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New NCAA Division II League to start in 2013

 

(Courtesy of NCAA via wikipedia commons)

There will be a new NCAA Division II Conference to begin competition in 2013.

Six NCAA Division II colleges from the states of Ohio and Kentucky have formed the Great Midwest Athletic Conference.

Cedarville, Central State, Urbana, Ursuline, Notre Dame College and Kentucky Wesleyan will comprise the GMAC, which will be the 24th NCAA Division II conference.

The five Ohio schools have all been competing as independents in recent years.

 

Info compiled from Radio, TV news, Cedarville University, & Urbana University news

Dayton Flyers hold off upset-minded Central State

 

Taylor Harris (courtesy of Dayton athletics)

University of Dayton senior running back Taylor Harris scored two second half touchdowns and ran for 101 yards to lead the Flyers to a 17-7 win at Central State in the Xenia, Ohio suburb of Wilberforce.

Dayton trailed 7-3 at the half.

Harris’ two-yard run with 9:33 to play in the third quarter gave Dayton a 10-7 lead, then his 17-yard run with 1:35 to play in the game clinched the game for Dayton.

After a scoreless first quarter, CSU executed a perfect out-and-up pass route, quarterback Jeffery Brooks connecting with wide receiver Steve Heard down the sideline for a 49-yard TD pass to take a 7-0 lead. Dayton got on the board two possessions later when Nate Miller hit a 28-yard field goal.

The Dayton offense responded with its longest drive of the day, going 80 yards (70 of it on the ground) in 15 plays to set up Harris’ second TD of the day.

For the second straight game Dayton pounded it on the ground in the second half to earn the win. The previous week in the win over the Marist, UD ran for 80 of its 125 rushing yards in the second half. Against the Marauders, 133 of its 177 yards on the ground came after halftime.

Dayton is now 3-1 on the season.

Info courtesy of Dayton athletics

Dayton Flyers hold off Morehead State in Pioneer Football League opener, 34-28

The University of Dayton opened the PFL seaon Saturday with a 34-28 win over Morehead State.  Dayton, who tied Butler for first place in the league in 2009, jumped out to a 24-0 halftime lead and sandwiched a long TD in fourth quarter amongst three scores of 35 yards or more by MSU to grab the win.

Dayton’s freshman kick returner Garr Hunter, had been held in check for most of the game, but he came up with a 47-yard return, giving the Flyers offense its best field position of the fourth quarter at the Morehead State 47.  After being held to two straight three-and-outs, the offense stepped up and held the ball the remaining 4:04 of the game.  The critical play which wrapped up the victory was an 11-yard pass by Steve Valentino to Anthony Papp on third-and 10 to the MSU 36.

(UD photo)

Luke Bellman WR (UD photo)

Valentino was the game’s leading ground gainer with 81 yards on 20 carries with a TD.  He also passed for a score and was 18-of-37 passing for 243 yards.  Luke Bellman caught four passes for 92 yards and a touchdown.

The Dayton defense held Morehead to just two yards rushing.  Brandon Wingeier led the way with five tackles, 3 solos, 1.5 sacks and a forced fumble.  Devon Langhorst was UD’s top tackler with seven stops.  Other defensive standouts include Joe Ries with a fumble recovery; cornerback Matt Pfleger had his second interception of the season; defensive tackle Brannon Dunn’s first career tackle was a sack.  After having four sacks in the first two games, Dayton had five in the Morehead win.

The Flyers improve their overall record to 2-1 and will play a final non-conference game this Saturday, September 25, when they host Central State University at 7 p.m. ET.  It will be Dayton’s first night home game in six years.

Info courtesy of Dayton Athletics