Brad Scoffern kicked a 25-yard field goal in overtime and Georgetown beat Duquesne, 10-7, yesterday at Multi-Sport Field.

Marcus Slayton ran 29 times for 115 yards and a touchdown for the Hoyas (3-3), who had lost three of four. Georgetown prevailed in a nonconference game played in a steady downpour, winning its second overtime game of the season.

Duquesne (2-3), which lost its third straight game, wasted a chance to score after winning the coin toss and getting the first possession of overtime. But on fourth down of the first series, Mark Troyan's 40-yard field goal attempt was wide right and short.

Georgetown took possession and moved the ball to the 8-yard line on six plays, four of them carries by Slayton, who notched his fifth career 100-yard game.

Scoffern, who missed a 52-yarder as regulation expired, sailed a rising line drive from the left hash for the game-winner.

Slayton put Georgetown ahead 7-0 early in the second quarter after a short punt and a 15-yard return by Brian Tandy put the Hoyas at the Duquesne 21. Slayton ran for four and 11 yards on the next two plays before slamming off tackle for a six-yard touchdown.

The Dukes tied the game with 11 minutes 57 seconds left in regulation on a nine-play, 56-yard drive. Scott Knapp found Dan Spriggs on an inside slant pattern for a 10-yard scoring pass.

Georgetown quarterback Nick Cangelosi was 4 of 13 for eight yards, the third-fewest passing yards in school history.

* BOWIE ST. 13, ELIZABETH CITY ST. 8: Isaac Redman ran for 210 yards and Sterling Green scored on an 87-yard touchdown pass to lead the visiting Bulldogs.

Bowie State's Devin Williams returned a fumble 25 yards for a touchdown in the game's first play from scrimmage. Late in the first half, the Bulldogs (5-2, 2-2 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association) faked a punt and tight end Aaron Moore hit Green for a 13-0 lead. Elizabeth City State fell to 1-6, 0-4.

* WASHINGTON AND LEE 27, CATHOLIC 24: In Lexington, Va., Greg Tweardy hit wide receiver Jack Martin with a two-yard touchdown pass with five seconds remaining to lift the Generals (4-1, 2-0 Old Dominion Athletic Conference) past the Cardinals (1-4, 1-1).