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Saint Vincent set for first game under new coach

Paul Schofield
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NCAA Division III

ITHACA vs. SAINT VINCENT

Chuck Noll Field, Latrobe

1 p.m. Saturday

2018 records: Ithaca 8-3. Saint Vincent 1-9.

Coaches: Dan Swanstrom, Ithaca. Aaron Smetanka, Saint Vincent.

All-time series: Ithaca leads 1-0

Last meeting: 2018, Ithaca 38, Saint Vincent 14

Top players: QB Joe Germinerio, Ithaca. DT Izaak Gray, Saint Vincent.

This and that: Saint Vincent turned the ball over five times and gave up more than 400 yards of offense in the 2018 contest. … Saint Vincent captains are Sam Nowicki, Mike Stasko, Mike Turner Jr., and Jeremy Woodlark. … This is Smetana’s first season as coach. The Saint Vincent grad coached at Greensburg Central Catholic in 2018.

Up next: Ithaca plays host to Alfred on Sept. 14 and Saint Vincent plays host to Westminster on Sept. 21.

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

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