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Unbeaten Harvard puts away Lafayette 35-16

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Michael Pruneau threw three touchdown passes and Paul Stanton Jr. ran for two as Harvard put away Lafayette 35-16 Saturday to remain undefeated.

Pruneau opened the scoring for the Crimson (5-0) with a 2-yard pass to Cameron Brate in the first quarter. Stanton Jr. ran for a 3-yard touchdown in both the second and third quarters.

Pruneau tossed two more touchdowns in the fourth quarter, a 50-yard strike to Andrew Fischer and a 15-yard score to Brate.

The Leopards (1-5) fell behind by 25 points before Drew Reed found Mike Duncan for a 25-yard touchdown. Reed also hit Demetrius Dixon 43 yards for a score late in the game.

Stanton Jr. had 21 rushes for 113 yards.

Pruneau went 17-of-29 for 263 yards, with 103 of those going to Ricky Zorn.

Reed, who relieved Andrew Dzurik in the second half, was 17-for-22 with 235 yards and an interception for Lafayette.

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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

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