SAN DIEGO — Dallas Kessman had two touchdown runs and San Diego beat Campbell 31-27 on Saturday.
Campbell was driving late in the fourth, but Jamal Agnew picked off Kameron Bryant at the San Diego 9 to halt the threat and the Toreros were able to run out the clock.
Campbell went up 24-23 midway through the third on Mitchell Brown's 31-yard field goal. San Diego (7-2, 5-1 Pioneer) took the ensuing possession 63 yards on 10 plays, culminating in Kessman's 3-yard touchdown run. Anthony Lawrence found Brian Riley for the two-point conversion to go up 31-24.
On the next series, Brown's 40-yard field goal trimmed the deficit to four points with 1:04 left in the third, but Campbell's two fourth-quarter possessions resulted in a punt and Agnew's interception.
Bryant finished 20 of 36 for 306 yards for the Camels (5-5, 3-4). Aaron Blockman had five catches for 115 yards.