NEW YORK (AP) -- Jeff Mroz passed for 203 yards and two
touchdowns in a 31-point second quarter to lead Yale to a 37-3 rout
over Columbia on Saturday.
Ashley Wright caught scoring passes of 7 and 68 yards, Mike
McLeod ran for two TDs and Alan Kimball added a 41-yard field goal
to give Yale (3-4, 3-1 Ivy League) a 31-3 lead in the second
Columbia (2-5, 0-4) scored on the game's first possession when
Jon Rocholl kicked a 20-yard field goal.
McLeod started the offensive barrage on a 7-yard run early in
the second quarter. Mroz, who finished with 329 yards on 22-for-33
passing, then hit Wright twice to stretch the lead to 21-3. McLeod
scored on a 1-yard run before Kimball added his field goal on the
final play of the first half.
Kimball kicked a 23-yard field goal in the third quarter and a
21-yarder in the fourth quarter.
Mroz has 33 career touchdown passes, third best in Yale history.
Alvin Cowan (2000-04) holds the record with 41.
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