Weekend Wrap

October 10, 1994

MARYLAND (2-3) This Saturday: At North Carolina, Kenan Stadium, Chapel Hill, 1:30 p.m.

Previous game: Maryland was idle. North Carolina defeated Georgia Tech, 31-24.

NAVY (0-5) This Saturday: Lafayette, Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, 1:30 p.m.

Previous game: The Midshipmen lost to Air Force, 43-21. Navy has lost 10 straight. Lafayette lost to Dartmouth, 27-15.

Key statistics: Air Force gained 276 yards rushing, and Navy was limited to minus-6 yards on the ground. The Falcons scored 37 consecutive points to take a 43-7 lead late in the third quarter. Two Navy fumbles led to Air Force touchdowns in the third quarter. Of the Midshipmen's 11 turnovers this season, 10 have been converted into touchdowns by opponents. Navy quarterback Jim Kubiak, despite being sacked eight times, threw for 251 yards to become Navy's career pass-yardage leader with 4,808, eclipsing the 4,582 by Bill Byrne from 1984 to 1986.

MORGAN STATE (1-4) This Saturday: At North Carolina A&T, Aggie Stadium, Greensboro, N.C., 1:30 p.m.

Previous game: Morgan State lost to South Carolina State, 49-7. North Carolina A&T edged Florida A&M, 23-22.

Key statistics: South Carolina State scored 28 points in the first quarter. Last week, Morgan State had built a 28-0 lead in its 31-29 victory over Charleston Southern. Bulldogs quarterback Marvin Marshall threw two touchdown passes and ran for a third score. Morgan State quarterback Michael Moore completed six of 18 passes for 82 yards.

TOWSON STATE (3-2) This Saturday: Idle. Next game Oct. 22 vs. American International Minnegan Stadium.

Previous game: Towson State suffered its second consecutive loss, 41-28, to Bucknell. American International lost to Ithaca, 17-13.

Key statistics: Bucknell's special teams play was the difference. A blocked punt that was recovered in the end zone for a touchdown, two Towson fumbles on kickoff returns and a big return of the opening kick of the second half added up to 28 points for Bucknell. Towson State quarterback Dan Crowley threw 55 passes -- one shy of the school record -- and completed 33 for 366 yards and three touchdowns. Mark Orlando (10 receptions for 200 yards) became the Tigers' all-time career leader in receiving yardage with 2,896 yards.

@BOWIE STATE (2-4) This Saturday: At Winston-Salem, Bowman Gray Stadium, Winston-Salem, N.C., 1:30 p.m.

Previous game: Bowie State ended a four-game losing streak with a 30-20 victory over Johnson C. Smith. Winston-Salem lost to Norfolk State, 50-48.

Key statistics: Bowie State, which was shut out in three consecutive games before scoring 14 points in a loss to Virginia Union last week, had its best offensive game of the season. The Bulldogs accumulated 456 yards of total offense. Bowie State quarterback Darrell Foote completed 20 of 33 for 240 yards and a touchdown.

FROSTBURG STATE (5-0) This Saturday: SUNY-Brockport, Bobcat Stadium, Frostburg, p.m.

Previous game: Brian Goodger's 19-yard field goal with 1:19 left gave Frostburg State a 24-21 win over Trenton State. SUNY-Brockport lost to Cortland State, 20-14.

Key statistics: Frostburg State, ranked eighth in Division III, was held to 324 yards of total offense, down from its average of 452.3 before Saturday. Bobcats quarterback Gilbert Telleria completed six of 18 for 157 yards. He also rushed for 75 yards. Ariel Bell caught three passes for 118 yards, including a 65-yard touchdown catch for the Bobcats.


This Friday: Muhlenberg, Homewood Field, 7:30 p.m.

Previous game: Johns Hopkins lost to Ursinus, 21-20. Muhlenberg lost to Swarthmore, 43-17.

Key statistics: Johns Hopkins quarterback Dan Redziniak completed 16 of 22 passes for a career-best 209 yards and a touchdown. Ryan McCrum caught six passes for 125 yards, including a 67-yard touchdown reception for the Blue Jays. Ron Floyd caught a two-point conversion pass from Brian Lafond with 42 seconds left for the game-winning score. Blue Jays kicker Todd Bencivenni's 51-yard field-goal attempt was short as time expired.

SALISBURY STATE (1-3) This Saturday: Newport News, Sea Gull Stadium, Salisbury, 1 Previous game: Salisbury State routed Chowan, 35-2. Newport News beat Ferrum, 20-17.

Key statistics: Salisbury State quarterback Marc Thomas threw for 176 yards and three touchdowns. The Sea Gulls jumped into a quick lead when freshman Tony Hill returned the opening kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown. The Sea Gulls limited Chowan to three first downs and 61 total yards. Tim Jones had two of Salisbury's three interceptions.


This Saturday: Dickinson, Bair Stadium, Westminster, 1:30 p.m.

Previous game: Western Maryland edged Randolph-Macon, 31-28. Dickinson defeated Franklin & Marshall, 42-13.

Key statistics: Green Terror quarterback Brian Van Deusen (18-for-27, 332 yards) threw three touchdown passes, including a 54-yarder to Alan Pietkiewicz with 1:40 remaining in the game. Van Deusen, who has had three straight 300-yard passing games, became Western Maryland's all-time leading passer with yards.

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