the basketball court for the Falcons. One of the best players to ever suit up in a Falcon uniform, Williams was an All-CIAA standout during his career. Williams is a member of six Halls of Fame: the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Hall of Fame, the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame, the Florida Track and Field Hall of Fame, the Saint Augustine's College Athletic Hall of Fame, the Booker T. Washington High School (Miami, Fla.) Hall of Fame, and the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Hall of Fame. In March 2009, Williams was selected an honoree in the "Living Legends" Orange & Black Scholarship Gala Awards Ceremony by the Booker T. Washington Alumni Association, which honors outstanding alumni of Booker T. Washington Senior High School. On June 20, 2008, Williams received the Bighouse Gaines Unsung Hero Award from the WinstonSalem State University Alumni Association. In November 2003, Williams arranged for Saint Augustine's College to become the first historically black college to host the NCAA Division II Cross Country Championships. In November 2010, Saint Augustine's College hosted the Atlantic Region Cross Country Championships. After returning from the 2004 Summer Games, the city of Elizabeth City, N.C., honored Williams in September 2004 with a key to the city. The city of Raleigh, N.C., honored the longtime Saint Augustine's College coach with a Proclamation, naming November 16, 2004, as George Williams Day for his outstanding contributions in track and field. The Newark YMCA Sports Legends honored Williams in November 2004, and the city of Miami, Fla., honored Coach Williams with a Proclamation naming February 7, 2004, as George Williams Day. Additionally, Williams has received The Order of the Long Leaf Pine award three times - from Governor Jim Martin, Governor James Hunt in 1996 and Governor Michael Easley in 2004. The Order of the Long Leaf Pine award is the highest civilian honor presented by the governor of North Carolina. Coach Williams received this honor because of his career achievements, and his extraordinary service to the state and the community. Coach Williams is married to the former Olivia Hardy, and they have one daughter Crystal, a son-in-law Steve Harrell and twin granddaughters Haley and Grace.

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HEAD COACH MICHAEL COSTA

Michael Costa enters his tenth season at Saint Augustine's College as one of the most respected head coaches in the CIAA. The 2003 and 2005 CIAA football coach of the year, Costa is an energetic leader who instills discipline and intensity in his players. Costa is the Falcons' only head coach since the school revived football in 2002. During his tenure at Saint Augustine's College, Costa has produced four All-Americans (Kevin Jones, Alex Hall, Marcus Kennedy, Walter Sanders) and 31 All-CIAA players including 14 first-team selections. Several former players have gone on to professional careers including former standout Alex Hall, who currently plays for the NFL's New York Giants. Some have embarked on coaching careers such as Tyrone Pettaway, who recently joined the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers as an assistant coach. The Falcons have achieved many noteworthy accomplishments during Costa's reign. In 2010, the Falcons were ranked as high as 19th nationally in the AFCA Division II Coaches' Top 25 poll with their nine wins setting a modern school season record. The Falcons capped the 2010 season by topping nationallyranked Fort Valley State 20-9 for the Pioneer Bowl title. It is the first postseason and bowl win for the Falcons in recent memory. The victory over Fort Valley State was the second against a nationally-ranked team during the 2010 season. The Falcons stunned then-unbeaten Winston-Salem State 40-35 in October which was part of a seven-game win streak. They also defeated Catawba (20-17) of the highly-regarded South Atlantic Conference in the season opener for the second time in three years. In 2005, the Falcons were the first CIAA team to earn a No. 1 ranking in the NCAA Division II Southeast Region. That same year, the Falcons tied a school record with eight wins. From 2005 to 2007, the defense was ranked in the top 10 nationally in total defense. In 2008, the Falcons ranked 13th in the nation in total defense. Under Costa's guidance, the Falcons gained national attention with wins over nationally-ranked Catawba 14-7 in 2008 and Mars Hill 13-6 in 2005. Both teams play in the South Atlantic Conference. During Costa's reign, three student-athletes have won top league individual honors. Walter Sanders was named CIAA offensive player of the year in 2010. Tyrone Pettaway was the league's top defensive player in 2005 and Kevin Jones earned the honor the following year. Both Pettaway and Jones were linebackers, a position that Costa specializes in teaching. During his coaching career, Costa worked with linebackers in two NFL Minority Fellowship Programs; the New York Jets and the Washington Redskins. Costa developed a reputation as a tireless worker at Wilmington (Del.) High School where he was as assistant football and basketball coach. His first head football coaching job was at Cheyney University of Pennsylvania. He coached at Cheyney for five seasons from 1985 to 1990. After Cheyney, Costa coached at Virginia Union University, Hampton University, Elizabeth City State University and Miami Central High School in various roles as an assistant before coming to Saint Augustine's College. Costa received a Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Physical Education from Norfolk State University. He graduated with a Master's of Education degree in Health and Physical Education from West Chester State University of Pennsylvania. Costa also holds a Master's of Education degree in Educational Administration from Cheyney University of Pennsylvania. Costa and his wife, Cassondra, are the proud parents of two children, Michael III and Alyse Nicole. COSTA HIGHLIGHTS Twice Named CIAA and 100% Wrong Club Coach of the Year (2003, 2005). Coached current NFL player Alex Hall. Coached two CIAA defensive player of the year winners (Tyrone Pettaway, Kevin Jones). Coached one CIAA offensive player of the year winner (Walter Sanders). Produced 31 All-CIAA Players. Produced 4 All-Americans Guided Falcons to Pioneer Bowl XII title over nationallyranked Fort Valley State (20-9) in 2010. Set modern season school record for wins in 2010 (9 victories). Falcons Won 2010 CIAA Highest GPA Football Award Defeated nationally-ranked Catawba 14-7 in 2008. Beat nationally-ranked Winston-Salem State 40-35 in 2010.

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ASSISTANT COACHES

Tremayne Henry

Co-Defensive Coordinator

Tremayne Henry starts his ninth season at Saint Augustine's College including his fifth year as co-defensive coordinator. Under his guidance, the Falcons are consistently ranked in the top 10 nationally in total defense. Henry played a huge role in the development of current NFL player Alex Hall, who was an All-American defensive end for the Falcons in 2006 and 2007. Former defensive tackle Marcus Kennedy, another Henry pupil, gained All-American honors in 2008 while at Saint Augustine's College. Henry, whose specialty is the defensive line, has produced two All-Americans and six AllCIAA players. Before joining the Falcon staff, Henry was an offensive line coach at Elizabeth City State University and defensive line coach at Statesville and North Iredell High Schools. In addition to coaching, Henry spends time as a youth mentor. As a player, Henry was a three-time college football letterman at Mars Hill College, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science in 1994.

Jermaine Gales

Offensive Coordinator

Jermaine Gales begins his second season at Saint Augustine's College as offensive coordinator. Gales' presence last season impacted the offense, which averaged 28.3 points and 318.5 yards per game. Walter Sanders was named CIAA offensive player of the year. Before arriving at Saint Augustine's College, Gales was the wide receivers coach at Mars Hill College for four years. Prior to coaching at Mars Hill, Gales was the wide receivers coach at Southern Arkansas University. As a football player, Gales played at Mt. San Antonio College where he was a two-time letterman. Gale also lettered twice at Southern Arkansas where he helped the Muleriders win the Gulf South Conference title in 1997. Gales earned his bachelors degree in Biological Science at Southern Arkansas in 2002. He also gained his Master's of Education degree in Kinesiology as a graduate assistant at SAU. Gales is married to the former Kizzy Forrest.

Matthew Montgomery

Quarterbacks Coach

Matthew Montgomery begins his 10th season as quarterbacks coach at Saint Augustine's College. At Saint Augustine's College, he developed quarterback Darrell Nesbitt (2003-2005), who earned All-CIAA honors. In 2009, Joaquin Green was named CIAA offensive rookie of the year under Montgomery's tutelage. In 2010, Teddy Bacote was selected to the All-CIAA rookie team. Before arriving at Saint Augustine's College, Montgomery was an assistant coach at Hanna (S.C.) High School and Morris Brown College, and he was a student assistant coach at Hampton University. He was an elementary school teacher in Anderson, S.C., while coaching at Hanna High School. Montgomery starred at quarterback during his collegiate playing days, leading Hampton University to three CIAA football titles (1992, 1993, 1994). Montgomery ranks sixth all-time in total offense and seventh all-time in career passing in the CIAA. Montgomery graduated from Hampton University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education in 1996. He earned a Master of Arts degree in counseling at Clark Atlanta University. Matthew and his wife, Mary, are the proud parents of two daughters: Prudence Alyce and Debra Kay.

Willie Bennett

Co-Defensive Coordinator

Willie Bennett begins his sixth season at Saint Augustine's College including his fifth year as co-defensive coordinator. Since coming to the Falcons, Bennett has been instrumental in helping the defense attain its national reputation. Bennett also coaches special teams, which rank among the top 30 in kickoff and punt returns in 2010. Bennett previously coached defensive backs and outside linebackers at North Carolina A&T State University in 2005, where the secondary ranked third in the MEAC and ninth nationally. Five players were either first-team or second-team AllMEAC selections, and one player earned an NFL roster spot during Bennett's tenure at A&T. Bennett started his coaching career at Alabama A&M where he coached defensive backs and outside linebackers from 2002-2004. The A&M defense rose to No. 1 in the SWAC and ranked among the top five defenses in NCAA Division I-AA while Bennett was there. Willie and his wife, Kiana, are the proud parents of two children: Willie Jr. and Carilynn.

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ASSISTANT COACHES

Kevin Dial

Wide Receivers Coach

Kevin Dial starts his sixth season as wide receivers coach at Saint Augustine's College. Dial has an extensive CIAA background as a coach and player. Dial has been an assistant coach at Virginia Union (2004-06), Winston-Salem State (2003-04), North Carolina Central (200203) and Livingstone (1996-2002), which is his alma mater. Dial was primarily the receivers and tight ends coach at his previous jobs. He has developed eight All-CIAA players as a coach. Dial was a stellar receiver at Livingstone, where he led the Blue Bears in receptions, reception yards, touchdowns and yards per catch during his playing days. He was a key player on two CIAA championship teams. part of a talented linebacking corps which played a key role on a defense ranked No. 2 nationally. The Opelika, Ala., native was the team's sixth leading tackler that year with 46 total tackles including 11 tackles for loss which tied for third-best on the squad. He also collected one sack and one pass interception. In 2005, Frazier was a second-team All-CIAA selection after recording 33 total tackles including 12 tackles for loss and 3.5 quarterback sacks. He also recovered a fumble and forced one fumble.

William Frizzelle

Defensive Backs Coach

William Frizzelle is back for his 10th season as an assistant coach. A former North Carolina Central standout, Frizzelle was a defensive back in the NFL for nine years. He played for the Detroit Lions (1984-85), Philadelphia Eagles (1986 -1990, 1992-93) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1991). Frazier collected 34 tackles in 2004 and 45 tackles in 2003. Before turning pro, Frizzelle was an All-CIAA defensive back at North Carolina Central from 1980-1983. He still ranks among the school's interception leaders with 10. A Greenville, N.C., native, Frizzelle graduated from N.C. Central with a B.S. degree in Political Science. Frizzelle relies on his NFL and college experience to coach the Falcon secondary.

Anthony Scott

Offensive Line Coach

Anthony Scott enters his fourth season as offensive line coach at Saint Augustine's College. The offensive line has improved tremendously under Scott, who played on two NCAA Division IAA national championship teams and four Southern Conference championship teams at Georgia Southern University. The line helped Walter Sanders become the CIAA offensive player of the year in 2010. Lineman Justin Wells was a first-team All-CIAA selection and lineman Jadarius Dean made the All-CIAA rookie team in 2010. That same season, the Falcons were one of eight CIAA teams to average over 300 total offensive yards. Scott has coached three All-CIAA linemen in the last two seasons. Before coming to Saint Augustine's College, Scott coached tight ends at Lenoir-Rhyne University from January 2008 to June 2008 and the offensive line for three years at East Forsyth High School, where he was also the head track and field coach and the academic advisor for the football team. Scott earned a Bachelor's degree in broadcasting at Georgia Southern.

Jimmy Heggins

Offensive Line Coach (Tackles, Tight Ends)

Jimmy Heggins is the offensive line coach at Saint Augustine's College working primarily with tackles and tight ends. Heggins helped the O-line play a vital role in the offense averaging over 28 points and 300 yards in 2010, his first season with the Falcons. Before coming to St. Aug, Heggins was the offensive line coach at the University of Kentucky from 20052009. Heggins spent most of his coaching career at Florida State University, where he stayed from 1986-2004. He was on the coaching staff of two national championship teams at Florida State. Heggins has coached nine All-American offensive linemen and 18 offensive linemen who went the NFL.. He received his bachelors degree in the College of Social Sciences at Florida State in 1978. A Salisbury, N.C., native, Heggins was a high school and college football standout.

Demius Frazier

Linebackers Coach/ Video Coordinator

Demius Frazier enters his fifth season on the Falcon coaching staff after a stellar playing career at Saint Augustine's College. In 2006, Frazier was

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No. 1 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 32 33 35 36 37 40 42 43 48 50 52 58 65 70 73 75 78 83 85 90 91 92 96 99 Name Tyron Laughinghouse Chaz Robinson Joaquin Green Dante Devouse Teddy Bacote Brian Richards Brian Jones Jeremy Banks Antonio Jones Jamain Smith Ashanti Robinson Nathaniel Tyler Franklin James Newton Miller III Jermaine Jones Shane Russell Cartrell Leggett Jermaine Browne Jamil Berry Dedrick Early Deonte Toliver Kharea Roseboro TyShawn Colter Anthony Wright Justin Williams Darrien Walker Derrick Manning JJShaun Pinkston Che' Brown Rodricaus Peters-Clay Rowdy Batchelor Alexander Tucker Isaac Wilson Keaven Russell Gary Tharrington Steve Jackson Shonquez Nelson Joe Reed Rory Nixon Stedman Gardner Tre' Bracken Jadarius Dean Au'Darius Blackwood Gregory Richardson Jacoby Fields Anthony Harris Romeo Deloatch Anthony Coleman Anton Williams Chad McDuffie Cl. Jr. Soph. R-Jr. Soph. Soph. Soph. R-Soph. Soph. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. R-So. R-So. Soph. Sr. Jr. Soph. Sr. Sr. Jr. R-Soph. Sr. Soph. Soph. Soph. Soph. Soph. Jr. Soph. Sr. Soph. Jr. Jr. Soph. Soph. Soph. Jr. Jr. Jr. Soph. Soph. R-Soph. Soph. R-Fr. Sr. Soph. Jr. Soph. So. Pos. WR LB QB LB QB WR DB LB QB WR WR WR WR WR WR RB DB DB DB DB RB DB DB RB RB LB DB RB RB RB RB K LB DB LB LB LB DL OL OL OL OL OL WR OL DL DL DL DL DL Ht. 6-3 5-11 6-2 5-10 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-0 6-0 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-11 6-3 5-10 5-9 5-10 5-10 6-1 5-8 5-9 6-0 5-8 5-10 5-11 6-2 5-9 5-11 5-9 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-9 5-10 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-4 5-11 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-1 5-10 6-0 Wt. 175 220 185 205 200 190 170 240 175 185 175 175 180 175 200 220 175 180 205 200 165 175 165 165 170 220 195 180 210 225 220 170 225 175 220 225 215 250 260 280 280 265 275 175 250 250 175 300 265 260 Hometown/Last School/Major Greenville, NC/Rose HS/Sports Management Hampton, VA/Phoebus HS/Sports Management Pittsboro, NC/Northwood HS/Engineering-Math Phenix, AL/Phenix City HS/Undecided Hampton, VA/Bethel HS/Accounting Waldorf, MD/Westlake HS/Undecided Warner Robins, GA/Northside HS/Undecided Montgomery, AL/ Germantown, MD/Seneca Valley HS/HPW Kenansville, NC/James Kenan HS/Engineering-Math Miami, FL/Carol City HS/Human Performance & Wellness Baltimore, MD/Baltimore Poly Institute/HPW Hampton, VA/Bethel HS/Human Performance & Wellness York, PA/William Penn HS/Undecided Wilmington, NC/New Hanover HS/Undecided Gary, IN/West Side HS/Criminal Justice Fayetteville, NC/71st HS/Math St. Croix, VI, US/St. Croix Central HS/Engineering Jonesboro, GA/Mundy's Hill HS/Mass Communication Warner Robbins, GA/Houston Co. HS/Sports Management Gaithersburg, MD/Gaithersburg HS Statesville, NC/North Iredell HS/Undecided Elloree, SC/Calhoun Co. HS/Engineering-Math Upper Marlboro, MD/Wise HS/Undecided Woodstock, GA/Chattahoochee HS/Civil Engineering Kernersville, NC/East Forsyth HS/Criminal Justice Ashborn Park, MD/Westlake HS/Undecided Mooresville, NC/Mooresville HS/Undecided Washington, DC/Archbishop Carroll HS/General Studies Decatur, GA/Towers HS/Design Graphic Art Jacksonville, NC/White Oak HS/Criminal Justice Union, SC/Union County HS/Undecided Warner Robbins, GA/Northside HS/Business Administration Gary, IN/Westside HS/Elementary Education Spring Hope, NC/Southern Nash HS/Undecided Homestead, FL/South Dade HS/Undecided Lake City, SC/Lake City HS/Undecided Anderson, SC/Westside HS/Sports Management Hampton, VA/Hampton HS/Sports Management Gastonia, NC/Huss HS/Computer Info. Systems Ft. Washington, MD/Bishop McNamara HS/ Milledgeville, GA/Baldwin HS/Undecided Mooresville, NC/Mooresville HS/Undecided Hampton, VA/ Kecoughtan HS/Communication Byron, GA/ Raleigh, NC/Wakefield HS/Sports Management Hampton, VA/Phoebus HS/Physical Education Decatur, GA/SW DeKalb HS/Engineering Warner Robins, GA/Northside HS/Undecided Fuquay-Varina, NC/Fuquay-Varina HS

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Name Hilberto Ayala Dario Barnes Deleon Bellamy John Davis Javon Harley Michael Holt Nigel Kinny Crawford Michael Lima Christopher Martin Gerald Marshall Keven McClendon Jahad McCoy Brian Moore Desmin Moore Ronald Moore Michael Oliver Herman Reaves Danny Reid Desi Savage Jeremy Simmons Martiz Smith Jonathan Stallworth Michael Trought Ruben Velazquez Craig Washington Luther Witherspoon C'Darris Wright Alonzo Yates Cl. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Soph. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Soph. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Soph. Fr. Pos. RB DB OL DB RB WR DL K OL QB OL DL TE OL WR DL WR DE LB DL OL LB OL OL TE DB WR RB Ht. 5-8 5-9 6-1 5-11 5-9 5-9 6-5 5-11 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-0 6-3 5-11 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-4 5-10 6-3 6-1 6-1 5-9 5-10 5-6 Wt. 165 170 280 175 220 170 300 165 300 180 280 255 210 270 180 290 180 220 225 250 290 220 300 285 220 170 175 150 Hometown Virgin Islands Fayetteville, NC Oplika, AL Wilmington, NC Newark, DE Baltimore, MD Washington, DC Hialeah, FL Washington, DC Ft. Washington, MD Chersaw, SC Wilmington, NC Valdosta, GA Fairburn, GA Greensboro, NC Washington, NC Miami, FL Chesapeake, VA Birmingham, AL Bennettsville, SC High Point, NC Fuquay-Varina, NC Greensboro, NC Rock Hill, SC Milledgeville, GA Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC Durham, NC

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PLAYERS TO WATCH

Tyron Laughinghouse Wide Receiver/Returner No. 1 Jr.

-ranked Winston-Salem State on Oct. 9...Threw three touchdown passes in a 42-36 victory over Fayetteville State on Oct. 2...Completed 8 of 16 passes for 126 yards and one touchdown in win over Fort Valley State in Pioneer Bowl on Dec. 4...2009: CIAA offensive rookie of the year...All-CIAA rookie team...Completed 113 of 233 passes for 1,318 yards, 12 touchdowns and 10 interceptions...Tossed six touchdown passes in a 43-41 overtime loss to Charleston (WVa.) on Sept. 5 which earned him national co-offensive player of the week honors..The six touchdown passes tied an NCAA Division II national freshman record...HIGH SCHOOL: Northwood...MAJOR: Engineering-Math....HOMETOWN: Hampton, VA...PERSONAL: 6-2 and 185 pounds.

2010: All-CIAA First Team Kick Returner...Led CIAA in kick return average (29.5 ypr)...Ranked sixth in Division II in kick return average...Led team with six TD receptions...Caught 19 passes for 402 yards for a 21.2 average per reception...Caught 5 passes for 108 yards and one touchdown vs. Johnson C. Smith on Oct. 23...Played on the men's basketball team...2009: All-CIAA rookie team...Led Falcons in receptions (34), receiving yards (527) and receiving yards per game (58.6)...Team co-leader in touchdown catches (6)...Ranked sixth in CIAA in receptions per game (3.8) and eighth in receiving yards per game...Returned a punt for a touchdown...HIGH SCHOOL: Rose... MAJOR: Sports Management...HOMETOWN: Greenville, NC...PERSONAL: 6-3 and 175 pounds.

Teddy Bacote Quarterback

No. 7 R-Soph.

2010: Played seven games...Was 3-0 as a

Chaz Robinson Linebacker

No. 3 Soph.

2010: All-CIAA Second Team Linebacker... All-CIAA Rookie Team...Led all CIAA freshmen in tackles per game (8.2)...Ranked sixth in CIAA in tackles per game...Recorded 41 solo tackles, 41 assisted tackles and 82 total tackles in 10 games...Named CIAA linebacker of the week after making a game-high 17 tackles against Shaw on Nov. 6...The 17 tackles tied for the secondmost by a CIAA player last season...HIGH SCHOOL: Phoebus...MAJOR: Sports Management...HOMETOWN: Hampton, VA...PERSONAL: 5-11 and 220 pounds.

starter...All-CIAA rookie team selection...Completed 50 of 96 passes for 761 yards...Threw nine touchdowns compared to one interception...Completed 52.1 percent of his passes...Completed 8 of 12 passes for 140 yards and two touchdowns off the bench vs. Lincoln (Pa.) on Sept. 25...Completed 11 of 17 passes for 177 yards and one touchdown as a starter vs. Johnson C. Smith on Oct. 23...Completed 14 of 26 passes for 191 yards and one touchdown vs. Livingstone on Oct. 30...Threw two touchdown passes vs. Fort Valley State in Pioneer Bowl on Dec. 4...HIGH SCHOOL: Bethel...MAJOR: Accounting....HOMETOWN: Hampton, VA...PERSONAL: 6-3 and 200 pounds.

Brian Richards Wide Receiver

No. 8 Soph.

Joaquin Green Quarterback

No. 4 R-Jr.

2010: Started seven games at quarterback...Missed 2 1/2 games due to injury...Completed 70 passes in 139 attempts for 1,064 yards...Tossed 10 touchdowns and 10 interceptions...Completed 50 percent of his passes...Named Heritage Sports Radio Network Division II national player of the week after completing 14 of 22 passes for 202 yards and two touchdowns in a 20-17 win over Catawba on Sept. 4...Completed 6 of 9 passes for 149 yards and two touchdowns in the first half of a 40-35 win over then nationally

2010: Grabbed eight passes for 100 yards and one touchdown in nine games...Scored on a two-point conversion vs. Catawba on Sept. 4...Caught a 32-yard touchdown pass vs. Lincoln (Pa.) on Sept. 25...Scored on a 52-yard punt return vs. Livingstone on Oct. 30...HIGH SCHOOL: Westlake...MAJOR: Undecided....HOMETOWN: Waldorf, Md....PERSONAL: 6-3 and 190 pounds.

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Jamain Smith Wide Receiver No. 13 Sr. Jamil Berry Safety No. 23 Sr.

2010: Led Falcons with school record 39 receptions and 540 receiving yards in 11 games...Ranked 9th in the CIAA in receptions per game (3.5)...Grabbed 25-yard pass vs. Catawba Sept. 4...Led Falcons with four receptions for 84 yards and one touchdown vs. Lincoln (Pa.) on Sept. 25...Named CIAA receiver of the week after catching five passes for 86 yards vs. Livingstone on Oct. 30...2009: Ranked fourth on the team in receptions (22) and receiving yards (216)...2008: Tied for team highs in receptions (15) and touchdown catches (3). During his career, Smith has 76 receptions for 908 yards and five touchdowns...HIGH SCHOOL: James Kenan...MAJOR: Engineering-Math...HOMETOWN: Kenansville, NC...PERSONAL: 6-0 and 185 pounds.

20 10: Team's four th-lead ing tackler (45)...Recorded two interceptions in addition to five pass breakups and seven passes defended...Recorded 3.5 tackles for loss... 2009: Ranked fourth on team in total tackles (52)...Second on team in interceptions (4) and pass breakups (4)...2008: Had 18 total tackles. HIGH SCHOOL: Mundy's Hill...MAJOR: Mass Communications..HOMETOWN: Jonesboro, GA...PERSONAL: 5-10 and 205 pounds.

Dedrick Early Cornerback

No. 24 Sr.

Newton Miller III Kick Returner/WR

No. 17 R-Soph.

2010: Ranked seventh in CIAA in kick return average (22.7 per game)...All-CIAA rookie pick...Returned opening kickoff 83 yards for touchdown vs. Saint Paul's on Sept. 18...Scored two touchdowns vs. Saint Paul's including a 32-yard run...HIGH SCHOOL: William Penn...MAJOR: Undecided...HOMETOWN: York, PA...PERSONAL: 5-11 and 175 pounds.

2010: Tied for 18th in CIAA in passes defended per game...Recorded two interceptions, five pass breakups, seven passes defended and one fumble recovery...HIGH SCHOOL: Houston County...MAJOR: Undecided...HOMETOWN: Warner Robins, GA...PERSONAL: 6-1 and 200 pounds.

Rowdy Batchelor Fullback

No. 37 Sr.

Jermaine Jones Wide Receiver

No. 19 Soph.

2010: All-CIAA rookie selection...Grabbed eight passes for 194 yards...Half of his catches (4) were touchdowns...Selected CIAA rookie of the week after catching two touchdown passes in 40-35 win over Winston-Salem State on Oct. 9...The TD passes against WSSU were 68 and 19 yards...Caught 13-yard pass vs. Lincoln (Pa.) on Sept. 25...Caught 2 passes for 69 yards and one touchdown in Pioneer Bowl vs. Fort Valley State...HIGH SCHOOL: New Hanover...MAJOR: Undecided...HOMETOWN: Wilmington, NC...PERSONAL: 6-3 and 200 pounds.

2010: Starting fullback for the Falcons... Lead blocker for CIAA offensive player of the year Walter Sanders...Caught 11-yard touchdown pass vs. Fayetteville State on Oct. 2...Carried eight times for five yards...Caught five passes for 33 yards and one touchdown... Member of CIAA indoor and outdoor men's track and field champions...An All-CIAA track and field member...2009: Ran 6 times for 16 yards...Had one reception for 17 yards...A member of the CIAA indoor and outdoor men's track and field champions...An All-CIAA discus thrower...2008: One total tackle...HIGH SCHOOL: White Oak...MAJOR: Criminal Justice...HOMETOWN: Jacksonville, NC...PERSONAL: 5-11 and 220 pounds.

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Alexander Tucker Placekicker No. 40 Soph. Jadarius Dean Offensive Lineman No. 75 Soph.

2010: All-CIAA rookie selection...Made 8 of 12 field goals including 3 of 6 between 40 and 49 yards...Booted a 46-yard field goal vs. then nationallyranked Winston-Salem State on Oct. 9 to set a modern school record...Later nailed the game-clinching field goal vs. WSSU from 42 yards...Named CIAA specialty player of the week after WSSU contest...Made a season-high three field goals vs. Fayetteville State on Oct. 2 including a 41-yarder...Had three games of two field goals..HIGH SCHOOL: Union County...MAJOR: Undecided...HOMETOWN: Union, SC...PERSONAL: 5-11 and 170 pounds.

2010: All-CIAA rookie selection...Named CIAA lineman of the week and CIAA rookie of the week after his performance vs. Fayetteville State on Oct. 2...The top blocker on an offensive line that opened holes for CIAA offensive player of the year Walter Sanders, who rushed for 243 yards in a homecoming win over Fayetteville State...HIGH SCHOOL: Baldwin... MAJOR: Undecided...HOMETOWN: Milledgeville, GA...PERSONAL: 6 -3 and 265 pounds.

Anthony Harris Defensive End

No. 90 Sr.

Joe Reed Defensive End

No. 58 Jr.

2010: Ranked eighth in tackles for loss (13) and tied for 12th in sacks (4.5) in the CIAA...Had 39 total tackles, one interception, six quarterback hurries, four pass breakups, five passes defended and one fumble recovery...Recorded 1.5 sacks vs. Saint Paul's on Sept. 18...2009: Seven tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss...HIGH SCHOOL: Westside...MAJOR: Sports Management...HOMETOWN: Anderson, SC...PERSONAL: 63 and 250 pounds.

2010: All-CIAA second team pick...Ranked fourth in CIAA in sacks (6.5) and 12th in tackles for loss (11.5)...Finished season with 29 total tackles, two pass breakups, two passes defended, a team-high seven quarterback hurries, and one blocked kick...Recorded two sacks and two quarterback hurries vs. Fayetteville State on Oct. 2...Collected two sacks and two quarterback hurries vs. Livingstone on Oct. 30...Had one sack, two quarterback hurries and one pass breakup vs. Shaw on Nov. 6...HIGH SCHOOL: Wakefield... MAJOR: Sports Management...HOMETOWN: Raleigh, NC...PERSONAL: 6-3 and 250 pounds.

Rory Nixon Offensive Lineman

No. 65 Jr.

Anthony Coleman Defensive Lineman

No. 92 Jr.

2010: Switched from guard to center...Helped anchor an offensive line which helped tailback Walter Sanders gain CIAA offensive player of the year honors...With Nixon at center, offense averaged 28.3 points and 318.5 total offensive yards including 1 52 .6 on t h e gr ou nd ...2 009 : Pl aye d g uar d f or t he Falcons...HIGH SCHOOL: Hampton... MAJOR: Business Administration...HOMETOWN: Hampton, VA...PERSONAL: 6 -2 and 260 pounds.

2010: Had 32 total tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, two sacks, one interception, one pass breakup...2009: 12 total tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, one sack...HIGH SCHOOL: SW DeKalb...MAJOR: Engineering...HOMETOWN: Decatur, GA...PERSONAL: 6-1 and 300 pounds.

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SEASON OUTLOOK

Coming off a record-setting football season, Saint Augustine's College is shooting for even better results in 2011. The Falcons bring back 40 lettermen from last year's 9-2 squad which set a modern school season record for wins and took home the Pioneer Bowl Trophy after thumping nationallyranked Fort Valley State 20-9. It is believed to be the first postseason appearance and victory for the Falcons, who plan to use the win as a springboard for another serious run at the CIAA championship. The Falcons were one victory away from the CIAA title game last season. At one point, they won seven consecutive games including a 40-35 win over then nationally-ranked and unbeaten Winston-Salem State. Going into the regularseason finale against Shaw, the Falcons were 19th in the AFCA Division II national rankings. To build off last season's success, the Falcons need repeat performances from several top flight players. Three All-CIAA players return including Tyron Laughinghouse (Jr./Greenville, N.C.), Chaz Robinson (Soph./Hampton, Va.) and Anthony Harris (Sr./Raleigh, N.C.). Laughinghouse, a double threat at wide receiver and kick returner, led the CIAA and ranked sixth in Division II in kickoff return average (29.5 ypr) while leading the Falcons in touchdown receptions (6). Robinson, a linebacker, led all CIAA freshmen in tackles per game (8.2) and ranked sixth in the league overall. In addition to being an All-CIAA selection, Robinson also made the All-CIAA rookie team. Harris, a defensive end, was fourth in the CIAA in sacks (6.5). Laughinghouse is part of an offensive unit which averaged 28.3 points and 318.5 total offensive yards. The Falcons will miss CIAA offensive player of the year Walter Sanders, who ranked among the Division II leaders in rushing with 1,377 yards, and tight end Jone' Harris, who was named Pioneer Bowl MVP after catching two touchdown passes in the bowl win. The bulk of the offense is back, however, including Joaquin Green (R-Jr./Pittsboro, N.C.), Teddy Bacote (R-Soph./ Hampton, Va.), Rowdy Batchelor (Sr./Jacksonville, N.C.), Jamain Smith (Sr./Kenansville, N.C.) Rory Nixon (Jr./ Hampton, Va.) and Jadarius Dean (Soph./Milledgeville, Ga.). Green threw for over 1,000 yards and 10 touchdowns while completing 50 percent of his passes. Bacote was 3-0 as a starter when Green was injured and finished the season with nine touchdown passes and one

interception. Bacote tossed two touchdown passes and Green added one in the Pioneer Bowl victory. Batchelor was the lead blocker at fullback for Sanders, while Nixon, a center, and Dean, a guard, anchored the offensive line. Dean was named to the All-CIAA rookie team. The steady Smith led the Falcons last season with 39 receptions and 540 receiving yards. Defensively, the Falcons are tough up front with Harris and Joe Reed (Jr./Anderson, S.C.) at defensive end and Anthony Coleman (Jr./Decatur, Ga.) in the interior. The Falcons expect a breakout year from Reed, a talented player ranked eighth in the CIAA in tackles for loss (13) last season. The secondary is almost intact with the return of Dedrick Early (Sr./Warner Robins, Ga.), Jamil Berry (Sr./Fayetteville, Ga.) and Kevin Jones (R-Soph./Warner Robins, Ga.). The Falcons should be dangerous on special teams. In Laughinghouse and Newton Miller III (R-Soph./York, Pa.), the Falcons have two of the most explosive returners in the CIAA and the nation. Miller, an All-CIAA rookie pick, ranked seventh in the CIAA in kick return average (22.7 rpg) last season. He returned the opening kickoff 83 yards against Saint Paul's. Jermaine Jones (Soph./Wilmington, N.C.), and Franklin James (R-Soph./ Hampton, Va.) are great coverage guys on kickoffs and punts, and Jones is also a gifted receiver. Alexander Tucker (Soph./Union, S.C.), another All-CIAA rookie selection, set a modern school record with a 46-yard field goal against Winston-Salem State. He later nailed a 42yarder to clinch the victory over WSSU. If the Falcons avoid major injuries and big plays against them, they can duplicate last year's success and then some.

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GAME 1: AT VIRGINIA UNION

RICHMOND, VA -- HOVEY FIELD -- 6 P.M.

GAME 2: VS. CATAWBA

RALEIGH, NC -- TBA -- 1 :30 P.M.

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SEPT. 3

General Name: Virginia Union University Location: Richmond, VA Nickname: Panthers School Colors: Maroon & Steel Founded: 1865 Enrollment: 1,700 Stadium: Hovey Field (10,000/Natural Grass) Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) President: Dr. Claude G. Perkins Athletic Director: Michael Bailey Sports Information Director: Jim Junot SID Office Number: (804) 342-1493 Head Coach: Michael Bailey Record At VUU: 9-11 (Third Season) Career Record: 9-11 (Third Season) Team Record 2010: 3-7 overall, 3-4 CIAA Northern (Tied-4th) Basic Offense: Pro-Style Basic Defense: 4-3 Returning Lettermen: 11/11 Returning Offensive Starters: 8 Returning Defensive Starters: 6 Returning Statistical Leaders

Rushing: Jerell Washington Passing: Cheston Hickman Receiving: Matias Parker Tackles: TFL/Yds Brian Smith 0/0 GP 10 GP 7 GP 7 GP 10 Att. 149 Att. 131 Yds 817 Yds 924 TD 9 TD 8 TD 2 Avg. 5.5 Comp. 57 Avg 7.7 Pct. 43.5 Avg/G 7.7 QBS 0

General Name: Catawba College Location: Salisbury, NC Nickname: Indians School Colors: Navy Blue and White Founded: 1851 Enrollment: 1,000 Stadium: Shuford Stadium (4,500/Natural Grass) Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: South Atlantic Conference President: Dr. Joseph B. Oxendine Athletic Director: Dennis Davidson Sports Information Director: Jim Lewis SID Office Number: (704) 637-4720 Head Coach: Chip Hester Record At Catawba: 63-34 (9 years) Career Record: 63-34 (9 years) Team Record 2010: 6-4 overall, 4-3 SAC Basic Offense: Pro I Basic Defense: 4-3 Returning Lettermen: 34/12 Returning Offensive Starters: 5 Returning Defensive Starters: 9 Returning Statistical Leaders

Rushing: GP Josh Wright Attempts 10 Yards 153 Pct. 12 Rec. 42 Solo 27 Yds 66.7 Yds 686 Assist 46 Avg. 687 Int 162 Avg 16.3 Total 73 TD 4.5 TD 1 Avg/G 68.6 Int 0

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Int Passing: GP Comp. Att. 8 Daniel Griffith 5 8 Receiving: Geron Bryant Tackles: GP 10

3 TD 5 QBS 2

Rec. Yds 7 54 Solo 33

Assist Total Int 11 44 1

GP TFL/Yds Cory Johnson 10 2/-17

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GAME 3: AT NEW HAVEN

WEST HAVEN, CT -- DELLACAMERA STADIUM -- 1 P.M.

GAME 4: VS. LINCOLN (PA)

RALEIGH, NC -- TBA -- 1:30 P.M.

SEPT. 10

SEPT. 24

General Name: University of New Haven Location: West Haven, Conn. Nickname: Chargers School Colors: Blue & Gold Founded: 1920 Enrollment: 6,000 Stadium: Ralph F. DellaCamera Stadium (3,500/Artificial Sprinturf) Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 President: Dr. Steven H. Kaplan Athletic Director: Deborah Chin Director of Athletics Communication: Andy Beardsley SID Office Number: (203) 932-7025 Head Coach: Peter Rossomando Record at UNH: 13-7 (3rd Season) Career Record: 13-7 (3rd Season) Team Record 2010: 8-2 overall, 6-2 Northeast-10 Basic Offense: Single Back Basic Defense: Multiple Lettermen Returning/Lost: N/A Returning Offensive Starters: 10 Returning Defensive Starters: 11 Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing: Victor Jones Passing: Ryan Osiecki GP 9 Attempts 201 Pct. 56.8 Yds 465 528 Assist 17 Yards 1,021 Yds 1,861 Avg 15.5 12.9 Total 53 Avg. 5.1 Int 6 Avg/G 58.1 52.8 Int 7 TD 11 TD 16 TD 6 4 QBS 0

General Name: Lincoln (Pa.) University Location: Lincoln University, Pa. Nickname: Lions School Colors: Blue and Orange Founded: Enrollment: 2,649 Stadium: Avon Grove High School (2,500/Synthetic Turf) Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) President: Dr. Ivory V. Nelson Athletic Director: Dianthia Ford-Kee Sports Information Director: TBA SID Office Number: (484) 365-7384 Head Coach: O.J. Abanishe Record at LUP: 5-25 (4th Season) Career Record: 5-25 (4th Season) Team Record 2010: 1-9 overall, 0-7 CIAA Northern Division Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: 3-3-5 Returning Lettermen/Lost: 35/8 Returning Offensive Starters: 9 Returning Defensive Starters: 9 Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing: GP Laquan Williams 8 D'Ante Smith 10 Attempts 97 76 Pct. 44.0 Yds 633 Assist 19 Yards 247 240 Yds 1,211 Avg 15.4 Total 67 Avg. 2.5 3.2 Int 12 Avg/G 63.3 Int 0 TD 3 1 TD 9 TD 6 QBS 3

GP Comp. Att. 10 155 273 Rec. 30 41

Receiving: GP Sharieff Hall 8 Demetrius Ellison10 Tackles:

Passing: GP Comp. Att. Laquan Williams 8 106 241 Receiving: GP Matthew Coston 10 Tackles: GP TFL/Yds Brandon McElwee10 15.0/-69 Rec. 41 Solo 48

GP Solo TFL/Yds Desmond Anderson 9 36 1.0/-1

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GAME 5: VS. FAYETTEVILLE STATE

FAYETTEVILLE, NC -- JERALDS STADIUM -- 6 P.M.

GAME 6: WINSTON-SALEM STATE

RALEIGH, NC -- TBA -- 1:30 P.M.

OCT. 1

OCT. 8

General Name: Fayetteville State University Location: Fayetteville, NC Nickname: Broncos School Colors: Royal Blue & Lilly White Founded: 1867 Enrollment: 6,632 Stadium: Luther Nick Jeralds Stadium (7,500/ Artificial Grass) Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Chancellor: Dr. James A. Anderson Athletic Director: Dr. Edward McLean Sports Information Director: Adrian Ferguson

General Name: Winston-Salem State University Location: Winston-Salem, NC Nickname: Rams School Colors: Red and White Founded: 1892 Enrollment: 6,442 Stadium: Bowman Gray Stadium (18,000/Natural Grass) Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Chancellor: Donald J. Reaves, Ph.D. Athletic Director: William "Bill" Hayes Interim Athletic Media Relations Director: Trevin Goodwin

SID Office Number: (910) 672-1254

Head Coach: Kenny Phillips Record At FSU: 69-49 (11 years) Career Record: 69-49 (11 years) Team Record 2010: 5-5 overall, 4-3 CIAA Southern Basic Offense: Pro Style Basic Defense: 353 Returning Lettermen/Lost: 51/9 Returning Offensive Starters: 7 Returning Defensive Starters: 6 Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing: GP Anthony Council 6 Passing: None Attempts 28 Pct. Yards 203 Yds Avg. 7.2 Int TD 2 TD

SID Office Number:

Head Coach: Connell Maynor Record At Catawba: 8-2 (1 year) Career Record: 8-2 (1 year) Team Record 2010: 8-2 overall, 5-2 CIAA Southern Basic Offense: Multiple Pro Basic Defense: Multiple Returning Lettermen/Lost: 50/35 Returning Offensive Starters: 10 Returning Defensive Starters: 6 Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing: Nic Cooper GP 10 Attempts 184 Pct. 62.1 Yds 608 Assist 31 Yards 1,134 Yds 162 Avg 16.0 Total 67 Avg. 6.2 Int 9 Avg/G 67.6 Int 0 TD 15 TD 20 TD 5 QBS 3

GP Comp. Att.

Passing: GP Comp. Att. Kameron Smith 10 113 182 Receiving: GP Tevin Brantley 9 Tackles: GP TFL/Yds Alton Keaton 10 8.5/-33 Rec. 38 Solo 36

Receiving: GP LaMarcus Bond 7 Tackles: GP TFL/Yds Aaron Lyles 10 6.0/-17

Rec. 21 Solo 44

Yds 295 Assist 26

Avg 14.0 Total 70

Avg/G 42.1 Int 6

TD 3 PB 9

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GAME 7: AT WEST GEORGIA

CARROLLTON, GA-- UNIVERSITY STADIUM -- 2 P.M.

GAME 8: JOHNSON C. SMITH

RALEIGH, NC -- TBA -- 2 P.M.

OCT. 15

OCT. 22

General Name: University of West Georgia Location: Carrollton, GA Nickname: Wolves School Colors: Blue and Red Founded: 1906 Enrollment: 11,250 Stadium: University Stadium (Ra-Lin Field) (9,500/ Natural Grass) Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Gulf South Conference President: Dr. Beheruz N. Sethna Athletic Director: Daryl Dickey Sports Information Director: Mitch Gray SID Office Number: 678-839-6542 Head Coach: Daryl Dickey

Record at West Georgia: 4-26 (3 years) Career Record: 32-41 (7 years) Team Record 2010: 3-7 overall, 2-6 Gulf Coast Conference Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: Multiple

Returning Lettermen/Lost: 42/12 Returning Offensive Starters: 8 Returning Defensive Starters: 7 Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing: GP Yusuf Holloway 10 James Kennebrew10 Passing: None Attempts 140 88 Pct. Yards 411 393 Yds Avg. 3.7 4.5 Int TD 3 3 TD

General Name: Johnson C. Smith University Location: Charlotte, NC Nickname: Golden Bulls School Colors: Navy & Gold Founded: 1867 Enrollment: 1,350 Stadium: Irwin Belk Complex (4,500/Natural Grass) Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: CIAA President: Dr. Ronald L. Carter Athletic Director: Stephen Joyner, Sr. Sports Information Director: Lamont Hinson SID Office Number: (704) 378-1118 Head Coach: Steven B. Aycock Record at JCSU: 5-15 (3rd year) Career Record: 5-15 (3rd year) Team Record 2010: 2-8 overall, 1-6 CIAA Southern (5th place) Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: 4-4 Letterman Returning/Lost: 21/32 Returning Offensive Starters: 12 Returning Defensive Starters: 9 Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing: GP Joshua James 10 Dedrick Anderson10 Passing: None Attempts 72 41 Pct. Yards 280 201 Yds Avg. 3.9 4.9 Int TD 4 0 TD

GP Comp. Att.

GP Comp. Att.

Receiving: GP Arkeem French 9 Tackles:

Rec. 40

Yds 503 Assist 24

Avg 12.6 Total 62

Avg/G 55.9 Int 1

TD 6 QBS 0

Receiving: GP Dedrick Anderson 10 Tackles:

Rec. 18

Yds 221 Assist 23

Avg 12.3 Total 51

Avg/G 22.1 Int 0

TD 1 Sacks 0

GP Solo TFL/Yds Manny Rodriguez 10 38 1.0/-1

GP Solo TFL/Yds Michael Coats 10 28 1.5/-1

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GAME 9: LIVINGSTONE

RALEIGH, NC -- TBA -- 1:30 P.M.

GAME 10: AT SHAW

DURHAM, NC-- DURHAM COUNTY STADIUM -- 1 P.M.

OCT. 29

N0V. 5

General Name: Livingstone College Location: Salisbury, NC Nickname: Blue Bears School Colors: Columbia Blue and Black Founded: 1879 Enrollment: 1,100 Stadium: Alumni Memorial Stadium (6,000/Natural Grass) Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: CIAA President: Dr. Jimmy R. Jenkins, Sr. Athletic Director: TBD Sports Information Director: Ricky Rogers SID Office Number: (704) 216-6179 Head Coach: Elvin James Record at LC: 0-11 (2nd Year) Career Record: 0-11 (2nd year) Team Record 2010: 0-11 overall, 0-7 CIAA Southern (6th place) Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: 4-3 Letterman Returning/Lost: 16/10 Returning Offensive Starters: 7 Returning Defensive Starters: 6

General Name: Shaw University Location: Raleigh, NC Nickname: Bears School Colors: Maroon & White Founded: 1865 Enrollment: 2,444 Stadium: Durham County Stadium (8,000/Field Turf) Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: CIAA President: Dr. Irma McClaurin Athletic Director: Alfonza L. Carter Sports Information Director: Sherri Fillingham SID Office Number: (919) 546-8250 Head Coach: Darrell Asberry Record at Shaw: 37-18 (Five Seasons) Career Record: 37-18 (Five Seasons) Team Record 2010: 9-3 overall, 7-0 CIAA Southern (1st place) Basic Offense: Spread Basic Defense: Multiple 4-2-5 Lettermen Returning/Lost: N/A Returning Offensive Starters: 4 Returning Defensive Starters: 6

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing: GP Terrill Gourdine 9 Attempts 63 Pct. 46.5 Yds 277 32 Assist 19 Yards 187 Yds 406 Avg/C 10.7 3.2 Total 57 Avg/C 3.0 Int 10 Avg/G 25.2 2.9 Int 2 TD 0 TD 2 TD 0 3 Rushing: Antonio Dunn Passing: None Receiving: Tyrone Craig Bobby Holiday

Returning Statistical Leaders GP 10 Attempts 59 Pct. Yards 324 Yds Avg/C 5.5 Int TD 4 TD

Passing: GP Comp. Att. Levon Stanley 9 59 127 Receiving: GP Anthony Holland 11 Jamel Moore 11 Tackles: Rec. 26 10

GP Comp. Att.

GP 12 9

Rec. 30 8

Yds 532 164 Assist 40 33

Avg/C 17.7 20.5 Total 67 63

Avg/G 44.3 18.2 Int 0 3

TD 8 1 Sacks 3.5 0

GP Solo TFL/Yds Devonta Harmon11 38 0

Sacks Tackles: 0 Charles Deas Rico Brown

GP Solo TFL/Yds 12 27 17.0/53 12 30 1.0/0

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2010 SEASON REVIEW

GAME 1: SAINT AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 20 CATAWBA COLLEGE 17 (Sept. 4)

SALISBURY, N.C. ­ For the second time in three years, Saint Augustine's College surprised Catawba College 20-17 in the Indians' home football opener at Shuford Stadium. Two years ago, the Falcons topped the Indians 14-7 at Shuford Stadium to snap the Indians' 13-game win streak in home openers. They became the first CIAA team to defeat the Indians. The Falcons won again this year behind two touchdown passes by Joaquin Green (Redshirt Soph./Pittsboro, NC) and a defense which held firm late. It all added up to a victory for the Falcons in their season opener. "Our guys didn't quit," Falcon Head Coach Michael Costa said. "I see some fight in the guys. And we do have talent. We got some guys that can make some big plays. The good thing is they made the big plays at the right time." Walter Sanders (Sr./Baltimore, Md.) clinched the big win with a 23-yard scoring run on fourth down and inches. His touchdown with 2:04 left sealed the win for the Falcons. The Indians (0-1) scored on a late drive with 14 seconds left to pull within three points. Charles McKenzie (Sr./Warner Robins, GA) of the Falcons recovered the anticipated onside kick and the Falcons ran out the clock. Green, the 2009 CIAA offensive rookie of the year, was efficient at quarterback. He completed 14 of 22 passes for 202 yards. He tossed touchdown passes to Jone' Harris (Sr./ Fairfield, CA) and Jamain Smith (Jr./Kenansville, NC), whose 25-yard catch with 9:05 remaining in the fourth quarter gave the Falcons a 14-10 lead which they kept for good. Harris finished with five receptions for 87 yards including a 10 -yard touchdown grab. Sanders rushed 17 times for a teamhigh 60 yards. Defensively, preseason All-CIAA linebacker Steven Stanback (Sr./Temple Hills, MD) led the Falcons with 14 tackles. Linebacker Mark Hall (Sr./Suitland, MD) added nine tackles and Jamil Berry (Jr./Jonesboro, GA) had an interception. The Indians opened the second half with a 43-yard field goal by Thomas Trexler to extend their lead to 10-6. The Falcons responded with an impressive drive which led to Green's touchdown pass to Smith.

GAME 2: MARS HILL COLLEGE 41 SAINT AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 12 (Sept. 11)

RALEIGH, N.C. ­ Tailback Walter Sanders (Sr./Baltimore, Md.) rushed for 125 yards on 27 carries and scored two touchdowns for Saint Augustine's College, but Mars Hill College came away with a 41-12 non-conference victory at Broughton High School Stadium. The rushing yards were the most for Sanders since he gained 128 yards on 23 carries against Mars Hill in a 20-14 loss in 2009. Though the Lions (2-1 overall) failed to contain Sanders, they overcame his rushing output by gaining 357 offensive yards and taking advantage of five Falcon turnovers. The Lions scored off one turnover ­ a five-yard fumble recovery by Vernan Frett ­ to take a 34-0 lead early in the third quarter. The Lions extended the lead to 41-0 before Sanders put the Falcons (1-1 overall) on the scoreboard with two short scoring runs in the fourth quarter. Sanders was the main bright spot for the Falcons, but Tyron Laughinghouse (Soph./Greenville, N.C.) gained 44 yards on two kickoff returns and Newton Miller III (Redshirt Fr./York, Pa.) gained 85 yards on four kickoff returns to excite the proFalcon crowd in the home opener. Linebacker Chaz Robinson (Fr./Hampton, Va.) led the Falcons with eight tackles and linebacker Steven Stanback (Sr./Temple Hills, Md.) added six tackles and a fumble recovery. Jon Richt paced the Lions with five touchdown passes including three to P.J. Gore, who caught four passes for 127 yards. Richt completed 11 of 19 passes for 220 yards. Maurice Harris led the Lions with nine tackles.

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GAME 3: SAINT AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 31 SAINT PAUL'S COLLEGE 7 (Sept. 18) GAME 4: SAINT AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 52 LINCOLN (PA.) UNIVERSITY 21 (Sept. 25)

WEST GROVE, Pa. - Saint Augustine's College is off to its best start in five years after routing Lincoln (Pa.) University 52-21 Saturday at Avon Grove High School Stadium. The win pushed the Falcons to 3-1 overall and stretched their football winning streak to two games. Most importantly, they are 2-0 in the CIAA Southern Division with an important division game against defending CIAA champion Fayetteville State coming up Saturday (Oct. 2) on Homecoming Day at Broughton High Stadium. The Falcons haven't opened the season this fast since 2005, when they were unbeaten after four games. They went on to post an 8-2 mark that season, their best record since 2002. RALEIGH, N.C. ­ Newton Miller III (Redshirt Fr./York, Pa.) scored twice and Walter Sanders (Sr./Baltimore, Md.) rushed for 165 yards and a score to spark Saint Augustine's College to an easy 31-7 victory over Saint Paul's College Saturday in the CIAA football opener for both teams at Broughton High School Stadium. The win raised the Falcons' record to 2-1 overall. The Tigers stayed winless at 0-3. Miller took the opening kickoff 83 yards for a touchdown to give the Falcons a 7-0 lead. His 32-yard touchdown run in the third quarter was the game's final score. Sanders dominated in between Miller's scores. The 5-foot-11, 210-pound tailback gained a huge chunk of his yards on a 65yard touchdown scamper to open the second quarter. His score stretched the Falcons' lead to 21-7. Sanders rushed for over 100 yards for the second consecutive week. The school's career rushing leader since 2002, Sanders helped the Falcons rush for a whopping 220 yards. The Falcons also scored on a 31-yard touchdown pass from Joaquin Green (Redshirt Soph./Pittsboro, N.C.) to Jone' Harris (Sr./Fairfield, Calif.) and a 21-yard field goal by Alexander Tucker (Fr./Union, S.C.). Green completed seven of 13 passes for 95 yards. The defense also contributed as linebackers Mark Hall (Sr./ Suitland, Md.), Steven Stanback (Sr./Temple Hills, Md.) and Chaz Robinson (Fr./Hampton, Va.) combined for 30 tackles including a game-high 11 by Hall. The Falcons wasted little time against the Lions, who dropped to 1-3 overall and 0-2 in the CIAA Northern Division. The lead was 32-7 by halftime, and the Falcons went on to record their highest point total since 2002. Walter Sanders (Sr./Baltimore, Md.), the CIAA's rushing leader, continued his string of 100-yard games. His 64-yard touchdown run in the first quarter set the tone for the Falcons. He finished with 15 carries for 111 yards, becoming the first Falcon runner in the modern era to reach the century mark three consecutive contests. The Falcons scored 26 points in the second quarter to turn the game into a rout. After Alexander Tucker (Fr./Union, S.C.) added a 21-yard field goal, Jeremy Banks (Fr./Montgomery, AL) blocked a punt which Shonquez Nelson (Fr./Lake City, S.C.) recovered off the bounce and scored on a 10-yard return for a 16-0 lead. Deonte Toliver (Soph./Gaithersburg, Md.) exploded 44 yards for another Falcon touchdown before the Lions finally scored on an 80-yard pass from Laquan Williams to Anthony Wilson. Tucker booted a 39-yard field goal for a 32 -7 Falcon lead at halftime. Joaquin Green (Redshirt Soph./Pittsboro, N.C.) connected with Tyron Laughinghouse (Soph./Greenville, N.C.) for a 63yard touchdown to begin the third quarter. Backup quarterback Teddy Bacote (Redshirt Fr./Hampton, Va.) added two touchdown passes - one to Brian Richards (Fr./Waldorf, Md.) and the other to Jermaine Jones (Fr./Wilmington, N.C.) - in the second half to round out the scoring for the Falcons. Green completed 7 of 11 passes for 160 yards.

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GAME 5: SAINT AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 42 FAYETTEVILLE STATE 36 UNIV. (Oct. 2) GAME 6: SAINT AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 40 WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIV. 35 (Oct. 9)

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. ­ Saint Augustine's College pulled off possibly its biggest win since restarting football in 2002 with a 40-35 victory over nationally-ranked and previously unbeaten Winston-Salem State at Bowman Gray Stadium. CIAA rushing leader Walter Sanders (Sr./Baltimore, Md.) rushed for 121 yards and scored two touchdowns on 34 carries and the Falcons (5-1 overall, 4-0 CIAA) forced six turnovers to gain first place in the CIAA's Southern Division. The win was also the first in five tries against the Rams since 2002, and extended their current winning streak to four games The Rams (6-1, 4-1 CIAA) entered the contest unbeaten and looking unbeatable. They were ranked 17th nationally in Division II and ranked first in several league categories but none of that mattered to the Falcons, who have scored 30 or more points in four consecutive games. The Falcons, aggressive from the outset, capitalized on six turnovers to take a 30-7 halftime lead. Linebacker Steven Stanback (Sr./Temple Hills, Md.) led the way with two interceptions and a fumble recoveriy to go along with 10 tackles. Linebacker Mark Hall (Sr./Suitland, Md.) added seven tackles. Sanders capped the opening drive of the third quarter with a 25-yard run to make the score 37-7. The Rams scored late in the third quarter to cut the deficit to 37-14. Nicolas Cooper scored on a short run to pull the Rams within 37-21. But just when momentum appeared to turn in the Rams' favor, defensive lineman Romeo Deloatch (Fr./ Hampton, Va.) intercepted a tipped pass in Falcon territory. It was the Rams sixth turnover. The Rams kept clawing away down the stretch. Smith hit Dominique Fitzgerald for a 51-yard touchdown pass. Smith passed to Tyrone Goldston for the two-point conversion to close the score to 37-29 with 6:45 left in the game. The Falcons relied on Sanders to run out the clock as they moved the ball inside Ram territory. Tucker booted the game-clinching 42-yard field goal to push the score to 40-29 Falcons with 1:40 left.

RALEIGH, N.C. - Saint Augustine's College defeated Fayetteville State 42-36 in a CIAA game at Broughton High School. The victory was on Homecoming Day before a crowd of approximately 4,125 mostly pro-Falcon fans including current students and alumni. It avenged a 56-6 drubbing last year at the hands of the Broncos, the defending CIAA champions. Led by the running of Walter Sanders (Sr./Baltimore, Md.), the Falcons made sure the Broncos would not derail them this year. Sanders had his second best day as a Falcon, carrying 30 times for a season-high 243 yards and three touchdowns. He almost broke his school record of 262 yards against Chowan University set in 2008. The Falcons started fast in the first quarter. Joaquin Green (Redshirt Soph./Pittsboro) found Jone' Harris (Sr./Fairfield, Calif.) for a 23-yard touchdown pass on the opening drive for a 6-0 lead. The margin stretched to 19-0 in the first quarter following two long touchdown runs by Sanders. He scored from 41 and 70 yards to the crowd's delight. The Broncos pulled within 35-29, but Sanders scored his third touchdown on the day - a 7-yard run - for a 42-29 lead with six minutes left in the game. The Broncos scored a touchdown with 18 seconds left in the game but the Falcons recovered the onside kick which sealed the victory. The win was the third in a row for the Falcons, who stayed unbeaten in the CIAA (3-0).

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GAME 7: SAINT AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 21 CENTRAL STATE UNIVERSITY 14 (Oct. 16)

WILBERFORCE, Ohio - Saint Augustine's College needed a late defensive stand to edge Central State 21-14 in a nonconference football game at McPherson Stadium. With three regular-season games left, the Falcons (6-1 overall) are assured of their first winning season since 2005. After big wins over Fayetteville State and Winston-Salem State the previous two weeks, the Falcons had their hands full against Central State (1-6). The Marauders had first-and-goal at the Falcons' five-yard line late the fourth quarter, but the Falcons stopped them with 59 seconds left in the game. Steven Stanback (Sr./Temple Hills, Md.) of the Falcons made the key play, tackling Josh Anderson for a four-yard loss on third down. The Marauders threw an incomplete pass in the end zone on fourth down. The tackle capped another outstanding effort from Stanback, who collected a game-high 13 tackles including three tackles for loss and one interception. Stanback led a defense which forced three turnovers and made several big plays in holding the Marauders to 268 total offensive yards. Mark Hall (Sr./ Suitland, Md.) added nine tackles. Tailback Walter Sanders was an offensive force for the Falcons. He rushed 27 times for 147 yards and a touchdown, marking his sixth consecutive game over 100 yards. Sanders. the CIAA's rushing leader, is only 31 yards away from becoming the school's first 1,000-yard rusher in the modern era. The Marauders intercepted a pass on the game's second play, leading to a one-yard run by Josh Anderson for a surprising 7-0 lead. The Falcons turned to Sanders early in the second quarter and he responded with two long runs, the second one being a 31-yard jaunt for a touchdown which tied the score at 7-7. Sanders' touchdown started a string of 21 unawswered points for the Falcons in the second quarter. Teddy Bacote (Redshirt Fr./Hampton, Va.), starting in place of Green, scored on a one-yard run and tossed a 10-yard touchdown pass to Tyron Laughinghouse (Soph./Greenville, N.C.) to put the Falcons ahead 21-7 at halftime. Dedrick Early's (Jr./Warner Robins, Ga.) long return off a blocked field goal led to Bacote's short scoring run, and Chris Tucker's (Sr./Hampton, Va.) fumble recovery set up Bacote's scoring pass to Laughinghouse.

GAME 8: SAINT AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 34 JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIV. 24 (Oct. 23)

CHARLOTTE, N.C. ­ No. 24th ranked Saint Augustine's College, led by 208 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 33 carries by Walter Sanders (Sr./Baltimore, Md.) opened a 21-0 first-quarter lead en route to a 34-24 CIAA football victory over Johnson C. Smith Saturday at Irvin Belk Complex. With the win, the Falcons (7-1 overall, 5-0 CIAA) stayed atop the Southern Division standings with two regular-season games left. Sanders, the CIAA rushing leader and the nation's thirdleading rusher, became the school's first 1,000-yard runner in a season during the modern era. In surpassing the milestone, Sanders gained over 100 yards for the seventh straight game. Teddy Bacote (Redshirt Fr./Hampton, Va.), starting the second straight game in place of injured Joaquin Green (Redshirt Soph./Pittsboro, N.C.), completed 11-of-17 passes for 177 yards and one touchdown. Five passes went to Tyron Laughinghouse (Soph./Greenville, N.C.) for 108 yards and one touchdown. On defense, linebacker Steven Stanback (Sr./Temple Hills, Md.) had another outstanding day. Stanback had a game-high 10 tackles with one interception. Sanders gained 122 yards and three touchdowns on 13 carries in the first half to lift the Falcons to a 28-3 lead at halftime. Needing 31 yards to reach 1,000 yards entering the game, Sanders surpassed the mark on the opening drive which he capped with a 13-yard run on fourth down for a 7-0 Falcons lead. On the Falcons' second series, Sanders rambled 45 yards for his second touchdown to stretch the lead to 14-0.

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GAME 9: SAINT AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 33 LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE 0 (Oct. 30)

SALISBURY, N.C. - For one half, 23rd-ranked Saint Augustine's College had its hands full with winless Livingstone College. But the visiting Falcons took charge in the second half for a 33-0 football victory at Alumni Memorial Stadium. With the win, the Falcons tied a school record for season wins in the modern era. More importantly, the Falcons (8-1, 6-0 CIAA) will play Shaw next Saturday for the Southern Division title and a berth in the CIAA Championship Game. Both Saint Augustine's College and Shaw are tied for first in the Southern Division at 6-0. The Falcons capitalized off two of the Blue Bears' four second-half turnovers to surge ahead. Mark Hall (Sr./Temple Hills, Md.) recovered a fumble on the first play from scrimmage in the third quarter which led to a 33-yard touchdown pass from Teddy Bacote (R-Fr./Hampton, Va.) to Tyron Laughinghouse (Soph./Greenville, N.C.) for a 7-0 lead. Dedrick Early (Jr./Warner Robins, Ga.) picked off a pass on the first play of the next series and ran untouched into the end zone from 35 yards to push the lead to 14-0. Alexander Tucker (Fr./Union, S.C.) tacked on a 32-yard field goal to make the score 17-0. In the fourth quarter, Tucker added a 40-yard field goal, CIAA rushing leader Walter Sanders (Sr./Baltimore, Md.) scored on a five-yard run and Brian Richards (Fr./Waldorf, Md.) scored on a 52-yard punt return for the 33-0 final score. The score was tied 0-0 at halftime despite the Falcons outgaining the Blue Bears (0-10, 0-6 CIAA) in total offensive yards (135-52) and winning time of possession (16:51-13:09). But the Blue Bears kept Sanders, the No. 2 leading rusher in Division II, in check, holding him to 27 first-half yards. Bacote did complete 10-of-17 passes for 97 yards and Jone' Harris (Sr./Fairfield, Calif.) grabbed four passes for 49 yards but the Falcons were held scoreless at the half for the first time since Sept. 11 against Mars Hill. The second half was a different story, however, as the Falcons gained their seventh straight win and remained unbeaten in the division. Linebacker Steven Stanback (Sr./ Temple Hills, Md.) led the Falcon defense to their first shutout this season. He amassed a game-high 12 tackles including three tackles for loss and 0.5 sacks. Anthony Harris (Jr./ Raleigh, N.C.) added two sacks and two quarterback hurries.

GAME 10: SHAW UNIVERSITY 10 SAINT AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 6 (Nov. 6)

RALEIGH, N.C. - The crosstown showdown between arch rivals Saint Augustine's College and Shaw University turned into a defensive battle, but the Bears generated enough offense for a 10-6 victory at Broughton High School before 4,528 fans which gave them the CIAA Southern Division title and a spot in the CIAA Championship Game next weekend. The Bears (8-2, 7-0 CIAA) will be in the league title game for the third time in four years. Despite the loss, the Falcons (82, 6-1 CIAA) finished one of their best regular seasons in school history, matching a modern school season record for wins. They entered the game ranked nationally in two Division II polls and ranked seventh in Super Regional One while the Bears were ranked eighth in the region. Raymond Williams of the Bears scored what turned out to be the game-deciding touchdown on a 35-yard run with 3:20 left in the game. The touchdown and extra point came three plays after Rico Brown recovered a fumble on fourth down which stopped a Falcon drive inside the Bears' 30-yard line. On the next series, the Bears intercepted a pass to stop another potential Falcon scoring drive. The Falcons got one more shot after forcing a punt, but a last-gasp pass at midfield fell incomplete. Chaz Robinson (Fr./Hampton, Va.) of the Falcons was the defensive star of the game, amassing a game-high 17 tackles which is a career-high. Steven Stanback (Sr./Temple Hills, Md.) and Anthony Coleman (Soph./Decatur, Ga.) both added seven tackles for the Falcons.

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GAME 11: SAINT AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 20, FORT VALLEY STATE 9 PIONEER BOWL XII - Columbus, GA - McClung Memorial Stadium (Dec. 4)

COLUMBUS, Ga. - Saint Augustine's College scored 14 consecutive points in the second half to defeat No. 22 ranked Fort Valley State University 20-9 for the 2010 Pioneer Bowl championship. The match up was played Saturday at A.J. McClung Memorial Stadium. The Falcons (9-2) set several milestones with the victory. In addition to eclipsing a modern school record for wins, the Falcons won their first Bowl and post season contest in recent memory. The Falcons concluded their best season since the 1930's. The Falcons become the third CIAA team to win the Pioneer Bowl in the event's 12-game history. This was the Falcons' first appearance in the Pioneer Bowl. Senior tight end Jone' Harris was named Pioneer Bowl MVP after catching three passes for 54 yards and two touchdowns for the Falcons. Harris was also selected offensive player of the game. Defensively, senior linebacker Steven Stanback stepped up for the Falcons, totaling 13 tackles. He also amassed 3.0 tackles-for-loss and two sacks. With 1:10 left in the first quarter, Fort Valley State's Courtney Daniel returned a Falcon fumble for a 67-yard touchdown to claim the first score of the evening. The second quarter would remain scoreless until a 14-yard pass from Teddy Bacote to Harris put the Falcons on the board with 21 seconds left in the first half. The PAT, however, was blocked and returned by FVSU to give the Wildcats a 9 6 lead at the half. The Falcons answered early in the second half with a 73-yard pass from Joaquin Green to Jermaine Jones for a 12-9 lead. The Falcons added another touchdown in the fourth quarter when Bacote connected with Harris for a 31-yard score. FVSU, which tied for second in the SIAC, ended the season at 8-3 overall.

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RUSHING Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 RECEIVING Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2008 2009 2010 PASSING Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 PUNTING Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Leader Corey Miller Travoris Carter Kirby Williams Darrell Nesbitt Travoris Carter Arnold Mullins Walter Sanders Walter Sanders Walter Sanders Games 7 10 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 Att. 65 119 110 122 129 169 151 112 277 Yards 122 410 370 500 427 561 840 527 1,377 YPC TDs 1.9 0 3.4 3 3.4 0 4.1 5 3.3 5 3.3 4 5.6 6 4.7 6 5.0 15

Leader Jay Chapman Jay Chapman Andre Brown Eddie Montgomery Andre McGlone Tim Lovick Jamain Smith Walter Sanders Tyron Laughinghouse Jamain Smith

Games 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 11

Rec. 28 36 36 38 19 21 15 15 34 39

Yards 430 412 388 829 174 439 152 135 527 540

YPC TDs 15.4 3 11.4 7 10.8 4 21.8 10 9.2 2 20.9 0 10.1 3 9.0 0 15.5 6 13.8 2

Leader Kyle Franklin Darrell Nesbitt Matthew Perry Darrell Nesbitt Duane Smith Kevin Williams Kris Brownlee Joaquin Green Joaquin Green

Games 8 8 8 10 8 8 8 9 8

Att. 171 190 145 262 97 159 119 233 70

Com. 72 108 66 119 49 79 57 113 139

Pct. 42.1 56.8 45.5 45.4 50.5 49.7 47.9 48.5 50.4

Int. 19 5 9 10 8 11 10 10 10

Yards 915 1,407 890 1,751 609 934 730 1,318 1,064

TDs 4 16 8 20 4 5 8 12 10

Leader Delvin Patterson Sintell Crew Sintell Crew Sintell Crew Richard Boone David Cline Chris Vette

Punts 43 48 71 58 68 54 32

Yards 1,424 1,723 2,630 2,269 2,439 1,824 1,061

Avg. 33.1 35.9 37.0 39.1 35.9 33.8 33.2

Long 46 63 72 63 57 59 54

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2009 2010 SCORING Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2009 2010 TACKLES Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 SACKS Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Chris Vette Jone' Harris 37 42 1,187 1,458 32.1 34.7 48 64

Leader Jay Chapman Eddie Montgomery Eddie Montgomery Eddie Montgomery Travoris Carter Adison Daniels Walter Sanders Tyron Laughinghouse Adison Daniels Walter Sanders

TDs 3 8 10 12 5 0 6 7 0 15

PATs 0 0 0 0 1 11 0 0 27 0

FGs 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 5 0

Total 18 48 60 72 32 29 36 42 42 90

Leader Tyrone Pettaway Kevin Jones Tyrone Pettaway Tyrone Pettaway Kevin Jones Andrade Olliver Steven Stanback Mark Hall Steven Stanback

Games 8 10 10 10 10 9 10 10 11

Solo 25 36 63 38 58 28 38 34 47

Assists 37 50 62 55 62 49 37 44 59

Total 62 86 125 93 120 77 75 78 106

Leader Johnny Shuler Johnny Shuler Kente Blount Alex Hall Alex Hall Alex Hall Phillip Stevenson Marcus Crump Anthony Harris

Games 8 10 9 10 10 9 10 10 10

Sacks 3.0 7.5 6.5 6.0 13.0 7.0 10.0 10.0 6.5

Yards 9 52 45 38 82 48 69 67 44

INTERCEPTIONS Year Leader 2002 Alphonso McKibb 2003 Marlin Ellis 2004 Curtonio Marshall 2005 Myron Miller

No. 3 3 3 3

Yards 5 45 26 -5

TDs 0 0 0 0

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2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 Andrade Olliver Charles McKenzie Myron Miller Charles McKenzie Steven Stanback 3 3 2 5 4 79 50 20 47 84 0 0 1 0 0

Former Star Walter Sanders -- 2010 CIAA Offensive Player of the Year

Former Defensive Standout Steven Stanback All-CIAA Linebacker Led Team in Tackles and Interceptions (2010)

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TOTAL OFFENSE Game: 470 Darrell Nesbitt (vs. Winston-Salem State, Nov. 8, 2003) Career: 4,619 Darrell Nesbitt (2003-05) Season: 2,251 Darrell Nesbitt (2005) 1. 2,251 2. 1,782 3. 1,461 4. 1,284 5. 974 RUSHING Game: 262 Career: 2,747 Season: 1,377 1. 1,377 2. 840 3. 561 4. 527 5. 500 Darrell Nesbitt (2005) Darrell Nesbitt (2003) Walter Sanders (2010) Joaquin Green (2009) Kris Brownlee (2008)

Walter Sanders (vs. Chowan, Nov. 1, 2008) Walter Sanders (2007-2010) Walter Sanders (2010) Walter Sanders (2010) Walter Sanders (2008) Arnold Mullins (2007) Walter Sanders (2009) Darrell Nesbitt (2005)

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS Game: 3 Darrell Nesbitt (vs. Johnson C. Smith, Oct. 18, 2003) 3 Walter Sanders (vs. Fayetteville State, Oct. 2, 2010) 3 Walter Sanders (vs. Johnson C. Smith, Oct. 23, 2010) Career: 27 Walter Sanders (2007-10) Season: 15 Walter Sanders (2010) 1. 15 2. 7 3. 6 3. 6 5. 5 5. 5 Walter Sanders (2010) Darrell Nesbitt (2003) Walter Sanders (2009) Walter Sanders (2008) Darrell Nesbitt (2005) Travoris Carter (2006)

RUSHING YARDS IN A GAME 1. 262 Walter Sanders (vs. Chowan, Nov. 1, 2008) 2. 243 Walter Sanders (vs. Fayetteville State, Oct. 2, 2010) 3. 208 Walter Sanders (vs. Johnson C. Smith, Oct. 23, 2010) 4. 165 Walter Sanders (vs. St. Paul's, Sept. 18, 2010) 5. 153 Walter Sanders (vs. Livingstone, Oct. 18, 2008)

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AVERAGE YARDS PER CARRY Game: 10.1 Walter Sanders (vs. Chowan, Nov. 1, 2008) Career: 4.97 Walter Sanders (2007-2010, 552 carries, 2,747 yards) ­ minimum 100 attempts Season: 5.6 Walter Sanders (2008) PASSING YARDS Game: 380 Darrell Nesbitt (vs. Winston-Salem State, Nov. 8, 2003) Season: 1,751 Darrell Nesbitt (2005) Career: 3,617 Darrell Nesbitt (2003-05) 1. 1,751 2. 1,407 3. 1,318 4. 1,064 5. 934 COMPLETIONS Game: 32 Career: 263 Season: 119 ATTEMPTS Game: 50 Career: 523 Season: 262 Darrell Nesbitt (2005) Darrell Nesbitt (2003) Joaquin Green (2009) Joaquin Green (2010) Kevin Williams (2007)

Darrell Nesbitt (vs. Winston-Salem State, Nov. 8, 2003) Darrell Nesbitt (2003-05) Darrell Nesbitt (2005)

Darrell Nesbitt (vs. Winston-Salem State, Nov. 8, 2003) Darrell Nesbitt (2003-05) Darrell Nesbitt (2005)

TOUCHDOWN PASSES Game: 6 Joaquin Green (vs. Univ. of Charleston, Sept. 5, 2009) Career: 39 Darrell Nesbitt (2003-05) Season: 20 Darrell Nesbitt (2005) 1. 20 2. 16 3. 12 4. 10 5. 9 Darrell Nesbitt (2005) Darrell Nesbitt (2003) Joaquin Green (2009) Joaquin Green (2010) Teddy Bacote (2010)

PASS RECEPTIONS Game: 15 Andre Brown (vs. Winston-Salem State, Nov. 8, 2003) Career: 95 Andre Brown (2002-04) Season: 39 Jamain Smith (2010) 1. 39 2. 38 3. 36 Jamain Smith (2010) Eddie Montgomery (2005) Andre Brown (2004)

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36 4. 34 34 Jay Chapman (2003) Andre Brown (2003) Tyron Laughinghouse (2009)

RECEIVING YARDS Game: 156 Eddie Montgomery (vs. Shaw, Sept 3, 2005, 3 receptions) Career: 1,852 Eddie Montgomery (2003-05) Season: 829 Eddie Montgomery (2005) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 829 540 527 515 508 Eddie Montgomery (2005) Jamain Smith (2010) Tyron Laughinghouse (2009) Eddie Montgomery (2004) Eddie Montgomery (2003)

TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS Game: 3 Darrell Nesbitt (vs. Johnson C. Smith, Oct. 18, 2003) 3 Walter Sanders (vs. Fayetteville State, Oct. 2, 2010) 3 Walter Sanders (vs. Johnson C. Smith, Oct. 23, 2010) Season: 15 Career: 30 1. 15 2. 12 3. 10 4. 8 5. 7 7 7 Walter Sanders (2010) Eddie Montgomery (2003-05) Walter Sanders (2010) Eddie Montgomery (2005) Eddie Montgomery (2004) Eddie Montgomery (2003) Darrell Nesbitt (2003) Jay Chapman (2003) Tyron Laughinghouse (2009)

SCORING POINTS Game: 18 Darrell Nesbitt (vs. Johnson C. Smith, Oct. 18, 2003) 18 Walter Sanders (vs. Fayetteville State, Oct. 2, 2010) 18 Walter Sanders (vs. Johnson C. Smith, Oct. 23, 2010) Career: 180 Season: 90 FIELD GOALS Longest: 46 yards Game: 4 Career: 13 Season: 8 8 Eddie Montgomery (2003-05) Walter Sanders (2010)

Alexander Tucker (vs. Winston-Salem State, Oct. 9, 2010) Arthur Lemon (vs. Johnson C. Smith, Oct. 8, 2005) Arthur Lemon (2002-05) Arthur Lemon (2005) Alexander Tucker (2010)

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INTERCEPTIONS Game: 2 Alphonso McKibb (vs. Fayetteville State, Sept. 7, 2002), Curtonio Marshall (vs. Livingstone, Oct. 16, 2004), Tim Moffett (vs. Elizabeth City State, Sept. 6, 2003), Myron Miller (vs. Mars Hill, Sept. 10, 2005), Steven Stanback (vs. Winston-Salem State, Oct. 9, 2010). Curtonio Marshall (2003-06) Charles McKenzie (2009)

Career: 9 Season: 5 TACKLES Game: 21 Career: 363 Season: 125 1. 125 2. 120 3. 106 4. 104 5. 93 SACKS Game: 4.5 Career: 26 Season: 13 1. 13.0 2. 10.0 10.0 4. 8.0 5. 7.5

Kevin Jones (vs. Carson Newman, Sept. 16, 2006) Kevin Jones (2002-06) Tyrone Pettaway (2004) Tyrone Pettaway (2004) Kevin Jones (2006) Steven Stanback (2010) Kevin Jones (2004) Tyrone Pettaway (2005)

Alex Hall (vs. Johnson C. Smith, Oct. 14, 2006) Marcus Crump (2005-09), Alex Hall (2003-07) Alex Hall (2006) Alex Hall (2006) Phillip Stevenson (2008) Marcus Crump (2009) Marcus Kennedy (2008) Johnny Shuler (2003)

PUNTS Longest: 72 Sintell Crew (vs. N.C. Central, Oct. 2, 2004) Career Highest Average: 37.5 ypg Sintell Crew (2002-05) Season Highest Average: 39.1 ypg Sintell Crew (2005)

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2011 Falcon Football

ALL-CIAA HISTORY

ALL-CIAA FIRST TEAM PLAYERS

1950 Clements, E 1952 William McAllister, DG 1956 Joseph Nicholson, T 2003 Johnny Shuler, DL 2004 Eddie Montgomery, KR 2005 Jabre' Green, TE Eddie Montgomery, WR, PR Tyrone Pettaway, LB 2006 Alex Hall, DE Kevin Jones, LB 2007 Alex Hall, DE 2008 Marcus Kennedy, NT Phillip Stevenson, DT 2009 Marcus Crump, DE 2010 Jone' Harris, TE Tyron Laughinghouse, KR Walter Sanders, TB Steven Stanback, LB Justin Wells, OL Marcus Crump, DE 2009 Ricky Rodriguez, C Mark Hall, LB 2010 Anthony Harris, DE Chaz Robinson, LB

ALL-CIAA ROOKIE TEAM

2003 Eddie Montgomery, WR Kevin Jones, LB Darrell Nesbitt, QB 2004 Cedric Clark, DL 2005 Kenneth Snowden, RB 2006 Richard Boone, WR, P, Spec. 2007 Kevin Williams, QB Tim Lovick, WR Arnold Mullins, RB Andrade Olliver, LB Steven Stanback, LB Charles McKenzie, CB 2008 Kris Brownlee, QB 2009 Joaquin Green, QB Tyron Laughinghouse, WR Justin Johnson, LB Cody Nash, DT 2010 Teddy Bacote, QB Jadarius Dean, OL Jermaine Jones, WR Newton Miller III, KR-PR Chaz Robinson, LB Alexander Tucker, PK

ALL-CIAA SECOND TEAM PLAYERS

2002 Jay Chapman, TE 2003 Eddie Montgomery, KR 2004 Tyrone Pettaway, LB 2005 Calvin Frazier, OL Darrell Nesbitt, QB Eddie Montgomery, KR Demius Frazier, DL Sintell Crew, P 2006 Curtonio Marshall, DB 2007 Tim Lovick, KR Marcus Kennedy, DT Richard Boone, PR 2008 Jabre' Green, TE Walter Sanders, TB

CIAA FOOTBALL AWARDS

Offensive Player of the Year 2010 ­ Walter Sanders, TB Defensive Player of the Year 2005 ­ Tyrone Pettaway, LB 2006 ­ Kevin Jones, LB Coach of the year 2003 ­ Michael Costa 2005 ­ Michael Costa

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2011 SCHEDULE

Aug. 27 Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 at Virginia Union University* CATAWBA COLLEGE at University of New Haven OPEN

LINCOLN (PA.) UNIVERSITY*

6 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1 p.m.

1:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m.

at Fayetteville State University* WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIV.* at University of West Georgia JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIVERSITY* (Homecoming) LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE* (Senior Day) at Shaw* CIAA Championship

Home Games In BOLD CAPS * CIAA game www.saintaugfalcons.com

Oct. 29

1:30 p.m.

Nov. 5 Nov. 12

1 p.m. 1 p.m.

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