2018 Week 7 Review

The seventh week of the CSFL season saw Navy finish divisional play at 4-0 to lock up the South Division title, Mansfield pick up its third straight win, Chestnut Hill roll to a big win and Cornell take care of business to set up a showdown with Army in week eight for the North Division crown. WEEK 7 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Offensive Player of the Week: Braydan Chmiel, QB, Navy (Warrenton, Mo.) Chmiel busted a 63-yard touchdown run on the opening drive to put Navy ahead and the Mids would never trail on the way to posting a 20-9 win over Penn to clinch the South Division title. Chmiel completed 9-of-14 passes for 130 yards with one touchdown through the air and rushed for 136 yards and one score

2018 Week 6 Review

We begin the week six review with an announcement about the 2018 CSFL Championship game. The league has selected St. Thomas Aquinas to serve as host for the 2018 title game, which will be played between the North and South Division winners Nov. 10 at 6 p.m. More information can be found below. WEEK 6 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Offensive Player of the Week: Jake Klaus, RB, Penn (Haddonfield, N.J.) Klaus rushed for 79 yards and three touchdowns in Penn's 38-14 win over Caldwell. He averaged 5.6 yards per carry and tallied an additional 70 yards on six receptions to finish the game with 149 yards of total offense. Defensive Player of the Week: Brandon Allen, DB, Mansfield (Westminster, Md.) Allen was

2018 Week 5 Review

After all teams took a bye in week four, the CSFL season returned to action last week with Army West Point remaining undefeated with a victory over Penn in a rematch of last year’s championship game. Navy, Mansfield and Cornell all picked up wins in week five as well. WEEK 5 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Offensive Player of the Week: Keegan West, QB, Army West Point (West Point, N.Y.) West continued his dominant start to the season with another monster effort in a 24-6 win over Penn in which he accounted for all the Black Knights’ scoring. He completed a career-high 38 passes for 374 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions. It marked the third time this season he has thrown for at least 25 yar

Alderson Broaddus joins CSFL

ANNAPOLIS, Md. – The Collegiate Sprint Football League will move back to 10 teams in 2019 with the addition of Alderson Broaddus University as a full-time member, as announced Tuesday, Oct. 9 in a joint statement by the CSFL and Alderson Broaddus. “We’re thrilled to announced the addition of Alderson Broaddus for 2019,” said CSFL commissioner Matt Munnelly. “This will expand the reach of our league into West Virginia, will balance us with five teams in each division and will lead to new opportunities for the student-athletes in our league.” Alderson Broaddus, located in Philippi, West Virginia, currently offers 24 intercollegiate sports mostly at the NCAA Division II level. The Battlers will

2018 Week 3 Review

The third week of the CSFL season saw Chestnut Hill score its first win over Penn, Army West Point remain undefeated, Navy pull off a convincing victory and Post score its first win of the season. WEEK 3 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Offensive Player of the Week: Michael Marino, QB, Chestnut Hill (Blue Bell, Pa.) Marino led Chestnut Hill to its first-ever win over Penn after throwing for 331 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions in the Griffins’ 31-26 victory on the road last week. He completed three touchdown passes of 30 or more yards, including a 51-yard TD strike and a 63-yard TD pass. Defensive Player of the Week: Troy Monroe, LB, Navy (Columbus, Ga.) Monroe led a Navy defensive effort

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