FAIRFIELD, Conn. (AP)—Jesper Fredriksson made four field goals and Sacred Heart defeated Georgetown 33-20 on Saturday.
Fredriksson who was 4-for-5 kicking, made his first and longest field goal from 39 yards to pull the Pioneers (2-6) within 10-3 late in the first quarter.
Sacred Heart tied the game on David Fink’s 32-yard pass to Garry Coles early in the second quarter. The two would hook up again a little less than three minutes later on a 5-yard score to give the Pioneers the lead for good.
Fredriksson kicked two field goals in the third quarter and Chris Nahat returned a blocked punt 3 yards into the end zone to give Sacred Heart a 30-3 lead with 25 seconds left in the period.
Fink was 22-for-39 passing for 295 yards, including 66 yards to Coles on five catches.
Isaiah Kempf had one touchdown and 114 yards on 11-for-19 passing for the Hoyas (3-5).