The New Haven Chargers have a rich history of success over the years and two players last Saturday added to their names to the record books.
First, running back Andre Anderson had the most rushing yards in a single game for New Haven. Carrying the ball 32 times for 319 yards and three scores in the 44-21 victory at St. Anselm. Anderson just kept running through huge holes from his offensive line.
"The OL was fantastic," New Haven head coach
The regular season is over. Championship weekend preparations are in full force right now. Here are the recaps from the final regular season weekend in the NE-10:
Merrimack rallies past Southern Connecticut:
Assumption defeats Stonehill:
Video highlights of Bentley over
Can you believe that it is already Week 10 in the NE-10? Another season has flown by and we are looking forward to championship weekend. But before that, we still need to determine one more slot int he championship game and three other games next weekend.
New Haven (6-3, 6-2 NE-10) @ St. Anselm (2-7, 2-6 NE-10)
When: November 7th, 12:00 PM
All-Time Series: New Haven leads the series, 4-2-0
My Thoughts: 2nd place is on the line.
The second edition of the Super Region One rankings has been released. Let's take a look at the top 10 in the region:
1. Shepherd 8-0, 8-0 DII
The Rams are again at the top of the Mountain East as they have beaten all comers this year. They still have games on the road at Fairmont State and at home against Urbana. If they win both games, Shepherd will be the top seed in the region and earn the bye.
2. Bowie State 8-1, 8-0 DII
Assumption has been the best team in the NE-10 this year. And the main reason for that has been their special teams. It is an often overlooked part of the game but has fueled the Greyhounds to an 8-1, 7-1 NE-10 record this year.
The latest example occurred last Friday night as the Assumption special teams accounted for the first 24 points of the game in route to a 40-7 victory over Bentley. It all started on the first punt of the game for Bentley.