Stony Brook's Complete Game Rolls Rhode Island on Homecoming

TONY BROOK, N.Y. – It was a record breaking night at Kenneth P. LaValle where the 17th-ranked Stony Brook football team posted a 52-14 victory over No. 22 Rhode Island in front of a Homecoming crowd on Saturday in a CAA Football showdown of ranked opponents. The Seawolves (6-2, 4-1 CAA Football) put up the most points against a CAA Football opponent in the program's history on the way to securing a winning season with the sixth victory. History was also made when the "Long Island Express" duo of senior RB Donald Liotine (Medford, N.Y.) and senior RB Jordan Gowins (Bellport, N.Y.) both gained over 100 rushing yards for the fourth time in the same game this season, tying the school record. SCORING

  • Stony Brook struck first when RB Jordan Gowins punched it in from one yard out with 9:11 left in the opening quarter. The PAT by K Alex Lucansky was good. The drive was six plays for 64 yards and took 2:22 off the clock.

  • K Alex Lucanksy's 35-yard field goal with 0:04 left in the first quarter added to the Seawolves' lead. The drive was 12 plays for 46 yards and took 5:01 off the clock.

  • Stony Brook added to the lead when QB Joe Carbone found WR Julius Wingate in the end zone from 33 yards out with 9:13 left in the second quarter. The PAT by K Alex Lucansky was good. The drive was seven plays for 63 yards and lasted 3:13.

  • Seawolves' QB Tyquell Fields hit TE Cal Daniels in the end zone with a two-yard pass with 4:54 remaining in the second quarter. The PAT by K Alex Lucansky was good. The drive was six plays for 51 yards and took 2:42 off the clock.

  • Rhode Island cracked the scoring column when RB Nai Jones scored on a one-yard run with 1:13 left in the first half. The PAT by K CJ Carrick was good. The drive was 10 plays for 75 yards and took 3:41 off the clock.

  • RB Donald Liotine added to Stony Brook's lead with the first scoring of the second half on a one-yard run with 11:17 remaining in the third quarter. The PAT by K Alex Lucansky was good. The drive, the began with an interception by DB CeQuan Jefferson, was five plays for 25 yards and lasted 2:11

  • Stony Brook expanded the lead when RB Jordan Gowins scored on a four-yard run with 7:57 left in the third quarter. The PAT by K Alex Lucansky was good. The drive was five plays for 55 yards and took 2:19 off the clock.

  • QB Joe Carbone scored a rushing touchdown of his own with a three-yard rush with 14:55 left in the fourth quarter. The PAT by K Alex Lucansky was good. The drive was 10 plays for 95 yards and took 4:49 off the clock.

  • RB Kameron Pickett added to the Stony Brook lead with a five yard rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter. The PAT by K Alex Lucansky was good. The drive was eight plays for 52 yards and took 4:01 off the clock.

  • Rhode Island tacked on a late score when RB Nai Jones scored from two yards out. The PAT was good by K CJ Carrick. The drive was three plays for 68 yards and lasted 1:11.

THE NUMBERS

  • Stony Brook gained 460 yards of total offense on 79 plays. Rhode Island had 201 yards of total offense on 49 plays.

  • The Seawolves had the ball for 37:58 minutes of the game.

  • PASSING: Stony Brook: 8-15-0 for 106 yards, 2 touchdowns Rhode Island: 7-19-1 for 62 yards.

  • RUSHING: Stony Brook: 64 carries for 354 yards, 5 touchdown. Rhode Island: 30 carries for 139 yards, 2 touchdowns.

  • WR Julius Wingate gained 70 yards on three receptions.

  • QB Joe Carbone had 99 passing yards with one touchdown.

  • RB Donald Liotine collected 119 rushing yards on 17 carries with one touchdown, while RB Jordan Gowins had 117 rushing yards on 22 carries with two touchdowns.

  • LB Noah McGinty had seven total tackles.

QUOTING THE SEAWOLVES Head Coach Chuck Priore "The kids played hard tonight. Rhode Island is a good football team and sometimes it happens to you. It happened to us a few weeks ago. You get barraged and you can't get out of your own way. We thought that if we controlled the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball we would keep their offensive off the field and we would put pressure on the quarterback. We were able to accomplish that. That is a single day and we are very happy with the win, but now we move forward." DB Synceir Malone "We just wanted to stay on our keys and stay on our m