NEW YORK -- Brandon Bialkowski threw for 320 yards and three touchdowns to lead Lehigh to a 24-10 win over Columbia on Saturday.
Two of Bialkowski's touchdown passes were caught by Lee Kurfis, who finished with 14 receptions for 130 yards. His 14 catches tied the school's single-game record.
Lehigh (5-1) took a 17-3 lead in the second quarter with a pair Bialkowski touchdown passes, the first being a 6-yarder to Tyler Coyle. A little over two minutes later Kurfis hauled in a 10-yarder for a score.
Marcorus Garrett cut the Lehigh lead to 17-10 late in the third with a 12-yard touchdown run for Columbia (0-4). Bialkowski then connected with Kurfis for an 8-yard score early in the fourth to extend the Mountain Hawks' lead to 24-10.
Garrett finished with 27 carries for 150 yards, but the Lions couldn't get anything going in passing game, where they managed a total of just 71 yards.
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