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Greensburg Salem grad Darius Doty ends Westminster career with big game

Paul Schofield
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Greensburg Salem’s Darius Doty had eight tackles, including 11/2 sacks, in Westminster’s season finale against Morrisville State on Saturday, Nov. 23, 2019.
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Westminster Athletics
Greensburg Salem’s Darius Doty had eight tackles, including 11/2 sacks, in Westminster’s season finale against Morrisville State on Saturday, Nov. 23, 2019.

Westminster senior Darius Doty ended his collegiate football career with the best game of his career on Saturday.

The defensive end and Greensburg Salem graduate helped Westminster defeat SUNY-Morrisville, 35-24, in the Eastern College Athletic Conference’s Clayton Chapman Bowl.

Doty led the Titan defense with eight tackles, a career-high six solo, including 4.5 tackles for a loss and 1.5 sacks.

“It was my final game, so I wanted to leave my mark,” Doty said, “I left it all on the field. I just said, ‘Heck, go off script and make plays.’ It was a lot of fun.”


Doty finished third on the team with 54 tackles including 32 solos, and 2.5 sacks. He had a team-high 14 tackles for loss.

“I had a lot of fun at Westminster,” Doty said. “I played every year and earned four letters. It was a great experience.”

He had 21 tackles for losses during his career. Prior to his eight-tackle performance against Morrisville, he had nine-tackle games against Case Western and Carnegie Mellon.

Doty is a business administration major. He was a three-year letterman at Greensburg Salem and two-year captain. He was an all-conference linebacker his senior season.

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

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