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Spring Prospectus


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2003 Montana Grizzly Spring Prospectus

University of Montana Sports Information, Dave Guffey


PRESIDENT: Dr. George Dennison
CAMPUS ADDRESS: 32 Campus Dr., Missoula, 59812
LOCATION: Missoula, MT (59812)
NICKNAME: Grizzlies, Griz
COLORS: Copper/Silver/Gold
STADIUM: Washington-Grizzly (23,009)
BIG SKY MEMBERSHIP: Inaugural (1963)
SPORTS INFO.: Dave Guffey
ATHLETIC TRAINERS: J.C. Weida & Dennis Murphy
ALMA MATER (YR.): Montana (1988)
OVERALL COLLEGE RECORD: First Year 2002 Overall/Big Sky Records: 11-3/5-2-Tie-1st
RET. LETTERMEN: 46 (17 Offense, 21 Defense, 2 Kickers)
LET. LOST: 13 (6 Offense, 7 Defense)
RET. STARTERS: 19 (10 Offense, 8 Defense, 1 Kicker)
STARTERS LOST: 5 (1 Offense, 3 Defense, Punter)
2002 REDSHIRTS: 17 (11 defense, 6 offense)
LETTERMEN LOST: 13 (7 defense, 5 offense, punter)
YEARS IN PLAYOFFS: 1982,1988-89,1993-99, 2000-02
SPRING GAME: April 26, 1:30 p.m. in Polson, MT
PRACTICE TIMES: M-Tues.-Thurs: 3:45 p.m.-6:00 p.m. & Sat. at 10:00 a.m.
SCRIMMAGES: April 12 and April 18 at 10:00 a.m.


Date Team Time$
8/30 @Maine 4:00 p.m.
9/6 North Dakota State 1:05 p.m.
9/13 Sam Houston State 1:05 p.m.
9/20 OPEN DATE ------
9/27 Idaho 1:05 p.m.
10/4 Cal Poly (Homecoming) 1:05 p.m.
10/11 Weber State* 1:05 p.m.
10/18 @Idaho State* 2:05 p.m.
10/25 Portland State* 1:05 p.m.
11/1 @Northern Arizona* 6:05 p.m.
11/8 @Sacramento State* 7:05 p.m.
11/15 Eastern Washington* 12:05 p.m.
11/22 @Montana State* 12:05 p.m.
*Big Sky Conference game $All Times Mountain

2002 MONTANA RESULTS (11-3/5-2 Big Sky Conf.-T-1st)

Date Team Results (Attendance)
Aug. 29 @Hofstra W, 21-0 (5,107)
Sept. 7 Albany (N.Y.) W, 45-7 (19,511)
Sept. 14 Northern Colorado W, 31-14 (19,386)
Sept. 21 Idaho State * W, 13-9 (19,689)
Sept. 28 OPEN --------------------
Oct. 5 @Idaho W, 38-31 (14,047)
Oct. 12 @Weber State* W, 39-7 (13,383)
Oct. 19 Southern Utah W, 68-45 (19,681)
Oct. 26 @Portland State* W, 24-21 (12,733)
Nov. 2 Northern Arizona* W, 38-24 (19,276)
Nov. 9 Sacramento State* W, 31-24 (19,174)
Nov. 16 @E. Washington* L, 30-21 (17,142)
Nov. 23 Montana State* L, 10-7 (19,879)
Nov. 30 Northwestern St.% W, 45-14 (15,758)
Dec. 7 @McNeese State% L, 24-20 (15,758)
%Division I-AA playoff game


Bobby Hauck, Head Coach/Special Teams, (Montana, 1988)); Jeff Hammerschmidt, (Arizona, 1991), Defensive Coordinator/Safeties); Rob Phenicie, (Memphis, 1989), Offensive Coordinator/QBs; Fred von Appen, (Linfield, 1964) Assistant Head Coach/DE/Pass Rushers; Kraig Paulson (Montana, 1987), Linebackers; Dominic Daste (Washington, 2001), Offensive Line; Dave Schramm (San Diego State, 1988), Recruiting Coordinator/OT/TE; Ty Gregorak (Colorado, 2001), CBs/Nickels & Dimes; Luther Carr (Eastern Washington, 1995), Wide Receivers; Tom Hauck, Defensive Tackles (Montana, 1965); Ron Kowalski, (Eastern Montana, 1966), Running Backs.


WR-Dane Oliver, 5-8, 155, Sr., 3V
WR-Tate Hancock, 5-10, 170, Jr., 1V
WR-Levander Segars, 5-9, 170, Jr., 2V
TE-Conor Molloy, 6-5, 250, Jr., 1V
LT-Dylan McFarland, 6-6, 290, Sr., 3V
LG-Cory Procter, 6-5, 295, Jr., 2V
OC-Garth Enger, 6-4, 275, Jr., 2V
RG-Derek Decker, 6-5, 295, Sr., 3V
RT-Jon Skinner, 6-6, 310, Sr., 3V
RB-JR Waller, 5-9, 197, So., 1V

DE-Lance Spencer, 6-4, 230, So., 1V
DE-Tim Bush, 6-3, 245, Sr., 3V
DT-John Cahill, 6-2, 270, Jr., 2V
NT-Blake Horgan, 6-3, 275, Jr., 2V
LB-Joel Robinson, 5-11, 230, Sr., 3V
LB-Adam Hoge, 5-11, 215, Jr., V
CB-Vernon Smith, 6-1, 175, Sr., 2V
SS-Dave DeCoite, 6-1, 196, Sr., 3V

K-Chris Snyder, 6-0, 204, Sr., 3V


QB-John Edwards, 6-1, 200, Sr., 3V

FS-Trey Young, 6-0, 200, Sr., 3V
CB-Johnnie Peeples, 5-8, 180, Sr., 2V

P-Mark Spencer, 6-5, 200, Sr., 2V

2002 LETTERMEN LOST (13): Randyn Akiona, DB; Curt Colter, DT; John Edwards, QB; Herb Fernandez, DE; Shane Harris, DB; Jelani Harrison, RB; Ike Mincy, DE; Brandon Neill, QB; Johnnie Peeples, CB; Brian Pelc, OC; Joel Rosenberg, DB; Mark Spencer, P; Trey Young, FS; Rory Zikmund, WR/KOR. Bold Face Indicates Starter

2003 LETTERMAN RETURNING (46): Dylan Brown, OT; Tim Bush, DE; John Cahill, DT; Chris Connors, DE; Derek Decker, OG; Dave DeCoite, SS; Kevin Edwards, FS; Garth Enger, OC; *David Gober, RB; Pete Hamill, RB; Tate Hancock, WR; Beau Hart, OT; Jefferson Heidelberger, WR/Returns; Adam Hoge, LB; Blake Horgan, NT; Shane MacIntyre, LB; Brent Meyers, OLB; Dylan McFarland, OT; Conor Molloy, TE; Kyler Noel, LB; Dane Oliver, WR/holder; Chris Orwig, DT; Colt Palmer, TE/Snaps; Tyler Peterson, WR; *Ciche Pitcher, DE; Cory Procter, OG; Brad Rhoades, OT; Joel Robinson, LB; Alan Saenz, DT; Levander Segars, WR/Returns; *Kyle Scholle, DB; Kendall Selle, FS; Ja’Ton Simpson, TE; Jon Skinner, OT; *Vernon Smith, CB; Chris Snyder, K; Lance Spencer, DE; Jon Talmage, WR; Tyler Thomas, DB; Andy Thompson, LB; *Jonny Varona, NT; Nick Vella, LB; Willie Walden, TE; JR Waller, RB; Brad Weston, TE; Ben Winn, TE.
*Will not participate in spring drills

2002 REDSHIRTS (17): Nathan Adkins, CB; Jeff Disney, QB; Dustin Dlouhy, LB; Turill Engelman, RB; Jelani Gamba, DB; Tuff Harris, CB; Joshua Johnson, CB; Jeff Marshall, OT; Jesse McFarland, OG; Seamus Molloy, OLB; Kerry Mullan, DT; Michael Potts, DE; Brandon Robinson, CB;; Michael Rubie, CB; Matt Stern, TE; Chris Tautolo, LB; Ryan Wells, OT.


With 19 returning starters and 46 lettermen back, expectations for the 2003 University of Montana football team are once again “Big Sky-high.”

Spring drills for the Griz begin this Thursday and conclude with a spring game on Saturday, April 26 in Polson, Montana.

First-year Montana head coach Bobby Hauck said some of his primary goals heading into 2003 spring drills is to improve, to establish depth and identify starters, including the quarterback position, as well as to get better in the secondary.

“I think we accomplished our initial goals, which was to sign a good recruiting class and to get organized for the upcoming months,” Hauck said.

“I think our initial goals in spring football are to get better as a team, to improve our depth and get our younger guys to be better football players,” Hauck said. “We have several positions where we need to develop both the starter and some depth, and quarterback is one of those. It will be fun to see who departs spring drills as the number one quarterback. Another position would be at running back. We need to develop depth there and also find out who our starter is going to be.

“And last, but certainly not least, are the secondary positions where we need to improve,” Hauck said. “We are not established there by any means. We are very inexperienced in the secondary. To play in the Big Sky Conference, and to compete against the teams we’ll see outside the conference, we’ll need to improve drastically in our secondary. The punter position is also up in the air.”

Montana is coming off an 11-3 season, a 5-2 Big Sky record (three-way tie for first), and advancing to the quarter-finals of the Division I-AA playoffs. UM has been the Big Sky champion or shared the title five years in a row and eight of the past 10 seasons.

The Griz tied the record for consecutive appearances in the I-AA playoffs in 2002. It was their 10th straight which ties them with Eastern Kentucky (1986-95). Montana defeated visiting Northwestern State 45-14 in a first-round game last season and lost 24-20 at McNeese State in a quarter-final contest.

UM’s 19 returning starters include 10 on offense, eight on defense, and a place-kicker. The Griz return 12 starters who received All-Big Sky Conference recognition in 2002.

Two key players Montana needs to replace are free safety Trey Young and quarterback John Edwards, who graduated. Young was a three-year starter and the Big Sky’s defensive MVP last season. Edwards, the league co-MVP on offense (with Eastern Washington senior quarterback Josh Blankenship), finished his career as the school’s fifth leading passer with 6,704 yards and was 27-4 as a starter.

Both Edwards and Young were finalists for I-AA’s player of the year awards: the Walter Payton Award on offense and the Buch Buchanan Award on defense, respectively.

The Griz also must find replacements for starting cornerback Johnnie Peeples and punter Mark Spencer, who also graduated.

Not surprisingly, Montana started the 2002 campaign ranked first in the nation and stayed there for 11 weeks. UM was coming off the 2001 I-AA national championship, a 13-6 win over Furman, and returned 17 starters from that squad.

In 2002, the Griz reeled off 10 consecutive victories (10-0 overall and 5-0 in the conference) and tied the I-AA record for most wins in a row with 24. UM’s win skein was stopped with a 30-21 loss at Eastern Washington.

What is surprising about Montana’s 2002 season is the fact that the team returned no running backs or receivers that had scored a touchdown at UM. They were also slowed by numerous injuries to several key players throughout the year.

Junior All-American defensive end Ciche Pitcher played in just three games and was forced to sit out the season with a shoulder injury.

Returning first team all-league defensive tackle Jonny Varona missed the entire season, also with a shoulder injury.

Center Brian Pelc, a three-year starter, had his career end early when he suffered a knee injury at Weber State on October 12.

Redshirt freshman running backs David Gober and JR Waller both suffered injuries, and senior Jelani Harrison was lost in the Portland State game (Oct. 26) with a broken leg.

The Griz lost their leading receiver, freshman standout Jon Talmage, to an elbow injury in the Northern Arizona game, but he returned in time for the playoffs.

Coach Hauck said that Pitcher, junior defensive back Kyle Scholle, senior cornerback Vernon Smith, and Varona would all be kept out of spring drills so that they can fully recover from injuries.

Griz Bites:

--Montana was third in the nation in attendance in 2002, averaging 19,044 a game.

–The Griz finished ranked 9th in the final Sports Network I-AA poll.

–UM was 2nd in the nation in kickoff returns with a 24.75-yard average. (The leader was Portland State, 25.22).

–The Griz were 4th in the nation in turnover margin (+1.36).

–Last season UM ranked 13th in I-AA in rush defense (100.71 yards a game).

–In 2002, the Griz were 18th in scoring with 31.5 points a game.

–QB John Edwards was 20th in the country in total offense (236.64 yards a game).

–Tim Bush led the league in sacks in 2002 with 1.0 a game and was second in tackles for loss with 1.77 per contest (a total of 23).

–Kicker Chris Snyder was fifth in I-AA with 1.36 field goals a game.

–Levander Segars was 3rd in the league in KORs (24.5) and 5th in punt returns (10.3).

–Smith tied for the Big Sky lead in interceptions with 6.

For The Record:

–The Griz have had 11 Big Sky MVPs the last 10 years (6 offense, 5 defense).

–Since 1993 UM has gone 111-25 for a winning percentage of .816.

–The Griz are 65-10 (.867) in Big Sky games over the last decade.

–Montana has had 17 winning seasons in a row (dating back to 1986).

–UM is second in Division I-AA in wins in the 90's with 93 (93-32 for .744).

–The Griz have been ranked in I-AA’s top 25 139 of the past 142 weeks (since 1993) and in the top 10 for 59 straight weeks.

–Montana’s 13 I-AA playoff appearances ties Georgia Southern for the second most. Eastern Kentucky is first with 17.



Redshirt Jeff Disney (6-1, 198) from Chaffey Junior College and Colorado transfer Craig Ochs (6-2, 205), both juniors, will vie for the starting job. Freshman Justin Hartman (6-1, 190) is a much-heralded freshman from Great Falls (C.M. Russell High School) at UM.

“I haven’t had a chance to see any of them play up to this point, except on video,” Hauck said. “I think they’re all very talented guys who bring a lot of athletic ability to the table. Craig Ochs and Jeff Disney have really live arms and leadership skills. They are athletic, and I think that they will be exciting players to watch. We have some multi-talented quarterbacks, and all three of them can beat you with their arm or with their feet.”


JR Waller (5-9, 197) started several games, and his 826 yards last season ranked him 10th in single-season history at UM. Fellow redshirt freshman David Gober (5-9, 190) rushed for 480 yards, but will miss spring drills to concentrate on academics. Turill Engleman (5-10, 190) is a promising redshirt. Junior Pete Hamill (5-11, 190) is a returning letterman.

“JR comes into spring ball with the most experience, and he will work with the first group the first day,” Hauck said. “Turill Engleman has looked good in our off-season workouts, and when Justin Green gets here this summer he’ll add to the great competition in the fall. Running back is an important position to develop depth.”

(NOTE: Junior Justin Green, a transfer from Mesa CC, should vie for the starting job this fall. Green rushed for 874 yards last season).


All five starters return here, including three seniors. Those three seniors, tackles Dylan McFarland (6-6, 290) and Jon Skinner (6-6, 310) and guard Derek Decker (6-5, 295) will all be starting for their third season in a row.

McFarland was named to several All-American teams, while Skinner was second team all-league. Decker was honorable mention All-league, as was junior guard Cory Procter (6-5, 295). Junior Garth Enger (6-4, 285) started and played admirably the last eight games of the season at center.

“This is a strength of our football team,” Hauck said. “It’s a great group. They play well together and get along great together. We’re going to establish a top eight coming out of spring ball, and there will be some good competition to see who gets in that group. We may shuffle some positions around, but we’re not sure yet.

“Cory Procter has looked great in the off-season,” Hauck said. “Skinner, McFarland and Decker have led the charge also, and being seniors, that’s what you’d expect out of them. I fully expect that group to be a strength on our team.”

Other players who figure into the mix could be junior tackles Dylan Brown (6-4, 290) and Beau Hart (6-6, 265), and sophomores Brad Rhoades (6-5, 265) and Jake Pipinich (6-5, 290). Promising redshirt freshman Jeff Marshall (6-5, 250) and Ryan Wells (6-4, 270) will also vie for playing time.


UM has its top five players back at this position, including junior starter Conor Molloy (6-5, 250), who had 14 catches for 180 yards last season.

Other returnees are senior Brad Weston (6-1, 225), junior Willie Walden (6-7, 275), and sophomores Ja ‘Ton Simpson (6-5, 230) and Ben Winn (6-4, 225).

“This group has the potential to be some of our better players,” Hauck said. “You want to have your 11 best players on the field, and these players have a chance to make a difference for us, both catching the ball and as key blockers in our running game.


What a difference a year makes. Last season Montana had no receiver who had scored a collegiate touchdown. This year the Griz return seven of their top eight receivers, with the only loss being the graduated Rory Zikmund, who had 37 catches for 360 yards and two scores.

UM’s three leading receivers who return are Segars (51-628/2 TDs), a junior; Talmage (50–659/5); and junior Tate Hancock (37-593/6). They are followed by Waller (22-205/3), senior Dane Oliver (15-329/1), junior Tyler Peterson (15-171/1), and Molloy (14-180/1).

“This group has the most depth on our team,” Hauck said. “We are excited about all our returnees, and we have a couple of young guys who can help out too. Each of those guys bring something different to the table.”



First team All-Big Sky selection Tim Bush (6-3, 245) is back for his senior season, while 2001 first team all-leaguer Pitcher (6-3, 230) is back after red-shirting last year due to injury.

Last year Lance Spencer (6-4, 230) earned a starting role after Pitcher’s injury, and the redshirt freshman responded with 10 sacks and was an honorable mention all-league pick. Bush was a first team all-league pick last year and led the Big Sky in sacks with 13. Pitcher, who will miss spring drills, was among the league-leaders in sacks in 2001 with 11.

Bush was Montana’s fifth leading tackler last year with 67 stops, and he had a team-leading 19 tackles for losses. Spencer was UM’s eighth leading tackler with 54 stops.

Senior Chris Connors (6-2, 232) adds depth. Hauck said he expected redshirt freshman Mike Potts (6-4, 225) to compete for playing time at end as well.


Junior Blake Horgan (6-3, 275) took over for the injured Varona last season, and the result was that Horgan earned first team all-league honors.

Horgan was UM’s top (tie) tackler in 2002 with 95 stops, including nine tackles for losses. Fellow junior John Cahill (6-2, 270) was also exceptional with 60 tackles last year. Alan Saenz, a 6-2, 285-pound sophomore, adds quality depth at tackle or end. Sophomore Chris Orwig (6-5, 260) is a solid player, and a couple of redshirt freshmen could contribute as well.

“I am excited about our defensive front,” Hauck said. “They’re a lot like our offensive front, and I expect them to be the core of our defense and a real strength. Like the offensive line, we’ve got good depth at those positions, and they really look like they can play. I’ve watched a lot of video tape, and I am very impressed with them, both on tape, and in the winter workouts.”


Two starters are back, led by honorable mention All-Big Sky pick Joel Robinson (5-11, 230), who returns at one spot, and junior Adam Hoge (5-11, 215) at the other. “I am expecting both Joel and Adam to step up their game and hold off the young guys,” Hauck said.

Robinson was UM’s fourth-leading tackler a year ago with 75 stops, and an honorable mention all-league choice. Hoge was Montana’s No. Outlook Add 3-3-3 (LB Con.) 6 tackler with 65.

Senior Andy Thompson (6-3, 220) also has started several games the past two seasons, and junior Nick Vella (6-2, 204) overcame injuries and contributed last year.

Sophomores Kyler Noel (6-1, 214) and Shane MacIntyre (6-3, 222) will also see action. Senior defensive back Brent Meyers, UM’s Special Teams Player of the Year in 2002, has been moved to linebacker. He had 24 tackles last season. Much-heralded redshirt freshman Dustin Dlouhy (6-2, 217) will be hard to keep out of the line-up.


“I think our entire secondary is a question mark,” Hauck said. “I don’t think that we are, with the exception of Vernon (Smith), ready to go at this point, although Vernon will miss spring drills because of off-season surgery. We expect him to be back and ready to go.

“Our secondary is an area in which we need to make the most strides at those positions as any on our team,” Hauck continued. “It is imperative that we improve there in the month of April.”

Smith, a first team all-leaguer in 2002, is the incumbent at one corner spot. Redshirt freshman Michael Rubie (5-11, 180) is expected to try for a starting role at corner.

Senior strong safety Dave DeCoite’s (6-1, 196) 95 tackles last season makes him UM’s top-leading returning tackler (along with Horgan).

DeCoite was a second team all-conference pick last year.

At safety, sophomore Kevin Edwards (6-2, 195) and Tyler Thomas (6-0, 190), will vie for time. Junior safety Kyle Scholle (6-0, 195) will miss spring drills due to injury. Sophomore Kendall Selle (6-2, 205) was moved from quarterback to safety.

Redshirt freshmen Nathan Adkins (5-8, 170) and Tuff Harris (6-0, 185) were moved from wide receiver to cornerback to utilize their speed and shore up that position.

“Watching our players in the off-season, I think Nate Adkins, Tuff Harris, and Mike Rubie have shown that they have a chance to make a run at it (a starting berth) in the spring,” Hauck said. “As a bi-product of Vern not being there and lack of depth at that position, they’re going to get a lot of turns this spring and a chance to show us what they’ve got.”

Hauck said that two or three of UM’s 2003 recruiting class may be pressed into action in the secondary as “true” freshmen.


Two-time first team All-Big Sky kicker Chris Snyder (6-0, 204) is back for his senior season. Snyder made 19-of-32 field goals last season and made 50-of-50 PATs. He has made 92 PATs in a row and 96 of his last 97.

The Griz need to find a replacement for senior punter Mark Spencer.

Segars and Heidelberger ranked among the league’s top return men last season.


No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Year Exp. Hometown (Previous School)
85 - Nathan Adkins CB 5-8 170 Fr. HS/RS Cerritos, CA (Cerritos HS)
64 - Dylan Brown OT 6-4 290 Jr. SQ Miles City, MT (Miles City HS)
91 - Tim Bush DE 6-3 240 Sr. 3V Kellogg, ID (Kellogg HS)
95 - John Cahill DT 6-2 280 Jr. 2V Billings, MT (Billings West HS)
54 - Chris Connors DE 6-2 232 Sr. 3V Butte, MT (Butte HS)
62 - Derek Decker OG 6-5 289 Sr. 3V Ballantine, MT (Huntley Project HS)
4 - David DeCoite SS 6-1 190 Sr. 3V Truckee, CA (Truckee HS)
13 - Jeff Disney QB 6-1 198 Jr. JC/RS Glendora, CA (Chaffey JC)
21 - Dustin Dlouhy LB 6-2 217 Fr. HS/RS Idaho Falls, ID (Idaho Falls HS)
23 -Kevin Edwards Safety 6-2 185 So. 1V Spokane, WA (Lewis & Clark HS)
65 - Garth Enger OC 6-4 280 Jr. 2V Bothell, WA (O’Dea HS)
35 - Turill Engelman RB 5-10 190 Fr. HS/RS Huntington Beach, CA Marina HS)
68- Jason Frink OG 6-4 260 So. SQ Post Falls, ID (Post Falls HS)
18 - Jelani Gamba Safety 6-3 180 Fr. HS/RS Cypress, CA (Cypress HS)
86 - LeShawn George** WR 6-1 193 So. SQ Anaheim Hills, CA (Servite HS)
10 - David Gober** RB 5-9 190 So. 1V Anaheim, CA (Western HS)
66 - Jay Green OC 6-3 285 Jr. TR Glasgow, MT (Utah State)
38 - Pete Hamill RB 5-11 190 Jr. 1V Coeur d’Alene, ID (Lake City HS)
30 - Tate Hancock WR 5-10 170 Jr. 2V Salina,. KS (Salina Central HS)
85 - Tuff Harris CB 6-0 185 Fr. HS/RS Colstrip, MT (Colstrip HS)
3 - Justin Hartman QB 6-1 190 Fr. HS Great Falls, MT (C.M. Russell HS)
74 - Beau Hart OT 6-6 255 Jr. 1V Lake Oswego, OR (Lakeridge HS)
80 - Alex Hazlett WR 6-4 200 Fr. HS/RS Kalispell, MT (Flathead HS)
8 - Jefferson Heidelberger WR/Ret. 5-10 175 Jr. 2V Nevada City, CA (Nevada Union HS)
50 - Adam Hoge LB 5-11 220 Jr. 2V Bozeman, MT (Bozeman HS)
49 - Robb Hollenbeck WR 6-2 195 Fr. RS Missoula, MT (Hellgate HS)
42 - Blake Horgan DT 6-3 255 Jr. 2V Spokane, WA (East Valley HS)
19 - Joshua Johnson CB 6-2 170 Fr. HS/RS Jasper, FL (Hamilton County HS)
70 - Lucas Langbehn K 6-0 200 So. SQ Deer Park, WA (Deer Park HS)
46 - Shane MacIntyre LB 6-3 222 So. 1V Helena, MT (Helena Capital HS)
73 - Jeff Marshall OT 6-5 230 Fr. HS/RS Newport Beach, CA (Newport Harbor HS)
12 - Brent Meyers OLB 6-2 195 Sr. 2V Missoula, MT (Big Sky HS)
72 - Dylan McFarland OT 6-6 290 Sr. 3V Kalispell, MT (Flathead HS)
71 - Jesse McFarland OG 6-2 240 Fr. HS/RS Kalispell, MT (Flathead HS)
84 - Conor Molloy TE 6-5 245 Jr. 1V Helena, MT (Helena HS)
44 - Seamus Molloy OLB 6-2 185 Fr. HS/RS Helena, MT (Helena HS)
98 - Kerry Mullan DT 6-3 290 Fr. HS/RS Stevensville, MT (Stevensville HS)
90 - Mike Murphy DE 6-3 220 Fr. HS Great Falls, MT (C.M. Russell HS)
51 - Kyler Noel ILB 6-1 215 So. 1V Helena, MT (Helena Capital HS)
7 - Craig Ochs QB 6-2 205 Jr. TR Boulder, CO (U of Colorado)
83 - Dane Oliver WR/Hol. 5-9 165 Sr. 2V Monmouth, OR (Central HS)
94 - Steve O’Neal DE 6-4 240 So. HS/RS Laurel, MT (Laurel HS)
93 - Chris Orwig DT 6-5 255 So. SQ Shawnee Mission, KS (Shawnee Mission E. HS)
45 - Colt Palmer TE/Snaps 6-1 230 Jr. 2V Omaha, NE (Millard North HS)
28 - Tyler Peterson WR 5-10 170 Jr. 2V Helena, MT (Helena HS)
67 - Jake Pipinich OG 6-5 290 So. SQ Bozeman, MT (Bozeman HS)
37 - Ciche Pitcher** DE 6-4 230 Jr. 2V/RS Anaconda, MT (Anaconda HS)
19 - Chris Polhemus Safety 6-2 195 So. SQ Missoula, MT (Sentinel HS)
92 - Michael Potts DE 6-4 215 Fr. HS/RS Missoula, MT (Loyola HS)
75 - Cory Procter OG 6-5 290 Jr. 2V Gig Harbor, WA (Gig Harbor HS)
76 - Brad Rhoades OT 6-5 255 So. 1V Bellingham, WA (Sehome HS
** - Josh Roberts K/P 5-10 165 Fr. TR Malta, MT (Oklahoma)
53 - Joel Robinson LB 5-11 230 Sr 3V Kalispell, MT (Flathead HS)
32 - Michael Rubie CB 5-11 180 Fr. HS/RS Cerritos, CA (Cerritos HS)
99 - Alan Saenz DT 6-2 285 So. 1V Newport Beach, CA (Newport Harbor HS)
1 - Levander Segars CB/Ret. 5-9 170 Jr. 2V Colorado Springs, CO (Rampart HS)
25 - Kyle Scholle** FS 6-0 195 Jr. 2V Parker, CO (Air Force Prep)
9 - Kendall Selle FS 6-2 200 So. SQ Billings, MT (Billings West HS)
89 - Ja’Ton Simpson TE 6-5 230 So. 1V Long Beach, CA (Bellflower HS)
77 - Jon Skinner OT 6-7 315 Sr. 3V Dillon, MT (Beaverhead HS)
11 - Vernon Smith** CB 6-1 175 Sr. 2V San Diego, CA (Mission Bay HS)
29 - Chris Snyder K/P 6-0 204 Sr. 3V Spokane, WA (Mt. Spokane HS)
96 - Lance Spencer DE 6-2 235 So. 1V Malta, MT (Malta HS)
14 - Matt Stern TE 6-4 230 Fr. HS/RS Coeur d’Alene, ID (Lake City HS)
2 - Jon Talmage WR/P 6-4 195 So. 1V Anaheim Hills, CA (Orange Lutheran HS)
56 - Chris Tautolo LB 6-0 210 Fr. HS/RS Carson, CA (Carson HS)
31 - Tyler Thomas Safety 6-0 190 So. 1V Dillon, MT (Beaverhead County HS)
6 - Andy Thompson OLB 6-3 215 Sr. 3V Walla Walla, WA (Walla Walla HS)
55 - Jonny Varona** DT 6-3 280 Jr. 1V Medical Lake, WA (Medical Lake HS)
52 - Nick Vella LB 6-2 204 Jr. 1V Castro Valley, CA (Bishop O’Dowd HS)
43 - Willie Walden TE 6-7 270 Jr. 1V Vancouver, WA (U of Oregon)
20 - JR Waller RB 5-9 197 So. 1V Portland, OR (Benson HS)
63 - Ryan Wells OT 6-4 249 Fr. HS/RS Hamilton, MT (Hamilton HS)
34 - Brad Weston TE 6-1 225 Sr. 3V Hamilton, MT (Hamilton HS)
61 - Brian White OC 6-2 265 So. SQ Tacoma, WA (Bullis Prep-MD)
94 - Ben Winn TE 6-4 225 So. 1V Darby, MT (Darby HS)

KEY: V=varsity letter(s) won. RS=2001 redshirt. SQ=Squad member, did Not letter. HS=High school experience only

**Will NOT Participate in spring drills

(Prior to Spring Drills:4/1/03)

WR(Z)- 83-Dane Oliver, 5-8, 155, Sr., 2V
8-Jefferson Heidelberger, 5-10, 165, Jr., 2V
WR(H)-30-Tate Hancock, 5-10, 170, Jr., 2V
28-Tyler Peterson, 5-10, 175, Jr., 2V
WR(X)-1-Levander Segars, 5-9, 170, Jr., 2V
49-Rob Hollenbeck, 6-2, 195, Fr., RS
86-**LeShawn George, 6-1, 193, So., SQ
LT- 72-Dylan McFarland, 6-6, 290, Sr., 3V
74-Beau Hart, 6-6, 260, Jr., 1V
73-Jeff Marshall, 6-5, 250, Fr., RS
LG--75-Cory Procter, 6-5, 295, Jr., 2V
64-Dylan Brown, 6-4, 290, Jr., 1V
OC-65-Garth Enger, 6-4, 275, Jr., 2V
66-Jay Green, 6-3-, 285, Jr., TR
RG- 62-Derek Decker, 6-5, 295, Sr., 3V
68-Jason Frink, 6-4, 260, So., SQ
RT- 77-Jon Skinner, 6-6, 310, Sr., 3V
76-Brad Rhoades, 6-5, 265, So., 1V
TE- 84-Conor Molloy, 6-5, 250, Je., 1V
34-Brad Weston, 6-1, 225, Sr., 3V
45-Colt Palmer, 6-1, 230, Jr., 2V
89-Ja’Ton Simpson, 6-5, 230, So., 1V
43-Willie Walden, 6-7, 275, Jr., 1V
RB-20-JR Waller, 5-9, 197, So., 1V
35-Turill Engelman, 5-10, 190, Fr., RS
38-Pete Hamill, 5-11, 190, Jr., 2V
10-**David Gober, 5-9, 190, So., 1V
QB- 13-Jeff Disney, 6-1, 198, Jr., JC/RS OR
7-Craig Ochs, 6-2, 205, Jr., TR
3-Justin Hartman, 6-1, 190, Fr., HS

Special Teams
1-Segars; 8-Heidelberger
1-Segars; 8-Heidelberger
29-Chris Snyder, 6-0, 204, Sr., 3V
45-Colt Palmer, 6-1, 230, Jr., 2V
83-Dane Oliver, 5-8, 155, Sr., 2V

DE-96-Lance Spencer, 6-4, 230, So., 1V
92-Michael Potts, 6-4, 225, Fr., RS
37-**Ciche Pitcher, 6-4, 230, Jr., 2V/RS
DT- 95-John Cahill, 6-2, 270, Jr., 2V
99-Alan Saenz, 6-2, 285, So., 1V
98-Kerry Mullan, 6-3, 290, Fr., RS
NT-42-Blake Horgan, 6-3, 275, Jr., 2V
93-Chris Orwig, 6-5, 260, So., 1V
55-**Jonny Varona, 6-3, 280, Jr., 1V
DE -91-Tim Bush, 6-3, 245, Sr., 3V
54-Chris Connors, 6-2, 232, Sr., 3V
LB(mike)-53-Joel Robinson, 5-11, 230, Sr., 3V
51-Kyler Noel, 6-1, 214, So., 1V
52-Nick Vella, 6-2, 225, Jr., 1V
LB(will)-50-Adam Hoge, 5-11, 215, Jr., 2V
6-Andy Thompson, 6-3, 220, Sr., 3V
LB(sam)-12-Brent Meyers, 6-1, 200, Sr., 2V
21-Dustin Dlouhy, 6-2, 217, Fr., RS
47-Shane MacIntyre, 6-3, 222, So.,1V
CB-(B)32-Michael Rubie, 5-11, 180, Fr., RS
85-Tuff Harris, 6-0, 185, Fr., RS
11-**Vernon Smith, 6-1, 175, Sr., 2V
CB(F)-87-Nathan Adkins, 5-8, 170, Fr., RS
19-Josh Johnson, 6-2, 170, Fr., RS
FS-23-Kevin Edwards, 6-2, 195, So., 1V
31-Tyler Thomas, 6-0, 190, So., 1V
9-Kendall Selle, 6-2, 205, So., 1V
SS-4-Dave DeCoite, 6-1, 196, Sr., 3V
19-Chris Polhemus, 6-2, 195, S., SQ
25-**Kyle Scholle, 6-0, 195, Jr., 2V

**Will not participate in spring dills
Hey I was wondering how do you get all this info? I have always wondered that.thatks for your time and all you do for the best football team and the best d-line in the Big Sky :D
if i'm not mistaken the info comes from

at least i found a file there with exactly the same info.