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The 2nd Annual Millersville Football Golf Tournament set for July 25th, 2015

Time: 10:00am Shotgun Start (Registration at 9am)

Location: Crossgates Golf Club

Fee: $125 (This covers everything! Green Fees, Mulligans, Catered Dinner, Complimentary Beverages, Prizes, and competitions

Following the golf, a dinner and program will occur. The program will include the presentation of the two Millersville Football “Legend” Awards, The Gene Carpenter Legend Award, and The Groff-Hulme Legend Award. We will also give the 2015 Game Changer Award. Following the awards, we will distribute the golf tournament prizes and give a summary of the football program moving forward. This event will be a celebration of the past, present & future.

Much of your entry fee will go towards tournament overhead. A portion of the fee will be provided to enhance the Gene Carpenter & Groff Hulme Scholarship Endowments. The remained of the tournament proceeds will be directed to program needs.

We look forward to having you with us!

Greg Breitbach

Head Football Coach

(Contact Ralph Clark with questions or to register at: ralphel.clark@millersville,edu or 717-871-2351)


Lieutenant Colonel Steve Carpenter Keynote Speaker at 2015 Marauder Football Banquet


Millersville, Pa. – The Millersville football program announced its yearly award winners at Sunday’s Marauder Football Banquet hosted by Millersville University and the Gene A. Carpenter Football Foundation.

The awards were voted on by the players and coaches. Deans List students and the top 10 semester GPA’s and top 10 cumulative GPA’s were also recognized. Most valuable player awards were given for each position group in addition to offensive and defensive MVP awards. Special teams coordinator George Lovedistributed the “Golden Blocks” awards to players that blocked kicks. Millersville ranked second in Division II with 10 blocked kicks. Leading the way was Trenton Petrovich with seven. Additionally, the winning team of the Marauder Scholar program was announced.

The keynote speaker and presenter of awards was Lieutenant Colonel Steve Carpenter, son of the late Marauder footbal coach. Lt. Col. Carpenter was a 1996 graduate of West Point and the winner of the Coaches’ Most Valuable Player Award as a senior. In 19 years in the United Stats Army, Carpenter has earned two Bronze Star medals, five Meritorious Service medals, eight Army Commendation medals, the Combat Action Bade, Parachutist Badge and Air Assault Bade. His speech highlighted the qualities of leadership and brought a standing ovation from the nealry 300 people in attendance.

The award winners are listed below.

The Gene A. Carpenter Leadership Awards: Reggie Slaton, Matt Misley, Trenton Petrovich
The award, presented annually to Millersville’s captains, was presented to the three seniors that served as captains during the 2014 season. All three were selected by their teammates following preseason camp. Slaton was a two-time team captain.

The Thomas Burns Black & Gold Award: Ryan McIntyre
Named in the honor of two-time All-PSAC East First Team offensive lineman Thomas Burns, the award is presented to the player and unsung hero who most exemplifies Marauder Pride, dedication and loyalty. Burns was not only an All-America guard, but was also a standout in the classroom, earning CoSIDA All-Academic First Team honors. After graduating Millersville summa cum laude in 1991, he earned law degree from Villanova and now leads his own law practice. McIntyre was a defensive end an longsnapper for the Marauders during the 2014 season.

The John Emswiler Twelfth Man Award: John Graham (offense) and Dylan Rosu (defense)
Named after longtime equipment manager John Emswiler, the award is presented to the players whose spirit and enthusiasm both on and off the field are a constant inspiration to his teammates. An award is presented to one offensive player and defensive player. Both Graham and Rosu were freshmen that competed on the scout team in practice while receiving a redshirt.

The Jay Chryst Loyalty Award: Steve Saunders ’92
This award is presented annually to the Millersville football alumnus who has rendered distinguished service to the Marauder football program. Saunders is the founder and CEO of Power Train. A former Marauder nose guard, Saunders not only oversees his company, he also personally trains numerous NFL athletes and professional athletes in other sports. Saunders also works with strength coach Mike Wagner in overseeing the Millersville football strength program.

2013 Marauder Scholar Champion: Team Richter
The Marauder Scholar program awards players for community service, academic excellence, responsibility and accountability to teammates. Teams, drafted by coaches at the start of the season, are awarded points on a weekly basis. Through the Marauder Scholar efforts, the entire team combined for more than 700 hours of community service during the season. Members of Team Richter include: Coach Jeff Richter,Reggie Slaton, Ryan Anton, Hunter Kushy, Tanner Dean, Alpha Kahn, Sene Polamalu, P.J. Santos, Mycah Mollohan and Joey Pham.

Offensive MVP: Matt Misley
Starting quarterback for the Marauders, Misley was voted the award winner despite missing the the majority of four games. Completed 105-of-198 passes for 1,1163 yards and threw 12 touchdown passes. He also rushed for 282 yards.

Defensive MVP: Reggie Slaton
Slaton finished second in the PSAC in tackles and was named All-PSAC East Second Team at linebacker. His 104 tackles were the most by a Marauder since 1999.

Special Teams MVP: James Shields
Shields, a first-year member of the Marauders, was an integral member of kickoff and kick coverage teams. He totaled five tackles on the season.

Rookie of the Year: Sene Polamalu
A true freshman outside linebacker, Polamalu totaled 39 tackles and led the team in tackles for loss with 8.0. He finished with 4.0 sacks and forced a fumble.

Most Improved: Sean Dugan
The redshirt freshman broke into the lineup over the final five games and excelled as an outside linebacker. He recorded at least four tackles in each of those games. he made also made at least one tackle for loss in each of the last three. He made 10 stops against Shippensburg and made nine tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss and 2.0 sacks against Edinboro.

Offensive Line MVP: Lenny Sanelli
The junior center continued to be linchpin for the offensive line. He started all 11 games for the third consecutive season.

Offensive Back MVP: Myron Myles
Myles rushed for 413 yards on 85 carries and scored two touchdowns. His top performance came against Shippensburg when he totaled 112 yards.

Receiver MVP: Kevin Wiggins
A true freshman wide receiver, Wiggins became the first Marauder freshman on record to lead the team in receptions. He caught 43 passes for 402 yards and also led the team with four touchdown receptions.

Defensive Backs MVP: Joey Pham
Pham, a junior cornerback, started every game and totaled 46 tackles and 12 pass breakups. He was named PSAC East Defensive Player of the Week on Nov. 9 after setting a Millersville record with eight passes broken up against Cheyney.

Defensive Line MVP: Drew Seaburg
Seaburg, a redshirt freshman, led all defensive lineman in tackles with 31 and also added 3.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks and an interception.

Linebacker MVP: Reggie Slaton

2015 Commitment Day Party

When: February 4th, 2015 at 7:00pm

Where: Millersville University South Side Suites – Great Room (New Dorms)

(More Information can be found by clicking the link below)

2015 Commitment Day Release


Jim Harf Addresses the team before their Slippery Rock Game

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Thank You Golfers

Thank you to all alumni who attended the 2014 Millersville Football Golf Outing this past Saturday. It was a great day for this program and a large step forward to Unify our Alumni base. We will have strength in numbers!

Congratulations

Sandy Carpenter – Winner of the Gene Carpenter Legends Award