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2000’s :  A Time of Change & Continuity 

Matt Nagy - circa 2000

 

Bold designates Home Games at Tubby Raymond Field at Delaware Stadium  
 
2004 
2003
15-1 - A-10 Conference Champ and IAA(FCS) National Champions
Head Coach:  Kurt C. “K.C.” Keeler
Sept 6          The Citadel       Hens 41- Bull Dogs 7
Sept 13        Richmond        Hens 44 - Spiders 14
Sept 20       West Chester   Hens 49 - Rams 7
Sept 27       At Hofstra       Hens 24 - Pride 14
Oct 4          William & Mary  Hens 41 - Tribe 27
Oct 11       At New Hampshire  Hens 22 - Wildcats 21  
Oct 18 
      Rhode Island        Hens 55- Rams 10
Oct 25 
     At Navy               Hens 21 - Navy 17
Nov 1        Maine                Hens 24 - Black Bears 21 OT
Nov 8       At North Eastern    Huskies 24 - Hens 14
Nov 15     Massachusetts       Hens 51 - Minutemen 45 3OT
Nov 22     At Villanova        Hens 20 - Wildcats 17
Nov 29     IAA Playoff 1st Round Southern Illinois 
       Hens 48 - Salukis 7
Dec 6 
      IAA Playoff 2nd Round Northern Iowa         Hens 37 - Panthers 7
Dec. 13    IAA Playoff Semi-finals Wofford                  Hens 24 - Terriers 9
Dec. 19     I-AA Championship Colgate                      Hens 40 - Raiders 0

IAA National Champions
- Final Record  15-1
 
2002
(6-6, 4-5 Atlantic 10, t4th)
Head Coach:  Kurt C. “K.C.” Keeler
Captain:  Dan Mulhern
 
8/29/02            Georgia Southern         22-19                     19,056
9/7/02              Richmond                        13-15                      6,364 
9/14/02            The Citadel                     20-24                     14,105
9/21/02            West Chester                 31-10                    21,064
9/28/02            William & Mary              42-45                      11,682
10/5/02            Northeastern                 27-10                    21,043
10/12/02          James Madison             23-10                    19,666
10/19/02          Rhode Island                   14-17                       5,791
10/26/02          New Hampshire              21-9                      19,866
11/2/02            Massachusetts                   7-17                      11,553
11/9/02            Maine                              37-13                       4,792
11/23/02          Villanova                       34-38                      20,850
 
WHYY profiles Tubby Raymond the winningest coach in Delaware football history
2001
(4-6, 4-5 Atlantic 10, t6th)
Head Coach:  Harold R. “Tubby” Raymond
Captain:  Darrell Edmonds
 
8/30/01           Rhode Island                    7-10                       20,794
9/8/01              Georgia Southern              7-38                         16,105
9/15/01           West Chester                    GAME CANCELLED
9/22/01           Massachusetts                  35-7                       20,372
9/29/01           Northeastern                      7-20                        3,389
10/6/01           New Hampshire                49-36                        5,584
10/13/01         Hofstra                            14-39                       20,866
10/20/01         William & Mary             17-21                       21,563  
11/3/01            James Madison                28-3                        10,000
11/10/01          Richmond                        10-6                        18,923
11/17/01          Villanova                         14-19                       11,829 
 
 
2000
(12-2, 7-1 Atlantic 10, t1st)
Head Coach:  Harold R. “Tubby” Raymond
Captains:  Brian McKenna, Craig Cummings
 
9/2/00           Rhode Island                       29-7                     3,016
9/9/00           The Citadel                        38-0                    22,075 
9/16/00         Hofstra                                44-14                  7,706
9/23/00         West Chester                     84-0                   21,152
9/30/00         Northeastern                     42-0                    17,811
10/7/00         Richmond                            17-7                     13,100 
10/14/00       William & Mary                 28-17                     7,416
10/28/00       James Madison                 33-14                  22,009
11/4/00         New Hampshire                 44-45 [OT]          21,854
11/11/00       Massachusetts                      31-19                   8,680
11/18/00       Villanova                           59-42                   22,020
11/25/00       Portland State                   49-14                   12,945
                    (I-AA Playoffs - Opening Round) 
12/2/00         Lehigh                                49-22                  16,390  
                    (I-AA Playoffs - Quarterfinals)
12/9/00         Georgia Southern              18-27                  15,035 
                    (I-AA Playoffs - Semifinals)
 
Lambert Cup Champions
ECAC Team of the Year
Atlantic 10 Conference Co-Champions