Ivy Roundup

Yale, 10-9

Mike Curtin tossed an 18-yd. touchdown pass to Dave White and John Duryea added a 30-yd. field goal as Yale scored 10 points in the third quarter to beat Brown, 10-9, Saturday in New Haven, Conn.

Brown drove 66 yards in the final minutes of the game and Jamie Potkul went through the Yale line untouched from two yards to bring Brown to within one point, 10-9.

But after a delay-of-game penalty, Brown quarterback Steve Kettelberger underthrew Keiron Bigby on a two-point conversion attempt.

Brown got the ball back with 38 seconds remaining and moved the ball to the Yale 34, but Chris Ingerslev's field goal attempt fell short.

It was the first victory for Yale--which won six of its final seven games in 1984 to finish 6-3 overall and 5-2 in the Ivy League--over Brown since 1981. The Bruins were 4-5 overall and 4-3 in the league in 1984.

Curtin, a senior, threw a 16-yd. strike to Kevin Moriarty on the Brown 18 to set up White's score with 9:39 remaining in the third quarter.

With just more than a minute remaining in the period, John Risley jarred the ball loose from Brown punt returner Bigby and Yale recovered on the Brown 18.

Duryea, who had missed a 26-yd. field goal attempt in the first quarter, followed with a 30-yd. field goal to complete the scoring.

Yale gained 253 total yards to Brown's 113 in the first half, but the Bears took a 3-0 halftime lead after Ingerslev kicked a 37-yd. field goal with four seconds left.

Penn, 10-6

Jim Crocicchia fired a 1-yd. touchdown pass to Brent Novoselsky late in the first half, and defending Ivy League champ Penn relied on a sturdy defense to hold off Cornell for a 10-6 Saturday in Philadelphia.

Cornell twice drove deep into Penn territory late in the game, only to fall short each time.

The Quakers, outright conference champions last season after sharing the crown the previous two years, saw the Big Red drive to the Penn 13 midway through the final period before stalling.

After Penn missed a chance to put the game away, Cornell drove to the Quaker 34 before Penn's Brad Heinz intercepted Chip Knapp's desperation bomb as time ran out.

Cornell took a 3-0 lead in the first period on Tom Aug's 43-yd. field goal. But the Quakers came back, driving 40 yards in seven plays to go ahead, 7-3, on Novoselsky's score following a 16-yd. punt return by Chris Flynn.

Cornell closed within 7-6 on a 38-yd. field goal by Aug early in the third period. Penn answered with a 19-yd. field goal by Ray Saunders to make it 10-6 after the Quakers had driven to the Cornell two but could not punch it in.

Princeton, 10-3

Steve Foster's first quarter touchdown pushed Princeton to a 10-3 victory over Dartmouth Saturday in Hanover, N.H.

It was Tiger Coach Ron Roger-son's first win in his new job. Rogerson, who coached at Maine last year, brought with him an offense that helped the Tigers roll up more than 300 yards on offense.

Princeton extended its lead to 10-0 in the second period on a 23-yard field goal by Rob Goodwin. The kick came after Dartmouth held the Tigers inside the Big Green 10-yard line.

The Dartmouth offense found its form before a Princeton interception in the end zone killed a Big Green drive in the closing seconds of the first half.

Dartmouth's Craig Saltzgaber made it 10-3 with a 40-yard field goal on the Big Green's first possession of the second half. The Dartmouth offense was led by Ernie Torain who ran for 103 yards and caught four passes for 29 yards.

Dartmouth could have won the game late in the fourth quarter after a Goodwin field-goal attempt hit the cross bar and bounced back onto the field. Dartmouth drove to the Princeton 40 before a 12-yard sack and an interception in the final minute sealed the Princeton victory. IVY STANDINGS Team  W  L  T HARVARD  1  0  0 Penn  1  0  0 Princeton  1  0  0 Yale  1  0  0 Brown  0  1  0 Columbia  0  1  0 Cornell  0  1  0 Dartmouth  0  1  0


Massachusetts at HARVARD

Rhode Island at Brown

Columbia at Lafayette

Colgate at Cornell

Dartmouth at New Hampshire

Army at Pennsylvania

Lehigh at Princeton

Connecticut at Yale