Chestnut Hill College kicked off its sprint football season with a home opening rout of Princeton University, 48-13.
The Philadelphia Inquirer was on hand to cover the opening game. The full story and a photo gallery from the day's events can be found here.
Leading the way for the Griffins was freshman quarterback, Reginald Robinson Jr., who went 11-for-18 and threw for three touchdowns, including the College's first-ever touchdown, an eight-yard pass to sophomore receiver Josean Perez, which came on the team's opening drive, as well as a pair of deep passes to sophomore wide receiver/defensive back, Domoree Hill, in the second half of the game. Freshmen running backs Theo McBurnette and Desantae Callis, added close to 200 yards rushing on 24 carries and combined for three touchdowns as well. On the defensive side of the ball, the Griffins had four interceptions.
Following the game, head coach Mike Pearson, was interviewed by ESPN Williamsport on the victory. You can listen to the full interview here.
- Marilee Gallagher '14