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Third-string quarterback Hunter Collins came off the bench to lead the Statesmen to victory
Third-string quarterback Hunter Collins came off the bench to lead the Statesmen to victory
Sun, Sep. 14, 2014 - Viewed 104 times

Fort Wayne, Ind.--A historical win might just set the table for a memorable season as the William Penn football team defeated #6 Saint Francis (Ind.) 28-27 in an MSFA crossover game Saturday.

 
Senior running back Khary Ferguson had 63 yards rushing and two touchdowns Saturday night
Senior running back Khary Ferguson had 63 yards rushing and two touchdowns Saturday night
Sat, Sep. 13, 2014 - Viewed 78 times

CHICAGO – Led by a pair of rushing touchdowns and 63 yards on the ground by senior running back Khary Ferguson (Indianapolis, Ind./Thomas More/Cardinal Ritter), the No. 16 ranked Saint Xavier University football team held on to stun No. 15 (NCAA Division II) University of Indianapolis, 19-14, Saturday night in SXU's home opener at Bruce R. Deaton Memorial Field in Chicago.  The Cougar defense also played a large part in the victory holding the visiting Greyhounds to 296 yards of total offense and three turnovers (two fumbles, one interception).  In last season's meeting at Key Stadium in Indianapolis, UIndy used a strong second half showing to pull away for a 51-20 victory.  With Saturday's win, the Cougars improve to 2-0 on the year, while Indianapolis falls to 1-1.

 
Adam Morrison scored on a 73-yard TD reception.
Adam Morrison scored on a 73-yard TD reception.
Sat, Sep. 13, 2014 - Viewed 85 times

JOLIET, Ill. – Junior Trace Wanless (Glen Ellyn, Ill./ Glenbard South) threw two touchdown passes and ran for another as No. 20-ranked University of St. Francis defeated Lindenwood University-Belleville 40-7 in nonconference football action Saturday at ATI Field at Joliet Memorial Stadium.