WIDENER FOOTBALL coach Isaac Collins is moving onward and upward after 3 successful years in Chester. Collins on Wednesday was named the head coach at Seton Hill University, a Division II school in western Pennsylvania. Beginning next season, Seton Hill will play in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference. West Chester and Cheyney are among the other 18 teams in the PSAC.

Widener, which went 3-7 the year before Collins took over, ended this season 11-1. The Pride won the Middle Atlantic Conference and advanced to the third round of the playoffs before losing to Mount Union, the eventual champions of Division III.

"Isaac brings a wealth of coaching leadership to Seton Hill," Seton Hill athletic director Chris Snyder said in a release. "He revitalized the football program at Widener in a very short period of time and he has a plan to do the same for Seton Hill."