BRUNSWICK, Maine - In his first collegiate start, Trinity quarterback Seamus Lambert passed for 280 yards and ran for 75 more in a 48-6 win at Bowdoin on Saturday afternoon.
The Bantams improve to 5-1 this season while the Polar Bears fall to 0-6.
- Bowdoin had the best early opportunity to score, driving deep into Trinity territory in the first quarter, but an interception by Chandler Colberg cut short the Polar Bears' chance to take the lead.
- From there, Trinity marched 60 yards in seven plays and took a 7-0 lead on a Lambert 21-yard pass to Koby Schofer.
- The Bantams doubled their lead in the final minute of the period, getting a two-yard pass from Lambert to Joe Samuelman to make it 13-0 after a missed PAT.
- Trinity added two more touchdowns in the second quarter to take a 27-0 lead into the break.
- Max Chipouras scored his second rushing touchdown of the game to give the visitors a 34-0 edge out of the break.
- Bowdoin got on the board in the third quarter with eight seconds remaining in the frame, capping a 43-yard drive with a four-yard run by Austin McCrum to cut the lead to 34-6.
- Trinity added 14 points in the fourth quarter to cap the win.
By The Numbers
- The Bantams rolled up 505 yards of total offense as Seamus Lambert went 22-29 for 280 yards passing and three touchdowns while adding 75 yards rushing on 15 carries.
- Kob Schofer caught nine passes for 116 yards and two scores.
- Bowdoin could only muster 161 yards of offense on the afternoon, including four interceptions.
- Griff Stalcup caught seven balls for 64 yards.
- Defensively Bowdoin was led by eight tackles from Drew Ortiz. Joe Gowetski had five solo tackles and a sack. Nicholas Leahy had an interception.
- Trinity was led by seven stops from Matt McCarthy
- Bowdoin will head to Connecticut to play at Wesleyan next Saturday at 12:30 p.m.
- Trinity hosts Middlebury at 1:00 p.m. next Saturday