W. Maryland holds off F&M, 21-20

October 23, 1994|By From Staff Reports LANCASTER, Pa.

SALISBURY — LANCASTER, Pa. -- Senior wide receiver Butch Schaffer caught nine passes for 146 yards and two touchdowns and Western Maryland (4-3, 3-2) broke up a late two-point conversion attempt to edge Franklin & Marshall (1-6, 0-4), 21-20, in a Centennial Conference game yesterday.

Schaffer set a school single-season record for receiving yards with 794, breaking Andy Steckel's 1991 mark of 776.

Green Terror quarterback Brian Van Deusen, who was questionable because of a concussion suffered last week, started and finished 24 of 44 for 273 yards and three


Wesley 49, Salisbury State 47

SALISBURY -- Salisbury State (2-4) scored three touchdowns in the last 3:50 but failed on a two-point conversion in its loss to Wesley (6-1). Marc Thomas threw a 22-yard touchdown pass to Burt Cashman to pull the Sea Gulls within two with 24 seconds left.

Running back Byron Pugh tied a Salisbury State single-game record with six touchdowns.

Frostburg 42, Bridgewater 10


FROSTBURG -- Frostburg State (7-0), ranked second in the NCAA Division III South Region, broke open a close game in the third quarter against Bridgewater (0-7).

Georgetown 17, J. Hopkins 14


WASHINGTON -- Sophomore Brendan Gaughan kicked a 37-yard field goal with 15 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter to lift host Georgetown (2-4) over Johns Hopkins (2-4).

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