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Weekend College Top 10: IUP wins big behind Duane Brown’s 4 TDs

Jeff Vella
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IUP’s Duane Brown, shown earlier this season, scored four touchdowns Saturday.

Every Monday, the Tribune-Review will highlight 10 top area college performances from the weekend:

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1. Brown’s big day propels IUP

Duane Brown (Apollo-Ridge) scored four touchdowns, leading the No. 21 Crimson Hawks past host Mercyhurst, 56-25, in a PSAC game Saturday.

Brown caught seven passes for 153 yards and three TDs and also scored on a 3-yard rush.

IUP (4-0, 1-0) trailed 24-21 in the second quarter before Brown scored three straight times. QB Quinton Maxwell set season highs with 324 passing yards and four touchdowns. The Crimson Hawks face Cal (Pa.) in the Coal Bowl at 2 p.m. Saturday.

Mercyhurst dropped to 2-2, 0-1.

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2. No. 10 Slippery Rock rolls to another win

Roland Rivers III accounted for 423 yards and five touchdowns as The Rock routed Seton Hill, 55-14, in a PSAC game Saturday.

Rivers went 14 of 20 for 301 yards and three TDs and ran for 122 yards and two TDs. On the season, he has completed 75.5 percent of his passes and thrown for 19 TDs and no interceptions.

Jermaine Wynn Jr. (Woodland Hills) had six catches for 122 yards and a touchdown, and Henry Litwin caught four passes for 105 yards and a touchdown for Slippery Rock (4-0, 1-0).

Darnell Carey (West Mifflin) returned a kickoff 91 yards for a touchdown for Seton Hill (0-3, 0-1).

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3. Carnegie Mellon WR ties record in victory

Kris Hughes equaled the school record with four touchdown catches, leading the Tartans (4-0, 3-0) past Saint Vincent, 49-14, in a PAC game Saturday.

Hughes finished with five catches for 120 yards. JD Dayhuff threw for 218 yards, and the four touchdown passes were a personal best.

CMU won the turnover battle 6-0, and Quinn Gaughan recorded eight tackles. Long Tran finished with two sacks and moved into fifth place on the school’s all-time list with 17.

Andre Dixon finished with six catches for 134 yards and a touchdown for the Bearcats (0-3, 0-2).

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4. Cal (Pa.) football smothers Edinboro

The Vulcans held Edinboro to minus-4 rushing yards and 154 yards overall in a 24-7 PSAC victory Saturday.

Israel Xavier and Julian Cox (New Castle) finished with seven tackles apiece for Cal (3-1, 1-0).

Noah Mitchell threw for a season-high 290 yards, and Tyson Hill (Valley) caught eight passes for a career-best 136 yards.

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5. Allegheny’s Victor breaks receptions record

Senior Alex Victor caught 12 passes against Ohio Wesleyan on Saturday to become the Gators’ all-time leader with 169. Victor scored his team’s only touchdown — the 33rd of his career — in a 28-10 loss.

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6. W&J football continues dominance of Grove City

Washington & Jefferson rolled up 452 total yards and beat the Wolverines, 38-21, in the PAC on Saturday for its eighth consecutive win in the series.

Jacob Adams went 23 of 34 for 279 yards and two touchdowns for the Presidents (3-1, 2-1), who bounced back from last week’s loss to Carnegie Mellon. Josh Burns (Moon) finished with a career-high 126 receiving yards.

W&J held Grove City standout Wesley Schools to 56 yards on 18 carries. He entered the game averaging 138 yards per game.

Sean Doran (Neshannock) record a team-best nine tackles (three for a loss) in the win, and Mitch DeZort (Highlands) had six tackles.

Cameron Drake caught eight passes for 142 yards and a touchdown for the Wolverines (2-2, 1-2).

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7. No. 4 Pitt volleyball improves to 13-1

Kayla Lund had 12 kills and eight digs, helping the Panthers sweep Virginia Tech, 25-14, 25-22, 25-28, in an ACC match Sunday. Layne Van Buskirk and Chinaza Ndee totaled eight kills apiece for Pitt (2-0 ACC). The Hokies dropped to 7-8, 0-2.

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8. Allegheny field hockey earns 1st win in program history

Vivian Super had two goals and an assist as the first-year Gators program topped Ferrum, 4-0, on Sunday. Hallie Reiger and Heather Amancio combined on the shutout for Allegheny (1-7).

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9. Fast start fuels Point Park men’s soccer

The Pioneers scored five times in the first 25 minutes en route to a 6-3 victory Saturday over Indiana University East.

Geert Bijl had two goals and an assist, and Daan Stormink had a goal and an assist for Point Park (6-1, 1-0 River States Conference), which has won five straight. IU East dropped to 6-4-1, 1-1.

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10. Gannon QB matches TD record

Jimmy Keefe equaled the school record by throwing for five touchdowns, leading the Golden Knights past Clarion, 51-35, in the PSAC on Saturday.

Keefe’s 374 passing yards were the eighth-best single-game total in school history, and it put him over 3,000 for his career, which ranks sixth at Gannon. The Golden Knights improved to 2-2, 1-0.

Mylique McGriff ran 23 times for 146 yards and a touchdown for Clarion (2-2, 0-1).

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

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