Cougars Open Camp Looking To Build Off 9-3 Season

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Kevin Donley and the Cougars hit the Bishop D’Arcy Stadium turf this morning for the first practice this fall as Saint Francis looks to build off last year’s 9-3 campaign.
Back is standout running back Antoin Campbell, who missed most of last season with a torn ACL. Campbell accounted for nearly 400 yards of offense and seven total touchdowns in less than three full games last fall.
Quarterback is a position of question, where the two-headed monster of Josh Miller and David Yoder are gone. Senior Wesley Hunsucker, a standout pitcher for the baseball team, has the most experience, but Bradley Jarzab and Nick Ferrer are pushing for time as well.
Preseason all-American cornerback Kory Stamps will anchor the defense, with linebackers Keith Harris and Kyle Mathewson also looming large.
The Cougars open the season with a Thursday night game on September 4 at 7 p.m. against Missouri Baptist.


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