WILLIAMSBURG, Va. -- Marcus Wasilewski threw three touchdown passes to help Maine beat William & Mary 24-10 Saturday.
Maine (3-5, 2/3 Colonial Athletic Association) scored on its opening drive when Wasilewski found Maurice McDonald for a 7-yard touchdown and the 7-0 lead. Wasilewski finished 19 of 24 for 191 yards.
John Carpenter's 32-yard field goal to begin the fourth quarter cut the Tribe's deficit to 17-10, but Wasilewski answered.
Wasilewski found Aultman for a 3-yard touchdown, extending the lead to 24-10, and the Tribe was unable to get any closer.
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