UMD gains 675 yards in rout of Concordia

  • Updated: September 16, 2012 - 3:30 AM

Minnesota Duluth scored on its first 10 series and rolled up a school-record 675 yards Saturday in beating Concordia (St. Paul) 70-24 in St. Paul.

Chase Vogler passed for three touchdowns and ran for 100 yards and two TDs.

In other NSIC games:

Augustana 61, Minnesota-Crookston 0: Josh Hanson passed for 195 yards and four touchdowns and Dajon Newell rushed for 122 yards and two TDs, leading the Vikings past the visiting Golden Eagles.

Upper Iowa 51, MSU Moorhead 33: Cole Jaeschke passed for 306 yards and four TDs, leading the visiting Peacocks to victory

Macalester 49, Maranatha Bible 6: The Scots jumped to a 49-0 lead and improved to 3-0. They'll play Lewis and Clark next weekend.

Mary 43, SW Minnesota State 24: The Marauders outscored the host Mustangs 26-0 in the fourth quarter to earn the victory in Marshall, Minn.

Winona State 42, Northern State 32: Rayon Simmons rushed for 177 yards and two touchdowns, helping the host Warriors outlast the Wolves.

Minnesota State Mankato 25, St. Cloud State 21: Mitch Brozovich's 8-yard touchdown pass to Keyvan Rudd with 2:33 left boosted the Mavericks to victory in St. Cloud.

Wayne State 20, Bemidji State 17: Max Martin kicked a 42-yard field goal with 35 seconds remaining that lifted Wayne State to a victory over the Beavers in Bemidji, Minn.


Eureka (Ill.) 17, Crown 14: Eureka took a 14-0 lead into the fourth quarter and held on for the victory in St. Bonifacious.

Minn.-Morris 24, MacMurray 10: Dan Gerrigan's two touchdown passes led the Cougars in Jacksonville, Ill.

Westminster (Mo.) 26, Martin Luther 7: Westminster forced eight Martin Luther turnovers in rolling to a victory in New Ulm.

St. Scholastica 45, Greenville 3: Jake Jensen and Tyler Harper each rushed for two touchdowns to lead the host Saints to a victory in Duluth.

Upper Midwest

Buffalo State 7, Wis.-Whitewater 6: The visiting Bengals drove 75 yards in 11 plays and scored with 3 seconds remaining to stun the Warhawks, ending a 46-game winning streak for the three-time defending Division III champions.


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