CLINTON, S.C. -- Michael Coulter threw for a career-high four touchdowns and Stony Brook routed Presbyterian 37-7 Saturday.
The Seawolves (5-4, 4-0 Big South) scored all 37 unanswered and finished with 509 yards of offense, compared to the Blue Hoses' 176.
Stony Brook controlled possession with 21 first downs compared to Presbyterian's 10.
After a safety, Coulter got back to work throwing a 48-yard pass to Michael Lepore and another to Gush, this time for 23 yards, to go up 37-0 with 13:43 left to play. Vincent Polo's 10-yard run rounded out the Seawolves' scoring with 2:53 remaining.
Maysonet finished with 130 yards on 20 carries for Stony Brook.
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