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Saturday, Nov 1
Football
Haskell Indian Nations University at 1:00pm
Missouri Baptist EST
William Penn at 1:00pm
Olivet Nazarene EST
Midwest League Game (Homecoming/Senior Day)
Trinity Bible College at 1:00pm
Trinity International EST
Non-conference
Saint Francis (IN) at 1:00pm
Concordia (MI) EST
Mideast League Game
Siena Heights at 2:00pm
Saint Francis (IL) EST
Mideast League Game
Lindenwood University-Belleville at 3:00pm
Robert Morris (IL) EST
Non-conference
Saint Ambrose at 3:00pm
Saint Xavier EST
Marian at 7:00pm
Taylor EST
Mideast League Game

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USF quarterback Wesley Hunsucker led USF to the upset at Robert Morris.
USF quarterback Wesley Hunsucker led USF to the upset at Robert Morris.
Sun, Oct. 26, 2014 - Viewed 69 times

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. -- Turnabout was fair play for the University of Saint Francis in a 38-20 shocker at NAIA No. 12-ranked Robert Morris University on a sun-bathed, windy Saturday afternoon near Chicago.
 

 
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Sun, Oct. 26, 2014 - Viewed 82 times

ADRIAN, Mich. -- The Siena Heights defense recorded six interceptions, including two which were run back for touchdowns, and claimed a 35-15 victory over Taylor (Ind.) in Mid-States Football Association Mideast League action. With the win, the Saints moved into first place atop the division standings.

 
Junior Randell Wells scored three times Saturday with two TD receptions and a 100-yard kickoff return for a score
Junior Randell Wells scored three times Saturday with two TD receptions and a 100-yard kickoff return for a score
Sat, Oct. 25, 2014 - Viewed 110 times

Oskaloosa, Iowa – A 38-yard field goal attempt by No. 11 ranked William Penn University (Iowa) with 14 seconds remaining sailed wide right as No. 9 Saint Xavier University hung on to capture a key 48-46 Mid-States Football Association (MSFA) Midwest League road victory Saturday afternoon at the Lacey Complex in Oskaloosa, Iowa.  The Cougars (5-2 overall/1-1 MSFA) held a 14-point advantage, 48-34, following a touchdown reception by senior Nick DeBenedetti (Tinley Park, Ill./Andrew) with 10:29 to play, but two long touchdown passes by WPU junior quarterback Tyler Hafner brought the host Statesmen storming back in the final minutes and set up the thrilling ending.  Both teams combined for nearly 1,200 yards (1,195) of total offense in the game.