Marshall Ellick's Two Touchdowns not Enough in Loss at Towson


TOWSON, MD. – Stony Brook football WR Marshall Ellick (Richmond, Va.) pulled down a pair of touchdown passes on Saturday afternoon, but it wasn't enough for the Seawolves in the 52-28 loss at Towson in a CAA Football game at Johnny Unitas Stadium. The 13th ranked Seawolves (4-2, 2-1 CAA Football) also got touchdowns from senior RB Donald Liotine(Medford, N.Y.) and senior RB Jordan Gowins(Bellport, N.Y.). Liotine's was one of two passing touchdowns for senior QB Joe Carbone(Wethersfield,Conn.). Sophomore QB Tyquell Fields (Yonkers, N.Y.) also tossed a touchdown in the loss to the 23rd-ranked Tigers (4-1, 2-0 CAA Football) SCORING

  • Towson got the scoring started by taking the opening kickoff 96 yards for the touchdown. The return was by RB Shane Simpson. That PAT by K Aidan O'Neill was good.

  • The Tigers added to their lead with an eight-yard run by RB Shane Simpson with 10:13 left in the first quarter. The PAT by K Aiden O'Neill was good. The drive was seven plays for 64 yards and took 3:12 off the clock.

  • Towson extended the first-quarter lead with a 12-yard pass from QB Tom Flacco to WR Chris Clark with 5:28 left in the quarter. The PAT by K Aiden O'Neill was good. The drive was seven plays for 56 yards and lasted 3:18.

  • Stony Brook got on the board with 11:35 left in the second quarter when QB Joe Carbone hit WR Marshall Ellick in stride for a 53-yard touchdown pass. The PAT by K Alex Lucansky was good. The play came immediately after DB Synceir Malone's interception.

  • The Seawolves cut into the deficit with a 25-yard touchdown pass from QB Joe Carbone to RB Donald Liotine. The PAT by K Alex Lucansky was good. The score came on the first play after Stony Brook forced a Towson fumble.

  • Towson struck again when QB Tom Flacco hit WR Chris Clark for a 24-yard touchdown pass. The PAT by Aiden O'Neill was good. The drive was two plays for 27 yards and took 0:43.

  • The Tigers went back up by 21 points with a 30-yard touchdown pass from QB Tom Flacco to WR Brent