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Seton Hill, Saint Vincent to be tested

Paul Schofield
Saint Vincent athletics
Aaron Smetanka is the new head coach of the Saint Vincent football team.

NCAA Division II


John A. Farrell Stadium, West Chester

Noon, Saturday

2019 records: Seton Hill 0-1; West Chester 2-0

Coaches: Daniel Day, Seton Hill; Bill Zwann, West Chester.

All-time series: West Chester leads 1-0

Last meeting: 2018, West Chester 59, Seton Hill 14

Top players: Seton Hill, RB Logan Wiland; West Chester, QB Paul Dooley

This and that: Seton Hill LB Jayden Emberton-Gaines had 12 tackles and forced a fumble against East Stroudsburg … Dooley completed 17 of 25 passes for 248 yards and three touchdowns last week against Gannon. … West Chester RB Ja’Dean McKenzie scored two touchdowns and rushed for 87 yards.

Up next: Seton Hill hosts Slippery Rock on Sept. 28, and West Chester visits Millersville.

St. Vincent CAP

NCAA Division III


Harold Burry Stadium, New Wilmington

1 p.m. Saturday

2019 records: Saint Vincent 0-1; Westminster 2-0.

Coaches: Aaron Smetanka, Saint Vincent; Scott Benzel, Westminster

Last week: Ithaca 66, Saint Vincent 28.Westminster 45, Waynesburg 21

Top players: QB Brady Walker, Saint Vincent. QB Cole Konieczka, Westminster.

This and that: Konieczka completed 13 of 25 passes for 191 yards and four touchdowns last week. … Walker completed 25 of 39 passes for 280 yards and two touchdowns. … Sam Nowicki of Saint Vincent caught seven passes for 95 yards.

Up next: Carnegie Mellon at Saint Vincent and Westminster at Bethany.

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

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