WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) -- Dominic Randolph of Holy Cross threw for two touchdowns and the Crusaders swept to a 55-0 shutout victory over Georgetown in Patriot League play Saturday.
Back Mike Kielt scored two first-half touchdowns as Holy Cross (2-1, 1-0) scored the first seven times it had the ball. The crusaders secured an unassailable 41-0 halftime lead.
Georgetown (0-4, 0-2) could manage just two first-half touchdowns in the game as Randolph (22-33-1, 302 yards), the leading passer in the Patriot League, found openings in Georgetown's defense throughout. The Crusaders had 33 first downs and outgained the Hoyas, 614 yards to just 65 for Georgetown.
Josh Jenkins opened the scoring on a 17 yard inside reverse for a 7-0 lead. Ryan Mahar and Thomas Harrison -- 1-2 in the Patriot League in receiving -- then each contributed big gains as Holy Cross pulled away to a 17-0 first quarter lead.
Matt Bassuener of Georgetown completed 9-13, but for only 22 yards. Chris Park had 8 tackles and 2 assists and Jon Cassidy added 7 tackles and 4 assists for the Georgetown defense.
Randolph and backup quarterback Brian McSharry each scored 1-yard touchdowns as Holy Cross played it safe the entire second half.