Quarterback Bob Sitz completed 15 of 22 passes for 179 yards and three touchdowns as undefeated Georgetown swept by host Gallaudet, 42-12, yesterday.
The Hoyas, second in the NCAA's Division III in total offense going into the game, amassed 414 yards and held Gallaudet to 118 yards. Georgetown is now 4-9, Gallaudet 2-3.
Georgetown fullback John Federico, the game's leading rusher with 61 yards on 11 carries, ran for two touchdowns. Federico opened the scoring with a 14-yard run that capped the Hoyas' 10-play, 71-yard first scoring drive.
Sitz fired touchdown passes of 13 and nine yards, to Clayton Wagner and Lloyd Campbell, respectively, in the second period as Georgetown secured a comfortable 21-6 halftime lead.
Wagner led all receivers with six catches for 92 yards and one touchdown. Campbell grabbed a Sitz pass of three yards for a touchdown in the third quarter.
Sam Lofaro rushed for a careerhigh 138 yards and one touchdown in 26 attempts to lead Catholic to a 17-6 victory over visiting Duquesne yesterday. The Iron Dukes had won the last six games between the two colleges.
Lofaro gained all 49 yards in Catholic's second-half opening march that gave the Cardinal's 17-0 lead. Catholic's shutout was ruined in the final minute on a deflected 32-yard touchdown pass.Ken Mallory threw for one touchdown and scored on a 12-yard run for the winners.