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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.
Dalton Crossan ran for two touchdowns to lead New Hampshire to a 24-14 victory over Albany on Saturday night.
Cory Parker recovered a muffed punt in the end zone and Albany snapped a four-game losing streak with a 17-6 victory over Delaware on Saturday.
Jacobi Green ran for 186 yards with two touchdowns and Richmond held off Albany 38-31 on Saturday.
Zack Bednarczyk completed all 12 of his pass attempts for 152 yards and two touchdowns, and Villanova's defense pitched its first shutout since 2013 in Saturday's 37-0 win over Albany (NY).
Dan Collins and Drew Belcher combined for four touchdowns, leading Maine to a 39-7 win over Albany on Saturday.
Peter Pujals threw for three touchdowns and Holy Cross blanked Albany 37-0 on Saturday for the Crusaders' first shutout since 2012.
D.J. Crook threw two touchdown passes and Albany held on to beat Duquesne 17-14 on Saturday.
Vad Lee threw four touchdown passes and had 347 total yards to help James Madison overcome six turnovers and beat Albany 42-28 Saturday.
Joe Licata threw two touchdowns to lead Buffalo to a 51-14 win over Albany (N.Y.) on Saturday in the season opener for both teams.
Buffalo takes punt for 86-yard TD
Jacob Martinez juked the first few defenders then turned on the speed on this return TD. Buffalo rolled Albany 51-14.
Albany star sets assists record
In the first quarter of today's quarterfinal game against Notre Dame, Albany's Lyle Thompson picked up assist No. 222, the most in Division I history. Thompson was already the all-time leader in career points with 395 entering today's play. Live on ESPNU & WatchESPN
Albany survives wild fourth 27-17 over Stony Brook
Robertson with 5 TDs, Villanova beats Albany 48-31
Delaware scores 21-unanswered in 3rd; beats Albany
New Hampshire rolls past Albany 49-24
Albany overcomes turnovers, beats Colgate 24-17
Albany too strong; beats Maine 20-7
Strauss, Richmond handle Albany 41-28
Maglio FG lifts James Madison past Albany, 31-28
Osbourne, defense lead Albany past Columbia 42-7
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