Archive for October, 2011


PSAC Athletes of the Week – Oct. 30

(Week 9) PSAC East Offensive Player of the Week Mike Frenette, Shippensburg RB, Jr., Carlisle, Pa./Cumberland Valley Frenette ran for a career-high 177 yards on just 18 carries (9.8 ypc) and two touchdowns to lead Shippensburg to a 40-0 win over Millersville. His rushing total marked the most by a Red Raider back in two […]

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[WOU Football] Wolves complete perfect season at home with 40-28 win

MONMOUTH, Ore.– After a sluggish first half the Western Oregon Wolves built momentum behind a couple of backups in the second half to complete a perfect home season with a 40-28 victory over Dixie State on Saturday, Oct. 29th.Trevor Roush rushed for 111 yards in the second half and his first touchdown of the season […]

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Long time coming: Boxers bring home win on homecoming

Northwest Conference Football Pacific 44, Puget Sound 25 FOREST GROVE – Pacific’s long awaited first win came on one of the best performances since the program returned to the field in 2010 Saturday, thrilling a homecoming crowd with a 44-25 victory over Puget Sound in Northwest Conference football action at Lincoln Park Stadium. The Boxers […]

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Grizzlies unable to hold early lead in 26-17 to #25 Colorado Mines

Orediggers score 14 points in second half after trailing by three at the half 10/29/2011 ALAMOSA, Colo. – Touchdowns of 78 and 41 yards, as well as a 50-yard field goal by junior David Van Voris (Elizabeth, Colo.) put the Grizzlies up by three points at halftime against the 25th-ranked Orediggers, but Colorado Mines scored […]

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UW-Whitewater Football… Coppage Breaks Record in Win Over Pointers

UW-Whitewater, 8-0 overall and 5-0 in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and ranked number one in the Division III polls, defeated UW-Stevens Point 31-16, 4-4 and 2-3, at Perkins Stadium Saturday as Warhawk senior tailback Levell Coppage made several record book entries.  The Warhawks extended their college football leading win streak to 38 games, including 25 […]

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