FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Ryan Fulse ran for 192 yards and three touchdowns and Wagner defeated Sacred Heart 28-15 on Saturday in a season finale.
Fulse raced 65 yards for the game's first points early in opening quarter. He added two short touchdown runs in the third for a 28-9 lead. Fulse's third score, a 1-yarder, came on the first play after a fumble recovery.
Wagner's other touchdown came in the first quarter when Allaah Sessions forced a fumble that Sterling Lowry recovered in the end zone. The Seahawks (4-7, 2-4 Northeast Conference) recovered three Sacred Heart fumbles.
Kevin Duke was 24 of 40 for 377 yards and two touchdowns for the Pioneers (4-7, 2-4), tossing a 3-yard score to RJ Trimble-Edwards in the second quarter and a 31-yarder to Brandon Ricketts with 2:21 left in the game before Wagner ran out the clock.
Trimble-Edwards finished with 126 yards receiving on six catches.
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