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Seton Hill, Saint Vincent football teams face district showdowns

Paul Schofield
Redshirt senior defensive back Fardan Allen has two interceptions and is second on Seton Hill with 49 tackles.

NCAA Division II

Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference


Adamson Stadium

College Videos

4 p.m. Saturday

Records: Seton Hill 2-6, 2-4 PSAC West; Cal (Pa.) 6-3, 4-2

Coaches: Daniel Day, Seton Hill; Gary Dunn, Cal (Pa.)

Last week: IUP 50, Seton Hill 23; Slippery Rock 31, Cal (Pa.) 28

All-time series: Cal (Pa.) leads 7-0

Last season: Cal (Pa.) 49, Seton Hill 34

Top players: Seton Hill, Kinan Humphrey, WR; Cal (Pa.), Nelson Brown, RB

This and that: Seton Hill QB Ryan Barabe completed 32 of 58 passes for 366 yards and three touchdowns against IUP. … Humphrey caught 12 passes for 142 yards and three touchdowns. … Nelson rushed for 137 yards and three touchdowns against Slippery Rock. … Cal (Pa.) LB Noah Dillow had a team-high nine tackles (six solo) against the Rock.

Up next: Seton Hill travels to Shephard on Nov. 16, and Cal (Pa.) visits West Chester.

NCAA Division III

President’s Athletic Conference


Cameron Stadium

1 p.m. Saturday

Records: Saint Vincent 2-6, 2-5 Presidents’ Athletic Conference; Washington & Jefferson 5-3, 4-3

Series: Washington & Jefferson leads 9-1.

Coaches: Aaron Smetanka, Saint Vincent; Mike Sirianni, Washington & Jefferson

Last week: Grove City 35, Saint Vincent 20; Westminster 28, Washington & Jefferson 21 (Oct. 26)

Last season: Washington & Jefferson 33, Saint Vincent 9.

Top players: Saint Vincent, Nick Srnka, K; Washington & Jefferson, Jordan West, RB

This and that: Srnka made field goals of 26 and 36 yards against Grove City. … Saint Vincent RB Mike Stasko has rushed for 691 yards and nine touchdowns this season. … Washington & Jefferson scored 21 consecutive points to tie the score in the fourth quarter, then gave up a long touchdown run a minute later. … Washington & Jefferson QB Jacobs Adams, who threw for 299 yards, tossed three touchdowns.

Up next: Washington & Jefferson will finish the season hosting Waynesburg, and Saint Vincent will host Bethany on Nov. 16.

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

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