WASHINGTON -- Phillip Oladeji and Dalen Claytor each rushed for touchdowns and Georgetown held Marist scoreless in the final three quarters for a 14-7 win Saturday.
Ryan Dinnebeil scored on a 4-yard run to give Marist (3-8) a 7-0 lead in the first quarter. Georgetown (4-7) answered with two second-quarter scores -- a 1-yard run by Oladeji and a 17-yard run by Claytor.
The win snapped a six-game losing streak for Georgetown. Marist ended the season with three straight losses, and seven of their eight defeats came by seven points or less.
With the score tied 7-7, Georgetown got the ball at the Marist 49 after a punt, and two Marist penalties for 20 yards helped the Hoyas get closer. Marist was penalized 11 times for 80 yards in the game.
Georgetown quarterback Scott Darby passed for 127 yards but was intercepted twice. The Hoyas picked off three Marist passes.