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Phoenix College football

Home

News

A BEGINNING…

Placement

Signings

Philosophy

Academics

Program

Traditions

Coaching Staff

TO OUR PROGRAM AND

YOUR OPPORTUNITY.

Events

Contact

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Phoenix College football

Home

NEWS…

News

THE RON WOLFLEY

CELEBRITY GOLF

TOURNAMENT

BENEFITING THE PHOENIX COLLEGE FOOTBALL

PROGRAM

Placement

Signings

Philosophy

All proceeds go to PC football and

are tax deductible through our

501(c)(3).

Academics

Program

Traditions

Coaching Staff

Events

Contact

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PLACEMENT…

News

Jadon Dailey:

C, 5’11” 280

BOISE STATE

(Full Ride)

Brian Voges:

OLB, 6’3” 225

NEBRASKA

(Walk on)

Placement

Signings

Marques Hawkins:

SS, 5’7” 190

ILLINOIS STATE

(Full Ride)

Philosophy

Academics

Jimmie Johnson:

CB, 5’10” 160

N. DAKOTA ST.

(Full Ride)

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5

Program

Traditions

Coaching Staff

Tim Woloschak:

MLB, 6’2” 250

NEW MEXICO ST.

(Full Ride)

Events

Contact

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SIGNINGS…

News

2005 RECRUITS:

BLOMQUIST, RENO – Chandler High School – CB/RV

BREE, JARON – Pinnacle High School – DE

COULTER, RYAN – Centennial High School – RV

HANNIFIN, DEREK – Shadow Mountain High School - LB

HAIN, MATT – Moon Valley High School – RV

HOWARD, ABDUL – South Mountain High School – CB

HOWARD, JUSTIN – Prescott High School – OL

JOCHAM, JASON – Prescott High School – CB

JONES, SEAN – Trevor G. Browne High School - RB

KORTSEN, DANMARK – Trevor G. Browne High School – WR

LOPEZ, RICK – Dysart High School – DT

MUHAMMAD, AAZAAD – Paradise Valley High School – RB

ODORFER, RICK – Prescott High School – QB

OFFUT, CHRISTIAN - Cesar Chavez High School – H-Back

PLASENCIA, MANDO – South Mountain High School – WR

STELL, ISAIAH – Cesar Chavez High School – OL

TORRES, BOBBY – Centennial High School – OL

TUALLA, JON-PAUL – Centennial High School – LB

VINCENTE, MICHAEL – Prescott High School – LB

WHITE, KENNY – Cactus High School – CB

WILLIAMS, GLEN – South Mountain High School – DE

WREN, JIM – Shadow Mountain High School – P

Placement

Signings

Philosophy

Academics

Program

Traditions

Coaching Staff

2005 MID-YEAR:

MIKE ACHS – 2003 graduate from Cactus High School – OL

TIM FAHRENDORF - 2003 graduate of St. Mary's High School – WR

JOEL JOHNSON - 2003 graduate of Centennial High School – TE

ADAM MENDEZ - 2003 graduate of Centennial High School – CB

TROY OSBORNE - 2003 graduate of Centennial High School – FS

MICHAEL PHILLIPS - 2003 graduate of Cactus High School – MLB

Events

Contact

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Phoenix College football

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Man

Roster

Home

PHILOSOPHY…

We don’t accept out-of-state

players. Why should you have

to compete for a scholarship to

a four-year school against kids

from all over the country?

News

Placement

Signings

A self-imposed roster limit allows the coaching staff to know each player; it

also gives each player an opportunity to play. If our staff recruits you, they

have a plan for you!

Philosophy

We want to make Phoenix College, Arizona’s College – where Arizona

football players come to compete against other Arizona kids for

scholarships to a four-year school.

Academics

Program

WHY?

“Our Program and

priorities are geared toward getting our kids placed, not winning national championships at the Junior College level,” said Coach Wolfley.

Traditions

PC doesn’t red shirt, gray shirt or hide

players in any way. “We try to get our

players out the door, not keep them in,”

said Ron Wolfley.

Coaching Staff

Events

Contact

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Phoenix College football

SASS

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ACADEMICS…

News

Not only does Phoenix College have a stellar

reputation academically, but it also boasts one

of the best programs in the country in support

of its student-athletes.

The Student Athlete Scholastic Success

program, or SASS, is designed to help

PC’s athletes succeed in the classroom. PC’s

players have a SASS advisor assigned to them:

Al Battle handles the defense and Greg Simpson

the offense. What makes the program special,

found only at PC, is that it duplicates what PC

players will find when attending a four-year

school and the resources they will have while

playing football for that school.

“I was shocked and pleasantly surprised when

I came to Phoenix College and saw they had

an academic program like SASS,” said Ron

Wolfley, Head Football Coach at PC. “This is

very similar to ho how it’s done at the D-1 level.”

Placement

Signings

Philosophy

Academics

Program

Traditions

Coaching Staff

Events

Contact

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Blinn

College

HOUSTON

Home

PROGRAM…

SUMMER CONDITIONING

News

Placement

Al

Johnson

Signings

WINTER CONDITIONING

Philosophy

SPRING

BALL

WILLIE

JONES

Academics

Program

Spring

Ball

Traditions

Coaching Staff

Events

Contact

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TRADITIONS…

News

The Phoenix College Full Medal Helmet

Placement

We believe the highest honor you can receive as a player is to be named a "Football Player." Our definition of a Football player is a young man who represents this program in a positive way on campus and off; a young man that knows he's a student, goes to class and works to get good grades. Finally, a young man that understands the difficulties inherent to playing the game of football but plays the game the way it should be played: like the dogs are chasing him!

When we have a player that meets our criteria he is named, in front of his peers, a Football player. When this happens that player's name is recorded, plaques will be made and hung on the Barracks wall and he receives a special honor as well: he's given the Phoenix College Full Medal Helmet.

Our helmets are old school through-and-through. The gold stripe splits the navy blue field in two, symbolic of your responsibility as a STUDENT and a FOOTBALL PLAYER. We wear numbers on the right side of our helmets, identifying you as a member of our team, the football side of being on our team. When a player is named and given the honor of Full Medal Helmet, that player receives a number on both sides of his helmet - left and right. The Full Medal Helmet.

The criteria for receiving this honor, as shown above, is as follows:

1) A player that represents this program in a positive way on campus and off.

2) A player that knows he's a student and attends class and works hard in school.

3) A player that plays the game the way it's supposed to be played: with all that he has, regardless of his talent level.

Do you have what it takes to receive the Phoenix College Full Medal Helmet?

Signings

Philosophy

Academics

Program

Traditions

Coaching Staff

Events

Contact

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COACHING STAFF…

News

Placement

Signings

Ron

Wolfley

Dale

Wolfley

Tom

Bresnahan

Steve

Sierra

Philosophy

Academics

Phillip

Wooley

Program

Traditions

Coaching Staff

Events

Contact

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EVENTS…

News

Spring Ball: March 28th to April 23rd

First Annual Ron Wolfley Celebrity Golf Tournament

Benefiting Phoenix College Football: June 7 @

Kierland Golf Club.

Placement

Signings

Philosophy

Training Camp: August 1st to August 27th

2005 Season:

Academics

September 3: @ Blinn College, Brenham, TX

September 17: Glendale Community College

September 24: Snow College

October 1: @ Mesa Community College

October 8: @ New Mexico Military

October 15: Arizona Western College

October 22: @ Pima College

October 29: Scottsdale Community College

November 5: @ Dixie State College

November 12: @ Eastern Arizona College

Program

Traditions

Coaching Staff

Events

Contact

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RON WOLFLEY, HEAD COACH

News

· Attended West Virginia University from 1981-85.· Drafted in the fourth-round (#104 overall) by the St. Louis Football Cardinals in 1985.· Played for the Cardinals Organization (St. Louis and Phoenix) from 1985 - 1991.· Played for the Cleveland Browns in 1992 and 1993. · Played for the St. Louis Rams in 1995.· Retired from the NFL in 1996.

Placement

Signings

Philosophy

Honors: Professional· Pro Bowl selection 1986, 1987, 1988 and 1989.· NFL Alumni Player of the Year (Special Teams) 1987.· Member of the All-Madden Team 1989.· Winner of the Ed Block Courage Award (St. Louis Rams) in 1995.· Team Captain 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 and 1993.

Presently a color analyst for the Arizona Rattlers and radio analyst for the Arizona Cardinals.

Ron is married to Stephanie Wolfley and has four children Ashley, Connor, Jenna and Cade. His hobbies include writing, reading and sketching.

Academics

Program

Traditions

Coaching Staff

Events

Contact

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DALE WOLFLEY, ASSISTANT HEAD

COACH & DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR

News

Placement

· Graduated from: Orchard Park High School in 1986, positions played OL/LB

· Honors received: Parade Magazine-All American, All-state, All Western New York-Team captain-Most Valuable Player

· Attended: West Virginia University from 1986-1990, positions played O/L

Signings

Philosophy

· Honors received: 2 Time All-American, All-East, All ECAC, All-Independent Team-Team Captain-Received Bill Russell Award for Outstanding Lineman. Played in Fiesta, Gator & Sun Bowls.

· Consulted and established hand trapping program for Offensive & Defensive Lineman at West Virginia and Ohio state football programs.

· Coaching Experience: 3 years West Virginia University as a Graduate Assistant O/L, TE's & Special Teams Coach as well as Assistant strength & conditioning coach. Coached in Sugar & Carquest Bowl Games.

· Personal: Dale has been married for 9 years to his wife Kathleen and has 4 children: Stone, Maverick, Jaden, & Talley.

§ Hobbies: Family, Martial arts, and Reading

Academics

Program

Traditions

Coaching Staff

Events

Contact

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TOM BRESNAHAN, OFFENSIVE

COORDINATOR & O-LINE COACH

News

1 year Armed Service5 years coaching at High Schools18 years coaching colleges· 5 years William College (1963-1968)· 5 years Columbia (1968-1973)· 8 years Naval Academy (1973-1980)

16 ½ years with Pro-Teams· 2 years Kansas City Chiefs (1981-1982)· 2 years New York Giants (1983 - 1984)· 3 years St. Louis -Phoenix Cardinals (1986 -1988)· 9 years Buffalo Bills - (1989-1997) 4 with Super Bowls · 1 year pre-season with Dolphins

Placement

Signings

Philosophy

Academics

His coaching experience began as a line coach at Cathedral High School in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1956. He then moved on to line coaching duties for Fort Dix New Jersey Interservice Team in 1957-1959, Holyoke (MA) High School 1959-1961, served as head coach at Drury High School, North Adams, MA (1961-1963)

Tom has spent over forty years in coaching, his driving force. He contributed to the Chief's first winning season in eight years in 1981, was instrumental in Kansas City being ranked second in the NFL in rushing the same year. During his stint at Navy, the Midshipmen appeared in 1978 Holiday Bowl and 1980 Garden State Bowl, helped Navy post a 24-11 record his last 3 seasons there. He also coached the offensive linemen at Columbia when the Lions' 6-2-1 record in 1971 was the best in 10 years. Tom was both an offensive and defensive line coach at William College.

Program

Traditions

Coaching Staff

Events

Tom played collegiate football at Holy Cross, where he received cum laude honors in economics and philosophy with a bachelor's degree in 1956, masters in education from Springfield College in Massachusetts in 1960. He is married to Elaine with four grown children: Thomas, Charles, Daniel and Denise.

Contact

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STEVE SIERRA,

TRANSITION COACH

News

Graduated: Carpentaria High School Played 4 years as strong safety and corner

· Honors: Team caption 2 years

· Coaching Experience: MESA High School 2002 (Co Head Coach and Defensive Co. Junior team) (T.E. Line Backer Varsity)

· Attended: Phoenix College

· Coaching Experience: 2 years at Phoenix College

· Professional Experience: Assistant Coach California Thunder 1997

Placement

Signings

Philosophy

Academics

Program

· Co- founded Semi Pro Team Santa Barbara '98 to '99· Defensive Coordinator South California Cardinals 2000-won California football Association Championship - Record of 12-1-1

· Personal: Steven has been married for 8 years to his wife Holli and has four children: Matt, Sam, Adam and new baby girl Marlie Ann

· Hobbies: River Rafting, hanging out with family, Barbequing

Traditions

Coaching Staff

Events

Contact

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PHILLIP WOOLEY,

LINEBACKER COACH

News

Phillip was born on April 6, 1966 in Phoenix, Arizona. He graduated from Phoenix Maryvale High School where he received All-Region honors while playing linebacker.

After high school, Phillip attended Phoenix College and Arizona State University. He earned a Bachelor's Degree and went on to complete his Secondary Education and English as a Second Language certifications at Ottawa University. Phillip also holds a Master's Degree in Counseling from Northern Arizona University.

Placement

Signings

Philosophy

Academics

Program

Phillip coached football in the high school ranks for 18 years. During this time, he served as head football coach at three schools with his last stop being at Trevor Browne High School in Phoenix. He was also selected and served as the head coach for the 2005 Arizona High School All-Star football games.

Phillip is married to wife Rachelle and they have two sons, Cody 13 and Ty 10. His interests include spending time with his family, outdoor cooking, and training for half marathon competitions. He is also a member of the City of Phoenix Village Planning Committee for the Laveen area.

Traditions

Coaching Staff

Events

Contact

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Phoenix College football

Home

WINTER CONDITIONING

News

PC uses Ohio State’s winter conditioning program.

D-1 has nothing to do with budget, stadium size or

televised games and everything to do with how you

go about your business. PC players get the best and

latest techniques, techniques OSU uses.

Placement

Signings

Philosophy

Al Johnson is the strength and conditioning coach at

OSU. He was the strength and conditioning coach at

West Virginia University when both Wolfleys, Ron and

Dale, were in the football program. “He’s a personal

friend of the family,” said Dale Wolfley. “When we call

him for the latest techniques, we’re going to get a call

back and that’s why we use OSU’s program.”

Academics

Program

Traditions

Winter conditioning is the best time of year

for a player to get bigger and stronger. PC

players concentrate on developing mass

and explosion, improving their ability to

play the game at a higher level.

Coaching Staff

Events

Contact

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SUMMER CONDITIONING

News

PC football, in the summer, turns its focus more toward

conditioning and speed than gaining mass and

explosion. Although weight training continues in the

summer, PC’s goal is to prepare its players for the

upcoming season and the beginning of training camp.

Placement

Signings

Philosophy

Willie Jones works with PC’s football team in the summer, helping them with their speed. He is a former world class sprinter. While at ASU he competed on several of the fastest relays in collegiate history and in the world. He has also competed on several National teams. Willie ran track professionally for several years with Stars and Stripes Track Club and Philadelphia Pioneers.

Academics

Program

Traditions

40-times are critical to four-year schools and their

interest in a player. The quickest way to improve a

player’s 40-time is by teaching them how to start.

This is where Coach Jones is most effective, using

experience and knowledge to help PC players.

Coaching Staff

Events

Contact

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SPRING BALL

News

Placement

PC does spring ball like D-1 does it: they put the pads on.

One of the stated goals of the program is to prepare each

player for the four-year school experience. “We have

tried to pattern our program as closely as possible after

our own D-1 experience,” said Head Coach Ron Wolfley.

“Four-year schools do it this way, why shouldn’t we?”

Signings

Spring

Ball

Philosophy

Academics

“Unless you’re wearing pads, you’re really not playing

football,” said Assistant Head Coach Dale Wolfley. “The

spring offers a young man the best opportunity to get

better: there’s no game plans, no games and, because

of this, no pressure. Just get better!”

Program

Traditions

Coaching Staff

Events

Contact

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DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY

News

PC uses all digital cameras when filming. Two cameras

are used, one for an end zone shot and one for a wide

angle sideline shot, for both practices and games. “The

images are so clear,” said Wolfley, “it really helps us

teach our players and allows them to get a better

understanding of what we’re after.”

Placement

Signings

Philosophy

The Landro Play Analyzer allows PC’s staff to

digitize any film, breakdown film and analyze that

film instantly. Player specific tapes are made for

each player, increasing their chances of being noticed

by four-year schools. “We believe the Landro, because

of its clarity and lightning recall, has helped us place

kids when four-year schools come walking in,” said

Dale Wolfley.

Academics

Program

Traditions

PC has the ability to get end zone film wherever

they play. With the Eaglecam, a telescoping mast,

end zone shots are simple. “End zone film is one

of the most valuable teaching tools a program can

have,” said Ron Wolfley. “Four-year schools love it

and our players can get it whenever needed.”

Coaching Staff

Events

Contact

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Blinn

College

HOUSTON

BLINN COLLEGE TRAVEL DATE

News

Placement

PC will travel to Blinn College, one of the best JC

programs in the country, and play them on

September 3, 2005. In 2006, PC will host Blinn

College at Hoy Stadium. “The athletic department

has supported us in everything we do,” said Ron

Wolfley. “They have given us every resource we

need. The trip to Houston is a perfect example of

their commitment to our program.”

Signings

Philosophy

Academics

Program

Traditions

Coaching Staff

Events

Contact

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POLAR BOOSTER ($5,000):

Two foursomes of golf, hole sponsorship, BBQ dinner, media guide ad for 2005 and a permanent sign that attaches to our scoreboard for 1-full year.

KODIAK BOOSTER ($2,500):

A foursome of golf, hole sponsorship, BBQ dinner, media guide ad for 2005 and a banner (3’ x 10’) that hangs in our stadium for 1-full year.

GRIZZLY BOOSTER ($1,500):

A foursome of golf, hole sponsorship, BBQ dinner and a media guide ad for 2005.

BEAR BOOSTER ($1,100):

A foursome of golf, hole sponsorship and BBQ dinner.

PANDA BOOSTER ($50):

BBQ dinner for one (spouse, friend or fan) and ability to bid on auction items.

Buy a foursome: ($800)

Buy a single: ($250)

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NEWS…

News

THE RON WOLFLEY

CELEBRITY GOLF

TOURNAMENT

BENEFITING THE PHOENIX COLLEGE FOOTBALL

PROGRAM

Placement

Signings

Philosophy

June 7, 2005

1:00 pm

Academics

Program

Traditions

Coaching Staff

KIERLAND GOLF CLUB

11:30 pm: Registration (Club House)

1:00 pm: Shotgun Start

6:15 pm: Silent Auction & Reception

7:15 pm: Dinner and Live Auction

Events

Contact

602-285-7707

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MARCH 2005

News

Placement

Signings

Philosophy

Academics

Program

Traditions

Coaching Staff

Events

Contact