WORTH NOTING: Honors candidate ... hamstring injuries limited his playing time in 1998 ... big-play performer when healthy ... three-year letter winner ... missed part of 1999 spring practice period following minor surgery on his right ankle ... did not play in the spring game.
HONORS: 1999-Received the Virginia Student Aid Foundation's Gretchen Savin MacIlwaine Football Scholarship, awarded for outstanding academic achievement. 1998-All-ACC Academic Football Team. 1997-Honorable mention All-Atlantic Coast Conference ... second-team All-State by the Roanoke Times ... ACC Defensive Back of the Week following UVa's game against Duke (Oct. 18) ... ECAC/Budget Defensive Player of the Week following UVa's game with Duke.
AT VIRGINIA: 1998-Slowed almost all season by hamstring troubles ... had to pick his spots on when to play ... played in nine regular season games, starting five ... also started against Georgia in the Peach Bowl ... did not play against Clemson or Duke ... started the first two games of the season, as well as against Georgia Tech, Wake Forest and Virginia Tech ... totaled 21 tackles (12 solo, nine assists) in 1998 ... three stops vs. San Jose State ... season-high six tackles against Georgia Tech ... four tackles against North Carolina in Virginia's final home game ... intercepted two passes to spearhead the Cavalier defensive effort ... it was the first multi-interception game of his career ... intercepted an Oscar Davenport pass late in the fourth quarter to set up an insurance touchdown for Virginia ... UVa scored a touchdown with 3:06 remaining to go up 30-13 ... also broke up another Tar Heel pass ... had four tackles in the regular season finale against Virginia Tech ... credited with four tackles, three unassisted, in the Peach Bowl ... lettered for the third time. 1997-Started all 11 games at cornerback ... also a valuable special teams performer ... finished fifth on the team in total tackles with 54 (30 solo, 24 assists) ... had two tackles for losses ... also recovered three fumbles, caused a fumble, intercepted a pass, blocked a punt and broke up five passes ... totaled a career-high nine tackles against both North Carolina and Georgia Tech ... had seven solo tackles in the North Carolina game, also a personal best ... got off to a great start in season opener against Auburn ... blocked a punt which resulted in a safety less than three minutes into the game ... picked up a fumble (caused by Antonio Dingle) and ran 17 yards into the end zone against Richmond on the game's first play from scrimmage ... helped give Virginia an early 7-0 first-quarter lead against North Carolina, picking up a blocked punt (by Anthony Poindexter) and racing 33 yards for a touchdown ... finished with eight tackles and broke up three passes against Virginia Tech ... made one of the most memorable plays of the season in UVa's 13-10 win over Duke ... chased down tight end Terrence Dupree following a 32-yard reception ... wrestled the ball away from Dupree to give Virginia possession at its own 43-yard line with the score tied at 10 in the fourth quarter ... UVa then drove 45 yards in nine plays to set up a game-winning 29-yard field goal by John Allen Roberts with 2:31 remaining ... Stukes finished with seven tackles, two for losses totaling 12 yards, against the Blue Devils ... recovered a fumble in the third quarter against Clemson to give the Cavaliers the ball at midfield in a tight contest ... Virginia scored a touchdown on the ensuing drive en route to a 21-7 victory ... earned his second letter. 1996-Played in 10 of 11 regular season contests and the Carquest Bowl as a reserve defensive back and on special teams ... was injured and missed the game against Georgia Tech ... usually the first player down field on punt coverage ... had 19 tackles (seven solo, 12 assists) and caused one fumble ... tallied a season-high six tackles, including five solo stops, against Central Michigan ... was in on three tackles against Virginia Tech ... had two tackles each against Wake Forest, Texas and Florida State ... also caused a fumble in the Texas game ... lettered. 1995-Red-shirted ... did not play in a game ... was in uniform against Duke, Florida State and Maryland.
HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter at McDonogh High School, playing wide receiver and running back on offense and in the secondary on defense ... played his senior year for coach Dominic Damico and his freshman, sophomore and junior years for coach Mike Working ... selected to All-America team by SuperPrep as a senior ... two-time All-State Private Schools and All-Baltimore City/County selection ... chosen All-Metro first team twice, second team once and honorable mention once by Baltimore Sun ... led the state of Maryland in all-purpose yards his senior year ... selected to participate in City vs. County Game and in Chesapeake Classic football game ... team co-captain ... recipient of the Eagle Award and Blanche A.C. Wells Award at McDonogh High School ... three-year letter winner in basketball ... basketball team won Maryland State B Division Championship ... selected to Paul Kinney Classic All-Tournament team ... also competed in track and field ... placed second in both 100-meter and 200-meter dashes and finished third in 400-meter relay and fifth in 1600-meter relay in state of Maryland ... also played baseball.
PERSONAL: Charles Dwayne Lamar Stukes ... born 1-24-77 in Portsmouth, Va. ... lives with his mother and stepfather, Gloria and Victor Billups ... has two brothers, Victor, Jr., and Eric, and four sisters, Syreatha, Sheri, Courtney and Michelle ... father, Charles Stukes, played professional football with the Baltimore Colts and Los Angeles Rams ... honored in Who's Who in High School Sports ... church usher ... Rollins-Lutkemeyer Scholar ... SGA Proctor ... history major.
Tot For Fum Fum Pass Blk
Year Games Plays Solo Assists Tackles Loss QBS Rec Cau Brk Int Kick
1996 10 160 7 12 19 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
1997 11 692 30 24 54 2/-12 0 3 1 5 1 1
1998 9 333 12 9 21 0 0 0 0 1 2 0
Career 30 1185 49 45 94 2/-12 0 3 2 6 3 1
STUKES KICKOFF RETURNS
Year Games Number Yards Average Long TD
1997 11 2 38 19.0 23 0
STUKES PUNT RETURNS
Year Games Number Fair Catch Yards Average Long TD
1997 11 1 0 4 1 41.0 33 1
Opp. U-A-Tot. TFL# Other
Cent. Mich. 5-1-6 0
Maryland 1-0-1 0
@Wake Forest 0-2-2 0
Texas 0-2-2 0 FC
@Ga. Tech INJ
N.C. State 1-0-1 0
@Florida State 0-2-2 0
@Duke 0-1-1 0
Clemson 0-0-0 0
North Carolina 0-1-1 0
@Va. Tech 0-3-3 0
Miami*** 0-0-0 0
Opp. U-A-Tot. TFL# Other
Auburn 3-1-4 0 BK
Richmond 2-0-2 0 FR
@North Carolina 7-2-9 0 PBU
Wake Forest 2-2-4 0
@Clemson 1-1-2 0 FR
Duke 4-3-7 2/-12 FR, FC
Florida State 3-2-5 0
@Maryland 1-2-3 0 PBU
Georgia Tech 5-4-9 0
@NC State 0-1-1 0 Int
Virginia Tech 2-6-8 0 3 PBU
Opp. U-A-Tot. TFL# Other
@Auburn 1-0-1 0
Maryland 0-0-0 0
San Jose State 1-2-3 0
@Georgia Tech 5-1-6 0
N.C. State 0-0-0 0
@Wake Forest 0-1-1 0
@Florida State 1-1-2 0
North Carolina 1-3-4 0 PBU, 2 Int.
@Virginia Tech 3-1-4 0
Georgia^^^ 3-1-4 0
^^^ - Peach Bowl
*** - Carquest Bowl
# - includes quarterback sacks
1996 Opp. U-A-Tot. TFL# Other Cent. Mich. 5-1-6 0 Maryland 1-0-1 0 @Wake Forest 0-2-2 0 Texas 0-2-2 0 FC @Ga. Tech INJ N.C. State 1-0-1 0 @Florida State 0-2-2 0 @Duke 0-1-1 0 Clemson 0-0-0 0 North Carolina 0-1-1 0 @Va. Tech 0-3-3 0 Miami*** 0-0-0 0
1997 Opp. U-A-Tot. TFL# Other Auburn 3-1-4 0 BK Richmond 2-0-2 0 FR @North Carolina 7-2-9 0 PBU Wake Forest 2-2-4 0 @Clemson 1-1-2 0 FR Duke 4-3-7 2/-12 FR, FC Florida State 3-2-5 0 @Maryland 1-2-3 0 PBU Georgia Tech 5-4-9 0 @NC State 0-1-1 0 Int Virginia Tech 2-6-8 0 3 PBU
1998 Opp. U-A-Tot. TFL# Other @Auburn 1-0-1 0 Maryland 0-0-0 0 Clemson INJ @Duke INJ San Jose State 1-2-3 0 @Georgia Tech 5-1-6 0 N.C. State 0-0-0 0 @Wake Forest 0-1-1 0 @Florida State 1-1-2 0 North Carolina 1-3-4 0 PBU, 2 Int. @Virginia Tech 3-1-4 0 Georgia^^^ 3-1-4 0 ^^^ - Peach Bowl *** - Carquest Bowl # - includes quarterback sacks
STUKES CAREER HIGHS
Solo Tackles: 7 vs. North Carolina, 9-27-97
Ast. Tackles: 6 vs. Virginia Tech, 11-29-97
Total Tackles: 9 vs. North Carolina, 9-27-97; Georgia Tech, 11-8-97
TFL: 2 vs. Duke, 10-18-97
Interceptions: 2 vs. North Carolina, 11-14-98
(Does not include Bowl Games)
Solo Tackles: 7 vs. North Carolina, 9-27-97 Ast. Tackles: 6 vs. Virginia Tech, 11-29-97 Total Tackles: 9 vs. North Carolina, 9-27-97; Georgia Tech, 11-8-97 TFL: 2 vs. Duke, 10-18-97 Interceptions: 2 vs. North Carolina, 11-14-98
Prime Opportunity Eludes CavaliersWomen's Basketball2/18/18Virginia, which lost Sunday to ACC rival Miami at John Paul Jones Arena, has two regular-season games remaining, both on the road.Jackson Comfortable in Leading RoleWomen's Lacrosse2/16/18As a sophomore last season, Maggie Jackson led the Cavaliers in points, ground balls and draw controls and tied for the lead in assists.Eikhoff Eager to Assume Larger RoleBaseball2/15/18No. 15 Virginia, which opens the season Friday against No. 22 Central Florida, is counting on production from junior infield Nate Eikhoff.
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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.
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