Delaware Valley secured the Keystone Cup for the second year in a row and qualified for postseason play for the ninth straight season and the 13th time in the last 14 years as the Aggies dominated Widener University, 45-7, in Chester.

The Aggies (8-2, 7-2 Middle Atlantic Conference) finished tied for second place in the league with Albright College, but the Lions have the tiebreaker thanks to a last-second victory over Del Val in September.

Del Val dominated all three facets of the contest. On offense, the team racked up 339 yards and controlled the ball for more than 35 minutes. The Aggies defense permitted just 113 total yards, with 63 coming on a late scoring drive. They also notched seven sacks, forced three turnovers, and held the Pride (6-4, 6-3) to just one first down and minus-9 yards rushing through three quarters.

West Chester 37, Clarion 10 - The Golden Rams were clicking on all cylinders in their regular-season finale behind the running of Mike Class and Jarel Elder.

The visiting Rams (8-3, 7-1 PSAC) gained 237 of their 425 total yards of offense on the ground.

Class led West Chester in rushing, carrying the ball 15 times for 118 yards and a touchdown. And Elder eclipsed 1,000 yards on the season, gaining 83 yards on 21 carries.

Colgate 38, Lafayette 17 - Jake Melville threw for two touchdowns and ran for another as the host Red Raiders built on a first-half lead to coast past the Leopards.

Ursinus 37, Dickinson 14 - The Bears (2-8) ended their disappointing season with an impressive home win, thanks to two touchdowns by Corey Kelly and a dominant defensive effort.