The Lock Haven University football team (0-2) fell at Seton Hill 27-10 on Saturday, losing their fifth straight game dating back to last season.
Lock Haven quarterback, Caleb Walton completed 20-42 passes for 244 yards, threw one touchdown, and had three interceptions. Walton’s lone touchdown pass came in the fourth quarter and was his 27th of his career at Lock Haven, moving him into sole possession of fourth place on the Lock Haven all-time touchdown pass list.
With his 244 yards on Saturday, Walton also moved into sixth place all-time in passing yards in Lock Haven history.
Wide receiver Shawn Seif continued his exceptional start to his Lock Haven career, catching six passes for 83 yards on Saturday. In week one against Clarion Seif caught five passes for 51 yards and two touchdowns. Seif also has 33 rushing yards on five attempts this season.
Redshirt-senior receiver, David Cook, caught six passes on Saturday for 74 yards. Cook now has 147 receiving yards on 12 receptions this season.
Lock Haven mustered only 94 yards on the ground, with Beau Swales carrying the ball nine times for 39 yards and Malyk Harris getting seven attempts for 34 yards. Seton Hill had 235 total rushing yards on 48 total attempts, averaging 4.9 yards per carry.
Brandon Stout led Seton Hill with 130 yards on 18 carries.
On the defensive side of the ball, redshirt-senior Tyrai Anderson intercepted his first pass of the season and returned it 23 yards. Anderson also had six total tackles and now has 13 total tackles on the season.
Daniel Strawbridge and Rahjeir Miles-Eubanks each had 12 tackles apiece to lead Lock Haven, Carmelo Cruz had 10 tackles including one tackle for loss and Tony Ballon had nine tackles and two sacks. Ballon also had nine tackles in week one, including a sack.
Senior kicker, Alex Bouhmeri was 1-1 on field goals, hitting a 20-yarder, and made his only extra point attempt.
Lock Haven will travel to Indiana University of Pennsylvania, who fell 34-33 to Kutztown on Saturday in their lone game of the season.
Trailing 21-6 at halftime, Kutztown outscored IUP 28-12 in the second half to pull out the one point victory.
The Hawks bolster a strong rushing attack, as they ran for 273 total yards as a team. Chris Temple carried the ball 18 times for 196 yards and a touchdown, averaging 10.8 yards per carry.
IUP quarterback, Lenny Williams went 12-24 for 163 yards and a touchdown. Williams also carried the ball 13 times for 68 yards and a touchdown.
Hawks receiver Walt Pegues caught seven passes for 115 yards and a touchdown in the season opener.
Kickoff is set for 1p.m. in Indiana, Pa.