WILLIAMSBURG, Va. -- William Kuhn's 28-yard field goal with 2:49 to play gave William & Mary a 13-10 win over New Haven on Saturday night.
The Tribe (2-1) outgained the Division II Chargers just 266-246, but came away with three interceptions.
The first interception, by B.W. Webb, put the Tribe on the New Haven 35. William & Mary then used eight plays to go 31 yards, as Kuhn made a 21-yard field goal as time expired in the first half to tie the score at 3-3.
William & Mary's third and final interception came in its own territory as the Chargers were driving for a potential winning score. On third-and-13 from the Tribe's 21, New Haven's Ryan Osiecki was picked off by Jabrel Mines.
Jonathan Grimes finished with 128 yards on 32 carries, and had a touchdown and 34 yards on four catches for the Tribe.
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|William & Mary||6-2||9-3|