The FSU Bobcats rolled to a 62-3 victory on homecoming Saturday. (TBL/ Harry Lichtman).

One week after crushing William Paterson by the score of 59-7, No. 16 Frostburg State (6-1, 5-1) returned home on Saturday and looked to be firing on all cylinders once again in a 62-3 blowout over NJAC opponent Montclair State (3-4, 3-3) on Homecoming weekend. Bobcat junior quarterback Connor Cox

The Frostburg State Bobcats (5-1, 4-1) got back to their winning ways exactly one week after their 13-game winning streak dating back to last September was snapped at home by Wesley. On Saturday, the Bobcats went on the road to Wayne, N.J. and took care of the Pioneers of William

The Bobcat women’s soccer team rolled over two conference rivals in recent games to improve to third place in the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) with a 4-1-1 record. On Wednesday, Oct. 11, the Bobcats defeated York College by a score of 4-1. The Bobcats out-shot the Spartans 16 to 7.

#9 FSU vs. #19 Wesley (TBL/Harry Lichtman)

The last time the No. 9 ranked Frostburg State Bobcats (4-1, 3-1) lost a game was Sept. 10 of last year. The opponent that beat them: the Wolverines of Wesley College. On Saturday, No. 19 Wesley (4-1, 3-1) came into Frostburg and won in an OT thriller 27-24, ending the

#3 Hailey Turney and #4 Kaylyn Gardiner defending a Bridgewater attacker during regulation play. (Bridgewater Athletics/Tommy Thompson)

The Bobcat women’s soccer team captured their second tie of the season as the scored stayed 0-0 throughout regulation and two overtime periods. Frostburg outshot the Seahawks 12-10 and had the better of chances throughout the game. The Bobcats had two opportunities to break the draw in the second overtime.

The Bobcats women’s soccer team opened their CAC matches with a 3-1 victory over Wesley Saturday night in Dover. The Wolverines struck first only 32 seconds into the match when Aleya Cummings knocked a shot over freshman goalkeeper Jenny Bullers from 15 yards out. The Bobcats responded with 3 unanswered

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Blake Bortles and the Jags are off to a surprisingly fast start. (Keith Allison/Flickr).

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