FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Nate Chavious had 16 carries for 66 yards and scored twice, and Sacred Heart collected 213 rushing yards as the Pioneers beat Robert Morris 16-10 on Saturday.
Chavious put Sacred Heart (6-1, 1-1 Northeast) up earl y when he crashed into the end zone from a yard out to make it 6-0. The three-play drive was set up when the Colonials' Warren Robinson fumbled a punt at his own 6-yard line. RJ Trimble-Edwards made the recovery for the Pioneers.
Blake Skuratowicz scored from a yard out to give Robert Morris (1-7, 0-3) its only lead of the game just before the first quarter ended.
Chavious got his second score -- another 1-yard run -- ending a five-play, 82-yard drive for a 16-7 lead in the third quarter. RJ Noel completed a 68-yard pass to Moses Webb on the drive to put the Pioneers at Robert Morris' 14-yard line.
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