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District college football: Seton Hill set for visit from Gannon

Paul Schofield


Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference

Gannon (2-3, 1-1 PSAC West) at Seton Hill (0-4, 0-2 PSAC West)

Offutt Field, Greensburg

4 p.m. Saturday

Records: Gannon 2-3, Seton Hill 0-4

Coaches: Brad Rzyczycki, Gannon; Daniel Day, Seton Hill

Last week: Edinboro 18, Gannon 17; Clarion 42, Seton Hill 16

Series: Gannon leads 6-0

Last meeting: 2018, Gannon 48, Seton Hill 28

Top players: Gannon, Carlos Gomez, RB; Seton Hill, Jaylen McDuffie, LB

This and that: Gomez made his first start and rushed for 98 and caught two passes for 14 yards against Edinboro. … QB Ryan Barabe completed 19 of 35 passes for 287 yards against Clarion. … McDuffie had 13 tackles, 2 1/2 tackles for losses.

Up next: Seton Hill travels to Mercyhurst; Gannon hosts Cal (Pa.).


Presidents’ Athletic Conference

Saint Vincent (0-4, 0-3 PAC) at Thiel (0-5, 0-4 PAC)

Alumni Stadium, Greenville

3 p.m. Saturday

Records: Saint Vincent 0-4, Thiel 0-5.

Series: Thiel leads 11-10.

Coaches: Aaron Smetanka, Saint Vincent; Mike Winslow, Thiel

Last week: Geneva 48, Saint Vincent 10; Waynesburg 14, Thiel 13

Last season: Saint Vincent 35, Thiel 13

Top players: Saint Vincent, Ben Davis, LB; Thiel, Jaseem Campbell, DT.

This and that: Saint Vincent has won the past four meetings … Davis leads Saint Vincent with 30 tackles. … WR Sam Nowicki (Greensburg CC) has 17 catches for 160 yards and a touchdown. … Thiel CB Eligah Flynn returned an interception for a touchdown against Waynesburg. … Thiel’s other score was a fumble return by Trou Johnson.

Up next: Saint Vincent hosts Case Western Reserve, and Thiel hosts Westminster on Oct. 19.

Paul Schofield is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Paul by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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