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New HampshireWildcatsUNH
1-1, 1-1 Away
48
Final/OT
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UNH717143748
LEH137714041
41
LehighMountain HawksLEH
1-1, 0-1 Home

New Hampshire 48, Lehigh 41, OT

BETHLEHEM, Pa. -- Joey Orlando caught a 25-yard touchdown pass from Kevin Decker in overtime to give New Hampshire a 48-41 win over Lehigh on Saturday.

It was Orlando's second touchdown catch of the game, as he went over 1,000 all-purpose yards for his career. Needing 11 coming in, Orlando gained 166 yards on 10 catches and 54 more on two punt returns, including a 56-yarder for a touchdown. The son of NFL safety Bo Orlando, he tied career highs with 10 catches and two receiving touchdowns -- both set against the Mountain Hawks last season.

The Wildcats (1-1), which beat Lehigh for the 10th straight time, led 38-20 after Decker's 12-yard TD pass to R.J. Harris early in the third quarter.

Lehigh (1-1) fought back with three touchdown passes by Chris Lum. Lum's final TD came on an 11-yard pass to Jake Drwal to make it 41-38 with 4:35 left in regulation.

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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

2015 Patriot League Standings

TEAMCONFOVR
Colgate6-09-4
Fordham5-19-3
Lehigh4-26-5
Holy Cross3-36-5
Georgetown2-44-7
Bucknell1-54-7
Lafayette0-61-10