Stony Brook Seawolves head coach Chuck Priore yells to the referee. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

CAA Football: A Recap of Yesterday's Action

Maine 37Villanova 35

The Maine Black Bears remained atop the CAA football standings as they held off the Villanova Wildcats 37-35 in Pennsylvania. Maine led for much of the game, but had to thwart several comeback attempts by ‘Nova before putting the game away. Black Bears quarterback Marcus Wasilewski threw for 337 yards and a pair of touchdowns, and also tacked on another touchdown on the ground. The senior QB led his team in rushing with 86 yards as Maine improved to 7-1 (4-0) on the season.

Towson 48Richmond 32

The Spiders couldn’t keep pace with the Terrance West and the #6 team in the FCS yesterday as they fell to 0-4 in conference play. West, Towson’s junior running back, put on another show. The Baltimore, MD native rushed for an insane 272 yards and four touchdowns, and also added a six yard receiving touchdown to post five of the Tigers’ seven touchdowns. Towson’s other two scores came on the defensive side of the ball in a dominating effort on the road.

William & Mary 17James Madison 7

Things looked good for the James Madison Dukes when they jumped out to an early 7-0 lead, but it was all downhill from there. The William & Mary Tribe used an excellent defensive effort to prevail in what was seemingly a pretty ugly game. JMU had a chance in the fourth quarter, but a 90-yard interception return by W&M’s Jared Velasquez for a touchdown sealed the win for the Tribe.

New Hampshire 31Stony Brook 13

After starting the season at 1-3, the New Hampshire Wildcats have found their stride. UNH won their third straight game yesterday as they topped the Seawolves in Stony Brook, NY. Wildcats quarterback Sean Goldrich and senior receiver Justin Mello were in sync all afternoon as they hooked up for three touchdowns. The New Hampshire defense also forced three turnovers as they dropped Stony Brook to 1-3 in the conference.

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