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NCAA RUNDOWN: Kutztown, ESU lose in shootouts

NCAA RUNDOWN: Kutztown, ESU lose in shootouts

Kutztown and East Stroudsburg both lost barnburners in PSAC play on Saturday afternoon.

Kutztown fell to 1-6 with a 55-30 loss at Shippensburg.

Zach Zulli threw for 344 yards and 4 touchdowns, while Sheldon Mayer ran for 163 yards and a score for Shippensburg.

East Stroudsburg fell to No. 6 Bloomsburg 52-38 at Eiler-Martin Stadium.

Matt Soltes threw for 476 yards and five touchdowns and added 66 more yards on the ground for East Stroudsburg.

Pocono Mountain West grad Franklin Quiteh ran for 304 yards and 4 touchdowns for the Huskies.

Elsewhere in Div. II, No. 15 West Chester stayed undefeated with a 34-13 win at Lock Haven.

In Div. III, Muhlenberg won at Gettysburg 35-10, while Moravian's winless season continued with a 27-17 loss at Susquehanna.

Albright earned a 30-12 home win over Wilkes, while Ursinus suffered its first loss of the year in a 28-7 home setback to Juniata.


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