St. Joseph High School graduate Keith Corcoran rushed for 111 yards and a touchdown to lead Rowan University over The College at Brockport, 17-3 in a New Jersey Athletic Conference game on Saturday afternoon in Glassboro.
The Profs improved to 4-1 overall and 3-0 in the conference. Wide receiver Anthony Barone (Hammonton) had three catches for 37 yards.
On defense, linebacker Patrick Ruley (Atlantic City) had a game-high 15 tackles. Safety Kurt Kingett (St. Augustine Prep) had eight tackles. Defensive back Casey Dillon (Mainland Regional) had seven tackles. Defensive lineman Chris Popper (Holy Spirit) had five tackles. Defensive back Steve Fortune (Bridgeton) had three tackles. Defensive back Mookie Holland (Millville) had two tackles.
Princeton 33, Columbia 6: In New York, freshman Anthony Gaffney returned the opening kickoff 94 yards for a touchdown and Princeton (1-3) didn't look back in the Ivy League opener for both teams.
The win marks Princeton's first of the 2012 season, ending a nine-game losing streak dating to last season.
Penn 28, Dartmouth 21: In Hanover, N.H., Penn shut down Dartmouth in the first half to open a 20-point halftime lead, then held off the Big Green's second-half rally. The Quakers (1-2, 1-0) scored on two 1-yard runs, one each by Jeff Jack and Greg Schuster.
Albany 55, Monmouth 24: Drew Smith helped Albany's running game poke holes in one of the Northeast Conference's top defenses as the Great Danes prevailed 55-24 over Monmouth (N.J.) on Saturday.
The Hawks (3-2, 2-1) entered with the third ranked defense in the Football Championship Subdivision, allowing 72.2 rushing yards per game and only 37 points over their past three games - all wins - combined. Saturday, The Great Danes (4-1, 2-0) obliterated that defense with 263 yards rushing, including first quarter scoring runs of 77 and 61 yards by Kevin Chillis and Smith, respectively, as the team built a 21-7 lead.
Smith struck again early in the third quarter, scoring from 4-yards out to extend the Great Danes' lead to 31-10. Smith finished with 109 yards on 18 carries and three scores.
For Monmouth, Kyle Frazier was 33-of-52 passing for 274 yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions.