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3-1, 2-1 Home

Harvard 27, Lafayette 13

EASTON, Pa. -- Cheng Ho and Gino Gordon both scored first-half touchdowns as Harvard jumped out to an early lead and topped Lafayette 27-13 on Saturday.

Ho rushed for 108 yards and Chris Pizzotti threw for 231 yards and another touchdown to lead Harvard (2-1). The Crimson also got two long field goals from Patrick Long.

Harvard opened up a 10-3 lead after the first quarter on Ho's 1-yard TD run. The Crimson extended their lead when Chris Lorditch hauled in a 67-yard scoring strike from Pizzotti early in the second.

Lafayette (3-1) responded with a touchdown pass from Rob Curley to Shaun Adair. But Gordon's 4-yard scoring run with 4:09 left in the first half gave Harvard a 24-10 advantage, and the Crimson leaned on their defense the rest of the way.

Curley was 23-for-39 for 220 yards for the Leopards but threw two interceptions, including one inside the Harvard 20-yard line in the second quarter. The Harvard defense also sacked him three times.

Lorditch finished with four catches for 106 yards for Harvard.

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2015 Ivy League Standings

TEAMCONFOVR
Dartmouth6-19-1
Harvard6-19-1
Penn6-17-3
Yale3-46-4
Brown3-45-5
Princeton2-55-5
Columbia1-62-8
Cornell1-61-9

2015 Patriot League Standings

TEAMCONFOVR
Colgate6-09-4
Fordham5-19-3
Lehigh4-26-5
Holy Cross3-36-5
Georgetown2-44-7
Bucknell1-54-7
Lafayette0-61-10