Connor Louden kicked a 25-yard field goal in overtime yesterday to give Princeton a 17-14 victory after host Dartmouth drove 85 yards to tie the score at the end of regulation.
Jon Stem set up Louden's winning kick when he recovered a fumble by Nate Servis on the second play of the extra session.
Dartmouth (3-7, 3-4 Ivy League) forced overtime when Tom Bennewitz, who was 27 of 56 for 276 yards, engineered a 12-play touchdown drive in the final 64 seconds. He hit Phil Galligan on a 6-yard touchdown pass at the gun and Andrew Kempler kicked the extra point to make it 14-14.
Brian Anderson engineered scoring drives on Princeton's first two possessions. Anderson, who finished with 186 yards passing and 72 running, connected with Adam Berry on a 51-yard pass to the Dartmouth 2, and Rob Toresco barreled into the end zone on the next play for the first score.
Brown 30, Columbia 22 - At New York, Bobby Sewall ran for 83 yards, caught 12 passes for 83 yards, and scored two touchdowns to help the Bears (5-5, 4-3) hold off the Lions (1-9, 0-7).
Penn 45, Cornell 9 - Bryan Walker scored three touchdowns and passed for another as the Quakers (4-6, 3-4) wrapped up their first losing season since 1991 with a home romp over the Big Red (5-5, 2-5).