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BUILDING A FOUNDiinON FOR THE FUTURE 




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WESLEY 
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Come visit our web site at ]\ttp://w'ww.wpg-inc.com 

1100 West Peachtree Street 

Atlanta, Georgia 30309 

Phone:404'874'0555 

Fax: 404-874-0601 

E-mail: info@wpg-inc.com 




College Quick Facts 1 

Governor's Welcome Message 2 

Mayor's Welcome Message 3 

Cit\' Council Welcome Message 4 

President's Welcome Message 5 

Athletic Director's Message 6 

2002 Football Schedule 7 

Did You Know? 7 

Player Profiles 8-11 

Saint Augustine's College Roster 12-13 

2002 CIAA FootbaU Predictions 13 

Opponent Roster 14 

2002 Falcon Football Team 15 

Saint Aueusdne's College President Profile 16 

Athletic Director 17 

Head Football Coach 18 

Assistant Football Coaches 19-20 

Athletic Support Staff 21 

History of Falcon Football 22 

Records and Traditions 23 

History of Mascot 24 

Cheerleaders 25 

History of Saint Augustine's College 26 

Admissions Information 27 

Alma Mater 28 

Advertisements 29-52 



Saint Augustine's College 
Quick Facts 

President 

Dianne Boardley Suber 

Location 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Founded 

1867 

Enrollment 

1500 

Mascot 

Falcon 

School Colors 

Blue and White 

National Affiliation 

NCAA Division II 

Conference 

Central Intercollegiate Athletic 
Association (CIAA) 

Athletic Director 

George "Pup" Williams 
2004 Olympic Head Coach 
Men's Track and Field 

Sports Information Director 

OraUa Washington 

Website 

www.st-aug.edu 









Credits 



On the Cover: (Top) The 1Q64-1965 Football Team; (Bottom) The 2002 Falcon Football Team. 
Inside Photos by Ric Crank ot Piis by Ry(, Lemmv Ogah, and Sheree ^'oung, publications specialist. 



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It is my pri\ ilegc lo extend greetings and a warm welcome as Saint 
Aiiuiiistinc's College re-establishes its football program. This exciting e\enl will 
lake place at l-jiloe High School in Raleigh. September 2 1 . 2002. 

.\s a member ol'tlie ClAA. Saint .'\ugusline's College has a rich and proud 
history in football. Unfortunately, the football program ended in U)67. but alumni, 
trustees, faculty and friends refused to let it remain dorniaiu. .As a result of their 
tireless efforts. Falcons Football is again ali\e and well. 

There is nothing more e.xeiling than a college football game. I am conlident 
that when the St. .Augustine's College Falcons take to the Held against Bowie Slate 
I'niversit). the le\cl of excitement will he off the charts - and rightfully so! 

Mrs. Easley joins me in extending greetings. We I'urihcr send our best wishes 
for a successful inauuural season. 



With kindest rcuards. I remain 



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GO FALCONS! 

On behallol tlie 300.000 residents ofRaleigli and the members ofthe Raleigh 
City Council, congralulations on reinstating the football program at St. Arigristiiie's 
College. This is a landmark aceomplishment in the long and proud histoiy ofthe college. 

\Vc look forward to seeing the Falcons compete on the gridiron against then ri\ als 
from the CIAA for the first time in 37 years. Falcon football will prov'ide our area's many 
sports fans with an additional venue for exciting athletic competition. I wish Coach 
Michael Costa and his team much success. Please enioy the games - and the celebrations 
and warm reunions that come with them. 




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OFFICE: 222 WEST HARGETT STREET • POST OFFICE BOX 590 • RALEIGH. NC 27502 

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James West 
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Sept. 12,2002 



CONGRATl LATIONS! 

On behalf of the members of the Raleigh Cily Council and the 300,000 residents 
of Raleigh, congratulations on successfully reinstating the football program at St. 
Augustine's College. There is much anticipation and excitement throughout Raleigh 
about the university's first football team in 37 years. 

The Falcons will provide our community with competiti\ e and memorable 
football games this season and for years to come. Football, however, is more than just a 
sport. It's about school spirit, reunions with old friends and meeting new acquaintances. 
These gridiron moments will be cherished forever 

I wish Coach Michael Costa and his team much success this season. The return of 
the football program is an historic and proud moment for St. .Augustine's Colleae. GO 
FALCONS' 



Very truly yours. 



.lames West 
Councillor, District C 



TELEPHONE: (919) 890-3050 

OFFICES ■ 222 WEST HARGETT STREET • POST OFFICE BOX 590 • RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 2 
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CO L L E G E 

Office of the President 

Greetings students, faculty-, statt, alumni and friends: 

Welcome to the inaugural Falcon football season, where, for the first time since 1965 Saint 
Augustine's College has fielded a team in a Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association 
(CIAA) gridiron competition. By yinir attendance, you have become a part of this historic 
e\'ent, and we thank y^ui tor participating in this significant milestone for tlie College. 

As the Mighty Falcons take flight this fall, we have it all — tailgating, marching bands, pep 
squads and a host of dedicated Falcim fans that take to the road with the team. As we 
celebrate the rebirth of football, we realize it is much more than just a sport-football has 
brc^ught a new vitality' to campus. 

This season we will face off with home games against Bowie State Uni\'ersir\', North 
Carolina Central University, Saint Paul's College, Shaw L'niversity and Livingstone 
College. We anticipate thousands of spectators at each o( these home games. That will 
translate into grander reunions, increased school spirit, championship games, and the 
recollection of old memories and the creation of new ones. 

By your attendance today, you are part of the renewal-and this is just the beginning. I don't 
know about you, but I'm ready for some football! 

With kindest regards, 

Dianne Boardley Suber, President 



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Welcome Ivllow lalcons! 



St. Aug h;is embarked on an athletic adventure beneficial to facult\-, statY, alumni, 
students and our community. The rewards from the reinstatement ot ff)()tball at our 
college are coundess. \\"e have the opportunit\ to educate, train and mentor additional 
males via the football program. 

iNhchael Costa, head football coach, is dedicated to developing disciplined students and 
athletes. He is building a firm toimdatir)n for our program with an und\ing love for 
mentoring, exemplar\ knowledge ot the game and appreciation for the Saint Augustine's 
College famih'. 

This is a vear of celebradon for athledcs at Saint Augustine's College and a time of 
thanksgiving. Thank \'ou for your continued support. See you on the 50-yard line! 



Georee D. Williams 



1 3 1 5 C )akwood Ave. Raleigh, NC 276 1 

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Opponent 


Location 


Time 


August 3 1 


Edward Waters College 


Jacksonville, Florida 


1 .00 p.m. 


September 7 


Fayetteville State University 


Fayetteville, NC 


7:30 p.m. 


September 14 


Mars Hills College 


Mars Hill, NC 


1:30 p.m. 


September 21 


Bowie State University 


Raleigh, NC 


1:30 p.m. 


September 28 


Virginia State University 


Petersburg, VA 


6:30 p.m. 


October 5 


N.C. Central University 


Raleigh, NC 


1:30 p.m. 


October 12 


OPEN 






October 19 


St. Paul's College** 


Raleigh, NC 


1:30 p.m. 


October 26 


Shaw University 


Raleigh, NC 


1:30 p.m. 


November 2 


Elizabeth City State University 


Elizabeth City, NC 


1:30 p.m. 


November 9 


Livingstone College 


Raleigh, NC 


1:30 p.m. 


November 23 


CIAA Championships 

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Home games are in bold. 




Home 


games are played at Lenbauer Stadium, E 


nloe High School, Raleigh. 



Did You Know? 

• Saint Augustine's College Football began 
CIAA conference plav in 1934. 

• President fames A. Boj'er served as an 
Assistant Coach. 



• George H. Mitchell was 
the first Head I'ootball 
Coach. 

• Russel Blount, age 93, is 
the oldest living Falcon 
coach. 



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player trom Saint Augustine's College to play 
in the NFL. He pla^■ed Defensive End for the 
Oakland Raiders from 1965-1969. 



• Offensive Tackle Herman 
Reid was a first-round draft 
pick of the Baltimore Colts 
in 1967. 



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The team originallv was 
called the Fighting Saints and then the Saint 
Augustine's College Horses. In 1948, the 
name ot the team changed to the Saint 
Augustine's CoUege Falcons. 

The highlight ot the football season was the 
Saint Augustine's College vs. Shaw Universitv 
game know as the Turkey Da^■ Classic at 
Chavis Park played on Thanksgiving Da\ 
each November. 

Isaac "Bit: T" Lassiter was the first football 



• ( -iting finances, the 
college ended the program 
in 1965-1966 academic 
year. 



• 'llie last football team fielded 35 players. 

• The last coaches were Jacob Bentiey, Jesse 
(dements, and Earl Curry. The Falcons ended 
their season with a record of 6-1-1. 

• In October 20(11, President Dianne Boardle\- 
Suber announced the reinstitution of tootbaU 
at the college. 

• August 31, 2002 marked the falcon's first 
football jjame in 37 years. 




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1-Artis Brown 

Miami, FL 




5-Duane Smith 

Temple Hill, MD 




9-Dandre Williams 

Garysburg, NC 




13-Rashad Wilson 

Charlotte, NC 




2-Andre Brown 

Miami, FL 




6-Jay Chapman 

Washington, DC 




10-Kyle Franklin 

Hampton, VA 




14-Patrick Crudup 

Wake Forest, NC 




3-Donte Lane 

Brooklyn, NY 



7-Corey Miller 

Tampa, FL 




4-Darren Peterson 

Raleigh, NC 





8-Alphonso McKibbons 

Atlanta, GA 





11-Arthur Lemon 

Raleigh, NC 



12-DeArdrey Jenkins 

Clinton, MD 





15-Thomas Hastye 

Greensboro, NC 



16-Kendrick Brooks 

Jacksonville, NC 



Saint Augustine's College Falcons 




17-Jeremy Blunt 

Hampton, VA 




22-Kevin Moody 

Lumberton, NC 




28-Kendrick Quick 

Augusta, GA 




33-Johnson Saintilien 

Miami, FL 




19-Harold Thomas 

Washington, DC 




24-Nicholas Smoot 

Cincinnati, OH 




29-Kirby Williams 

High Point, NC 




35-Kevin Perry 

Mitchellville, IVID 




20-Kevin Jones 

South Hill, VA 




25-Renauldo Milliard 

Goldsboro, NC 




31-Michael Dixon 

Hampton, VA 




36-Jason Hall 

Hampton, VA 




21-Sintell Crew 

Williamsburg, VA 




26-Marlin Ellis 

Hampton, VA 




32-Rashad Bridges 

Winston-Salem, NC 




37-Marcus Johnson 

Washington, DC 



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Washington, DC Raleigh, NC 




48-Quintell Williams 

Miami, FL 



50-Nathan McMilliam 

Marston, NC 






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44-Sammie Jenkins 

Disthct Heights, MD 



45-Tyrone Pettaway 

Newport News, VA 




51-Nervin Dedeaux 

Fayetteville. NC 



53-Tiayea Culbreth 

Bethel, NC 




55-Willie Daniels 

Winston-Salem, NC 



56-John Shuler 57-Marcus Montgomery 

Durham, NC Oxon Hill, MD 



58-James Jones 

Washington, DC 






61 -George Strayhorn 

Trenton, NJ 



64-Michael Morle 

Hartford, CT 



65-Thomas Allen 

Detroit, Ml 



66-Jerry Bennett 

Greenville, NC 



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67-Floyd Braxton 

Hampton, VA 




75-Calvin Frazier 

Camden, NJ 




80-John Bond 

Cherry Hill, NJ 




88-Delvin Peterson 

Raleigh, NC 




69-James Richardson 

Durham, NC 




74-Phillip Morgan 

Raleigh, NC 




83-Andre McGlone 

Hampton, VA 




90-Darren Taylor 

Trenton, NJ 




71-Rashid Alston 

Fremont, NC 




77-Charles Bowen 

Rocky Mount, NC 




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Detroit, Ml 




78-Jeremy Walden 

Chesapeake, VA 




85-Marcus Bey 

Providence Forge, VA 



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Edward Bass 
Tim Moffette 
Darien Robinson 



86-Fablen Moore 

Brooklyn, NY 



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No. 


Name 


Position 


Height 


Weight 


Hometown 


^R 


65 


AllL-n, Thom-.is 


OL 


6'4" 


34(1 


Detroit, MI 


SO 


71 


Alston, Rashid 


DL 


6'0" 


320 


Fremont, NC 


FR 


41 


Amanchukuw, John 


TH 


6'5" 


250 


Raleigh, NC 


FR 


81 


Bass, Edward 


WR 


6'4" 


190 


Newport News, VA 


FR 


66 


Bennett, Jerry 


OL 


6'2" 


350 


GreenviUe, NC 


JR 


85 


Bev, Marcus 


TE 


6'5" 


220 


Providence Forge, VA 


SO 


17 


Blunt, ]ercmv 


LB 


6'0" 


200 


Hampton, VA 


FR 


8(1 


Bond ]r., |ohn 


WR 


5'9" 


vs 


Cherry Hill, NJ 


1 R 


77 


Bowens, Charles 


OL 


6' 1(1" 


315 


Rock\' Mount, NC 


SO 


67 


Braxton, Floyd 


OL 


6'2" 


280 


Hampton, \'A 


FR 


32 


Bridges, Rashad 


RB 


5'9" 


180 


Winston-Salem, NC 


SO 


16 


Brooks, Kendrick 


QB 


6'0" 


200 


lacksonviUc, NC 


FR 


1 


Brown, Artis 


W'R 


5'9" 


160 


Miami, FL 


SO 


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lirown, Andre 


WR 


5'9" 


160 


Miami, FL 


SO 


6 


C^hapman, |ay 


WR 


6'2" 


215 


Wasliington, DC 


SO 


2! 


Crew, Sintell 


DB 


6'2" 


175 


Williamsburg, VA 


FR 


14 


Oudup, Patrick 


QB 


6'1" 


210 


Wake Forest, NC 


FR 


53 


Cailbreth, Tiayea 


LB 


5'9" 


215 


Bethel. NC 


SO 


55 


Daniels, Willie 


LB 


6'0" 


225 


Winston-Salem, NC 


FR 


51 


Dedeaux, Nervin 


LB 


6'0" 


225 


Fayette ville, NC 


FR 


31 


Dixon, Michael 


DB 


5'11" 


195 


Hampton, VA 


FR 


41) 


Hllerbe, Montreal 


RB 


5'8" 


210 


Washington, DC 


FR 


26 


Kills, MarLin 


DB 


5'11" 


195 


Hampton, VA 


FR 


10 


Franklin, Kyle 


QB 


6'3" 


200 


Hampton, VA 


FR 


75 


I-razier, Cah'in 


OL 


6'3" 


280 


(Camden, N| 


FR 


36 


Hall, |ason 


LB 


6'2" 


195 


Hampton, VA 


FR 


15 


Hast\e, Thomas 


QB 


6'1" 


195 


Greensboro, NC 


FR 


25 


Milliard, Renauldo 


LB 


5' 1 1 " 


170 


Goldsboro, NC 


FR 


12 


Icnkins, DeArdrev 


WR 


6'2" 


180 


Clinton, MD 


FR 


44 


Jenkins, Sammie 


LB 


6'1" 


220 


District Heights, MD 


SO 


37 


lohnson, Marcus 


RB 


5'9" 


200 


Washington, DC 


SO 


58 


Jones, James 


LB/SS 


5'8" 


210 


Washington, DC 


FR 


2(1 


Jones, Kevin 


LB/SS 


6'3" 


195 


South Hill, N'A 


FR 


3 


Lane, Donte 


LB 


6'3" 


220 


Brookhn, NY 


SR 


11 


Lemon, Arthur 


Kicker 


6'1" 


215 


Raleigh, NC 


SO 


83 


McGlone, Andre 


WR 


6'3" 


200 


Hampton, VA 


FR 


8 


McKibbons, Alphf)nso 


SR 


5'10" 


165 


Adanta, GA 


FR 


50 


McMillan, Nathan 


OL 


6'1" 


260 


Marston, NC 


SO 


7 


Miller, Corey 


DB 


5'11" 


180 


Tampa, FL 


SO 


23 


Moffette, Tim 


LB 


6'1" 


235 


Laurel, MS 


SO 


57 


Montgomcrv, Marcus 


RB 


S'll" 


200 


Oxon Mill, xMD 


FR 


22 


Moody, Kevin 


DB 


5'9" 


170 


Lumberton, NC 


SO 


86 


Moore, Fabian 


WR 


6'1" 


185 


Brooklyn, NY 


SO 


65 


Morgan, Phillip 


OL 


6'2" 


295 


Raleigh, NC 


FR 


64 


Morle, Michael 


OL 


6'2" 


270 


Hartford, CT 


FR 


72 


Norman III, lames 


OL 


S'll" 


240 


Detroit, MI 


FR 


35 


Perry, Kevin 


LB 


5'11" 


215 


Mitchellville, MD 


FR 


4 


Peterson, Darren 


DB 


6'!" 


200 


Raleigh, NC 


JR 


88 


Peterson, Delvin 


Punter 


6'2" 


220 


Raleigh. NC 


JR 


45 


Pcttaway, T\ rone 


DL 


6'3" 


220 


New^port News, VA 


FR 


28 


Quick, Kendrick 


RB 


5'11" 


175 


Augusta, GA 


SO 



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Pes 


Ht 


Wt 


HomctowTi 


YR 


69 


Richardson, |amcs 


DI. 


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215 


Durham, N(; 


SO 


34 


Robinson, Daricn 


RB 


5' 1 1 " 


2(10 


Collc.nc Park, CA 


|R 


33 


Saintilien, ]olin 


LB 


6'(l" 


220 


Miami, FL 


so 


56 


SliLiIcr, ]ohnnv 


Dl. 


6'2" 


280 


Durham, NC 


so 


5 


Smith, Duane 


()B 


5'8" 


16(1 


Temple Hills, .\1D 


FR 


24 


Smoot, Nicholas 


DB 


6'2" 


215 


(jncinnati, C )t 1 


so 


61 


Stra)-horn, George 


Dl. 


(.'I" 


28(.l 


Trenton, N) 


so 


90 


Taylor, Darren 


Dl. 


6'4" 


275 


Belha\-en, NC 


so 


19 


Thomas, Harold 


I.B 


(,'2" 


220 


Washington, DC 


)R 


78 


Waldcn, |urem\- 


Dl, 


6'3" 


260 


Chesapeake, \'A 


FR 


9 


Williams, Dandre 


\\R 


C'd" 


170 


Ciarvsburg, NC 


so 


29 


XX'iliiams, Kirb\- 


TB 


5' ID" 


170 


High Point, NC 


FR 


48 


Williams, Quintell 


FB/L 


S5'9" 


215 


Miami, FL 


FR 


13 


Wilson, Rashad 


DB 


6'2" 


175 


Chariotte, NC 


FR 





2002 CIAA Football 




Pre-Season Ranking 


1. 


\X'inston-Salem State University' 


2. 


Virginia Union University 


3. 


Bowie State Universit\' 


4. 


Favetteville State Universit\' 


5. 


North Carolina Central Uni\-ersitv 


6. 


Virginia State University 


7. 


Elizabeth Citv State Universit\r 


8. 


Johnson C. Smith Universit}' 


9. 


Livingstone College 


10. 


Saint Augustine's College 



Numerical Roster 

No. Name Pos. 

1 Brown, Artis WR 

2 Brown, Andre WR 

3 Lane, Donte LB 

4 Peterson, Darren DB 

5 Smith, Duane QB 

6 Chapman, Jay WR 

7 Miller. Corey DB 

8 McKibbons, Alphonso . . . . SR 

9 Williams, Dandre WR 

10 Franklin, Kyle QB 

11 Lemon, Arthur Kicker 

12 Jenkins, DeArdrey WR 

13 Wilson, Rashad DB 

14 Crudup, Patrick QB 

15 Hastye, Thomas QB 

16 Brooks, Kendrick QB 

17 Blunt, Jeremy LB 

19 Thomas, Harold LB 

20 Jones, Kevin LB/SS 

21 Crew, Sintell DB 

22 Moody, Kevin DB 

23 Moffette, Tim LB 

24 Smoot, Nicholas DB 

25 Hilliard, Renauldo LB 

26 Ellis, Mariin DB 

28 Quick, Kendrick RB 

29 Williams, Kirby TB 

31 Dixon, Michael DB 

32 Bridges, Rashad RB 

33 Saintilien, John LB 

34 Robinson, Dahen RB 

35 Perry, Kevin LB 

36 Hall, Jason LB 

37 Johnson, Marcus RB 

40 Ellerbe, Montreal RB 

41 Amanchukuw, John TE 

44 Jenkins, Sammie LB 

45 Pettaway, Tyrone DL 

48 Williams, Quintell FB/LS 

50 McMillan, Nathan OL 

51 Dedeaux, Nervin LB 

53 Culbreth, Tiayea LB 

55 Daniels, Willie LB 

56 Shuler, Johnny DL 

57 Montgomery, Marcus . . . . RB 

58 Jones, James LB/SS 

61 Strayhorn, George DL 

64 Merle, Michael OL 

65 Allen, Thomas OL 

66 Bennett, Jerry OL 

67 Braxton, Floyd OL 

69 Richardson, James DL 

71 Alston, Rashid DL 

72 Norman III, James OL 

74 Morgan, Phillip OL 

75 Frazier, Calvin OL 

77 Bowens, Chades OL 

78 Walden, Jeremy DL 

80 Bond Jr, John WR 

1 Bass, Edward WR 

83 McGlone, Andre WR 

85 Bey, Marcus TE 

86 Moore, Fabian WR 

Peterson, Delvin Punter 

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Name 


Pl)S. 


Hst. 


Ws-t. 


(1. 


Hometown 


1 


Donald \V:iIkins 


LB 


6' 4" 


230 


JR 


Hampton. V.A 


-} 


Kevin Jackson 


QB 


6' 2' 


188 


FR 


Miami. FL 


3 


David Melton 


QB 


6- 1" 


198 


SO 


Chesterfleld. SC 


4 


Obadiah Johnson 


LB 


6- 3" 


225 


JR 


Tuskegee. AL 


6 


Marcus Owens 


DB 


6- 2" 


185 


JR 


Minneapolis. MN 


7 


Antoine Smith 


WR 


6' 4" 


215 


JR 


Winston-Salem. NC 


8/30 


Lamantee Stephens 


FB 


6-2" 


230 


JR 


Winston-Salem. NC 


9 


Traniond Cobb 


DB 


6'2" 


190 


JR 


Winston-Salem. NC 


II 


Jason Ocean 


LB 


5' 11" 


220 


JR 


Clio, SC 


12 


Joel Ward. Jr 


QB 


5" 10" 


175 


JR 


Fayetteville, NC 


14 


Scott McCriniinon 


QB 


6-2" 


225 


JR 


Charlotte. NC 


15 


Ibrahim Bah 


K 


5- 7" 


150 


SO 


Atlanta. GA 


16 


Carlton Ellis 


DB 


6' 1" 


1X5 


JR 


Smyrna. GA 


IS 


Adam Elam 


DB 


5' 10" 


185 


SO 


Daytona Beach. FL 


20 


Franklin Rhames 


DB 


5' 8" 


170 


JR 


Wilmington. NC 


-IT 


Patrick Pope 


RB 


5-9" 


165 


FR 


Atlanta. GA 


23 


Timothv Fields 


DB 


5' 11" 


179 


SR 


Mt. Vernon, NY 


24 


Efrim Floyd 


TB 


5' 10" 


170 


FR 


Orangeburg. SC 


25 


Sonji Mason 


RB 


5" 11" 


190 


SR 


Catawba. NC 


27 


Sanchez Givens 


RB 


5' 6" 


185 


FR 


Charlotte. NC 


29 


Lance Edmonds 


DB 


5" 9" 


170 


SO 


Oxford. NC 


31 


Damion Montgomery 


DB 


6' 2" 


195 


JR 


Columbia. SC 


33 


Robert Jordan 


FB 


5' 11" 


236 


JR 


Sumter. SC 


34 


Shannon Odom 


LB 


5' 7" 


183 


FR 


Charlotte, NC 


37 


Russell Paytcin 


WR 


5' 9" 


175 


SO 


Stafford, VA 


38 


Lakcith Long 




6' 9" 


175 


FR 


Charlotte, NC 


40 


Tyron Brown 


\\K 


5' 9" 


185 


FR 


Raleigh, NC 


42 


James Allen 


WR 


S' 7" 


147 


FR 


Clinton, NC 


42 


Jonathan Diggs 


TB 


5' 10" 


212 


FR 


Salisbury, NC 


45 


Hakim Pearce 


RB 


5' 11" 


215 


FR 


Brooklyn, NY 


46 


Patrick Wright 


TB 


6- 1" 


200 


SO 


Louisburg. NC 


47 


Corbey Jones 


RB 


5' 10" 


170 


FR 


Stalesville. NC 


50 


Benjamin Bennett 


DB 


5' 10" 


202 


JR 


Summerton, SC 


51 


Jeremy Stephens 


LB 


6'2" 


215 


JR 


Columbia, SC 


53 


Marcus Whitley 


DT 


5- 10" 


244 


FR 


Panama City, FL 


55 


Omar Middlcton 


LB 


6-0" 


220 


SO 


Charleston, SC 


56 


Ronald Clark 


LB 


5' 9" 


205 


JR 


Statesville. NC 


61 


Brian Dalton 


OL 


6' 1" 


308 


JR 


Greensboro. NC 


66 


Dequincey Smith 


OL 


6' 2" 


280 


SO 


Santee. SC 


68 


Anthonv Russell 


DL 










69 


DeForrest Svsoope. Jr. 


OU 


6- 2" 


290 


FR 


Fort Pierce. FL 


70 


Demeer Gary 


OL 


5-9" 


260 


FR 


Witakers. NC 


73 


Naiquon Thompson 


DL 


6' 2" 


258 


FR 


Huger. SC 


75 


Frederick Davis 


OL 


6-0" 


318 


FR 


Clinton. NC 


76 


Damoin Parsons 


C 


6'0" 


280 


SO 


Wadesboro, NC 


77 


Justin Thomas 


OL 


6' 3" 


270 


FR 


Jonesville. SC 


78 


Richard Robinson 


OT 


6-4" 


360 


SO 


Charlotte, NC 


79 


Taurus Covington 


DE 


6'2" 


246 


JR 


Clio, SC 


80 


Jauron Holman 


WR 


5- 10" 


168 


JR 


Burlington. NC 


SI 


Ale.x Brown 


WR 


6' 2" 


179 


FR 


Hodge, LA 


82 


Reginald Alston 


TE 


<V 1" 


230 


JR 


Wilmington, NC 


83 


Renaldo McFalling 


WR 


5- 11" 


150 


FR 


Miami, FL 


86 


Nigia Dawkins 


WR 


6' 1" 


185 


FR 


Gaffney, SC 


89 


Chris Jeter 


WR 


5" 9" 


173 


FR 


Jonesville, SC 


90 


Donald Haynesworth 


DE 


6' 4" 


263 


SO 


Greensboro, NC 


92 


Demetres Rudolph 


DE 


6' 2 


244 


SR 


Virginia Beach, VA 


95 


Travis Wells 


DT 


6' 3" 


270 


JR 


Stafford, VA 


97 


Albert JelYerson 


DE 


6-1" 


255 


SO 


Pinewood, SC 


99 


Brad Wells 


DL 


6-8" 


316 


SR 


St. Stephens, SC 




LaGrand Andrews 


RB 


5' 10 


183 


FR 


Salisbury, NC 




Evan Andry 


LB 


5' 10" 


232 


FR 


Birmingham, AL 




Darryl Brown 


LB 


6'0" 


175 


FR 


Salisbury, NC 




Bryant Cobbs 


DB 


5- 11" 


173 


SO 


Lexington, NC 




Dantae Crowder 


WR 


5' 10" 


185 


SO 


Virginia Beach, VA 




Millard Earl 


DB 


5" 11" 


174 


SO 


.Anderson. SC 




William Evans 


RB 


5' 10" 


185 


FR 


Spanaway. WA 




Randie Glover 


LB 


5' 9" 


208 


FR 


Charlotte. NC 




Xavier McGraw 


RB 


5-9" 


167 


FR 


Greenwood. SC 




Santana Loudermilk 


DB 


5' 11" 


185 


SO 


Fayetteville. NC 




Franklin Lyons 


FS 


6'0" 


200 


FR 


W. Monroe. LA 




Carlton Parker 


WR 


6-0" 


180 


FR 


Halifax, NC 




Daniel Ricks 


OLB 


5' 9" 


209 


SO 


Deerlield Beach, FL 




Leander Webb 


WR 


6' 2" 


208 


JR 


Great Mills, MD 


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()\cr the past 2 ''2 years, under the leadership of Dianne BoartlleN' 
Suber, this administraticin be_<;an implementation of an ambitions 
tive-year plan designed to increase enrollment; maintain academic 
excellence; expand academic opportunities for nontraditional 
students and attract and retain e]Lialitv taculr^-. 

We continue to institute programs and acdvities that enhance the 
overall qualirj' of smdent lite; develop and maintain strong 
relarionships with the college's extended communjt\"; and enstire an 
uiiMelding stainlaixl ot excellence in e\erv endeavor the college 
undertakes. 

The tollowing is a brief recap of some of the current initiatives 
that the administration, faculty- and staff of Saint Augustine's 
(College have undertaken since F\'2()(K) to continue the mission set 
forth bv our founders: 

• I'unding ot sponsored program and research grants has increased dramaucally. More than SB million in 
grants and awards from organizations such as the National Science Foundation and National Institutes 
of Health and the U.S. Department of Health and 1 luman Services have helped to strengthen the 
college's academic offerings, support science and technologv programs; promote research in the 
biomedical and behavioral sciences, and increase partnerships within the greater communitv. 

• (Computer lalis have been installed and/or updated in the Library, the Bo\-er Education Building, the 
Cheshire building, and the Student Development Center Laboratorv. 

• The l,ibrar\ has been expanded and updated, and more than S13U,U()() has been invested in the purchase 
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• Fixtensive renovations to manv ot I he buildings, residence halls and grounds have enhanced the campus. 

• .Major campus upgrades to enhance student lite include new furnishings in the residence halls, the 
complete renovation of Pimery Gymnasium, and an upgrade of the Martin Luther King, ]r. Student 
Union. Also, a Student Living & Learning Center funded bv a S2.5 million National Science Foundation 
grant provides for the designation of a floor in one of the women's and one of the men's residence 
halls for science, computer science, and math majors. Students living on these designated tloors ha\e 
access to tutorial services and computers located in their residence hall and a laboratory in the science 
building. 

• The kickott ot our 135th Founders Celebration resulted in a record-breaking 5130,000, and a pledge 
trom Dr. Maya Angelou to "adopt" Saint Augustine's College and bring her considerable talents to bear 
to advance the college's mission and gcjals. 

• ,\lumni, corporate and foundation giving is on the rise as major donors recognize the College's 
potennal. Among the major contributions received are a $750,000 gift from teh Belk Foundationto build 
out the institution's track and field complex and a $50(1,000 gift from Wachovia Foundation for 
scholarships and capital improvements. 

• File college, together with Drucker & balk's Senior Living Division and Winston-Salem based 
Diversified Senior Services has entered preliminary negotiations to establish a Senior Retirement Village 
on the Saint Augustine's College campus and is seeking HUD funds to support the effort. The planned 
first phase of the development will incorporate 140 units of independent living apartments and 60 units 
of assisted living. The proposed $15 million pn)ject will be situated on about 8 acres in the northwest 
corner of Saint Augustine's College's 105 acre campus. 



Saint Augustine's College Falcons 






George "Pup" Williams 



Recently selected as the U.S. Ohmpic Men's Head Track Coach 
for the 2004 Summer Games in Athens, Coach Williams is well 
known tor buildinu; a track and field dynasty at Saint Augustine's 
College. 

As Head Track and Field (^oach tor both men and women at the 
Colleee, Williams's teams have broutrht 24 N(].AA Track and Meld 
Championships to the College and produced se\eral world-class athletes. Three ot his athletes 
won gold medals at the 2000 Olympic games in S\'dney, Australia: Kenny Brokenburr ('93) in the 
4x100 meter relay anci Antonio Pettigrew ('93) and )erome Young ('00) in the 4x100 meter relay. 
Other Saint Augusdne's College athletes coached by Williams who competed in the 2000 
Olympics were: Gabriel Burnett ('00) who represented BarbadtfS in the men's 1 10-meter high 
hurdles; Karlene Haughton ('96) who represented (Canada in the 4x400-meter relay; hlorencia 
Hunt ('00) who represented Netherlands Antilles in the women's 800 meters; and Tan\a Oxlei,' 
('02) represented Barbados in the women's 400 meters and 4x400-meter relay. 





Williams continues to coach several ot t()da\'s top professional runners, including 400-meter 
competitors Michele Collins who finished second at the 2002 LIS. Championships and LaTasha 
Colander-Richardson, a 2000 gold medalist in the 1,600-meter relay. 

Williams's influence as teacher-mentor extended to the coaching ranks of the 2000 ( )l\mpic 
Summer Games. Two of his former students served as coaches for several Olympic athletes. 
Alumni Trevor Graham ('89) of the Durham Striders and John Burks ('90) of Sprint Capitol 
served as coaches tor athletes such as Marion Jones, Tim Montgomery, Kennv Brokenburr, 
Antonio Pettigrew, and |crome Young. (loach Williams other international experiences include 
serving as head coach of men's track and field at the 1999 World Championships in Seville, Spain 
and assistant coach men's track and field at the 1996 Olympic Summer Games in Atlanta, 
Georgia. 

Coach Williams can boast of the successes of his athletes off the track as well. Not onh' has 
Saint Augustine's College produced numerous world-class athletes, but the College maintains a 
95% graduation rate among scholarship athletes coached by Williams. 

Williams is the recipient of more than 90 National Coach of the Year honors. In February, 2002, 
he was inducted into the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Hall of Fame. A faithful 
Falcon, Williams ('65) has served his alma mater in a variety of positions since 1968, including 
director of alumni affairs, admissions counselor, director of student activities, and head 
basketball coach. Since 1976, WiUiams has been the indoor and outdoor track and field coach for 
men and women at the college. He became the College's Athletic Director in 1996. 

Coach Williams is married to the former Olivia Hardy, and they have one daughter Crystal. 



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Michael E. Costa 

Coach Michael Costa comes to Saint Aus^usdne's 
College with an outstanding record in recruiting, 
training and motivating student athletes, f ie is '^' 
committed to high qualit)- education and to the 
professional growth and development of students 
Costa brings to the College extensi^■e experience as ■; 
college and high school fo,,thall coach and teacher. 

This is Costa's second opp,,rtumtv as a head football 
coach on the college level. He previouslv served as 
head tootball coach at Cheynev Unuersit\ of 
Penns\-Ivania. Costa's coaching career began at 
Wilmington High School in WlImln^rt„^^Dela^^•are 
where he ser^•ed as an assistant coach for both 
football and basketball, and as the head track each. 

Prior t,. taking on the challenge of putnng a football 
program in place at Saint Augustine's, Costa served 
as Defensive Coordinator/Recruiting/Secondarv 
Coach, and as an Instructor of Ph\sical Education at 
Elizabeth Cit\- State LTnn'ersit\-. His cnhcr collegiate 
coaching experiences include serving as defensive 
coordinator and secondary coach at Hampton 
Unn-ersit\' and defensive coordinator at N'irginia 
Union. Costa served as a defensi^■e coordinator at 
Miami Central High School in Florida. 

Cost.i has participated in t^vo NFL Minontv 
fellowship Programs, with the New Wn-k Jets and 
the Washington Redskins. In both programs, he 
worked with the linebackers. 

"Putting the teams back on the field is going to be 
good for the cit^- of Raleigh. College football isn't 
usually described as a municipal tome, but in this 
case ,t will be. Raleigh will be a better sports t,m n 
and Its communit^' life xvill be richer because these 
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Birthplace 

Queens, New York 

Family 

U i/k Cassondra 

CliMr/r. Michael HI and Alyse Nicole 

Education 

Graduate School 

C/jcy/iej Unmnity of Pennsy/vamci 
Master of Education (Educational 
Administration) 

West Chester Unmrsity of Pemisylvama 
Master of Education (Health and 
Physical Education) 

Undergraduate 

Norfolk State College (now University) 
Bachelor of Science (Health and 
Physical Education and Driver's 
Education) 

Coaching Experience: 

(1972-83) Wilmington High School 
(1983-90) Cheyney University of 

Pennsylvania 
(1990-92) Virginia Union Universit]' 
(1992-96) Hampton Universit)' 
(1997-98) Miami Centra] High School 
(1998-01) Elizabeth Cit;' State Universit)' 
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Mister Askew 

Sfiriiofh/ C.oiid/lioii/iio Coordiihitar 
c~ ¥jiniiiii«^ Bt/cks 

Coach Askew ser\'ed as a 

student assistant ctiach at 

Elizabeth Cit\- State L'ni\ersit\- 

during the 2000-2001 season. 

He has experience working in 

professional football for the arena football 

team the Carolina Rhinos in 2(100. 

Coach Askew attended .Mabama A&M before 
transferring to Elizabeth C'ny State L'niversit\ 
where he received a degree in Business 
Administration and lettered in football. 

A native of Lincoln Heights in Cincinnati, 
Ohio, he attended Forest Park/W'inton Woods 
High School and lettered tour \ears in football 
and track. 



William Frizzelle 

IJ/lehiifkiTS 

With 10 years of NFL experience under his 
belt. Coach Frizzelle is a specialist on defense. 
He has plaved defensive back for the Detroit 
Lions (1984-85), Philadelphia Eagles (1986-90, 
1993-94), and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
(1991-92). 

At the completion of his pro football career, 
Coach Frizzelle became an entrepreneur and 
opened his own plumbing business. He has 
served as a consultant for the Durham Storm, 
a semi-pro football team, and hosted the 
Michael ]ordan Golf (Celebrity Classic. Ojach 
Frizzelle assists at numenjus foc^tball camps 
and coaches basketball and soccer at the 
Raleigh \'MCA. 

He is a graduate of North Carolina Central 
University,', where he received a Bachelor of 
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Spi'diil Yecvi/s Coontliiii/nr/ 
Wide Kece/rers 

ScIccIclI m the se\'enth 
round <if the 1987 NFL 
draft b\ the San Diego 
Chargers (1987-89), Coach 
1 lolland carved out a seven- 
\ear professional football career. Acquired b\ 
the Los Angeles Raiders (1990-91), Holland 
played in the 1991 AFC Championship and 
then signed with the Cleveland Browns 
(1992). Hollantl completed his pro career in 
the Canadian Football Ix-ague pla\ing for the 
Saskatchewan Roughriders (1995) and the 
Winnipeg Bluebombers (1994-95). 

C]oach Holland received a Bachelor of 
Science degree in Recreation Education from 
The Ohio State LIniversit}' and an Associate 
in Education degree from Butier Counts' 
Communit\' College in Kansas. A Raleigh 
native, he was an All-State Running Back at 
Wake Forest-Roles\ille High School in Wake 
Forest. 

Matthew Montgomery 

' 'ifji'iis'm Coordiihitoii 
Q/kiiieiihicks 

( "oach Montgomery 
brings the Falcons a 
combination of coaching 
and counseling experience. 
He recently served as 
assistant football coach at T.L. Hanna High 
School and as an elementar\' school teacher 
in Anderson, South Carolina. Montgomery 
was an assistant football coach at Mt:)rris 
Brown College and a student assistant coach 
at Hampton Lniversitv. 

Coach Montgomery graduated from 
I lampton University with a Bachelor of 
Science degree in Physical Education and 
from Clark Atlanta L^niversity with a Master 
of Arts degree in Counseling. 




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Lamont Robinson 

Defensive U//e 

\\ ith milit.ir\, tcichiiiL!;, coachinL!;, ami semi-pro football experience. Coach 
Rolimson hnn^s a balanced mix of talent to the coachint^ staff 

1 le serxeil in the L nited States Nav\' tollowmg high school graduation. 
Alterwartls, he attended Prince George's Communit\' College and then transferred to Salisbtir\' 
State University, both in Mar\ land . While at SSU, he was a four-vear letterman with the Seagulls 
football team, pla\ing first as a wide recei\er and two \cars as a defensive end. 

( jiach Robinson, who holds a B.A. in Education, taught high school and ser\'ed as head junior 
varsitv h)otball coach and an assistant varsit\' football coach at Amelia County High School in 
Virginia. Coach Robinson played for the Mason-Dixon semi-pro football team the) Richmond 
Ravens. In addition to serving as a coach tor the Falcons, Robinson teaches at SPARC Academy 
m Raleigh. 

Coach Larry Vaughn 

Offi'iish'e IJiic 

(j)ach X'aughn ser\etl as an assistant coach tor the 2(101 X'lrginia 1 ligh School 
football League (Champions at Phoebus High School. He also assisted in 
coaching the junior varsit\' team to an undefeated season. 

A Hampton L'ni\ersitv graduate. Coach \'aughn received a Bachelor of 
Science degree in sociolog\-. While at Hampton, Coach Vaughn was an 
ottensive lineman and guard whose numerous awards included Best Lineman and MFLVC 
Lineman of the Week. A native of Hampton, Virginia, Vaughn attended Phoebus High School 
where he participated in tootball, track, and wrestling. 





Coach Andre Waters 

Defeiisire Coordiiintor/ Secondary Coach 

A 14-vear veteran of the NI'L, Coach Waters pla\ed detensi\e back tor the 
Philadelphia I'agles (1984-94) and the Arizona Cardinals (1994-96). After 
ending a successful NFL career. Waters served as a secondary coach for 
Morgan State L'niversir\- and the L'niversit)- of South Florida respectively. He 
joined Wharton High School in Tampa, Florida as an assistant coach/defensi\ e 
coordinator before accepting the position of assistant coach at Alabama State L'niversip,'. 

Coach Waters received an undergraduate degree in Business Administration trom Che\ne\- 
Lniversit\' of Penns\l\ ania. 

A native of Pahokee, Florida, he was recently elected to the Palm Beach (]ount\- Hall of Fame. 
For many years. Coach Waters lectured on the importance of education and has participated in 
the national and local "Sav No to Drugs" campaign. 



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University 

President Dianne Boardley Suber 

Office: (919) 516^4201 • Fax: (919) 828-0817 

Director of College Relations . . Crystal Sadler 

Office: (919) 516-4190 • Fax: (919) 516-5087 

E-mail: cvsadler(a)st-aug.cdu 

Atliietic Support Staff 

Athletic Director George Williams 

Office: (919) 516-4236 • Fax: (919) 828-9731 
E-mail: g\villiams@,st-aug.edu 

Sports Information Director . . OraUa Washington 
Office: (919) 516-4174* Fax: (919) 828-9731 

Senior Women's Administrator . Doris Bullock 

Office: (919) 516-4240 • Fax: (919) 828-9731 

E-mail: dibullc )ck(S)st-aug.edu 

Chief Financial Officer Roger McLean 

Office: (919) 516-4127 • Fax: (919) 516-5812 
E-mail: rmclean(a),st-aug.edu 

Compliance Officer Leon T. Carrington 

Office: (919) 516-4174 • Fax: (919) 828-9731 
E-mail: lcarrington@st-aug.edu 

Faculty' Athletic Chair Richard Moore 

Office: (919) 516-4136 • Fax: (919) 828-9731 
E-mail: rmoore(a)st-aug.edu 



1 lead Athletic Trainer \-A Antoszevvski 

Cell Phone: (919) 593-3055 

Director of Alumni Relations. . . Makeba Jackson 

Office: (919) 516-4023 • Fax: (919) 516-5087 

E-mail: mliackson(a)st-aug.edu 

Dean of Enrollment Management and 

Director of Financial Aid Wanda White 

Office: (919) 516-4131 • Fax: (919) 516- 
E-mail: wwhite(a)st-aug.edu 

Admissions Director Tim Chapman 

Office: (919) 516-4012 • Fax: (919) 516-5085 
E-mail: tchapman(ajst-aug.edu 

Registrar Ann Brown 

Office: (919) 516-4363 • Fax: (919) 828-9731 
E-mail: abrown(a),st-aug.edu 

Cheerleader Coach Ann Brown 

Office: (919) 516-4363 • Fax: (919) 828-9731 
E-mail: abrown(g),st-aug.edu 

Pep Band Director Harold Jeffries 

Office: (919) 516-4129 • Fax: (919) 516-4338 
E-mail: hjeffries(§Jst-aug.edu 



Volunteer Coach 

Tim (Chapman 

Trainer Assistant 

Christine 1 linse\ 

Managers 

Sharmavne McLean 
Stephanie Wise 
Brandi Snecd 

Stats 

Destiny Johnson 

Equipment Manager 

Kevin Armstrong 
1effer\' Shaw (Asst.) 

Film 

Glenn Faison 



Saint Augustine's College Athletic Teams 
Fall 

Cross Country (Men and Women) 
Bowling (Women) 
Football (Men) 
Volleyball (Women) 

Winter 

Basketball (Men and Women) 

Indoor Track and Field (Men and Women) 



Baseball (Men) 

Golf (Men) 

SoftbaU (Women) 

Tennis (Men and Women) 

Outdoor Track and Field (Men and Women) 



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In the Beginning: Football at Saint Augustine's College 



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The following information was gathered 
from a transcription of an audiotaped 
interview, History of Saint Augustine's Colkge 
Athletics by Dr. James A. Boyer and from information 
provided from the Falcon Foundation. The interview 
was conducted by Harvey D. Heartley, St., 
former basketball coach and Athletic Director 
and Linda Simmons-Henry, then Associate 
Director of the Prezell Robinson Library. 
This interview of President Emeritus James 
Boyer took place in his home July 25, 1997. 
Dr. Bover's remarks are italicized. 

The first recorded Saint Augustine's College 
football game was pla\'ed against a Chapel Hill 
club team on Thanksgiving Day 1899. The 
contest ended in a 5-5 tie. Dean Charles H. Boyer 
was coach, player and reporter for the game. 

The intercollegiate football program at Saint 
Augustine's College dates back to 1904, initiated 
by Professor Charles H. Bo\er, a \'ale Universir\' 
graduate who joined the faculr\' in 1896. Boyer, 
who was proficient in a number of sports, found 
a void at Saint Augustine's College when he 
realized there were no intramural or 
intercollegiate athletics. As a great lover of sports, 
he initiated the first athletic program for the 
College. 

He brought to the college the \ale L'niversit\' 
colors of blue and white. The athletic teams were 
initially called the Fighting Saints. According to 
Dr. James Boyer, who served as president of 
Saint Augustine's College from 1954-1967 and is 
now deceased, football was the first sport 
organized b\' the \'oung coach. "In the first years of 
football n'e played Shmv Viiiversily, Johnson C. Sw/th 
(then Biddle U/i/rers/ty), and Bennett College, which no 
longer has a football team, " he said. "We also played 
Uvingstone College, 1 irginia Union and several scltonls 
of that nature. " 

Saint Augustine's College was state champion 
in football from 1926-1928. During this time the 
team's name changed to the Horses and 
eventually, in 1948, the Horses became known as 
the Saint Augustine's College Falcons. 

Rarly pioneer coaches included Lester 
Granger, who came from Dartmouth College, 
and who later became Assistant Secretary of the 
Naw during World War II, and Lt. Lawrence A. 

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Oxiey from Harvard, who coached both football 
and baseball. George Mitchell, an Ail-American 
graduate from Shaw University, coached track, 
football and baseball. Mitchell was the first to 
ha\e an athlete appear in the Penn State Relays. 

The athletic program, run on a shoestring 
budget, was primarily funded b\- the National 
Protestant F^piscopal Church of the United 
States. According to Bover, there were few federal 
funds at that time. "During /he early years there nvre 
hardly any government finds for things of that sort, " he 
said. "That came after World War II. " 

Among the most notable Saint Augustine's 
College football players was Isaac "Big T" 
Lassiter '6,^. According to Boyer, Lassiter was the first 
"St Aug" athlete to make a professional football team. 
Another "St. Aug." great was Roland Mies, who 
played professionally for the Canadian Football 
League. 

Citing budget constraints, the college ended 
the football program in 1967. In 2001, after more 
than three decades without a football team. 
President Dianiie Boardle\' Suber, under the 
direction of the Board of Trustees, reinstated the 
football program at the college. By December 
2(I(J1, Michael (^osta was hired as head football 
coach. 

The college has united with communit\- friend 
Finloe High School and will pla\- all home games 
at their stadium. With the addition of six 
assistant coaches and offices located in Lynch 
Hall, the revitalized Falcon tootbaU program 
stands ready to embark on the tlrst of many 
fabulous seasons to come. 



Head Football Coaches 

George MitcheU 1934-1936 

Allen Weatherford 1937-1941 

Russell Blount 1946-1947 

Roy "D.D." Moore 1948-1954 

George R. Walker 1955-1960 

George L. Quiett 1961-1962 

Jesse Clements 1963-1965 



Falcon 

Football 

Traditions 

provickd hj Dr. 
Fmitk Godfrey, 
Chair nf the Division 
of Business and 
former player for Saint 
Augustine's College 



• On the way to 
a game, the players would sing "The Lord's Prayer." 

• After every win, the players would congregate by the chapel and ring the bell to announce 
the victor)'. Everyone would sing the victory song, "Oh Ring Dem BeDs." 





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Individual and Team CIAA Records 








Passing 
Year Name 


ATT COMP 


PCT 


INT\X)S TD 


1959 Herbert Barrows 


49 


26 


57.1 


4 


428 3 


1962 Sinclair King 


46 


29 


63.0 




463 3 


1964 Sinclair King 


135 


79 


58.5 


7 


940 7 


Pass-Recei\ang 
Year Name 


NO 




YDS 




AVG 


1964 I-:d\vard Chester 


34 




479 




14.1 


Punting 
Year Name 


NO 




YDS 




AVG 


1962 Charles Fleming 


34 




1385 




40.7 


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■iXJS 


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1958 Saint Augustine's 


8 


375 




1995 


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364 




2112 


301.7 


Total Defense 












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328 




819 


117.0 



All-CIAA Selections 

1950 

li, Clements 
B Roland Miles 

1952 

Dfeiisiiv 

DG Williams McMister 

1956 

T Joseph Nicolson 
C Earl Richards 





Football Records [4-year College) 






1937 0-5-0 


1948 4-4-0 


1959 7-2-0 




1938 0-5-0 


1949 6-2-0 


1960 6-4-0 


1928 0-3-1 


1939 1-3-1 


1950 8-1-0 


1961 4-5-0 


1929 0-5-0 

1930 2-5-0 


1940 2-4-1 

1941 2-3-1 


1951 3-6-0 

1952 5-2-0 


1962 4-4-1 

1963 4-3-1 


1931 2-5-0 

1932 2-1-1 

1933 2-1-1 

1934 3-2-1 


1942 0-1-0 
WAR (play 
suspended) 
1945 1-0-0 


1953 3-4-1 

1954 6-3-1 

1955 4-5-1 

1956 6-1-1 


1964 5-5-0 

1965 6-1-1 

CIAA Record: 76-84-7 


1935 0-6-0 

1936 0-5-0 


1946 3-1-0 

1947 3-4-1 


1957 2-4-1 

1958 6-2-0 


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Birthplace: The I'lilcon was born in a tree on the quad. 

Height: 3'1 1" without the head, 6'6" with the head 

Weight: I Jeht as a feather 



Skills: Dancing, mtjtnating, getting the crowd pumped up at all "St. 
\ug" exents. 

Little Known Fact: Loves to join cheerleaders "Shake It, Shake It, 
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World Premiere: 1980 at the CIAA Tournament in Norfolk, 



Works: \'isiting charit\- events, schools and hospitals. .\lso rocking 
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Favorite songs: "I Belie\c I (^an 
Fly" by R. Kelly, and "The Bird" 
by Morris Day & The Time. 

Favorite Movies: "Bird on a 
Wire", The Maltese halcon and 
"The Birds" 

Favorite Celebs: Dianne 
Boardle\ Suber, and the Adanta 
falcons "Dirt)- Bird" (They're 
cousins on his daddvs side). 

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games until alumnus Mike Phillips '83 first took on the job in 
1 ')80. The administration gave him funds to cover the cost of a 
costume. L'sing his creativity'. Philips created his own outfit 
which inclutled a blue cape, blue tights and sneakers. 

At his 1980 CL\A Tournament game debut in Norfolk, 
\'irginia as described bv another alumnus — Philips came 
running down the bleachers, flapping his arms as if he was 
actually fl\'ing. 

"One thing I think people most remember about me is mv 
slam dunk without using any apparatus. When you are in 
costume, that's pretn- hard," said Phillips. "Overall, 1 liked 
getting the crowd h\ped and into the game. Once you're into 
the game, you become the school and that's what creates school 
spirit. Being a mascot is something that I will always remember 
as one of my best experiences at "Saint Augustine's." 

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HISTORY 

S.unt Augustine's (College is a pri\;ue, urban, coeducaticmal, undergraduate 
liberal arts institution. The (College is affiliated with the Protestant Episcopal 
(Unurch and was founded in 1867 in Raleigh, North Carolina bv the church's 
I'reedmen's (Commission. Originallv founded as the Saint Augustine's 
Normal School, the College's mission is to promote an educational 
en\ir(>nment ciinduci\'e to lil-e-long learning across the broad spectrum of 
liberal arts and to prepare students for employment and graduate and 
professional studies in a complex, diverse and rapidly changing world. 

ACCREDITATION 

Saint Augustine's College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern 
Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30(133-4097: 
Telephone number 404-679-4301) to award Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees. 

OUERVIEW 

\\ ith a student/tacult)- ratio of 13:1, Saint .Augustine's pro\-idcs an innmate educational setting 
where faculty members know students b\- name. The college enrolls more than 1300 students, 
with close to half coming l:rom North Carolina, and the remainder of students coming from 37 
states, the District of Columbia, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Jamaica and 30 foreign countries. Its 
faculty- consists of nearly 100 dedicated men and women, all skilled teachers and scholars. 

ATHLETICS 

I lome ot the 2004 U.S. Ohmpic Mens Track and lield ('oach, seyen Ohmpians, three of whom 
hold Gold Medals in track and field from the 2000 Summer Ohmpics, Saint Augusfine's College 
continues to be a pace-setter as it re-institutes football to its list of competitive intercollegiate 
activities. The college also offers NCA/\ Division II baseball, basketball, bowling, cross-country, 
golf Softball, tennis, track and field, and volleyball. 

SPECIAL PROGRAMS 

Saint Augustine's College is the nation's first historically black college to have its own on-campus 
commercial radio and television stations: WAUG-AM750 and \\AUG-T\^68, Cable Channel 20, 
and is the only school in the Raleigh/Durham area to offer a degree in film protluction. The 
College also ofters the Cisco Certification Program in its Business Division and the Traditional, 
Transitional /Accelerated Approach to Learning Program (TTAAL) which offers a four, five or 
six-year track to earn a undergraduate degree. Continuing education programs are also offered 
throutrh the Colletre's Gatewa\- Protrram. 






LOCATION 

Located in the state's capital, Raleigh, North Carolina, Saint Augustine's College boasts a beautiful 
105-acre campus. The campus' 37 historic and contemporary buildings are just minutes from 
downtown Raleigh's, commercial, educational, governmental, and entertainment centers. Located 
just three hours from the mountains and two hours from the coast, Raleigh has something for 
everyone. Its rich history and cultural sophistication are evident through an arra\' ol museums, 
art galleries, professional sports and entertainment facilities. 

A comfortable climate, a great location and a \-ariet\' of resources, Raleigh is am< )ng the best 
places to live in the nation. 

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Admissions Requirements 

Application t(ir admission must be completed on a 
form furnished by the Office ot Admissions. Prospective 
students may be admitted to the college by August 1. All 
e|ualified applicants receive consideradon for admission to 
Saint Augusune's College without regard to race, creed, 
color, sex or national origin. 

To make an admission decision, the Oftice ot 
Admissions must receive the following materials: 

• ,\11 transcripts must be sent to the Othce ot 

Admissions directh- from vour high school or college 
through the mail bv the appropriate officials, and must 
reflect evidence of the applicant's academic eligibilitv 
Prospective students must be high school graduates 
whose grades indicate probable success in college. 



Satisfactory evidence that specific high 
school units have been completeil in a 
secondar\' school apprc >\ ed b\ a 
recognized accrediung agency: 
Students who have successfully 
completed the General Education 
Development Test (GED) may be 
considered for admission bv sadsfying 
the following criteria: 

findorsement by reliable persons as to 
the applicant's character and 
personalir\' 



P.ument ot total expenses tor the first vear is rec]uired 
before the 1-211 can be released. This must be 
accomplished prior to enrollment 

• A report listing scores made on the S.Vl' tir .ACT 

■ (Airrent Health and Immunization ("ertificatcs. 

A foreign student attending another U. S. institution 
will not be considered tor admission on a transter basis 
until he/she has completed at least one semester 
(pretcrabh' one \ear} ot stud\' at the institution which 
issued the 1-20 form and he/she has completed all 
transfer requirements as listed in six buUeted items above. 

Transfer Students 

A transfer stutleni will have his/her academic status 
1 e\'.iluated liased on the number ot 



Application Deadlines 



Fall Enrollment 

July 1 

Spring Enrollment 

December 1 

Applications after these dates 
will be considered on a space 
available basis. 

For more information 
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• A statement ot honorable withdrawal from the college 
last attended 

• Current Health and Immunization Certitications 

• Scores trom the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or the 
American College Test (ACT). Scores are required for 
all first-time college freshmen. Students who have 
taken either examination must provide the .\dmissions 
Oftice a copy of the scores as a part of their required 
admissions materials. Students who have not taken 
either test prior to enrolling wiU be provided the 
opportunit\' to do so during the week of freshman 
orientation. Students must cover the cost of taking the 
examination. 

International Students 

.\ prospectne internaUonal student is required to 
submit the toUovving materials betore an admissions 
decision can be reached on his/her application: 

• An application torm turnished b\' the Director of 
Admissii >ns 

• Transcripts ot wi irk ci impleted i m the secc indarv le\el 
and on the college le\el, it applicable. The transcript 
must be the original copy or a cernfied photostatic 
copy 

• Proof of pi-oficienc\' in English (TOEFL) 

• A statement of the applicant's financial resources 
showing that he/she can meet {_'. S. study costs. 



accepted credit hours that are transterred 
trom the institution(s) he/she pre\'iousl\' 
attended. 

A student transferring from another 
college must submit to the Office of 
■Admissions official transcripts verifying 
completion of high school or the Ci.E.D. 
and college credits. If the student has 
attended more than one college or 
university official transcripts from each 
institution previously attended must be 
received before an ;idmission decision 
can be made on the application. All 
supporting credentials must be received at least 30 days 
betore the beginning ot the semester in which the 
applicant desires to enroll. 

The Otfice of Admissions makes the ininal 
ev.iluation ot courses taken at other institutions. .-\11 
courses with grades "C" or better will be transferred to 
the College and grades of less than "C" are not given 
consideration. Additionally, credit hours but not quality 
points are transferable. Coursework taken at an( )ther 
institution will be evaluated by the head ot the 
de|iartment to determine it the work is applicable toward 
fultillment ot graduation requirements m the student's 
major. A recommendation will be submitted to the X'lce 
President ot Academic Affairs and the Registrar tor 
approval. 

To complete lais/her academic program, a transfer 
student is expected to conform to the academic 
requirements of Saint Augustine's College that are current 
at the time of his/her enrollment at the College. The 
general requirements listed in the catalog ntust be met 
and the final 3U semester credit hours must be earned at 
Saint .Augustine's College or in residence (CRC). All 
application materials should be sent to: 
Office of Admissions 
Saint Augustine's College 
1315 Oakwood Ave. 
Raleigh, NC 27610 
A $25.00 non-refundable administrative fee must 
accompany every application for admission. 



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Alma Mater 

THE BLUE AND WHITE 

Words and Music by 
William Augustine Perry, Class of 1902 

The dark hue of the violet 

The snow white lily's bloom 

Are emblems of the virtues rare 

That seal all failure's doom; 

That give us courage ever 

To dare to do the right; 

For Alma Mater dear they stand 

All hail the Blue and White 





All thru the days we spend at school 

Midst scenes we hold so dear 

Where friendships made are ne'er forgot 

Where always there's good cheer; 

While for enchanting knowledge 

Or charming laurels bright 

We strive our best, we ne'er forget 

Tis for the Blue and White. 

Where'er relentless duty calls 

O'er life's tempestuous seas 

We'll go, and loyally we'll bide 

What weal or woe decrees; 

Yes, loyal to the colors 

That Stand for "Right is Might" 

Our country's flag, the Stars and stripes 

And ours the Blue and White. 



O sing a song of love and praise 

From loyal hearts and pure 

For her our Alma Mater dear 

And for her ideals true 

For a hundred years she's triumphed 

As upward in her flight 

She's climbed to a beacon light 

Her banner Blue and White. 



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