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Conor Bednarski threw for one touchdown, Donald Liotine rushed for 203 yards and another score, and Stony Brook beat in-state rival Albany 20-2 on Saturday to win The Golden Apple trophy.
Conor Bednarski threw for 117 yards and one touchdown and Donald Liotine rushed for 114 yards to lead Stony Brook to a 19-7 win over Rhode Island on Saturday.
Donald Liotine had 204 yards rushing with two touchdowns on 38 carries -- all career highs -- and the Stony Brook defense recorded 12 sacks, the most in a Division I game this season, to help the
Daniel Thompson and Connor Christiansen each threw for one touchdown, and Elon intercepted four passes in a 21-7 victory over Stony Brook on Saturday.
Drew Belcher threw for 109 yards and ran for a touchdown to lead Maine to a 23-10 win over Stony Brook on Saturday.
Darius Victor scored on a 6-yard run with :50 remaining to lift Towson to a 21-14 victory over Stony Brook Saturday.
Khalid Abdullah rushed for 114 yards and a pair of touchdowns as James Madison weathered a late surge to defeat Stony Brook 38-20 on Saturday, notching the program's first-ever 5-0 start.
Stony Brook coach Chuck Priore announced that running back Stacy Bedell will miss Saturday's visit to unbeaten James Madison with a shoulder injury.
Kendell Anderson ran for 191 yards and two touchdowns to lead William & Mary to a 21-0 victory over Stony Brook on Saturday night.
Stacey Bedell rushed for 193 yards and a touchdown, on 21 carries, to lead Stony Brook past New Hampshire 31-6 on Saturday night.
The season opening contest between Stony Brook and Toledo was canceled due to severe weather on Thursday night. The game was called "no contest" and will not be made up later in the season.
The season opening contest between Stony Brook and Toledo was canceled due to severe weather on Thursday night.
FCS Stony Brook takes early lead
Although lightning has delayed the game, Conor Bednarski struck first for Stony Brook, finding Cal Daniels for a 2-yard touchdown, giving the Seawolves a 7-0 lead over Toledo.
Albany survives wild fourth 27-17 over Stony Brook
Stony Brook knocks off Rhode Island 35-14
James Madison comes back to beat Stony Brook 27-24
New Hampshire survives Stony Brook, 28-20
Stony Brook beats Elon 20-3
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