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Seton Hill, Saint Vincent set to host undefeated opponents

Paul Schofield

NCAA Division II

No. 10/15 SLIPPERY ROCK (3-0, 0-0) at SETON HILL (0-2, 0-0)

Offutt Field, Greensburg

2 P.M. Saturday

2019 records: Slippery Rock (3-0); Seton Hill 0-2

All-time series: Slippery Rock leads 8-2

Coaches: Shawn Lutz, Slippery Rock; Daniel Day, Seton Hill.

Last week: Slippery Rock 49, Millersville 0; West Chester 29, Seton Hill 0

Last meeting: 2018, Slippery Rock 49, Seton Hill 26

Top players: Slippery Rock, Roland Rivers III, QB; Seton Hill, Jayden Emberton-Gaines, LB

This and that: Seton Hill LB Jayden Emberton-Gaines had 10 tackles, an interception and forced a fumble against West Chester. … Seton Hill LB Narrio Walks had 12 tackles. … Rivers III completed 21 of 26 passes for 339 yards and 6 touchdowns in the first half against Millersville. … Slippery Rock has not turned the ball over this season.

Up next: Seton Hill plays at Clarion and Slippery Rock visits Mercyhurst.

NCAA Division III


Chuck Noll Field, Latrobe

1 p.m. Saturday

2019 records: Carnegie Mellon 3-0; Saint Vincent 0-2.

Series: Carnegie Mellon leads, 6-5-1

Coaches: Rich Lackner, Carnegie Mellon; Aaron Smetanka, Saint Vincent

Last week: Carnegie Mellon 20, Washington & Jefferson 13.Westminster 42, Saint Vincent 14

Last season: Carnegie Mellon 42, Saint Vincent 27

Top players: Carnegie Mellon, J.D. Dayhuff, QB; Saint Vincent, Keith Kalp, WR.

This and that: Wide receiver Sam Nowicki had seven catches for 41 yards for the Bearcats last week. … Dayhuff has completed 42 of 66 passes for 640 yards and five touchdowns. … Willie Richter is the Tartans’ top receiver with 15 catches for 272 yards.

Up next: Carnegie Mellon travels to Grove City, and Saint Vincent plays host to Geneva, both on Oct. 5.

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

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