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Thursday, February 14, 2019

CheapOair Presents This Bowie State U Sports Update-Jamison’s Last Second Tip Lifts Bowie State to 64-62 Road Win at Virginia Union and Football Signees Celebration

RICHMOND, Va. -  A Saiquan Jamison tip-in as time expired lifts Bowie State to 64-62 road win at Virginia Union on Wednesday night. With the victory, the Bulldogs improve to 5-2 in in North, 11-3 in CIAA play and 15-10 overall. The Virginia Union loss sets the Panthers record at 15-10 overall, 10-4 in the CIAA and 5-3 in division play.


Junior Cameron Hayes came off the Bowie State bench to lead all scorers with 20 points on 6-of-9 shooting from the field which included 4-of-4 behind the 3-point line and a perfect 4-of-4 at the free throw line. Junior David Belle contributed 15 points and Jamison pulled down a team-high rebounds.

Bowie State regained the lead (20-16) at the 10:59 mark of the first half following back-to-back baskets by Hayes and Rinardo Perry. The Bulldogs used a 5-1 run to push its lead to 25-17. The lead changed hands eight times in first half, but Bowie State was able to carry a 36-35 into the intermission.

Both teams were identical in shooting percentage in the first half 45 percent, making 13-of-29 from the field. Each team also almost had equal opportunities at the charity stripe over the first 20 minutes as Virginia Union made 8-of-11 and Bowie State converted 7-of-10. The Bulldogs also held advantages in first half rebounds (36-35) and bench points (12-7).

The Bulldogs opened the second half scoring with a Perry fast break dunk and led the Panthers 42-37 by the first, second half media timeout at the 14:54 mark.

The Panthers used a 9-3 run to retake the lead over the Bulldogs at 46-45 with 8:58 to go in the game and pushed its lead to 52-47, forcing Bowie State to call a timeout just over a minute later.

BSU’s Hayes popped a 3-pointer at the 4:30 mark to tie the game at 52-all and a Jamison free throw at the 3:34 mark shifted the lead back to the Bulldogs.

Terrell Leach knocked down a pair of free throws on VUU’s next possession, but Bowie State’s Perry snatched the lead right back for the Bulldogs at 55-54.

Perry did not a agree with a personal foul called against at the 2:38 mark and was assessed a technical foul. Virginia Union made 1-of-2 on the T-foul a made 1-of-2 on the common foul to give the Panthers lead at 56-55.

Two free throws by Belle gave the visitors the lead again at 57-56 and another Hayes triple put Bowie State back on top at 60-56.

A VUU steal and layup with 35.4 seconds left in regulation gave the lead back to the Panthers at 61-60.

David Belle's twisting layup with 19.5 seconds shifted the lead back to Bowie State at 62-61.

VUU’s Will Jenkins was fouled on the Panthers next trip down the court and made 1-of-2 free throws with 6.7 seconds on the clock to tie the game at 62-all.

The Bulldogs inbounded the ball, ran the full length of the court and Jamison tipped in a X miss as time expired to lift Bowie State to the huge 64-62 victory.

Bowie State will close out its home portion of its regular season schedule on Saturday (February 16), playing host to Chowan University at 4 p.m. in the A.C. Jordan Arena.


Football Signees Celebration

BOWIE, Md. - With the hashtags #UNLEASH19 and #HOMEGROWN symbolizing the mindset of the Bowie State University Bulldogs Staff; Alumni, Bowie State Athletic Department Hall of Fame Inductees and Parents, 19 Bulldog Signees gathered at The Greene Turtle in Crofton, Maryland on February 7, 2019 to continue celebrating the 2018 CIAA Conference Championship win and showcase the future of the Program. Recruiting Coordinator and former Bulldog Linebacker Kyle Jackson said, "it was a pleasure being able to connect the old with the new! The young Bulldogs had the opportunity to see what #BULLDOGNATION is made of".

With graduating seniors to include BoxToRow, HBCU Game Day, CIAA Offensive Player and Black College Player of the Year quarterback Amir Hall offense creating roster spots, the staff knew recruiting would be key and decided to "mine in their own backyard" by selecting many of the quality players right from within the State of Maryland. "Events like this are what makes a program successful. Not only will Alumni know our players for being stars on the field, but they will also know our guys for who they are off the field as well", Jackson added.

After welcome remarks by Bowie State University Vice President of Athletics & Recreation Clyde Doughty, Jr., former Bulldogs Cavin Murray and Brian Redmond spoke with signees about their experiences as All-CIAA Conference football players and how their playing days have turned into lifelong friendships. Former Bulldog and current NFL Tight End Khari Lee expressed "dreams do come true at Bowie State" having played for the Houston Texans, Detroit Lions and Buffalo Bills during his professional career thus far. At the end of the evening, Student-Athlete Development Coordinator M. Burton Cornish, Jr. further welcomed the parents and guardians of the newest Bulldogs by having them sign individual "Letters of Intent" similar to what their sons signed earlier in the week solidifying their support and commitment to the team and the team's Pledge to them. Each parent's signature was followed by their Bulldog and a member of the Coaching Staff making it official.

Head Football Coach Damon Wilson added, "This is an event that we would like to build upon. For me as Head Coach to have incoming parents sign their Letter of Intent was the highlight of the evening". Wilson concluded, "As a program, not only do we have student-athletes that are committed but their parents and guardians are all in as well". With Spring Ball on the horizon, Bowie State Football and #BULLDOGNATION seem poised and positioned to defend their CIAA Conference title.

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Vi Virtual Fitness Trainer Presents This Bowie State University Update: Bulldog Women Topple #8 Virginia Union 58-46

RICHMOND, Va. – Kyaja Williams and Shawnkia McCallum combined for 21 points to help Bowie State women’s basketball avenge an earlier season loss to NABC #8 Virginia Union, defeating the Lady Panthers 58-46. The win moves the Bowie State overall record to 19-4, 11-3 in league play and 4-3 in the Northern Division.

Williams scored 11 points, McCallum added 10 and Dynaisha Christian hauled down a game-high 11 rebounds in the huge win.

Virginia Union held a 9-6 lead after the first 10 minutes of play. Both team struggled shooting in the first half as Bowie State made 3-of-16 from the field compared to just 1-of-10 for Virginia Union.

Bowie State’s Shawkia McCallum scored the first field goal of the second quarter and floater in the paint by Pere’ Alexander shifted the lead back over the BSU at the X mark. A Virginia Union steal and layup gave the lead back to the home team. However, back-to-back 3-pointers by McCallum and Amel Duggins shifted things back in favor of the Bulldogs at 16-11. A pair of Alexander free throws pushed the Bowie State lead to 18-11.

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Virginia Union (21-2, 13-2 CIAA, 7-1 North) answered with back-to-back field goals to trim the Bowie State lead to 18-16 by the under five (3:44) media timeout. Bria McKinney drilled a triple from the top of the key with just over two minutes to go before halftime to give the Lady Panthers a 21-20 lead.

Bowie State’s Duggins stuck a 3-pointer as time expired in the second quarter to send the Bulldogs into halftime leading Virginia Union 25-23. The Bulldogs shot 28 percent from the field in the first half (9-of-32) and 80 percent (4-of-5) at the free throw line.

The Bulldogs opened a 10-point advantage (35-25) by the 4:28 mark of the third quarter, forcing the Panthers to burn a timeout.  Bowie State maintained a double-digit lead after three quarters by a score of 43-33. The Bulldogs defense kept up the defensive intensity holding the Panthers scoreless from the 1:14 mark of the third until the 5:42 mark of the fourth quarter. By that time Bowie State held a 51-35 advantage.

Virginia Union closed the deficit to single digits (51-42) with 3:33 remaining in the game but Bowie State would not allow them to get in closer.

Shareka McNeill led Virginia Union with 19 points and was the only Panthers players to score in double figures. As a team, Virginia Union finished the game shooting 29 percent from the field, hitting 15-of-53.

The Bulldogs will be back in action on Saturday (February 16) hosting the Hawks of Chowan University in the regular season home finale at 2 p.m.

Sunday, January 20, 2019

CoachTube Presents this Bowie State U Hoops Update Bowie State Vs Lincoln Men's and Women's Recaps

Bulldogs Men's Basketball Knocks Off Rival Lincoln (PA) 78-73

BOWIE, Md. - The Bowie State Bulldogs' men's basketball ground out a tough 78-73 home women versus Lincoln (PA) on Saturday afternoon inside the A.C. Jordan Arena and improved its season mark to 11-8, 7-1 in league play and 1-0 in the Northern Division.

“I’m really happy because it’s a rivalry game, emotions were high on both teams and it brought out the biggest crowd (1,362) we’ve had this year’, said Bowie State Head Coach Darrell Brooks. “Early on our guys were a bit skittish offensively but we settled down and stayed the course after they made a run.”

Juniors David Belle and Juwan Smith paced the Bulldogs with 17 and 16 points respectively. Junior Saiquan Jamison notched another double, this time with 13 points and 14 rebounds while fellow junior Cameron Hayes added 13 points off the bench.

The game featured 13 ties and 10 lead changes. Neither team shot particularly well from the field as Bowie State made 25-of-54 (46 percent), which included 8-of-18 behind the 3-point line. Compare that to Lincoln’s 28-of-72 from the field (39 percent), that included just 2 of-13 beyond the arc. The Bulldogs made 20-of-29 free throws (69 percent) compared 15-of-21 (71 percent) by the Lions.

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The Lions outscored the Bulldogs 46-18 in the paint, scored 21 points off 19 Bowie State turnovers and had 17 second chance points.

However, Bowie State was able to hold down a rebound advantage (43-39) and had nine blocks on the afternoon.

The first 20 minutes of play saw five ties with Bowie State leading by seven (9-2) at the 17:06 mark only to have Lincoln (Pa.) roar back with a 7-0 run to create the games’ first tie at 9-all. Bowie State held a 19-16 advantage at the midway point of the first half and pushed its lead to 27-21 with 5:53 left in the half.

Lincoln closed the half with a 10-4 run and went into the break knotted at 31-all.

Dequan Williams hit a pair of free throws at the start of the second half to give the Lions their first lead of the game before buckets by BSU’s Belle and Jamison shifted the lead back over to the Bulldogs.

Back-to-back layups by LUPA’s Tamir Green and Cameron Campbell put the Lions back in front at 43-40 at the 14:53 mark.

Over the next four minutes Bowie State answered with a 16-3 run to shift the lead back over to the Bulldogs at 56-45 following at 3-pointer by Elijah Epps with 10:40 left in the game.

Lincoln (Pa.) battled back with a 15-4 run to creates the games’ 11th tie at 60-60 after a pair of Williams free throws at the 6:57 mark but Bowie State answered with an 11-5 run to give the Bulldogs the lead (71-65) they would not relinquish for the remainder of the contest.

Green torched the twine for a game-high 25 points to go along with a game-high six assists to lead Lincoln (PA) (11-8, 4-4 CIAA, 0-1 North). Williams recorded a double double for the Lions, scoring 17 points to go along with 12 rebounds.  

Bowie State will be idle before returning to action on Wednesday (January 23rd) hosting the Panthers of Virginia Union at 7:30 p.m.

Lincoln (PA) Upsets Bowie State Women 66-61


BOWIE, Md. - The Lincoln University of Pennsylvania women's basketball upset the streaking Bowie State University Bulldogs 66-61 in the CIAA Northern Division opener for both teams on Saturday afternoon. The setback snapped a 14-game Bulldogs win streak and puts Bowie State's record at 15-2 overall, 7-1 in CIAA play and 0-1 in the division. Senior Lea Whitehead cam off the Bowie State bench to record a team-high 11 points to go along with a career-best five rebounds. Redshirt senior Pere Alexander tallied nine points and a team-high 10 rebounds for the Bulldogs.
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Friday, November 9, 2018

Lansana Sesay Earns CIAA Receiver of the Week Honor

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) along with the conference head football coaches and Sports Information Directors released its final regular season Honor Roll and Bulldogs senior Lansana Sesay (Bowie, Md.) was named CIAA Receiver of the Week for the fifth time this season. In BSU's regular season home finale, Sesay led all receivers with five receptions, 141 receiving yards and two touchdowns in Bowie State's 49-7 thumping of Elizabeth City State.

 With last week's win, the Bulldogs earned its third CIAA Northern Division title over the last four years and will meet Southern Division Champion Fayetteville State in the conference's championship game on Saturday (November 10) in Salem, Va. This will be a nationally televised game on the Aspire Network (check your local cable provider) with kickoff set for 1:06 pm.

Monday, November 5, 2018

Bowie State Football Clinches CIAA North with 49-7 Whipping of Elizabeth City State Presented On US Sports Net by The Sharper Image



BOWIE, Md. - With 23 seniors honored before the game and 1,742 fans in attendance, Bowie State University defeated Elizabeth City State University, 49-7, to advance to the CIAA Championship. It's the Bulldogs third trip to the conference’s championship game in the past four years. 
The Bulldogs will face Fayetteville State in the CIAA Championship Game in Salem (Va.), with an 8-2 record overall and 5-1 in division play.

In the first quarter, Brandon Abrams scored a nine-yard run, to put Bowie State on the board at 7-0. At the 7:59 mark,
Gilbert Lunsford scored a touchdown from Hall to strengthen the Bulldogs lead, 14-0. Lansana Sesay recorded a 77-yard pass from Hall, putting the Bulldogs up, 21-0 to end the first quarter.

To start the second quarter, Daryl snared a five-yard pass from Hall, putting the Bulldogs up, 28-0. With the TD pass, Hall became the CIAA All-Time Passing Touchdown Leader, surpassing the old mark of 96 by Kameron Smith of Winston-Salem State. Bryan Ellis his first collegiate pushing touchdown on a three-yard run to increase the Bulldogs lead to 35-0. To end the quarter, Sesay caught an 8-yard pass from Hall, to extend the Bowie State Bulldogs lead to 42-0 at the half.

The defense came to play in the third quarter, as neither the Bowie nor Elizabeth City scored a touchdown. But in the fourth quarter, Hamidou Mapangala picked up a fumble and rumbled 59-yards for six to account for Bowie State’s final score of the contest. Elizabeth City avoided the shutout with six-seconds left in the game when Deshon Saunders scored a one-yard run.

Senior quarterback Amir Hall, who was among the seniors honored before the game, broke the career record for passing touchdowns (97) and finished with 333 passing yards and watched from the sidelines in the fourth quarter. Hall is just 91 yards shy of breaking the braking the All-Time Career Passing Yards Record set by Earl “Air Harvey of N.C. Central. Kam Smith of Winston-Salem State University held the previous career touchdown record. Harvey currently holds the record at 10,621 yards through the air.

Bowie State dominated the matchup, holding advantages in first downs (22-12), rushing yards -100-81, passing yards (373-126), total offense plays (69-65), total offensive yards (473-207) and red-zone scores-chances (4-of-6) compared to 1-of-2 for Elizabeth City State.

Ellis and Hall led Bowie State in rushing as the duo combined for 92 yards. Hall led the passing attack by completing 24-of-39 passes along with four touchdowns. The receiving core of Sesay, Lunsford, Geordan Clark and Montez Clay combined for 284 yards and three touchdowns. Sesay led all receivers with 160 reception yards on six receptions and two touchdowns.

On defense, Elijah Deshields recorded a game-high nine total tackles followed by Kareem Muslim with six and Da’Ron Holmes along with Hamidou Mapangala with four tackles each. As a defensive unit, the Bulldogs sacked two different ECSU Viking quarterbacks a total of six times.

Kedrick Patterson led the Vikings on offense with 96 passing yards while Saunders accounted for a game-high 66 rushing yards. ECSU’s Zion Riddick was the teams’ reception yards leader with 58 on his only catch of the day. Taeyonn Reynolds paced Elizabeth City State (with a game-high nine tackles while teammates Miacah Cooper and Lawrence Brown tallied seven tackles each in the loss.

Monday, October 29, 2018

Bowie State Moves Up To #4 in the NCAA Super Region

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Bowie State University's football team moved up one spot to 4th in the NCAA Super Region 2 poll released on Monday, October 29th. The top seven teams in each of the four Super Regions of the NCAA are invited to the Division II Playoffs. The Bulldogs defeated Lincoln (Pa.) University on the road last Saturday (10/27) to improve its season record to 7-2 overall (4-1 CIAA and 3-1 North) to remain in first place in the conference’s Northern Division. The CIAA Southern Division Champions of Fayetteville State University make its first appearance in the Super Region 2 Poll, coming in at #10.

Bowie State will play its regular season home finale this Saturday (November 3) hosting Elizabeth City State University for Senior Day / Military Appreciation Day at 1 p.m. Prior to the game, 23 Bulldog seniors will be recognized in a special ceremony beginning at 12:30 p.m.




SUPER REGION TWO
1
West Ga.
9-0
9-0
2
Valdosta St.
8-0
8-0
3
Lenoir-Rhyne
8-1
8-1
4
Bowie St.
6-1
7-1
5
West Ala.
6-3
6-3
6
Florida Tech
6-3
6-3
7
Albany St. (GA)
6-3
6-3
8
West Florida
5-2
5-3
9
Wingate
6-3
6-3
10
Fayetteville St.
6-1
6-1

Saturday, October 27, 2018

Dick's Sporting Goods Present: This Bowie State Football Update on US Sports Net-Bowie State Bulldogs Move One Step Closer to Northern Title with 35-14 win at Lincoln (Pa.)

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, Pa. – Fortunately for Bowie State football, it’s not how you start but how you finish as the Bulldogs shrugged off a terrible start and came back to defeat Lincoln (Pa.) 35-14 on a rainy Saturday afternoon. The win improves Bowie State’s record to 7-2 overall, 4-1 in the CIAA North and one game closer to claiming the division title.

Dominique Rogers intercepted Bowie State’s Amir Hall and returns it for a 50-yard touchdown to give Lincoln (Pa.) 7-0 lead with 7:23 remaining in first quarter.

Lincoln (Pa.) (1-8, 1-4 CIAA) pushed its lead to 14-0 at the 4:27 mark of the second quarter, when the Lions blocked a Bulldogs punt and scored.

Montez Clay hauled in a 68-yard touchdown pass from Amir Hall to pull Bowie State within a touchdown on the Bulldogs’ very next possession to narrow the deficit to 14-7 with 4:08 left in the second quarter. Bulldogs get a quick two as Derrick Tate and Taylor Johnson score on a safety to trim deficit to 14-9 with 3:06 left before halftime.

Bowie State takes lead with 44 seconds left in second quarter on a Hall to Geordan Clark for a X-yard touchdown to put the Bulldogs in front 15-14.

Bowie State’s Maurice Williams scores a 13-yard touchdown run at 3:53 mark of 3rd quarter but the extra point was missed, pushing the Bulldogs lead to 21-14.

The Bowie State duo of Hall and Clark teamed up again, this time for 9-yard touchdown to double up the Lincoln (Pa.) Lions by a score of 28-14 with 2:36 to go in 3rd quarter.

Hall throws his fourth touchdown of the afternoon, this time a 33-yard pass to Lansana Sesay to extend the Bowie State lead to 35-14 with 11:32 left in the contest.

Hall threw for a game-high 306 passing yards completing 24-of-42. His four touchdown passes move him to within two of tying the CIAA All-Time TD passing yard on Winston-Salem State’s Kameron Smith. Williams and Brandon Abrams led Bowie State’s ground gainers with 59 and 42 yards respectively. Clay and Gilbert Lunsford led all receivers with 82 and 73 reception yards respectively. The Bulldogs trio of John Johnson, Jaylen Harris and Da’Ron Holmes paced the Bowie State defense with five tackles each.

Lincoln (Pa.) quarterback Vincent Espinoza led the Lions on offense with 122 passing yards and 59 rushing yards. Carlos Croslyn was LUPA’s top receiver with 39 yards while Devon Cathcart was the games’ leading tackler with 10.

The Bulldogs will conclude the regular season next Saturday (November 3), hosting Elizabeth City State University for Senior Day and Military Appreciation Day. Bowie State will recognize its seniors in a special pregame ceremony beginning at 12:30 p.m. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m.


Scoring Summary (Final)
BOWIE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2018
Bowie State vs Lincoln (PA) (Oct 27, 2018 at Lincoln Univ., Pa.)
Bowie State (7-2,4-1) vs. Lincoln (PA) (1-8,1-4)
Date: Oct 27, 2018 • Site: Lincoln Univ., Pa.  • Stadium: Lions Stadium  •  Attendance: 1927
Score by Quarters 
Score 
Bowie State  
15 
13 
35 
Lincoln (PA)  
14 
SCORING SUMMARY 
 BSU -LUPA  
1st 
07:28 
LUPA  
ROGERS,D. 50 yd interception return (KLUBEK,Cole kick) 
  
  
  

0 - 7 
2nd 
04:27 
LUPA  
ROGERS,D. 0 yd blocked punt return (KLUBEK,Cole kick) 
  
  
  

0 - 14 

04:08 
BSU  
CLAY,Montez 68 yd pass from HALL,Amir (CARSON,Gene kick) 
  
  
  
1 play, 68 yards, TOP 0:13 
7 - 14 

03:06 
BSU  
BSU BULLDOGS safety 
  
  
  

9 - 14 

00:44 
BSU  
CLARK,Geordan 23 yd pass from HALL,Amir (HALL,Amir rush failed) 
  
  
  
1 play, 23 yards, TOP 0:14 
15 - 14 
3rd 
03:53 
BSU  
WILLIAMS,Maurice 13 yd run (CARSON,Gene kick failed) 
  
  
  
7 plays, 49 yards, TOP 1:59 
21 - 14 

02:36 
BSU  
CLARK,Geordan 9 yd pass from HALL,Amir (CARSON,Gene kick) 
  
  
  
3 plays, 10 yards, TOP 0:57 
28 - 14 
4th 
11:32 
BSU  
SESAY,Lansana 33 yd pass from HALL,Amir (CARSON,Gene kick) 
  
  
  
3 plays, 53 yards, TOP 1:12 
35 - 14 
Kickoff time: 1:00 pm  • End of Game: 4:06 pm  • Total elapsed time: 3:06
Referee: Derek Hatten  •  Umpire: Stuart Snead  •  Linesman: A. Randolph IV  •  Line judge: Darrick Latimer •  Back judge: Marcus Bryant  •  Field judge: Darryl DeBerry  •  Side judge: Gordon Everett  •  Center judge: Conrad  •
Temperature:  • Wind:  • Weather:

Team Statistics

Team Statistics (Final)
BOWIE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2018
Bowie State vs Lincoln (PA) (Oct 27, 2018 at Lincoln Univ., Pa.)
 Team Totals 
BSU 
LUPA 
FIRST DOWNS 
20 
14 
   Rushing 
   Passing 
12 
   Penalty 
NET YARDS RUSHING 
122 
33 
   Rushing Attempts 
36 
33 
   Average Per Rush 
3.4 
1.0 
   Rushing Touchdowns 
   Yards Gained Rushing 
147 
105 
   Yards Lost Rushing 
25 
72 
NET YARDS PASSING 
306 
122 
   Completions-Attempts-Int 
24-42-1 
14-31-2 
   Average Per Attempt 
7.3 
3.9 
   Average Per Completion 
12.8 
8.7 
   Passing Touchdowns 
TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 
428 
155 
   Total offense plays 
78 
64 
   Average Gain Per Play 
5.5 
2.4 
Fumbles: Number-Lost 
2-1 
1-1 
Penalties: Number-Yards 
13-93 
8-105 
PUNTS-YARDS 
6-237 
9-223 
   Average Yards Per Punt 
39.5 
24.8 
   Net Yards Per Punt 
39.3 
21.3 
   Inside 20 
   50+ Yards 
   Touchbacks 
   Fair catch 
KICKOFFS-YARDS 
6-328 
3-131 
   Average Yards Per Kickoff 
54.7 
43.7 
   Net Yards Per Kickoff 
37.0 
38.7 
   Touchbacks 
   Fair Catch Yards 
Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD 
3-31-0 
1-1-1 
   Average Per Return 
10.3 
1.0 
Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD 
3-15-0 
4-56-0 
   Average Per Return 
5.0 
14.0 
Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD 
2-7-0 
1-50-1 
Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD 
0-0-0 
0-0-0 
Miscellaneous Yards 
Possession Time 
29:27 
30:33 
   1st Quarter 
6:41 
8:19 
   2nd Quarter 
4:27 
10:33 
   3rd Quarter 
9:45 
5:15 
   4th Quarter 
8:34 
6:26 
Third-Down Conversions 
6 of 16 
3 of 14 
Fourth-Down Conversions 
0 of 4 
0 of 1 
Red-Zone Scores-Chances 
2-5 
0-2 
   Touchdowns 
2-5 
0-2 
   Field goals 
0-5 
0-2 
Sacks By: Number-Yards 
5-21 
0-0 
PAT Kicks 
3-4 
2-2 
Field Goals 
0-1 
0-0 
Points off turnovers 

Individual Statistics

Individual Statistics (Final)
BOWIE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2018
Bowie State vs Lincoln (PA) (Oct 27, 2018 at Lincoln Univ., Pa.)
Bowie State
  
Lincoln (PA)
RUSHING 
No. 
Gain 
Loss 
Net 
TD 
Lg 
Avg. 
WILLIAMS,Maurice 
13 
64 
59 
13 
4.5 
ABRAMS,Brandon  
42 
42 
14 
6.0 
HALL,Amir  
35 
35 
16 
5.0 
GILLIS,Adam  
1.0 
ELLIS,Bryan  
1.0 
BSU BULLDOGS  
19 
-19 
-4.8 
Totals... 
36 
147 
25 
122 
16 
3.4 
  
  
RUSHING 
No. 
Gain 
Loss 
Net 
TD 
Lg 
Avg. 
ESPINOZA,V.  
12 
81 
22 
59 
19 
4.9 
HELLER,Erik  
16 
16 
14 
5.3 
JOHNSON,Justin  
0.8 
CATCHINGS,Rob  
-3 
-3.0 
CROSLIN,Carlos  
-4 
-4.0 
CLOYD,Lavelle  
11 
-9 
-1.1 
Team  
29 
-29 
-7.2 
Totals... 
33 
105 
72 
33 
19 
1.0 

PASSING 
Cmp-Att-Int 
Yds 
TD 
Long 
Sack 
HALL,Amir  
24-42-1 
306 
68 
Totals... 
24-42-1 
306 
68 
  
PASSING 
Cmp-Att-Int 
Yds 
TD 
Long 
Sack 
ESPINOZA,V.  
14-31-2 
122 
30 
Totals... 
14-31-2 
122 
30 

RECEIVING 
No. 
Yds 
TD 
Lg 
LUNSFORD,Gilbert 
73 
17 
SESAY,Lansana  
60 
33 
CLARK,Geordan  
47 
23 
CLAY,Montez  
82 
68 
ABRAMS,Brandon  
12 
GILLIS,Adam  
16 
16 
SMITH,Deron  
11 
11 
ELLIS,Bryan  
Totals... 
24 
306 
68 
  
RECEIVING 
No. 
Yds 
TD 
Lg 
CROSLIN,Carlos  
39 
30 
BROCKINGTON,D.  
32 
14 
CLOYD,Lavelle  
16 
11 
BRICE,Dashawn  
15 
GOSLEE,Richie  
11 
11 
RUTH,Dewey  
HELLER,Erik  
JOHNSON,Justin  
Totals... 
14 
122 
30 

PUNTING 
No. 
Yds 
Avg 
Long 
In20 
TB 
FUENTEZ,Kenny  
237 
47.4 
53 
BSU BULLDOGS  
0.0 
Totals... 
237 
39.5 
53 
  
PUNTING 
No. 
Yds 
Avg 
Long 
In20 
TB 
KLUBEK,Cole  
223 
24.8 
39 
Totals... 
223 
24.8 
39 
  

  
Punts 
Kickoffs 
Intercept 
ALL RETURNS 
No 
Yds 
Lg 
No 
Yds 
Lg 
No 
Yds 
Lg 
GILLIS,Adam  
14 
14 
ASHBY,Brenden  
RIDDICK,Thomas  
34 
34 
SINGLETON,Tevin 
CROCKETT,Jordan 
-3 
Totals... 
31 
34 
15 
14 
  
  
Punts 
Kickoffs 
Intercept 
ALL RETURNS 
No 
Yds 
Lg 
No 
Yds 
Lg 
No 
Yds 
Lg 
GOSLEE,Richie  
FOUNTAIN,Xavier 
McKENZIE,T.  
13 
13 
HEMAN-ACKAH,S.  
30 
30 
ROGERS,D.  
50 
50 
Totals... 
56 
30 
50 
50 

ALL PURPOSE 
Rush 
Rcv 
KR 
PR 
IR 
Total 
CLAY,Montez  
82 
82 
LUNSFORD,Gilbert 
73 
73 
SESAY,Lansana  
60 
60 
WILLIAMS,Maurice 
59 
59 
ABRAMS,Brandon  
42 
12 
54 
CLARK,Geordan  
47 
47 
HALL,Amir  
35 
35 
RIDDICK,Thomas  
34 
34 
GILLIS,Adam  
16 
14 
33 
SMITH,Deron  
11 
11 
SINGLETON,Tevin 
ELLIS,Bryan  
CROCKETT,Jordan 
-3 
-2 
BSU BULLDOGS  
-19 
-19 
Totals... 
122 
306 
15 
31 
481 
  
  
ALL PURPOSE 
Rush 
Rcv 
KR 
PR 
IR 
Total 
ESPINOZA,V.  
59 
59 
ROGERS,D.  
50 
51 
CROSLIN,Carlos  
-4 
39 
35 
BROCKINGTON,D.  
32 
32 
HEMAN-ACKAH,S.  
30 
30 
GOSLEE,Richie  
11 
20 
HELLER,Erik  
16 
18 
BRICE,Dashawn  
15 
15 
McKENZIE,T.  
13 
13 
RUTH,Dewey  
CLOYD,Lavelle  
-9 
16 
FOUNTAIN,Xavier 
JOHNSON,Justin  
CATCHINGS,Rob  
-3 
-3 
Team  
-29 
-29 
Totals... 
33 
122 
56 
50 
262 

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 
CARSON,Gene 
2nd 
12:31 
30 yards 
Blocked 
  
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 
  

KICKOFFS 
No. 
Yds 
TB 
OB 
Avg. 
CARSON,Gene  
328 
54.7 
  
KICKOFFS 
No. 
Yds 
TB 
OB 
Avg. 
KLUBEK,Cole  
131 
43.7 

FUMBLES: Bowie State-HALL,Amir 1-0; LUNSFORD,Gilbert 1-1. Lincoln (PA)-CLOYD,Lavelle 1-1.

Drive Chart

Drive Chart (Final)
BOWIE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2018
Bowie State vs Lincoln (PA) (Oct 27, 2018 at Lincoln Univ., Pa.)
  
Drive Started 
Drive Ended 
Consumed 
  
Team 
Qtr 
Spot 
Time 
Obtained 
Spot 
Time 
  
How Lost 
Pl-Yds 
TOP 
RZ 
BSU  
1st 
H46 
13:25 
Punt 
H13 
10:33 
  
Downs 
8-33 
2:52 
BSU  
1st 
H47 
07:41 
Punt 
H47 
07:28 
  
Interception 
1-0 
0:13 
  
BSU  
1st 
V30 
07:24 
Kickoff 
V26 
06:19 
  
Punt 
3--4 
1:05 
  
BSU  
1st 
V29 
02:27 
Downs 
H13 
12:31 
  
Missed FG 
11-58 
4:56 
BSU  
2nd 
V01 
05:52 
Fumble 
V01 
04:27 
  
Punt 
3-0 
1:25 
  
BSU  
2nd 
V32 
04:21 
Kickoff 
H00 
04:08 
TOUCHDOWN 
1-68 
0:13 
  
BSU  
2nd 
V45 
03:06 
Possession 
V49 
03:06 
  
Punt 
3-4 
0:00 
  
BSU  
2nd 
H23 
00:58 
Punt 
H00 
00:44 
TOUCHDOWN 
1-23 
0:14 
  
BSU  
3rd 
V08 
14:50 
Kickoff 
V18 
14:41 
  
Fumble 
1-10 
0:09 
  
BSU  
3rd 
V10 
14:19 
Interception 
V19 
12:54 
  
Punt 
3-9 
1:25 
  
BSU  
3rd 
V43 
11:34 
Punt 
H09 
06:42 
  
Downs 
13-48 
4:52 
BSU  
3rd 
H49 
05:52 
Punt 
H00 
03:53 
TOUCHDOWN 
7-49 
1:59 
BSU  
3rd 
H10 
03:33 
Possession 
H00 
02:36 
TOUCHDOWN 
3-10 
0:57 
BSU  
3rd 
V36 
00:13 
Punt 
V44 
14:13 
  
Downs 
4-8 
1:00 
  
BSU  
4th 
V47 
12:44 
Punt 
H00 
11:32 
TOUCHDOWN 
3-53 
1:12 
  
BSU  
4th 
V31 
09:06 
Punt 
H28 
04:11 
  
Downs 
9-41 
4:55 
  
BSU  
4th 
V33 
03:37 
Interception 
V35 
02:42 
  
Punt 
3-2 
0:55 
  
BSU  
4th 
H35 
00:45 
Punt 
H37 
00:00 
  
End of half 
2--2 
0:45 
  
  
LUPA  
1st 
H25 
15:00 
Kickoff 
H25 
13:25 
  
Punt 
3-0 
1:35 
  
LUPA  
1st 
H13 
10:33 
Downs 
H29 
07:41 
  
Punt 
5-16 
2:52 
  
LUPA  
1st 
V00 
07:28 
Interception 
V00 
07:28 
TOUCHDOWN 
0-0 
0:00 
  
LUPA  
1st 
H22 
06:19 
Punt 
V29 
02:27 
  
Downs 
9-49 
3:52 
  
LUPA  
2nd 
H20 
12:31 
Missed FG 
V01 
05:52 
  
Fumble 
12-79 
6:39 
LUPA  
2nd 
V00 
04:27 
Punt 
V00 
04:27 
TOUCHDOWN 
0-0 
0:00 
  
LUPA  
2nd 
H10 
04:00 
Kickoff 
H00 
03:06 
SAFETY 
2--10 
0:54 
  
LUPA  
2nd 
H14 
00:00 
Punt 
H14 
03:06 
  
Possession 
0-0 
0:00 
  
LUPA  
2nd 
H14 
03:06 
Possession 
H49 
01:58 
  
Punt 
0-35 
1:08 
  
LUPA  
2nd 
H07 
01:58 
Punt 
H06 
00:58 
  
Punt 
4--1 
1:00 
  
LUPA  
2nd 
H45 
00:35 
Kickoff 
H19 
00:00 
  
End of half 
2--26 
0:35 
  
LUPA  
3rd 
V18 
14:41 
Fumble 
V18 
14:19 
  
Interception 
3-0 
0:22 
LUPA  
3rd 
H30 
12:54 
Punt 
H29 
11:34 
  
Punt 
3--1 
1:20 
  
LUPA  
3rd 
H09 
06:42 
Downs 
H14 
05:52 
  
Punt 
3-5 
0:50 
  
LUPA  
3rd 
H25 
03:43 
Kickoff 
H25 
03:33 
  
Possession 
1-0 
0:10 
  
LUPA  
3rd 
H28 
02:26 
Kickoff 
H29 
00:13 
  
Punt 
3-1 
2:13 
  
LUPA  
4th 
V44 
14:13 
Downs 
H39 
12:44 
  
Punt 
3--17 
1:29 
  
LUPA  
4th 
H25 
11:32 
Kickoff 
H30 
09:06 
  
Punt 
3-5 
2:26 
  
LUPA  
4th 
H28 
04:11 
Downs 
H38 
03:37 
  
Interception 
2-10 
0:34 
  
LUPA  
4th 
H12 
02:42 
Punt 
H33 
00:45 
  
Punt 
6-21 
1:57 
  
  
1st 
2nd 
3rd 
4th 
  
1st 
2nd 
  
  
Bowie State  
Qtr 
Qtr 
Qtr 
Qtr 
  
Half 
Half 
  
Total 
Time of possession  
06:41  
04:27  
09:45  
08:34  
  
11:08  
18:19  
  
29:27  
3rd Down Conversions  
1/3  
0/3  
4/6  
1/4  
  
1/6  
5/10  
  
6/16  
Average field position 
V41  
V36  
V39  
V44  
  
V39  
V41  
  
V40  
4th Down Conversions  
0/1  
0/0  
0/1  
0/2  
  
0/1  
0/3  
  
0/4  
  
  
1st 
2nd 
3rd 
4th 
  
1st 
2nd 
  
  
Lincoln (PA)  
Qtr 
Qtr 
Qtr 
Qtr 
  
Half 
Half 
  
Total 
Time of possession  
08:19  
10:33  
05:15  
06:26  
  
18:52  
11:41  
  
30:33  
3rd Down Conversions  
0/3  
2/4  
0/3  
1/4  
  
2/7  
1/7  
  
3/14  
Average field position 
H20  
H19  
H34  
H30  
  
H19  
H32  
  
H26  
4th Down Conversions  
0/1  
0/0  
0/0  
0/0  
  
0/1  
0/0  
  
0/1  


Drive Chart (By Quarter)
  
Drive Started 
Drive Ended 
Consumed 
  
Team 
Qtr 
Spot 
Time 
Obtained 
Spot 
Time 
  
How Lost 
Pl-Yds 
TOP 
RZ 
LUPA  
1st 
H25 
15:00 
Kickoff 
H25 
13:25 
  
Punt 
3-0 
1:35 
  
BSU  
1st 
H46 
13:25 
Punt 
H13 
10:33 
  
Downs 
8-33 
2:52 
LUPA  
1st 
H13 
10:33 
Downs 
H29 
07:41 
  
Punt 
5-16 
2:52 
  
BSU  
1st 
H47 
07:41 
Punt 
H47 
07:28 
  
Interception 
1-0 
0:13 
  
LUPA  
1st 
V00 
07:28 
Interception 
V00 
07:28 
TOUCHDOWN 
0-0 
0:00 
  
BSU  
1st 
V30 
07:24 
Kickoff 
V26 
06:19 
  
Punt 
3--4 
1:05 
  
LUPA  
1st 
H22 
06:19 
Punt 
V29 
02:27 
  
Downs 
9-49 
3:52 
  
BSU  
1st 
V29 
02:27 
Downs 
H13 
12:31 
  
Missed FG 
11-58 
4:56 
LUPA  
2nd 
H20 
12:31 
Missed FG 
V01 
05:52 
  
Fumble 
12-79 
6:39 
  
BSU  
2nd 
V01 
05:52 
Fumble 
V01 
04:27 
  
Punt 
3-0 
1:25 
  
LUPA  
2nd 
V00 
04:27 
Punt 
V00 
04:27 
TOUCHDOWN 
0-0 
0:00 
  
BSU  
2nd 
V32 
04:21 
Kickoff 
H00 
04:08 
TOUCHDOWN 
1-68 
0:13 
  
LUPA  
2nd 
H10 
04:00 
Kickoff 
H00 
03:06 
SAFETY 
2--10 
0:54 
  
BSU  
2nd 
V45 
03:06 
Possession 
V49 
03:06 
  
Punt 
3-4 
0:00 
  
LUPA  
2nd 
H14 
00:00 
Punt 
H14 
03:06 
  
Possession 
0-0 
0:00 
  
LUPA  
2nd 
H14 
03:06 
Possession 
H49 
01:58 
  
Punt 
0-35 
1:08 
  
LUPA  
2nd 
H07 
01:58 
Punt 
H06 
00:58 
  
Punt 
4--1 
1:00 
  
BSU  
2nd 
H23 
00:58 
Punt 
H00 
00:44 
TOUCHDOWN 
1-23 
0:14 
  
LUPA  
2nd 
H45 
00:35 
Kickoff 
H19 
00:00 
  
End of half 
2--26 
0:35 
  
BSU  
3rd 
V08 
14:50 
Kickoff 
V18 
14:41 
  
Fumble 
1-10 
0:09 
  
  
LUPA  
3rd 
V18 
14:41 
Fumble 
V18 
14:19 
  
Interception 
3-0 
0:22 
BSU  
3rd 
V10 
14:19 
Interception 
V19 
12:54 
  
Punt 
3-9 
1:25 
  
LUPA  
3rd 
H30 
12:54 
Punt 
H29 
11:34 
  
Punt 
3--1 
1:20 
  
BSU  
3rd 
V43 
11:34 
Punt 
H09 
06:42 
  
Downs 
13-48 
4:52 
LUPA  
3rd 
H09 
06:42 
Downs 
H14 
05:52 
  
Punt 
3-5 
0:50 
  
BSU  
3rd 
H49 
05:52 
Punt 
H00 
03:53 
TOUCHDOWN 
7-49 
1:59 
LUPA  
3rd 
H25 
03:43 
Kickoff 
H25 
03:33 
  
Possession 
1-0 
0:10 
  
BSU  
3rd 
H10 
03:33 
Possession 
H00 
02:36 
TOUCHDOWN 
3-10 
0:57 
LUPA  
3rd 
H28 
02:26 
Kickoff 
H29 
00:13 
  
Punt 
3-1 
2:13 
  
BSU  
3rd 
V36 
00:13 
Punt 
V44 
14:13 
  
Downs 
4-8 
1:00 
  
LUPA  
4th 
V44 
14:13 
Downs 
H39 
12:44 
  
Punt 
3--17 
1:29 
  
  
BSU  
4th 
V47 
12:44 
Punt 
H00 
11:32 
TOUCHDOWN 
3-53 
1:12 
  
LUPA  
4th 
H25 
11:32 
Kickoff 
H30 
09:06 
  
Punt 
3-5 
2:26 
  
BSU  
4th 
V31 
09:06 
Punt 
H28 
04:11 
  
Downs 
9-41 
4:55 
  
LUPA  
4th 
H28 
04:11 
Downs 
H38 
03:37 
  
Interception 
2-10 
0:34 
  
BSU  
4th 
V33 
03:37 
Interception 
V35 
02:42 
  
Punt 
3-2 
0:55 
  
LUPA  
4th 
H12 
02:42 
Punt 
H33 
00:45 
  
Punt 
6-21 
1:57 
  
BSU  
4th 
H35 
00:45 
Punt 
H37 
00:00 
  
End of half 
2--2 
0:45 
  

Defensive Statistics

Defensive Statistics (Final)
BOWIE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2018
Bowie State vs Lincoln (PA) (Oct 27, 2018 at Lincoln Univ., Pa.)
## 
Bowie State  
Solo 
Ast 
Total 
TFL/Yds 
FF 
FR-Yds 
Int-Yds 
BrUp 
Blkd 
Sack/Yds 
QBH 
8  
JOHNSON,John  
.  
.  
.  
.  
95 
HOLMES,Da'Ron  
3.5/5  
.  
.  
2.0/4  
90 
HARRIS,Jaylen  
1.5/7  
.  
.  
.  
11 
TATE,Derrick  
2.0/20  
.  
.  
0.5/1  
34 
RIDDICK,Thomas  
.  
.  
.  
.  
44 
ELLISON,Daryll  
.  
.  
.  
.  
51 
AJENIFUJA,Oluwaleke 
1.5/1  
1-0  
.  
.  
10 
JACKSON,Kyle  
1.0/2  
.  
.  
.  
42 
DeSHEILDS,Elijah 
.  
.  
.  
.  
TM 
BSU BULLDOGS  
.  
.  
.  
.  
28 
ROBINSON,Jabari 
.  
.  
.  
.  
29 
McCOY,Malcolm  
.  
.  
.  
.  
55 
PRYOR,Joshua  
1.5/3  
.  
.  
0.5/2  
21 
RICHARDSON,Roger 
.  
.  
.  
.  
7  
JOHNSON,Taylor  
1.0/5  
.  
.  
.  
37 
SMITH,Conrad  
.  
.  
.  
.  
36 
ELLIS,Bryan  
.  
.  
.  
.  
92 
TURNER,Myron  
1.0/1  
.  
.  
1.0/1  
33 
DEWS,Jerome  
1.0/13  
.  
.  
1.0/13  
2  
SINGLETON,Tevin 
.  
.  
1-7  
.  
26 
MORSELL,Demetri 
.  
.  
.  
.  
91 
SMITH,Brian  
1.0/3  
.  
.  
.  
14 
CROCKETT,Jordan 
.  
.  
.  
.  
27 
ASHBY,Brenden  
.  
.  
1-0  
.  
43 
KING,Tre'von  
.  
.  
.  
.  
## 
Lincoln (PA)  
Solo 
Ast 
Total 
TFL/Yds 
FF 
FR-Yds 
Int-Yds 
BrUp 
Blkd 
Sack/Yds 
QBH 
29 
CATHCART,Devon  
10 
.  
.  
.  
.  
34 
ROGERS,D.  
1.0/4  
.  
1-50 
.  
22 
McKENZIE,T.  
.  
.  
.  
.  
1  
BASSETT,Solomon 
.  
.  
.  
.  
15 
ABDUL-RABB,I.  
.  
.  
.  
.  
35 
MILLER,Deion  
1.0/12  
.  
.  
.  
5  
REID,Keenan  
.  
.  
.  
.  
90 
ADEFEMI,A.  
1.0/1  
.  
.  
.  
32 
DIGGS,Vaughn  
.  
.  
.  
.  
12 
McFARLAND,Zion  
.  
1-0  
.  
.  
58 
WOODARD,Vincent 
.  
.  
.  
.  
30 
BRYANT,Jalen  
.  
.  
.  
.  
18 
GOSLEE,Richie  
.  
.  
.  
.  
44 
SPINNER,Anthony 
0.5/0  
.  
.  
.  
99 
COOK,D'rico  
0.5/1  
.  
.  
.  
52 
LORZA,Jonathan  
.  
.  
.  
.  
11 
MAYS,Reginald  
.  
.  
.  
.  
7  
CLOYD,Lavelle  
.  
.  
.  
.  
45 
JENNINGS,Charle 
.  
.  
.  
.  
20 
RYANS,Isiah  
.  
.  
.  
.  
21 
HELLER,Erik  
.  
.  
.  
.  
28 
TURNER,Isiah  
.  
.  
.  
.  
.