Football Falls to SUNY Morrisville on the Road, 42-15

Football Falls to SUNY Morrisville on the Road, 42-15

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.

FOR HUSSON:

  • 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).

GAME REVIEW:

  • 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.

HISTORICALLY SPEAKING:

This match-up marked the first-ever meeting between the Eagles and the Mustangs in program history.

UP NEXT:

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.