Montclair State Athletics
MONTCLAIR STATE 34, WILLIAM PATTERSON 17  BOXSCORE
A.J. Scoppa rushed for 247 yards, the third-highest total in Division III in the opening four weeks, to help Montclair State run by William Patterson and spoil the Pioneers' Homecoming. Scoppa added four touchdowns and posted the best rushing total by a Red Hawk in nine seasons while helping MSU to its 20th consecutive win in the series. His TD runs from 15, 31, 1 and 1 yards out helped the Red Hawks to a 34-0 scoring run.     
ATT YDS TD LONG AVG
Week 4 30 247 4 33 8.2
Season 102 609 6 33 5.9
Rose-Hulman Athletics
ROSE-HULMAN 28, MANCHESTER 26  BOXSCORE
Rose-Hulman pulled out a two-point win, but LB Grand DePalma did everything he could to keep Manchester off the scoreboard. DePalma, a sophomore, recorded 20 tackles including 18 solo stops as the Fightin' Engineers held off a late rally. He added four sacks and six tackles for loss and helped RHIT stop a two-point conversion and a Hail Mary in the final minutes to hold on for the win. His tackle total was the third-highest in Division III through Week 4 while his 18 solo stops topped the list and his sack total ranks second this season.
S-A-TT TFL-YDS SACK-YDS QBH
Week 4 18-2-20 6.0-40 4.0-30 0
Season 30-12-42 8.0-47 4.5-34 1
Wesley Athletics
NO. 6 WESLEY 25, LOUISIANA COLLEGE 22  BOXSCORE
In its difficult early season schedule, Wesley knew it'd have to execute in all phases to come out with victories. It did Saturday as PK Dan Tryon's 31-yarder with no time left lifted the Wolverines to a 25-22 win. Wesley rallied for 11 points in the final quarter, including converting a two-point conversion on a TD with 9:18 to play. Then they moved the ball efficiently at the end, setting up the winning boot. 
FG-FGA LONG XP PTS
Week 4 1-1 31 2-2 5
Season 2-2 31 9-13 15