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                    *** Southern Illinois University Directory ***
 
                            From The Sports Network
 
 Location:          Carbondale, Illinois
 Total Enrollment:  18,817
 Founded:           1869
 Nickname:          Salukis
 Colors:            Maroon & White
 Conference:        Missouri Valley
 Stadium:           Saluki Stadium (15,000)
 Surface:           FieldTurf
 Mascot:            The Saluki Dog
 
 Chancellor:        Dr. Rita Cheng
 Athletic Director: Mario Moccia
 Head Coach:        Dale Lennon
 
                       Coaching and Team History
                       -------------------------
 
 Year   Coach                         Overall Playoff Games
 ----   -----                         ------- -------------
 1913   William McAndrew               4-2-1
 1914   William McAndrew               4-  4
 1915   William McAndrew               5-  3
 1916   William McAndrew               3-  4
 1917   Sam Patterson                  2-  2
 1918   no team - World War I
 1919   William Lodge                  2-  2
 1920   no team - World War I
 1921   William McAndrew               2-2-3
 1922   William McAndrew               1-  6
 1923   William McAndrew               3-2-2
 1924   William McAndrew               6-  2
 1925   William McAndrew               0-5-1
 1926   William McAndrew               5-1-2
 1927   William McAndrew               3-5-2
 1928   William McAndrew               7-1-2
 1929   William McAndrew               5-3-1
 1930   William McAndrew               9-  0
 1931   William McAndrew               7-  2
 1932   William McAndrew               2-5-3
 1933   William McAndrew               4-4-1
 1934   William McAndrew               5-  3
 1935   William McAndrew               1-7-1
 1936   William McAndrew               3-4-1
 1937   William McAndrew               2-  7
 1938   William McAndrew               2-  7
 1939   Glenn Martin                   0-  8
 1940   Glenn Martin                   2-5-1
 1941   Glenn Martin                   5-2-1
 1942   Glenn Martin                   2-  4
 1943   no team - World War II
 1944   Glenn Martin                   3-  3
 1945   Glenn Martin                   4-1-2
 1946   Glenn Martin                   4-  4
 1947   Glenn Martin                   7-2-1  Corn (W) North Central, 20-0
 1948   Glenn Martin                   2-  6
 1949   Glenn Martin                   2-  7
 1950   Bill Waller                    3-5-1
 1951   Bill Waller                    0-  9
 1952   William O'Brien                2-  6
 1953   William O'Brien                2-  7
 1954   William O'Brien                2-  7
 1955   Al Kawal                       4-4-2
 1956   Al Kawal                       4-  5
 1957   Al Kawal                       5-  4
 1958   Al Kawal                       7-  2
 1959   Carmen Piccone                 5-  4
 1960   Carmen Piccone                 8-  2
 1961   Carmen Piccone                 7-  3
 1962   Carmen Piccone                 4-  6
 1963   Carmen Piccone                 4-  5
 1964   Don Shroyer                    2-  8
 1965   Don Shroyer                    2-  8
 1966   Ellis Rainsberger              4-5-1
 1967   Dick Towers                    3-  7
 1968   Dick Towers                    6-  3
 1969   Dick Towers                    5-  5
 1970   Dick Towers                    6-  3
 1971   Dick Towers                    6-  4
 1972   Dick Towers                    1-8-1
 1973   Dick Towers                    3-7-1
 1974   Doug Weaver                    2-  9
 1975   Doug Weaver                    1-9-1
 1976   Rey Dempsey                    7-  4
 1977   Rey Dempsey                    3-  8
 1978   Rey Dempsey                    7-  4
 1979   Rey Dempsey                    8-  3
 1980   Rey Dempsey                    3-  8
 1981   Rey Dempsey                    7-  4
 1982   Rey Dempsey                    6-  5
 1983   Rey Dempsey                   13-  1  3-0 NCAA I-AA CHAMPS
 1984   Ray Dorr                       3-  8
 1985   Ray Dorr                       4-  7
 1986   Ray Dorr                       7-  4
 1987   Ray Dorr                       3-  8
 1988   Rick Rhodes                    4-  7
 1989   Bob Smith                      2-  9
 1990   Bob Smith                      2-  9
 1991   Bob Smith                      7-  4
 1992   Bob Smith                      4-  7
 1993   Bob Smith                      2-  9
 1994   Shawn Watson                   1- 10
 1995   Shawn Watson                   5-  6
 1996   Shawn Watson                   5-  6
 1997   Jan Quarless                   3-  8
 1998   Jan Quarless                   3-  8
 1999   Jan Quarless                   5-  6
 2000   Jan Quarless                   3-  8
 2001   Jerry Kill                     1- 10
 2002   Jerry Kill                     4-  8
 2003   Jerry Kill                    10-  2  0-1
 2004   Jerry Kill                    10-  2  0-1
 2005   Jerry Kill                     9-  4  1-1
 2006   Jerry Kill                     9-  4  1-1
 2007   Jerry Kill                    12-  2  2-1
 2008   Dale Lennon                    9-  3  0-1
 2009   Dale Lennon                   11-  2  1-1
 2010   Dale Lennon                    5-  6
 2011   Dale Lennon                    4-  7
 2012   Dale Lennon                    6-  5
 2013   Dale Lennon                    7-  5
 
 Overall Record:    430-491-32  (.468)        FCS Playoff Record: 8-7
 
                   Southern Illinois Coaching Records
                   ----------------------------------
 
 Years     Name              # of Years      Won   Lost    Tie   Pct.
 -----     ----              ----------      ---   ----    ---   ----
 1913-16   William McAndrew      4            16     13      1   .550
 1917      Sam Patterson         1             2      2      0   .500
 1919      William Lodge         1             2      2      0   .500
 1921-38   William McAndrew     19            67     66     19   .503
 Total     William McAndrew     23            83     79     20   .506
 1939-49   Glenn Martin         11            31     42      5   .429
 1950-51   Bill Waller           2             3     14      0   .176
 1952-54   William O'Brien       3             6     20      0   .231
 1955-58   Al Kawal              4            20     15      2   .568
 1959-63   Carmen Piccone        5            28     20      0   .583
 1964-65   Don Shroyer           2             4     16      0   .200
 1966      Ellis Rainsberger     1             4      5      1   .450
 1967-73   Dick Towers           7            30     37      2   .449
 1974-75   Doug Weaver           2             3     18      1   .159
 1976-83   Rey Dempsey           8            54     37      0   .593
 1984-87   Ray Dorr              4            17     27      0   .386
 1988      Rick Rhodes           1             4      7      0   .364
 1989-93   Bob Smith             5            17     38      0   .309
 1994-96   Shawn Watson          3            11     22      0   .333
 1997-2000 Jan Quarless          4            14     30      0   .318
 2001-08   Jerry Kill            7            55     32      0   .632
 2008-     Dale Lennon           6            42     28      0   .600
 
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