2010 Football Releases

  • Maryland Head Coach Randy Edsall Speaks at Football's Spring Clinic
    March 21, 2011
    Randy Edsall, the head football coach at the University of Maryland, was the keynote speaker at the first annual Stevenson football Spring Clinic this past Friday, March 11. The 2010 Big East Coach of the Year, Edsall came to Stevenson to headline a group of speakers at an event that hosted over 60 high school and collegiate coaches.
  • Beating the Beast
    March 09, 2011
    He knows what he’s fighting against. He’s seen the other side. He’s felt the loss of innocence and the ferocious beast of responsibility breathing down his neck. Most of his teammates have no clue. They really don’t. For them, celebrity is playing football for Stevenson University. They just don’t get it yet. Jeromie Miller does though. He lived it.
  • Coach's Corner: Spring Practice Kickoff
    March 07, 2011
    “There is a distinct difference between somebody who is on a football team and a football player.” Head Coach Ed Hottle says the honeymoon is over for Stevenson football. From here on out, it’s about more than just being something new and exciting. The Mustangs have to bring it every single day.
  • Pushing Through the Darkness
    March 02, 2011
    Man...Sam Bradley never worked this hard. That’s what he knew. Wasn’t this supposed to be easier? That’s what he thought. You had a team full of freshmen, freshmen at a school that never had a football team before, didn’t have a stadium yet and didn’t have any games scheduled until 2011. No way was it going to be this hard.
  • Coach's Corner: Developing Regional Relationships
    February 28, 2011
    Respect. That’s what Rich Bader says it is all about. The relationship between colleges and area high schools comes down to an understanding and a trust in each other’s strengths. Since becoming an assistant football coach in the area in 1970, Bader has been plucking promising student-athletes from high schools like The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland, Baltimore Poly and St. Paul’s. He knows the area.
  • Family Matters
    February 23, 2011
    Donnell Brown wants to build a family. He wants people who will come to Tuesday nights at Buffalo Wild Wings with him, watch film tapes of Ray Lewis together and be ready to fight on the field with him. Brown wants Stevenson football to become a family just like he helped turn Baltimore Polytechnic Institute into one when he was a high school football captain...
  • Coach's Corner: Understanding What Recruits Look For
    February 21, 2011
    Jesse Correll. Clayton Beard. Dustin Johnson. Phil Hamilton. Antoine Burrell. Joe Battaglia. Together, these six coach positions all across the offensive and defensive sides of the ball, helping to build something unique in Owings Mills. As recent college football players themselves, they understand exactly what recruits are looking for.
  • The Big Bird in the Sky
    February 16, 2011
    Who does Braden Myers remind you of? Head Coach Ed Hottle and defensive coordinator Ed Sweeney think they know. About 10 years ago, they both coached a safety named P.J. Yates. who hit people so hard that one kid quit school. He controlled the airwaves. Both say Myers might be Yates’ second coming...
  • Coach's Corner: Getting Everything Covered
    February 14, 2011
    A college quarterback teaching Mustang players how to play in the secondary? It doesn't sound normal. But it's not supposed to be. Experience in the secondary is only half of his story. The Stevenson defensive backs will get a different education next season from a guy who's played on both sides of the ball.
  • Fast Don't Lie
    February 09, 2011
    There's one kid on the football team who breeds excitement more than any other. He can take screen passes 80 yards for a touchdown. He can spin and juke like Reggie Bush. And he can dance too. The coaches can't wait to see what he does. His name is Brandon Conley.
  • Coach's Corner: Finding Players Who Will Love Getting Dirty
    February 07, 2011
    They are possibly the most important positions on the field and yet, they are definitely the most overlooked. A football team can't really expect to win if they can't win the line of scrimmage. It all starts up front. In his own words, offensive line coach Clayton Beard explains what the Mustangs are looking for from their offensive linemen...
  • A Freshman's Long Journey is Finally Over
    February 02, 2011
    The first day Alphonso Mayo was moved from running back to outside linebacker, Assistant Coach Joe Battaglia knew it would work. At the end of that practice, on a day where they told the freshman nothing about the system except to set the edge, Battaglia could feel it.
  • Coach's Corner: No One Dominates Like Stevenson
    January 31, 2011
    He has won 12 conference championships and been a part of winning programs in four different decades. He has 32 years of college coaching experience, spread out with schools in Pennsylvania, Maryland, New York and Massachusetts. But yet Ed Sweeney is adamant that no one wants to dominate like Stevenson does.
  • Silent But Deadly
    January 26, 2011
    All of them kind of smirk and wave their head when you ask. They told you it was going to be like this. Offensive coordinator Jesse Correll admits the kid may have only said 25 words to him in the past six months. We laugh. And that’s not a joke. Defensive backs coach Dustin Johnson wants you to know that’s just the way he is. Defensive end Sam Lester simply says Ryan Crawley is "silent but deadly.”
  • Football Schedule to be Announced Live on Thursday on WNST
    January 26, 2011
    OWINGS MILLS, Md. - Stevenson head football coach Ed Hottle will announce the school's inaugural football schedule for the 2011 season live on Thursday at 9:45 a.m., as part of the Stevenson Coaches Show on WNST 1570 AM in Baltimore with Drew Forrester.
  • Coach's Corner: From the Helmet to the Headset
    January 24, 2011
    What are some of the most important things recruits look for nowadays in college coaches? Knowledge of the game? Personality? Willingness to listen to them and adapt? A great playing career themselves? The quick-rising Jesse Correll has all of that.
  • Unbreakable
    January 19, 2011
    The Stevenson football coaches all say they are trying to fill their roster with the perfect kid. They want someone who has the intelligence to excel as a student, but is also aggressive on the field and a leader off it. They found it all in one freshman: Sam Lester.
  • Coach's Corner: Why You Need to Be a Mustang
    January 17, 2011
    In the second installment of Coach's Corner, Mustang Head Coach Ed Hottle lays out everything that makes Stevenson unique by outlining the pitch he uses to attract potential recruits.
  • A Quiet Freshman Becomes a Leader
    January 12, 2011
    In sports cliché talk, it’s called an even playing field. And for every freshman football player, that means arriving for camp in early August clueless and naïve. How quickly they improve is a measure of how good they can become. Tim Campbell picked it up immediately.
  • Coach's Corner: Stevenson Football Tackles Recruiting
    January 10, 2011
    There’s a storm brewing in the dead of winter in suburban Baltimore. For the Stevenson University football team, everything is just beginning to take shape. Scheduling for the school’s first ever football season is nearly finished. A multi-million dollar stadium had roots planted in the fall and is growing by the day. Now, all that’s left is for the coaches to fill out the lockers with a team.
  • Stevenson Football Featured on Front Cover of Washington Post
    October 27, 2010
    OWINGS MILLS, Md. - Stevenson's first-year football program, now in its developmental season, made the front page of The Washington Post on Wednesday, October 27 as the major focus of a higher education story on start-up football programs and their roll in attracting more male students to America’s college campuses.
  • Football Announces Formation of Leadership Council
    October 14, 2010
    OWINGS MILLS, Md. - As the Stevenson football team wraps up its final month of practice in October during its development season, head coach Ed Hottle announced on Thursday that the team has formed a Leadership Council comprised of five student-athletes representing both offense and defense.
  • Football Takes the Field for First Time in School History
    August 12, 2010
    OWINGS MILLS, Md. - Under head coach Ed Hottle, the Stevenson football team officially took the field for the first time in school history Thursday, holding the first-ever practice on the turf field at Caves Athletics Complex in Owings Mills, the former training camp home of the Baltimore Colts and Ravens.
  • Stevenson Football to Join Middle Atlantic Conference
    August 06, 2010
    OWINGS MILLS, Md. - Stevenson Director of Athletics Brett Adams announced on Friday that the university's football team, which will take the field for the first time next Thursday, August 12, will join the Middle Atlantic Conference beginning with the school's inaugural season in 2011.
  • Jesse Correll Named Offensive Coordinator at Stevenson
    July 15, 2010
    OWINGS MILLS, Md. - Stevenson announced on Thursday that Port Republic native and Calvert High School graduate Jesse Correll has been hired as an assistant football coach and offensive coordinator. Correll comes to Stevenson after three seasons at Division II Shepherd.
  • Stevenson Football Featured in Monday's Baltimore Sun
    May 24, 2010
    OWINGS MILLS, Md. - As Stevenson's football program gets ready to take the field this fall under first-year head coach Ed Hottle, the program's continues to receive lots of media attention as the Baltimore Sun began the first of a series of articles on the team's inaugural season Monday.
  • Sweeney Named Assistant Football Coach at Stevenson
    May 21, 2010
    OWINGS MILLS, Md. - Stevenson announced on Friday that Ed Sweeney, the 1989 Kodak Division II Coach of the Year at Dickinson and most recently the head coach at Mount Ida, has been hired as the defensive coordinator. Sweeney brings 32 years of college coaching experience to Stevenson.
  • Football to Hold Meeting for Current Students March 30
    March 22, 2010
    OWINGS MILLS, Md. - Stevenson football head coach Ed Hottle will be holding an informational meeting for all current students interested in playing football at Stevenson on Tuesday, March 30 at 4:00 p.m., in Room A of the Rockland Center.
  • Stevenson Football to Hold Open House January 23
    January 08, 2010
    OWINGS MILLS, Md. - The Stevenson football team and first-year head coach Ed Hottle, in conjunction with admissions, will be holding a Football Open House on Saturday, January 23 in the Caves Sports and Wellness Center on the Owings Mills campus. The event runs from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
  • Stevenson Football Coach Featured in Baltimore Sun
    December 26, 2009
    OWINGS MILLS, Md. - Ed Hottle, the first head coach in the history of Stevenson's newly-founded football team, was featured in Saturday's Baltimore Sun. He will work to establish Stevenson's program by recruiting student-athletes for a developmental season to start in 2010.
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