University of Wisconsin-Whitewater 2009 Football Information




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Chapter 1: 2009 Football Information 2

Chapter 2: 2009 Coaching Staff and Coaching History 14

Chapter 3: 2008 Statistics 23

Chapter 4: 2008 Game Stories and Statistics 46

Chapter 5: Stagg Bowls 100

Chapter 6: 2009 Seniors 126

Chapter 7: UW-Whitewater Record Book 137

Chapter 8: All-Time Scores 152

Chapter 9: Series History 165

Chapter 10: Noteworthy 179

Chapter 11: In the NCAA and WIAC 194


University of Wisconsin-Whitewater 2009 Football Information


Head Coach: Lance Leipold

Alma Mater: UW-Whitewater, 1986

Record at UW-Whitewater: 27-3 (3rd Year)

Head Coach Contact: Phone: (262) 472-1453

Fax: (262) 472-5691

E-mail: leipoldl@uww.edu

Postal: Lance Leipold

Head Football Coach

Student Athletic Center

UW-Whitewater

Whitewater, WI 53190

Coaching Staff: Brian Borland (defensive coordinator and defensive backs)

Jim Zebrowski (offensive coordinator and quarterbacks)

Steve Dinkel (offensive line)

Nelson Edmonds (special teams coordinator and running backs)

Joe Parish (wide receivers)

Kevin Bullis (defensive line)

Dan Brunner (tight ends)

Strength and Conditioning Coach: Lee Munger

Trainer: Chad Kelsey and Courtney Stefanski

Director of Football Operations: Andy Harris (262) 472-4772

Facility Maintenance: John Betts

Football Secretary: Courtney Williams (262) 472-1453


Athletic Director: Dr. Paul Plinske (262) 472-1543

Assistant Athletic Director/Business Manager: Bob Lanza (262) 472-3190

Assistant Athletic Director/Compliance and Student Services: Amy Edmonds (262) 472-1138

Sports Information Director: Tom Fick (262) 472-1147

Athletic Department Administrative Assistant: Kay Bradley (262) 472-4661

Laundry Coordinator: Joy Garlock

Fax for Athletics: (262) 472-2791

Fax for Sports Information: (262) 472-5656

Football Website: www.uwwsports.com/index.asp?path=football

Hawk Talk Fan Phone (daily results and event schedule): (262) 472-4295


Enrollment: 10,500

Founded: 1868

Colors: Purple and White

Nickname: Warhawks (logo is the head of a bird)

Conference: Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference

National Affiliation: National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III

Stadium (capacity): Perkins Stadium, 11,000 capacity, field turf

2008 record: 13-2 overall, 7-1 regular season, 6-1 WIAC tied 1st, Second in National Division III championship

WIAC Championships: 1913, 1914, 1922, 1932, 1937, 1940, 1941, 1950, 1959, 1960, 1962, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1974, 1974, 1978, 1980, 1984, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1994, 1997, 1998, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008

Post-Season Appearances: 1966 (advanced to NAIA championship game), 1988 NCAA III, 1990 NCAA III, 1997 NCAA III, 2005, 2006 and 2008 (advanced to NCAA championship game), 2007 (Won national championship)

Basic Offense: pro set

Basic Defense: 4-3

Offensive Returning Letter winners


Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown/High School

Logan Allemand Offensive Line 6’3 294 So. Kenosha/Tremper

Antwan Anderson Running Back 5’10 190 Jr. Madison/Memorial

Danny Benson Wide Receiver 5’7 165 So. Park Ridge, IL/Maine South

Adam Brandes Wide Receiver 6’3 186 Jr. Burlington/Catholic Central

Eric Brewster Wide Receiver 6’2 210 Jr. San Diego, CA/Scripps Ranch

TJ Burzak Tight End 6’3 220 So. Hampshire, IL

Garth Coats Offensive Line 6’2 282 Sr. Evansville

Levell Coppage Running Back 5’8 180 So. Oak Park, IL

Tyler Cory Offensive Line 6’3 250 So. Verona

Qahhar Davis Wide Receiver 5’10 175 So. Harvey, IL/Thornton Township

Jeff Donovan Quarterback 6’5 187 Sr. Wauwatosa/West

Terrence Fitch Wide Receiver 6’0 200 Sr. Racine/St. Catherine’s

Jason Ford Tight End 6’3 215 So. Palatine, IL/Fremd

Mark Gawronski Offensive Line 6’0 270 Jr. New Berlin/Eisenhower

Jay Hancock Full Back 5’11 230 Jr. Madison/Memorial

Jon Hansen Offensive Line 6’4 241 Jr. Cambridge

Luke Houser Offensive Line 6’2 275 So. Sun Prairie

Tyler Huber Wide Receiver 6’1 190 So. Mukwonago

Matt Kline Offensive Line 6’2 293 So. Elkhart, IN/Memorial

Bruce Langer Quarterback 6’2 200 Jr. Milton

David Leaf Wide Receiver 5’10 168 Jr. Winona, MN/Winona Cotter

Blake Lucas Offensive Line 6’0 245 Jr. Frankfort, IL/Lincoln-Way East

Kyle Mathison Offensive Line 6’0 235 So. Belvidere, IL

Matt McIntyre Offensive Line 6’3 280 So. Wales/Arrowhead

Garret Medenwald Running Back 6’0 215 So. Green Bay/Preble

CJ Miller Running Back 5’6 175 Jr. Verona

Alex Misialek Offensive Line 6’4 315 So. Crystal Lake, IL

Grant Murray Offensive Line 6’2 240 Jr. Waukesha/Homestead

John Novak Tight End 6’5 278 Jr. Michigan City, IN

Ryan Olson Offensive Line 6’2 275 So. Stoughton

Rob Perry Tight End 6’4 240 Jr. Milwaukee/Dominican

Cory Robinson Wide Receiver 6’3 217 Jr. Cambridge

Tyler Roebke Quarterback 6’0 215 Jr. Menasha

Aaron Rusch Wide Receiver 6’3 168 Jr. Hartford

Chris Smolko Offensive Line 6’6 230 So. West Allis

Justin Spaulding Running Back 5’10 195 So. Milton

Danny Taicher Tight End 6’3 230 So. Green Bay/Preble

Jake Taylor Full Back 6’2 235 So. Brookfield/Central

Robbie Ustruck Offensive Line 6’2 280 Sr. West Allis/Hale

Max Wasikowski Full Back 6’0 235 Sr. Cudahy

Matt Weber Offensive Line 6’3 285 So. Oregon

Jordan Wells Wide Receiver 6’0 185 Sr. Elgin, IL


Defensive Returning Letter winners


Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown/High School

Justin Ankley Defensive Line 6’4 285 Sr. Racine/Case

Greg Arnold Linebacker 6’2 224 So. Big Bend/Mukwonago

Jon Baldwin Defensive Line 6’3 247 Jr. Spring Grove, IL/Richmond Burton

Zach Benson Defensive Line 5’11 265 So. Algonquin, IL/Jacobs

Casey Casper Defensive Line 6’4 237 So. Dousman/Kettle Moraine

Steve Chochola Defensive Line 6’4 235 So. Lake Geneva/Badger

Zach Christopherson Defensive Back 5’11 210 Sr. Hartford

Zach Cook Defensive Line 6’0 260 So. Necedah

Tim Depies Linebacker 6’3 220 Sr. Mequon/Homestead

Jeremy Diebert Defensive Back 5’6 165 Sr. West Allis/Central

Jovon Dixon Defensive Line 6’0 240 Sr. Olympia Fields, IL/Marian Catholic

Joe Epping Linebacker 6’2 205 So. Pleasant Prairie/Kenosha Tremper

Sean Fancher Linebacker 6’0 205 So. Downers Grove, IL/South

Alex Flaschenreim Defensive Back 6’2 190 So. Prior Lake, MN

Max Ford Linebacker 6’0 210 Jr. Oak Park, IL/OPRF

Hans Goldenberg Linebacker 6’1 205 So. River Forest, IL/OPRF

Graham Hall Defensive Back 6’1 191 Sr. Sterling, IL

Luke Hibner Defensive Line 6’1 240 Jr. Elmhurst, IL/York Community

Wesley Hicks Defensive Line 6’3 274 Jr. Milwaukee/Vincent

Jacob Huffman Linebacker 6’2 205 So. Woodstock, IL

Stephan Jonsson Linebacker 6’0 210 Jr. Spain/Argeniona Bocs

Mike Karsa Defensive Back 5’11 195 So. Downers Grove, IL/South

Jake Keeser Defensive Line 6’0 230 So. Fort Atkinson

Matt Kurudza Defensive Line 6’1 230 Sr. Milwaukee/Pius

Jared Keisow Defensive Back 5’9 171 So. Horicon

Ross LaVenture Defensive Line 6’1 225 Jr. Somerset

Sam Markham Defensive Line 6’3 240 So. Milton/Janesville Craig

Matt McCulloch Defensive Back 6’3 180 Jr. Janesville/Parker

Lane Olson Defensive Back 5’10 195 Sr. Racine/Horlick

Sam Overton Defensive Back 5’10 175 So. Milwaukee/Riverside

Austin Place Defensive Back 6’0 205 So. Maroa, IL/Maroa-Forsyth

Aaron Samplawski Defensive Back 5’8 180 So. Horicon

Troney Shumpert Defensive Back 5’8 165 Sr. Milwaukee/Bay View

Jordan Struck Defensive Back 5’9 170 Jr. Lake Geneva/Big Foot

Kyle Supianoski Linebacker 6’0 225 Sr. Tama, IA/South

Noah Timm Defensive Back 6’0 175 So. Two Rivers

Joel Treml Defensive Line 6’3 245 So. DePere

Derek Underwood Defensive Back 6’0 186 Sr. Milton

Kyle Wallace Defensive Back 5’10 185 So. Milwaukee/Whitefish Bay

Ryan Wenkman Defensive Back 5’11 177 So. Wisconsin Dells

Anthony White Defensive Line 6’0 215 Sr. Milwaukee/Bay View

Paul Wick Defensive Back 5’10 185 Sr. Franklin

Kyle Zabel Defensive Line 5’11 278 Jr. Watertown


Special Teams Returning Letter winners


Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown/High School

Jake Kusters Punter/Kicker 5’11 203 So. Racine/Park

Kris Rosholt Punter 6’3 229 Jr. Reedsburg

Jeff Schebler Kicker 6’0 182 Sr. Davenport, IA/Assumption


Offensive Starters Returning


Name Position Accomplishments/Accolades

Antwan Anderson Running Back 1213 total yards, 13 TDs, 86.6 yards/game

Adam Brandes Wide Receiver 22 catches, 226 total yards

Garth Coats Offensive Line Honorable Mention All-WIAC

Levell Coppage Running Back 1461 total yards, 21 TDs, 112.4 yards/game

First Team All-WIAC

First Team All-West Region

Jeff Donovan Quarterback 213 completions, 11 int, 2676 total yards

Second Team All-WIAC

Aaron Rusch Wide Receiver 85 catches, 1133 total yards

Second Team All-WIAC

Robbie Ustruck Offensive Line

Max Wasikowski Full Back

Matt Weber Offensive Line


Defensive Starters Returning


Name Position Accomplishments/Accolades

Justin Ankley Defensive Line 45 tackles, 6 sacks

Jon Baldwin Defensive Line 43 tackles, 7 sacks

Second Team All-WIAC

Zach Christopherson Defensive Back 37 tackles, 2 interceptions

Jeremy Diebert Defensive Back 47 tackles, 3 interceptions

Max Ford Linebacker 51 tackles, 1 sack, 2 fumble rec.

Wesley Hicks Defensive Line 36 tackles, 1.5 sacks, 1 fumble rec.

Troney Shumpert Defensive Back 69 tackles, 1 interception

First Team All-WIAC

Second Team All-West Region

Kyle Supianoski Linebacker 108 tackles, 2.5 sacks

Second Team All-WIAC

Anthony White Defensive Line 54 tackles, 6.5 sacks

First Team All-WIAC

Third Team All-West Region

Paul Wick Defensive Back 61 tackles, 2 interceptions

Honorable Mention All-WIAC


Special Teams Starters Returning


Name Position Accomplishments/Accolades

Kris Rosholt Punter 35.5 avg. yards

Aaron Rusch Punt Returner 30 returns, 223 total yards

Aaron Samplawski Kick Returner 23 returns, 26.8 avg. return

Jeff Schebler Kicker 22-29 FGs, 59.5 avg. kickoff

Three-time First Team All-WIAC

Two-time First Team D3football.com All-America Second Team All-West Region


Offensive Starters Lost


Name Position Accomplishments/Accolades

Robert Gilbreath Offensive Line Second Team All-WIAC

Mike Sherman Offensive Line First Team All-WIAC

Second Team All-West Region

Nick Slupski Tight End 25 catches, 195 total yards

Second Team All-WIAC


Deffensive Starters Lost


Name Position Accomplishments/Accolades

Keegan Brennan Linebacker 16 tackles, 1 fumble rec.

Mike Dufrane Defensive Line 17 tackles, 1 sack,

WIAC All-Sportsmanship Team

Jace Rindahl Linebacker 103 tackles, 2.5 sacks

First Team All-WIAC

First Team All-West Region

First Team AFCA All-America


2009 UW-Whitewater Schedule


Date

Opponent

Time

Site

Sept. 5

Dickinson State University

12:00 MDT

Dickinson, ND

Sept. 12

Midland Lutheran College

12:00 pm

Whitewater

Sept. 26

University of Puget Sound

12:00 pm

Whitewater

Oct. 3

UW-Platteville

1:00 pm

Whitewater

Oct. 10

UW-Eau Claire

3:00 pm

Whitewater

Oct. 17

UW-Stout

3:00 pm

Menomonie

Oct. 24

UW-River Falls

12:00 pm

Whitewater

Oct. 31

UW-Stevens Point

1:00 pm

Stevens Point

Nov. 7

UW-Oshkosh

1:00 pm

Whitewater

Nov. 14

UW-La Crosse

1:00 pm

La Crosse


2008 UW-Whitewater Results


Date

Opponent

W/L

Score

Site

Sept. 5

St. Xavier

W

24-9

Whitewater

Sept. 13

UW-Eau Claire

W

16-14

Eau Claire

Sept. 27

University of Puget Sound

W

60-7

Tacoma, WA

Oct. 4

UW-La Crosse

W

31-0

Whitewater

Oct. 11

UW-River Falls

W

52-24

River Falls

Oct. 18

UW-Oshkosh

W

44-3

Oshkosh

Oct. 25

UW-Stevens Point

L

16-17

Whitewater

Nov. 1

UW-Eau Claire

W

40-10

Whitewater

Nov. 8

UW-Stout

W

17-10

Whitewater

Nov. 15

UW-Platteville

W

52-13

Platteville

Nov. 22

Saint John’s University*

W

37-7

Whitewater

Nov. 29

Willamette University*

W

30-27

Salem, OR

Dec. 6

Wartburg College*

W

34-17

Whitewater

Dec. 13

Mary-Hardin Baylor*

W

39-13

Belton, TX

Dec. 20

Stagg Bowl- Mount Union**

L

26-31

Salem, VA



















* = NCAA Division III Playoff Game

** = NCAA Division III Championship Game











2008 WIAC Football Standings

CONFERENCE OVERALL

SCHOOL W L TP OP W L TP OP

Whitewater* 6 1 228 81 13 2 518 202

Stevens Point* 6 1 145 121 9 2 244 184

Eau Claire 4 3 159 101 6 4 208 153

Stout 3 4 133 126 5 5 207 180

La Crosse 3 4 163 145 3 7 203 227

Oshkosh 2 5 65 194 4 5 96 223

Platteville 2 5 95 158 4 6 146 215

River Falls 2 5 137 199 3 7 202 282


*WIAC Co-Champion


2007 WIAC Football Standings

CONFERENCE OVERALL

SCHOOL

W

L

TP

OP

W

L

TP

OP

Whitewater*

7

0

204

85

14

1

489

209

Eau Claire

5

2

157

157

9

3

279

228

Oshkosh

4

3

143

134

7

3

282

150

Stevens Point

3

4

157

206

6

4

279

226

La Crosse

3

4

216

189

5

4

290

230

Stout

3

4

147

154

4

6

202

224

River Falls

2

5

204

239

3

7

305

332

Platteville

1

6

171

234

2

8

218

294


*WIAC Champion


2009 UW-Whitewater Opponent Information


September 5, 2009 @ Dickinson State University
Location: Dickinson, ND
Enrollment: 2,461
Colors: Blue/Grey
Conference: Dakota Athletic Conference
Affiliation: National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics
Head Coach: Hank Biesoit
Years at School: 31
Win/Loss Record: 230-88-1
Phone: (701) 483- 2745
E-mail: Henry.biesoit@dickinsonstate.edu
Sports Information Director: Galen Morton
Phone: (701) 483- 2102
E-mail: Galen.morton@dickinsonstate.edu
Athletics Website: http://www.dickinsonstate.edu/athleticsdickinson sate university.gif

Win/Loss Record (2008): Overall: 7-4; Conference: 7-0


September 12, 2009 vs. Midland Lutheran College
Location: Fremont, NE
Enrollment: 1,043
Colors:
Conference: Great Plains Athletic Conference
Affiliation: National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics
Head Coach: Casey Thiele
Years at School: 2
Win/Loss Record: 8-13
Phone: N/A
E-mail: thiele@mlc.edu
Sports Information Director: Rich Ray
Phone: (402) 941-6074
E-mail: rayr@mlc.edu
Athletics Website: http://www.mlc.edu/s/290/index.aspx?sid=290&gid=1&pgid=2308midland lutheran college.jpg

Win/Loss Record (2008): Overall: 6-5; Conference: 5-5


September 26, 2009 vs. University of Puget Sound
Location: Tacoma, WA
Enrollment: 1,117
Colors: Maroon/White
Conference: Northwest Conference (NWC)
Affiliation: NCAA III
Head Coach: Philip Willenbrock
Years at School: 7
Win/Loss Record: 24-40
Phone: (253) 879-3457
E-mail: pwillenbrock@ups.edu
Sports Information Director: Chris Thompson
Phone: (253) 879- 3974
E-mail: cthompson@ups.edu
Athletic Website: http://www.ups.edu/athletics.xmlpugetsound.gif

Win/Loss Record (2008): Overall: 3-6; Conference: 1-5


October 3, 2009 vs. UW-Platteville
Location: Platteville, WI
Enrollment: 6,414
Colors: Orange/Blue
Conference: WIAC
Affiliation: NCAA III
Head Coach: Mike Emendorfer
Years at School: 10
Win/Loss Record: 34-65
Phone: (608) 342- 1801
E-mail: emendorm@uwplatt.edu
Sports Information Director: Paul Erickson
Phone: (608) 342- 1574
E-mail: ericksop@uwplatt.edu
Athletic Website: http://www.uwplatt.edu/athletics/pvlogo.gif

Win/Loss Record (2008): Overall: 4-6; Conference: 2-5

October 10, 2009 vs. UW-Eau Claire
Location: Eau Claire, WI
Enrollment: 10,800
Colors: Blue/Old Gold
Conference: WIAC
Affiliation: NCAA III
Head Coach: Todd Glaser
Years at School: 3
Win/Loss Record: 18-14
Phone: (715) 836-2649
E-mail: schwamdj@uwec.edu
Sports Information Director: Kevin Meinholz
Phone: (715) 836-2649
E-mail: meinhoka@uwec.edu
Athletic Website: http://www.uwec.edu/athletics/index.html
Win/Loss Record (2008): Overall: 6-4; Conference: 4-3
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October 17, 2009 @ UW-Stout
Location: Menomonie, WI
Enrollment: 8,400
Colors: Navy/White
Conference: NCHA, WIAC
Affiliation: NCAA III
Head Coach: Duey Naatz
Years at School: 1
Win/Loss Record: 5-5
Phone: (715) 232-2758
E-mail: naatzd@uwstout.edu
Sports Information Director: Layne Pitt
Phone: (715) 232-2275
E-mail: pittl@uwstout.edu
Athletic Website: http://athletics.uwstout.edubluedevilcl.jpe

Win/Loss Record (2008): Overall: 5-5; Conference: 3-4


October 24, 2009 vs. UW-River Falls
Location: River Falls, WI
Enrollment: 6,452
Colors: Red/White
Conference: NCHA, WIAC
Affiliation: NCAA III
Head Coach: John O’Grady
Years at School: 20
Win/Loss Record: 101-96-3
Phone: (715) 425-3135
E-mail: john.f.ogrady@uwrf.edu
Sports Information Director: Jim Thies
Phone: (715) 425-3846
E-mail: sportsinformation@uwrf.edu
Athletic Website: http://www.sxu.edu/athletics/falconlogo.jpg

Win/Loss Record (2008): Overall: 3-7; Conference: 2-5


October 31, 2009 @ UW-Stevens Point
Location: Stevens Point, WI
Enrollment: 8,645
Colors: Purple/Gold
Conference: NCHA, WIAC
Affiliation: NCAA III
Head Coach: John Miech
Years at School: 20
Win/Loss Record: 129-70-2
Phone: (715) 346-3758
E-mail: jmiech@uwsp.edu
Sports Information Director: Mitch Capelle
Phone: (715) 346-2840
E-mail: Mitch.Capelle@uwsp.edu
Athletic Website: http://athletics.uwsp.edu/index.aspxpointerdoglogo.gif

Win/Loss Record (2008): Overall: 9-2; Conference: 6-1


November 7, 2009 vs. UW-Oshkosh
Location: Oshkosh, WI
Enrollment: 12,669
Colors: Black/Yellow/White
Conference: WIAC
Affiliation: NCAA III
Head Coach: Pat Cerroni
Years at School: 2
Win/Loss Record: 11-8
Phone: (920) 424-7143
E-mail: cerroni@uwosh.edu
Sports Information Director: Kennan Timm
Phone: (920) 424-0365
E-mail: timmk@uwosh.edu
Athletic Website: http://www.titans.uwosh.edu/osh.jpg

Win/Loss Record (2008): Overall: 4-5; Conference: 2-5


November 14, 2009 @ UW-La Crosse
Location: La Crosse, WI
Enrollment: 9,474
Colors: Maroon/Gray
Conference: WIAC
Affiliation: NCAA III
Head Coach: Larry Terry
Years at School: 9
Win/Loss Record: 57-36
Phone: (608) 785-8680
E-mail: terry.lawr@uwlax.edu
Sports Information Director: David Johnson
Phone: (608) 785-8493
E-mail: Johnson.dav2@uwlax.edu
Athletic Website: http://www.uwlax.edu/Athletics/lxlogo.gif

Win/Loss Record (2008): Overall: 3-7; Conference: 3-4


LANCE LEIPOLD

HEAD COACH



Leipold coached the Warhawks to a 13-2 record in 2008 and a fourth consecutive Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title. Leipold also guided the Warhawks to their fourth consecutive national championship appearance. The Warhawks finished 2008 as Division III runner-up after a 2007 national championship. Leipold’s impressive resume is capped off with a record of 27-3 in his first two seasons as the Warhawk’s head coach. The 2008 season also produced six All-Americans with linebacker Jace Rindahl taking defensive player of the year honors. Leipold was also named the Division III coach of the year.leipold


Leipold directed UW-Whitewater to the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III championship, winning the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl in Salem, Virginia, in December 2007, just eleven months after his hiring.  The 2007 Warhawks went 14-1, and were undefeated in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.  The Warhawks' 2007 season helped earn Leipold national Division III coach of the year honors from the American Football Coaches Association, D3football.com, Schutt Sports, and Fieldturf Incorporated.  That 2007 season included eight first team all-conference picks, six All-Americans, the national Division III player of the year (Gagliardi Trophy) and the Division III Rimington Trophy recipient.


Leipold, a quarterback for the Warhawks in the mid-1980’s and former Warhawk assistant coach, was associate head coach and offensive coordinator for the University of Nebraska-Omaha since 2004 before returning to head the UW-W football program in January 2007.


Leipold, of Jefferson, played four years for the Warhawks (1983-1986).  The 1984 team won the WIAC title, and the teams he played on were a combined 20-10-2. 


He is still second all-time in the Warhawk record books for career pass attempts (647), third in yards (4277), fifth in completions (303), and tied for ninth with 27 touchdowns. 


He is also among the top 10 in those same categories in the UW-W records for a single season, all in his junior year in 1985.  In a game against UW-River Falls in 1985 Leipold completed 37-57 for 494 yards -- all among the top 20 individual games in WIAC history.  He was the team MVP in 1986, and was elected to the UW-W Athletics Hall of Fame in 2003.


Leipold's coaching career began where he played, at UW-W.  He coached quarterbacks in 1987 and wide receivers in 1988, helping both teams win WIAC (then WSUC) championships.  After one year at Doane College in Nebraska, he returned to UW-W in 1990 to coach and work on a master's degree. He helped the Warhawks win another WIAC title while serving as Berezowitz's offensive coordinator.  Leipold moved on to the University of Wisconsin-Madison for the 1991, '92 and '93 seasons, serving as a graduate assistant all three years, he worked with the offense.  The 1993 Badgers won the Big Ten and the Rose Bowl, going 10-1-1.  His first stint at Division II Nebraska-Omaha covered 1994-2000, where he was part of a staff that turned UNO from a 1-10 team (1994) to North Central Conference champions in 1996, 1998 and 2000.  He was UNO's offensive coordinator in 2000.  He moved to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2001, serving as an administrative assistant the same year Cornhuskers played in the national championship game.  In 2002 and 2003 Nebraska also went to bowl games with Leipold as a member of the staff.  He returned to UN-Omaha in 2004 as the associate head coach and offensive coordinator, where he contributed to three consecutive 8-3 seasons and three straight conference championships.


Leipold took over for his former coach Bob Berezowitz.  Berezowitz announced his retirement before the 2006 season, ending a 22-year career.  That span included 158 wins, third most in the history of the WIAC, a .680 winning percentage, nine conference championships, and five NCAA III playoff appearances. 

Leipold and his wife Kelly have a daughter, Lindsey, and a son, Landon.


DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR BRIAN BORLAND


In 2002, Brian Borland entered the position as defensive coordinator on the UW-Whitewater football staff.  Borland had coached the defensive backs in his previous eight years at UW-W. In the past, Borland was the defensive coordinator for three years at Baker University (KS) (1991-93), and at the University of Minnesota-Morris (1989-90).  He also was the head women's softball coach at Baker University and head track and field coach at the University of Minnesota-Morris.  Prior to coaching at these two Universities, Borland was a graduate assistant football coach at the University of Florida and at the University of Wisconsin.  He also coached defensive backs at Arizona Western College. Borland played his college football at Morningside College (1981-84) where he was a 4-year letterwinner, a team captain and an All-Conference selection.  Borland also was a 2-year letterwinner in track at Morningside (1981-82). Borland earned Wisconsin Collegiate Assistant Coach of the Year honors from the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association for the 2004 football season. Borland also coached track and field aside from his football duties at UW-Whitewater from 1994 to 2002.  In 2000, Borland led the Whitewater women's track and field team to a fourth place finish at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships.  He received NCAA DIII national coach of the year honors for his successful season. In addition to his football coaching duties at UW-W, Borland teaches in the HPRC Department.  Brian has a wife, Gayle, and two sons, Evan and Jaren.


OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR JIM ZEBROWSKI


Jim Zebrowski will be entering his third season as offensive coordinator. Zebrowski arrived to Whitewater after leading a resurgence of the Lakeland College football program. He compiled a 28-13 mark in four seasons at Lakeland, including a sparkling 24-4 mark in the Illini-Badger Football Conference. The Muskies captured the conference title in 2005 to net the program its first-ever trip to the Division III Playoffs. His team shared the conference crown in 2004 and never finished lower than second place in his four seasons. Zebrowski played football at Mount Union College (Ohio) where he graduated in 1991 with a bachelor's degree in Mathematics. After coaching in the high school ranks in Ohio for six years, Zebrowski spent three years on the coaching staff at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, serving several roles including tight ends, wide receivers, and quarterback coach. Immediately prior to his head coaching stint at Lakeland, Zebrowski spent three years as the offensive coordinator at Millikin (Illinois) College. While coaching the Big Blue offense, Millikin won the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW) championship and NCAA Division III playoff berth in 2000. During that championship season, the Big Blue finished second in the nation in scoring at 44.6 points per game while rushing for nearly 300 yards per game. Zebrowski lives in Whitewater with his wife Heather, son Zach, and daughter Lauryn.


OFFENSIVE LINE COACH and RUN GAME COORDINATOR STEVE DINKEL


Steve Dinkel is entering his eighth season at UW-Whitewater as the offensive line coach, run game coordinator, and working with special teams. Dinkel is a graduate of the UW-River Falls, where as a player, he played on four conference championship teams. Prior to accepting his present position, Dinkel served as the head football coach at Jefferson High School (WI) for ten years. During his tenure with the Eagles, he guided Jefferson to a 60-36 record. In the process, the Eagles won a state championship, and made three state playoff appearances. While coaching at Whitewater, Dinkel has helped develop twelve All-Conference and six All-Americans on the offensive line. In 2008, offensive lineman Mike Sherman earned First Team All-America honors from D3football.com. Max Sakellaris earned the honor of Don Hansen’s Football Gazette Offensive Lineman of the Year in 2006. Dinkel earned his master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dinkel teaches at Jefferson High School while coaching with the Warhawks, and he resides in Jefferson with his wife, Cathi and their two daughters Anna and Jenna.


RUNNING BACKS COACH and SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR NELSON EDMONDS


The Madison native returns to Whitewater for a 14th year on the Warhawk coaching staff, serving again as running backs coach and Special Team Coordinator. During his tenure at UW-W, he has coached 5 of the top 7 running backs in school history, including 2007 Gagliardi Winner Justin Beaver, Division III National Player of the Year. After graduating from Madison East High School, Edmonds took his substantial football talent to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula to attend college at Northern Michigan University where he was an All-American running back. When not coaching at UW-Whitewater, Edmonds focuses on his work as a counselor in UW-Whitewater’s Academic Advising and Exploration Center. Edmonds, with wife Amy, resides in Whitewater with two daughters, Alisendra and Matiana.


DEFENSIVE LINE COACH KEVIN BULLIS


Kevin Bullis is entering his second season as defensive line coach for the Warhawk football team. Prior to joining the Warhawk team, Bullis served as the defensive coordinator for UW-River Falls. Bullis was with UW-River Falls from 1995 and in that time he led the Falcons defense to become number one in the WIAC in 1999. Before coaching at River Falls, Bullis was the defensive coordinator at Gustavus Adolphus College for two seasons. He did his first tour of duty with the Falcons from 1990-1993 where he served as the linebackers coach. Bullis coached four All-Conference linebackers, two All-American linebackers, and helped the Falcons achieve the number one defense in the WSUC in 1992. Bullis graduated from University of Minnesota-Morris with a Bachelor’s degree in social science and secondary education, then added a Master’s in history from UW-River Falls. Bullis and his wife Kathy have three children, Jake, JoJo, and Emme.


TIGHT ENDS COACH DAN BRUNNER


Dan Brunner, a member of the Wisconsin Football Coaches Hall of Fame, has joined the staff at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.  Brunner, former head coach at Saint Francis (WI) and Hartford (WI) High School, earned All-America honors as a member of the Warhawks in the mid-70’s. Brunner recently retired from Hartford Union High School where he taught for nineteen years.  Brunner also coach at Hartford where he led the Orioles to a 10-2 record in his last year, with the team advancing to the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division I quarterfinals.  He compiled a 135-52 record, including seven conference titles, at Hartford.  Prior to Hartford, Brunner coached at Saint Francis High School, where he led the Mariners for thirteen years and a Parkland Conference title in 1980. Brunner played his collegiate football at UW-W, as a tight end, under Forrest Perkins.  He lettered four times, earned All-Conference honors three times, and culminated his career with National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics All-America honors in 1975. A resident of Hubertus, Brunner and his wife, Kathie, have two children, Katie and Brian.
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