Men's Varsity Football vs. Doane

L 7-33

1:00 PM - Saturday, November 1, 2014
Sioux Center, Iowa
Non-conference Match

Recap

The Dordt College Defender football team fell to Doane College on Saturday afternoon, November 1, by a final score of 33-7 in GPAC action. The loss came on a windy and cool day in Sioux Center. <p>
Doane got on the board with a pair of scores in the first half, a 38 yard field goal by Jordan Pederson and a one yard touchdown run by Brandon Stuart that capped a five play, 45 yard drive. <p>
A Brandon Stuart to Nate Meier 51 yard touchdown pass with 2:07 left in the half pushed the lead to 17-0 at the break.<p>
In the second half the Tigers added to the lead with an eight play, 94 yard drive and a 69 yard pass from Stuart to Alex Trevino put the Tigers up 30-0 with 14:51 left in the game. <p>
The hosts got on the board with a Loken Vande Vegte five yard touchdown run. Anthony Surour set up the possession with an interception at the 15 yard line and three plays later Vande Vegte was in the end zone.<p>
Pederson capped the scoring for Doane with a 35 yard field goal and made the final 33-7.<p>
Dordt is 1-6 in the conference and 2-7 overall while Doane is 5-2 in the GPAC and 5-3 overall. Dordt will host Hastings in the final home game of the season on Saturday, November 8.<p>
Dordt was outgained 496-196 as the Defenders ran for 159 yards and Doane had 263 on the ground and 233 in the air.<p>
Loken Vande Vegte ran for 112 yards on 22 carries. Taylan Seaman completed five passes for 37 yards with four completions to Jason Miller for 32 yards.<p>
Vanoy Harris had five solo tackles and nine assisted stops and Alex Vasquez had six solo and six assisted tackles. Joey Lovetere was in on nine tackles and Cole McClain made nine stops and had a pass broken up. <p>
Doane’s Nate Meier had 108 yards rushing on 14 carries and Clayton Moore had nine carries for 59 yards. Jack Shadley completed eight passes for 75 yards and Stuart had five completions for two touchdowns and 158 yards. Ten different players had at least one catch and Alex Trevino led with 71 yards on two catches.<p>