Running back Matt Dortch rushed for 158 yards as Rowan University upset No. 5 Delaware Valley College 27-13 on Saturday afternoon in Glassboro in the season opener for both NCAA Division III schools.
Sophomore safety Kurt Kingett (St. Augustine Prep) picked up a fumble and ran 38 yards for a touchdown as time expired in the third quarter to give Rowan a 21-6 lead.
Running back Keith Corcoran (St. Joseph) had 19 yards rushing on five carries. Wide receiver Anthony Barone had three catches for 18 yards.
On defense, linebacker Patrick Ruley (Atlantic City) had six tackles and a blocked extra point.
Defensive backs Mookie Holland (Millville) had four tackles, Steve Fortune (Bridgeton) had four tackles and a pass breakup and Casey Dillon (Mainland Regional) had three tackles, three pass breakups and an interception that he returned 33 yards.
Defensive linemen Chris Popper (Holy Spirit) had two tackles and Darryl Pratt (Egg Harbor Township) had three tackles.
For Delaware Valley, freshman running back Alquann Jones, a Millville High School graduate and the 2011 Press Player of the Year, caught a pass for 7 yards and had two rushes for 2 yards in his collegiate debut.
Former Millville High School teammate Shaquille Lee had six tackles and a 19-yard kickoff return for Delaware Valley.
Lehigh 27, Monmouth (N.J.) 17: Michael Colvin passed for 221 yards and two touchdowns in his debut as Lehigh's starting quarterback and the Mountain Hawks defeated Monmouth (N.J.) in the teams' season opener.
Lehigh, which made it to the Football Championship Subdivision quarterfinals last season, led 21-7 at halftime before Monmouth battled back with 10 third-quarter points.
Monmouth drove to the Lehigh 10 in the fourth quarter, but the Mountain Hawks stopped Julian Hayes for no gain at their 7 and forced a fumble on fourth-and-1 with 7 minutes, 1 seconds remaining.
Lehigh, which has won its last 10 regular-season games, added a final touchdown on the last play when it recovered a Monmouth fumble after a completion and a couple of laterals.
Colvin, a senior, completed 17-of-32 for Lehigh with two interceptions. Ryan Spadola had nine catches for 111 yards after catching 96 passes a year ago.