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Winston-Salem Returns to Routine

Winston-Salem State returned to practice Tuesday after a five-day break thanks to Hurricane Florence.  The scheduled game against Elizabeth City was called off, so all the Rams could do was wait out the storm.

Lions Prep For First Game Under Bettasso

Missouri Southern will play host to Fort Hays this Saturday in an MIAA football contest. Kickoff from Fred G. Hughes Stadium inside the Robert W. Plaster Sports Complex is slated for 6 pm.

Bears Outlast Storm, Wildcats

It took two lightning delays lasting nearly two hours, but Concordia-St. Paul was able to weather the storm and produce a convincing 29-7 win over Wayne State.

Feature on New Facilities in the MIAA

A week ago, Central Oklahoma senior defensive end Eli Hooks, from Edmond, Oklahoma, got his first look at the football locker room inside the $14 million Sports Performance Center.

Early Offense Helps Lenoir-Rhyne

One of the few faults Drew Cronic found in the LRC win at North Greenville last week was a slow offensive start to the game. Lenoir-Rhyne corrected that in a big way Thursday afternoon.

Newberry Earns First Win of 2008

Keinan Lewis opened and closed the scoring with touchdown receptions as Newberry College defeated Virginia Union of Lynchburg 27-14 Thursday at Setzler Field.

Charleston Dominates Second Half in Win

After a sluggish start, the Charleston football team rallied for 24 second-half points as it pulled away for a 24-10 win over West Liberty Thursday evening at UC Stadium in Charleston.

Winona State Wins a Close Decision Over Sioux Falls

In a fight between two of the heavyweights of Division II football, Winona State won a close decision over Sioux Falls on Saturday.

Minnesota State Rallies Past Augustana

Augustana was never overmatched against Minnesota State in their home opener at Kirkeby-Over Stadium. The end result was simply a matter of which team was able to finish. A failed two-point conversion lifted the visitors to a thrilling 38-36 victory.

Grand Valley Shuts Down Delta

Grand Valley got strong play from its defense and special teams in a 21-10 victory on the road against Delta State.

After a weather delay at the start, the Lakers held Delta State to 325 yards, including 110 in the air and blocked two punts to win its first road game of the season before 5,515 in Cleveland, Mississippi.

Lions Hold on for Win at William Jewell

Texas A&M University-Commerce got out to an early lead and held on for a 27-17 win over William Jewell at Greene Stadium on Saturday.

The Lions move to 2-0 overall on the season and pick up their 12th consecutive victory, extending the longest winning streak in NCAA Division II. The Cardinals fall to 0-1 on the season.

Missouri Western Upsets Fort Hays

Facing a third-and-4 from the Fort Hays State 39-yard line, Missouri Western senior quarterback Dom Marino ran to his right and away from two Tiger defenders.

Northwest Dominates Second Half in Win

There were times when it appeared that Thursday might finally be the night that Washburn found a way to end its long losing streak against Northwest Missouri.

But after leading on two occasions, Northwest flashed the form that has made it one of the nation’s premier Division II programs

Crimson Hawks Storm Past Marauders

Talk about a fast start.

This one was over before most people had even found their seats at Miller Stadium. Heck, the closing notes of the national anthem were still wafting through the air and it was clear that IUP was well on its way to another win.

Gorillas Drill Emporia State

Pittsburg State scored twice in the span of 19 seconds to break open a tie game en route to a 34-13 road victory over Emporia State.

Quarterback John Roderique tossed a four-yard touchdown pass to tight end Jackson Krull to cap an eight-play, 98-yard drive that staked the Gorillas to a 20-13 lead with 10:45 to play in the game.

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