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RJ Noel threw three touchdown passes, Nate Chavious rushed for three scores, and Sacred Heart pitched a second-half shutout in a 45-17 win over Wagner on Saturday.
Otis Wright ran for 193 yards and a score as Wagner notched its first win of the season, rolling over Central Connecticut 28-7 on Saturday.
Dalton Easton threw three first-quarter touchdown passes and Bryant routed winless Wagner 40-10 on Saturday.
Rafiq Douglas ran for a career-high 191 yards with three touchdowns and Duquesne beat Wagner 35-17 on Saturday.
Tanner Mangum was 12 of 13 for 237 yards and three touchdowns -all in the first half- and BYU scored a touchdown on seven straight drives in a 70-6 victory over Wagner on Saturday.
Zack Drayer threw three touchdown passes -- all to Frank Failace -- and St. Francis (Pa) ran away from Wagner 43-14 on Saturday.
Cameron Molina ran for a touchdown and Max Keefe scored on a fumble return 16 seconds apart early in the first quarter and Columbia went on to beat Wagner 26-3 on Saturday night to end a 24-game
Connor Shennan kicked three field goals, including the 19-yard game winner with 24 seconds remaining, to lead Robert Morris to a 9-6 victory over Wagner on Saturday.
Drew Reed passed for 308 yards and four touchdowns, and ran for another, as Lafayette rallied from two scores down to defeat Wagner 35-24 on Saturday night.
Cody Williams threw for 243 yards on 23 of 34 passing with a touchdown to help lead Monmouth to a 31-16 victory over Wagner on Saturday.
Darik Dillard ran for two touchdowns and Rice rolled over Wagner 56-16 in the opener for both teams on Saturday in a game that was delayed at the start by foul weather.
Wagner slips by Bryant 23-20
Wagner puts away Duquesne in fourth quarter, 23-13
Wager shuts out Robert Morris 20-0
Sacred Heart's defense leads 23-7 win over Wagner
Andrews' 2 TD runs lead Wagner over CCSU 20-10
Wagner beats St. Francis (Pa.) in 2 OTs 46-39
Lafayette holds off Wagner 35-23
Late pick key as Monmouth (NJ) beats Wagner 21-16
McGough's 2 TD passes leads FIU over Wagner 34-3
Wagner outlasts Georgetown, 21-3
St. John's took a big step towards securing an NCAA tournament at-large bid Saturday. But three other local schools moved closer to the Big Dance as well.
NEW YORK -- Wagner College has suspended junior guard Jay Harris for the remainder of the season, citing a violation of school policy.Harris, the team's third-leading scorer (10.
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