Brockport ready for first final four, with defending champs up next
Delaware Valley tried to ice Brett Ranzi twice.
Both times, they failed.
"I didn't even know they could call two timeouts," the senior kicker said.
But the Spencerport grad stayed cool, and kicked the Golden Eagles into their first final four.
"It feels amazing," said sophomore quarterback Joe Germinerio. "There was 249 teams to start this journey, now there's four left and we're one of them."
Next up, defending national champs Mary Hardin-Baylor. But Brockport isn't intimidated. The Golden Eagles have proven they more than just belong among the nation's elite.
Toby Motyka caught up with Brockport ahead of Saturday's national semifinal.