Hunter Cobb ran for two touchdowns, Andrew McElroy had a 90-yard pick-6 and Marist beat Valparaiso 26-14 on Saturday in the Pioneer Football League season finale for both teams.
Drew Bevelhimer made the most of a second opportunity, kicking a 38-yard field goal on the game’s final play, to lift Butler to a 24-21 victory over Valparaiso on Saturday.
Mark Pappas threw for 303 yards and three long touchdowns and Morehead State outlasted Valparaiso 27-21 on Saturday.
Wesley Dugger ran for a touchdown late in the game to give Davidson a 27-21 win over Valparaiso on Saturday.
Elias Earley ran for 112 yards and Chris Duncan scored a rushing touchdown and Valparaiso won its first game of the season with a 19-10 win over Stetson on Saturday.
Reid Sinnett threw five touchdown passes and ran for another score to lead San Diego in a 42-17 rout of Valparaiso on Saturday.
Jack Cook passed for 277 yards and his three touchdowns all went to Adam Trautman as Dayton defeated Valparaiso 41-28 on Saturday.
Ian Corwin threw two touchdowns passes and Drake held Valparaiso to just 131 yards of offense in a 35-6 victory on Saturday.
Tim McCutchen kicked four field goals, and his 20-yarder late in the third quarter gave Division II Charleston (West Virginia) the lead for the first time as the Golden Eagles held off winless Valparaiso Saturday.
Spencer Newell had a 71-yard punt return for a touchdown, Lawrence Woods and Tanner Lain each had a pick-6, and Truman State beat Valparaiso 38-7 on Saturday night.
Keonte Lucas ran for 190 yards -- 160 coming on two runs in the third quarter -- and Central Connecticut beat Valparaiso 42-13 on Saturday.
Alonzo Booth carried seven times for 128 yards and three touchdowns and Eastern Kentucky rolled past Valparaiso 53-7 in a season-opener on Thursday night.
With Valparaiso jumping to the Missouri Valley Conference, the Crusaders' old conference, the Horizon League, has failed a lawsuit seeking $500,000 in exit fees.
Valparaiso coach Dale Carlson has been fired, a day after the Crusaders lost 72-12 to Butler.
NEW YORK -- It was an ugly win, with a major bright spot.St. John’s had to scratch and claw its way past Holy Cross on Thanksgiving Eve. But Red Storm freshman Jakarr Sampson looked like an emerging star, dazzling the 4,030 fans at Carnesecca Arena who watched a 65-53 victory.
What it means: It's a win, but it wasn't pretty.St. John's had to scratch and claw its way past Patriot League foe Holy Cross on Wednesday. But the Red Storm got the job done in the end, with a 65-53 victory.