2015 Yale Bulldogs football
ConferenceIvy League
2015 record6–4 (3–4 Ivy)
Head coachTony Reno (4th season)
Offensive coordinatorJoe Conlin (4th season)
Defensive coordinatorRick Flanders (4th season)
Home stadiumYale Bowl
(Capacity: 61,446)
Seasons
← 2014
2016 →

Template:2015 Ivy League football standings The 2015 Yale Bulldogs football team represented Yale University in the 2015 NCAA Division I FCS football season. This season marked the Bulldogs's 143rd overall season and the team played its home games at Yale Bowl in New Haven, Connecticut. They were led by fourth year head coach Tony Reno. They were a member of the Ivy League. They finished the season 6–4, 3–4 in Ivy League play to finish in a tie for fourth place.

Previous season and offseason[edit | edit source]

The 2014 Yale Bulldogs finished the regular season 8-2, 5-2 Ivy, with their two losses to Dartmouth and Harvard. The Bulldogs came one win shy of winning a share of the Ivy League Championship. The team had the #1 Total Offense in the FCS (571.5 YPG) and the #1 3rd Down Conversion Percentage (0.517 Pct) at the end of the 2014 season.[1]

Departures[edit | edit source]

Notable departures from the 2014 squad included seniors, Tyler Varga, who declared his eligibility for the 2015 NFL Draft, and Deon Randall.

Name Number Pos. Height Weight Year Hometown Notes
Deon Randall 2 Wide receiver 5'8" 195 Senior San Diego, CA Graduated
Charles Cook 22 Outside linebacker 6'3" 220 Senior Dallas, TX Graduated
L.J. Hunt 22 Tail back 5'11" 210 Senior Stratford, CT Graduated
Kahill Keyes 24 Tail back 5'11" 213 Senior Petaluma, CA Graduated
Grant Wallace 29 Wide receiver 5'11" 195 Senior St. Louis, MO Graduated
Tyler Varga 30 Tail back 5'11" 224 Senior Kitchener, ON Declared for the 2015 NFL Draft
Nick LaTesta 33 Wide receiver 5'8" 174 Senior Wood Ridge, NJ Graduated
Everett Johnson 36 Tail back 5'9" 199 Senior Union, NJ Graduated
Kyle Cazzetta 37 Kicker 5'11" 210 Senior Slate Hill, NY Graduated
William Vaughan 42 Linebacker 6'0" 235 Senior South Orange, NJ Graduated
Parker Toms 48 Punter 5'11" 201 Senior San Carlos, CA Graduated
Jeff Schmittgens 53 Defensive end 6'3" 241 Senior Naperville, IL Graduated
Tyler Manu 55 Defensive end 6'1" 235 Senior Meridian, ID Graduated
Ryan Stanney 59 Linebacker 6'0" 212 Senior Oviedo, FL Graduated
William Chism 67 Offensive lineman 6'3" 302 Senior Ridgeland, MS Graduated
Stephen Shoemaker 69 Offensive lineman 6'0" 264 Senior Bronxville, NY Graduated
Ben Carbery 70 Offensive lineman 6'5" 300 Senior Oak Park, IL Graduated
John Duion 76 Offensive lineman 6'3" 276 Senior Santa Barbara, CA Graduated
Adam Conklin 86 Defensive end 6'3" 248 Senior Dover, MA Graduated
Davis Frank 98 Defensive tackle 6'3" 265 Senior Clinton, TN Graduated

Spring game[edit | edit source]

2015 Yale Blue-White Game
by Quarter 1 2 3 4 Total
White (Defense) 23 23 0 0 46
• Blue (Offense) 24 24 0 0 48
  • Location: New Haven, Connecticut
  • Game start: 1:00 p.m.

Yale held their annual Blue-White Spring Game on April 18th, 2015.

Awards

  • Offensive Big Award: Beau Iverson, OT, So
  • Defensive Big Award: Marty Moesta, DE, So.
  • Offensive Big Skill Award: Stephen Buric, TE, Jr.
  • Defensive Big Skill Award: Austin Carter, LB, Jr.
  • Offensive Skill Award: Chris Williams-Lopez, WR, Fr.
  • Defensive Skill Award: Dale Harris, CB, So.
  • Offensive Strength & Conditioning MVP: Candler Rich, RB, So.
  • Defensive Strength & Conditioning MVP: Victor Egu, LB, So.
  • Offensive Strength & Conditioning MIP: Logan Scott, QB, Jr.
  • Defensive Strength & Conditioning MIP: Will Bryan, DB, Fr.
  • One Team Award: Roger Kilgore III, Safety, Jr. & Robert Clemons III, WR, So.
  • Every Play Every Day Award: Austin Reuland, RB, Jr.

Personnel[edit | edit source]

Coaching staff[edit | edit source]

Name Position Consecutive season at
Yale in current position
Tony Reno Head coach 4th
Joe Conlin Offensive Coordinator, Offensive Line 4th
Steve Vashel Defensive Coordinator, Secondary 4th
Sean McGowan co-Defensive Coordinator, Linebackers 1st
Kevin Cahill Quarterbacks 4th
Art Asselta Wide Receivers 2nd
Paul Rice '10 Special Teams, Outside Linebackers 3rd
Jordan Stevens Defensive Line 1st
Chandler Henley '06 Assistant Head Coach, Tight Ends 1st
Derrick Lett Assistant Head Coach, Running Backs 1st
Reference:2015 Quick Facts


Schedule[edit | edit source]

DateTimeOpponentSiteTVResultAttendance
September 191:00 PMat Colgate*TWCSW 29–287,343
September 261:00 PMCornellILDNW 33–2615,926
October 312:30 PMat Lehigh*SECTV2W 27–125,472
October 101:30 PMat DartmouthFCSL 3–3511,086
October 173:30 PMat Maine*WVII/WPME/FCSW 21–107,351
October 237:00 PMat PennNBCSNL 20–345,849
October 3112:30 PMColumbia
  • Yale Bowl
  • New Haven, CT
FCSL 7–177,259
November 712:30 PMBrown
  • Yale Bowl
  • New Haven, CT
FCSW 41–146,878
November 141:00 PMat PrincetonW 35–2811,623
November 212:30 PMNo. 19 Harvard
  • Yale Bowl
  • New Haven, CT (132nd edition of The Game)
NBCSNL 19–3852,126

Game summaries[edit | edit source]

@ Colgate Raiders[edit | edit source]

Yale Bulldogs at Colgate Raiders – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Yale 7 0 7 15

29

Colgate 7 14 0 7

28

at Andy Kerr StadiumHamilton, NY

  • Date: September 19, 2015
  • Game time: 1:00 PM
  • Game weather: 80, Mostly Sunny, Wind SSW 13 mph
  • Game attendance: 7,343
  • Referee: Karlton Derrick
  • TV: TWCS
  • Sources: Box Score
Game information
First Quarter
  • YALE – Rich 1–yard run (Holmes kick), 10:03 (YALE 7–0)
  • COLGATE – Wilkins 2–yard run (Bowman kick), 4:49 (TIED 7–7)
Second Quarter
  • COLGATE – Melville 20–yard run (Bowman kick), 6:26 (COLGATE 14–7)
  • COLGATE – Buttermore 55–yard fumble return (Bowman kick), 3:02 (COLGATE 21–7)
Third Quarter
  • YALE – Siragusa Jr. 4–yard pass from Roberts (Holmes kick), 2:48 (COLGATE 21–14)
Fourth Quarter
  • COLGATE – Holland 12–yard run (Bowman kick), 10:05 (COLGATE 28–14)
  • YALE – Clemons III 30–yard pass from Roberts (2–point conversion run by Oplinger), 7:19 (COLGATE 28–22)
  • YALE – Siragusa Jr. 13–yard pass from Roberts (Holmes kick), 3:39 (YALE 29–28)
Passing
  • YALE - Roberts, 29 completions, 41 attempts, 293 yards, 3 touchdowns, 1 interception
  • COLGATE - Melville, 11 completions, 21 attempts, 140 yards
Rushing
  • YALE - Rich, 22 carries, 78 yards, 1 touchdown
  • COLGATE - Wilkins, 28 carries, 94 yards, 1 touchdown
Receiving
  • YALE - Siragusa Jr., 7 catches, 82 yards, 2 touchdown
  • COLGATE - Quazza, 4 catches, 56 yards
Defense
  • YALE - Egu, 13 tackles
  • COLGATE - Diener, 13 tackles

vs. Cornell Big Red[edit | edit source]

Cornell Big Red at Yale Bulldogs – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Cornell 6 20 0 0

26

Yale 0 13 3 17

33

at Yale BowlNew Haven, CT

  • Date: September 26, 2015
  • Game time: 1:00 PM
  • Game weather: 66, Partly Sunny, Wind ENE 8 mph
  • Game attendance: 15,926
  • Referee: Matt Overton
  • TV: ILDN
  • Sources: Box Score
Game information
First Quarter
  • CORNELL – Gallo 7–yard pass from Somborn (Mays kick failed), 9:25 (CORNELL 6–0)
Second Quarter
  • CORNELL – Hagy 2–yard run (Mays kick blocked), 14:57 (CORNELL 12–0)
  • YALE – Roberts 7–yard run (Holmes kick), 12:21 (CORNELL 12–7)
  • CORNELL – Shaw 37–yard pass from Somborn (Mays kick), 9:59 (CORNELL 19–7)
  • CORNELL – Shaw 13–yard pass from Somborn (Mays kick), 0:47 (CORNELL 26–7)
  • YALE – Drwal 6–yard pass from Roberts (Holmes kick blocked), 0:32 (CORNELL 26–13)
Third Quarter
  • YALE – Holmes 26–yard field goal, 11:19 (CORNELL 26–16)
Fourth Quarter
  • YALE – Holmes 37–yard field goal, 11:09 (CORNELL 26–19)
  • YALE – Clemons III 8–yard pass from Roberts (Holmes kick is good), 1:12 (TIED 26–26)
  • YALE – Little 52–yard pass from Roberts (Holmes kick is good), 0:32 (YALE 33–26)
Passing
  • CORNELL – Somborn, 20 completions, 30 attempts, 238 yards, 3 touchdowns, 1 interception
  • YALE – Roberts, 25 completions, 47 attempts, 371 yards, 3 touchdowns
Rushing
  • CORNELL – Hagy, 23 carries, 117 yards, 1 touchdown
  • YALE – Rich, 9 carries, 44 yards
Receiving
  • CORNELL – Shaw, 7 catches, 114 yards, 2 touchdown
  • YALE – Little, 4 catches, 100 yards, 1 touchdown
Defense
  • CORNELL – Gesualdi, 10 tackles
  • YALE – Carlson, 10 tackles

@ Lehigh Mountain Hawks[edit | edit source]

Yale Bulldogs at Lehigh Mountain Hawks – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Yale 10 3 8 6

27

Lehigh 0 0 7 5

12

at Goodman StadiumBethlehem, PA

  • Date: October 3, 2015
  • Game time: 12:30 PM
  • Game weather: 48, Rain & Wind, Wind ENE 12 mph
  • Game attendance: 5,472
  • Referee: Mike Sechrist
  • TV: SECTV2
  • Sources: Box Score
Game information
First Quarter
  • YALE – Salter 2–yard run (Holmes kick), 11:33 (YALE 7–0)
  • YALE – Holmes 44–yard field goal, 5:50 (YALE 10–0)
Second Quarter
  • YALE – Holmes 20–yard field goal, 7:24 (YALE 13–0)
Third Quarter
  • LEHIGH – Shafnisky, Nick 24–yard run (Mish kick), 12:00 (YALE 13–7)
  • YALE – Team safety, 9:30 (YALE 15–7)
  • YALE – Salter 42–yard run (2–point conversion rush by Oplinger failed), 3:34 (YALE 21–7)
Fourth Quarter
  • YALE – Drwal 5–yard pass from Roberts (2–point conversion pass by Scott intercepted), 14:19 (YALE 27–7)
  • LEHIGH – Ripanti 98–yard extra point return, 14:19 (YALE 27–9)
  • LEHIGH – Mish 27–yard field goal, 5:51 (YALE 27–12)
Top Passers
  • YALE – Roberts, 25 completions, 42 attempts, 251 yards, 1 touchdown, 1 interception
  • LEHIGH – Shafnisky, 26 completions, 47 attempts, 211 yards, 1 interception
Top Rushers
  • YALE – Salter, 29 carries, 233 yards, 2 touchdowns
  • LEHIGH – Shafnisky, 20 carries, 79 yards, 1 touchdown
Top Receiving
  • YALE – Drwal, 5 catches, 57 yards, 1 touchdown
  • LEHIGH – Pelletier, 10 catches, 104 yards
Defense
  • YALE – Oplinger, 11 tackles
  • LEHIGH – Githens, 12 tackles

@ Dartmouth Big Green[edit | edit source]

Yale Bulldogs at Dartmouth Big Green – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Yale 0 3 0 0

3

Dartmouth 7 14 7 7

35

at Memorial FieldHanover, NH

  • Date: October 10, 2015
  • Game time: 1:30 PM
  • Game weather: 54, Sunny, Slight wind
  • Game attendance: 11,086
  • Referee: Jeff Gray
  • TV: FCS
  • Sources: Box Score
Game information
First Quarter
  • DARTMOUTH – Skaff 8–yard pass from Williams (Gakenheimer kick), 0:29 (DARTMOUTH 7–0)
Second Quarter
  • DARTMOUTH – Grove 4–yard run (Gakenheimer kick), 11:35 (DARTMOUTH 14–0)
  • DARTMOUTH – Bramble 17–yard pass from Williams (Gakenheimer kick), 6:28 (DARTMOUTH 21–0)
  • YALE – Holmes 35–yard field goal, 0:03 (DARTMOUTH 21–3)
Third Quarter
  • DARTMOUTH – Skaff 4–yard pass from Williams (Gakenheimer kick), 7:37 (DARTMOUTH 28–3)
Fourth Quarter
  • DARTMOUTH – Brown 36–yard pass from Williams (Gakenheimer kick), 2:39 (DARTMOUTH 35–3)
Top Passers
  • YALE – Roberts, 29 completions, 58 attempts, 229 yards, 3 interceptions
  • DARTMOUTH – Williams, 29 completions, 53 attempts, 435 yards, 4 touchdowns
Top Rushers
  • YALE – Salter, 19 carries, 45 yards
  • DARTMOUTH – Bramble, 8 carries, 85 yards
Top Receiving
  • YALE – Siragusa Jr., 12 catches, 132 yards
  • DARTMOUTH – McManus, 6 catches, 116 yards
Defense
  • YALE – Egu, 9 tackles, 1.5 sacks for 8 yards
  • DARTMOUTH – Caldwell, 7 tackles, 2 interceptions for 7 yards, 3 breakups

@ Maine Black Bears[edit | edit source]

Yale Bulldogs at Maine Black Bears – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Yale 0 3 6 12

21

Maine 0 7 3 0

10

at Alfond StadiumOrono, ME

  • Date: October 17, 2015
  • Game time: 3:30 PM
  • Game weather: 50s, Overcast and cool, Calm Wind
  • Game attendance: 7,351
  • Referee: Charles Jebran
  • TV: FCS
  • Sources: Box Score
Game information
First Quarter
  • NO SCORING
Second Quarter
  • MAINE – Beckford 1–yard run (Decloux kick), 8:22 (MAINE 7–0)
  • YALE – Holmes 22–yard field goal, 0:09 (MAINE 7–3)
Third Quarter
  • YALE – Salter 1–yard run (Holmes kick failed), 6:02 (YALE 9–7)
  • MAINE – Decloux 35–yard field goal, 0:36 (MAINE 10–9)
Fourth Quarter
  • YALE – Salter 17–yard run (2–point conversion pass by Roberts failed), 13:31 (YALE 15–10)
  • YALE – Roberts 26–yard run (Holmes kick failed), 4:07 (YALE 21–10)
Top Passers
  • YALE – Roberts, 14 completions, 33 attempts, 185 yards, 1 interception
  • MAINE – Collins, 19 completions, 49 attempts, 199 yards, 2 interceptions
Top Rushers
  • YALE – Salter, 37 carries, 139 yards, 2 touchdowns
  • MAINE – Beckford, 25 carries, 78 yards, 1 touchdown
Top Receiving
  • YALE – Siragusa Jr., 4 receptions, 98 yards
  • MAINE – Dunn, 6 receptions, 72 yards
Defense
  • YALE – Rymiszewski, 9 tackles, 1 interception for 3 yards
  • MAINE – Samuels, 15 tackles, 2 tackle–for–losses for 5 yards

@ Penn Quakers[edit | edit source]

Yale Bulldogs at Penn Quakers – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Yale 10 3 7 0

20

Penn 0 20 7 7

34

at Franklin FieldPhiladelphia, PA

  • Date: October 23, 2015
  • Game time: 7:00 PM
  • Game weather: 57, Clear, Wind NNE 9 mph
  • Game attendance: 5,849
  • Referee: Kelvin Hudson
  • TV: NBCSN
  • Sources: Box Score
Game information
First Quarter
  • YALE – Holmes 39–yard field goal, 9:08 (YALE 3–0)
  • YALE – Clemons III 17–yard pass from Roberts (Holmes kick), 5:12 (YALE 10–0)
Second Quarter
  • PENN – Pearson 63–yard pass from Torgersen (Gammill kick), 13:38 (YALE 10–7)
  • PENN – Solomon 17–yard pass from Torgersen (2–point conversion rush by Stapleton failed), 12:57 (PENN 13–10)
  • YALE – Holmes 26–yard field goal, 3:22 (TIED 13–13)
  • PENN – O'Malley 1–yard pass from Torgersen (Gammill kick), 0:11 (PENN 20–13)
Third Quarter
  • PENN – Pearson 27–yard pass from Torgersen (Gammill kick), 5:19 (PENN 27–13)
  • YALE – Reuland 6–yard run (Holmes kick), 0:07 (PENN 27–20)
Fourth Quarter
  • PENN – Solomon 28–yard run (Gammill kick), 8:13 (PENN 34–20)
Top Passers
  • YALE – Roberts, 25 completions, 46 attempts, 318 yards, 1 touchdown, 3 interceptions
  • PENN – Togerson, 25 completions, 35 attempts, 350 yards, 4 touchdowns
Top Rushers
  • YALE – Reuland, 12 carries, 61 yards, 1 touchdown
  • PENN – Solomon, 18 carries, 120 yards, 1 touchdown
Top Receiving
  • YALE – Clemons III, 6 receptions, 99 yards, 1 touchdown
  • PENN – Pearson, 6 receptions, 133 yards, 2 touchdowns
Defense
  • YALE – Carlson, 10 tackles
  • PENN – Philippi, 12 tackles

vs. Columbia Lions[edit | edit source]

Columbia Lions at Yale Bulldogs – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Columbia 0 7 3 7

17

Yale 7 0 0 0

7

at Yale BowlNew Haven, CT

  • Date: October 31, 2015
  • Game time: 12:30 PM
  • Game weather: 50, Sunny/Cool, Wind SE 6 mph
  • Game attendance: 7,259
  • Referee: Hank Johns
  • TV: FCS
  • Sources: Box Score
Game information
First Quarter
  • YALE – Alessi 80–yard punt return (Holmes kick), 9:25 (YALE 7–0)
Second Quarter
  • COLUMBIA – Trumbull 7–yard pass from Mornhinweg (Nizialek kick), 5:30 (TIED 7–7)
Third Quarter
  • COLUMBIA – Nizialek 40–yard field goal, 9:38 (COLUMBIA 10–7)
Fourth Quarter
  • COLUMBIA – Nizialek 13–yard run (Nizialek kick),13:28 (COLUMBIA 17–7)
Top Passers
  • CU – Mornhinweg, 11 completions, 22 attempts, 82 yards, 1 touchdown, 1 interception
  • YALE – Roberts, 12 completions, 24 attempts, 104 yards, 1 interception
Top Rushers
  • CU – Molina, 23 carries, 76 yards
  • YALE – Reuland, 7 carries, 19 yards
Top Receiving
  • CU – Hollis, 5 receptions, 31 yards
  • YALE – Clemens III, 4 receptions, 56 yards
Defense
  • CU – Brady, 8 tackles
  • YALE – Carlson, 12 tackles

vs. Brown Bears[edit | edit source]

Brown Bears at Yale Bulldogs – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Brown 7 7 0 0

14

Yale 14 3 24 0

41

at Yale BowlNew Haven, CT

  • Date: November 7, 2015
  • Game time: 12:30 PM
  • Game weather: 62, Overcast, Wind NW 7 mph
  • Game attendance: 6,878
  • Referee: Jeff Pumphrey
  • TV: FCS
  • Sources: Box Score
Game information
First Quarter
  • YALE – Salter 2–yard run (Holmes kick), 13:40 (YALE 7–0)
  • BROWN – Doles 21–yard pass from Fuller (Senne kick), 10:13 (TIED 7–7)
  • YALE – Salter 11–yard run (Holmes kick), 6:44 (YALE 14–7)
Second Quarter
  • BROWN – Doles 2–yard run (Grant Senne kick), 11:41 (TIED 14–14)
  • YALE – Holmes 27–yard field goal, 0:01 (YALE 17–14)
Third Quarter
  • YALE – Holmes 20–yard field goal, 10:24 (YALE 20–14)
  • YALE – Salter 1–yard run (Holmes kick), 4:24 (YALE 27–14)
  • YALE – Harris 3–yard run (Holmes kick), 1:13 (YALE 34–14)
  • YALE – Rymiszewski 24–yard interception return (Holmes kick), 1:02 (YALE 41–14)
Fourth Quarter
  • NO SCORING
Top Passers
  • BROWN – Fuller, 16 completions, 32 attempts, 165 yards, 1 touchdown, 1 interception
  • YALE – Roberts, 28 completions, 41 attempts, 267 yards
Top Rushers
  • BROWN – Rosenbauer, 10 carries, 36 yards
  • YALE – Harris, 12 carries, 7 yards, 1 touchdown
Top Receiving
  • BROWN – Doles, 8 receptions, 102 yards, 1 touchdown
  • YALE – Williams–Lopez, 13 receptions, 154 yards
Defense
  • BROWN – Quigley, 9 tackles
  • YALE – Carlson, 10 tackles

@ Princeton Tigers[edit | edit source]

Yale Bulldogs at Princeton Tigers – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Yale 7 14 3 11

35

Princeton 14 7 7 0

28

at Princeton University StadiumPrinceton, NJ

  • Date: November 14, 2015
  • Game time: 1:00 PM
  • Game weather: 49, Clear/windy, Wind NW 17 mph
  • Game attendance: 11,623
  • Referee: Warren Gillis
  • Sources: Box Score
Game information
First Quarter
  • PRINCETON – Osborne 7–yard pass from Kanoff (Bieck kick), 9:15 (PRINCETON 7–0)
  • PRINCETON – Atwater 4–yard run (Bieck kick), 1:49 (PRINCETON 14–0)
  • YALE – Harris 71–yard run (Holmes kick), 0:34 (PRINCETON 14–7)
Second Quarter
  • YALE – Haenni 22–yard pass from Scott (Holmes kick), 9:20 (TIED 14–14)
  • PRINCETON – Barnes 18–yard pass from Kanoff (Bieck kick), 6:33 (PRINCETON 21–14)
  • YALE – Roberts 1–yard run (Holmes kick), 1:55 (TIED 21–21)
Third Quarter
  • YALE – Holmes 35–yard field goal, 3:43 (YALE 24–21)
  • PRINCETON – Barnes 53–yard pass from Kanoff (Bieck kick), 2:21 (PRINCETON 28–24)
Fourth Quarter
  • YALE – Holmes 34–yard field goal, 12:58 (PRINCETON 28–27)
  • YALE – Clemons 19–yard pass from Roberts (2–point conversion pass by Stallings), 4:31 (YALE 35–28)
Top Passers
  • YALE – Roberts, 20 completions, 29 attempts, 185 yards, 1 touchdown
  • PRINCETON – Kanoff, 25 completions, 42 attempts, 338 yards, 3 touchdowns, 2 interceptions
Top Rushers
  • YALE – Harris, 30 carries, 177 yards, 1 touchdown
  • PRINCETON – Atwater, 12 carries, 52 yards, 1 touchdown
Top Receiving
  • YALE – Williams–Lopez, 10 receptions, 69 yards
  • PRINCETON – Barnes, 6 receptions, 151 yards, 2 touchdowns
Defense
  • YALE – Carlson, 10 tackles
  • PRINCETON – Williams, 15 tackles

vs. Harvard Crimson[edit | edit source]

Harvard Crimson at Yale Bulldogs – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
#19 Harvard 7 14 10 7

38

Yale 7 0 0 12

19

at Yale BowlNew Haven, CT

  • Date: November 21, 2015
  • Game time: 2:30 PM
  • Game weather: 41, Clear Skies/cool, Light wind
  • Game attendance: 52,126
  • Referee: Charles Jebran
  • TV: NBCSN
  • Sources: Box Score
Game information
First Quarter
  • YALE – Williams–Lopez 28–yard pass from Roberts (Holmes kick), 11:24 (YALE 7–0)
  • HARVARD – Shelton–Mosley 53–yard pass from Hosch (Smart kick), 10:31 (TIED 7–7)
Second Quarter
  • HARVARD – Shelton–Mosley 35–yard pass from Hosch, Scott (Smart kick), 11:24 (HARVARD 14–7)
  • HARVARD – Braunecker 18–yard pass from Hosch (Smart kick), 2:27 (HARVARD 21–7)
Third Quarter
  • HARVARD – Braunecker 2–yard pass from Hosch (Smart kick), 8:33 (HARVARD 28–7)
  • HARVARD – Smart 39–yard field goal, 3:48 (HARVARD 31–7)
Fourth Quarter
  • YALE – Roberts 1–yard run (2–point conversion pass by Roberts failed), 14:11 (HARVARD 31–13)
  • HARVARD – Shelton–Mosley 8–yard run (Smart kick), 5:25 (HARVARD 38–13)
  • YALE – Buric 8–yard pass from Roberts. (2–point conversion pass by Roberts failed), 3:26 (HARVARD 38–19)
Top Passers
  • HARVARD – Hosch, 23 completions, 37 attempts, 320 yards, 4 touchdowns, 1 interceptions
  • YALE – Roberts, 38 completions, 65 attempts, 410 yards, 2 touchdowns
Top Rushers
  • HARVARD – Hosch, 11 carries, 60 yards
  • YALE – Harris, 10 carries, 31 yards
Top Receiving
  • HARVARD – Shelton–Mosley, 5 receptions, 119 yards, 2 touchdowns
  • YALE – Williams–Lopez, 13 receptions, 169 yards, 1 touchdown
Defense
  • HARVARD – Lindsey, 11 tackles
  • YALE – Champion, 12 tackles

Awards[edit | edit source]

Preseason All-Ivy Team[edit | edit source]

First-Team Offense

  • OL, Luke Longinotti

First-Team Defense

  • DB, Foyesade Oluokun

Second-Team Offense

  • QB, Morgan Roberts
  • WR, Bo Hines
  • OL, Khalid Cannon

Second-Team Defense

  • DL, Copache Tyler
  • DB, Cole Champion

Third-Team Offense

  • RB, Candler Rich
  • WR, Robert Clemons
  • TE, Leo Haenni
  • OL, Mason Friedline
  • KR, Jamal Locke

Third-Team Defense

  • DL, Earl Chism
  • DB, Dale Harris

References[edit | edit source]

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