2009 Football
1 Pat Pitman DL
3 Brandon Miles RB
4 Adam Berg WR
4a Dareius Copeland CB
5 Dusty Sluzewicz S
6 Sid Johnson CB
7 Justin Lee WR
8 Derek Edholm QB
9 Andrew Schultz WR
10 Jody Henningson WR
11 Cameron Abram WR
12 Zach Wold S
12a Alex Hass QB
13 Jordan Johnson CB
14 Beau Wakefield WR
15 Luke Knutson OLB
16 Larry Miller QB
2 Lance Rongstad QB
17 Jake Schmidt S
18 Luke Mattson WR
19 Dan Christensen OLB
20 Blake Sczepanski RB
21 Charles Hrdlicka CB
22 Averey Duncan WR
23 Michael "Tiger" Ellison CB
23a Issac Carlson S
24 Jake Anderson LB
24a Nolan Dokken CB
25 Brad Hemling RB
25a Matt Heath CB
26 Anthony Ragsdale S
27 Aaron Roland S
27a Brent Kondziolka RB
28a Anthony Hermes S
29 Chris Bellinger S
30 Eurice Watson RB
30a Blayze Petersen WR
31 Nate Solors K/P
32 Brody Scheff S
33 Jake Kelly S
33a Broc Skaar K
34 George Percak-Dennett LB
35 Alex Mock LB
36 Christian Metz WR
37 Timo Gleason FB
37a Alvandrick Womack RB
37b Colin McKenzie S
38 Troy Dale DL
38a Korey Fry S
39 Jesse Sundby K/P
40 Buckley Wright LB
41 Marco Custodio CB
42 Joe Johnsrud LB
42a Mike Swedlund S
43 Dustin Kroeplin RB
44 Gary Miller ILB
44a Gary Isaacson RB
45 Cory Crosby ILB
46 Andrew Eagan ILB
47 Collin Stoffel LB
48 Brad Albano DL
48a Charles Hermes WR
49 Jason Bromm LB
50 Matt Benge LB
51 Oliver Forward OLB
52 Allan Dostal S
53 Dillon Fogarty LB
55 Bryce Nelson OL
56 Jake Elzy DL
57 Matthew Shaver DL
58 Alonzo Melton OL
60 Cody Stamper DL
61 Jonathan Miller OL
62 Lyndell Tulimasealii OL
63 Brett DeLange OL
64 Jordan Oien OL
65 Cory Immerman OL
66 Steve Pappas OL
67 Jared Erickson OL
68 Davis Mickelson OL
69 Chad Whaley OL
71 Chris Parrish OL
72 Nick Bliss LB
73 Jordan Anderson OL
74 Tyler Abrahamson OL
77 Papapa Nicholas-Silvra OL
79 Alexander Lutton OL
80 Matt Gandrud WR
81 Ryan Olds OLB
82 Myles Swenson WR
83 Carris Bible TE
84 Gary Young DL
85 Jake Safstrom DL
86 Tim Orr TE
87 Anthony LaVoy DL
88 Brian Leonhardt TE
89 James Plain WR
90 Rob Wills DE
92 Jake Zimmerman DE
93 Jordan Lardinois DL
95 Bryan Wick DE
96 Josh Beste DL
97 Garrett Lee DL
98 Bryan Syrstad DL
99 Kyle McMartin DL
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#9 Andrew Schultz

HOMETOWN Grand Forks, N.D. (Central)
2009 (Jr): The junior captain garnered Second-Team All-NSIC laurels following a season in which he saw time in all 11 games and ranked second among his teammates with 23 receptions for 258 yards and third with four touchdown catches... Hauled in a pass in all but one game in 2009... Grabbed a touchdown catch in three consecutive contests stretching from 9/12/09 to 9/26/09... Also served as the team’s primary punt return specialist racking up 134 return yards on 18 attempts.
    Opened a string of three straight games with touchdown catches versus Winona State (9/12/09)... Fielded a 2009-best four punts at Northern State (9/26/09) and racked up 54 return yards including a season-long 20-yard run back... Grabbed a season-high eight receptions for 86 yards and his fourth touchdown of the season versus Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09)...  Recorded a career-high 32-yard catch-and-run in the game.

2008 (So):
Was a constant among the Beavers’ receiving corps making 11 starts as a sophomore... Finished as the team’s second-leading target with 48 catches for 482 yards and a pair of touchdowns... Handled the bulk of the punt return duties racking up 137 yards on 15 returns... His 9.1 yards per return was good for fifth in the NSIC... Was selected for Honorable Mention All-NSIC honors.
    Opened the season with six catches at Minot State (98/28/08)... Posted career-bests with nine receptions and 120 yards receiving at Winona State (9/13/08)... Reeled in seven passes at Wayne State (10/11/08)... Caught touchdown passes in back-to-back games at Minnesota Duluth (910/25/08) and versus U-Mary (11/1/08)... Posted a career-high 24-yard punt return versus U-Mary (11/108).
2007 (Fr): Saw time in eight games making a start on eight occasions... Registered 17 catches to rank second on the team... His three touchdowns tied him for third among receivers... Grabbed a career-high four passes for 53 yards in a victory over Minot State (9/8)... Made his first collegiate trip into the end zone scoring the Beavers only touchdown in a 10-7, heart-breaking loss at U-Mary (10/6)... Posted four tackles (three solo) as a part of BSU’s special teams unit.

2006 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt.

Prior to BSU: A three-sport standout at Grand Forks Central High School, Schultz participated in track and field, football and basketball... He was selected Central’s Offensive MVP as well as first-team all-state as a senior wide receiver... Totaled 59 receptions, eight receiving touchdowns, and 15 total touchdowns for the 2005 AAA state championship team.

Personal: Andrew John Schultz... Born Feb. 6, 1988... Son of Terry and Bonnie Schultz... Is undecided on a major field of study.

Career Highs:  
Receptions: 9 at Winona State (9/13/08); Yards: 120 at Winona State (9/13/08); Long Reception: 32 vs. Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09); Touchdowns: 1, nine times); Punt Ret: 54 yards at Northern State (9/26/09); Ret. Touchdowns: none.