Jaime Prince





22




Murray Street.
MSU

2-9, 1-4

52






Southeast Mo. St.
SE

9-2 , 5-0

22

52


Southeast Mo. St.
SE

9-2 , 5-0





















Score by quarters
Crew 1st 2nd 3rd 4th F

MSU
Murray Street.
3 6 6 seven 22

SE
Southeast Mo. St.
21 ten 14 seven 52


Game recap: Soccer |




Three different MSU players score in season finale



In a word

The Murray State football team ended its 2022 football season with a 52-22-15 losse-ranked Southeast Missouri Saturday afternoon at Houck Stadium in Cape Girardeau.

Fast facts

  • The biggest problem the Racers faced on Saturday was Redhawk running back Geno Hess. The senior ran for an OVC-record 317 yards on Saturday on 26 carries to go along with four touchdowns.
  • After starting quarterback Jayden Stinson left the game, backup Lucas Maue came in and went 2-for-4 for 87 yards and two touchdowns. On the ground, Maue added 15 yards and a rushing touchdown.
  • DeQuan Dallas caught one of Maue’s two touchdown passes in the game, a 70-yard strike that marks Dallas’ third career TD reception over 70 yards. The other touchdown was 17 yards to Taylor Shields on Maue’s first passing play of the game.
  • Defensively, Nate Chambers and Cam Brown led Murray State with seven tackles apiece in the game, while Lawaun Powell added five tackles, 2.0 tackles for loss and 1.0 sacks.

And after?

The 2022 season ends for the Racers at 2-9 overall and 1-4 in their final season in the Ohio Valley Conference. After 75 seasons in the OVC, Murray State will move on to the Missouri Valley Conference season. The 2023 season will open at home for the Racers on September 2 against Presbyterian.