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November 22, 2010
The Framingham State University football team crowned their most successful regular season ever with an ECAC Northeast Bowl game win over Norwich University on Saturday, November 20. The Rams, enjoying their first bowl invitation following an 8-2 regular season, trailed early but overcame the deficit to tie the game in the fourth quarter before winning by a score of 27-21. The winning touchdown followed the second possession in overtime -- after the Norwich quarterback threw a pass that was intercepted by senior defensive lineman Adam Emery (Dorchester, Mass.). The offense took over and executed a winning end-zone run by Ram freshman standout Melikke Van Alstyne (Salem, Mass.). The Rams were the 2010 MASCAC Champions. For more on the game, visit FSU Athletics.
About Framingham State University
As Massachusetts' premier state college, Framingham State University offers prepared and motivated students a wide range of challenging undergraduate and graduate programs. Located just 20 miles from Boston, the college offers many options for students to engage in real-world learning both on its quintessential New England campus and in Boston and its thriving MetroWest region.
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