Wayne, N.J. - After a tough loss against Salisbury last weekend, the Wolverines worked hard and made adjustment to came back to defeat William Paterson on the road, 45-7.
The Run Down
Mullin looked to Leroy Pendleton in the last three minutes for a one-yard touchdown, his first collegiate touchdown. Nick Bruhn's kick was good to increase the score 14-0 going into the second quarter.
The scoring continued for the Wolverines as Ruhann Peele took a four-yard pass from Mullin to the endzone for a 21-0 lead (kick was good by Bruhn).
Unable to score the next drive, Nick Bruhn made the 31-yard field goal to add three points on the board, 24-0.
The following drive, William Paterson scored off an 85-yard run. Kick was good for a 7-24 score.
The Wolverines fought back as Mullin found Peele again on a 24-yard pass for a Wesley touchdown to end the second quarter. Kick was good for Bruhn, 31-7.
The Wolverines did not let up and continued to score this time again by Pendleton on a 2-yard run. Bruhn's kick was good for a 31-point lead, 38-7.
Wolverines gain possession with 6:36 remaining in the game. Mullin looks and finds Markquise Normand open for a 4-yard touchdown. This will be Normand's first touchdown after moving over to offense from the linebacker position. Kick was good by Bruhn for a Wolverine win 45-7.
Ruhann Peele accounted for two of Wesley's touchdowns and led the way in receptions with 9 for 141.
Jon Mullin went 23-32 with 365 yards for 3 touchdowns
Dante Daniel lead the defense with 5 solo tackles
Nick Bruhn good for 9 extra pts (3/3 field goals made)
Markquise Normand had his first TD after making the switch to offense
Rookie Freshman Leroy Pendleton accounted for two of Wesley touchdowns
The Wolverines welcome Montclair State for homecoming weekend at Drass Field on Saturday, October 26th at 1:00 p.m.