PRINCETON, N.J. -- Connor Louden kicked a 32-yard field goal as time expired to give Princeton a 10-7 win over Lehigh on Saturday.
The kick culminated a four-play drive that started after Princeton's Matt Koch stuffed Lehigh's Adam Watson on fourth-and-1 at the Tigers' 32-yard line with 55 seconds left to play. Princeton quarterback Brian Anderson then hit Will Thanheiser for a 46-yard completion on the first play to get the Tigers deep in Lehigh territory.
After both teams called timeouts in the closing seconds, Louden then calmly made his kick to give Princeton (1-1) the win.
Jordan Culbreath ran for 126 yards and a touchdown for the Tigers, while Thanheiser had 9 catches for 120 yards.
Matt McGowan had 83 yards rushing to lead the Engineers (1-2), who got their only touchdown after Heath Brickner blocked Louden's 29-yard field goal attempt in the second quarter and Al Pierce returned it all the way to the Princeton 8. Two plays later, J.B. Clark hit Mike Fitzgerald on a 7-yard pass in the back of the end zone.
Princeton, though, came right back to tie the score on its next possession. Culbreath's 1-yard run on an option play culminated a five-play drive that featured a 46-yard completion from Anderson to tight end Joe Magro.
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