The PSAC will be represented by two athletes in this year's presentation of the Harlon Hill Trophy. Shippensburg's Zach Zulli and Bloomsburg's Franklyn Quiteh will be joined by Missouri Western's Michael Hill as the top three nominees for the Division II College Football Player of the Year.
Zulli, the PSAC East Offensive Player of the Year, threw for 4,747 yards and 54 touchdowns (ties the D2 record) and completed 62 percent of his passes. Zulli led the Red Raiders to the PSAC East
Updated 11-30-2012 at 11:53 AM by Chuck Bitner
IUP traveled north to New Haven last Saturday and left town with a tight 17-14 victory over the previously unbeaten Chargers. The Crimson Hawks were out performed in many facets of the game, but the final score is the only stat that really matters. The Crimson Hawks will now head south and hit the road to Winston-Salem, North Carolina to take on the 12-0 Winston-Salem State Rams.
The Rams maintained their perfect season by dominating Shippensburg’s thrilling passing attack and by
Updated 11-29-2012 at 11:48 AM by Chuck Bitner
PSAC fans will not get the SR1 Finals match up that they hoped for, but conference champion IUP will have a shot to win the region when they travel to Winston-Salem next Saturday. IUP earned the trip to North Carolina by gutting out a hard earned 17-14 victory over previously unbeaten New Haven. Shippensburg’s season came to an end on the same field IUP will play on next week. The Red Raiders played courageously on defense, but their top ranked offense was rendered helpless by Winston-Salem State.
Updated 11-24-2012 at 10:20 PM by Chuck Bitner
Four teams remain in the Super Region 1 tournament and three of them are conference champions. For the PSAC, Shippensburg put in a dominant second half performance last week to earn their first post-season victory since 1991, and IUP outworked Shepherd for their first playoff win since 2007. Both teams will hit the road for round two and will face unfamiliar opponents. IUP will travel north to take on unbeaten Northeast 10 Champions New Haven while Shippensburg will make the long drive to North
Updated 11-22-2012 at 09:53 AM by Chuck Bitner
Shippensburg’s Zach Zulli and Bloomsburg’s Franklyn Quiteh have been named as the two Super Region 1 finalists for the Harlon Hill trophy. The Harlon Hill trophy is awarded annually to the top player in NCAA Division II football.
There are many great players in the region but I firmly believe that these are the best two nominees. Simply put, Zulli has been the top performer at quarterback and Quiteh has been the top performer at running back. I think it is very possible that both
Updated 11-20-2012 at 02:55 PM by Chuck Bitner