|Matt Cook set the school record for career rushing
touchdowns in Delaware Valley's shutout of Washington and
Delaware Valley athletics file photo
No. 10 Delaware Valley dominated No. 20 Washington
and Jefferson 27-0 to open the PAC-MAC challenge. The Aggies
rolled up 466 yards and allowed just 67 while gaining gained 27
first downs to the Presidents' five. Week 2 scoreboard.
Grove City did come up with an upset, beating Lebanon Valley 17-14. But Widener shut out Thiel, Lycoming crushed Westminster and FDU-Florham beat St. Vincent. Bethany survived a late field goal attempt to top King's 31-29 and salvage some PAC pride. Albright beat Geneva 54-27 in front of a huge road crowd.
Saturday night, homestanding No. 14 Hardin-Simmons upended No. 13
Willamette 31-22. UW-Eau Claire knocked off No. 9 St. John's
23-20 in overtime, while No. 7 Central overcame three interceptions by Ben
Hall to beat Augustana 28-23 on the road.
No. 6 Mary Hardin-Baylor's trip to WIAC country had a rough start as the Crusaders fell behind UW-La Crosse 19-0. But they scored the next 24 points while holding the Eagles without a first down for four possessions and Mary Hardin-Baylor escaped with a 24-19 victory. No. 2 Mount Union edged away from UW-Oshkosh in the third quarter to go on to win 45-28 in its season opener as Neal Seaman answered a lot of questions with 26-for-37 passing and five touchdowns. A d3photography.com photo gallery
Monmouth lost quarterback Alex Tanney to a shoulder injury early on and Grinnell came up with a gigantic win, 17-15. Ursinus took its first lead with 6:21 left in the game and made it stand up 10-7 against Franklin and Marshall in a key Centennial Conference game. Coast Guard batted down a two-point conversion pass in the closing minutes and the Bears held on to beat archrival Merchant Marine 10-8 for the Secretary's Cup in New London, Conn. Cortland State scored 17 unanswered points and won 24-12 at Kean in a game between NJAC contenders. Michael Engle threw a school-record six touchdown passes in his first career start as DePauw opened with a 45-16 win against Rose-Hulman. Randolph-Macon improved to 2-0 and handed Johns Hopkins a loss in its first game of the season, scoring with 33 seconds left to win 41-37.
North Park scored 22 points in the fourth quarter to rally past Benedictine 31-20. UW-Platteville donned orange for the first time in its stadium's 39-year history and had a comeback for the ages in beating Dubuque 21-17.