By Matt Leon
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The West Chester Golden Rams are now ranked as high as 15th in the nation in Division II and on Saturday they will put their 6-0 record on the line as they visit Lock Haven.
Last weekend West Chester (3-0 in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference) picked up one of its more impressive wins of the season as they beat a talented East Stroudsburg team, 34-20, at John A. Farrell Stadium. The Warriors came into the game averaging 42 points a game, but the Golden Rams held them to one offensive touchdown (the other came on an interception return) and they shut them out in the second half.
“Our defensive staff did a really nice job making a couple of adjustments,” West Chester head coach Bill Zwaan tells KYW Newsradio. “Both on the sidelines and at halftime, to a couple of things that hurt us early in the game. We were able to shut down that offense and finally our guys got going offensively. (Quarterback) Sean McCartney had another nice game as did (running back) Rondell White.”