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Goodman Stadium, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Attendance: 3,528
Yale gets first shutout since 2017, blanks Lehigh 34-0
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BETHLEHEM, Pa. (AP) Backup Nolan Grooms threw for two touchdowns, Mason Tipton caught three passes for 122 yards and a score, and Yale cruised past Lehigh 34-0 on Saturday for its first shutout since 2017.
Tipton's 57-yard catch-and-run gave Grooms his first career touchdown for a 21-0 lead late in the second quarter. Grooms also completed a 15-yard scoring pass to Chase Nenad early in the fourth.
Yale outgained Lehigh 272-63 in the first half as the Mountain Hawks only had four first downs. Lehigh finished with 146 total yards.
Stater Griffin O'Connor was 9 of 18 for 123 yards and a score for Yale (2-1). O'Connor opened the scoring with a 27-yard pass to freshman David Pantelis in the end zone for his first catch of the season. Grooms was 6 of 8 for 122 yards.
Zane Dudek rushed for his first touchdown of the season and Spencer Alston scored on a 15-yard run in the third.
Lehigh (0-5) is on a 12-game losing streak dating to 2019 - tying the program's longest from 1925-26.
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Updated October 2, 2021