Here are the recaps from Week 9 in the NE-10. We have one participant in the championship game and are awaiting another after next weekend.
Assumption beats Bentley and will host the championship game:
Stonehill defeats St. Anselm and gets a new sports complex:
Two weeks left in the regular season for the NE-10. We have six teams over .500 in the league and the jockeying for position is in full throttle right now. Two teams will play for the championship on November 14th and the rest are trying to host a game that weekend.
Bentley (4-4, 4-3 NE-10) @ # 23 Assumption (7-1, 6-1 NE-10)
When: October 30th, 7:00 PM
All-Time Series: Bentley leads the series, 26-2-0
My Thoughts: Last Friday
Updated 10-28-2015 at 07:16 AM by Paul Falewicz
The first edition of the Super Region One rankings have been released. Letís take a look at the top 10 in the region:
1. Shepherd 7-0, 7-0 DII
The Rams are again at the top of the Mountain East as they have beaten all comers this year. They still have games against West Liberty, Fairmont State and Urbana. All three of those teams are around .500 for the season so if Shepherd is able to take care of business, they would secure the top seed in SR1.
Flexing their Muscle
New Haven was in control of their destiny and just needed to win a couple of games to make a return appearance in the NE-10 championship game. But they made a huge statement in their 63-16 victory over LIU Post.
They just completely dominated Post and left no doubt that they would like to play in the championship game on November 14th. Their offense is clicking on all levels and their defense is starting to play like they imagined at the beginning
Here are the recaps from Week 8 around the NE-10. A national audience was able to view the league as well as teams starting to flex their muscle.
New Haven crushes LIU Post:
Stonehill defeats Bentley:
Merrimack dominates Pace: