In a battle of field position dictated by defense, Dartmouth made a of couple extra plays to escape with a 10-0 victory over Cornell on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Field. With the loss, the Big Red slipped into second place (3-5, 3-2 Ivy), one game behind Yale atop the Ivy standings. The Big Green stopped a two-game skid and improved to 6-2 (3-2 Ivy).
Cornell held the home school to 299 yards of offense, its third game this season limiting an opponent to under 300 yards, but could only muster a season-low 249 yards itself in having its three-game conference win streak snapped.
Dartmouth got a hard-fought 119 rushing yards from Ryder Stone and a 23-yard first quarter touchdown connection from Jack Heneghan to Hunter Hagdorn that kept the Big Red chasing throughout. Full Recap & Stats
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