MORRISVILLE, N.Y. - The Husson University Eagles (0-3) fell to the State University of New York at Morrisville (2-2), 42-15, on Saturday afternoon in non-conference football action at Drake Field.
- Arthur Brefil carried the ball 19 times for 68 yards.
- David Morrison completed 16-of-29 pass attempts for 183 yards and ran the ball three times for seven yards.
- Tyler Halls caught four passes for 81 yards.
- Keyshaun Robinson recorded four catches for 48 yards and added a three-yard rushing touchdown.
- Zach Connolly recorded a career-high 12 tackles (nine solo and three assists).
- Frank Curran contributed a career-high ten tackles (two solos and eight assists).
FOR SUNY MORRISVILLE:
- Bill Flatow finished 15-of-19 for 214 yards with two touchdowns.
- Kinsey Williams ran for 81 yards and three touchdowns.
- Toure Hall caught six passes for 77 yards.
- Jermaine Cooper had four catches for 57 yards and two scores.
- Jose Garcia recorded 12 tackles (four solos, eight assists, 1.0 for loss) with a pass breakup.
- Phil Benjamin finished the game with nine tackles (two solos, seven assists, 0.5 for loss).
- After a scoreless first quarter, SUNY Morrisville scored on three consecutive drives in the second stanza to take a 21-0 lead at halftime on one-yard runs by Sterling Fitz-Henley and Kinsey Williams, and a three-yard run by Williams.
- Two touchdown passes from Flatow to Cooper pushed the Mustang lead to 35-0 after three quarters before a three-yard touchdown run by Keyshaun Robinson put the Eagles on the board with 14:46 remaining in the game.
- The Mustangs put the game out of reach on Williams' third rushing touchdown of the game five minutes and 15 seconds later after Robinson crossed the goal line.
- Husson tallied the final points of the game when Santiago Isaza pushed himself into the endzone one-yard out as time expired and Isaza two-point rush attempt was good to make the game 42-15.
This match-up marked the first-ever meeting between the Eagles and the Mustangs in program history.
Husson returns to the gridiron next Saturday when they renew their rivalry with Becker College in Leicester, Mass. in the program's first-ever CCC Football opener.