University of Iowa Athletics
LB

#15 Steve Manders

Height 6-1
Weight 240 lbs.
Class Fr.
Hometown Crofton, Md.
High School Archbishop Spalding
Previous School Fork Union Military Academy

Hawk Item – – Joined Iowa program as a walk-on after attending Fork Union Military Academy for one year . . . moved to fullback from linebacker during 2014 preseason camp.

2016 – – Not listed on depth chart following spring practice.

2015 – – Saw action in 62-16 win over North Texas, but had no statistics as offense gained 488 yards total offense.

2014 – – Did not see any game action.

2013 – – Did not see any game action.

Prep School – – Started at fullback and linebacker in one season at prep school under Coach John Shuman.

High school honors – – Named first team all-state as a senior and third team as a junior . . . selected to Chesapeake Bowl and Maryland Crab Bowl all-star games following senior season . . . first team all-county and all-conference as a junior . . . team MVP as a junior and senior . . . Career – – Three-year starter and letterman while playing fullback, running back and linebacker, helping prep team post 26-7 record in three seasons while making state playoffs two years . . . recorded 125 tackles as a senior, with 27 tackles for loss and one interception . . . on offense had 150 rushing attempts for 789 yards and nine touchdowns, along with 121 yards and two touchdowns on 16 receptions . . . collected 115 tackles as a junior, with 25 tackles for loss, one interception and three pass break-ups . . . on offense had 275 rushing yards on 45 attempts and 58 receiving yards on six receptions, while scoring six touchdowns . . . recorded 98 tackles as a sophomore, with 10 tackles for loss and two interceptions . . . rushed 65 times for 358 yards and two scores . . . football team captain as a junior and senior . . . also three-year letterman in wrestling and lettered one year in lacrosse.

Personal – – Born 10/23/93 . . . exercise science major . . . parents are Debbie and Greg Manders . . . member of prep Honor Roll . . . high school coach was Mike Whittles.