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Game 11:
NM Highlands at CSU - Pueblo
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New Mexico Highlands
Sports Information
Matthew Lofton, Director
Email: [email protected]
Work: (505) 426-2017
Cell: (501) 442-7587
This Week
The Series
The New Mexico Highlands football team
(3-7, 3-5 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) will conclude the 2014 season
Saturday (Nov. 15) when it takes on the
league-leading CSU-Pueblo Thunderwolves (9-1, 7-1 RMAC). Kickoff is scheduled for 1 p.m.
New Mexico Highlands trailes the all-time
series with the Thunderwolves, 14-5. The
Cowboys have not beaten CSU-Pueblo
since the 1981 season, the only time the
Cowboys won an outright RMAC title. In
2012, Highlands scored 14 straight in the
fourth quarter to lead CSU-Pueblo 17-10
with 10 minutes left in the game, but the
Thunderwolves ended the game with 21
unanswered to knock off Highlands, 31-17.
The Coaches
Quick Facts
Fact
Quick
School Information
Name ....New Mexico Highlands Univ.
Location ........... Las Vegas, NM 87701
Nickname ..............................Cowboys
Colors .......................Purple and White
Affiliation ............... NCAA Division II
President...................... Dr. James Fries
Director of Athletics ..........Jeff Falkner
SWA ............................Karin Gadberry
Conference: . Rocky Mountain Athletic
Home Venue ...Perkins Stadium (4500)
Surface .................................Field Turf
Coaching Staff
Head Coach ........................Eric Young
Alma Mater ................. Montana, 1995
Record at TU ............17-26/4th Season
Overall Record ............................Same
Assistant Coaches: ...............................
Dir. of Ops/RB ..................Tony Pavlic
Off. Coordinator/QB ..Chase Holbrook
Def. Coordinator ............Ivan Cordova
ST Coordinator/WR .... Kenny Jackson
Linebackers .................... Art Abreu, Jr.
Offensive Line........... Clayton Johnson
Defensive Backs............ Pat Rodriguez
Asst. Line Coach .......Chris Ferragamo
Highlands head coach Eric Young is currently in his fourth season and is 17-26
overall. He is 0-3 against CSU-Pueblo.
The Thunderwolves are coached by John
Wristen, who is in his seventh season at
the helm of CSU-Pueblo (his eighth overall
as he resurrected the program in 2007). He
is 63-16 overall and 6-0 against Highlands.
Coming Up Next
Saturday (Nov. 15) marks the final game
of the 2014 season for New Mexico Highlands. The Cowboys have 10-of-11 games
already scheduled in 2015, including another trip to Northern Arizona.
2014 New Mexico Highlands Schedule
Date Opponent
Site/Stadium
Time/Result
9/6 Eastern NM (6-4)
Las Vegas, NM.
L 21-44
Notes: Senior Jared Koster makes a career-best 20 tackles
9/13 @ N. Ariz. (7-3)
Flagstaff, Ariz.
L 23-62
Notes: Carney placed 5-of-8 punts inside the 20
9/20 Western NM (4-6)
Las Vegas, NM
W 59-38
Notes: Cowboys move 700 yards in 100 plays
9/27 @ Fort Lewis (3-7) Durango, Colo.
W 45-10
Notes: Outscored Fort Lewis last two games in Durango 95-10
10/4 Colorado Mines (9-1) Las Vegas, NM
Notes: Slavin had 14 catches, 279 yards and two TD’s
L 35-42
10/11 @ Colorado Mesa (5-5) Grand Junction, Colo.
Notes: Mesa scores 24 unanswered to begin game.
L 19-31
10/18 Western St. (4-6)
Las Vegas, N.M.
W 46-43
Notes: Cowboys rally for 10 points in final minute for win
10/25 @ Adams St. (4-6) Alamosa, Colo.
L 34-41
Notes: Koster makes first career pick six.
11/1 Chadron State (7-3) Las Vegas, N.M.
L 38-52
Notes: Cowboys jumped out to a 14-0 lead for 2nd straight game
11/8 @ Black Hills St. (0-1) Spearfish, S.D.
14-point rally in 4th comes up short.
11/15 @ CSU-Pueblo (9-1) Pueblo, Colo.
Notes: Highlands Trails 5-14
L 27-30
2 p.m.
Quick Fact
2014 New Mexico
Highlands Roster
# Name
ClassPos. Ht. Wt.
1 CJ Grice
Sr.
2 Kennis Lewis
Sr.
3 Travon Payne
Jr.
4 Harold Smith-Mobley Jr.
5 Tyler Slavin
Sr.
6 John Paul
Sr.
7 Lance Orender
Sr.
8 Don Carter
So.
10 Kirt Terry-Springs
Jr.
11 Ken Spigner
Sr.
12 Cory Lockman
So.
13 Tanner Wright
Fr.
14 Zach Tapia
Sr.
15 Jimmy Victorian
Fr.
16 Geno Hall
Jr.
17 James Foster
Fr.
19 Patrick Carney
Sr.
20 Eugene Palmer
Jr.
21 Nigel Simmons
Jr.
22 Taj Mathis
Jr.
23 Vincent Venegas
So.
24 Christian Johnson
Jr.
25 Jerrod Moton
Jr.
27 Justin Stallworth
Jr.
28 David Ramos
Fr.
29 Dominique Scott
Jr.
30 Brandon YoungbloodSo.
31 Eric Smith
Jr.
33 Alex Dantzler
Jr.
34 Tarik Embrack
Jr.
35 Joaquin Medina
Fr.
36 Edger Flores
Fr.
37 Peyton Lott
Fr.
38 Khadeem Campbell So.
39 Ryan Araujo
Fr.
40 Brandon Brown
Jr.
41 Larry Martinez
Fr.
42 Jared Koster
Sr.
43 Pone Faleofa
Jr.
44 Yusuf Mohammed Jr.
46 Kendall White
Fr.
49 Javier Carrillo
Fr.
50 Michael Schuhe
Sr.
51 Marty Robinson
So.
54 Jack Ivers
Sr.
56 Alfred Rowe
Jr.
57 Mathew Garcia
Fr.
58 Jesus Verduzco
Fr.
59 Kyle Papendorf
Jr.
63 Jonathan Chavarillo
Fr.
64 Carlos Perez
Fr.
66 Cody Burkett
So.
68 Amadeo Maestas
Fr.
69 Omar Colon
Jr.
71 Celso Lopez
Sr.
72 Robert Gomez
Fr.
WR 6-0
DB 6-0
WR 6-2
WR 6-4
WR 6-2
DE/TE 6-5
QB 6-5
LB 6-2
WR 5-9
DB 5-10
QB 6-3
QB 6-2
K/P 5-10
WR 5-11
WR 5-9
WR 5-10
K/P 6-0
DB 5-9
RB 6-0
DB 5-11
WR 5-10
RB 5-10
DB 5-11
DB 5-8
WR/DB 6-0
DB 6-2
LB 5-10
DB 6-0
DB 6-2
WR/DB 5-6
DB 5-9
DB 5-7
DB 6-0
RB 5-9
WR/DB 5-9
LB 6-4
WR 5-9
LB 6-1
DL 6-3
LB 5-11
OL 5-9
LB 5-7
DL 6-3
LB 5-11
OL 6-0
LB 5-11
DL/LS 5-11
LB/LS 5-9
OL 6-4
OL 5-11
OL/DL 5-11
OL 6-2
OL/DL 6-1
DL 6-3
OL 6-8
DE/TE 6-4
Hometown 73 Andres Blea
170 Burlington, N.C.
185 Houston, Texas
200 Inglewood, Calif.
230
Corona, Calif.
215
Corona, Calif.
260 Immokalee, Fla.
235
Clovis, Calif.
235
Bel Air, Mass.
185 White Center, Wash.
185
Miami, Fla.
238
El Cajon, Calif.
220 Stratford, Texas
175
Roseville, Calif.
195 Immokalee, Fla.
175 Los Angeles, Calif.
165 West Palm Beach, Fla.
215
Chico, Calif.
180 Pasadena, Calif.
225
Clovis, Calif.
175
Gardena, Calif.
175 West Covina, Calif.
185 San Diego, Calif.
180
Carson, Calif.
175
Tucson, Ariz.
225 Pico Rivera, Calif.
185 Los Angeles, Calif.
205
Roswell, N.M.
185
Vacaville, Calif.
180 Lancaster, Calif.
165 Winter Park, Fla.
175
Taos, N.M.
160
Lovelock, N.V.
175
Clovis, N.M.
195
New York, N.Y.
160 Los Angeles, Calif.
255
Corona, Calif.
185
Taos, N.M.
210
Corona, Calif.
240
Antioch, Calif.
220
Chicago, Ill.
210 Pasadena, Calif.
160 Pico Rivera, Calif.
245 Santa Cruz, Calif.
230 Long Beach, Calif.
265
Plano, Texas
235 Los Angeles, Calif.
225 San Diego, Calif.
225 Pico Rivera, Calif.
285
Clovis, Calif.
220 San Felipe Pueblo, N.M.
250 Albuquerque, N.M.
300 The Woodlands, Texas
270 Anton Chico, Calif.
240
Lorain, Ohio
340
Corona, Calif.
190
Cerro, N.M.
74 Anthony Gordon
75 Jermiah Wilder
78 Brent Walker
81 Jalen Adkins
82 Austin Jones
83 Jared Womack
86 Sean Vasquez
Fr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
So.
Fr.
Sr.
Fr.
OL 6-5
DL 6-3
DL 6-3
OL 6-6
WR 6-4
WR 6-1
WR 6-0
P 5-11
300
Santa Fe, N.M.
310 Beumont, Calif.
360 West Palm Beach, Fla.
340
Akron, Ohio
225
Dallas, Texas
195
Laguna, N.M.
175
Clovis, N.M.
195 Beaumont, Calif.
HEAD COACH:
Eric Young, Fourth Season (Montana, 1995)
ASSISTANT COACHES:
Tony Pavlic (Director of Football Operations/Running Backs
Coach, Fourth Season), Chase Holbrook (Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach, First Season), Ivan Cordova (Defensive
Coordinator, Fourth Season), Kenny Jackson (Special Teams
Coordinator/Wide Receivers Coach, First Season), Art Abreu
Jr. (Linebackers Coach, Sixth Season), Clayton Johnson (Offensive Line Coach, First Season), Pat Rodriguez (Defensive Backs
Coach, Third Season) and Chris Ferragamo (Volunteer Assistant
Offensive Line Coach, Fifth Season).
Pronunciation Guide
3 Travon Payne – Tray-von Pain
7 Lance Orender – Lance Ore-end-der
14 Zach Tapia – Zach Tap-e-a
23 Vincent Venegas - Vin-cent Ve-nay-gas
25 Jerrod Moton – Ja-rod Moe-tin
34 Tarik Embrack – Ta-reek Em-Brack
35 Joaquin Medina – Wa-keem Meh-dean-a
42 Jared Koster- Jared Cost-ter
43 Ponepate Faleofa – Pone-eh-pot-tay Fa-lee-oh-fa
44 Yusuf Mohammed – You-suff Moe-hahm-med
50 Michael Schuhe – Michael Shoe-e
58 Jesus Verduzco – Hay-sues Vair-duze-co
59 Kyle Papendorf – Kyle Pap-en-dorf
68 Amadeo Maestas- Ahh-muh-day-oh My-es-tes
69 Omar Colon – O mar Cologne
71 Celso Lopez- Sell-so Lopez
73 Andres Blea – On-drays Blay-a
Give it Up for the Punter
Orender to Slavin...
Senior punter Patrick Carney took
a small hit to his season average (by
0.1 yards) against Black Hills State,
but continues his small lead on the
nation in punting. Carney, who was
named a Preseason All-American
as a punter by both Lindy’s and the
Sporting News, is the leading returning punter from 2013 in all of NCAA
Division II.
In 2014 so far, Carney has placed
30.0 percent of his punts inside the 20
(15 of 50). Carney has punted for 50+
yards in 48 of 160 career punts (30.0
percent). Carney’s average of 45.9
yards per punt currently leads NCAA
Division II (and would be seventh in
the NCAAs behind Division I punters). His gap against the next NCAA
Division II punter is 0.7 yards.
Arguably, there has not been a more
potent combination in NCAA football
this season.
Since the start of conference play, senior Lance Orender is 280-416 (67.3
percent) with 28 touchdowns. Just
slightly less than half of those touchdowns (13) have been to senior Tyler Slavin. Since RMAC play began,
Slavin has caught 85 passes for 1,180
yards, an average of 147.5 passing
yards per game. For their efforts, Orender was named RMAC Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 22) and the national offensive player of the week by
Beyondsportsnetwork on both Sept. 22
and Sept. 29. He was named Quarterback of the week by USAcollegefootball.org on Sept. 22.
Slavin, meanwhile, was on a threeweek streak of being named the Wide
Receiver of the Week by Beyondsportsnetwork (Sept. 22, Sept. 29 and
Oct. 6). He also won Wide Receiver of
the Week by USACollegefootball.org
Sept. 22 and Sept. 29.
Light Em’ Up
Senior linebacker Jared Koster
continues to show he is one of the
best linebackers in the nation. The
week following being named the
RMAC Defensive Player of the
Week and USACollegefootball.org
Division II Defensive Player of the
Week, Koster recorded 13 tackles
and a forced fumble against #17 Colorado School of Mines.
He has double-digit tackles and six
solo tackles in every game this season, and leads the nation in both total
tackles (15.0) and solo tackles (9.2)
per game. He had 11 tackles (seven
solo) against Black Hills State this
past week and earlier this season,
he grabbed his third interception for
his career and the first returned for a
touchdown against Adams State (Oct.
25). Koster is already second all-time
in the RMAC for single-season solo
tackles (92) and is 10 tackles short of
the record.
In fact, Koster’s 92 solo tackles is
more than only six players in the
RMAC in total tackles.
SEASON RECORD WATCH
Currently School RMAC
Has
Record Record
Lance Orender:
Attempts:
517
Completions: 339
Yards:
3,854
Touchdowns: 34
534
596
339
384
3,854 4,646
34
39
Tyler Slavin:
Receptions:
Yards:
123
124
1,512 1,719
112
1,333
What a Kicking Career
Senior Zach Tapia will be ending a
great career for the Cowboys on Saturday against CSU-Pueblo. In 2014, he is
ninth in the nation with a 84.6 percent
field goal percentage (11-for-13). He is
also 23rd in the nation with 1.22 field
goals per game and 52nd in scoring
with eight points a game (8.0).
In his three-year career (2012-2014),
he is 35-54 (64.8 percent) on field goals.
He also holds the record for field goals
in a season (16, 2012) and twice tied the
record for field goals in a game (four)
and was named RMAC Special Teams
Player of the Week (2012 and 2014).
QuickQuick
Fact Facts
Opponent
General Information
Name ................................CSU-Pueblo
Location ...................Pueblo, Colorado
Chancellor ............. Michael V. Martin
Athletics Director ................. Joe Folda
Nickname ....................Thunderwolves
Colors ............................. Red and Blue
Affiliation ............... NCAA Division II
Conference: . Rocky Mountain Athletic
Home Venue: ...... Neta and Eddie DeRose
Thunderbowl (6,500)
Head Coach
Head Coach .....................John Wristen
Alma Mater . Southern Colorado, 1984
Record at CSU-P .... 63-16/Six Seasons
Career Record .............................Same
Team Information
2013 Overall Record .....................11-1
2013 RMAC Record (Fin.) .... 9-0 (1st)
2014 Record ................................... 9-1
2014 RMAC Record ............7-1 (t-1st)
Media Relations
SID .................................... Dax Larson
Office Phone................(719) 549-2022
E-Mail ...... [email protected]
2014 Schedule
September
4 WEST TEXAS A&M
13 at Sam Houston State
*20 at Western State
*27 at Western New Mexico
W 35-6
W 47-21
L 26-23
W 45-7
October
*4 ADAMS STATE
*11 at Fort Lewis
*18 CHADRON STATE
*25 at Colorado Mines
W 17-7
L 22-23
W 41-13
W 20-12
November
*1 BLACK HILLS STATE W 49-7
*8 at Colorado Mesa
W 52-3
*15 NM HIGHLANDS
2 P.M.
* RMAC game
Home Games in Bold
All Times M.S.T.
New Mexico Highlands Head Football
Coach Eric Young is entering his fourth season
at the helm of the Cowboys and holds a 1419 record as head coach. His revamp of the
Cowboy Football Program is well on its way
after posting an 8-3 record and a third place
conference finish in 2012, just two years after
the team struggled with just one win.
4th Season (Montana, ‘95)
In his first year as head coach (2011), the
Cowboys finished with a 4-7 record, but the
transformation was already underway. That
year, the Cowboy defense led the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference in tackles for loss and sacks and they entered
the national polls for the first time since 1999. The Cowboys’ players benefitted as well, with four conference players of the week, seven All-RMAC players, five Academic All-RMAC players and the programs first All-American
since 1999.
The 2012 season saw the next step in Coach Young’s Cowboy Football resurrection. The team finished with the
best record since 1998 (8-3) and lost a tie-breaker for the runner-up spot in the conference. They were in contention for the NCAA DII playoffs until the very end of the season and broke several team and player records, including total team offense (5384 yards) and total offense by one player (3919 yards - QB Emmanuel Lewis). Again, the
player awards were quick to follow such dramatic success and the Cowboys enjoyed six RMAC Player of the week,
10 All-RMAC players, two All-Region players, and two All-Americans (Jordan Campbell & Abdul Kanneh). Both
Campbell (Bengals) and Kanneh (Browns) would go on to be picked up by NFL teams.
The 2013 Cowboys football team finished the season 2-9, but lost five of those games by a touchdown or less.
The success and dedication the Coach Young has brought to Highlands isn’t restricted to the field either. The
Cowboys have been improving their success in the classroom and the community. Offensive Anthony Cognasi was
selected as the New Mexico Highlands Male Scholar Athlete of the Year in 2013 and the team has participated in numerous community outreach programs such as: visiting the University of New Mexico Children’s Hospital, helping
the Humane Society, participating in the Façade Squad (Las Vegas Clean-up), and taking part in numerous Campus
Violence Prevention Program activities.
Coach Young came to NMHU from College of the Siskiyous, a California Junior College located in Weed, California, where he was the Head Coach of their football program for six years.
Coach Young began his collegiate football career as a starter at the Western Oregon University where he was an
all-conference safety. After two years at Western Oregon, he transferred to the University of Montana to complete
his academic career and ended up walking on to the perennial NCAA Division I-AA powerhouse Grizzlies football
program. He completed his BS degree in Health and Human Performance from Montana.
Coach Young football coaching career started as a Graduate Assistant at the University of Oregon. While at
Oregon, Coach Young earned his Master’s Degree in Exercise and Movement Science. Upon leaving the University
of Oregon he coached high school football in Portland, Oregon for two years. He then accepted a position as the
Strength and Conditioning coach at the University of Denver, which led to his accepting the same position at the
University of California-Berkley.
Coach Young left Cal to accept the Defensive Line Coaching job at College of the Siskiyous in California, which
he had for one season before being promoted to his first Head Coaching position for Siskiyous. While at the helm
of Siskiyous football program Coach Young the program achieve 48 team and individual school records. He led the
Eagles football program to the 2006 Mid-Empire Conference Championship playing in the East County Bowl Game.
His performance that season earned him the conference Coach of the Year award.
During his head coaching tenure at the Siskiyous Junior College, Coach Young helped over 80 players transfer
on scholarship to four year programs. He is no stranger to developing quality football players having coached NFL
players such as Nnamdi Asomugha (Cal/Oakland Raiders), and Aaron Rodgers (Cal/Green Bay Packers).
Coach Young has been married to his wife Tiffany for 16 years and they have three children: Madison, Zach and
Austin.
Head
Eric Young
2014 RMAC Standings
Name
RMAC Overall
Colorado Mines
7-1
9-1
CSU-Pueblo
7-1
9-1
Chadron State
6-2
7-3
Colorado Mesa
4-4
5-5
Adams State
3-5
4-6
Western NM
3-5
4-6
Western State
3-5
4-6
NM Highlands
3-5
3-7
Black Hills State
2-6
3-7
Fort Lewis
2-6
3-7
THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE
November 15 | Saturday
* Adams State at Colorado Mines 11 a.m.
* Chadron State at Fort Lewis
Noon
* Black Hills State at Western NM Noon
* NM Highlands at CSU-Pueblo 2 p.m.
* Western State at Colorado Mesa 7 p.m.
LAST TWO WEEKS RESULTS
November 8 | Saturday
* Adams State 34, Fort Lewis 30
* Chadron State 48, Western NM 45
* Black Hills St. 30, NM Highlands 27
* Colorado Mines 35, Western State 26
* CSU-Pueblo 52, Colorado Mesa 3
November 1 | Saturday
* Colorado Mines 37, Colorado Mesa 23
* Western State 27, Fort Lewis 26
* Western NM 40, Adams State 36
* Chadron St. 52, NM Highlands 38
* CSU-Pueblo 49, Black Hills St. 7
Highlands Welcomes Proview
Highlands football fans are no stranger
to Proview as they have live streamed on
the internet Highlands home football for
the past three seasons. New this season, the
vast majority of home games will be shown
in Albuquerque on channel 26. Meanwhile,
games can also be seen live on channel 16
on public access television in Santa Fe,
Finally, New Mexico Highlands will have
a block of time on Proview’s new 24/7
sports network in Albuquerque that will
show all Highlands athletic teams.
Recently last month, Proview has gone
from just internet streaming high school
athletics to becoming the first 24/7 television sports network in the state of New
Mexico. Besides Highlands athletics and
How They Stack Up (2014 Stats)
a handful of New Mexico Lobos sporting
events, Proview is a youth sports network
that shows more than 300 high school
sporting events on both television and the
internet from both the Albuquerque and
Rio Rancho areas.
Sam FM: Getting Even Better
Can’t make it to the game ? Every game
will be broadcast live on 96.7 FM by Art
Abreu, father of linebackers coach Art
Abreu Jr. Also, join athletic director Jeff
Falkner and the rest of the Highlands
coaching staff on Monday night at 5:30
p.m. as we discuss the past week in Highlands sports and preview the upcoming
week and even hear from special guests
among the Highlands’ athletic department.
uick Fact
Team Statistics
HU
CSUP
Record (Conference) 3-7 (3-5) 9-1 (7-1)
Points/game
34.7
35.4
Total offense/game
518.8
421.9
Rushing yards/game
107.1
181.7
Passing yards/game
411.7
240.2
Points allowed/game
39.3
12.2
Total Defense/game
473.9
300.1
Rushing def. yds./game 172.7
120.7
Passing def. yds./game 301.2
179.4
Kickoff return average
19.6
22.2
Punt return average
4.2
17.0
Fumbles-lost
12-9
9-7
Penalties/gm-yards/gm 8.6-85.0 6.5-59.7
Yards per punt
43.5
44.9
Time of possession/game 27:43
30:01
3rd-down conversion
42.1%
34.0%
4th-down conversion
52.0%
41.7%
Red-zone scores
84.8%
84.4%
Red-zone touchdowns 67.7%
60.0%
Turnover margin
-11
+ 18
NM HIGHLANDS INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
Rushing
Att. Net Avg, TD Ypg.
Vincent Venegas
158 788 5.0 3 78.8
Khadeem Campbell
48 249 5.2 3 24.9
Nigel Simmons
21 70 3.3 0 11.7
Christian Johnson
8 24 3.4 0 2.7
Passing
C-A-I % Yds. TD Ypg.
Lance Orender339-517-1865.6 3854 34 385.4
Tanner Wright 31-47-0 66.0 263 3 65.8
Receiving
Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Ypg.
Tyler Slavin
1121333 11.9 16 133.3
CJ Grice
51 553 10.8 5 55.3
Vincent Venegas
51 376 7.4 2 37.6
Defense
TT TFL Sks INT FF-R
Jared Koster
149 16.0 5.5 1
4-2
Brandon Brown 111 7.0 3.0 0
1-0
Ken Spigner
56 1.5 0.0 1
0-0
Eric Smith
51 2.0 0.0 3
1-0
Kennis Lewis
46 1.0 0.0 1
0-0
Don Carter
42 8.0 2.5 1
1-2
Anthony Gordon
42 8.0 3.0 0
0-1
CSU-PUEBLO INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
NCAA/Conference Rank HU
Rushing Offense
135/10
Passing Offense
1/1
Total Offense
6/2
Scoring Offense
48/4
Rushing Defense
104/5
Pass Efficiency Defense 135/8
Total Defense
158/9
Scoring Defense
152/10
Net Punting
44/7
Punt Returns
154/10
Kickoff Returns
101/8
Turnover Margin
156/10
Pass Defense
163/9
Passing Efficiency
39/2
Sacks
59/3
Tackles for Loss
78/4
Sacks Allowed
73/5
CSUP
57/4
66/6
62/6
39/2
34/1
4/1
14/1
3/1
1/1
6/1
50/5
3/1
28/1
64/3
5/1
18/1
23/1
Rushing
Att. Net Avg, TD
Cameron McDondle 215 1328 6.2
12
J.B. Matthews
64 318
5.0
2
Marche Denard 50 141 2.8
1
Bernard McDondle 18
99 5.5
0
Passing
C-A-I % Yds. TD
Chris Bonner 179-321-5 55.8 2352 21
Malcolm Ruben 4-9-0 44.4
38 1
Caleb Flack
2-2-0 100
12 0
Receiving
Rec. Yds. Avg. TD
Kieren Duncan
30 513 17.1 2
Jarred Radebaugh
26 335 12.9 6
Paul Browning
18 308 17.1 2
Trent Thompson
18 285 10.3 1
Defense
TT TFL SKS INT
Joe Rosenbrock
68 5.5 0.0 0
Seth Brown
66 3.5 2.0 1
Jarrod Lacy
53 5.5 0.0 0
Stephan Dickens
51 3.5 0.0 6
Josiah Flack
51 3.5 0.0 1
Ypg.
132.8
31.8
15.7
12.4
Ypg.
235.2
7.6
4.0
Ypg.
85.5
37.2
77.0
20.6
FF-R
0-0
3-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
The Automated ScoreBook
N.M. Highlands Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 11, 2014)
All games
Date
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Sep 06, 2014
Sep 13, 2014
Sep 20, 2014
Sep 27, 2014
Oct 04, 2014
Oct 11, 2014
Oct 18, 2014
Oct 25, 2014
Nov 1, 2014
Nov 08, 2014
Opponent
EASTERN N.M.
at #24 Northern Arizona
WESTERN NEW MEXICO
at Fort Lewis
#17 COLORADO MINES
at Colorado Mesa
WESTERN ST.
at Adams State Univ.
CHADRON STATE
at Black Hills State
Rushing
Vincent Venegas
Khadeem Campbell
Nigel Simmons
Christian Johnson
Lance Orender
Geno Hall
CJ Grice
Total
Opponents
Passing
Lance Orender
Tanner Wright
Total
Opponents
Receiving
Tyler Slavin
CJ Grice
Kirt Terry-Springs
Travon Payne
Vincent Venegas
Harold Smith-Mobley
Geno Hall
Khadeem Campbell
Jared Womack
Andre Williams
Nigel Simmons
Jimmy Victorian
Austin Jones
Ray Henley
Eric Smith
Total
Opponents
Field Goals
Patrick Carney
Zach Tapia
Scoring
Tyler Slavin
Zach Tapia
Kirt Terry-Springs
CJ Grice
Vincent Venegas
Harold Smith-Mobley
Khadeem Campbell
Travon Payne
Jared Koster
Geno Hall
Lance Orender
Patrick Carney
Total
Opponents
Score by Quarters
N.M. Highlands
Opponents
gp
att
Score
L
L
W
W
L
L
W
L
L
L
gain loss
Att.
21-44
23-62
59-38
45-10
35-42
19-31
46-43
34-41
38-52
27-30
net avg td
3
3
0
0
1
0
0
7
19
gp
yds td
effic comp-att-int
pct
gp no.
yds
avg
td
fg
fg
0-0
3-3
kick
11-13 39-41
1-1
2-3
12-14 41-44
17-23 46-48
1st
2nd
3rd
62 102 95
74 131 103
385.4
65.8
411.7
301.2
lg avg/g
74
51
81
39
31
54
32
9
10
4
3
18
13
9
2
81
79
133.3
55.3
70.3
52.0
36.7
40.6
37.8
2.7
1.9
1.5
0.5
2.2
1.6
9.0
0.2
411.7
301.2
1-1
2-3
0-0
5-5
Interceptions
- - - - - - - - - - - 0-1
- - 0-1
1 1-1
4th
OT
88
85
0
0
-
Total
347
393
3
1
1
1
1
lg blk
33 0
47 1
- 96
- 72
- 42
- 30
- 30
- 24
- 18
- 12
- 6
- 6
- 6
- 5
- 347
- 393
Away
2-3
2-2
0-1
1-4
1-3
0-1
NMHU
39
22
12
0
30
13.0
22.0
12.0
0.0
30.0
0
0
0
0
1
Punt Returns
no.
10
6
2
2
20
23
34
44
1
4
83
343
Kick Returns
no.
yds avg td
Geno Hall
Kirt Terry-Springs
Eugene Palmer
Andre Williams
CJ Grice
John Paul
Total
Opponents
Tyler Slavin
Vincent Venegas
Kirt Terry-Spring
CJ Grice
Travon Payne
Geno Hall
Harold Smith-Mo
Khadeem Campb
Eugene Palmer
Nigel Simmons
Total
Opponents
Total Offense
249
97
127
25
1727
439
3.9
172.7
19
3012
223-394-7
7.6
13.5
301.2
28
4739
5.7
473.9
45-1135
23-343
18-207
14-8
63-545
55-40.3
32:29
60/168
13/26
lg
21
22
12
0
30
50 2293 45.9 67 5 13 15 18 4
5 34 6.8 23 0 0 0 0 1
1 55 55.0 55 0 0 1 1 0
CJ Grice
Geno Hall
Ken Spigner
Andre Williams
Total
Opponents
All Purpose
0-0
0-0
0-0
OPP
255
53
185
17
1071
288
3.7
107.1
7
4117
370-564-18
7.3
11.1
411.7
37
5188
6.1
518.8
39-765
20-83
7-103
12-9
80-788
56-42.5
27:30
72/175
13/25
yds avg td
Neutral
no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blk
Patrick Carney
TEAM
Lance Orender
PAT
rush rcv pass dxp saf pts
-
no.
Punting
0-0
0-1
Home
FIRST DOWNS
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
RUSHING YARDAGE
Rushing Attempts
Average Per Rush
Average Per Game
TDs Rushing
PASSING YARDAGE
C o mp -At t- In t
Average Per Pass
Average Per Catch
Average Per Game
TDs Passing
TOTAL OFFENSE
Average Per Play
Average Per Game
KICK RETURNS: #-Yards
PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards
INT RETURNS: #-Yards
FUMBLES-LOST
PENALTIES-Yards
PUNTS-AVG
TIME OF POSSESSION/Game
3RD-DOWN Conversions
4TH-DOWN Conversions
Eric Smith
Ken Spigner
Don Carter
Kennis Lewis
Jared Koster
pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99
1-1 100.0 0-0
11-13 84.6 1-1
16
7
5
5
4
3
2
1
1
1
45
49
16
5
7
2
2
4
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
37
28
78.8
24.9
11.7
2.7
0.2
0.4
0.2
107.1
172.7
81
38
81
79
3-7
3-5
0-2
Team Statistics
lg avg/g
142.93 339-517-18 65.6 3854 34
134.03 31-47-0
66.0 263 3
142.19 370-564-18 65.6 4117 37
140.71 223-394-7 56.6 3012 28
10 112 1333 11.9
10 51 553 10.8
10 50 703 14.1
10 50 520 10.4
10 50 367 7.3
9 26 365 14.0
5 13 189 14.5
10 7
27 3.9
8 2
15 7.5
2 2
3 1.5
6 2
3 1.5
8 1
18 18.0
8 1
13 13.0
1 1
9 9.0
10 1
2 2.0
10 370 4117 11.1
10 223 3012 13.5
td
61
28
14
9
18
2
2
61
44
Overall
All games
Conference
Non-Conference
lg avg/g
10 158 808 20 788 5.0
10 48 259 10 249 5.2
6 21
77 7
70 3.3
9 8
27 3
24 3.0
10 35 108 106
2 0.1
5 1
2 0
2 2.0
10 1
2 0
2 2.0
10 288 1284 213 1071 3.7
10 439 2032 305 1727 3.9
10
4
10
10
Record:
2342
9505
4361
1654
3222
1131
3234
125
2678
897
yds avg td
15 271
14 285
5 110
2
58
2
37
1
4
39 765
45 1135
g
rush
rcv
3.4
7.3
0.5
2.0
4.2
14.9
0
0
0
0
0
1
lg
10
12
1
2
12
40
lg
18.1
20.4
22.0
29.0
18.5
4.0
19.6
25.2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
38
33
29
37
21
4
38
68
pr
kr
ir
total avg/g
10
0 1333 0 0 0 1333
10 788 367 0 0 0 1155
10
0 703 0 285 0 988
10
2 553 34 37 0 626
10
0 520 0 0 0 520
5
2 189 44 271 0 506
9
0 365 0 0 0 365
10 249
27 0 0 0 276
9
0
0 0 110 0 110
6
70
3 0 0 0
73
10 1071 4117 83 765 103 6139
10 1727 3012 343 1135 207 6424
Lance Orender
Vincent Venegas
Khadeem Campbell
Tanner Wright
g plays
10
10
10
4
552
158
48
55
rush pass
133.3
115.5
98.8
62.6
52.0
101.2
40.6
27.6
12.2
12.2
613.9
642.4
total avg/g
2 3854 3856 385.6
788
0 788 78.8
249
0 249 24.9
-19 263 244 61.0
Quick Fact
2014 CSU-Pueblo
Roster
# Name
Class Pos. Ht.
1 Kieren Duncan
Jr. WR/KR 6-0
2 C.J. Roberts
Sr. CB 6-0
3 Darius Allen
Sr. DE 6-4
4 Stephan Dickens
Sr. CB 5-9
5 Jarrod Lacy
Sr.
S 6-0
6 Harrison Hunter
Sr. DB 5-10
7 Rico Jean-Louis
RFr. WR 6-4
8 Josh Bredl
Sr. DE 6-8
9 Samuel Singleton
So. LB 6-0
10 Jarred Radebaugh Jr. WR 6-0
11 Joseph Jones
So.
S 6-0
12 Chris Bonner
Sr. QB 6-7
13 Greg O’Donnell
Jr.
K 6-2
14 Fradlet Dort
So. RB 5-8
15 Malcolm Rueben
Jr. QB 6-6
16 Caleb Flack
So. QB 6-1
17 Deontrae Cooper
Sr. WR 6-1
17 Mannie Rathell
Sr. DB 6-2
18 Josh Johnson
So. DB 6-3
19 Ronell McNeal
Jr. CB 6-1
20 Doug Waterson
Jr. QB 6-3
21 LaRon Tarkington
So. DB 5-10
22 Trace Gray
So. LB 6-4
23 LeVon Floyd
Sr. CB 5-10
24 Marché Dennard
So. RB 6-0
25 Cedric Harris
Jr. DB 6-0
26 Darien Brunson
Jr. DB 6-1
27 D’ere Moore
Jr. LB 6-2
28 Bernard McDondle Fr. RB 5-10
29 Louie Neil
So.
P 6-2
30 Cameron McDondle Jr. RB 5-8
31 Lance Cox
RFr. DB 6-1
32 J.B. Mathews
Jr. TB 6-1
33 Justin LaBorde
So. DE 6-1
34 Tanner Hall
So. FB 5-9
35 Demetrius Gilmore Jr. WR 5-10
36 DeShon Williams
Fr. WR 6-4
37 Patrick O’Malley
Fr. FB 6-0
38 Brock Campbell
Jr. WR 5-9
39 Josiah Flack
Sr. LB 6-0
40 Ben Estica
Jr. LB 6-1
41 Kevin Cuff
Jr. LB 6-1
42 Grant Neal
Fr. FB 5-11
43 Seth Brown
So. LB 5-11
44 Joe Rosenbrock
Jr. LB 5-11
45 Brock Davies
Fr. LB 6-2
46 Darian Craig
Jr. DB 5-11
47 Nate Germano
So. RB 5-9
48 Wesley Bennett
So. FB 6-2
49 Trent Thompson
Sr. TE 6-4
50 Jake Ludwick
Jr. LS 6-3
51 Elijah Jeffcoat
Fr. OLB 6-2
52 Nate Novotny
So. LB 6-3
53 Ryan Merrill
So. LB 6-2
54 Ikechukwu (Rome) Ihenaju
Jr. LB 6-1
Wt.
Hometown
164 Goodyear, Ariz.
180 Boynton Beach, Fla.
251
Pueblo, Colo.
172
Aurora, Colo.
200 Boynton Beach, Fla.
181 Colorado Springs, Colo.
200 Lake Worth, Fla.
275 Thornton, Colo.
231
Denver, Colo.
195 Thornton, Colo.
193 Fountain, Colo.
235 San Diego, Calif.
190 Monument, Colo.
171 Lake Worth, Fla.
225 Baytown, Colo.
189
Littleton, Colo.
178 Riverside, Calif.
188 Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
196 Colorado Springs, Colo.
188
Aurora, Colo.
202 Fort Collins, Colo.
182
Phoenix, Ariz.
218 Longmont, Colo.
175 Boynton Beach, Fla.
205
Phoenix, Ariz.
155
Denton, Texas
184
Gilbert, Ariz.
215 N. Las Vegas, Nev.
168
Littleton, Colo.
194 Woodland Park, Colo.
196
Littleton, Colo.
176
Windsor, Colo.
191
Aurora, Colo.
234Pueblo West, Colo.
193
Gilbert, Ariz.
208 Colorado Springs, Colo.
211 Maple Valley, Wash.
239
Denver, Colo.
180
Meeker, Colo.
209
Littleton, Colo.
203 Palm Beach, Fla.
216 San Diego, Calif.
214
Parker, Colo.
202 Colorado Springs, Colo.
214
Brush, Colo.
235Brisbane, Australia
193
Mobile, Ala.
179 Colorado Springs, Colo.
213 Longmont, Colo.
236
Pueblo, Colo.
232 Castle Rock, Colo.
192
Gilbert, Ariz.
215
Denver, Colo.
189 Scottsdale, Ariz.
246 Los Angeles, Calif.
55 Quinn Vandekoppel
56 Alec Neinas
57 Jordan Anderson
58 Lucas Watts
59 Brandon Payer
60 Chance Rodriguez
61 Morgan Hassan
64 Corbin Feenstra
65 Spencer Nathe
66 Austin Miles
67 Trevon Lewis
68 Keaton Brown
70 Kieran Kuiper
71 Scotland Coyle
72 Gary Dixon
73 Ezra Maldonado
74 Austin Payne
75 Zach Martinez
76 Quinton Walton
77 Keith Hed
78 Alex Martinez
79 Ty McCulley
80 Michael Wristen
81 Paul Browning
82 Felix Mestas
83 Isaiah Jackson
84 Treyben Letlow
85 Blake Thomas
86 Khalyph Smith
87 Daniel Wise
88 Zach Boyd
89 Richard Wheeler
91 Joe Shultz
92 Tony Campton
93 Eli McKinney
94 Garrett Vidal
95 John Adam
96 Josh Croy
97 Morgan Fox
98 Ken Kester
99 Deyon Sizer
Fr.
RFr.
RFr.
RFr.
Fr.
So.
Fr.
RFr.
RFr.
RFr.
So.
Fr.
RFr.
Sr.
Jr.
Fr.
Sr.
Jr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
RFr.
Fr.
Sr.
RFr.
Fr.
Jr.
So.
So.
Jr.
RFr.
Jr.
So.
Jr
So.
Fr.
RFr.
So.
Jr.
So.
Fr.
LB
LB
MLB
LB
LB
OL
OL
OL
OG
OL
OL
C/G
OL
C
OT
OL
OT
OT
OL
OL
OL
OL
TE
WR
WR
WR
TE
TE
WR
WR
TE
WR
DE
NG
NG
DE
DE
DE
DE
P
DL
6-1
6-3
6-0
6-1
6-3
6-3
6-5
6-4
6-3
6-5
6-4
6-1
6-5
6-3
6-3
6-7
6-6
6-6
6-4
6-8
66-6
6-5
6-3
6-0
6-0
6-6
6-5
5-11
5-9
6-4
5-9
6-3
6-1
6-3
6-3
6-4
6-5
6-5
6-1
6-4
220 Castle Rock, Colo.
212 Canon City, Colo.
224
Arvada, Colo.
213
Windsor, Colo.
232
Pine, Colo.
271
Bennett, Colo.
285
Denver, Colo.
266
Superior, Colo.
284
Peoria, Ariz.
313 Durango, Colo.
271 Colorado Springs, Colo.
266
Pueblo, Colo .
256 Anchorage, Alaska
265 Longmont, Colo.
286
Fontana, Calif.
282
Surprise, Ariz.
291 Pueblo West, Colo.
301 Redlands, Calif.
291 Grand Junction, Colo.
275 Pueblo West, Colo.
272 Redlands, Calif.
298
Pueblo, Colo.
218 Broomfield, Colo.
221 Widefield, Colo.
174
Pueblo, Colo.
168
Dallas, Texas
222
Hayden, Colo.
232
Bedford, Texas
194
Austin, Tex.
160 Arlington, Texas
219 Fort Lupton, Colo.
158 Long Beach, Calif.
239
Gilbert, Ariz.
291
Littleton, Colo.
274 Elizabeth, Colo.
210 Castle Rock, Colo.
214 Highlands Ranch, Colo.
265
Littleton, Colo.
251 Fountain, Colo.
233
Fremont, Calif.
281
Aurora, Colo.
HEAD COACH:
John Wristen, Seventh season (Southern Colorado, 1984)
ASSISTANT COACHES: Hunter Hughes (Defensive Coordinator) Daren Wilkinson (Offemsive Coordinator), Steven
Sewell (Running Backs), Dave Borbely (Offensive Line/Run
Game Coordinator), Donnel Leomiti (Defensive Backs/Recruiting Coordinator), Bernard Jackson (Wide Receivers),
Carl Fetters (Outside Linebackers), Craig Ward (Defensive
Line), Dale Cresswell (Linebackers), Darrel Gorham (Tight
Ends), Roxy Burris (Assistant Offensive Line), Justin Rich
(Assistant Offensive Line), Mark Haering (Assistant Wide
Receivers), Jake Novotny (Defensive Graduate Assistant)
and Colby Starkebaum (Defensive Graduate Assistant)
CSU-Pueblo Football
CSU-Pueblo Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 11, 2014)
All games
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Date
Sep 04, 2014
Sep 13, 2014
Sep 20, 2014
Sep 27, 2014
Oct 04, 2014
Oct 11, 2014
Oct 18, 2014
Oct 25, 2014
Nov 01, 2014
Nov 08, 2014
Opponent
WEST TEXAS A&M
at Sam Houston State
at Western State
at Western New Mexico
ADAMS STATE
at Fort Lewis
CHADRON STATE
at Colorado Mines
BLACK HILLS STATE
at Colorado Mesa
Rushing
Cameron McDondle
J.B. Mathews
Marche Dennard
Bernard McDondle
Daniel Wise
Kieren Duncan
Grant Neal
Fradlet Dort
Patrick O'Malley
Malcolm Ruben
Team
Chris Bonner
Total
Opponents
Passing
gp
gp
10
5
3
8
9
10
10
Receiving
gp
Field Goals
Greg O'Donnell
Scoring
Greg O'Donnell
Cameron McDondle
Jarred Radebaugh
J.B. Mathews
Kieren Duncan
Daniel Wise
Paul Browning
Zach Boyd
Stephan Dickens
C.J. Roberts
Josiah Flack
Josh Bredl
Seth Brown
Felix Mestas
Marche Dennard
Trent Thompson
Chris Bonner
Total
Opponents
gain loss
net avg
Att.
7321
9678
562
425
8670
1656
8926
2050
6817
1616
td
effic comp-att-int
no.
yds
avg
pct. 01-19
fg
- 16-26
14 6 5 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 44 16-26
13 11-14
td
17.1
12.9
17.1
10.3
21.1
10.4
10.5
7.7
6.1
13.9
11.5
7.5
8.0
10.5
3.5
12.0
3.0
13.0
8.5
16-26 61.5 1-1
td
yds
td
kick
42-43
42-43
11-12
2
6
2
1
3
2
0
3
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
22
7
20-29
5-8
lg avg/g
66 235.2
14
7.6
9
4.0
0
0.0
0
0.0
66 240.2
39 179.4
5-6
40-49
5-10
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0-1
- 0-1
- 0-1
no.
Stephan Dickens
C.J. Roberts
LaRon Tarkington
D'ere Moore
Josiah Flack
Harrison Hunter
LeVon Floyd
Seth Brown
Ben Estica
lg avg/g
6
5
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
Punting
lg blk
0-1
49
-
pts
- 90
- 84
- 36
- 30
- 18
- 18
- 12
- 12
- 12
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
0
- 354
- 122
1
Punt Returns
no.
Kick Returns
no.
21
4
3
1
29
11
Daniel Wise
J.B. Mathews
Blake Thomas
D'ere Moore
Brock Campbell
Jordan Anderson
Total
Opponents
All Purpose
Cameron McDon
Daniel Wise
Kieren Duncan
J.B. Mathews
Stephan Dickens
Total
Opponents
Total Offense
Away
5-1
4-1
1-0
CSUP
208
91
100
17
1817
390
4.7
181.7
16
2402
334-185-5
7.2
13.0
240.2
22
4219
5.8
421.9
24-533
29-493
20-250
9-7
65-597
62-44.9
30:01
53/156
5/12
yds avg
27
67
29
16
16
0
6
49
40
4.5
13.4
9.7
16.0
16.0
0.0
6.0
49.0
40.0
lg
48 2155 44.9 70
13 601 46.2 71
1 30 30.0 30
Stephan Dickens
C.J. Roberts
Daniel Wise
Josh Johnson
Total
Opponents
50-99
Home
4-0
3-0
1-0
no. yds avg
Ken Kester
Louie Neil
Greg O'Donnell
PAT
rush rcv pass dxp saf
-
Interceptions
59 85.5
47 37.2
66 77.0
24 20.6
57 35.8
25 14.6
18 15.1
32 10.0
19
6.7
39 15.9
42
5.8
15
3.3
14
2.4
12 10.5
5
0.8
12
3.0
3
0.4
66 240.2
39 179.4
30-39
Overall
9-1
7-1
2-0
Team Statistics
FIRST DOWNS
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
RUSHING YARDAGE
Rushing Attempts
Average Per Rush
Average Per Game
TDs Rushing
PASSING YARDAGE
Att-Comp-Int
Average Per Pass
Average Per Catch
Average Per Game
TDs Passing
TOTAL OFFENSE
Average Per Play
Average Per Game
KICK RETURNS: #-Yards
PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards
INT RETURNS: #-Yards
FUMBLES-LOST
PENALTIES-Yards
PUNTS-AVG
TIME OF POSSESSION/Game
3RD-DOWN Conversions
4TH-DOWN Conversions
70 132.8
42 31.8
17 15.7
25 12.4
6
1.2
8
1.8
5
1.1
6
0.8
3
0.5
5
0.4
0 -2.6
0 -9.2
70 181.7
41 120.7
135.78 179-321-5 55.8 2352 21
116.58
4-9-0
44.4
38 1
150.40
2-2-0
100.0
12 0
0.00
0-1-0
0.0
0 0
0.00
0-1-0
0.0
0 0
134.54 185-334-5 55.4 2402 22
89.82 212-385-20 55.1 1794 7
6 30 513
9 26 335
4 18 308
9 18 185
10 17 358
10 14 146
9 13 136
10 13 100
10 11
67
7
8 111
8
4
46
9
4
30
10
3
24
2
2
21
9
2
7
4
1
12
8
1
3
10 185 2402
10 212 1794
fg
pct
Record:
All games
Conference
Non-Conference
lg avg/g
10 215 1350 22 1328 6.2 12
10 64 342 24 318 5.0 2
9 50 165 24 141 2.8 1
8 18 107
8
99 5.5 0
10
2
12
0
12 6.0 0
6
2
11
0
11 5.5 1
10
4
11
0
11 2.8 0
6
2
6
1
5 2.5 0
6
1
3
0
3 3.0 0
5
5
11
9
2 0.4 0
8 15
0 21 -21 -1.4 0
10 12
0 92 -92 -7.7 0
10 390 2018 201 1817 4.7 16
10 372 1552 345 1207 3.2 6
Chris Bonner
Malcolm Ruben
Caleb Flack
Team
Jarred Radebaugh
Total
Opponents
Kieren Duncan
Jarred Radebaugh
Paul Browning
Trent Thompson
Daniel Wise
Zach Boyd
Khalyph Smith
J.B. Mathews
Cameron McDondle
DeShon Williams
Bernard McDondle
Treyben Letlow
Grant Neal
Felix Mestas
Marche Dennard
Richard Wheeler
Blake Thomas
Total
Opponents
att
Score
35-6
47-21
26-23
45-7
17-7
22-23
41-13
20-12
49-7
52-3
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
16
4
1
1
1
1
24
36
g
rush
td
td
rcv
25.0
23.0
0.0
20.0
10.0
11.0
22.2
21.3
pr
fc i20 50+ blk
6 17 23 19
5 0 2 6
0 0 1 0
yds avg
400
92
0
20
10
11
533
767
30
48
18
16
16
0
6
49
40
tb
td
20.3
10.0
5.7
9.0
17.0
8.6
OPP
173
68
84
21
1207
372
3.2
120.7
6
1794
385-212-20
4.7
8.5
179.4
7
3001
4.0
300.1
36-767
11-95
5-0
19-10
57-524
84-39.6
29:58
45/171
4/16
lg
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
yds avg
427
40
17
9
493
95
Neutral
0-0
0-0
0-0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
lg
73
23
14
0
73
30
lg
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
43
42
0
20
10
11
43
82
kr
ir
total avg/g
10 1328
67
0
0
0 1395 139.5
10
12 358 17 400
0 787 78.7
6
11 513
0
0
0 524 87.3
10 318 100
0 92
0 510 51.0
10
0
0 427
0 27 454 45.4
10 1817 2402 493 533 250 5495 549.5
10 1207 1794 95 767
0 3863 386.3
Chris Bonner
Cameron McDondle
J.B. Mathews
Marche Dennard
Bernard McDondle
Total
Opponents
g plays
10
10
10
9
8
10
10
rush
pass
total avg/g
333 -92 2352 2260
215 1328
0 1328
64 318
0 318
50 141
0 141
18
99
0
99
724 1817 2402 4219
757 1207 1794 3001
Nov. 15, 2014 – New Mexico Highlands at #8 CSU-Pueblo
226.0
132.8
31.8
15.7
12.4
421.9
300.1
The Automated ScoreBook
N.M. Highlands Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Nov 11, 2014)
All games
## Defensive Leaders
42
40
11
31
2
74
8
22
75
6
43
50
51
20
44
25
37
5
10
1
TM
18
24
7
30
15
19
17
33
4
69
54
82
16
14
23
55
3
38
41
95
26
21
gp
Jared Koster
Brandon Brown
Ken Spigner
Eric Smith
Kennis Lewis
Anthony Gordon
Don Carter
Taj Mathis
Jermiah Wilder
John Paul
Ponepate Faleofa
Michael Schuhe
Marty Robinson
Eugene Palmer
Yusuf Mohammed
Jerrod Moton
Peyton Lott
Tyler Slavin
Kirt Terry-Springs
CJ Grice
TEAM
Niko Aumua
Christian Johnson
Lance Orender
Brandon Youngblood
Jimmy Victorian
Patrick Carney
James Foster
Alex Dantzler
Harold Smith-Mobley
Omar Colon
Jack Ivers
Austin Jones
Geno Hall
Zach Tapia
Vincent Venegas
Justin Bates
Travon Payne
Khadeem Campbell
Larry Martinez
Tysheem Smith
Keenan Anderson
Nigel Simmons
Total
Opponents
10
10
10
10
8
10
10
10
10
9
10
9
10
9
10
9
8
10
10
10
7
2
9
10
6
8
9
7
3
9
3
10
8
5
9
10
1
10
10
1
1
2
6
10
10
ua
92
54
36
23
24
27
21
35
11
16
13
11
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17
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20
28
22
15
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355
369
Tackles
tot
tfl/yds
150
111
56
51
46
42
41
40
34
34
28
27
26
26
23
15
12
8
6
5
5
4
4
3
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3
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845
16.0-61
7.0-33
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2.0-6
1.0-3
8.0-35
8.0-20
1.0-1
3.0-18
10.0-51
3.5-19
2.5-6
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5.5-20
3.5-10
5.5-6
3.5-9
3.5-5
15.0-74
8.0-41
3.5-15
5.0-35
13.0-48
3.5-16
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4.0-20
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58
CSU-Pueblo Football
CSU-Pueblo Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Nov 11, 2014)
All games
## Defensive Leaders
44
43
5
39
4
97
40
21
92
3
2
41
6
8
9
23
96
11
22
27
58
91
26
99
17
24
42
53
18
87
14
49
13
19
47
TM
32
10
86
36
57
35
95
31
38
93
Joe Rosenbrock
Seth Brown
Jarrod Lacy
Josiah Flack
Stephan Dickens
Morgan Fox
Ben Estica
LaRon Tarkington
Tony Campton
Darius Allen
C.J. Roberts
Kevin Cuff
Harrison Hunter
Josh Bredl
Sam Singleton
LeVon Floyd
Josh Croy
Joseph Jones
Trace Gray
D'ere Moore
Lucas Watts
Joe Shultz
Darien Brunson
Deyon Sizer
Mannie Rathell
Marche Dennard
Grant Neal
Ryan Merrill
Josh Johnson
Daniel Wise
Fradlet Dort
Trent Thompson
Greg O'Donnell
Ronell McNeal
Nate Germano
Team
J.B. Mathews
Jarred Radebaugh
Khalyph Smith
DeShon Williams
Jordan Anderson
Demetrius Gilmore
John Adam
Lance Cox
P. DeHerrera
Eli McKinney
Total
Opponents
gp
ua
9
10
10
10
10
10
9
10
10
10
9
10
8
8
8
9
9
9
9
7
9
5
8
6
8
9
10
7
6
10
6
9
10
5
5
8
10
9
9
7
4
6
4
5
1
4
10
10
39
34
31
24
29
21
28
24
13
21
28
14
13
17
9
13
7
8
8
4
4
2
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2
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421
378
Tackles
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29
32
22
27
22
22
15
18
28
19
12
7
7
2
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53
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21
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11
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8
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