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1999 St. John's Football Preview Information
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College Info
School: Saint John's University
Founded: 1857
Location: Collegeville, Minn.
Enrollment: 1,696
President: Brother Dietrich Reirhart OSB
Athletic Director: Jim Smith
Team Nickname: Johunies
Colors: Cardinal and Blue
Stadium: Clemens Stadium (5,500)
Press Box Phone: 320-363-2763
 

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Football Staff
Head Coach: John Gagliardi
Alma Mater/year of grad: Colorado College/1949
Starting 51st season overall, 47th at Saint John's
Overall Record: 353-105-11 - winningest active coach and second all-time
Record at Saint John's: 329-99-10
Coach's Phone/best time to call: 320-363-3337/mornings

Assistant Coaches:
Jerry Haugen, defense
John Elton, defense
Jim Gagliardi, offensive coordinator
Gary Fasching, defense
Mike Trewick, offense
Chris Govern, defense
Jeff Bretherton, Offensive Line
Dean Taylor, Defense
 
 

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Sports Information
SID: Michael Hemmesch
Office Phone: 320-363-2595
Home Phone: 320-363-3807
Fax: 320-363-3446
Sports Hotline: 320-363-2007
E-mail Address: mhemmesch@csbsju.edu
School WWW Address:   http://www.csbsju.edu/sjusports/
 

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 1998 Game-by Game Results
 
 

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1999  Schedule
 
 
 

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Player & Team Information
1998 Overall Record: 11-1
1998 Conference Record/Place: 9-0 1st
Starters Returning/Lost: Offense:  Defense:   Special Teams:
 

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Returning Starters (Pos.. year. ht.. wt. misc. notes:
Offense (5)
senior wide receiver Ben Sieben (Melrose/Melrose HS) -- 36 passes for 506 yards and seven touchdowns in 1998

senior quarterback Tom Linneman (Melrose/Melrose HS) -- 2116 yards and 26 touchdowns in 1998

senior offensive linemen Spencer Sokoly (Mayville, Wis./Mayville HS)

senior offensive lineman Chad O'Hara (St. Cloud/Tech HS)

junior offensive lineman Chris Salvato (North Oaks/St. Thomas Academy HS)

Defense (6)
senior linebacker Brandon Novak (Becker/Becker HS) -- led team in total tackles (130) and tackles for loss (22) in 1998

junior linebacker Beau LaBore (South St. Paul/ South St. Paul HS) -- 108 total tackles in 1998

senior defensive end Eric Serbus (Bird Island/BOLD HS) -- 93 total tackles and two sacks in 1998

junior defensive end Brian Zirbes (Melrose/Melrose HS) who had nine sacks in 1998

junior defensive end Phil Trier (Princeton/Princeton HS), 35 total tackles and seven sacks in seven games in 1998 before suffering a knee injury.

senior cornerback Grady McGovern (Northfield/Northfield HS) -- three interceptions in 1998

Special Teams (2)
senior punter Phil Barry (Crete, Neb.)
junior punt and kick returner Chris Moore (Edina/St. Thomas Academy HS) -- SJU
single-season punt return record with 464 yards in 1998
 
 
 

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Key Newcomers (Pos.. YR. hometown/HS/IC/last school at: notes):

Key Newcomers
Cameron McCambridge, LB, Fr., 6-2, 195, Edina
Jason Pflipsen, DB, Fr., Fr., 6-0, 175, Sartell
Justin Bundy, LB, Fr., 6-0, 215, Brainerd
Ross Denne, DB/QB, Fr., 6-3, 195, Albany

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Key Losses (Pos.. ht.. wt.. reason absent (grad/transfer/injury/misc.): notes):

Key Losses
Adam Herbst, WR
Roland Buller, RB
Paul Trobec, RB
Jon LeMieur, C
James De Leon, RG
Darwin Dumonceaux, DE
Ryan Deibele, FS
Dugan Flinn, SS
 

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Season Outlook and Notes:
1999 Saint John's University (Minn.) Football Season Preview

Under the leadership of college coaching legend John Gagliardi, Saint John's University has built one of the nation's top NCAA Division III programs.

The team's list of accomplishments is long and impressive as is Gagliardi's number two position on the all-time college coaching win list with a career record of 353-104-11. Gagliardi is the winningest active coach in all of college football. Some of those highlights in recent seasons include trips to the NCAA Division III national semifinals in 1989, 1991, 1993 and 1994 and Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Confernce crowns five of the last seven years. The team also won NCAA scoring titles in 1993 (61.5 ppg) and 1994 (47.1 ppg). SJU has not suffered through a losing season since the Johnson Administration in 1967. In the 1990s, SJU has the 10th best winning percentage (.843) and 17th most wins (85) in all divisions of college football.

The Johnnies return quality players on both sides of the ball as the Johnnies will return five offensive and five defensive starters in 1999.  The key returning players on offense are senior wide receiver Ben Sieben (Melrose/Melrose HS) who caught 36 passes for 506 yards and seven touchdowns and senior quarterback Tom Linneman (Melrose/Melrose HS) who threw for 2116 yards and 26 touchdowns. The Johnnies will look to junior running back Chris Moore (Edina/St. Thomas Academy HS) to lead the ground attack and improve on his school record for career punt return yards. Saint John's also returns three key linemen, senior Spencer Sokoly (Mayville, Wis./Mayville HS; Chad O'Hara (St. Cloud/Tech HS and junior lineman Chris Salvato (North Oaks/St. Thomas Academy HS).

The defense returns five starters from last year's team that finished third in total defense and second in scoring defense in the MIAC. The defense will be led by All-America selection senior linebacker Brandon Novak (Becker/Becker HS) who led the team in total tackles (130) and tackles for loss (22) and junior linebacker Beau LaBore (South St. Paul/ South St. Paul HS) who had 108 total tackles. The defensive line will be led by Senior end Eric Serbus (Bird Island/BOLD HS) who had 93 total tackles and two sacks and junior end Brian Zirbes (Melrose/Melrose HS) who had nine sacks.  Senior corner back Grady McGovern (Northfield/Northfield HS), three interceptions, will lead the Johnnie secondary.

The special teams will be in good shape due the return of senior punter Phil Barry (Crete, Neb.) and junior punt and kick returner Chris Moore (Edina/St. Thomas Academy HS). Moore set an SJU single-season punt return record with 464 yards last season.
 
 

Saint John's University Football Coach
John Gagliardi -- "The Winningest Active Coach in College Football"

The 1998 football season was a special one at Saint John's University as legendary head coach John Gagliardi coaches his 50th season and 46th season in Collegeville. The winningest active coach and second all-time in college football history, Gagliardi currently owns a 353-105-11 collegiate career record.

The son of an Italian-born body shop owner in Trinidad, Colo., Gagliardi's coaching career began almost by accident. When his high school coach (Trinidad Catholic) was drafted into World War II, Gagliardi, as captain, took over the reins at the age of 16 in 1943. He had a natural flair for working with young people and igniting in them a winning attitude. His teams won four conference titles in Gagliardi's six years of coaching high school level. While he was winning football and basketball games, Gagliardi was also putting himself through college.

After graduation from Colorado College in 1949, Gagliardi accepted his first college coaching position at Carroll College, a small Catholic liberal arts school in Helena, Montana, after talking to several other schools. It didn't seem like a promising start. A string of losing seasons had left Carroll's program in disarray, and the college was thinking about dropping football altogether.

Despite those odds, Gagliardi led Carroll to a conference title in his first season as a college coach in 1949. His teams there posted four consecutive winning seasons and won two more conference titles. In addition, Gagliardi filled out the rest of his calendar by coaching basketball and baseball at the college.

His success caught the attention of another small Catholic liberal arts college - Saint John's University of Collegeville, Minnesota. Saint John's needed a coach to succeed the legendary Johnny "Blood" McNally, a charter member of the Professional Football Hall of Fame.

Compared to Carroll, Saint John's football program was healthy before Gagliardi's arrival but not exactly thriving. SJU had not won a conference title in 15 years. Gagliardi took over the program in 1953 with a mandate to turn the program around. Meanwhile, Blood offered this gloomy prediction: "Nobody could ever win at Saint
John's."

Once again, Gagliardi surprised the skeptics by winning the MIAC title that fall with a 6-2 overall record that featured a key 7-6 win over Concordia. He also went on to produce winners with SJU's track and hockey teams- proving his unique coaching methods and motivational skills are transferable to other sports.

After 46 seasons, Gagliardi's teams are still setting the standard for MIAC competitors. He has coached three national championship teams (1963, 1965 and 1976) and in 1994, SJU was within one game of making the NCAA Division III finals before losing to Albion, Mich.

As a collegiate coach Gagliardi's teams have won 22 conference titles and have appeared in 29 post-season games. In the past 34 years, SJU has been nationally ranked 32 times and it owns an 19-10 post-season record. In 1993, SJU became the first NCAA team since the 1904 Minnesota Gophers to score more than 700 points in a season with 702 points in 13 games (54 ppg). *

Gagliardi's insights on strategy, success and motivation are discussed in the book Gagliardi of Saint John's: The Man, The Coach, The Legend, written by Don Riley, a longtime sports columnist for the St. Paul Pioneer Press. Gagliardi's unique story has brought the spotlight to Saint John's and in the recent years the team has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Sports Illustrated, ESPN, ESPN2, CNN, CNN/SI, CBS News Sunday Morning, USA Today, New York Times, USA Weekend, Boston Globe, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, and Chicago Tribune. In 1993, Josten's and the SJU J-Club unveiled the new Gagliardi Trophy that goes to the nation's outstanding Division III player.

Gagliardi's success is attributable to more than mere football strategy and tactics. He is an astute judge of talent, he creates an environment of fun and high expectations and he concentrates on methods and practices that truly focus on winning football games. In short, Gagliardi's approach is one of concentration at the critical point and flawless execution. It is accomplished through a practice regimen that is purposeful- emphasizing repetition and fundamentals. His coaching methods have been distilled into a series of "Winning With Nos," some of which are listed below.

     No blocking sleds or dummies
     No scholarships
     No spring practices
     No weightlifting program
     No whistles
     No "coach" - players call him John
     No forced running or "killer" drills
     No hitting in practice - players wear shorts or sweats
     Short practices - an hour and a half or less

Each year, over 140 students turn out to be part of the Saint John's program.
Through his current and former players, his accomplishments on and off the field
and his place in the records of NCAA football, John Gagliardi had built a legacy
that is unrivaled in college football.

* Tex Noel/1st-N-Goal College Football Resource Services, Bedford, Ind.

John Gagliardi Facts and Figures

Career Record: 353-105-11 (1949-present)
Career Record at Carroll (Mont.): 24-6-1 (1949-1952)
Career Record at SJU: 329-99-10 (1953-present)
Career Record vs. MIAC schools: 268-80-9 (1953-present)

First Career Collegiate Victory: Carroll 38, Rocky Mountain College 20 (1949)
50th Career Collegiate Victory: SJU 23, Augsburg 0 (1957)
100th Career Collegiate Victory: SJU 34, Hamline 6 (1965)
150th Career Collegiate Victory: SJU 21, Concordia 6 (1973)
200th Career Collegiate Victory: SJU 45, Bethel 32 (1980)
250th Career Collegiate Victory: SJU 17, Hamline 13 (1987)
300th Career Collegiate Victory: SJU 77, at Bethel 12 (Oct. 16, 1993)
324th Career Collegiate Victory (moves into second place ahead of Bear Bryant):
at SJU 35, Carleton 14 (Oct. 21, 1995)
350th Career Collegiate Victory: SJU 35, at St. Olaf 0 (Oct. 31, 1998)

Career Shutouts: 83
Longest Winning Streak: 20 games (1962-64)
Biggest Margin of Victory: 75-2 vs. Coe (1991)
First MIAC Title: 1953 (6-2/5-1 MIAC)
MIAC Championships: 19 (1953, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1971, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977,
1979, 1982, 1985, 1989, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 and 1998)
Conference titles at Carroll, Mont: 3 (1950, 1951, 1952)
National Championships: 3 (1963, 1965 and 1976)
Years Without a Losing Season: 31 (1968-Present)
Least Points Allowed in Season: 27 (1965)
Most Points Scored in Season: 702 (1993)

Season Records at SJU

Year / Overall / MIAC
1953 / 6-2 / 5-1*
1954/ 6-2/ 4-2
1955/ 7-2/ 4-2
1956/ 3-4-1 / 2-4-1
1957 / 5-3 / 4-3
1958 / 6-2 / 5-2
1959 / 5-3 / 4-3
1960 / 4-3-1 / 3-3-1
1961 / 6-2 / 5-2
1962 / 9-0 / 7-0*
1963 / 10-0 / 7-0*%
1964 / 4-3 / 4-3
1965 / 11-0 / 7-0*%
1966 / 4-3-1 / 3-3-1
1967 / 3-5 / 3-4
1968 / 6-4 / 3-3
1969 / 8-1-1 / 5-1-1
1970 / 6-3 / 5-2
1971 / 8-1 / 6-1*
1972 / 7-2 / 5-2
1973 / 4-4 / 3-4
1974 / 7-2 / 5-2*
1975 / 8-1-1 / 7-0-1*
1976 / 10-0-1 / 7-0*%
1977 / 7-2 / 7-0*
1978 / 6-3 / 5-3
1979 / 7-2 / 6-2*
1980 / 5-3 / 5-3
1981 / 7-2 / 6-2
1982 / 9-1 / 8-0*
1983 / 7-4 / 7-2
1984 / 6-3 / 6-3
1985 / 8-2 / 8-1*
1986 / 4-4-1 / 4-4-1
1987 / 8-3 / 7-2
1988 / 7-2 / 7-2
1989 / 10-1-1 / 9-0-1*
1990 / 7-3 / 6-3
1991 / 11-1 / 8-0*
1992 / 8-1-1 / 7-1-1
1993 / 12-1 / 9-0*
1994 / 11-2 / 8-1*
1995 / 8-1-1 / 7-1-1*
1996 / 11-1 / 9-0*
1997 / 6-4 / 6-3
1998 / 11-1 / 9-0*
* MIAC Champs / % National Champs

Records at Carroll College (Carroll, Mont.)
Year / Overall
1952 / 7-2
1951 / 6-1-1
1950 / 5-2
1949 / 6-1
Records at St. Mary's H.S. (Colo. Springs, Colo.)
Year / Overall
1948 5-3
1947 5-3
Records at Trinidad Catholic H.S. (Trinidad, Colo.)
Year / Overall
1946 / 7-2
1945 / 5-3
1944 / 5-3
1943 / 5-3
 

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See Their Roster on their home page
1999 Preseason Roster

1999 Saint John's University Football Roster (as of 8/24/99)

No. Name Ht. Wt. Pos. Yr. Hometown/High
School
1 Eric Kalin 6-0 195 K So. Eden Prairie
1 Steve Lynch 6-1 180 WR Sr. Hugo/White Bear Lake
2 Joel Torborg 5-10 165 WR Sr. Richmond/Rocori
2 Andy Hover 6-0 170 DB Jr. South St. Paul/St. Thomas Academy
3 Gabe Hulsey 5-11 175 QB So. Jefferson City, Mo.
3 Ben Sieben 5-9 170 WR Sr. Melrose
4 Ross Spanier 5-9 165 WR Fr. Sartell
4 Charlie Black 6-2 195 QB So. Hastings
5 Brad Beyer 6-2 200 DB So. Utica/Winona Cotter
5 Joe Linhoff 6-4 200 K Sr. Kansas City, Mo./Rockhurst
6 Pat Reichert 6-3 190 DB So. Dickinson, N.D./Trinity
6 Zach McBroom 6-4 200 QB So. Mora
7 Mike Omann 6-2 205 DE Jr. Sartell
7 Brooks Deibele 5-10 170 WR So. Sleepy Eye
8 Tom Linnemann 6-3 195 QB Sr. Melrose
9 Charlie Carr 6-1 165 WR Fr. St. Cloud/Apollo
9 Grady McGovern 6-1 190 DB Sr. Northfield
10 Patrick Gavin 6-0 180 DB So. St. Paul/Cretin-Derham Hall
10 Joe Steingraeber 6-2 190 WR So. LaCrosse, Wis./Aquinas
11 Joe Rotondi 6-0 190 K Jr. Woodbury
11 Brett Holmgren 6-2 190 WR Fr. Blaine
12 Luke Rekucki 6-3 190 DB Fr. Blaine
12 Corey Stanger 6-3 235 QB Jr. Clear Lake/Becker
13 Ryan Mathre 5-11 170 DB Fr. Cold Spring/Rocori
13 Pat France 6 2 195 QB Jr. Wausau, Wis./Newman
14 Chris Kuenzli 6-0 185 QB So. Shoreview/Moundsview
14 Matt Edberg 6-1 180 QB Fr. Shorewood/Benilde-St. Margaret's
15 Phillip Rojeski 6-0 175 QB Fr. Chisholm
15 Mike Mikkelson 5-10 185 DB Sr. St. Cloud/Lac qui Parle
16 Paul Rosenow 5-11 180 DB Fr. Hutchinson
16 Brian Whinnery 6-2 200 QB So. St. Paul/Cretin-Derham Hall
17 Ross Denne 6-3 175 DB-QB Fr. Avon/Albany
17 Steve Klaverkamp 6-0 200 SS Sr. St.
Cloud/Sartell
18 Tom Hildreth 5-10 185 DB So. Apple Valley/Farmington
18 Joe Ashfield 6-3 210 QB Sr. Oakdale/Tartan
19 Marc Jerzak 5-8 175 SS Jr. Milaca
19 Luke Zauhar 6-0 165 QB Fr. Baxter/Brainerd
20 Ryan Danielson 6-2 225 DB So. Fargo, N.D./Shanley
20 Ryan Tritz 5-9 205 RB Jr. Excelsior/Chaska
21 Tom Johnson 5-10 160 DB So. Rushford/Rushford-Peterson
21 Drew Gibson 6-1 180 WR Jr. Winona/Cotter
22 Will Gibson 6-0 195 DB Sr. Winona/Cotter
22 Jeremy Forsell 5-11 185 WR Jr. St. Joseph/St. Cloud Apollo
23 Nate Feneis 6-0 190 DE So. Sartell
23 John Soma 5-11 185 FB Sr. Woodbury
24 Jason Pflipsen 6-0 180 DB Fr. St. Cloud/Sartell
24 Andy Conzemius 5-8 180 RB So. Minnetonka/Benilde-St. Margaret's
25 Brandon Novak 5-10 210 LB Sr. Becker
25 Scott Huhtala 5-8 225 RB Jr. Clear Lake/Becker
26 Travis Dove 6-0 195 DB Fr. Wisc. Rapids, Wis.
26 Matt Sand 6-3 180 WR So. Cannon Falls
27 Matt Kuchar 6-0 180 WR So. Edina/Benilde-St. Margaret's
27 Jaime Hommerding 5-10 175 DB So. St. Cloud/Tech
28 T.J. Rendulich 5-8 185 DB Jr. Duluth/Denfeld
28 Kent Crowley 6-0 195 RB Fr. Iona/Fulda
29 Geoff Karel 6-1 170 DB-QB Fr. Shoreview/Moundsview
29 Adam Laliberte 5-9 175 RB So. Westlake Village, Calif.
30 Alex Monroe 6-4 195 WR Fr. Golden Valley/Hopkins
30 Jake Brown 6-0 170 DB Fr. Browerville
31 Nate Kirschner 6-3 210 WR Jr. Mora
31 Dustin Schultz 5-11 185 DB Sr. Buffalo
32 Beau LaBore 6-2 210 LB Jr. South St. Paul
32 Matt Grover 5-8 195 RB Fr. Fargo, N.D./North
33 Joel Schou 6-0 165 DB Fr. Dickinson, N.D./Granville
33 Jeff Radel 6-0 185 RB So. Redwood Falls/Redwood Valley
34 Mason Sullivan 6-0 185 WR Fr. Champlin/Champlin Park
34 Adam Switlick 5-10 195 LB Jr. Wausau, Wis./West
35 Dan LaVigne 5-9 185 RB Sr. Grand Marias/Cook County
35 Phillip Barry 6-1 200 DB Sr. Crete, Neb.
36 Erik Hanson 6-0 170 RB Jr. Montroe/Buffalo
36 Tim Roddy 6-1 215 LB Fr. Edina
37 Jason Bailey 6-2 180 RB Fr. Arden Hills/Moundsview
37 Cameron McCambridge6-2 200 LB Fr. Edina
38 Paul Johnson 5-10 155 WR Fr. Winnecome, Wis./Winneconne
38 Mark Westerhaus 6-1 190 DB Fr. Maplewood/Hill-Murray
39 Paul Dotter 6-1 190 FB Fr. Robbinsdale/Cooper
39 Michael Carey 6-2 185 DB So. Kirkland, Wash./Seattle Prep
40 Andy Stolp 5-10 205 LB So. Arden Hills/Moundsview
40 Andy Landkammer 6-0 190 RB Sr. Springfield
41 Adam Marti 5-11 200 RB Fr. North Mankato/West
41 Chris Moore 5-11 200 RB Jr. Edina/St. Thomas Academy
42 David Valencia 5-7 165 RB-LB So. Burtrum/Swanville
42 Eric Serbus 5-11 185 SS Sr. Bird Island/BOLD
43 Luke Doubler 6-2 195 LB Fr. Walnut Grove/Westbrook-Walnut Grove
43 Tom Sullivan 6-0 190 RB Fr. Edina/St. Thomas Academy
44 Justin Bundy 6-1 215 LB Fr. Brainerd
44 Aaron Krych 6-1 235 RB Jr. Holdingford
45 Tom Kettleson 6-2 215 TE Fr. Bismarck, N.D./St. Mary's Central
45 Bach Parker 6-1 210 LB Fr. Seeley Lake, Mont./Seeley Lake
46 Mark Bot 6-2 180 TE Fr. Glenwood/Minnewaska
46 Chris Dykhoff 6-1 185 LB Fr. Maple Grove
47 Mike De Leon 6-0 180 RB Fr. Stillwater
47 Josh Jipson 6-0 190 RB So. Northwestern Maple
48 Jamie Jones 6-2 210 LB So. Missoula, Mont./Loyola
48 Kevin Devoy 5-8 160 WR Fr. Mendota Heights/St. Thomas Academy
49 Chris Steck 6-2 225 DL Fr. Kansas City, Mo./Rockhurst
50 Jeff Boyle 6-3 270 OC So. Morris
51 Rob Yanda 5-9 190 Lb So. Edina
51 Spencer Sokoly 6-4 285 C Sr. Mayville, Wis.
52 Pete Corkrean 5 11 200 LB So. Winterset, Iowa
52 Jeremy Kuehl 6-0 200 OC Fr. St. Peter
53 Brent Vogt 6-0 215 DL Fr. Olivia/BOLD
53 Josh Dirlam 6-1 230 OC Fr. Eden Prairie
54 Josh Hart 6-1 205 LB Jr. Annandale
55 Nick Bancks 5-9 190 LB Fr. Fairmont
55 Bryan Bohlman 5-11 225 G Jr. Richmond/Rocori
56 Josh Noble 5-11 205 LB So. Maynard/MACCRAY
57 Josh Halverson 5-11 215 LB Fr. Arlington/Sibley East
57 Neil Bjorkman 6-1 225 LB Jr. Woodbury
58 Jim Norman 6-2 235 OL So. Woodbury
58 Tim Pahula 5-10 230 LB Jr. Eagan
59 Josh Miller 6-4 225 LB Fr. Mound
60 Nate Holmberg 6-1 205 LB So. Buffalo
60 Brandon Vonderharr6-3 250 DE Sr. Henderson, Tenn./Lac qui Parle
61 Eric Johnson 6-0 270 OC So. Shakopee
62 Chris Salvato 6 1 265 G Jr. North Oaks/St. Thomas Academy
63 Mike Downes 6-1 205 DE Fr. Lakeville
63 Kyle Veenis 5-10 215 OL Fr. Shoreview/Cretin-Derham Hall
64 Andy Gregory 5-10 260 NT Sr. Littleton, Colo./Chatfield
65 Adam Clemen 6-2 260 OC Fr. Prior Lake
66 Leif Johnson 6-0 245 OC So. International Falls
67 Kyle Schlomann 6-0 250 T Jr. Olivia/BOLD
68 Eric Reeve 6-2 260 OC Fr. Fairmont
69 Nick Gruys 6-3 250 DL Fr. Edina/Annandale
69 Andy Minnich 5-11 230 OC So. Champlin/Champlin Park
70 Josh Pantzke 6-6 270 OL So. Rice/Sartell
71 Tony Kangas 6-0 240 OL Fr. Woodbury
72 Cory McNattin 6-0 280 OC Fr. Plymouth/Maple Grove
72 Ryan Bielat 6-2 225 DL Fr. Sartell
73 Jim Mulrooney 6-4 300 OL Fr. Inver Grove Heights/St. Thomas Academy
74 Ted Griffin 6-4 270 OL Fr. Richmond/Rocori
75 Chris Marsh 6-0 260 DL Fr. Eden Prairie
75 Chad O'Hara 6-6 250 T Sr. St. Cloud/Tech
76 Mark Koch 6-0 195 DL So. Eagle Lake/Mankato Loyola
77 Brian Zirbes 6-3 235 DT Jr. Melrose
77 Eric Morud 6-1 275 OL Fr. Bemidji
78 Nathan Bennett 6-0 250 OL Fr. Blackduck
79 Jeff Macalena 6-4 265 T Jr. Buffalo
80 Rob Steffner 6-0 175 WR Sr. Victoria/Chaska
81 Tom Engwall 6-6 235 TE-P Fr. Hutchinson
82 Paul Determan 6-2 200 TE Fr. Lakeville/Sartell
83 Joshua Otto 5-11 160 WR Jr. S. Sioux City, Neb.
84 John Treptau 6-3 210 WR So. Becker
85 Brian Ragatz 6-4 215 TE So. Mendota Heights/St. Thomas Academy
86 Blake Elliot 6-0 185 WR Fr. Melrose
87 Dan Berendes 6-3 220 TE Jr. Maple Grove/Totino-Grace
88 Phil Trier 6-2 210 DE Jr. Princeton
88 Matt Lloyd 6-0 230 TE Jr. Rockford
89 Jeff Paulson 6-1 175 WR Fr. Mora
89 Alex Wesley 6-3 235 DE Jr. Waterville/Waterville-WEM
90 Andy Dahlheimer 6-0 195 WR Fr. Elk River
91 Scott Weingart 6-1 200 DL Fr. Bloomington/Jefferson
91 Eric Jaax 5-11 170 WR Fr. Bloomington/Jefferson
92 Jim Martin 6-3 215 TE Fr. Apple Valley/Holy Angels
92 Dan Kosel 6-0 230 DL Fr. St. Cloud/Cathedral
93 Pat Gilbert 6-2 220 DL So. St. Paul/St. Thomas Academy
93 Brian Connelly 6-1 175 TE Fr. Kasson/Byron
94 Erich Hoffer 5-10 185 WR Fr. Prior Lake
97 John Kupcinski 6-0 190 DE Fr. Rising Sun, Md./West Nottingham Academy
 
 
 
 
 

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