HARTFORD, Conn. — Defending New England Small College Athletic Conference champion Trinity ran for 244 yards and passed for 234 more in a balanced 35-0 season-opening win over Colby Saturday afternoon.

Trinity quarterback Sonny Puzzo threw a pair of touchdown pass and ran for a score. Max Chipouras ran for 131 yards and two touchdowns for Trinity.

Jake Schwern ran for 72 yards, and caught five passes for 38 yards to lead Colby’s offense. Don Vivian made eight tackles and recovered a fumble for the Mules.

WILLIAMS 28, BOWDOIN 14: Williams scored 21 unanswered points in the second half to pull away with the NESCAC win in Williamstown, Mass.

Frank Stola caught a 23-yard touchdown pass from Bobby Maimaron to give the Ephs (1-0) a 14-7 lead early in the third quarter. With 5:36 left in the third, Stola scored on a 1-yard run to push the Williams lead to 21-7. Connor Harris’ 43-yard touchdown run in the first minute of the fourth quarter pushed the Ephs lead to 28-7. Maimaron threw for 283 yards. Stola had seven catches for 168 yards and two touchdowns.

Falmouth’s Noah Nelson threw for 111 yards for Bowdoin (0-1), and ran for two scores.

AMHERST 38, BATES 17: Ollie Eberth threw four touchdown passes to lead Amherst to the NESCAC win over the Bobcats in Amherst, Mass.

Eberth threw for 211 yards, and also ran for 30 yards. Craig Carmilani had two catches for 97 yards and a touchdown for the Mammoths (1-0).

Bates (0-1) was held to 218 yards of offense. Tyler Baum ran for 49 yards and a touchdown on four carries for the Bobcats.

MASSACHUSETTS MARITIME 34, MAINE MARITIME 25: The Mariners gained 525 yards of offense, but it wasn’t enough to hold off Mass. Martime, which took the Admiral’s Cup for the first time since 2014.

Chris Haggerty threw for 226 yards and three touchdowns to lead Mass. Maritime’s offense. Richie Phillips ran for 146 yards and a score for the Buccaneers (1-1).

Quarterback Corey Creeger ran for 209 yards and three touchdowns for Maine Maritime (0-2), and also threw for 160 yards. Lawrence high grad Jake Doolan ran for 46 yards and a touchdown for the Mariners, and had one catch for 43 yards. Winslow’s Derek Clark had nine tackles for the Mariners.