Tim Styles ran 82 yards for a touchdown with 3:02 remaining in the third quarter to help Bowie State beat Guilford, 13-12, yesterday at Bowie State.
Bowie State, which ended a 32-game losing streak two weeks ago against Cheyney, has won two of its last three games and improved to 2-3.
The Guilford team (1-4), from near Greensboro, N.C., took a 9-0 lead into the half after Rick Herring's 33-yard field goal in the first period and Jeff Schreiber's four-yard touchdown run.
Bowie pulled within 9-7 when Clarence Boykins ran two yards for a touchdown and David Hall kicked the conversion.
Herring kicked a 32-yard field goal with 4:06 remaining in the third quarter to provide a 12-7 lead.
Then Styles gave Bowie the lead for good when he took a pitchout from Boykins, got a good block by Tony Atwater and ran up the right sideline for the winning score.
Gallaudet 32, Stevens Tech 17: Karl White ran 28 times for 180 yards and returned a kickoff 86 yards for a touchdown as Gallaudet improved to 4-0, its best start ever. White, who also ran for a seven-yard touchdown, ran back a kickoff for a score midway in the third quarter to put the Bison ahead for good, 21-17.
Stevens Tech, in Hoboken, N.J., is 0-3. It had taken the lead, 17-14, immediately before White's kickoff return when Anthony Taylor ran back a Gallaudet kickoff 72 yards for a touchdown.
Georgetown 3, Franklin and Marshall 3: Georgetown's back-up place kicker Tom Timperman kicked a 29-yard field midway through the third quarter to give the Hoyas (1-1-1) a tie with the NCAA Division III's 12th-ranked team, Franklin and Marshall (3-0-1), in Georgetown's homecoming game.
With 5:32 left in the third quarter, Georgetown running back Dean Lowry ran 70 yards before being pulled down on the 10. Georgetown's offense stalled and Timperman came in to tie the score.
Franklin and Marshall's field goal came after the Hoyas' starting kicker, Ted Kallina, tried a 38-yard field goal in the second quarter. It was blocked. Diplomats defensive back Charles Dixon returned the ball 58 yards to the Hoyas 19. Four plays later, Sean Boardman kicked a 36-yard field goal.
Lowry rushed for 106 yards on 10 carries for the Hoyas.
Salisbury State 39, UDC 6: Frank Oliver rushed for three touchdows to help the Seagulls score 20 points in the first quarter. Mike Coppa, a senior from Silver Spring, scored two touchdowns rushing for Salisbury State (3-1). UDC is 0-5.
UDC's touchdown came on Kelvin Thompson's three-yard run. UDC freshman quarterback Kevin Brawner was six of 12 for 70 yards, and rushed 13 times for 74 yards. Thompson also caught a pass for eight yards.
Hofstra 35, Catholic 28: Ken Bonkowski passed to James Moore for a 45-yard touchdown with 45 seconds remaining to give the sixth-ranked Flying Dutchmen (4-0) the victory at Catholic Stadium.
With the score tied at 28, the Cardinals (1-3), who led by 28-14 early in the fourth quarter, drove to the Hofstra 24 with less than two minutes remaining. The drive ended, however, with Catholic's only turnover -- an interception by Matt Flannery that set up the final touchdown.
Bonkowski led the Flying Dutchmen, an NCAA Division III team, with 104 yards rushing and 99 yards passing. For the Cardinals, Karl Kohl carried the ball 20 times for 90 yards and Mike Wisely caught five of J.R. Gibson's passes for 50 yards.