Football Falls At Georgetown, 49-21

Clinton Graham reached the end zone three times in Saturday's game at Georgetown.
 
Clinton Graham reached the end zone three times in Saturday's game at Georgetown.
 
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Oct 11, 2003

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Luke McArdle caught three touchdown passes from Andrew Crawford as Georgetown defeated Stony Brook 49-21 Saturday afternoon.

Marcus Slayton ran for 132 yards on 19 carries for the Hoyas (2-4, 1-2 Patriot League), who have won two straight. Crawford completed 10-of-18 passes for 260 yards and four touchdowns.

Clinton Graham scored three touchdowns for Stony Brook (2-3, 1-2 Northeast Conference), which dropped its third straight game.

The Hoyas scored on four of their first five drives in the first meeting between the schools.

McArdle's 36-yard touchdown reception 4:47 into the game put the Hoyas ahead 7-0. After Graham scored on an option pitch from 3 yards out, the Hoyas rang up 27 unanswered points.

Alondzo Turner scrambled through the Seawolves defense for a 14-7 lead with 4:51 left in the first quarter and Jason Abrams' interception of a tipped pass from Stony Brook quarterback T.J. Moriarty set up a 24-yard scoring pass from Crawford to McArdle late in the opening period.

Craig Agnello pounced on John Sims' fumble in the end zone for a 27-7 lead 2:22 into the second quarter and McArdle, who had five receptions for 147 yards, hauled in a 39-yard touchdown reception 4:37 before halftime.

Graham dove in from the 1 on the final play of the half, but Georgetown's Derrick Deese blocked Michael Soto's point-after attempt and Matt Fronczke picked the ball up and raced down the sideline untouched.