Sophomore defensive back Kenneth Turner intercepted three passes and junior Clifton Budd led the Bowie State offense with 54 rushing yards as the Bulldogs recorded a 14-0 homecoming victory over St. Paul's on Saturday to keep them unbeaten in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association and move them to 6-2 overall.
Turner returned an interception 37 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter to give the Bulldogs a 7-0 lead.
Midway through the fourth quarter, Larry Dixon (Dunbar) recovered a fumble to ensure the shutout.
Ursinus 16, Johns Hopkins 14: : Blue Jays junior Alex Lachman was wide left on a 35-yard field-goal attempt with 27 seconds remaining, and the visiting Bears (3-3) escaped with a victory despite their having just 9 yards of offense in the second half.
In a game featuring 20 punts, it was an error early in the game by the Hopkins punting unit that ultimately proved to be the deciding factor in the two-point loss. A bad snap sailed over the head of Blue Jays punter Max Islinger and he swatted the ball out of the back of the end zone for a safety to give the Bears a 2-0 lead midway through the first quarter.
Ursinus grabbed a 16-7 lead and held on to it until late in the third quarter, when the Blue Jays (5-2) went 46 yards in seven plays and cut the nine-point deficit to two on a 1-yard touchdown run by Andrew Kase.
After a Blue Jays timeout late in the game, Lachman drilled a 35-yard attempt, but Ursinus had called timeout and forced another try. This time, he hooked it just wide and the Bears secured the win.
McDaniel 16, Muhlenberg 9: : With the Green Terror clinging to a one-point lead, Sam Cox (Towson) recorded a sack, fumble recovery and 36-yard touchdown to seal the win for the visiting Green Terror in the Centennial Conference.
McDaniel (4-2) ended a 13-game road conference losing streak.
After Nick DeLuca kicked a 21-yard field goal in the first quarter, Matt Cahill caught a 32-yard touchdown pass to make it 10-0 in the second.
The Mules closed to 10-9 late before Cox put the game away.
Ithaca 20, Frostburg State 10: : The Bobcats (0-7) fell to the Bombers (5-2) as Ithaca senior quarterback Brian Grastorf threw three touchdown passes.
The Bombers withstood a late rally, stopping the Bobcats twice on downs in the fourth quarter. After Frostburg State's only touchdown pulled the Bobcats to within 13-10, the Bobcats intercepted a Bombers pass and drove to the Ithaca 28 early in the fourth.
Ithaca sophomore cornerback Spence White intercepted a Frostburg pass on the Bobcats' next play, and the hosts' final drive ended when junior strong safety David Ahonen broke up a fourth-down pass.
Lake Erie 28, Salisbury 7: : The visiting Sea Gulls (3-3) struggled offensively and ultimately fell to the Storm (5-3), which limited Salisbury to 207 total yards.
Salisbury started slowly as the Sea Gulls struggled to move the ball and found themselves down 21-0 after one quarter. The Storm benefited from three touchdown runs in the period, including 26- and 48-yard scampers by quarterback Sean Bedevelski. Lake Erie scored a touchdown late in the second quarter to make it 28-0 at the half.