• 2019

2019 HCAC Football Standings

Mount St. Joseph 3-0 5-0
Hanover 3-0 5-1
Rose-Hulman 2-1 3-2
Franklin 2-1 3-3
Anderson 1-2 3-3
Manchester 0-2 1-4
Bluffton 0-2 0-5
Defiance 0-3 0-6
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Sat Oct 27
35 Rose-Hulman
6 at Defiance
Sat Nov 03
6 Anderson
45 at Mount St. Joseph
Senior Day - Schueler Field
Sat Nov 03
28 Defiance
10 at Earlham
Sat Nov 03
24 Bluffton
28 at Franklin
Sat Nov 03
14 Rose-Hulman
29 at Hanover
Sat Nov 10
35 Manchester
6 at Anderson
Sat Nov 10
6 Earlham
70 at Rose-Hulman
Sat Nov 10
23 Hanover
20 at Franklin
88th Victory Bell Classic
Sat Nov 10
7 Defiance
34 at Bluffton
Bluffton, OH
Sat Nov 17
0 Hanover
52 at North Central (Ill.)
NCAA Division III National Playoffs - Opening Round / Naperville, Ill. / Benedetti-Wehrli Stadium
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HCAC Players Of The Week

Cornell Beachem, Mount St. Joseph, Football (Offensive)
Cornell Beachem Mount St. Joseph Football (Offensive)Cornell Beachem (Cincinnati, Ohio) Mount St. Jospeh University | Wide Receiver | Sophomore - Prior to last week’s matchup with Defiance, Beachem made the move from wide receiver to running back and that move has paid off big time for the Lions. For the second week in a row Beachem had more than 200-yards from scrimmage and four touchdowns. This week he rushed the ball 15 times for 81-yards and a touchdown and caught five passes for 203-yards and three touchdowns. Included in the receptions was a school-record 90-yard touchdown pass. All told he had 20 touches for 284-yards, just two yards short of what Manchester managed in the Lions 47-14 win.
Sean Sullivan, Mt. St. Joseph, Football (Defensive)
Sean Sullivan Mt. St. Joseph Football (Defensive)Sean Sullivan (Covington, Ky.) Mount St. Joseph University | Linebacker | Senior - The Mount St. Joseph Lions remained unbeaten with a 47-14 win over Manchester on Saturday. Sullivan was a big reason why, as he had seven total tackles, four solo and three assists. His biggest contribution came in the form of the first touchdown of his career. He picked off a pass late in the first half and raced 14-yards the other way for the score.
Kyzer Bowen, Rose-Hulman, Football (Special Teams)
Kyzer Bowen Rose-Hulman Football (Special Teams)Kyzer Bowen (Centreville, Mich.) Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology | Linebacker | Freshman – Bowen had three solo tackles and forced a fumble - all as a member of the kickoff coverage unit - in Rose-Hulman's 28-14 win at Bluffton. Bowen forced a fumble on the opening kickoff of the second half, allowing the Engineers to start the second half with possession that turned a 7-7 halftime tie into a 14-7 lead after the scoring drive.

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