We are already looking at Week 8 in the NE-10. The season is moving along at a frantic pace but we still have a lot to decide. Big games this weekend that will go along way to determining the top two teams that will square off for some hardware on November 14th.
Southern Connecticut (2-5, 2-4 NE-10) @ St. Anselm (2-5, 2-4 NE-10)
When: October 24th, 12:00 PM
All-Time Series: Southern Connecticut leads the series, 12-3-0
People always say that defense wins championships. It was on full display Saturday afternoon as New Haven completely shut down the Stonehill offense and won the game 28-14.
The Chargers are now tied for second place in the NE-10 with Bentley and LIU Post. All of them are 4-2 and trail Assumption by one game. New Haven used a fast start to beat Stonehill and it was their defense that was there the entire afternoon.
"The defense played great,"
Here are the recaps from around the NE-10 for Week 7:
New Haven defeats Stonehill:
Assumption rallies to defeat Southern Connecticut:
Merrimack defeats St. Anselm:
Welcome to Week 7 in the NE-10. The temperature is dropping and the games continue to get bigger. With the standings so close, it is very important for teams to be playing their best football over the next four weeks.
LIU Post (4-2, 3-2 NE-10) @ Pace (1-5, 0-5 NE-10)
When: October 17th, 12:00 PM
All-Time Series: Post leads the series, 20-3-0
My Thoughts: Battle for New York bragging rights.
LIU Post stopped
After six weeks of football, it is time to look at who has played the toughest and weakest schedules within the NE-10. Strength of schedule is a huge component in the determination of the playoff participants for Division II.
The team with the strongest SOS through six weeks is Merrimack. The Warriors have played six teams with a combined winning percentage of 66.67%. Despite an overall record of 2-4, the four losses for Merrimack were by a total of 17 points. A different bounce
Updated 10-12-2015 at 03:21 PM by Paul Falewicz