Inaugural Championship Game
New Haven won the first ever NE-10 football championship by beating AIC for the second consecutive week in dominating fashion. This time, the Chargers fell behind early before turning up the gears and winning the game 37-12.
New Haven finishes the season undefeated for the first time since 1995 and will make their second straight trip to the playoffs. AIC had high hopes to knock off New Haven but seemed overmatched in both games to finish
Here are the recaps from around NE-10 championship weekend:
New Haven beats AIC for the NE-10 title:
Southern Connecticut beats Stonehill:
Here are the comments from the NE-10 coaches and representatives yesterday:
Stonehill offensive coordinator Pat McCann:
Bentley assistant coach Sean Walsh:
St. Anselm SID Eric Coplin:
It is the first ever NE-10 championship weekend. Besides the championship game, there are three other match-ups to finish the out the season in style.
Week 11 Capsules
Southern Connecticut (2-8, 2-6 NE-10) at Stonehill (5-4, 5-3 NE-10)
When: November 10th, 1:00 PM
All-Time Series: Southern Connecticut leads the series, 15-1-0
2012 Result: @ Stonehill 13 Southern Connecticut 0
My thoughts: These two teams have had
Updated 11-07-2012 at 01:40 PM by Paul Falewicz
The third rankings are out and the top four in the region are the same for the second consecutive week. One new team is in the top ten and the top six will be announced this coming Sunday. Teams need to win this weekend and not let the numbers dictate whether or not they make the playoffs.
1. Shippensburg 10-0, 10-0 Last Week: 1
Shippensburg continues to be the top team in SR1. They have taken care of business in the PSAC this year and face one more hurdle for