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Seton Hill, Saint Vincent football teams seek 3rd win

Paul Schofield
A goalpost is seen before an NCAA college football game between Indiana and Ohio State, Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019, in Bloomington, Ind. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

NCAA Division II

Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference


Rams Stadium, Shepherdstown, W.Va.

Noon Saturday

Records: Seton Hill 2-7, 2-5 PSAC West; Shepherd 8-2, 6-1 PSAC East

Coaches: Daniel Day, Seton Hill; Ernie McCook, Shepherd

Last week: Cal (Pa.) 28, Seton Hill 14; Shepherd 42, Bloomsburg 35

Series: Shepherd leads 1-0

Last meeting: 2012, Shepherd 41, Seton Hill 6

Top players: Seton Hill, Ryan Barabe, QB; Shepherd, Tyson Bagent, QB

This and that: Seton Hill QB Ryan Barabe completed 21 of 43 passes for 244 yards and a touchdown against Cal (Pa.). … Seton Hill LB Narrio Walks recorded 13 tackles. … This is Shepherd’s first season in the PSAC. … Shepherd RB Deonte Glover rushed for five touchdowns and 135 yards against Bloomsburg. … Bagent completed 30 of 39 passes for 336 yards and a touchdown against Bloomsburg.

NCAA Division III

President’s Athletic Conference


Chuck Noll Stadium, Latrobe

1 p.m. Saturday

Records: Bethany 4-5, 4-4 PAC; Saint Vincent 2-7, 2-7 PAC

Coaches: Bill Garvey, Bethany; Aaron Smetanka, Saint Vincent

Last week: Bethany 37, Thiel 7; Washington & Jefferson 42, Saint Vincent 10

Series: Bethany leads 10-2.

Last meeting: 2018, Bethany 35, Saint Vincent 0

Top players: Bethany, Greg Avent, RB; Saint Vincent, Sam Nowicki, WR

This and that: Avent rushed for 104 yards in a win against Thiel. … Bethany’s defense returned two interceptions for scores including a 52-yarder by DB Quinn Eggleston. … Saint Vincent WR Sam Nowicki caught a 63-yard touchdown pass against W&J and finished with 107 yards receiving. … QB Lorenzo Cota completed 12 of 21 passes for 221 yards.

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

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