Clancy heads Merrimack homecoming
Merrimack College football, aiming for back-to-back victories for the second time in 2013, welcomes rival Bentley University to Martone-Mejail Field for a Northeast-10 Conference showdown on Homecoming Weekend on Saturday at 1 p.m.
Merrimack and Bentley have identical records, 3-3 in the league and 4-3 overall.
Senior quarterback Joe Clancy has done more in less than two full seasons at the helm of the Merrimack offense than most quarterbacks have done in four years. Last Saturday, Clancy set a new all-time record in completions, topping Colin Temple (’07)’s previous mark, and also topped Temple’s touchdown mark, as well. The only record Clancy has yet to break is former Warrior James Suozo’s all-time mark in passing yards (8,559), which he needs 417 yards to do.
Myers key returner for Trinity
Trinity College freshman Darrien Myers, of North Andover via Lawrence Academy, leads the league in kickoff return average with 26.3 yards per attempt.
He is coming off a big week for undefeated Trinity, returning three kickoffs for 96 yards with a long of 55 yards that set up a Trinity touchdown.