PRINCETON, N.J. -- Dalyn Williams tossed three touchdown passes and ran in another as Dartmouth earned a 35-21 win over Princeton on Saturday in each team's finale.
Williams finished 20-of-35 passing for a season-high 284 yards, and ended the year with no interceptions in 114 attempts.
Dartmouth (6-4, 4-3 Ivy League) fell into a 14-0 hole. Quinn Epperly put the Tigers (5-5, 4-3) up by a touchdown with a 4-yard rushing score early in the second quarter, and then Seth DeValve blocked a Dartmouth punt and John Hill returned it for a TD with 8:30 left before halftime.
Williams began the comeback on Dartmouth's next drive, finding Justin Foley for a 7-yard score. Then the Big Green scored three TDs in the first six minutes after halftime -- a 54-yard pass from Ryan McManus to Bo Patterson, a 4-yard pass from Williams to Mitch Aprahamian and a 2-yard scamper by Williams.
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