In recognition of college football’s sesquicentennial season, the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference is recognizing a group of individuals who have been distinguished as the PSAC’s 150 Contributors.
With various league and on-campus celebrations planned for the upcoming season, nominees were comprised of representatives from each current member institution. Those in consideration were identified by each institution as individuals who had made significant contributions to college football.
“The opportunity to celebrate the 150th anniversary of college football with our member institutions is exciting. Recognizing many of the key contributors who are synonymous with the PSAC is a great way to highlight our great history and to allow our membership to celebrate this commemorative event,” said PSAC Commissioner Steve Murray. “Like anything, the debate of who should be included will be fun, but talking about the storied history of football in our conference is what we wanted and what I’m sure we will get.”
To determine the formation of the final 150, guidelines were put in place to have representation from each submitting institution. A committee comprised of seven former sports information directors then made selections to finalize the PSAC’s 150 Contributors.
Slippery Rock led the list with 12 representatives. West Chester, Millersville, Bloomsburg, Shippensburg, Edinboro, Clarion and California boasted double-digit representatives.
A list of representatives by institution is listed below.
Jamar Brittingham, Jim Doyle, Jahri Evans, Matt Feiler, Danny Hale, Franklyn Quiteh, Robert Redman, Frank Sheptock, Irvin Sigler, Bob Tucker
Antoine Bagwell, Garry Brown, Wes Cates, Perry Kemp, John Lukhardt, Sam Mannery, Tim McCutcheon, Rontez Miles, Elmo Natali, Jeff Petrucci
Jim Alcorn, Dave “Red” Bevevino, Kevin Ewing, Al Jacks, Frank Lignelli, Kim Niedbala, Alex Sandusky, Steve Scillitani, Chris Weibel, Reggie Wells, Jr., Steve Witte
Denny Douds, Pat Flaherty, James Franklin, Jeff Johnson, Kevin Nagle, Evan Prall, Mike Reichenbach, Jimmy Terwilliger, Ray Yakavonis
Elbert Cole, David Green, Howard Hackley, Trevor Harris, Mike Kegarise, Bill McDonald, Jeremy O’Day, Ernest Priester, Jim Romaniszyn, Pat Schuster
Art Arkelian, Marcus Jones, Liam Nadler, Jon Richardson, Lou Tullio, Darmel Whitfield
Jack Benedict, Frank Cignetti, Sr., Jim Haslett, Jai Hill, Chuck Klausing, Michael Mann, Dan Radakovich, Dave Smith, Chris Villarrial
Dave Borden, Bruce Harper, John Mobley, Jordan Morgan, Kevin Morton, Andre Reed, Mark Steinmeyer
Rob Carey, Fran Cornelius, George Dintiman, Hubert Jack, Bill McCollum, Bob Peck, Joe Speese, Caleb Walton
Bill Bair, Joe Bedenk, Dr. Mark Bristol, Stu Casterline, George E. “Doc” Fenton, Dan Holland, Dean Stewart
David A. Armstrong, Bryan Boyce, Brandon Brown-Dukes, Tom Herman, Trevor Kennedy, Joe Kimball, John Langer, Marty Schaetzle, Ian Wild
Dr. Gene Carpenter, Charles Cooper, Drew Folmar, Will Lewis, Carmen Lex, Scott Martin, Mike McFetridge, Sean Scott, Ricke Stonewall, Edwin “Eddie” Weist
AJ Erni, Antwarn Jones, Nick McGaghan, Chris Snyder, Sammy Tranks, Tyler Zimmer
Walter Barr, Damian Beane, Monte Cater, George Hott, Myles Humphrey, Wayne Wilson
John Bay, Rob Davis, Tim Ebersole, Brent Grimes, Trevor Harman, Spencer Keyes, John Kuhn, Mark “Mac” Maciejewski, Rocky Rees, Zach Zulli
Jerry Bejbl, Bob DiSpirito, Terry Factor, DJ Flick, Brandon Fusco, Shamar Greene, Greg Hopkins, Marcus Martin, Randy McKavish, Dr. George Mihalik, Brian Polk, N. Kerr Thompson
Billy Hess, Joe Iacone, W. Glenn Killinger, Derrick Price, Joe Senser, Ralph Tamm, Mike, Washington, Chuck Weber, Rondell White, Lee Woodall, Bill Zwaan