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Stevenson to play at Wesley in NCAAs


In their first-ever trip to the NCAA Division III Championships, the Stevenson football team drew Delaware power Wesley in the opening round, which will be played on Saturday, Nov. 19 at noon.

Stevenson is in just their sixth season of existence and earned the Middle Atlantic Conference’s automatic berth as the conference champion. Secured a second-straight NJAC after winning seven-straight games to end their regular season. The Wolverines are making their 12th-straight and 13th overall NCAA Tournament.

Wesley has allowed only 16.8 points, 139.9 rushing yard and 164.3 passing yards per game this season.

Saturday’s game will be the first meeting between the two programs. Both teams played Delaware Valley this year. Wesley lost to the Aggies in their season opener, 21-14. Stevenson shut Delaware Valley out 19-0 on Homecoming in late October.

The winner of the Stevenson-Wesley game will play the better of the game between John Carroll and Olivet.

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