2017 Football
Record: 2-6 Home: 0-4 Away: 2-2 TSC: 1-3
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The Skyhawks offense was not able to put any points on the board and was shut out by Charleston Southern, 66-0.
Charleston Southern University
Football - Sat, Sep. 23, 2017

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. – The Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) Charleston Southern University Buccaneers (1-2) defeated the visiting Point University Skyhawks (1-3), 66-0 in Saturday, Sept. 23 intercollegiate football action at Buccaneer Field in North Charleston, S.C.


 The Buccaneers scored on 10 out of their 14 drives, scoring 14 points in the first quarter, 17 in the second, 14 in the third, and 21 in the fourth.  The Skyhawks were unable to gain any momentum as they were forced to punt 10 times on the night, picking up only six first downs and amassing just 98 yards of total offense.


Junior quarterback Derek Bellard (Lake Charles, LA) completed two of his nine passing attempts for 37 yards with no touchdowns, sophomore running back Darius Blackmon (Columbus, GA) carried the ball nine times for 39 yards, and wide receiver Charles Ducksworth (Mt. Olive, MS) was Point's leading receiver with one catch for 20 yards.


Sophomore defensive back Micah Oglesby (Toccoa, GA) led all Skyhawks with 10 tackles and forced one fumble, senior linebacker Isaiah Ross (Dallas, GA) made nine tackles, junior defensive back Jarrod Ollie (Jasper, AL) totaled six tackles and recovered one fumble, and freshman defensive back Brandon Johnson (Apopka, FL) recorded four tackles and recovered  a fumble.


CSU quarterback Shane Bucenell completed 14 of his 17 passing attempts for 273 yards and threw three touchdowns.  Running back Noah Shuler rushed eleven times for 79 yards and one touchdown and wide receiver Kameron Brown led the Buccaneers with six receptions for 113 yards and one touchdown.


Next Game: Coached by Julius Dixon, the Skyhawks host Mid-South Conference divisional opponent Reinhardt University, at Ram Stadium in Valley, Ala. on Saturday, Sept. 30 at 6:00 p.m. Eastern time.