September 30 - MIAA Athletes of the Week
Bye week - none named
|Adrian||32||Wis. Lutheran||29||Homecoming||Final - 2OT|
|Oct. 05||Finlandia||6||Olivet *||63||Final|
Around the MIAA
Adrian held on to edge Wisconsin Lutheran, 32-29, in double overtime in its Homecoming game Sept. 21…sophomore kicker Cooper West converted a 26-yard field goal before WLC’s kicker missed from 30 yards that would have sent the contest into a third extra session…senior Colton Randle ran for a career-high 207 yards on 27 carries, averaging 7.7 yards per attempt, highlighted by a 75-yard touchdown run that gave the Bulldogs a 20-3 lead at the time…freshman running back Jerome Neal added 103 yards on 20 carries and two touchdowns for career bests…on defense, freshman linebacker Sam Madrid led the Bulldogs with seven total stops...the Bulldogs had four interceptions for the most in four seasons when the Bulldogs also had four against Alma Oct. 10, 2015…the 354 rushing yards churned up by the Bulldogs offense are the most since Adrian piled up a fifth-best 364 in school history against Defiance College on Sept. 5, 2015...before Saturday, the last time AC played an overtime game was seven years ago and matches the program’s longest since 2005.
Albion will host Alma Saturday, Oct. 5 for a 1 p.m. contest to start MIAA play.
Alma will travel to Albion Saturday, Oct. 5, in the MIAA opener for both teams.
Finlandia will host Olivet Saturday, Oct. 5 for a 1 p.m. kickoff.
Coming off the bye week, Hope will travel to Trine for a 1 p.m. contest to start MIAA play Saturday, Oct. 5.
The Hornets head to Adrian to take on the Bulldogs Saturday, Oct. 5 at 5 p.m.
Did not play last week. Will open MIAA play Saturday when it makes the trip to the Upper Peninsula to play Finlandia University.
Trine moved up one place in the most recent AFCA Top 25 poll despite not playing last week. The Thunder will host Hope Saturday, Oct. 5 for a 1 p.m. kickoff.
2019 MIAA Football Standings
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