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Fort Worth, TX- Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU) Football began their 2020 campaign with a win against Texas Wesleyan University (TWU). The Lions started the game focused on sticking to the game plan. This effort led the Lions to a 13-0 start which eventually led to a 23-7 lead at halftime. Coming out of halftime the Lions remained dominant and put TWU away. The offense and defense were both locked in and set the pace for the game. The Lions played a complete game on both ends and were able to come away with a big win to start the season. SAGU (1-0) beat TWU (0-1) by the score of 33-15.
 
Top Performers
  • Kieran Woodley (JR/ Watsonville/CA) went 4-4 on field goal attempts with the longest being 44 yards.
  • The combination running of Keaton Dubik (SO/ Grand Prairie, TX) and Zarious Keyes (JR/ Louin, MS) resulted in 2 rushing touchdowns and 110 all-purpose yards.
  • Keandre Belcher (JR/ Katy, TX) finished with a game high 8 tackles.
  • The entire defense showed up today. They held TWU to a total of 116 yards (68 rushing yards) (48 passing yards).
  • The offense finished the game with 333 yards (83 rushing) (250 passing). The passing attack was led by QB Jordan Barlow (JR/ Van Buren, AR), he led the offense well and was able to get into a good rhythm
 
Lion Review
 
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Texas Wesleyan078015
 
 
Ryan Smith
  • “Proud of our coaches for preparing a great game plan! We were able to put together a complete game and come away with a win. Overall great way to start the season”
The Next Step
  • On Saturday, October 31st SAGU Football will host Arizona Christian University at Lumpkins Stadium in Waxahachie, TX. Start time is scheduled for 12:00pm
 
As a leading Christian university, SAGU educates and prepares individuals who want to serve Christ and others. SAGU helps students discover and develop their God-given callings in a Spirit-empowered, learning community.
We believe in affordable tuition, made possible in part through the financial support of donors who embrace the mission of SAGU and the importance of affordable, accredited programs to train Christians for leadership in ministry, business, education, and service.
 
 

 

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