WILIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Austin Lommen completed 31 of 47 passes for 309 yards and a touchdown Saturday to lead Williams to a 16-14 victory against Bates in a New England Small College Athletic Conference football game.

Mark Pomella had eight catches for 86 yards. Four Williams players had at least five receptions.

Bates (0-3) rushed for a season-high 232 yards on 57 carries but was limited to 66 yards passing.

Quarterback Patrick Dugan was the leading Bobcat rusher with 74 yards on 16 carries. Frank Williams added 50 yards on 14 carries and a touchdown.

Turnovers and penalties cost the Bobcats, who had six fumbles, losing two, and were flagged nine times for a total of 90 yards.

Williams (2-1) took a 13-7 lead when Darrias Sime caught a 3-yard pass for a touchdown with 26 seconds left before halftime.

A Bobby Webster field goal early in the fourth quarter stretched the lead to 16-7.

Williams plunged in for Bates with 8:01 remaining to cut the deficit to two points, but its last possesion stalled without a serious threat to regain the lead.

TUFTS 43, BOWDOIN 24: Chance Brady scored a pair of touchdowns in the opening six minutes and finished with 123 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 14 carries for the Jumbos (3-0), who took a 17-0 first-quarter lead and beat the Polar Bears (0-3) at Somerville, Massachusetts.

Bowdoin cut the deficit to 17-7 just over a minute into the second quarter when Nick Vailas caught a 3-yard pass from Tim Drakeley to cap a nine-play, 87- yard drive.

Vailas had eight receptions for 158 yards and one touchdown, and Daniel Barone added seven catches for 135 yards and a touchdown for Bowdoin.

Andrew Tichy added a rushing touchdown and Andrew Sisti kicked an 18-yard field goal for the Polar Bears.

WESLEYAN 24, COLBY 21: Devon Carrillo caught a 35-yard scoring pass from Gernald Hawkins with 2:32 left to lift the Cardinals (2-1) over the Mules (0-3) at Middletown, Connecticut.

Jabari Hurdle-Price rushed for 202 yards on 26 carries and scored a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns, including a 65-yard run that gave Colby a 21-17 lead with 4:09 remaining.

After Wesleyan regained the lead, the Mules turned the ball over on downs at the Wesleyan 39 with 51 seconds remaning.

Colby opened the scoring on a 30-yard field goal by John Baron. The Mules took a 9-7 lead with 8:59 left in the first half on a 1-yard interception return for a touchdown by Patrick Yale.

HUSSON 46, ANNA MARIA 7: John Smith rushed for 258 yards on 26 carries and scored the first three touchdowns for the Eagles (3-1, 2-0 Eastern Collegiate), who had 26 unanswered points in the first quarter and cruised past Anna Maria (0-5, 0-2) at Paxton, Massachusetts.

Joe Seccareccia completed 10 of 20 passes for 164 yards and three touchdowns for Husson.