Siena Heights heads to the regular season finale, facing NAIA 14th-ranked Concordia in a Mid-States Football Association Mideast League contest. Kickoff is set for Saturday, Nov. 11, at 1 p.m. in Ann Arbor.
The Saints are currently 5-4 overall while holding a 3-2 conference slate. Last week, the Saints took down Lindenwood-Belleville 48-0. Siena Heights looks for revenge against the Cardinals as CUAA shutout SHU last season, 41-0.
Concordia has had a successful season thus far, losing only to top-ranked Saint Francis, 35-18. CUAA has steadily climped up the NAIA Top 25 Poll all season, starting after their first week as they defeated NCAA Div. II opponent Davenport. Last week was the Cardinals' bye week.
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All Siena Heights football games will be webcast on the Siena Heights Sports Network, which can be accessed via the Stretch Internet link on WWW.SHUSAINTS.COM. Live stats can be followed online at WWW.SHUSAINTS.COM.
SHSN will provide live video for each Saints' home game. Play-by-play will be called by Chris Renwick with Doug Goodnough providing color commentary. Renwick is in his second year with the Saints broadcast team while Goodnough returns for his second consecutive season.
SHSN and WLEN 103.9 FM have also enjoyed a six-year partnership. All games will be audio-streamed online at WLEN.COM while select games will be broadcasted live on the radio.
Siena Heights and Concordia are set to meet for the sixth time in program history. The two schools are also Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference members in many other school sports and are located only 45 minutes away from each other, creating a natural rivalry.
The closest contest came in 2015 as the Cardinals then upset Siena Heights at home in a 28-27 battle. Last season, SHU fell to Concordia 41-0 in Ann Arbor and Siena Heights now looks for revenge.