The Shippensburg University football team picked up its second win of the season on Saturday, defeating Edinboro 30-9 at Sox Harrison Stadium.
SU was led by their offense that put up four touchdowns, including two on their first two possessions, to extend their winning streak over Edinboro to four games.
Redshirt-junior quarterback Brycen Mussina threw 20-28 for 257 yards and two touchdowns without a turnover. Redshirt-sophomore running back Bill Williams had 22 carries for 89 yards and two more touchdowns.
Freshman wide receiver Ian Sheehan reeled in six catches for 143 yards and scored his first collegiate touchdown on a 40-yard throw from Mussina.
Redshirt-senior Kyle Evans had four catches for 43 yards and caught the other Mussina touchdown. Redshirt-junior David Balint III had four receptions for 29 yards and graduate Evan Morrill caught four passes for 52 yards.
The Raiders led 20-6 at halftime and led 30-6 after three quarters. The lone Edinboro second half score was a field goal in the final two minutes.
The SU defense turned in another stellar performance as they held the Fighting Scot to just 146 yards of offense, including a miniscule 25 yards rushing.
Shippensburg had five tackles for loss (TFL) and five pass breakups with one sack credited to sophomore Jacoby Sherard.
Senior Trey Paul racked up a team high six tackles and forced a fumble that was recovered by redshirt-freshman Matt Feeney in the third quarter. Redshirt-junior Josh Russo and junior Demetrius Hudson each tallied five tackles apiece.
Freshman kicker Jaxson Montross, who nailed a school-record 50-yard field goal last week, made one field goal in the game from 30 yards out.
Redshirt-sophomore running back Khalid Dorsey, who led the Raiders in rushing yards last game, did not play against the Fighting Scot this week.
This was Shippensburg’s first game played at Edinboro since the 2015 season, where they won 20-13.
The Raiders will return to the field next Saturday at Clarion University at 1 p.m.