EASTON, Pa. -- Mikal Abdul-Saboor ran for 103 yards and two touchdowns to power William & Mary to a 34-6 victory over Lafayette Saturday night.
Abdul-Saboor continues his strong start for the Tribe (2-1) after rushing for a career-high 111 yards in a victory over Hampton last week.
William & Mary's defense also had a strong showing, forcing four Lafayette turnovers. Marcus Harvey and Airek Green each returned an interception for a touchdown in the first half, helping push the Tribe to a 27-3 half time lead.
Zach Zweizig led Lafayette (0-2) with 225 yards passing, completing 28 of his 42 attempts and hitting nine different receivers. Ryan Gralish accounted for the Leopards only scoring, hitting two field goals.
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