Senior Gordie Lockbaum gained a career-high 270 all-purpose yards and scored four touchdowns yesterday to lead Holy Cross to a 48-10 victory over Bucknell in Lewisburg, Pa.

The Crusaders, the No. 1 team in Division I-AA, moved to 6-0 overall and, at 4-0, clinched the Colonial League title. Bucknell is 2-4, 1-3.

Lockbaum caught seven passes for 165 yards and a touchdown, rushed five times for 20 yards with three touchdowns and returned four kicks for 85 yards. He also recorded a sack.

Princeton 16, Lehigh 15:

Rob Goodwin kicked a 39-yard field goal with no time remaining in Princeton, N.J. Princeton (4-1) began its game-winning drive on its 2 after Dean Cain's third interception. Judd Garrett caught five passes from brother Jason Garrett to set up Goodwin. Lehigh is 3-3.

West Virginia 45, Cincinnati 17:

In Morgantown, W.Va., freshman quarterback Major Harris ran 64 yards for a touchdown on the second play of the game and the Mountaineers (3-3) scored on their first four possessions of the second half. Cincinnati, playing without injured quarterback Danny McCoin, fell to 2-4.

Yale 27, Columbia 13:

In New York, Kelly Ryan threw three touchdown passes, two to Dean Athanasia, leading the Bulldogs to an Ivy League victory over the Lions, who lost for the 36th straight time.

Columbia extended its major college record for consecutive losses and is winless in its last 39 games, including two ties. The Lions are 0-5, 0-3.

Athanasia's six receptions raised his career total to 89, most in Yale history. Yale is 3-2, 1-1.

Harvard 42, Dartmouth 3:

In Cambridge, Mass., Tom Yohe passed for three touchdowns and Tony Hinz and Dave Bunning scored two apiece, leading the Crimson (4-1, 2-1 Ivy League) over the Big Green (1-4, 0-2).

Yohe, a junior, became the first Harvard player to pass for 200 yards in four consecutive games as he connected on 16 of 26 attempts for 237 yards before retiring early in the fourth period.

Rutgers 38, Boston College 24:

In Piscataway, N.J., Scott Erney threw touchdown passes of 10 and 63 yards to Eric Young and the Scarlet Knights (4-2) scored on five straight possessions against the Eagles (4-3).

Rutgers had scoring drives of 81, 68, 67, 48 and 62 yards during a 31-point surge in the second and third quarters that wiped out a 10-point deficit before a homecoming crowd of 30,252, the third-largest in Rutgers Stadium history.

Colgate 22, Army 20:

In West Point, N.Y., quarterback Damon Phelan ran for two touchdowns and threw for one and Kenny Gamble gained 188 yards on 31 carries to move into second place on the all-time Division I-AA rushing list as the Red Raiders (4-3) held off the Cadets (2-4).

Gamble, already the division's all-purpose yardage record-holder, has 4,630 yards rushing in his career. He trails Frank Hawkins of Nevada-Reno, 5,333 yards.

Brown 23, Cornell 15:

In Providence, R.I., senior quarterback Mark Donovan ran 66 yards for the deciding touchdown in the third quarter as the Bruins (4-1, 3-1), benefiting from four interceptions, took sole possession of first place in the Ivy League. The Big Red is 4-1, 2-1.

Richmond 17, Maine 7:

In Orono, Maine, Eric Hopkins carried 32 times for 106 yards and a touchdown, and the Spiders (4-3, 4-1) had five interceptions in a Yankee Conference victory over the Black Bears (4-3, 3-1).