ON CAMPUS A look at the area college sports scene

Friday, October 2, 2009

SCSU defeats New Haven 54-26

It's over
Osiecki connected with Jason Thompson from 28 yards to complete the scoring.
The game was well over by then.
Southern improved to 4-2 and 4-0 in the NE-10.
New Haven falls to 2-3 and 1-3.

SCSU in control
Hazleton booted a 30-yard field goal to put Southern in command.
The Owls have made some mistakes lately but New Haven looks tired.
SCSU 38, New Haven 19

We're in the third
SCSU dominated the ground game in the first half. SCSU had 170 yards rushing while New Haven managed just 43.
Both teams scored TD in the sluggish quarter.
SCSU 35, New Haven 19

Second-quarter action
Jarom Freeman scored his second TD of the night to increase Southern's lead to 21-13.
On the Owls' next possession John Wiechman scored from a yaer out to increase the lead further.
New Haven has been helpless to stop the Owls so far this evening.
SCSU 28, New Haven 13

UNH kicker hurt
Michael Herrera was injured on a kickoff to the Owls late in the first quarter and his absense has hurt the Chargers immediately.
UNH scored on a 14 yard pass from Osiecki to Sharieff Hall but second-stroing kicker Stephen Ward missed the extra point.
Herrera injured his knee and his return is doubtful.
Early in the second quarter, SCSU 14, UNH 13.

First quarter
It took Southern just one play to regain the lead as Roberts connected with Willie Epps on a 32-yard pass. Epps was wide open in the end zone on the long pass play.
The pass followed a long return by Martin Manson who scored on the play but the ball was spotted at the 32 after a block in the back penalty.
SCSU leads 14-7.
New Haven responded on its first possession as Ryan Osiecki hit tight end Kameel Lashley with a 4-yard TD pass on third and goal. The kick was good.
Southern Connecticut took the opening kickoff and marched rather easily down the field to open the scoring 7-0.
Chris Roberts hit Jarom Freeman with a 6-yard touchdown pass to give Southern a 7-0.


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