Brockport shuts out Fisher 25-0 to win 5th straight Courage Bowl

Brockport, NY – The SUNY Brockport football team shutout St. John Fisher, 25-0, for its fifth consecutive win in the annual Courage Bowl. Brockport opens Empire 8 play with a strong showing, as the team’s record jumps to 3-1 overall and 1-0 in the conference.

Saturday night’s game on Bob Boozer Field saw Brockport Football record its 300th win in program history.

The Golden Eagle defense was dominant, allowing St. John Fisher to gain only 27 yards on the night. They held the Cardinals to just four first downs and the Cardinals were 0-for-12 on third down conversions. Brockport has now shutout Fisher in two of the last three meetings and has not allowed more than seven points to Fisher since 2016.

Ben Damiani led the defensive unit with 10 total tackles, including one sack and three tackles for a loss. Hakeem Yaya caused problems for the Fisher quarterback with two sacks for 18 yards. The defense totaled six sacks on the night, as Ben Robinson, John DeRidder, and Joseph Rodda all got clean hits on the quarterback. DeRidder also forced a turnover, snagging his second interception of the year.

Rashad Law has now rushed for over 100 yards in back-to-back games, finishing with 143 yards and a touchdown on 24 carries. Law’s longest run of the game was a 29-yard touchdown in the third quarter. Brockport’s offense totaled a season-high 297 yards on the ground, racking up 48 rushing attempts.

Gino Fontanarosa got in on the party with 67 rushing yards and a score on 10 carries. Qu