PSAC Week 1 Review
PSAC WEEK 1 REVIEW
It was an exciting opening weekend in the PSAC, from last Thursday on opening night as #8 California survived a test from GMAC (Great Midwest Athletic Conference) favorite Ohio Dominican 36-34. #9 IUP took down ranked GLIAC power Ashland. Saturday was more excitement as Slippery Rock traveled south to the bluegrass state and took down Kentucky State. Here is a rundown of the week 1 scores.
Clarion 0 – UT Martin(FCS) 36
Bentley (NE10) 9 – West Chester 51
Ohio Dominican 34 – Cal U 36
Ashland (GLIAC) 23 – IUP 26
East Stroudsburg 20 – Fairmont State (MEC) 16
Stonehill College 44 (NE10) – Bloomsburg 28
Hillsdale (GMAC) 19 – Mercyhurst 11
Lake Erie (GMAC) 3 – Edinboro 30
Lock Haven 3 – Saint Francis (FCS) 69
Gannon 55 – Southern Connecticut State (NE10) 22
Assumption (NE10) 31 – Kutztown 28
American International (NE10) 7 – Shippensburg 41
Lincoln (CIAA) 28 – Cheyney 56
Slippery Rock 42 – Kentucky State (SIAC) 21
Bowie State (CIAA) 48 – Seton Hill 7
Millersville 20 – Pace (NE10) 28
In the PSAC, week 1 is the only true out of conference week of the season. They played teams from many other regional leagues such as the North East 10 (NE10), Great Midwest Athletic Conference (GMAC)and others.
This weekend begins two weeks of crossover games in the PSAC, eight games with each of the East schools playing the West. These games do not count for standings towards playing in the PSAC State game.
PSAC Power Performance;
Slippery Rock QB
Fort Cherry High School
This week it was a story of renewal, from a small WPIAL football power, Slippery Rock Quarterback Tanner Gary has had quite a trip throughout three college programs. From Bowling Green to FCS power Youngstown State, to Slippery Rock. Tanner seems to have finally found a home and for the first time since playing for the Rangers in the Black Hill Conference of the WPIAL it seemed to come together. Saturday vs. Kentucky State Tanner would have a day, a five touchdown day. (22-34 390yards 5TD 0INT)
Congratulations on the great start to Tanner and Slippery Rock Program.
Week 2 is Saturday September 9th
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