Seawolves Hold Off Siena, 14-0

Quarterback Scott Bard ran for a touchdown in Saturday's game. (File Photo)
 
Quarterback Scott Bard ran for a touchdown in Saturday's game. (File Photo)
 
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Oct 26, 2002

Final Stats

LOUDONVILLE, N.Y. (AP) - Rod Williams and quarterback Scott Bard each ran for a touchdown as Stony Brook beat Siena 14-0 on Saturday.

A steady rain and messy field helped both defenses, and the game was scoreless at the half. Siena (2-5) limited Stony Brook to 122 passing yards and 163 rushing. Linebacker Dan Smacchia had 16 tackles including a sack.

The Seawolves (5-2) held Siena to 69 yards passing and 155 on the ground. Linebacker Aden Smith had 17 tackles.

In the third quarter, Stony Brook drove 92 yards in 11 plays and scored at 6:13. Bard hit running back Williams on a 49-yard pass play, followed by Williams' 1-yard touchdown run.

Bard rushed four yards for a touchdown early in the fourth quarter, the Seawolves covering 51 yards in five plays.