the Next Level"
November 3, 2007
Trey Stross had
a big receiving day in Iowa’s
28-17 comeback win over Northwestern.
Although limited to 20 plays in the game to safeguard his recovering
hamstring, Trey caught three passes for 91 yards, including a 20
yard touchdown and a 53
yarder to set up another Hawkeye score.
other Big Ten wideout, Andrew Means of Indiana,
caught one ball for 35 yards. The
Hoosiers downed Ball
tackle Ian Pace’s Fordham squad pulled out a nail biter over Holy Cross, 24-21,
to remain unbeaten the Patriot League.
They are 8-2 overall, 5-0 in league play.
Georgetown dropped a heartbreaker to Marist by a
37-34 count in three overtimes. Hoya
safety Chris Rau had 9 tackles.
Mount Union recorded their fifth consecutive
shutout, blanking John Carroll 53-0.
Matt Kostelnik had to tackles and an interception.
Schroeder’s Ashland Eagles continued their hot streak, winning in a 63-42
shootout with Wayne
State. The Eagles are now 7-1 in the GLIAC and have a
great shot to make the Division II playoffs this year.