Hartigan became the Ivy League record holder for rushing yardage
by a sophomore with 1,498 for the season, exceeding the 1,409 by
Cornell's Ed Marinaro in 1969.
Brown (5-5, 4-3) scored twice within 1:20 in the second quarter
to take the lead after trailing, 10-7.
Hartigan's 34-yard run put the Bruins ahead, 14-10, and Gavin
Logan recovered a fumble on the ensuing kickoff to set up a 25-yard
drive capped by Hartigan's 1-yard run.
Hartigan, who carried 36 times before leaving the game midway
through the fourth quarter, scored again on a 2-yard run in the
Columbia finished 4-6 overall and 3-4 in the Ivy.
Slager was 14-for-22 for 159 yards. His 11-yard pass to Nick
Christ gave the Bruins a 28-10 lead in the third quarter.
After Hartigan's third touchdown run, the Bruins added another
touchdown in the fourth quarter when Tristan Murray sprinted 68
yards to the Columbia 6 and, two plays later, scored from the 2.
Columbia gained 111 yards total offense in the first quarter but
built only a 10-7 lead.
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