Sunday, September 04, 2011

Georgetown, Lehigh open with wins

All three of Yale's non-conference opponents opened the 2011 season on Saturday.

Georgetown, which will play at Yale on Sep. 17 in the Bulldogs' season opener, rolled to a 40-16 win over Davidson.

Former Hillhouse star Jeremy Moore played a major role in the Hoyas' win. Not only did he return three kickoffs for 95 yards but had seven solo tackles, three assisted stops as well as a sack, a pass breakup and 1 1/2 tackles behind the line of scrimmage.

Offensively, quarterback Isaiah Kempf threw for 172 yards and a touchdown and ran for another 73 yards and a score. Nick Campanella ran for 82 yards and three TDs.

Lehigh defeated Monmouth 49-24 as Chris Lum threw for 346 yards and four touchdowns. Zach Barket ran for 80 yards and Fairfield Prep product Marcus Dormevil added 65 yards on just five carries.

Lafayette fell to North Dakota State 42-6 despite an efficient 15 of 20 passing effort from quarterback Ryan O'Neil.

Lafayette and Georgetown will play on Saturday in a game which will help the Yale staff scout both teams.

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