2-0: Blue Hens lockdown defense key in 31-3 win over Stony Brook

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The University of Delaware football team is on a roll to start the season as the team defeated Stony Brook University Seawolves 31-3 on Sunday to move their record to 2-0. In the two wins, Delaware has not let an opponent score a touchdown on them.

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The offensive standouts in the game for the Blue Hens were redshirt junior quarterback Nolan Henderson, junior tight end Bryce De Maille, redshirt junior wide receiver Thyrick Pitts, senior wide receiver Gene Coleman II, and redshirt freshman running back Mateo Vandamia.

Henderson went 18 for 27 with 215 passing yards and three touchdowns.

De Maille had two receptions for 14 yards and one rush for a touchdown.

Pitts had six receptions for 95 yards and one touchdown.

Coleman II had six receptions for 65 yards.

Vandamia had two receptions for 42 yards and two touchdowns.

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On the defensive side, the standouts for the Hens were senior defensive back Andrew Pawlowski, redshirt sophomore linebacker Matt Palmer, redshirt sophomore defensive back Noah Plack, redshirt sophomore linebacker Joe Zubillaga, redshirt sophomore defensive tackle Jordan Morris, redshirt senior linebacker Dae’Lun Darien, redshirt freshman defensive tackle Nick Coomer and sophomore defensive end Chase McGowan.

Pawlowski leader in total tackles for the Hens with nine.

Palmer had seven tackles and a sack.

Plack had five tackles and forced a fumble.

Zubillaga had two tackles and one interception.

Morris had two tackles and one forced fumble.

Darien had one tackle, forced a fumble, one interception and recovered a fumble.

Coomer had three tackles and recovered a fumble.

McGowan recovered a fumble.

Let’s get into all four quarters: click below for the full recap.

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