LATROBE, Pa. – Saint Vincent used a balanced offense and opportunistic defense to earn a 41-25 victory over Presidents’ Athletic Conference foe Geneva College at Chuck Noll Field.
Harbor Creek graduate Ryan Whitman had a 14-yard touchdown reception in the win.
The Bearcats (2-4, 2-2 PAC) amassed a season-high 410 yards of total offense, while the SVC defense forced four Geneva (1-5, 1-3 PAC) turnovers, as Saint Vincent earned its first victory over Geneva since 2017.
GROVE CITY 44, ALLEGHENY 17
MEADVILLE, Pa. — The Grove City College ground attack amassed 297 rushing yards and five touchdowns Saturday night while the Grove City defense forced three fourth quarter turnovers to help the Wolverines earn a 44-17 road win over Allegheny in Presidents’ Athletic Conference football action at Frank Fuhrer Field.
West Middlesex grad Clayton Parrish rushed for 74 yards and three touchdowns in the win.
CARNEGIE MELLON 12, WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON 7
WASHINGTON, Pa. – The Carnegie Mellon University football team, ranked 20th nationally, traveled to Washington, Pennsylvania, to play the Presidents of Washington & Jefferson College. The Tartans strong second half lifted them to a 12-7 Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) victory.
WESTMINSTER 41, THIEL 6
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – Please don’t tell the Titans to pack it in. It’s only mid-October.
As far as Westminster College’s football team is concerned, Saturday’s 41-6 Presidents’ Athletic Conference conquest of Thiel College could be the start of a 5-game, season-ending sprint.