LORETTO, Pa. — Aidan O’Neill kicked a 42-yard field goal as time expired to lift Towson to a come-from-behind, 16-14 victory over the St. Francis Red Flashes in a nonconference battle Saturday night.

St. Francis took the lead less than two minutes into the game when Bear Fenimore hit Kamron Lewis from 3-yards out and put the Red Flashes ahead with 2:24 left in the game with a six-yard strike to Lewis.

Towson’s Ryan Stover engineered a 14-play, 59 yard drive to set up the game-winning kick.

The Tigers (2-1) faced second-and-20 at its own 41 yard line, but St. Francis’ Nick Rinella was flagged for illegal helmet contact, giving Towson a key first down.

Stover finished 25 of 44 for 247 passing yards for Towson and carried 14 times for another 75 yards.

Fenimore was 13 of 22 for 191 yards and two touchdowns for the Red Flashes (2-1).

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