1 To support the vision of New Mexico State University by providing an athletic program of local and national acclaim in an equitable, diverse environment that supports student-athlete excellence in academics and athletics, and engages the university community and stakeholders in achieving and celebrating Aggies success.
2 2 INTRODUCTION ADMINISTRATION RECORDS 06 REVIEW 07 PREVIEW COACHES PLAYERS AGGIE FOOTBALL Table of Contents/ 2007 Schedule Coaching Staff/ Team Info Numerial Roster Alphabetical Roster Signees/ Geographical Breakdown 8 Depth Chart Staff Directory This is Aggie Football Mumme Ball Aggie Lockerroom Aggie Meeting Room Strength & Conditioning adidas Aggie Bowl Games Academic All-Americans Aggies in the Pros Pro Players Coached by Mumme Pro Players Coached by Woody Aggie Coaches Ring Collection Great Players in Aggie History WAC Bowl Games Aggie Memorial Stadium Aggie Pro Day Aggie Sports Network THE PLAYERS Player Profiles Newcomer Profiles The Coaches Hal Mumme Woody Widenhofer Coaching Legends Carlton Buckels Mike Fanoga Roy Gerela Gary Goff Mason Miller Matt Mumme Bobby Willcox Earnest Wilson Matt Walter Greg Harrod Football Support Staff PrevIEW 2007 Opponents All-Time Results WAC Composite Schedule Travel Information RevIEW Season Review Game-by-Game Recap Results/ Team Stats Individual Stats Season Superlatives The Records & Honors Year-by-Year Results Total Offense Rushing Passing Receiving Punting/ Place Kicking Returns Defensive All-Purpose The Last Time All-Time Coaches All-Americans Aggie Honors Letterwinners Citizen s Bank Hall of Fame Aggie Traditions THIS IS AGGIE ATHLETICS New Mexico State University Las Cruces, New Mexico The State of New Mexico Athletic Facilities Athletic Success Athletics Academic Program New Mexico State Football Schedule Date Opponent Location Time TV 8/30 SE Louisiana* (Thursday) Las Cruces, N.M. 6:00 p.m. 9/8 at New Mexico Albuquerque, N.M. 7:30 p.m. The Mnt 9/15 UTEP Las Cruces, N.M. 6:00 p.m. 9/22 at Auburn Auburn, Ala. 5:00 p.m. 9/30 Arkansas Pine-Bluff Las Cruces, N.M. 6:00 p.m. 10/7 at Boise State (Sunday) # Boise, Idaho 6:00 p.m. ESPN 10/13 at Louisiana Tech # Ruston, La. 5:00 p.m. ERT 10/20 Idaho# (Homecoming) Las Cruces, N.M. 6:00 p.m. 10/27 at Hawai i # Honolulu, Hawai i 10:05 p.m. 11/2 Nevada (Friday)# Las Cruces, N.M. 6:00 p.m. ESPN2 11/10 at San Jose State San Jose, Calif. 2:00 p.m. 11/17 Utah State # Las Cruces, N.M. 12:00 p.m. 11/30 Fresno State (Friday) # Las Cruces, N.M. 6:00 p.m. ESPN All times mountain and subject to change - All Games on Saturday unless otherwise stated #Western Athletic Conference Game Athletic Training Coca-Cola Weight Room Aggie Life Skills Western Athletic Conference NMSU President Dr. Michael Martin AD Dr. McKinley Boston NMSU Board of Regents NMSU Senior Staff Joe & Van Bullock AD Medal Athletics Support Staff Aggie Athletic Fund Compliane Corner Media Guidelines Media Guidelines Media Relations Staff Media Outlets CREDITS The 2007 New Mexico State Football Media Guide is a production of the New Mexico State Media Relations Department. Written, edited and designed by Assistant AD/ Director of Athletic Media Relations Tyler Dunkel, Asst. Media Relations Directors Tiffany Franklin, Garret Ward, Eddie Morelos, Jason Clay & student assistants Rebecca Craig and Katie Doherty. Mug shots by Darren Phillips of University Communications. Cover design by Digital Solutions. Photos by Darren Phillips, Rebecca Craig, Tim Barnett-Queen, JR Hernandez, Norm Dettlaff Tyler Dunkel, Garret Ward & NMSU Archives. Printing by Kelly Press Inc. of Columbia, Mo.
3 3 University Quick Facts Location: Las Cruces, N.M. (80,000) Founded: 1888 Enrollment: 16,428 Athletic Department Fast Facts Nickname: Aggies Colors: Crimson (PMS 208) and White Conference: Western Athletic Conference NMSU President: Dr. Michael Martin Athletic Director: Dr. McKinley Boston NCAA Representative: Dr. Jack Thomas Senior Woman Administrator: Maria Roth Football Fast Facts Stadium: Aggie Memorial (30,343) Surface: Grass 2006 Overall Record: 4-8 Conference Record: 2-6 COACHING INFORMATION - Head Coach- Hal Mumme Alma Mater- Tarleton State (1975) Overall Record (16 seasons) Record at NMSU (3rd season) Assistant Coaches Mike Fanoga - Assoc. Head Coach Defensive Line (3rd Season) UTEP (1986) Mason Miller- Offensive Line (3rd season) Valdosta State (3rd season) Matt Mumme - Quarterbacks (3rd season) Kentucky (1999) Woody Widenhofer - Defensive Coordinator (3rd season) Missouri (1965) Earnest Wilson - Running Backs/ Recruiting Coordinator (3rd season) Texas Tech (1989) Bobby Willcox - Linebackers (3rd season) Western New Mexico (2004) Carlton Buckels - Defensive Backs (3rd season) Louisiana State (1992) Gary Goff - Wide Receivers (3rd season) Valdosta State (1996) Roy Gerela - Kickers (3rd season) New Mexico State (1970) Greg Harrod - Director of Football Operations (1st season) Pittsburg State Univ. (1990), Springfield College (1992), New Orleans (2000) Matt Walter - Strength and Conditioning (3rd season) Northwestern Oklahoma State (2001) MEDIA RELATIONS - Tyler Dunkel- Assistant AD/ Director of Athletic Media Relations Football Contact (505) Office (505) Home (505) Cell - Tiffany Franklin - Asst Athletic Media Relations Director (505) Office (505) Cell Jason Clay - Asst Athletic Media Relations Director (505) Office (505) Cell Eddie Morelos - Asst Athletic Media Relations Director (505) Office Media Relations Fax-(505) TEAM INFORMATION Letterman Returning Offense (24)/ Defense (22)/ Kickers (1) Letterman Lost Offense (9)/ Defense (7)/ Kickers (1) Starters Returning - Defense (9) Maurice Murray, DE, 6-4, 284, Sr. Brandon McKinney, DL, 6-4, 284, Sr. Ray Manumaleuna, DL, 6-3, 310, Jr. Michael Hernishin, LB, 6-1, 245, Jr. Dante Floyd, LB, 6-0, 232, Sr. La Auli Fonoti, LB, 6-4, 250, So. Alex Bernard, DB, 5-11, 185, Jr. Gerald Gurrier, DB, 5-10, 191, So. Derrick Richardson, S, 5-11, 190, Jr. Offense (9) Mike Martinez, OL, 6-4, 335, Sr. James Farrelly, OL, 6-3, 294, Jr. Richard Bolin, OL, 6-1, 270, So. Polo Gutierrez, OL, 6-1, 296, So. Nick Cleaver, WR, 6-3, 235, Jr. Chris Williams, WR, 5-8, 155, So. Chase Holbrook, QB, 6-5, 235, So. Jeremiah Williams, RB, 6-0, 202, Jr. A.J. Harris, WR, 6-1, 212, Jr. Kicker (1) Jared Kaufman, P, 6-1, 188, Sr. Starters Lost - Defense (6) David Nuimatalolo, DL, 6-2, 265, So. Jeremy Weeks, DL, 6-2, 295, Sr. Tim McManigal, LB, 6-0, 231, Sr. Nathan Nuttall, LB, 6-0, 225, Sr. Eric Carrie, S, 5-11, 205, Sr. Courtney Bryan, DB, 6-1, 210, Sr. Offense (2) Maveu Hemuli, OL, 6-4, 387, Fr. Akieem Jolla, WR, 6-3, 200, Sr. Kicker (1) Matt Pratt, K, 5-10, 175, So. Important Phone Numbers - Area Code (505) Athletic Department: Football Office: Athletic Media Relations: Ticket Office: Equipment: Athletic Training: Strength and Conditioning: Marketing: Video: Aggie Sports Network: Aggie Athletic Fund: Press Box Phone: INTRODUCTION AGGIE FOOTBALL PLAYERS COACHES 07 PREVIEW 06 REVIEW RECORDS ADMINISTRATION
4 4 INTRODUCTION ADMINISTRATION RECORDS 06 REVIEW 07 PREVIEW COACHES PLAYERS AGGIE FOOTBALL Numerical Roster No Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. Exp. Hometown (Previous School) 1 Dan White DS Sr. 2L Overland Park, Kan. (Olathe East HS) 2 Wes Neiman WR Fr. RS Junction, Texas (Junction HS) 3 Randell Bell RB Fr. HS Roswell, Ga. (Roswell HS/Hargraves) 4 Kyle Hughes K Fr. HS Columbia, S.C (Ridge View HSl/Hargraves) 4 Matt Jones S So. SQ El Paso, Texas (Andress HS) 5 Jared Kaufman P Sr. 2L Littleton, Colo. (Dakota Ridge HS) 6 Gerald Gurrier WR Jr. 2L Irvington, N.J. (Irvington HS) 6 Baer Philipbar QB Fr. RS Rio Rancho, N.M. (Rio Rancho HS) 7 Brandon Allen WR Sr. 3L Phoenix, Ariz. (Desert Vista HS) 8 Christopher Buckner WR So. 1L Arlington, Texas (Mansfield Sum HS) 10 Chris West WR Fr. HS Devine, Texas (Devine HS) 11 La Auli Fonoti LB Jr. 2L Kahuku, Hawai i (Kahuku HS) 12 Chase Holbrook QB Jr. 1L Hurst, Texas (L.D. Bell HS/ SE La) 13 Alex Gibson QB So. 1L Tulsa, Okla. (Holland Hall Prep) 14 Matt Parsons QB Fr. RS Orlando, Fla. (Fort Union Military) 15 Junior Fasavalu DB Jr. TR Long Beach, Calif. (LBCC/ LB Poly) 16 J.J. McDermott QB Fr. HS Katy, Texas (Cinco Ranch HS) 17 Kyle Nelson TE Fr. TR Waco, Texas (Tulsa) 18 A.J. Harris WR Jr. 2L Baton Rouge, La. (Redemptorist HS) 19 Derek Dubois WR Sr. 2L Colonia, N.J. (Colonia HS) 20 Marvin Betts DB Sr. 1L Oceanside, Calif. (Palimar JC) 21 Brennan Baiamonte S Jr. 2L Albuquerque, N.M. (Albuquerque HS) 22 Derrick Richardson S Jr. 1L Chandler, Ariz. (Chandler HS) 23 Tonny Glynn RB So. 1L Lubbock, Texas (Estacado HS) 24 Kramer Winingham LB Sr. 1L San Anselmo, Calif. (Yuba College) 25 Jeremiah Williams RB Jr. 2L Raleigh, NC (Wakefield HS) 26 Julius Fleming RB Fr. HS Baton Rouge, La. (Catholic HS) 27 Vince Butler DB Jr. TR Mesquite, Texas (N. Mesquite /NMMI) 28 Chris Williams WR Jr. 2L Rio Rancho, N.M. (Rio Rancho HS) 29 Cole Marton DB Sr. 1L Carlsbad, Calif. (Air Force/ Palomar JC) 30 Kenny Evora S Fr. RS Widefield, Colo. (Mesa Ridge HS) 31 Alphonso Powell DB Fr. HS Copperas Cove, Texas (Copperas Cove HS) 32 Chris Woods DB So. RS Midland, Texas (Midland HS) 34 Justine Buries RB Jr. 2L Mesquite, Texas (W. Mesquite HS) 35 Chris Nwoko LB Jr. 1L Austin, Texas (North Mesquite HS) 36 Alex Bernard DB Sr. 3L Las Cruces, N.M. (Mayfield HS) 37 Ka ua Adolpho LB Fr. RS Kahuku, Hawai i (Kahuku HS) 38 Brandon Perez FB So. 1L Sparta, N.J. (Pope John XXIII HS) 40 Nick Cleaver TE Sr. 3L San Diego, Calif. (Clairemont HS) 40 Spencer Diaz S Fr. HS Las Cruces, N.M. (Mayfield HS) 41 Ronald Opetaia RB Fr. HS American Samoa (LBJ HS) 42 Dante Floyd LB Sr. 1L Oakland, Calif. (Laney JC) 43 Dylan Moss LB So. RS Kailua, Hawai i (Northern Colorado) 44 Brandon McKinney DL Sr. 3L Rio Rancho, N.M. (Rio Rancho HS) 45 Maurice Murray DE Sr. 1L Long Beach, Calif. (LBCC/Poly HS) 46 Aaron Williams DB Sr. 1L Pomona, Calif. (Diamond Rio HS) 47 Russell Wantowski LB Fr. HS Honolulu, Hawai i (Radford HS/Hargraves) 48 Jeff Lucas LB Fr. HS Lakewood, Ohio (St. Edward HS) 49 JD Dowling LB Fr. RS McKinney, Texas (McKinney HS) 50 Ray Manumaleuna DL Sr. 1L Laie, Hawai i (Snow College) 51 Ross Conner LB So. 1L Las Cruces, N.M.(Mayfield HS) 52 Nick Ply LB Sr. 1L Oak Park, Calif. (Ventura JC) 53 Michael Hernishin LB Sr. 2L Corona, Calif. (Chaffey/Servite HS) 54 Brett Leeds OL Jr. RS Cactus, Ariz. (Glendale CC) 54 Derek Hinkley LB Jr TR Kaneohe, Hawai i (Grossmont College) 55 James Farrelly OL Sr. 1L Boulder City, Nev. (Snow College) 56 Sam King LB Jr. 1L Las Vegas, Nev. (Palo Verde HS) 57 Jamar Cotton LB So. 1L Irvington, N.J. (Frank Memorial HS) Alphabetical Roster No Name Pos. 37 Ka ua Adolpho LB 7 Brandon Allen WR 58 Boyblue Aoelua LB 21 Brennan Baiamonte S 3 Randell Bell RB 36 Alex Bernard DB 20 Marvin Betts DB 73 Patrick Blount OL 63 Richard Bolin OL 59 Michael Brewer LB 75 Nathan Broaddus OL 77 Joel Buschmann OL 8 Christopher Buckner WR 81 Kenneth Buckley WR 34 Justine Buries RB 27 Vince Butler DB 90 E.J. Cannon NT 40 Nick Cleaver TE 51 Ross Conner LB 57 Jamar Cotton LB 40 Spencer Diaz S 49 JD Dowling LB 19 Derek Dubois WR 30 Kenny Evora S 72 Sioeli Fakalata NT 55 James Farrelly OL 15 Junior Fasavalu DB 26 Julius Fleming RB 42 Dante Floyd LB 11 La Auli Fonoti LB 82 Ryan Franzoy TE 80 Jordan Fry WR 13 Alex Gibson QB 71 Alex Gottlieb OL 62 Michael Grady OL 6 Gerald Gurrier WR 65 Polo Gutierrez OL 23 Tonny Glynn RB 18 A.J. Harris WR 53 Michael Hernishin LB 54 Derek Hinkley LB 12 Chase Holbrook QB 4 Kyle Hughes K 83 Barry Huntley WR 70 Wallace Jennings OL 4 Matt Jones S 5 Jared Kaufman P 56 Sam King LB 54 Brett Leeds OL 92 Oren Long DL 48 Jeff Lucas LB 50 Ray Manumaleuna DL 69 Mike Martinez OL 29 Cole Marton DB 87 Doug McDaniel WR 16 J.J. McDermott QB 44 Brandon McKinney DL 43 Dylan Moss LB
5 5 58 Boyblue Aoelua LB Fr. HS American Samoa (Fagaitua HS) 59 Michael Brewer LB Sr. 3L Texarkana, Texas (Liberty-Eylau HS) 61 JR Saulietis OL So. 1L Cloudcroft, N.M. (Cloudcroft HS) 62 Michael Grady OL Fr. HS Corpus Christi, Texas (Carroll HS) 63 Richard Bolin OL Jr. 2L Bakersfield, Calif. (N. Bakersfield HS) 64 Ana Tuiasosopo DL Fr. HS Honolulu, Hawai i (Saint Louis HS) 65 Polo Gutierrez OL Jr. 2L Corpus Christi, Texas (Carroll HS) 67 Joseph Palmer OL So. 1L Spring, Texas (Spring HS) 68 Ray Zielinski OL Jr. 3L Arlington, Texas (Martin HS) 69 Mike Martinez OL Sr. 3L Aurora, Colo. (Overland HS) 70 Wallace Jennings OL Fr. HS American Samoa (Leone HS) 70 Mark Pole DL Sr. 1L Oakland, Calif. (Laney JC) 71 Alex Gottlieb OL Sr. 1L Valencia, Calif. (Valencia HS) 72 Sioeli Fakalata NT So. 1L Palo Alto, Calif. (St. Francis HS) 73 Patrick Blount OL Fr. RS Dallas, Texas (Richland Hills HS) 74 Derek Thompson OL Fr. HS El paso, Texas (Coranado HS) 75 Nathan Broaddus OL Jr. TR Anaheim, Calif. (Santa Ann JC) 76 Chuck Taylor OG Fr. HS Hamilton, N.J. (Hamilton W. HS/ Fork Un.) 77 Joel Buschmann OL Fr. RS Denver, Colo. (Columbine HS) 78 Kyle Smith OL So. 1L Arlington, Texas (Mansfield Summit HS) 79 Eddie Tautolo OL Fr. HS American Samoa (Samoana HS) 80 Jordan Fry WR Fr. RS Orlando, Fla. (Bishop Moore Prep) 81 Kenneth Buckley WR Jr. 2L Everman, Texas (Alavado HS) 82 Ryan Franzoy TE So. 1L Hatch, N.M. (Hatch Valley HS) 83 Barry Huntley WR Fr. RS Atlanta, Ga. 85 Drew Thatcher WR Jr. 1L T or C, N.M. (Hot Springs HS) 87 Doug McDaniel WR Jr. 1L Albuquerque, N.M (Rio Grande HS) 90 E.J. Cannon NT Jr. TR Odessa, Texas (Odessa HS/ NMMI) 91 Jared Naylor DL Sr. 3L Tulsa, Okla. (Union HS) 92 Oren Long DL Jr. RS Honolulu, Hawai i (Alcorn State) 94 Kawika Shook DE So. 1L Kapolei, Hawai i (Kamehameha HS) 98 Skyler Sargent DL Sr. 2L Albuquerque, N.M. (Valley HS) 45 Maurice Murray DE 91 Jared Naylor DL 2 Wes Neiman WR 17 Kyle Nelson TE 35 Chris Nwoko LB 41 Ronald Opetaia RB 67 Joseph Palmer OL 14 Matt Parsons QB 38 Brandon Perez FB 6 Baer Philipbar QB 52 Nick Ply LB 70 Mark Pole DL 31 Alphonso Powell DB 22 Derrick Richardson S 98 Skyler Sargent DL 61 JR Saulietis OL 94 Kawika Shook DE 78 Kyle Smith OL 79 Eddie Tautolo OL 76 Chuck Taylor OG 85 Drew Thatcher WR 74 Derek Thompson OL 64 Ana Tuiasosopo DL 47 Russell Wantowski LB 10 Chris West WR 1 Dan White DS 46 Aaron Williams DB 28 Chris Williams WR 25 Jeremiah Williams RB 24 Kramer Winingham LB 32 Chris Woods DB 68 Ray Zielinski OL Pronunciation Guide Players Boyblue AOELUA ah-ah-lou-a Junior FASAVALU fas-ah-va-lou Ronald OPETAIA o-pet-eye-a Ana TUIOSOSOPA two-lee-ah-su-sopa-o Eddie TAUTOLO tao-toe-lo Russell WANTOWSKI juan-tao-ski RANDELL Bell ran-dell (like the computer) JUSTINE BURIES - Justin-Brrees Brennen Baiamonte - bee-uh-montay Derek DUBOIS - Doo-b-wa LA AULI FONOTI - La-ooo-lee Phono-tee Polo GUTIERREZ - Gu-tee-air-es Michael HERNISHIN - Her-na-shin Ray Zielinski - zuh-lin-ski Joel BUCSHMANN - bush-man SIOELI FAKALATA - See-o-lee Fa-ka-la-ta James FARRELLY - Fair-lee Brett LEEDS - Leads KAWIKA Shook - Kah-vee-ka KAUA ADOLPHO - Ka-oo-a Ah-doll-foe Patrick BLOUNT - Blunt Ray MANUMALEUNA - Moan-u-ma-le-una Kenny EVORA - ee-vor-a Coaches Hal Mumme - mummy Woody WIDENHOFER - wood-en-hoffer INTRODUCTION AGGIE FOOTBALL PLAYERS COACHES 07 PREVIEW 06 REVIEW RECORDS ADMINISTRATION
6 6 INTRODUCTION ADMINISTRATION RECORDS 06 REVIEW 07 PREVIEW COACHES PLAYERS AGGIE FOOTBALL Alphabetical Roster No Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. Exp. Hometown (Previous School) 37 Ka ua Adolpho LB Fr. RS Kahuku, Hawai i (Kahuku HS) 7 Brandon Allen WR Sr. 3L Phoenix, Ariz. (Desert Vista HS) 58 Boyblue Aoelua LB Fr. HS American Samoa (Fagaitua HS) 21 Brennan Baiamonte S Jr. 2L Albuquerque, N.M. (Albuquerque HS) 3 Randell Bell RB Fr. HS Roswell, Ga. (Roswell HS/Hargraves) 36 Alex Bernard DB Sr. 3L Las Cruces, N.M. (Mayfield HS) 20 Marvin Betts DB Sr. 1L Oceanside, Calif. (Palimar JC) 73 Patrick Blount OL Fr. RS Dallas, Texas (Richland Hills HS) 63 Richard Bolin OL Jr. 2L Bakersfield, Calif. (N. Bakersfield HS) 59 Michael Brewer LB Sr. 3L Texarkana, Texas (Liberty-Eylau HS) 75 Nathan Broaddus OL Jr. TR Anaheim, Calif. (Santa Ann JC) 77 Joel Buschmann OL Fr. RS Denver, Colo. (Columbine HS) 8 Christopher Buckner WR So. 1L Arlington, Texas (Mansfield Sum HS) 81 Kenneth Buckley WR Jr. 2L Everman, Texas (Alavado HS) 34 Justine Buries RB Jr. 2L Mesquite, Texas (W. Mesquite HS) 27 Vince Butler DB TR Jr. Mesquite, Texas (N. Mesquite /NMMI) 90 E.J. Cannon NT TR Jr. Odessa, Texas (Odessa HS/ NMMI) 40 Nick Cleaver TE Sr. 3L San Diego, Calif. (Clairemont HS) 51 Ross Conner LB So. 1L Las Cruces, N.M.(Mayfield HS) 57 Jamar Cotton LB So. 1L Irvington, N.J. (Frank Memorial HS) 40 Spencer Diaz S Fr. HS Las Cruces, N.M. (Mayfield HS) 49 JD Dowling LB Fr. RS McKinney, Texas (McKinney HS) 19 Derek Dubois WR Sr. 2L Colonia, N.J. (Colonia HS) 30 Kenny Evora S Fr. RS Widefield, Colo. (Mesa Ridge HS) 72 Sioeli Fakalata NT So. 1L Palo Alto, Calif. (St. Francis HS) 55 James Farrelly OL Sr. 1L Boulder City, Nev. (Snow College) 15 Junior Fasavalu DB TR Jr. Long Beach, Calif. (LBCC/ LB Poly) 26 Julius Fleming RB Fr. HS Baton Rouge, La. (Catholic HS) 42 Dante Floyd LB Sr. 1L Oakland, Calif. (Laney JC) 11 La Auli Fonoti LB Jr. 2L Kahuku, Hawai i (Kahuku HS) 82 Ryan Franzoy TE So. 1L Hatch, N.M. (Hatch Valley HS) 80 Jordan Fry WR Fr. RS Orlando, Fla. (Bishop Moore Prep) 13 Alex Gibson QB So. 1L Tulsa, Okla. (Holland Hall Prep) 71 Alex Gottlieb OL Sr. 1L Valencia, Calif. (Valencia HS) 62 Michael Grady OL Fr. HS Corpus Christi, Texas (Carroll HS) 6 Gerald Gurrier WR Jr. 2L Irvington, N.J. (Irvington HS) 65 Polo Gutierrez OL Jr. 2L Corpus Christi, Texas (Carroll HS) 23 Tonny Glynn RB So. 1L Lubbock, Texas (Estacado HS) 18 A.J. Harris WR Jr. 2L Baton Rouge, La. (Redemptorist HS) 53 Michael Hernishin LB Sr. 2L Corona, Calif. (Chaffey/Servite HS) 54 Derek Hinkley LB Jr TR Kaneohe, Hawaii (Grossmont College) 12 Chase Holbrook QB Jr. 1L Hurst, Texas (L.D. Bell HS/ SE La) 4 Kyle Hughes K Fr. HS Columbia, S.C (Ridge View HSl/Hargraves) 83 Barry Huntley WR Fr. RS Atlanta, Ga. 70 Wallace Jennings OL Fr. HS American Samoa (Leone HS) 4 Matt Jones S So. SQ El Paso, Texas (Andress HS) 5 Jared Kaufman P Sr. 2L Littleton, Colo. (Dakota Ridge HS) 56 Sam King LB Jr. 1L Las Vegas, Nev. (Palo Verde HS) 54 Brett Leeds OL Jr. RS Cactus, Ariz. (Glendale CC) 92 Oren Long DL Jr. RS Honolulu, Hawai i (Alcorn State) 48 Jeff Lucas LB Fr. HS Lakewood, Ohio (St. Edward HS) 50 Ray Manumaleuna DL Sr. 1L Laie, Hawai i (Snow College) 69 Mike Martinez OL Sr. 3L Aurora, Colo. (Overland HS) 29 Cole Marton DB Sr. 1L Carlsbad, Calif. (Air Force/ Palomar JC) 87 Doug McDaniel WR Jr. 1L Albuquerque, N.M (Rio Grande HS) 16 J.J. McDermott QB Fr. HS Katy, Texas (Cinco Ranch HS) 44 Brandon McKinney DL Sr. 3L Rio Rancho, N.M. (Rio Rancho HS) 43 Dylan Moss LB So. RS Kailua, Hawai i (Northern Colorado) 45 Maurice Murray DE Sr. 1L Long Beach, Calif. (LBCC/Poly HS) Numerical Roster No Name Pos. 1 Dan White DS 2 Wes Neiman WR 3 Randell Bell RB 4 Kyle Hughes K 4 Matt Jones S 5 Jared Kaufman P 6 Gerald Gurrier WR 6 Baer Philipbar QB 7 Brandon Allen WR 8 Christopher Buckner WR 10 Chris West WR 11 La Auli Fonoti LB 12 Chase Holbrook QB 13 Alex Gibson QB 14 Matt Parsons QB 15 Junior Fasavalu DB 16 J.J. McDermott QB 17 Kyle Nelson TE 18 A.J. Harris WR 19 Derek Dubois WR 20 Marvin Betts DB 21 Brennan Baiamonte S 22 Derrick Richardson S 23 Tonny Glynn RB 24 Kramer Winingham LB 25 Jeremiah Williams RB 26 Julius Fleming RB 27 Vince Butler DB 28 Chris Williams WR 29 Cole Marton DB 30 Kenny Evora S 31 Alphonso Powell DB 32 Chris Woods DB 34 Justine Buries RB 35 Chris Nwoko LB 36 Alex Bernard DB 37 Ka ua Adolpho LB 38 Brandon Perez FB 40 Nick Cleaver TE 40 Spencer Diaz S 41 Ronald Opetaia RB 42 Dante Floyd LB 43 Dylan Moss LB 44 Brandon McKinney DL 45 Maurice Murray DE 46 Aaron Williams DB 47 Russell Wantowski LB 48 Jeff Lucas LB 49 JD Dowling LB 50 Ray Manumaleuna DL 51 Ross Conner LB 52 Nick Ply LB 53 Michael Hernishin LB 54 Brett Leeds OL 54 Derek Hinkley LB 55 James Farrelly OL 56 Sam King LB 57 Jamar Cotton LB 58 Boyblue Aoelua LB
7 7 91 Jared Naylor DL Sr. 3L Tulsa, Okla. (Union HS) 2 Wes Neiman WR Fr. RS Junction, Texas (Junction HS) 17 Kyle Nelson TE Fr. TR Waco, Texas (Tulsa) 35 Chris Nwoko LB Jr. 1L Austin, Texas (North Mesquite HS) 41 Ronald Opetaia RB Fr. HS American Samoa (LBJ HS) 67 Joseph Palmer OL So. 1L Spring, Texas (Spring HS) 14 Matt Parsons QB Fr. RS Orlando, Fla. (Fort Union Military) 38 Brandon Perez FB So. 1L Sparta, N.J. (Pope John XXIII HS) 6 Baer Philipbar QB Fr. RS Rio Rancho, N.M. (Rio Rancho HS) 52 Nick Ply LB Sr. 1L Oak Park, Calif. (Ventura JC) 70 Mark Pole DL Sr. 1L Oakland, Calif. (Laney JC) 31 Alphonso Powell DB Fr. HS Copperas Cove, Texas (Copperas Cove HS) 22 Derrick Richardson S Jr. 1L Chandler, Ariz. (Chandler HS) 98 Skyler Sargent DL Sr. 2L Albuquerque, N.M. (Valley HS) 61 JR Saulietis OL So. 1L Cloudcroft, N.M. (Cloudcroft HS) 94 Kawika Shook DE So. 1L Kapolei, Hawai i (Kamehameha HS) 78 Kyle Smith OL So. 1L Arlington, Texas (Mansfield Summit HS) 79 Eddie Tautolo OL Fr. HS American Samoa (Samoana HS) 76 Chuck Taylor OG Fr. HS Hamilton, N.J. (Hamilton W. HS/ Fork Un.) 85 Drew Thatcher WR Jr. 1L T or C, N.M. (Hot Springs HS) 74 Derek Thompson OL Fr. HS El paso, Texas (Coranado HS) 64 Ana Tuiasosopo DL Fr. HS Honolulu, Hawai i (Saint Louis HS) 47 Russell Wantowski LB Fr. HS Honolulu, Hawai i (Radford HS/Hargraves) 10 Chris West WR Fr. HS Devine, Texas (Devine HS) 1 Dan White DS Sr. 2L Overland Park, Kan. (Olathe East HS) 46 Aaron Williams DB Sr. 1L Pomona, Calif. (Diamond Rio HS) 28 Chris Williams WR Jr. 2L Rio Rancho, N.M. (Rio Rancho HS) 25 Jeremiah Williams RB Jr. 2L Raleigh, NC (Wakefield HS) 24 Kramer Winingham LB Sr. 1L San Anselmo, Calif. (Yuba College) 32 Chris Woods DB So. RS Midland, Texas (Midland HS) 68 Ray Zielinski OL Jr. 3L Arlington, Texas (Martin HS) 59 Michael Brewer LB 61 JR Saulietis OL 62 Michael Grady OL 63 Richard Bolin OL 64 Ana Tuiasosopo DL 65 Polo Gutierrez OL 67 Joseph Palmer OL 68 Ray Zielinski OL 69 Mike Martinez OL 70 Wallace Jennings OL 70 Mark Pole DL 71 Alex Gottlieb OL 72 Sioeli Fakalata NT 73 Patrick Blount OL 74 Derek Thompson OL 75 Nathan Broaddus OL 76 Chuck Taylor OG 77 Joel Buschmann OL 78 Kyle Smith OL 79 Eddie Tautolo OL 80 Jordan Fry WR 81 Kenneth Buckley WR 82 Ryan Franzoy TE 83 Barry Huntley WR 85 Drew Thatcher WR 87 Doug McDaniel WR 90 E.J. Cannon NT 91 Jared Naylor DL 92 Oren Long DL 94 Kawika Shook DE 98 Skyler Sargent DL INTRODUCTION AGGIE FOOTBALL PLAYERS COACHES 07 PREVIEW 06 REVIEW RECORDS ADMINISTRATION
8 8 INTRODUCTION ADMINISTRATION RECORDS 06 REVIEW 07 PREVIEW COACHES PLAYERS AGGIE FOOTBALL 2007 Football Recruiting Class Boyblue Aoelua, LB, 5-10, 230, American Samoa (Fagaitua High School) Randell Bell, RB, 5-10, 200, Roswell, Ga. (Roswell High School/Hargraves Prep) Vince Butler, DB, 5-11,177, Mesquite, Texas (North Mesquite High School/NMMI) E.J. Cannon, NT, 6-0, 290, Odessa, Texas (Odessa High School/ New Mexico Military) Junior Fasavalu, DB, 6-0, 185, Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach City College/ Long Beach Poly) Julius Fleming, RB, 5-8, 168, Baton Rouge, La. (Catholic HS) Michael Grady, OL, 6-3, 300, Corpus Christi, Texas (Carroll HS) Kyle Hughes, K, 6-0,182, Columbia, S.C (Ridge View High School/Hargraves Prep) Wallace Jennings, OL, 6-2, 291, American Samoa (Leone High School) J.J. McDermott, QB, 6-4, 220, Katy, Texas (Cinco Ranch High School) Ronald Opetaia, RB, 5-9, 213, American Samoa (LBJ High School) Alphonso Powell, DB, 5-9, 171, Fr., Copperas Cove, Texas (Copperas Cove HS) Ana Tuiasosopo, OL, 6-0, 275, Honolulu, Hawaii (Saint Louis HS) Eddie Tautolo, OL, 6-4, 358, American Samoa (Samoana High School) Chuck Taylor, OG, 6-3, 345, Hamilton, N.J. (Hamilton West High School/Fork Union Prep) Russell Wantowski, LB, 5-11, 202, Honolulu, Hawai i (Radford High School/Hargraves Prep) Chris West, WR, 6-1, 200, Devine, Texas (Devine High School) Jeff Lucas, LB, 6-1, 215, Lakewood, Ohio (St. Edward HS) Nick Ply, LB, 6-3, 230, Sr., Oak Park, Calif. (Ventura JC) Ray Manumaleuna, NG, 6-2, 322, Sr., Laie, Hawai i (Snow College) Kramer Winingham, LB, 6-1, 241, Sr., San Anselm, Calif. (Yuma College) Kenny Evora, S, 6-4, 217, Widefield, Colo. (Mesa Ridge HS) Chris Williams The Best Football Player Out of the State of New Mexico Since Brian Urlacher Junior Rio Rancho, N.M. Williams became the ninth player in school history to earn All-American honors as he was named to the SI.com All-America Honorable Mention team. Williams led the nation in receiving yards per game (117.9) and catches per game (7.66). His 1,861 all-purpose yards also ranked fourth in the nation. Williams also broke the school record for most 100-yard receiving games in a season with seven Williams led the team in scoring with 72 points on the year and moved into the top-10 for a career in pass receptions (104), reception yards (1,512) and touchdown receptions (12). Players from the State of New Mexico Alex Bernard Las Cruces, N.M. Brandon McKinney Rio Rancho, N.M. Doug McDaniel Albuquerque, N.M. Skyler Sargent Albuquerque, N.M.
9 Aggie Depth Chart New Mexico State Offense X 18 A.J. Harris Jr. 80 Christopher Buckner So. h 19 Derek Dubois Sr. 2 Wes Neiman Fr. LT 69 Mike Martinez Sr. 78 Kyle Smith So. LG 67 Joseph Palmer So. 76 Chuck Taylor Fr. C 63 Richie Bolin Jr. 71 Alex Gottlieb Sr. RG 65 Polo Gutierrez Jr. 77 Joel Buschmann Fr. RT 55 James Farrelly Sr. 73 Patrick Blount Fr. TE 40 Nick Cleaver Sr. 17 Kyle Nelson Fr. Z 28 Chris Williams Jr. 6 Gerald Gurrier Jr. Y 7 Brandon Allen Sr. 87 Doug McDaniel Jr. QB 12 Chase Holbrook Jr. 16 J.J. McDermott Fr. RB 23 Tonny Glynn So. 25 Jeremiah Williams Jr. RB 38 Brandon Perez So. 34 Justine Buries Jr. New Mexico State Defense LE 45 Maurice Murray Sr. 98 Skyler Sargent Sr. NG 50 Ray Manumaleuna Sr. 70 Mark Pole Sr. 72 Sioeli Fakalata So. RE 44 Brandon McKinney Sr. 91 Jared Naylor Sr. LBW 24 Kramer Winningham Sr. 51 Ross Conner So. or 53 Michael Hernishin Sr. Mike 42 Dante Flyod Sr. 54 Derek Hinkley Jr. 43 Dylan Moss So. LOB 11 La Auli Fonoti Jr. 52 Nick Ply Sr. ROB 57 Jamar Cotton So. 59 Michael Brewer Sr. RC 32 Chris Woods So. 27 Vince Butler Sr. LC 36 Alex Bernard Sr. 20 Marvin Betts Sr. SS 22 Derrick Richardson Jr. 15 Junior Fasavalu TR FS 29 Cole Marton Sr. 21 Brennan Baiamonte Jr. INTRODUCTION AGGIE FOOTBALL PLAYERS COACHES 07 PREVIEW 06 REVIEW RECORDS ADMINISTRATION
10 10 INTRODUCTION ADMINISTRATION RECORDS 06 REVIEW 07 PREVIEW COACHES PLAYERS AGGIE FOOTBALL Fulton Athletic Center MSC 3FAC Fax Administration - Main Number Dr. McKinley Boston, Director of Athletics (Fax: ) Herb Taylor, Sr. Assoc. Athletics Director/Operations Maria Roth, Asst Athletics Director/SWA Sylvia Fierro, Assistant to the Director Ann Hermes, Human Resources Jenny Castillo, Administrative Secretary, Women s Sports Special Assistants to Athletics Director Richard Bump Elliott Aggie Athletics Fund - Main Number Brian Faison, Assistant VIce President of Athletic Development Lorraine McCullough, Coordinator, Donor Services Stella Sanchez, Administrative Secretary Athletic Training - Main Number Mike O Larey, Asst AD/Head Trainer Matt Morrison, Assistant Trainer Jeb Davis, Assistant Trainer Kara Whiteley, Assistant Trainer Kimberley Herbert, Assistant Trainer TBA, Interns Trn. Room/Pan Am Trn. Room/Stadium Carrie Flores, Insurance Clerk Athletics Academic Program - Main Number James Hall, Asst. AD/ Student Development & Acad. Support Services Rebecca Galves, Athletics Advisor/Life Skills Coord. David Sedor, Academic Advisor/Learning Specialist Erica Flores, Academic Advisor/ Life Skills Coord. Baseball - Main Number Rocky Ward, Head Coach Gary Ward, Assistant Coach Chad Tidwell, Assistant Coach TBA, Volunteer Coach Men s Basketball - Main Number Reggie Theus, Head Coach Damon Archibald, Assistant Coach Chris Pompey, Assistant Coach Gus Hauser, Assistant Coach Brian Mallory, Coordinator, BKB Operations Steve Crosier, Strength & Conditioning Coach Patsy Torres, Program Coordinator Allan Adams, Manager, Video Operations Mike Spaulding, Program Assistant Kyle James, Program Specialist Women s Basketball - Main Number Darin Spence, Head Coach Joel Washington, Assistant Coach Brooke Atkinson, Assistant Coach Princess Moore, Assistant Coach Lisa Brown, Administrative Secretary Budget and Finance Bill Harty, Assoc. AD/Business & Finance Bob Noland, Business Manager Rita Gandara, Asst Business Manager Nancy Clifton, Fiscal Specialist Janet Boy, Audit Budget Tech I Football - Main Number Hal Mumme, Head Coach Greg Harrod, Program Coordinator Martha Valdez, Administrative Secretary Woody Widenhofer, Defensive Coordinator Carlton Buckels, Assistant Coach Mike Fanoga, Assistant Coach Gary Goff, Assistant Coach Mason Miller, Assistant Coach Matt Mumme, Assistant Coach Bobby Willcox, Assistant Coach Earnest Wilson, Assistant Coach Roy Gerela, Assistant Coach Matt Walter, Strength & Conditioning Coach Robert Kiserr, Football Video Coordinator John David Caffey & Brian Sheppard Graduate Assistants Men s Golf - Main Number Scott Lieberwirth, Head Coach, Men s Golf Women s Golf - Main Number Paul Brillant, Head Coach, Women s Golf Marketing and Promotions - Main Number Steve Macy, Assoc. AD/Media & Marketing John Houser, Director of Sales Catrina Hernandez, Asst Coordinator, Sales Maria Rocha-Hall, Asst Coordinator, Makt. & Pro. Aaron Villalobos, Marketing Contractor Jenean Ford, Marketing Specialist Media Relations - Main Number Tyler Dunkel, Asst. AD/ Director, Media Relations Tiffany Franklin, Asst Director, Media Relations Eddie Moreles, Asst Director, Media Relations Jason Clay, Asst Director, Media Relations Katie Doherty, Intern NCAA Faculty Representative Dr. Jack Thomas (Mail: MSC 3-I) Softball - Main Number Kathy Rodolph, Head Coach Cat Heifner, Associate Head Coach Tiala Tagaloa, Assistant Coach Ross Kramer, Volunteer Coach Strength & Conditioning - Main Number John Taylor, Head Coach Tony McClure, Assistant Coach Matt Walter, Football Strength & Conditioning Student Development Troy Franklin, Assoc. AD Swimming / Women s - Main Number Rick Pratt, Head Coach Jonathan Johnson, Assistant Coach Tennis / Men s & Women s - Main Number Don Ball, Head Coach Carlos Vargas, Assistant Coach Ivan Fernandez, Assistant Coach Track & Cross Country - Main Number Orin Richburg, Women s Head Coach TBD, Assistant Coach TBA, Assistant Coach Volleyball - Main Number Michael Jordan, Head Coach Stevi Adams, Assistant Coach Ashley Hardee, Assistant Coach Ben Wallis, Volunteer Coach Debby Baker, Volleyball Operations Compliance & Elegibility - Main Number Braun Cartwright, Director Nate Flores, Compliance Specialist Connie Lara, Administrative Secretary Equestrian - Main Number Pamela Bruemmer, Head Coach Andrea Hanson, Assistant Coach Ashley Thompson, Assistant Coach Cheer Coach - Main Number TBA, Head Coach Equipment Louis Sandoval, Equipment Manager Juan Lopez, Assistant Equipment Manager Videographer Micheal Ruebusch Aggie Sports Network Jack Nixon, Play-by-Play Announcer Bob Sherman, Sports Analyst
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