James tops all-time passing record, Lions fly past Golden Eagles

Following its first loss of the season, the College rebounded in a big way, stamping out The College at Brockport 48-34 at home on Saturday.

After surrendering a 14-point lead in the fourth quarter, the Lions were led down the stretch by senior quarterback Chris James, whose performance wrote not only a win in the stat books but a spot in the record books as he became the College’s all-time passing leader.

James hit junior running back Justin Doniloski for a 41-yard score to break the 34-34 tie with 3:24 remaining, and then following a College interception by freshman linebacker Greg Burns, James found senior wide receiver Colin Weber for a 29-yard touchdown, the final score of the contest. Weber finished the game with six receptions for 104 yards and two touchdowns.

James currently leads the New Jersey Athletic Conference in passing yards with 1337 on the season.

The College now stands at 4-1 overall and 3-1 in the NJAC.