Maine Passing
C/ATTYDSAVGTDINT
Marcus Wasilewski24/371594.300
TEAM24/371594.300
Towson Passing
C/ATTYDSAVGTDINT
Grant Enders17/2626010.011
TEAM17/2626010.011
Maine Rushing
CARYDSAVGTDLONG
Marcus Wasilewski10606.0113
Rickey Stevens8597.4018
David Hood8243.007
TEAM261435.5118
Towson Rushing
CARYDSAVGTDLONG
Grant Enders89812.3152
Terrance West18965.3133
Sterlin Phifer6284.7014
Alex Blake2178.5025
Dominique Booker393.004
TEAM382476.5252
Maine Receiving
RECYDSAVGTDLONG
Arthur Williams6579.5018
Maurice McDonald5387.6010
David Hood4235.8011
Justin Perillo3155.007
Rickey Stevens2147.007
Damarr Aultman273.504
Derrick Johnson252.503
TEAM241596.6018
Towson Receiving
RECYDSAVGTDLONG
Tom Ryan48521.3031
Spencer Wilkins33712.3025
Gerrard Sheppard23417.0023
Erron Banks33210.7118
James Oboh12626.0026
Cory Kirby12121.0021
Dominique Booker199.009
Sterlin Phifer199.009
Terrance West177.007
TEAM1726015.3131
Maine Interceptions
INTYDSTD
Troy Eastman1921
TEAM1921
Towson Interceptions
INTYDSTD
No Towson Interceptions
Maine Kick Returns
NOYDSAVGLONGTD
Malik Walker35217.3230
Isaiah Jones11818.0180
TEAM47017.5230
Towson Kick Returns
NOYDSAVGLONGTD
Derrick Joseph25226.0270
Jordan Love2189.0130
TEAM47017.5270
Maine Punt Returns
NOYDSAVGLONGTD
Maurice McDonald12727.0270
TEAM12727.0270
Towson Punt Returns
NOYDSAVGLONGTD
Leon Kinnard210.510
TEAM210.510
Maine Kicking
FGPCTLONGXPPTS
Sean Decloux2/2100.0331/17
TEAM2/2100.0331/17
Towson Kicking
FGPCTLONGXPPTS
D.J. Soven1/1100.0383/36
TEAM1/1100.0383/36
Maine Punting
NOYDSAVGTBIn 20LONG
Jeffrey Ondish418145.30056
TEAM418145.30056
Towson Punting
NOYDSAVGTBIn 20LONG
R.J. Peppers28944.50047
TEAM28944.50047

NCAAF News

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  • 10 Pac-12 players who could hear their name called on Day 2 of the NFL draft

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  • Billy Devaney lends an NFL scouting eye to evaluations at Nebraska

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  • Schlabach: Ole Miss not sure Tunsil texts are real

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  • Weekly Commitment Roundup

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2015 Colonial Athletic Association Standings

TEAMCONFOVR
Richmond6-210-4
James Madison6-29-3
William & Mary6-29-4
Towson5-37-4
New Hampshire5-37-5
Villanova5-36-5
Stony Brook3-55-5
Delaware3-54-7
Elon3-54-7
Maine3-53-8
Albany2-63-8
Rhode Island1-71-10