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Liotine’s 2 TDs Lead SBU Past William & Mary

September 30, 2017
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Liotine celebrates his rushing TD this evening

This evening the Stony Brook University football team improved to 4-1 on the season and 3-0 in conference play with a 21-18 victory at William & Mary. The victory was the Seawolves’ first over the Tribe.

Stacey Bedell got the scoring started for the Brook on a 10-yard run with three minutes left in the first quarter. Liotine put the Seawolves up two scores after a 9-yard run with 40 seconds remaining in the half, the 9th rushing touchdown of his career. Then, with 8:16 left in the third quarter, Liotine broke the game open with his first receiving touchdown, a 61-yard reception, courtesy of Joe Carbone, that put the Brook up 21-0. It was Stony Brook’s longest pass play since 2014. The Tribe would not go down without a fight as they scored the next 18 points, but the Seawolves’ defense held on for the win.

Liotine was Stony Brook’s leading receiver with 2 receptions for 74 yards. He added 42 yards on the ground on 11 carries for 116 total yards. H

Liotine and the Seawolves are back in action next Saturday at home vs. Delaware.



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